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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%)
Total Voters: 141

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May 22, 2019, 11:48:48 AM
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It's great that a city has many merchants that accept Bitcoin, the only thing missing in this, is barely anyone is spending their Bitcoins to buy things. Everybody just in hodl mode. If we want true adoption start spending and paying for things in BTC.

Iím going to be honest here - Iíve been invested in bitcoin (and constantly buying) since 2014.

I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin. I know Iíve never done it physically in a shop or something.

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May 22, 2019, 11:50:39 AM
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Iím going to be honest here - Iíve been invested in bitcoin (and constantly buying) since 2014.

I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin. I know Iíve never done it physically in a shop or something.

In other words, you are the posterboy for why Bitcoin is a bubble?
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May 22, 2019, 11:52:27 AM
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It's great that a city has many merchants that accept Bitcoin, the only thing missing in this, is barely anyone is spending their Bitcoins to buy things. Everybody just in hodl mode. If we want true adoption start spending and paying for things in BTC.

Iím going to be honest here - Iíve been invested in bitcoin (and constantly buying) since 2014.

I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin. I know Iíve never done it physically in a shop or something.



https://www.airvpn.org/

They take Bitcoin.  And they are bloody good. Hopefully obvious why you would use Bitcoin and not your credit card.
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May 22, 2019, 11:54:15 AM
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It's great that a city has many merchants that accept Bitcoin, the only thing missing in this, is barely anyone is spending their Bitcoins to buy things. Everybody just in hodl mode. If we want true adoption start spending and paying for things in BTC.

Iím going to be honest here - Iíve been invested in bitcoin (and constantly buying) since 2014.

I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin. I know Iíve never done it physically in a shop or something.


Shit I've spent too much, but it does help the holding during the bear market as the mentality is "fuck it, I've already gotten enough out of this investment even if it goes to zero" so the hodl strength is Strong.
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May 22, 2019, 11:54:26 AM
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Saving that in favourites Hairy, thanks. Will have a look when Iím not on an iPhone.
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May 22, 2019, 11:57:38 AM
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Shit I've spent too much, but it does help the holding during the bear market as the mentality is "fuck it, I've already gotten enough out of this investment even if it goes to zero" so the hodl strength is Strong.

Just looked at your registration date.....2012.....

I bet you bought a shit tonne of sickeningly cheap bitcoinís back then ans/or mined) Grin
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May 22, 2019, 12:00:37 PM
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After you
I most definitely will, next time I visit Arnhem. The thing is when a merchant who accepts Bitcoin, has not received many transactions with BTC, they tend to forget the action required to make a Bitcoin payment. Which makes the whole process of paying with Bitcoin irl slow.


Iím going to be honest here - Iíve been invested in bitcoin (and constantly buying) since 2014.

I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin. I know Iíve never done it physically in a shop or something.

I think the majority of people in crypto have not done a real life transaction. I hope the app made by Jack Dorsey will help change this in USA at least.
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May 22, 2019, 12:01:13 PM
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https://www.airvpn.org/

They take Bitcoin.  And they are bloody good. Hopefully obvious why you would use Bitcoin and not your credit card.

If you don't recognize the authority of the govt to spy on you, how is that different from my non-recognition of the authority of the US govt on the merit of it's overrun with Jews and blacks, and white people refuse to be 'governed' by either group since:  blacks - incompetent.  Jews - thieves/murderers/scammers/chronic liars.  Like white people will ever accept the authority of Mulatto babboons like AOC? LOL.  She can go fuck herself.
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May 22, 2019, 12:12:30 PM
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https://www.alfatop.me
It's great that a city has many merchants that accept Bitcoin, the only thing missing in this, is barely anyone is spending their Bitcoins to buy things. Everybody just in hodl mode. If we want true adoption start spending and paying for things in BTC.
~SNIP~

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

https://www.airvpn.org/

They take Bitcoin.  And they are bloody good. Hopefully obvious why you would use Bitcoin and not your credit card.
Still interested in spending your btc??
You can always add https://www.alfatop.me to your list if you need some mobile top up..
I just hope you are among the supported countries for this service. GL


Out of interest does anybody (except jbreher) still own any BCH or SV?
Team craig wright Roll Eyes
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May 22, 2019, 12:15:42 PM
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Non traceable (harder to trace) SIM cards is another great use case for Bitcoin
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https://www.alfatop.me
It's great that a city has many merchants that accept Bitcoin, the only thing missing in this, is barely anyone is spending their Bitcoins to buy things. Everybody just in hodl mode. If we want true adoption start spending and paying for things in BTC.
~SNIP~

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

https://www.airvpn.org/

They take Bitcoin.  And they are bloody good. Hopefully obvious why you would use Bitcoin and not your credit card.
Still interested in spending your btc??
You can always add https://www.alfatop.me to your list if you need some mobile top up..
I just hope you are among the supported countries for this service. GL


Out of interest does anybody (except jbreher) still own any BCH or SV?
Team craig wright Roll Eyes

Thanks for the links bro, I might spend my signature campaign money or something but my HODO stash is going nowhere until 2022/22.



Much, much higher prices LOADING.....



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May 22, 2019, 12:39:55 PM
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Where is Trollgoossens when you need him?  Trollgoossens, do you agree with the Daily Stormer Game of Thrones review?  (I don't watch that shit)

https://dailystormer.name/feminist-pro-immigration-queen-killed-by-aryan-manlet-autistic-incel-assumes-the-throne/
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It's great that a city has many merchants that accept Bitcoin, the only thing missing in this, is barely anyone is spending their Bitcoins to buy things. Everybody just in hodl mode. If we want true adoption start spending and paying for things in BTC.

Iím going to be honest here - Iíve been invested in bitcoin (and constantly buying) since 2014.

I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin.

I mean Iíve gambled with bitcoin then sold some & rebought but I donít think Iíve ever bought anything with bitcoin. I know Iíve never done it physically in a shop or something.



I've bought many things online but to be perfectly honest its just too much of a hassle to use in real stores in my area.  Its usually an area that claims to accept btc but the cashier doesn't know how it works and has to get help from the owner, and the worst is if they make you wait for a confirmation even though it is a 10 dollar transaction.  Would rather just use my card and be in and out.
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More bloodier than Deadwood
More fireworksier than Chinese New Year
More drugsier than The Wire
Duller than Soccer itself
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-people realising bitcoin is not for coffee or pizza - again
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May 22, 2019, 12:58:45 PM
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More tediouser than Game of Dragons
More bloodier than Deadwood
More fireworksier than Chines New Year
More drugsier than The Wire
Duller than Soccer itself
Shinier than a Lamorghini
TV's latest sensation is
The Wall

current episode #2391x featuring
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-fake coins, fake people
-merit circle jerk
-depressed gay intellectual
-soft pornos
-sex, trains, rockets, cats and dildos
-graphic pictures of lines going down and up
-people realising bitcoin is not for coffee or pizza - again

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I've bought many things online but to be perfectly honest its just too much of a hassle to use in real stores in my area.  Its usually an area that claims to accept btc but the cashier doesn't know how it works and has to get help from the owner, and the worst is if they make you wait for a confirmation even though it is a 10 dollar transaction.
You know what, that's a smart owner!
if you are going to go to a store and be economical on the fees, you pay the price... ''WYSIWYG''(what you spend is what you get) Tongue
The store owner might have had some bad experience with this and chose to go with the basics of waiting for atleast 1 confirmation, which is okay with me because you have to account for any possible double spending that can cancel out the first transaction and you are left with a negative 10 dollars. So better safe than sorry.

Would rather just use my card and be in and out.
Hope this doesn't count as advertising other service providers but wirex can save you with the same service as your visa or mastercard provider, just exchange you btc to fiat before getting to the store.
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May 22, 2019, 01:16:58 PM
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The immutability of the 1MB blocksize still stands if we throw out the word "protocol". Satoshi knew that once he slipped that blocksize limit into the core client, it would be there forever, and become the de facto standard in all bitcoin software implementations. That's why Garzik and the others were opposed to it at the time. Satoshi said that it was temporary, but he knew enough about game theory to realize 1MB blocks would become a Schelling Point within the bitcoin network if it was left in the core client long enough.

I agree fully with the above but unfortunately the 1MB block size has already been abandoned when segwit was introduced. This wasn't a prerequisite of segwit at all so it's a real shame and a real danger of having set a precedent (at least in the minds of some) for another increase in the future.

I hope there will never be another increase as every increase exponentially reduces the effective security of the network.

Segwit was a soft fork not a hard fork. Nothing was abandoned as its all 100% backwards compatible
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-people realising bitcoin is not for coffee or pizza - again

I will see your bet and raise you.  You say a lowly pizza or coffee is just not important enough to be permanently stored in some gigantic, tragedy of the commons database eternally.  In fact, NO TRANSACTION is.  Nor would you want your financial history sitting out in the open for everyone to see in the first place while simultaneously abolishing the 5th amendment.  Which is why these people called 'the goyim' invented a new technology called physical metals.  It has built-in pruning, fully anonymous transactions, infinite scaling, and far higher security than Bitcoin with total immunity to 51% attack.
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May 22, 2019, 01:37:48 PM
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Shit I've spent too much, but it does help the holding during the bear market as the mentality is "fuck it, I've already gotten enough out of this investment even if it goes to zero" so the hodl strength is Strong.

Just looked at your registration date.....2012.....

I bet you bought a shit tonne of sickeningly cheap bitcoinís back then ans/or mined) Grin
Yeah I was too young and too broke, my first coin was $50 which I promptly spent on a USB Asic, then I doubled down on every coin I mined for a bit. Fuck I was making $9 an hour then.

I wish I had a nice amount but I guess there's always time to make that happen.
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These papers are not for you to consume, all of his actions can be easily explained if you think of him as a man preparing a case for litigation. He's just preparing documents that he'll be submitting to court. Probably will try to trademark "Bitcoin" next.

Then why the sensational coingeek article? It was a well-timed pump job / maneuver backed by a well-written propaganda piece. It ultimately proves nothing, other than there is no apparent correlation between somebody's ability to invest and intelligence.
Calvin owns Coingeek that's why. He has an interest in lying and pumping based off nothing. Don't trust the media, even in crypto.
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