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February 20, 2019, 08:18:32 PM

Take that Vitalik!

Google knows that there's only one coin that's here to rule - "BTCitcoin"!

Does anyone have a link to the actual tweet?  I could not find it on Vitalik's stream of tweets.   I saw it in other locations as a picture, so it could b a fake, right?  or Deleted? Or just me?

it is a fake news item/meme https://twitter.com/CryptoScamHub/status/1097861843782197250

True; it's not original. I should've confirmed it before posting here.

Oh well, you guys may take your merit back from the post... (that is if you can! Grin)

Your apology helps me feel less guilty about my emotional impulse to merit that post within seconds of reading it.  Thanks for acknowledging your mistake.
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February 20, 2019, 08:20:07 PM

Still can’t find a White Russian anywhere I go, currently in Rio Ferdinand’s restaurant in Manchester. Made do with a Strawberry Bellini myself Cheesy



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Nice, looks like a nice girl and a yummy Pornstar Martini  Wink My favorite as well
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February 20, 2019, 08:20:50 PM
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked: cryptocurrency wallet features finally unveiled

https://dapplife.com/samsung-galaxy-s10-unpacked-cryptocurrency-wallet-features-finally-unveiled/

“Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone has been unveiled in San Francisco at the Galaxy UNPACKED event on 20 February, 2019.

The rumors were true. Much-anticipated flagship, Samsung Galaxy S10, will feature crypto wallet, that will enable device users to send and receive cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum

There were lots of leaks and speculations about the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 model in the last couple of weeks, but today Samsung finally lifted the veil on the first-ever smartphone to support a built-in cryptocurrency wallet and blockchain technology.

“Galaxy S10 is built with defense-grade Samsung Knox, as well as a secure storage backed by hardware, which houses your private keys for blockchain-enabled mobile services,” Samsung has finally confirmed."
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February 20, 2019, 08:23:00 PM


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mains, keep looking good Wink

take a good cappuccino - with an amaretto on the side to finish

or try a whisky i'm trying lately but man still not used to it (much differences of tastes) ...... have fun bro LOOKING VERY WELL
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February 20, 2019, 08:29:00 PM
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked: cryptocurrency wallet features finally unveiled

From the people themselves linked to in the article.

https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-raises-the-bar-with-galaxy-s10-more-screen-cameras-and-choices

It looks like a hardware wallet indeed.
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February 20, 2019, 08:37:10 PM
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked: cryptocurrency wallet features finally unveiled

It looks like a hardware wallet indeed.

with a tiny-weenie backdoor?
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February 20, 2019, 08:41:08 PM

Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked: cryptocurrency wallet features finally unveiled

From the people themselves linked to in the article.

https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-raises-the-bar-with-galaxy-s10-more-screen-cameras-and-choices

It looks like a hardware wallet indeed.


I think IOS/Android is already good enough if you only keep small amounts in your wallets and If samsung comes up with a very good security then they might even replace trezor&ledgers. I still wouldn't put more than a couple of hundreds on that phone but I also don't carry much cash with me anyway.

So whether it is Galaxy S10 with super security or iphone 7 doesn't make much difference to me. If your phone gets stolen, your money is gone. The only difference is, the thief probably won't be able to steal your coins from the s10.

I also don't think people would keep their life savings (like $50k or $500k) on that phone neither. Because no matter how good the security on that phone is, I wouldn't trust samsung. I don't trust trezor or ledger neither.

So what's the point?
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February 20, 2019, 08:45:50 PM
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So what's the point?

Who knows? Who cares?

All we do know is that in terms of integration you can't really get any more mainstream than this. Imagine posting this here in 2012. It would be beyond unimaginable.
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February 20, 2019, 08:46:38 PM

Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked: cryptocurrency wallet features finally unveiled

From the people themselves linked to in the article.

https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-raises-the-bar-with-galaxy-s10-more-screen-cameras-and-choices

It looks like a hardware wallet indeed.


I think IOS/Android is already good enough if you only keep small amounts in your wallets and If samsung comes up with a very good security then they might even replace trezor&ledgers. I still wouldn't put more than a couple of hundreds on that phone but I also don't carry much cash with me anyway.

So whether it is Galaxy S10 with super security or iphone 7 doesn't make much difference to me. If your phone gets stolen, your money is gone. The only difference is, the thief probably won't be able to steal your coins from the s10.

I also don't think people would keep their life savings (like $50k or $500k) on that phone neither. Because no matter how good the security on that phone is, I wouldn't trust samsung. I don't trust trezor or ledger neither.

So what's the point?


Would you trust putting $100 on it?  Or an amount similar to what you would carry in your regular (analog) wallet?
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February 20, 2019, 08:46:43 PM

Pick it up, what worst could happen?
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked: cryptocurrency wallet features finally unveiled

From the people themselves linked to in the article.

https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-raises-the-bar-with-galaxy-s10-more-screen-cameras-and-choices

It looks like a hardware wallet indeed.


I think IOS/Android is already good enough if you only keep small amounts in your wallets and If samsung comes up with a very good security then they might even replace trezor&ledgers. I still wouldn't put more than a couple of hundreds on that phone but I also don't carry much cash with me anyway.

So whether it is Galaxy S10 with super security or iphone 7 doesn't make much difference to me. If your phone gets stolen, your money is gone. The only difference is, the thief probably won't be able to steal your coins from the s10.

I also don't think people would keep their life savings (like $50k or $500k) on that phone neither. Because no matter how good the security on that phone is, I wouldn't trust samsung. I don't trust trezor or ledger neither.

So what's the point?


Would you trust putting $100 on it?  Or an amount similar to what you would carry in your regular (analog) wallet?
Sure why not.
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February 20, 2019, 08:52:22 PM

Internet allowed you to never have to go to the library.

Bitcoin will allow you to never have to go to the bank.

https://twitter.com/misir_mahmudov/status/1097962353897979905
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February 20, 2019, 08:53:50 PM

A sad and sorry tale of how Peter Vessenes tried to scam his way into Mt Gox millions

https://goxdox2.com/2019/02/18/email-gate-1-0-the-return-of-crooked-peter/
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Bring the rest of your hat buddies here Wink..i see many have been in collectables recently
chance of a bauble, but you have to be quick
note some opsec snags #dyor
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February 20, 2019, 09:01:06 PM

BTC will hit 4900 in march says

https://twitter.com/loomdart/status/1098315260241555457

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February 20, 2019, 09:01:40 PM

Pick it up, what worst could happen?

The main thing is not to do so all my life...
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February 20, 2019, 09:01:56 PM

Pick it up, what worst could happen?

Hehe again that theory that whales control the price. I hope you all know on this thread that it is completely bogus Smiley
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Bring the rest of your hat buddies here Wink..i see many have been in collectables recently
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Interesting.  Do you load your own addresses onto them?
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