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Question: May 18 Bitcoin Closing Price (Stamp):
$0 - 1 (0.7%)
<$5,000 - 7 (4.6%)
$5,000-$5,500 - 2 (1.3%)
$5,500-$6,000 - 0 (0%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 5 (3.3%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 15 (9.9%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 17 (11.2%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 24 (15.8%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 19 (12.5%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 15 (9.9%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 10 (6.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 7 (4.6%)
$10,000-$20,000 - 16 (10.5%)
>$20,000 - 14 (9.2%)
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While pictures like that look impressive, they're not necessarily significant. Humans only occupy some 10% of the land on earth, which just isn't much.
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I see this one a lot and it strikes me as lazy thinking.  Sure, we could fit the entire human population on a standard residential lot in West Texas...but we don't.

Humans, of course, occupy and change the most productive areas.  The areas we leave are generally inhospitable to us, or much of anything else.

A good bit of the non ocean surface of this planet is rocks, ice or sand.  The 10% that we are camped on is most of the best, and we harvest off of more than that.

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March 11, 2019, 04:09:34 PM

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While pictures like that look impressive, they're not necessarily significant. Humans only occupy some 10% of the land on earth, which just isn't much.
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I see this one a lot and it strikes me as lazy thinking.  Sure, we could fit the entire human population on a standard residential lot in West Texas...but we don't.

Humans, of course, occupy and change the most productive areas.  The areas we leave are generally inhospitable to us, or much of anything else.

A good bit of the non ocean surface of this planet is rocks, ice or sand.  The 10% that we are camped on is most of the best, and we harvest off of more than that.


Do you understand what "not necessarily" means, or are you making up conclusions on my behalf again? You do raise a fair point, bar the deliverance. But with indoor farming we can turn just about anything hospitable with today's technology.
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March 11, 2019, 04:12:17 PM

Let's hope whomever mines it is kind enough to return it. It's been done before.
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March 11, 2019, 04:13:38 PM

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While pictures like that look impressive, they're not necessarily significant. Humans only occupy some 10% of the land on earth, which just isn't much.
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I see this one a lot and it strikes me as lazy thinking.  Sure, we could fit the entire human population on a standard residential lot in West Texas...but we don't.

Humans, of course, occupy and change the most productive areas.  The areas we leave are generally inhospitable to us, or much of anything else.

A good bit of the non ocean surface of this planet is rocks, ice or sand.  The 10% that we are camped on is most of the best, and we harvest off of more than that.


Do you understand what "not necessarily" means, or are you making up conclusions on my behalf again? You do raise a fair point, bar the deliverance. But with indoor farming we can turn just about anything hospitable with today's technology.
Help we could turn those massive insane caves into massive indoor farms too. People often forget about how insanely large underneath us is.
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March 11, 2019, 04:15:38 PM

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While pictures like that look impressive, they're not necessarily significant. Humans only occupy some 10% of the land on earth, which just isn't much.
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I see this one a lot and it strikes me as lazy thinking.  Sure, we could fit the entire human population on a standard residential lot in West Texas...but we don't.

Humans, of course, occupy and change the most productive areas.  The areas we leave are generally inhospitable to us, or much of anything else.

A good bit of the non ocean surface of this planet is rocks, ice or sand.  The 10% that we are camped on is most of the best, and we harvest off of more than that.

Do you understand what "not necessarily" means, or are you making up conclusions on my behalf again? You do raise a fair point, bar the deliverance. But with indoor farming we can turn just about anything hospitable with today's technology.
Help we could turn those massive insane caves into massive indoor farms too. People often forget about how insanely large underneath us is.
As well as above us.

The original point though was that the planet likely doesn't give a shit about us pooping ourselves on minuscule portions of land. @jojo
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March 11, 2019, 04:24:17 PM

Let's hope whomever mines it is kind enough to return it. It's been done before.
Why should they? seriously.
BTC is personal financial sovereignty: this comes with responsibility and accountability.
I see no point giving up profitability to compensate stupidity (or bad UX choices, or whatever).
Harsh, but fair (this is a literal translation of an Italian saying, my broken English cannot find an idiomatic equivalence).


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March 11, 2019, 04:28:14 PM
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March 11, 2019, 04:34:03 PM

Let's hope whomever mines it is kind enough to return it. It's been done before.

Mined by AntPool... chances aren't looking good!
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March 11, 2019, 04:52:37 PM

I lease my Mercedes to be honest, I like to drive a new car because I’m a snob. No worse investment (ok maybe BCH or BSV are worse Wink) than buying a brand new car yourself, as soon as you drive it off the forecourt it starts losing money.

Not many people own a car any way, they have finance on it which isn’t much better than leasing. I suppose you have the car fully paid off at the end as an asset but then it’s old & lost loads of value any way.

Just my opinion though.

I will concede that cars are an expensive habit.  I have owned cars since I was 15.  Admittedly, my first few cars were not very good cars, but still they are also expensive to maintain.

Regarding buying new cars, and especially luxury cars, they tend to lose the vast majority of their value in the first three years, so if you buy three year old cars, they might still be like new (depending on how they were driven, of course), but have already done their most dramatic depreciation. 

By the way Toyotas and Hondas don't tend to depreciate as much as Mercedes and BMWs.
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March 11, 2019, 05:04:46 PM


Big whale meets big whale.
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March 11, 2019, 05:14:01 PM

When you want to look for better and faster alternatives, new and scalable, with very low fees; when you criticize the Pow and exalt the Pos, DPos, Tangle, and the waltz ..... when you invent them and try them all, then understand at the end that the KING is always the same, always and forever.  Wink

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March 11, 2019, 05:15:03 PM

Anthropogenic climate change may or may not turn out to be significant, but the dystopian cesspool we are creating is very, very real.

Come on, Canada's not that bad yet.
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I had a choice last year that should I buy a car or house. I invested in property and reinvesting remaining money in more important things.

If everything works out fine in the next 5-10 year or so then, will buy Car with Driver  Grin

I am very happy with my under $100 bicycle and other than that I have my old "Royal Enfield classic 350" for road trips.

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March 11, 2019, 05:25:30 PM
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I had a choice last year that should I buy a car or house. I invested in property and reinvesting remaining money in more important things.

If everything works out fine in the next 5-10 year or so then, will buy Car with Driver  Grin

I am very happy with my under $100 bicycle and other than that I have my old "Royal Enfield classic 350" for road trips.



You usually can’t go wrong investing in bricks & mortar. It’s probably what I’ll do if/when bitcoin moons (buy lots of houses & start a property management company or something) otherwise I’ll become an alcoholic or a drug addict or something wandering around with nothing to do all day Cheesy

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March 11, 2019, 05:26:23 PM

When you want to look for better and faster alternatives, new and scalable, with very low fees; when you criticize the Pow and exalt the Pos, DPos, Tangle, and the waltz ..... when you invent them and try them all, then understand at the end that the KING is always the same, always and forever.  Wink



Is there a link for that? 

I looked datalight.me website, and I could not find that chart.
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Hey WO brothers (cunts, pricks, flat-earthers & ballerinas).

Had a very busy party weekend, friends coming in for the 3 day carnival event.
Drugs & alcohol hit the usual yearly ATH. Tongue
Sobering up & trying to pull myself together.

BTC seems to be shaking off weak hands, getting ready for the $4k smash-through.
Had all my orders filled out & eventually bought another whole coin ~1.15BTC.
Also made a decent profit of ~0.3BTC on a pumping shitcoin last week.

Last but not least, a couple of hetairas discovered the world of crypto. Roll Eyes

Life is good. Grin
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March 11, 2019, 05:34:11 PM

@JayJuanGee @ LFC_Bitcoin @bitserve

I had a choice last year that should I buy a car or house. I invested in property and reinvesting remaining money in more important things.

If everything works out fine in the next 5-10 year or so then, will buy Car with Driver  Grin

I am very happy with my under $100 bicycle and other than that I have my old "Royal Enfield classic 350" for road trips.

I might be stating the obvious, but there are some locations in which a car is very practical and also can be a kind of livelihood enabler.  In other places, you don't really need a car....

Of course, if BTC does another 10x or even 30x, then there could be several WO participants who might be considering various ways to spend their surplus value, and cars are fun and they do signal a level of status, if you don't mind showing some status. 
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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets

https://www.ledger.fr/2019/03/11/our-shared-security-responsibly-disclosing-competitor-vulnerabilities/


(I said it yesterday, every day a new shit...)
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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets


(I said it yesterday, every day a new shit...)

Seems that ledger's wallets are not secure either.
That's why I love paper wallets, especially if encrypted they are pretty hard to hack Smiley
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