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Question: What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2019 - 38 (27.5%)
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2023 - 1 (0.7%)
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I find it quite surprising that you would not know the significance of 21.

21 = 1/1 millionth of a bitcoin.  

And, a BTC accumulation goal of some peeps.
A bit arbitrary so passed my attention, but I guess it makes sense.

Completely arbitrary and doesn't make any sense.

Just by taking into account all the lost, burnt and destroyed BTC you can reduce this number by at least 20%
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April 10, 2019, 10:05:15 AM

We don’t talk about big blocks or BCH on Wednesdays.  For reasons. Instead we post pictures of ladies rock climbing.

I think this is a great policy as everything that can possibly be said about the matter already has. Hmm, at a second glance I think somebody may have posted this one already, oh well.



After perusing rock climbing ladies for 10 minutes, I have say, some of these women are intimidatingly built. They could probably rip my dick clean off.

I just moved from almost nowhere to the middle of nowhere and I'm bored AF, will probably keep searching.
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https://twitter.com/woonomic/status/1115730399479644160

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Introducing Cumulative Value Days Destroyed (CVDD) and Balanced Price.
New experimental models using the early metric of Bitcoin Days Destroy. Check @kenoshaking's handle very shortly for Balanced Price, I'll dig into CVDD here.

Experiments on Cumulative Destruction
David Puell, Willy Woo

https://woobull.com/experiments-on-cumulative-destruction/



The bottom could be inside, purple line of the graph.  Wink
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April 10, 2019, 10:18:48 AM



I find it quite surprising that you would not know the significance of 21.

21 = 1/1 millionth of a bitcoin.  

And, a BTC accumulation goal of some peeps.
A bit arbitrary so passed my attention, but I guess it makes sense.

Completely arbitrary and doesn't make any sense.

Just by taking into account all the lost, burnt and destroyed BTC you can reduce this number by at least 20%
You can reduce the maximum of potentially circulating BTC, but not the maximum of potentially existing BTC.
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April 10, 2019, 10:24:37 AM
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I'm setting up my own BTCPay server for payments from people buying seasteads.

It's actually not too difficult if you go the LunaNode route (An ISP has integrated all of the packages for you with an easy to use configuration page).

So that took me a few hours this morning (Originally I was setting everything up on my computer but decided, screw it...I'll take the easy route).

As a special tribute to the dollar, we're doing our Initial Seastead Offering (ISeaO) on April 15th.

Protest the income tax by putting your 1% downpayment on buying a seastead.

https://ocean.builders/april-15th-initial-seastead-offering/
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April 10, 2019, 10:30:45 AM

Meantime it looks like we're snug in the 5200-5300 range. Not a bad improvement from the 2800-3000 range a few weeks ago.

Progress. But does it mean BC is worth more, or fiat is simply worth less?
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April 10, 2019, 10:39:03 AM

I'm setting up my own BTCPay server for payments from people buying seasteads.

It's actually not too difficult if you go the LunaNode route (An ISP has integrated all of the packages for you with an easy to use configuration page).

So that took me a few hours this morning (Originally I was setting everything up on my computer but decided, screw it...I'll take the easy route).

On the other side...accepting dollars is a pain in the ass. To do this we had to incorporate. This involved finding a country that won't tax us to death for not doing anything in their country. We had to meet in person and show proof to the lawyers. Pay them thousands of dollars (my LunaNode cost $20). Air fare, hotel, etc.

Now we will be setting up our Singapore bank account which will likely require another flight and hotels. Then the huge hassle of accepting credit cards or PayPal (for the earnest money downpayment) which we get to pay them for the convenience.

At some point, in the likely not too distant future, we will probably just say screw it...if you want a seastead you convert to bitcoins and join the sane people who use a sane money.

As a special tribute to the dollar, we're doing our Initial Seastead Offering (ISeaO) on April 15th.

Protest the income tax by putting your 1% downpayment on buying a seastead.

https://ocean.builders/april-15th-initial-seastead-offering/
Since you're already active in that area, would you mind answering a few questions regarding seasteading for me? The responses can be however brief since this won't be immediately relevant for quite a number of years to me, but I'd like to sketch out some future options regardless.


Is it plausible to create a small seasteading property on which you could have some sort of outdoor space, or at least indoor garden or small park?

Perhaps an inner courtyard type setup with or without a roof that may or may not be opened and closed?

Is it possible to get a per square meter cost estimate (excluding inventory)?

How do you go about acquiring "sea" (land/property) for something like this? Surely you can't just set up whatever arbitrarily?

Is this possible in areas where you don't have to worry about pirates or rely on guns? (I don't have a problem with guns, but I'd prefer it being an option as opposed to a necessity if that makes sense.)


Meantime it looks like we're snug in the 5200-5300 range. Not a bad improvement from the 2800-3000 range a few weeks ago.

Progress. But does it mean BC is worth more, or fiat is simply worth less?
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April 10, 2019, 10:39:19 AM



long time since i have read the name BAKKT Roll Eyes
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https://twitter.com/ProofOfSteve/status/1115820206838960134
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April 10, 2019, 10:46:03 AM

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The cat is being lifted by the tail, people are crazy.

Yeah, Hoomans are crazy...

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April 10, 2019, 10:47:29 AM

Meantime it looks like we're snug in the 5200-5300 range. Not a bad improvement from the 2800-3000 range a few weeks ago.

Progress. But does it mean BC is worth more, or fiat is simply worth less?

it wasn't 2.8K don't call it upon us Roll Eyes

let us be done with that 3K range as well, hopefully, but then again time will tell Smiley
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Maybe you can have 2 or 3 seastead apart from the set of owners, just to rent.
On a platform like airbnb, it may be another form of profitable, probably always have reservations.
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Did you get lost somehow and originally come from another timeline? Please share details.
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You can PM me the details if you're worried about the NSA. I'm also down for PGP.
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Maybe you can have 2 or 3 seastead apart from the set of owners, just to rent.
On a platform like airbnb, it may be another form of profitable, probably always have reservations.

Would be very good, bit of a try out of the seasteading life, I think the idea is awesome...
Also very possible this could be attractive for people, but it will take timebas many of the good idea's of today.

Keep us updated please and enjoy your adventure/life work...

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https://twitter.com/RedditBTC/status/1115929739775152128

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Maybe you can have 2 or 3 seastead apart from the set of owners, just to rent.
On a platform like airbnb, it may be another form of profitable, probably always have reservations.

I just had a group come out here last week to visit the seastead. One of them wants to do exactly that.

He wants to set up a SeaBnB on a few of these and get about 10 people to go in on one to split the cost/profit. He's figuring a 65% occupancy rate over 3 years pays for itself.

The configuration would be just a bed and bathroom instead of the standard which comes with a kitchen.

We also have a big investor that wants to set up an underwater restaurant. People visiting the restaurant will want a place to stay the night. We're figuring a capacity of 40 high end customers.
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April 10, 2019, 11:23:39 AM

bullish feeling for next hours/weekend
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April 10, 2019, 11:29:09 AM

bullish feeling for next hours/weekend

Hopefully, I’m feeling really positive about the recent price action. I think anybody predicting that the bottom isn’t in yet is an idiot. There’s so much positivity around at the moment, I see nothing but bullish action for the forseeable future.
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April 10, 2019, 11:35:40 AM

bullish feeling for next hours/weekend

Hopefully, I’m feeling really positive about the recent price action. I think anybody predicting that the bottom isn’t in yet is an idiot. There’s so much positivity around at the moment, I see nothing but bullish action for the forseeable future.

Thats true, but with BTC its always something special, during the bearmarket so much positive stuff and still it kept on dumping their.... the news becomes more and more irrelevant for the price action, still I enjoy positive stuff much more as negative Smiley
I like to see the user count keeps increasing over time, that Will be the most important thing of all....
More and more people Will get it and understand it and finally buy it, of-course there or those where it takes more time as with others, so consider us to be lucky ones Wink
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