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April 23, 2019, 11:56:43 AM

Calvin doesn’t believe Craig is Satoshi.  Calvin knows that many will believe that Craig is Satoshi, and that is enough.
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April 23, 2019, 12:02:37 PM

^ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg50730966#msg50730966

actually this coinbase/poloniex info-selling thing is getting seriously mysterious with 2 members confirming
witaf  Huh


Old news.  Just everyone has forgotten because Coinbase scandals are so regular.  

https://decryptmedia.com/5488/coinbase-data-sold-executive-leak

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“Our current providers were actually selling client data to outside sources and it was really compelling for us to get control over that and have proprietary technology that we could leverage to keep the data safe and protect our clients,” Sandler said.
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April 23, 2019, 12:10:08 PM

3% of American Retirees Own Some Bitcoin, While 33% Have No Idea What Bitcoin Is: Survey

https://cointelegraph.com/news/3-of-american-retirees-own-some-bitcoin-while-33-have-no-idea-what-bitcoin-is-survey

If I were in the United States, I would be part of the 3%, but with a difference, I am over 50 and I am not retired.

Waiting, fuckyourmoney. Cool

we have members of those 3% here, self described.
For certain (small) %% of people, age is mostly not a factor.
They keep going and learn new things well into their eighties, maybe slowing down in the nineties.

Personally, I doubt that it makes much difference about your age, because most people, young or old, have few clues about what the fuck bitcoin is, even if they may have heard the name.

Young people might be willing to take a bit more risk with their investments, based on their timeline, but older people will generally have a lot more money that they can invest (at least move around their various investments, even if the investment habits of Americans is likely to be subpar, as compared/contrasted with their inclination to consume... or to gamble)
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April 23, 2019, 12:10:43 PM
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@nutidah you okay bro? Heard news about earthquake in Philippines

Hey I'm good thanks for asking. The epicenter was in my previous province but I moved a few months ago. My favorite international airport (Clark) is fuct so I'm effectively trapped here for a while.

My effin laptop gave way recently so I am reduced to accessing the internet from my cell phone. Pretty sucky way to go through life. Praying that the repair techs in the mall can perform a miracle.. Can't even do my remote job but I'm lucky my boss had mercy on me and forwarded me some money for the week.

Living in the sticks without a computer and a shitty internet signal sucks balls. The hole in the floor toilet here is the least of my problems. Funny how much we take for granted in this day and age.

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April 23, 2019, 12:17:35 PM

once you have snake you never go back

One of my Naga friend say same thing about snakes and dogs.

So the thing about China is that their food handling is suboptimal.  

I was sitting in a hotel restaurant and ordered the fish.  About ten minutes later I hear some flapping wings behind me and look around for a bird that has somehow gotten into the restaurant.  Except it’s the waitress bringing me my fish in a wicker basket and it’s drowning in the air and flapping like a demented pigeon.  
‘Yes very fresh’ I say in my best Shanghaiese to her evident satisfaction as she pops the lid off the wicker basket showing me the struggling fish.  

Am in another restaurant a month later with some pals and one of them orders the fish soup.  I hear a flapping sound behind me.  The waitress rocks up with a big burlap sack that is flapping around and I take a look inside ready to say ‘yes very fresh’ to the fish.  But my pal neglected to mention he had ordered the python soup instead.  

And no, I didn’t go back. 
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April 23, 2019, 12:26:46 PM

“I was free for a moment. Probably the freest person in the world.” - Elwar

 

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 Godspeed U 2.


edit: Credit to MicG - it was his suggestion.
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April 23, 2019, 12:29:02 PM

Just some Hopium smoking thoughts, i dont really believe this will happen, but................

This will be the first halvening that the entire financial world knows what Bitcoin is. What if, induced by the end of rate hikes and quantitative tightening, institutions and retail soon start a massive front run on the next halvening that pushes us parabolic and takes us to 100k before the halving, only to have a massive dumpathon in the summer of 2020 with a brutal and heartbreaking  Roll Eyes crash to 20k.

Rate hikes and QT helped push us to the 3100 low, so now that they are both ending, it is easy to imagine a violent rush to 6k, and then a risk-on environment induced, massive front run of the halvening that all the institutions are sad they missed last go around.


Smoked some more, high as fuck on Hopium and Fomo vapors and now I see it clear as day.

INSTITUTIONS ARE COMING - 100K SOON  Grin

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April 23, 2019, 12:31:04 PM

We are not going anywhere until we can break it at $5500. 

With price currently below $5300, would not just getting to $5500 be -- by definition -- going somewhere?

I just sold some BTC and some ALTs. it sucks watching the market eveyday.

Watching the market everyday is optional with BTC. 

In other words, you can long term invest into BTC.

I don't know what the fuck you are talking about in regards to alts, but as long as you keep them below 5% of your stash, you might not need to watch them, either.... granted, even 5% might be too much of an alt coin allocation, depending on how you proportion them.
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April 23, 2019, 12:38:30 PM

This will be the first halvening that the entire financial world knows what Bitcoin is.
But, what if they are still not done buying cheap Bitcoins?
Or they already loaded their bags at the $3,xxx bottom?
$100,000 is too small for new ATH but before that, we should see first breaking our ATH at $19,xxx.
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April 23, 2019, 12:41:40 PM

“I was free for a moment. Probably the freest person in the world.” - Elwar

 

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 Godspeed U 2.


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Very Nice gonna put that one on when i’m home Wink

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April 23, 2019, 12:41:54 PM

via Imgflip Meme Generator

Whole of BTC-world knows this story and everybody is with Elwar, just so Nice to read and to hear he’s ok....

GoGoGo Elwar and be safe!!!
Has a major media outlet picked it up yet?

I heard a story on NPR about it today.

I am surprised by a belligerent reaction to what is essentially building a floating house.
Not sure that I understand this.

Me either. What's the difference between that and an anchored sailboat?

An anchored sailboat is mobile... in spite of the anchor...    Wink     Cheesy     Tongue   
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April 23, 2019, 12:45:46 PM

It feels good to have BTC 'children'.
My coiner friend - by his own initiative - took it to the next level:



First one in town, second one on the island.
Fees are high though, 9% to buy, 4.5% to sell (debatable after a certain volume).
Loved the paper wallet option - especially the legacy part - & the absence of KYC.

Watching him explain it to customers was priceless. Pure FOMO.
Lightning node & accepting BTC payments is next. Wink
I'm proud.
Please tell me that was an empty paper wallet and you did not just post a private key.
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April 23, 2019, 12:47:13 PM

And still, when that day comes then you Will always have to face the greedy demon of yes i’m rich where I wanna be when you reached your goal, but then many Will think It can be more and I wanna have more and NEW expensive things that are still out of reach Will become more interesting etc.... Smiley

When I reached however many trillions it was in paper value I celebrated by buying a second hand hat.

Then I sent it back because it was crap.

You live in Zimbabwe ?

Also XhomerX Made you a very NEW one.... wasn’t good as well Roll Eyes

Your Maybe not the most easy to please??
Goose, not sure you know who you're dealing with here



Hmmm, infofront dressed as gentlemand hodling Mic? What's this about?
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April 23, 2019, 12:47:41 PM

“I was free for a moment. Probably the freest person in the world.” - Elwar

 

 Avatar-sized

 

 Godspeed U 2.


edit: Credit to MicG - it was his suggestion.


Very Nice gonna put that one on when i’m home Wink

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April 23, 2019, 12:54:10 PM

Did Fudsters run out of Fud?

Remember in 14 and 15 when US Marshals would announce a Silk Road Bitcoin auction every time we had a strong rally.

No more auctions.

China Bans dont work anymore.

Chinese Miners cant block Segwit anymore.

Big Blockers already forked themselves into irrelevance and shame.

Craig Wright Fud isnt moving the market anymore.

Bitcoin uses all the electricity in the galaxy doesnt work anymore.


What will Fudsters do now?Huh?




Is this the end of FUD?

100k soon  Cheesy ??
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April 23, 2019, 01:04:13 PM

100k soon  Cheesy ??

I need to use the toilet, something has come up if you know what I mean Cheesy
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April 23, 2019, 01:08:07 PM

I don't know why would anybody risk his life to build a "seastead" while you can buy one of these:
BAVARIA C57





The interior is huge. There are people who actually live on these boats. Life is too short to risk it against dumb/corrupt governments. He already has the money to buy even a bigger boat than this and can live with his girlfriend without worrying about anything.
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