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Question: July 28 Closing Price:
<$3,000 - 6 (7%)
<$8,000 - 5 (5.8%)
$8,001-$8,500 - 2 (2.3%)
$8,501-$9,000 - 4 (4.7%)
$9,001-$9,500 - 11 (12.8%)
$9,501-$10,000 - 6 (7%)
$10,001-$10,500 - 8 (9.3%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 14 (16.3%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 8 (9.3%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 4 (4.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 4 (4.7%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 3 (3.5%)
$13,001-$13,500 - 2 (2.3%)
$13,501-$14,000 - 2 (2.3%)
>$14,000 - 3 (3.5%)
>$18,000 - 4 (4.7%)
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November 26, 2018, 11:06:25 PM
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kay, moving on now?

Not so fast, tiger.

No one gets to stay here without their test levels being approved by the committee.
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November 26, 2018, 11:10:49 PM

That actually makes sense. The only time I was uncomfortable was with a 10ug ride on DOM. Which 15 minutes in was already pretty intense, whilst quickly climbing in intensity for around an hour.
Oh DOM... I've loved that stuff. Hard to come by recently. 10 mg (I think you mean mg, not ug) are a serious dose, though. And DOC... uh, I'd better stop now.

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No real staggering. Even on the highest doses, it took under 20 minutes to swallow the whole shebang. I never felt any serious stomach discomfort. I was suggested grapefruit juice as a popular folk remedy, and heeded the advice. However, I think avoiding any contact with my taste buds is what really helped.
Have you managed to do so successfully, and if so how? I jammed my salts into gelatin capsules, but that would take roughly a billion of them for powdered Pedros.
It depends how good you are at swallowing things that have a jagged papery surface. For smallish bits, cigarette papers are optimal. Larger pieces or runny stuff require sturdier wrapping, such as parchment paper (the sheets used in ovens when baking), but it increases volume even more, so I'd advise to keep them as small as possible. Hint: freezing the tar helps a lot.
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November 26, 2018, 11:16:03 PM
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Skip the dreads and terrors of the tea, and go straight for the DMT

He wanted to examine himself, so I felt it important enough to specifically recommend Ayahuasca over raw DMT.

What good is self-reflection if you're not covered in your own vomit and feces ?

damn. whatever happened to just dropping some good acid?
It's wonderful, but its side effects are nasty. People just go and start fucking around on bitmex at 100x.
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No real staggering. Even on the highest doses, it took under 20 minutes to swallow the whole shebang. I never felt any serious stomach discomfort. I was suggested grapefruit juice as a popular folk remedy, and heeded the advice. However, I think avoiding any contact with my taste buds is what really helped.

Right, I tried to adjust for it being on tabs, while Mescaline is not. But that's kind of done by adding one or two orders of magnitude already. Way past my bedtime.
And yeah, it was quite intense. Peaked for over 30 hours. Probably won't ever take that dose again (the vasoconstriction wasn't too pleasant so it's not worth the trade for repeats). Was quite surprised there was no ego dissolution on that dose given the intensity and duration. Unfortunately that's been the only DOx compound that I've tried so far. Haven't really been seeking out more since I like spacing things out and somehow always ended up with various other substances anyways.

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It depends how good you are at swallowing things that have a jagged papery surface. For smallish bits, cigarette papers are optimal. Larger pieces or runny stuff require sturdier wrapping, such as parchment paper (the sheets used in ovens when baking), but it increases volume even more, so I'd advise to keep them as small as possible. Hint: freezing the tar helps a lot.
That's what she said etc.
That sounds simple enough then. I've gone that route with MDMA whenever I didn't have any empty capsules at hand. Didn't think of that since the volume is much larger than any reasonable MDMA dose. But that sounds like it should do the trick.
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November 26, 2018, 11:23:45 PM

Off-topic side note. Bitcorn just can't decide where it wants to go today.
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November 26, 2018, 11:29:23 PM

Off-topic side note. Bitcorn just can't decide where it wants to go today.

Wait for a few days until the bank wires to the exchanges clear. I'm hoping it will go up after that.
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November 26, 2018, 11:36:57 PM
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Breaking: Numerous Bitcoin Wallets May Have Been Compromised by Rogue Developer

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-numerous-bitcoin-wallets-may-have-been-compromised-by-rogue-developer/

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A user with very little coding activity on GitHub requested publishing rights to the event-stream library from its previous maintainer, Dominic Tarr, who said that he had not maintained the repository
in years and gave control to the new user, called right9ctrl.

The library event-stream is used in many Node.js applications. According to a complainant on GitHub, the new maintainer right9ctrl either pulled a sneaky move to inject malware or unknowingly had the
same effect as if he had, that effect being that it would leak private keys from applications that relied on both the event-stream and copay-dash modules.

Basically, the developer updated the module with malware and then patched the problem to avoid detection, but the numerous people who had already installed it remain affected.
Copay — whose open-source code is itself used by many crypto applications — would be just one of many that use the library, but it happens to be built and maintained by a multi-million dollar
Bitcoin payment processing company — BitPay — which raises questions on its own.
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November 26, 2018, 11:45:19 PM

Breaking: Numerous Bitcoin Wallets May Have Been Compromised by Rogue Developer

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-numerous-bitcoin-wallets-may-have-been-compromised-by-rogue-developer/

Haha, What timing after I posted that about infiltration methods. Lol




Yep...I went to their github...downloaded their wallet (which only runs on Linux). Far too many dependencies that I did not have to get the thing to compile. Figured I'd wait for someone to come out with one you don't have to compile on a Linux box.

Did Satoshi only run Bitcoin on Linux?

Classic maneuver, add unneeded dependence with vulnerabilities in them.
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Breaking: Numerous Bitcoin Wallets May Have Been Compromised by Rogue Developer

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-numerous-bitcoin-wallets-may-have-been-compromised-by-rogue-developer/

Haha, What timing after I posted that about infiltration methods. Lol

i knoww right Smiley

This does suck though as Copay is used in a lot of wallets / applications.

Edit : it seems more to do with the library event-stream
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November 26, 2018, 11:49:08 PM

Breaking: Numerous Bitcoin Wallets May Have Been Compromised by Rogue Developer

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-numerous-bitcoin-wallets-may-have-been-compromised-by-rogue-developer/

Haha, What timing after I posted that about infiltration methods. Lol

i knoww right Smiley

This does suck though as Copay is used in a lot of wallets / applications.
Inb4 major exchanges using Copay cold wallets. Bitcorn is ded.
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Heh, but ouch that stung a little.
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November 27, 2018, 12:07:37 AM


All aboard.... the BTCexpress Will expand with no doubt .....
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All aboard.... the BTCexpress Will expand with no doubt .....

<<<--- afraid to look at price.
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November 27, 2018, 12:18:02 AM

Off-topic side note. Bitcorn just can't decide where it wants to go today.

Wait for a few days until the bank wires to the exchanges clear. I'm hoping it will go up after that.

Up .... whats that, starting to get attached to downward movements....... Roll Eyes
F***ing kidding, can’t wait for those BULL moments to happen Grin
#rocketsTRAINSdildo’sCAROLINA etc
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November 27, 2018, 12:18:51 AM


All aboard.... the BTCexpress Will expand with no doubt .....

<<<--- afraid to look at price.
Then look @the current amount of BTCholdings, still the same?
Roll Eyes
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November 27, 2018, 12:26:29 AM

I too am looking at a 100-200k price range for the next bubble.
I am taking a scenario into account where it will take more years to get there due to the potential for a nasty recession in the coming years though.  I am not putting all my chips on that scenario though, I have been prone to doomsday-thinking and getting the macro trends completely wrong in the past.

Pretty much spot on my estimate for the next bull run (assuming we don't do anything crazy like go triple digits). What happens beyond that I am much less sure about. Perhaps much more mundane growth or perhaps hell.
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November 27, 2018, 12:26:55 AM
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It looks like the low is in or it's pretty close.

Anyway, I was sifting through my old bookmarks and found this interesting article about bitcoin from December 2016.

https://medium.com/@mcasey0827/speculative-bitcoin-adoption-price-theory-2eed48ecf7da
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Breaking: Numerous Bitcoin Wallets May Have Been Compromised by Rogue Developer

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-numerous-bitcoin-wallets-may-have-been-compromised-by-rogue-developer/

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A user with very little coding activity on GitHub requested publishing rights to the event-stream library from its previous maintainer, Dominic Tarr, who said that he had not maintained the repository
in years and gave control to the new user, called right9ctrl.

The library event-stream is used in many Node.js applications. According to a complainant on GitHub, the new maintainer right9ctrl either pulled a sneaky move to inject malware or unknowingly had the
same effect as if he had, that effect being that it would leak private keys from applications that relied on both the event-stream and copay-dash modules.

Basically, the developer updated the module with malware and then patched the problem to avoid detection, but the numerous people who had already installed it remain affected.
Copay — whose open-source code is itself used by many crypto applications — would be just one of many that use the library, but it happens to be built and maintained by a multi-million dollar
Bitcoin payment processing company — BitPay — which raises questions on its own.

And that's why we use hardware wallets to have an additional layer of protection against leaking the private key.

Software hot wallets will always be much more vulnerable.
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