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January 02, 2019, 12:26:45 PM

@r0ach:

Is it true what Lambie Slayer is saying about you? Were you really bullish about Bitcoin in the early years, before the bear market of 2015? And did you really sell all your BTC at the bottom in 2015? I'm asking because, based on your current ideas, I find it extremely hard to believe that such things ever happened.

Just curious...

No lol.  The only such statements you will find anywhere on the internet about when I have bought and sold shitcoins is me saying I was all-in at $200 and then leveraged on top of that, unleveraged at high $700s, used 1/2 of the profit to buy physical silver, and that's the only thing anyone knows about me.  

Everything else is generated by 2 people:  Some Indian named Sidhujag who is the dev of a scamcoin named SYSCOIN, and Anonymint.  Even though he's an Indian, he despises gold for some reason and tries to hype various shitcoins as money of the future from SYSCOIN to Ethereum.  He claimed gold was going to $200 an ounce (lol) and I told him he was a complete fool.  Then Anonymint (who steals every single thing he says about economics from banker shill Martin Armstrong) also claimed gold was going to collapse to nothing (and of course it did not).

Martin Armstrong (who I hope nobody follows) told people to sell gold AT THE FLOOR $1150 while claiming it was going to collapse to $800 or lower.  I bought a bunch then and after it went up to $1300's, converted it all to silver. Anyway, Sidhujag + Anonymint are both butthurt that digital shitcoins are in no way defeating physical silver and gold at all and have been on a crusade against me ever since making up all kinds of nonsense. Anonymint above all people in the entire universe cannot stand being wrong about anything and will throw the largest tantrum ever seen when he is wrong.
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January 02, 2019, 12:30:13 PM

@r0ach:

Is it true what Lambie Slayer is saying about you? Were you really bullish about Bitcoin in the early years, before the bear market of 2015? And did you really sell all your BTC at the bottom in 2015? I'm asking because, based on your current ideas, I find it extremely hard to believe that such things ever happened.

Just curious...

No lol.  The only such statements you will find anywhere on the internet about when I have bought and sold shitcoins is me saying I was all-in at $200 and then leveraged on top of that and made a lot of profit, unleveraged at high $700s, used 1/2 of the profit to buy physical silver, and that's the only thing anyone knows about me.  
 

You have not traded BTC since it was $700?

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January 02, 2019, 12:34:22 PM

@r0ach:

Is it true what Lambie Slayer is saying about you? Were you really bullish about Bitcoin in the early years, before the bear market of 2015? And did you really sell all your BTC at the bottom in 2015? I'm asking because, based on your current ideas, I find it extremely hard to believe that such things ever happened.

Just curious...

No lol.  The only such statements you will find anywhere on the internet about when I have bought and sold shitcoins is me saying I was all-in at $200 and then leveraged on top of that and made a lot of profit, unleveraged at high $700s, used 1/2 of the profit to buy physical silver, and that's the only thing anyone knows about me.  
 

You have not traded BTC since it was $700?



understand him much better NOW Roll Eyes
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January 02, 2019, 12:34:59 PM

@r0ach:

Is it true what Lambie Slayer is saying about you? Were you really bullish about Bitcoin in the early years, before the bear market of 2015? And did you really sell all your BTC at the bottom in 2015? I'm asking because, based on your current ideas, I find it extremely hard to believe that such things ever happened.

Just curious...

No lol.  The only such statements you will find anywhere on the internet about when I have bought and sold shitcoins is me saying I was all-in at $200 and then leveraged on top of that and made a lot of profit, unleveraged at high $700s, used 1/2 of the profit to buy physical silver, and that's the only thing anyone knows about me.  

Everything else is generated by 2 people:  Some Indian named Sidhujag who is the dev of a scamcoin named SYSCOIN, and Anonymint.  Even though he's an Indian, he despises gold for some reason and tries to hype various shitcoins as money of the future from SYSCOIN to Ethereum.  He claimed gold was going to $200 an ounce (lol) and I told him he was a complete fool.  Then Anonymint (who steals every single thing he says about economics from banker shill Martin Armstrong) also claimed gold was going to collapse to nothing (and of course it did not).

Martin Armstrong (who I hope nobody follows) told people to sell gold AT THE FLOOR $1150 while claiming it was going to collapse to $800 or lower.  I bought a bunch then and after it went up to $1300's, converted it all to silver. Anyway, Sidhujag + Anonymint are both butthurt that digital shitcoins are in no way defeating physical silver and gold at all and have been on a crusade against me ever since making up all kinds of nonsense. Anonymint above all people in the entire universe cannot stand being wrong about anything and will throw the largest tantrum ever seen when he is wrong.

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January 02, 2019, 12:54:14 PM

Trollgoossens, would you say the video game industry bubble that's such a bubble you can't even play 1/100th of the games released even if you pirate them all, let alone provide the developers with profit, is a direct microcosm representing the unfeasibility of the current world economy.
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January 02, 2019, 12:54:49 PM

jesus christ, you need to get 250 merits to become a sr. member these days, at my current rate thats over a year! Thought i could earn some extra Sats with some bounty campaigns, no chance!
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January 02, 2019, 01:00:50 PM

^Trollgoossen, that chart is meaningless due to the Triffin dilemma.  US is required to have the most debt if acting as world reserve currency in order to export the currency.  Until the scam implodes that is and everyone goes back to silver and gold.
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January 02, 2019, 01:02:28 PM

^Trollgoossen, that chart is meaningless due to the Triffin dilemma.  US is required to have the most debt if acting as world reserve currency in order to export the currency.  Until the scam implodes that is and everyone goes back to silver and gold.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg49007812#msg49007812
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haha lol
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January 02, 2019, 01:10:03 PM

Bitcoin will not be able to increase the size of the block otherwise it will mean the recognition that BCH is better. But without increasing the block to solve the problem of BTC scaling is impossible
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January 02, 2019, 01:35:00 PM

Bitcoin will not be able to increase the size of the block otherwise it will mean the recognition that BCH is better. But without increasing the block to solve the problem of BTC scaling is impossible

What problem?
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Bitcoin will not be able to increase the size of the block otherwise it will mean the recognition that BCH is better. But without increasing the block to solve the problem of BTC scaling is impossible

What problem?

7 TPS, Visa has 47000
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January 02, 2019, 01:57:01 PM



haha lol

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January 02, 2019, 02:13:44 PM
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Bitcoin will not be able to increase the size of the block otherwise it will mean the recognition that BCH is better. But without increasing the block to solve the problem of BTC scaling is impossible

bitcoin devs never said that a block size change is off the table. just the timing for such a blocksize change was wrong, because there are other and better ways to get more TPS, like lightning. bitcoin will get a blocksize change if it is really necessary.
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7 1,000,000 TPS (w/ LN), Visa has 47000

FTFY. Now fk off newb troll.
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January 02, 2019, 02:23:26 PM

Nice, the sewer known as reddit is full of new stories of women willingly hooking up with dudes on New Years eve then claiming they were violently raped and assaulted after:

https://www.reddit.com/r/TwoXChromosomes/comments/abp4s6/i_think_i_was_sexually_assaulted_this_morning_tw/
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Bitcoin will not be able to increase the size of the block otherwise it will mean the recognition that BCH is better. But without increasing the block to solve the problem of BTC scaling is impossible

What problem?

7 TPS, Visa has 47000

Great for Visa. It has nothing to do with Bitcoin though.

Bitcoin is not a credit card company and offers no improvement as a more efficient payment system. It's a distributed system with (extremely) high security and (very) high censorship resistance with a non-inflationary monetary base.

I would hope people here would be able to figure out that much ...
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