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Some more to work with

Carefull with those beauty leggs... Grin

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December 01, 2018, 08:31:42 PM

pro tip phishead

monero is /somewhat/ tolerated here, quoting the r0ach...not so much

Oh cool, glad you told me what is “tolerated” when discussing the issues of centralization. Hahaha.

It’s ok, I’ll be sure to shut up hopefully. Don’t want to piss off the powers that be here on this thread. Please continue your discussion on how centralization and censorship by a core group of people are horrible... my apologies to r0ach...

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Hey whoa, I'm not trying to censor you, many of us here are good with XMR, most, however, have the r0ach on ignore and repeated quoting of him will get you ignored by many.  I, for one, have zero bandwith for his autistic drivel.
You know that autists are among our most powerful weapons in the current state of the world, yes?
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December 01, 2018, 08:35:23 PM

    $200: An altcoin is anything other than ____?
    $400: This rapper killed Coinye.
    $600: Each transaction is [in]a block connected in these digital ledgers that enable crypto to work.
    $800: This 3-letter chat app created a currency similar to its name Kin.
    $1000: Which country created the Petro?
https://sludgefeed.com/cryptocurrencies-featured-on-jeopardy/
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December 01, 2018, 08:37:38 PM

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December 01, 2018, 08:39:42 PM


Supporters of all these altcoins are clouded by bias and are missing the very core of something: redundancy.

In that I can make a perfect clone of *any* coin now, including Bitcoin, give it all the features, attributes, security, and issue rate of a great coin, even with no pre-mine, I can give it the very same "immaculate conception" as Bitcoin, etc., etc.

So with all of that, should this altcoin I create just automatically be deemed as having value? Just because I launch it into existence? No.

What it has is redundancy. To Bitcoin.

If I create a new clone of Linux is it better than Linux? No, it's just redundant.
If I create a new clone of an iPhone is it better than Apple's iPhone? No, it's just redundant.
If I create a new clone of Facebook is it better than Facebook? No, it's just redundant.

And on and on and on... redundant things are worthless things. See the recent fate of Google+ as an example.
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Supporters of all these altcoins are clouded by bias and are missing the very core of something: redundancy.

In that I can make a perfect clone of *any* coin now, including Bitcoin, give it all the features, attributes, security, and issue rate of a great coin, even with no pre-mine, I can give the very same "immaculate conception" as Bitcoin, etc., etc.

So with all of that, should this altcoin I create just automatically be deemed as having value? Just because I launch it into existence? No.

What it has is redundancy. To Bitcoin.

If I create a new clone of Linux is it better than Linux? No, it's just redundant.
If I create a new clone of an iPhone is it better than Apple's iPhone? No, it's just redundant.
If I create a new clone of Facebook is it better than Facebook? No, it's just redundant.

And on and on and on... redundant things are worthless things. See the recent fate of Google+ as an example.
Quibble: Having one or more redundant engines on a boat can be highly valuable.



Although going overboard is possible with anything.
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December 01, 2018, 08:46:44 PM

Quibble: Having one or more redundant engines on a boat can be highly valuable.

Quibble: Your analogy suxs and couldn't be more full of relevance fallacy
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December 01, 2018, 08:49:01 PM

Wife redundancy is till quite popular in some circles. It seems like too much trouble to me.
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December 01, 2018, 08:50:46 PM

ulp
2k coins sold so far to chad whale on finex at 4250
shorts down by 1k, rest must be cash buys
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December 01, 2018, 08:59:44 PM

Wife redundancy is till quite popular in some circles. It seems like too much trouble to me.
Actually, it could be easier than having one if they get along. One problem with living in what we call families compared to tribal times is that they have less people to talk to, which might be why they have a tendency to turn the man into a quasi-girlfriend (who they then cheat on because he is suddenly not as hot as he used to be). With two wives they can chatter with one another, leaving the man to be a man. Problem is that it can't work on a national scale without a lot of men dying one way or another.
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December 01, 2018, 09:01:54 PM

Hey whoa, I'm not trying to censor you, many of us here are good with XMR, most, however, have the r0ach on ignore and repeated quoting of him will get you ignored

Many of us have kike shills like Jojo69 and HairyMcLairy on ignore.  Repeated quoting of kike shills will get you ignored or banned.  Shilling for evil cults like Judaism is not allowed in any civilized, 1st world country.
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December 01, 2018, 09:04:27 PM

no @roach, everybody knows you can't breath without reading all posts here  Grin
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December 01, 2018, 09:08:28 PM

Wife redundancy is till quite popular in some circles. It seems like too much trouble to me.
Actually, it could be easier than having one if they get along. One problem with living in what we call families compared to tribal times is that they have less people to talk to, which might be why they have a tendency to turn the man into a quasi-girlfriend (who they then cheat on because he is suddenly not as hot as he used to be). With two wives they can chatter with one another, leaving the man to be a man. Problem is that it can't work on a national scale without a lot of men dying one way or another.

I will say it is really nice. Also nice to have the wife off with someone else every so often, they can deal with her shit....

Same old problem boring. Different problems, interesting.

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December 01, 2018, 09:14:02 PM

been a long time since we had a really good war
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December 01, 2018, 09:15:41 PM


https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/257b4a8848541996857043e6d2f6319edddf5abde2776f4b49bb9e773cc4414c etc
something something segwit addresses
anyone have any info or guesses about who this might be please?

No idea. Didn't know about that twitter account before. How unusual are movements like those?

I find interesting that the amounts seem to be bunches of $100M at current price..... maybe OTC sales?

There was a rumor that someone was attempting to sell 200K BTC OTC, and they might not be able to find the buyer.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317658.msg48166457#msg48166457
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December 01, 2018, 09:17:52 PM

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

Escrow does not protect you if the buyer pays from a hacked bank account, so you need to be careful if you trade with anyone who isn't a regular on there. The trusted name system can help - don't release unless the buyer's name matches.
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December 01, 2018, 09:18:38 PM

Let's see if we can get any honest commentary on this train of buffoons posting on Twitter.  Ok, done.

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December 01, 2018, 09:26:35 PM

been a long time since we had a really good war
Right? And it's not far off now, things are really accelerating. Unfortunately it will be one of the bad ones, not a firecracker like the last one.
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December 01, 2018, 09:32:06 PM

Vitalik is an overrated mess. Exactly the opposite of Peter Todd.
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December 01, 2018, 09:51:05 PM
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Right? And it's not far off now, things are really accelerating. Unfortunately it will be one of the bad ones, not a firecracker like the last one.

To know what's going to happen, first you would have to be able to figure out things like the whole "Q" bullshit is just (((the powers that be))) attempting to stall for time.  Why are they trying to stall?  There's plenty of evidence from Wikileaks, the Hillary emails, and the Epstein trail alone to have all these people at places like DYNCORP put in front of firing squads or in prison for child sex trafficking.  And it's not just Dyncorp, it's Hollywood, most or all high level organized Jewry (Allen Ginsberg was like the leader of NAMBLA for fucks sake), tons of congress, senate, the list goes on.

So their plan is to stall with fake Q bullshit and other nonsense until they can pull off one of two options:

1)  Create tons of false flags to try and confiscate all guns - then they can safely get away with letting the economic system implode, declare martial law, introduce new debt based digital only slave currency, and have even more power than before and get away with everything.

2)  Attempt to start war with Russia (or anyone) - then use that as cover to declare martial law, confiscate metals, change to new digital only scam currency, do whatever they want and get away with everything

The fact Trump is NOT calling them out on any of the false flags sure as fuck seems like he's on their side and not yours.  If he wasn't, he'd have them imprisoned for attempting them and be tweeting about it.  David Hogg would not be walking around free like the pissant he is, nor would George Soros.  They'd be in front of a firing squad.  So Trump is either on their side, or he's waging the least effective, most softball war against an enemy ever conceived.  

If he was legit, he would have gone the military tribunal route from the get go if the "courts are compromised".  If the entire fucking military command structure is compromised, then get on Tweeter and tell people that while also listing all of their crimes and let low level enlisted + the people use the 2nd amendment to take care of it themselves.
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