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January 07, 2019, 06:00:44 PM


Just look at the comments: irony, tone deaf, pot calling kettle, they all fit the scenario. Roger Ver is some piece of (shit) work.

Also, I'd love to debate with these asshats on why they believe that having 10,000+ shitcoins all vying for world attention is better that the world consolidating on the best, most logical one (i.e., BitcoinTM).

The only people that are against BitcoinTM maximalism either a) hate BitcoinTM, b) are idealogically just against a single crypto winning the hearts and minds of the world public, or c) have something to personally and directly gain from all of its shitcoin competitors. Or all of the above.

None of these beliefs make any sense or do the crypto space any good. At all. Period.

Well thats going a little overboard, shilling for the choir? BTC is the best for store of value but is still unable to handle the world at large and there are many edge cases that others can fit just fine. that is not saying the vast majority are not worthless pieces of shit as they are.

For instance privacy as a second layer will never compete with a first layer solution period, go ahead and ask any expert you want.
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January 07, 2019, 06:03:19 PM

He took a pause in posting yesterday, but has also had a bunch deleted.

(Paranoid ranting)

  The thread is a cesspool of just scammers and financial conmen.  They do not care how bitcoin works (or doesn't work in this case).  All they care about is attempting to profit from scamming people.

Looks like the pressure is breaking you down Virgin Roach. Bitcoin works fine you are just delusional as usual. The people here you screech about being scammers are just freedom lovers who want to spread freedom and sound money to others bc we love humanity.

You however, have shown you hate everyone and everything. You have never demonstrated caring about or enjoying anything about humanity. You obviously hate all races besides white, which is ironic bc white males arent friends w you and white females shun you. You havent smiled or laughed or enjoyed anything in years. You think its normal, but its mental illness and a severe chemical imbalance in your brain which you make worse by rotting in your basement and not seeking treatment or trying to better yourself.

If you dont seek treatment soon then the voices in your head which I know you are hearing, will get louder and louder and you will probably stab or shoot someone and spend most of your life in a prison afterwards while on the states version of horse tranquilizer.

Bitcoin is in a bull market. You can let it drive you more insane and pretend we are all evil con men, or sell your silver bags, buy Bitcoin and seek professional treatment.  

Do you really want to be the last Nazi to be bullish on Bitcoin?

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January 07, 2019, 06:07:39 PM

Im the baby

OG WO member, source, Hodler, btc believer etc

But not the baby

Baby accounts as mine, d_eddie, goldkingcoiner, VB1001, Lambies Slayer, HM, etc

Peasant are like r0ach, butterscotch cartman etc


Missing = rosewater foundation......

My original account is a lot older, but during the great troll wars of 2015 it was banned from posting for using weapons of mass doxstruction and troll crimes against humanity. I did what I had to do because I serve and slay at the pleasure of King Bitcoin, so no regrets Cool
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BTC is the best for store of value but is still unable to handle the world at large
a) I totally disagree
b) You're using a generalized, boil-the-ocean argument
c) As opposed to what shitcoin that can?

and there are many edge cases that others can fit just fine.
What edge cases are so crucial and desparately needed? 99.999999999999% of people don't even own Bitcoin right now.

For instance privacy as a second layer will never compete with a first layer solution period, go ahead and ask any expert you want.
Clarify/quantify 'never compete'? Bitcoin is competing the hell out of all the other shitcoins, and winning like a boss. Its utility, security, and universal adoption is miles ahead of anything else.

The vast majority of Bitcoin users feel the privacy issue is a non-argument. All of your online devices are insecure, your data you freely give over to OS creators and Social Media platform providers, where it is then sold, or hacked, or both. Your IoT devices are listening to your every conversation. How about we fix those privacy problems first, eh? Just sayin'.
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I'd love to see a week of this. Cheesy
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January 07, 2019, 06:16:57 PM


Umm... yeah. Don't know what to think about this.

I can't help but think that adding Bluetooth to a HW wallet is anything other than another potential gaping security hole. Though it looks like the buttons may be improved.

i dont like it.

trezor t has a sd card slot that might be venerable but you can simply not use it. i wonder if the ledger x has the option to turn bluetooth off and how "off" it would really be. i just cant help but thinking some fundamental flaw will be found in the bluetooth chip as i thought i had read about some bluetooth chips having vulnerabilities before.
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BTC is the best for store of value but is still unable to handle the world at large
a) I totally disagree
b) You're using a generalized, boil-the-ocean argument
c) As opposed to what shitcoin that can?

and there are many edge cases that others can fit just fine.
What edge cases are so crucial and desparately needed? 99.999999999999% of people don't even own Bitcoin right now.

Welll, Well welll... the bolded is your argument against yourself from your first fallacy.


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For instance privacy as a second layer will never compete with a first layer solution period, go ahead and ask any expert you want.
Clarify/quantify 'never compete'? Bitcoin is competing the hell out of all the other shitcoins, and winning like a boss. Its utility, security, and universal adoption is miles ahead of anything else.

The vast majority of Bitcoin users feel the privacy issue is a non-argument. All of your online devices are insecure, your data you freely give over to OS creators and Social Media platform providers, where it is then sold, or hacked, or both. Your IoT devices are listening to your every conversation. How about we fix those privacy problems first, eh?

Crypto doesn't care what you FEEL, it doesn't change facts.
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BTC is the best for store of value but is still unable to handle the world at large
a) I totally disagree
b) You're using a generalized, boil-the-ocean argument
c) As opposed to what shitcoin that can?

and there are many edge cases that others can fit just fine.
What edge cases are so crucial and desparately needed? 99.999999999999% of people don't even own Bitcoin right now.

Welll, Well welll... the bolded is your argument against yourself from your first fallacy.
No it isn't. Just because 99.9999999999999% of people right now don't own Bitcoin, doesn't mean it can't "handle the world at large".

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For instance privacy as a second layer will never compete with a first layer solution period, go ahead and ask any expert you want.
Clarify/quantify 'never compete'? Bitcoin is competing the hell out of all the other shitcoins, and winning like a boss. Its utility, security, and universal adoption is miles ahead of anything else.

The vast majority of Bitcoin users feel the privacy issue is a non-argument. All of your online devices are insecure, your data you freely give over to OS creators and Social Media platform providers, where it is then sold, or hacked, or both. Your IoT devices are listening to your every conversation. How about we fix those privacy problems first, eh?

Crypto doesn't care what you FEEL, it doesn't change facts.

Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution. FACT. How does that bit of news FEEL to you?
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January 07, 2019, 06:23:50 PM

Pewdiepie is a Nazi Bitcoiner now. 5k incoming Cheesy

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January 07, 2019, 06:25:35 PM


Umm... yeah. Don't know what to think about this.

I can't help but think that adding Bluetooth to a HW wallet is anything other than another potential gaping security hole. Though it looks like the buttons may be improved.

i dont like it.

trezor t has a sd card slot that might be venerable but you can simply not use it. i wonder if the ledger x has the option to turn bluetooth off and how "off" it would really be. i just cant help but thinking some fundamental flaw will be found in the bluetooth chip as i thought i had read about some bluetooth chips having vulnerabilities before.

I would never use a wallet that has the potential to jump an air gap.
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No it isn't. Just because 99.9999999999999% of people right now don't own Bitcoin, doesn't mean it can't "handle the world at large".

You can't prove that it can.,


Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution. FACT. How does that bit of news FEEL to you?

Prove this assertion, you cannot.
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No it isn't. Just because 99.9999999999999% of people right now don't own Bitcoin, doesn't mean it can't "handle the world at large".

You can't prove that it can.,
And you can't prove that it can't.

Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution. FACT. How does that bit of news FEEL to you?

Prove this assertion, you cannot.

And you can't prove that it can't.

So impasse? Nanner nanner?  Cheesy
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No it isn't. Just because 99.9999999999999% of people right now don't own Bitcoin, doesn't mean it can't "handle the world at large".

You can't prove that it can.,
And you can't prove that it can't

Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution. FACT. How does that bit of news FEEL to you?

Prove this assertion, you cannot.

And you can't prove that it can't.

So impasse? Nanner nanner?
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OK, you win if you can get one Core Dev to agree with your assertion that a second layer solution is as secure as a first layer solution.

Done go get that quote. And I'll give you 25 merit.

AFA what BTC can handle, there would not be a need for the work being done on lightning right now if it could handle those people already. Duh that is why lightning is being developed, or did you think it was already done?
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January 07, 2019, 06:38:28 PM

Anyone 80x? Because I feel like I should have 80xed.

Oh the bright side. Looks like 4k is back on the menu, boys! About time too. I can't stand these sideway actions.

Ballsy move to long right now, I approve. Smiley

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OK, you win if you can get one Core Dev to agree with your assertion that a second layer solution is as secure as a first layer solution.

Ok if you are going to debate with me, you need to stop putting words in my mouth or twisting what I type. I never fucking said this, anywhere. I said that Bitcoin can still become the dominate crypto and service the whole world without a first layer privacy solution.
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January 07, 2019, 06:42:55 PM

wodka and drinking
saturdayz, wasted alwayz
sober up seems far


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January 07, 2019, 06:48:07 PM

https://cointelegraph.com/news/nasdaq-powered-exchange-to-launch-eu-regulated-tokenized-stock-trading

Probably old, but I've fallen too far behind over the holidays to check.

Step one towards crypto equity looks about done. Which should drive demand for Bitcoin as trading stock against BTC becomes a possibility that will increase liquidity. Hopefully not too late for capital flight out of stocks into corn in what seems like an upcoming recession.


After this it seems like a matter of time until stock and crypto become equivalent.
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January 07, 2019, 06:48:56 PM

No it isn't. Just because 99.9999999999999% of people right now don't own Bitcoin, doesn't mean it can't "handle the world at large".

You can't prove that it can.,
And you can't prove that it can't

Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution. FACT. How does that bit of news FEEL to you?

Prove this assertion, you cannot.

And you can't prove that it can't.

So impasse? Nanner nanner?

OK, you win if you can get one Core Dev to agree with your assertion that a second layer solution is as secure as a first layer solution.

Done go get that quote. And I'll give you 25 merit.

AFA what BTC can handle, there would not be a need for the work being done on lightning right now if it could handle those people already. Duh that is why lightning is being developed, or did you think it was already done?
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