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Question: Oct. 5 Closing Price:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$8,000 - 38 (27%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 16 (11.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (7.1%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 13 (9.2%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 12 (8.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 10 (7.1%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 5 (3.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 2 (1.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (2.8%)
>$12,000 - 17 (12.1%)
>$20,000 - 9 (6.4%)
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February 04, 2019, 10:39:20 PM

Do you know what the alcohol content used to be?
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February 04, 2019, 10:41:39 PM

https://breakermag.com/facebooks-chainspace-acquisition-is-amazing-news-for-the-blockchain-industry-and-terrible-news-for-the-world/
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February 04, 2019, 10:42:28 PM

Stella Artois (/ˈstɛlə ɑːrˈtwɑː/ STEL-ə ar-TWAH) is a Belgian pilsner[1] of between 4.8 and 5.2% ABV which was first brewed by Brouwerij Artois (the Artois Brewery) in Leuven, Belgium, in 1926. Since 2008, a 4% ABV version has also been sold in Britain, Ireland, Canada and New Zealand.[4] Stella Artois is now owned by Interbrew International B.V. which is a subsidiary of the world's largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV.[5]


Yeah it doesn't seem thaaat much at 5.2, maybe they had added chemicals. was certainly more beast-mode-making than grolsch, kronenburg etc of similar strengths.

edit Pilsner Urquell was always my fave, maybe some Hacker-Pschorr sometimes

or there's beer
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February 04, 2019, 10:43:45 PM

5.0 is pretty standard for a full strength.

But 8 pints is 13.5 bottles.  I would be face down on the floor long before that.
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February 04, 2019, 10:49:34 PM

I have one personal Localbitcoins story, in this regard.  About a year ago, maybe a little less than a year ago, I had conducted a cash transaction for about half of a bitcoin around $7k.  For some reason, I had miscalculated and gave the person $600 more than what was the current price (So in that situation I gave the person $3,800 rather than $3,200 - something like that). 

I caught the mistake about 10 minutes after the transaction, and after the person already had left the transaction location with the extra $600 that I had given to him.  Neither of us had intended such a situation, he acknowledged the mistake, and after I repeatedly texted him, and even offered to go to his location to retrieve the $600, he did not do the right thing of returning the $600 to me. 

He also began to call me names in what seemed to be a kind of rationalization for him to keep the $600.  Anyhow, I consider that person to have been a regular person, and even that he had rationalized in his own head that he was correct to keep the extra $600 that I had given to him (windfall), but I still believe (my assumption that people who you meet in person are usually honest) only a minority of people would have kept the $600 in that particular situation... but the real test remains getting into the situation, and test of character about whether you personally do the right thing when given an opportunity to nearly anonymously profit.

Perhaps I am cynical.  But I think the average provider on LocalBitcoins is, how can I put this delicately, statistically less likely to return $600 than the average person in the street. 
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February 04, 2019, 10:51:40 PM

Just created myself a $100 shitcoin fund on binance.

If you absolutely have to buy shit coins, at what appears to be the bottom of the bearmarket is probably the best time to do so. 
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Facebook is so far removed from Bitcoin's values that I cannot see it as a competitor in our world. 

However, Facebook could start competing against banks.
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February 04, 2019, 10:59:51 PM

Well someone is taking a piss:

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February 04, 2019, 11:06:50 PM

Well someone is taking a the piss:



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February 04, 2019, 11:12:19 PM

Exactly! Thanks.
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February 04, 2019, 11:13:08 PM


Hmmm. The British Pound used to be 12 oz silver. Now it is central-bank-created paper. Which means that today's British Pound is not the same British Pound of 317 years ago. Which also means that no currency has been with us for 317 years. Sure, it's got the same name, but it is not a 317-year-old currency.
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Facebook is so far removed from Bitcoin's values that I cannot see it as a competitor in our world.  

However, Facebook could start competing against banks.
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State Sharding that is used by Chainspace, Harmony and Ethereum 2.0 is the future

no, right of course, in the sense that they'll lie to their customers, lose a lot of other people's money and no one will punish them for it
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Facebook is so far removed from Bitcoin's values that I cannot see it as a competitor in our world.  

However, Facebook could start competing against banks.
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State Sharding that is used by Chainspace, Harmony and Ethereum 2.0 is the future

no, right of course, in the sense that they'll lie to their customers, lose a lot of other people's money and no one will punish them for it
and there is where the blockchain needs to come in and show the fraudsters who is whom by the transactions to each person, unfortunately this will probably be the biggest thing from those said fraudsters to go ahead and allow it to replace standard high amount fund transferring.
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February 04, 2019, 11:20:45 PM

What do you guys think of the avatar I made for my ICO?

ICO's are gayer than Rick and Myself, and more lame than Stephen Hawking without his wheel-chair.

I will slap the gay out of both of you and Hawking back to life.

Such a violent inclination that you have there, goldkingcoiner.

Perhaps you have not had any fortuitous trading luck, recently?  No 80x mistakes in your favor?   Tongue Tongue
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February 04, 2019, 11:24:51 PM

Yep.  Shilling other coins in this thread is off topic, and generally offensive, even if guys (or a gal) is engaged in such behavior in order to acquire more bitcoin.  The mere fact that a person is trying to acquire more BTC does not make such shilling/pumping discussions to be relevant to this thread.

you sound like a police officer



Does such authority associations scare* you? 

*As a courtesy, I made the above police officer image more petite, to possibly assist you in dealing.
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February 04, 2019, 11:25:23 PM


 I'm pretty sure MicG is talking about the original not the original.




You can't hurry love
You just have to wait. They say
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Which is, of course, a Supreme fork.

Probably you need to clarify your above statement, jbreher.  

I understand that in the past, you have expressed beliefs that attacking bitcoin, even by fork, is merely a free market dynamic, and therefore, if we believe in free markets, then we should embrace such forkening events.  So, are you still caught up on some kind of suggestion that there is some kind of praise that the bitcoin community should be giving towards various attacks upon it that are likely going to continue, including through various forkening mechanisms?    

Jeeze... lighten up dude or dudette.

We went from Phil Collins to You Can't Hurry Love, which is a song that was first performed by the Supremes. IOW, the Collins version was a fork of the Supremes' original.
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Facebook is so far removed from Bitcoin's values that I cannot see it as a competitor in our world.  

However, Facebook could start competing against banks.
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State Sharding that is used by Chainspace, Harmony and Ethereum 2.0 is the future

no, right of course, in the sense that they'll lie to their customers, lose a lot of other people's money and no one will punish them for it
and there is where the blockchain needs to come in and show the fraudsters who is whom by the transactions to each person, unfortunately this will probably be the biggest thing from those said fraudsters to go ahead and allow it to replace standard high amount fund transferring.

No one is under the delusion that Facebook will create a decentralised form of money.  But they could compete effectively with USDC and USDT.  Call it USDF.  Maybe Facebook partners with Western Union and they create USD FU
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Education helps, a lot.  Especially educating and empowering women.  

^Standard evil Jew shill response.  If a creature's only goal in life is to slather on a bunch of makeup and wear bright colors constantly trying to get people to pay attention to it so that it can extract resources from them, it's called a prostitute.  Literally every single mindless thought that comes into a woman's mind about their desire of the minute is almost always either to the detriment or at the expense of the man.  There is no changing this; this is how they're programmed.

"Empowering" women just means turbo charging the amount and size of demands these delusional creatures think they can extort from people.  Since in their brains it's the man's duty to be their servant, a man attempting to leave the slave plantation and refusing to be their donkey mule, beast of burden, means they will immediately all vote for socialism to attempt to extract this 'male tax' from the unwilling aggregate of men.  There is absolutely ZERO benefit to so called "empowering" women unless your goal is to establish communism or maximize how much prostitutes can extort from people.  They were not allowed to vote because people knew this is exactly what they would do.
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Facebook is so far removed from Bitcoin's values that I cannot see it as a competitor in our world.  

However, Facebook could start competing against banks.
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State Sharding that is used by Chainspace, Harmony and Ethereum 2.0 is the future

no, right of course, in the sense that they'll lie to their customers, lose a lot of other people's money and no one will punish them for it
and there is where the blockchain needs to come in and show the fraudsters who is whom by the transactions to each person, unfortunately this will probably be the biggest thing from those said fraudsters to go ahead and allow it to replace standard high amount fund transferring.

No one is under the delusion that Facebook will create a decentralised form of money.  But they could compete effectively with USDC and USDT.  Call it USDF.  Maybe Facebook partners with Western Union and they create USD FU

What a fucking terrifying nightmare though right? Imagine the data they would be getting from you through all of your transactions, anyone that accepted facebooks facecoin would definitely have bots on their page that see how long you check out each item and what not.
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February 04, 2019, 11:32:43 PM

What do you guys think of the avatar I made for my ICO?

ICO's are gayer than Rick and Myself, and more lame than Stephen Hawking without his wheel-chair.

I will slap the gay out of both of you and Hawking back to life.

Such a violent inclination that you have there, goldkingcoiner.

Perhaps you have not had any fortuitous trading luck, recently?  No 80x mistakes in your favor?   Tongue Tongue

You accidentally make nearly 100k once, and.... Roll Eyes
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