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December 28, 2018, 09:16:16 AM
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I don't think the author is fudding.  I don't know how many qbits it would take to make an attack on early addresses feasible, but those qbits are certainly coming eventually.

I did the math once.  If we pointed all of the world's computing resources at hashing, it would take us until the heat death of the universe many times over before we cracked a single early address. 

Current QC is a joke. 

Eventually is a really long time away.

Even if proper QC was invented tomorrow, we could just hard fork to a QC hash algo.


You can be sure the NSA will have advanced QCs years before anyone else. They could have all addresses cracked before anyone even knows they're capable of doing so.

now that is my brand of tinfoil

Quantum computing is almost as much as a buzz word as blockchain. Many like to throw the term around yet do not fully grasp the concepts that are involved.

If you have a basic grasp of physics you can skip down to the article cited below..if not this video might help at least get you familiar with the basics. It presents 5 different levels of a persons understanding of what a quantum computer is and isn't. This is a sort of fluff piece by Wired and it came out several months ago I believe but is still relevant. The growth in this field over those few months is astounding and the constant innovation is eerily similar to what classical computing experienced at first. I am not sure if Moore's law will be applicable but it is growing extremely fast and I would expect within 10 years there will be a functioning usable machine capable of factoring large primes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWJCfOvochA


One of the current key problem's is fault tolerance. Another is keeping coherence at a steady state. These problems are getting solved and more reliable and robust systems are being built. Which leads us to the cutting edge..
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Topological insulators are materials that have a gapped bulk energy spectrum but contain protected in-gap states appearing at their surface. These states exhibit remarkable properties such as unidirectional propagation and robustness to noise that offer an opportunity to improve the performance and scalability of quantum technologies. For quantum applications, it is essential that the topological states are indistinguishable. We report high-visibility quantum interference of single-photon topological states in an integrated photonic circuit. Two topological boundary states, initially at opposite edges of a coupled waveguide array, are brought into proximity, where they interfere and undergo a beamsplitter operation. We observe Hong-Ou-Mandel interference with 93.1 ± 2.8% visibility, a hallmark nonclassical effect that is at the heart of linear optics–based quantum computation. Our work shows that it is feasible to generate and control highly indistinguishable single-photon topological states, opening pathways to enhanced photonic quantum technology with topological properties, and to study quantum effects in topological materials.

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Topological photonics has the advantage of not requiring strong magnetic fields and features intrinsically high-coherence, room temperature operation and easy manipulation.

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"A lot of researchers are talking about quantum information processing with photons, and even using frequency," said Lukens. "But no one had thought about sending multiple photons through the same fiber-optic strand, in the same space, and operating on them differently."

https://phys.org/news/2018-12-block-quantum.html

 

The assembly language's are being crafted right now..it is waiting for quantum softwares and algorithms to be written for it's use. 
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I would say that quote is bollocks.

How many people across the world own a piece of gold jewellery or a gold coin?

Gold is far more decentralised than bitcoin (mining and coin distribution is far from decentralised)
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December 28, 2018, 11:02:11 AM

tomorrow will be a new session of BTCpoker ... 8 session then payout
hope to be lucky and to see some good action cards...

non stop sit & go's ... four way and HU looking forward Wink

I want to see a shot of you at the final table!

Just got back and got smoked the last 2 days (every fucking flush against me got there!). Cheesy

Next session probably sunday or somewhere next week i Will take a shot..... from yesterday i didn’t Made one, wasn’t going to very well Roll Eyes so didn’t had to much time for Fun  Undecided
Also played for handed sit and go tournament winner takes all, but mainly HU tournaments non stop each of us playing 2 of the others So two tables (not 8 or more crazy shit, cause we sit together as always and needed to be a bit of Fun talk etc as well)
1 tournament HU .... i reraise all in on the turn and the other dumbassfriend of me called with nutflush draw(only)
To hit flush on the river (that was kinda like my day as well ) Roll Eyes
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December 28, 2018, 11:10:09 AM

Ok given the objections to the USA for the $100k party, and opsec issues with going to a third world country, I’m calling for us to party in Belgium.  Home of the GooseBull.  Frites, biere et Bitcoin. 

En ..... =(flemish part of Belgium- not the french ) et = and french
                                                                          En= and flemish
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December 28, 2018, 11:22:13 AM
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Watching the silver price slowly fall back to $6 over the next decade will be even worse.

You are JayJuanGee level stupid if you think it's possible for silver to go to $6.  Metals are the only assets on the entire planet not currently in a bubble and they're floating around cost of production already.  It requires moving more than twice as many tons of earth to get one ounce of silver now as when the price was last $6 as well.  That's actually a shocking speed in reduction of supply for a resource we actually need, unlike bitcoins which nobody actually needs for anything.

There's a double bottom in on the 1 year silver chart, and another double bottom in on the 5 year chart.  The bottom for silver is already in and right as we're speaking it already started it's bounce.  This is why nobody can stand the kikes.  You were talking just the other day telling people to "watch the GSR" and convert gold to silver (probably just stole that from me).  Now in typical kike fashion you started lying and claiming the price is going to collapse instead. Probably just making up jibberish to try and get people to buy your imaginary shitcoins.



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December 28, 2018, 11:30:42 AM

Just call me Reynolds.
Ryan?
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December 28, 2018, 11:34:39 AM

Marcus Anonymint's posts...I mean "lambie slayer", are just too dumb to respond to now.  Micgoossens, you wouldn't happen to be a mechanical engineer?

https://www.reddit.com/r/MGTOW/comments/aa2x42/well_lads_it_happened/

Me engineer, you have Some high thoughts of me
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December 28, 2018, 11:36:36 AM

Maybe some sort of shitcoin engineer.  Making sure all the scams are working okay, processing all the bitconnect signups, creating a gambling site with 50:1 house odds.
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December 28, 2018, 11:42:09 AM

time for a 5.1kg wrench attack

AirPods for scale


Mrs V8s wonders whether Mrs MacLairy possesses a hoover or similar device and whether she knows how to use it.
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December 28, 2018, 11:44:22 AM

Maybe some sort of shitcoin engineer.  Making sure all the scams are working okay, processing all the bitconnect signups, creating a gambling site with 50:1 house odds.

Everyday i’m more convinced you really like the WO peoples with being here, am i right on that fact?
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December 28, 2018, 11:46:45 AM

Everyday i’m more convinced you really like the WO peoples with being here, am i right on that fact?

I log on solely to see what Elwar will type at $1xxx.
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December 28, 2018, 11:51:56 AM

Everyday i’m more convinced you really like the WO peoples with being here, am i right on that fact?

I log on solely to see what Elwar will type at $1xxx.
Just that the bottom was deeper than we thought and we are going up from there ....
So now you know......
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Everyday i’m more convinced you really like the WO peoples with being here, am i right on that fact?

I log on solely to see what Elwar will type at $1xxx.
Just that the bottom was deeper than we thought and we are going up from there ....
So now you know......

If there was a god he would take your word for it. Wink
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December 28, 2018, 12:05:32 PM

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If there is a God or not thats a whole other topic ( if there is he would probably be the one who plant the BTC seed as well)

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December 28, 2018, 12:06:22 PM

The bottom of silver is 5 or 10 dollars. ok fine. no one cares.
it's the upside that's interesting. gosh will it do a 5x, a 10 x, maybe even go to 100 dollars/oz
that would be amazing, 20 fucking x
but it is the ceiling
now compare with bitcoin
even Jamie fucking Dimon said it's going to 100k on the next bullrun
there ain't no ceiling for the ones after that
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December 28, 2018, 12:10:17 PM

Mmmm

Bottom is always for every asset the same.... its just that asset itself, if nobody want it Then its 0 or in silver case just the silver itself and for BTC just my amount of BTC

But i do believe people Will like to work with BTC cause of the endless benefits of it....
Always easy start , fast, cheap, super safe etc
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bitcoin represents capital now, safe and secure
bitcoin sucks up all the capital it can find over the next few years
bolivares
pounds sterling lol
dollars
equities
bonds
pork bellies and metals
houses
commercial real estate
then we find the top, at a 1000x? a millionx?
the world divided into 21 million coins

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December 28, 2018, 12:19:38 PM

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Mrs V8s wonders whether Mrs MacLairy possesses a hoover or similar device and whether she knows how to use it.

I assume this is a reference to the unmentionable black splodge. Which would require a particularly powerful Hoover.   Preferably one that can warp space time.  Given that the black splodge is the shadow of my arm and phone.
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December 28, 2018, 12:23:46 PM

Apparently the whole carpet needs hoovering, not so much from dirt but for evenness and fluffiness. Perhaps you sent your maid back to Vietnam for the holidays and don't get too involved in these niceties.
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I would say that quote is bollocks.

How many people across the world own a piece of gold jewellery or a gold coin?

Gold is far more decentralised than bitcoin (mining and coin distribution is far from decentralised)

As much as I love bitcoin, got to agree with markj113 on this one.

There really is some nonsense writers on twitter
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