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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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April 01, 2019, 08:25:27 PM

Good afternoon gentlemen, theymos has been enjoying himself trolling today. Price is up since before the weekend though.
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April 01, 2019, 08:30:26 PM

Fucking Tone Ways is still predicting $1.5k. Does anyone here give him any credit? I sometimes watch the guy but no matter how hardcore bitcoiner he is, something started to bug me. I think I just don't like his attitude.

Can we really go down to $1.5k? Is it even possible?

I hope this is the start of a bull run we were waiting for.

$100k in 2021 please!

I kind of like Tone, even if he might have a few grating personality attributes. 

Also, I have been continuously bothered by some of his bearish predictions, as if there is something that he is missing - even though he does seem to understand bitcoin pretty well - even in terms of exponential adoption considerations.  A few more months staying abov $3,600 might even convert me into saying that we have passed (transitioned?) into a "bull market"   i am not there yet.
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April 01, 2019, 08:33:53 PM
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even if he might have a few grating personality attributes. 

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April 01, 2019, 08:36:46 PM

Spoken of a merit boost
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5124304.0
Cheesy
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April 01, 2019, 08:37:41 PM
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Yep... I browsed through them, and there seems to be a decent number likely to be real pics.  I put my real pic, too.

I think that opsec does not really resonate with some folks, and surely there is a decent amount of understanding that some people might consider posting an "actual" selfie to be harmless.. even a kind of personal acknowledgement.

I suppose there are pics/videos/social media profiles of very well known people involved in bitcoin & it doesn’t do them any harm.

It’s not for me though, I will always try to keep my identity private when it involves bitcoin. I don’t want to be known.

There are a couple of things going on there.  If you are going to run a kind of business that involves bitcoin, then there could be a whole hell of a lot of advantages to either having lax opsec or just letting yourself be known.  By lax opsec, I don't mean lax security in terms of how and where you store your bitcoins.  On the other hand, some people are unclear about whether they are attempting to run a business both in how they present themselves and perhaps also unclear in their own heads, too.  A final category could be someone who might be scamming and a bit ambiguous about which world they are in.. the publicly known or maintaining a more obscure personal identity.
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Yep... I browsed through them, and there seems to be a decent number likely to be real pics.  I put my real pic, too.

I think that opsec does not really resonate with some folks, and surely there is a decent amount of understanding that some people might consider posting an "actual" selfie to be harmless.. even a kind of personal acknowledgement.

I suppose there are pics/videos/social media profiles of very well known people involved in bitcoin & it doesn’t do them any harm.

It’s not for me though, I will always try to keep my identity private when it involves bitcoin. I don’t want to be known.

There are a couple of things going on there.  If you are going to run a kind of business that involves bitcoin, then there could be a whole hell of a lot of advantages to either having lax opsec or just letting yourself be known.  By lax opsec, I don't mean lax security in terms of how and where you store your bitcoins.  On the other hand, some people are unclear about whether they are attempting to run a business both in how they present themselves and perhaps also unclear in their own heads, too.  A final category could be someone who might be scamming and a bit ambiguous about which world they are in.. the publicly known or maintaining a more obscure personal identity.

I’d be worried if people knew who I was I could be a victim of some kind of mugging/robbery/torture. Obviously I don’t have hundreds of bitcoin’s but you never know what some people might see as worth targeting.

I don’t feel like getting my fingernails pulled out or being water boarded for my private keys.
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April 01, 2019, 08:40:59 PM
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^haha poor raja
i tried it and got the same thing again

I would do it, but I have a bit of a thing to change the timeline of my post... so personally, I am going to deem it a BIG "whatever" and merely live vicariously through anyone else who discloses their efforts in this verification roll of the dice.

I’m convinced some people put real pics & info in that thread. They need Jesus in their lives.

Yep... I browsed through them, and there seems to be a decent number likely to be real pics.  I put my real pic, too.

I think that opsec does not really resonate with some folks, and surely there is a decent amount of understanding that some people might consider posting an "actual" selfie to be harmless.. even a kind of personal acknowledgement.

You know, the 'Verified bull' bit is a clickable link to your post in that thread.
You can quickly get to anyone's submission.

Whoaza!!!!  Dropping knowledge on the WO peeps - including urs truly.

Another short-cut.  I am learning way too much today.  You should realize that I have a limit regarding how much I am willing or able to learn in any one day?   Wink
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April 01, 2019, 08:45:16 PM

Just got rid of that cheesy "Verified special snowflake"...

Now I'm a cool "Verified bull"! Cool

[Adding bones261 to sMerit Queue]

Edit: Something tells me that tomorrow those "Verified..." titles will all be gone...
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April 01, 2019, 08:49:18 PM

Just got rid of that cheesy "Verified special snowflake"...

Now I'm a cool "Verified bull"! Cool

[Adding bones261 to sMerit Queue]

Edit: Something tells me that tomorrow those "Verified..." titles will all be gone...

Yeah I think they’ll all be gone tomorrow Snowy Wink
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April 01, 2019, 08:50:01 PM

Both V8 and HM are verified chart watchers

A bottom = in

A bottom = not in

Mmmmmmmmmmm

Who’s watching does charts best??
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April 01, 2019, 08:50:50 PM

even if he might have a few grating personality attributes. 

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I can't say it?  Several peeps have grating personality attributes, especially there can be a tendency towards "grating" with the more material that is put out there. 

There are not a lot of people who have universally like-able personalities, and the more well-known they become, then people might start bagging on them for various reasons (even if they are overall well-liked).
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April 01, 2019, 08:51:03 PM

Just got rid of that cheesy "Verified special snowflake"...

Now I'm a cool "Verified bull"! Cool

[Adding bones261 to sMerit Queue]

Edit: Something tells me that tomorrow those "Verified..." titles will all be gone...

Yeah I think they’ll all be gone tomorrow Snowy Wink

If mine would stay..... Roll Eyes

Wouldn’t be the best Cheesy

Btw what about those last minutes yesterday??
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Just got rid of that cheesy "Verified special snowflake"...

Now I'm a cool "Verified bull"! Cool

[Adding bones261 to sMerit Queue]

Edit: Something tells me that tomorrow those "Verified..." titles will all be gone...

Yeah I think they’ll all be gone tomorrow Snowy Wink

If mine would stay..... Roll Eyes

Wouldn’t be the best Cheesy

Btw what about those last minutes yesterday??
Verified troll? I knew all those games were fake! Angry
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April 01, 2019, 08:55:37 PM

Just first delete the picture from you 1st picture post and post another picture in that thread(with a different post. Don't just replace new picture in original post.) It should redo the verification and give you another title.   Wink

It is working. I can confirm this.  Grin
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April 01, 2019, 08:56:49 PM

even if he might have a few grating personality attributes. 

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I can't say it?  Several peeps have grating personality attributes, especially there can be a tendency towards "grating" with the more material that is put out there. 

There are not a lot of people who have universally like-able personalities, and the more well-known they become, then people might start bagging on them for various reasons (even if they are overall well-liked).
Very good points. suitably chastened.
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April 01, 2019, 08:57:43 PM

So Theymos owns myetherwallet now ?

https://www.myetherwallet.com/#send-transaction
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April 01, 2019, 08:59:10 PM

Both V8 and HM are verified chart watchers

A bottom = in

A bottom = not in

Mmmmmmmmmmm

Who’s watching does charts best??

Bob is a bottom watcher?
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It's extremely embarrassing to post with this stupid sticky title next to my name:



Why isn't there anybody else with this title? Angry

Just first delete the picture from you 1st picture post and post another picture in that thread(with a different post. Don't just replace new picture in original post.) It should redo the verification and give you another title.   Wink

THANK YOU

I hated being a verified special snowflake



Now I'm a verified altcoiner.



My favorite would be verified as the real satoshi.

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Yep... I browsed through them, and there seems to be a decent number likely to be real pics.  I put my real pic, too.

I think that opsec does not really resonate with some folks, and surely there is a decent amount of understanding that some people might consider posting an "actual" selfie to be harmless.. even a kind of personal acknowledgement.

I suppose there are pics/videos/social media profiles of very well known people involved in bitcoin & it doesn’t do them any harm.

It’s not for me though, I will always try to keep my identity private when it involves bitcoin. I don’t want to be known.

There are a couple of things going on there.  If you are going to run a kind of business that involves bitcoin, then there could be a whole hell of a lot of advantages to either having lax opsec or just letting yourself be known.  By lax opsec, I don't mean lax security in terms of how and where you store your bitcoins.  On the other hand, some people are unclear about whether they are attempting to run a business both in how they present themselves and perhaps also unclear in their own heads, too.  A final category could be someone who might be scamming and a bit ambiguous about which world they are in.. the publicly known or maintaining a more obscure personal identity.

I’d be worried if people knew who I was I could be a victim of some kind of mugging/robbery/torture. Obviously I don’t have hundreds of bitcoin’s but you never know what some people might see as worth targeting.

I don’t feel like getting my fingernails pulled out or being water boarded for my private keys.

I suppose it depends on how you play it, and surely some public figures don't appear to have very many bitcoins and others do...

Overall, it is going to cost a lot less to engage in security through obscurity, and one of the risks of flaunting too much wealth will have similar issues regarding whether  a person has sufficiently stepped up his/her security based on changing circumstances.

I am largely with you about keeping a low profile, but never say never about possibly going into the limelight or even entering into a business that causes you to go more into the limelight... than at that point, new angles, including plausible deniability might have to be employed.
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April 01, 2019, 09:04:43 PM

So Theymos owns myetherwallet now ?

https://www.myetherwallet.com/#send-transaction

what if I told you that Theymos is in fact Vitalik Buterin?

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