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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 1 (4.3%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (4.3%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 1 (4.3%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 3 (13%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 7 (30.4%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 4 (17.4%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 4 (17.4%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 1 (4.3%)
>$14,000 - 1 (4.3%)
Total Voters: 23

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June 11, 2019, 04:11:50 AM


The more other currencies stick to their dependencies like 3rd party trust, the more people will move into BTC in the future.
Facebooks 1984 coin will be the example par excellence.
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June 11, 2019, 04:13:04 AM

Facebooks 1984 coin will be the example par excellence.
Don't worry. I love my shadowbanned farmville coins!

What a riot.
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June 11, 2019, 04:21:41 AM

Good morning Bitcoinland. Geeze it's 8:30AM. What's happening to me? I used to be an "up at the crack of noon" kind of guy. Now I'm keeping farmers' hours. It's the GF's fault. She drags me off to bed earlier and wakes me up earlier every day.

I see we've fired another volley in the Great Siege of $4k... currently $8005USD/$10625CAD. The battle rages on.

Go Bitcoin go.

Since we are on old humor mood:
FIAT stands for Fix It Again Tony.

Fix Or Repair Daily?

Found on Road Dead?


Classic WO reaction to the bitsptamp ddos at the head and sholders neckline.

To the extent that there is some factual reality to a bitstamp ddos, which remains news to me (likely a FUD spreading attempt since it is coming from you):  you are coming off as a bit desperate in your attempted cave allegory readings of the bitcoin price dynamics, but I suppose you are not appearing any worse desperate than you were a few weeks ago...

I will concede that there is still some hope that your ongoing negative balance $6k BTC sell orders might be profitably redeemable in the future (absent the opportunity costs of your dumbass having had sold too much too soon).

I would applaud your opportunity for having had learned a lesson, but through your persistently stubborn posts, you have already sufficiently demonstrated that you don't lurn much too easily.   Tongue  So, in that regard, it remains difficult to feel sorry for you, too.   Cry

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 on the edge of Valles Marineris in the east Tharsis region of mars.  Tongue
It took a while to transmit all the images back to earth to finish the animation Smiley


Very Cool.

Some RL issue ...... Have to miss my GF 10 days as she needs to go with her boss to Vegas... she works for him and he go's for 4 weeks or something  Sad

Good thing is I could of go with but I have some stuff of my own to do Roll Eyes So nice as he is, my GF can take a (female)friend of hers on his expenses...
Good he's a true good friend of me and I have many people I know there, otherwise I almost have to become jealous (meh, i'm not the most jealous one and I know me GF pretty good ....), though she needed to come cause he will have some crypto related stuff I think besides of poker there...

Some of you guys in Vegas during the Series??

Which Hotel did you say that was? Cheesy


Caitlin Long writes some great pieces.

Facebooks 1984 coin will be the example par excellence.
Don't worry. I love my shadowbanned farmville coins!

What a riot.

I don't even know what this means but it sounds funny. Smiley

Yay, Caught up and now I can crash! Cheesy
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June 11, 2019, 04:34:56 AM


I've seen every iteration/version of that vid like a million times and still to this day, I lmfao every time I click on it...thanx bro!

Funny bit is how dated it is: 5000btc for a "million dollar pizza"? Off by a factor of 40....



Here's an oldie but goodie Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHg8qIKJo1I

Dump right before the moon and tried to troll with this vid.

I'm pretty sure it was Risto, which makes it even funnier! Cheesy


You guys are wasting your time with that LeRoux crap

Yeah, but not as much time as scrolling past JJG's screeds.

 


hahahahahahahahaha


Whoa za!!!!!


Look at the haters.


Your lil scrolling finger must really be hurting.  pobrecito.   Cry




I literally got 2 shots because of it last October! True fact. Smiley

Both inside fingers, really sucked riding the bike when you need 2 hands to grab the brake! I scroll with my pinky alot now. Cheesy



One of the reasons that I put that crying icon in my earlier post.  Because I feel a lot of sympathy.   Cry Cry  Cry Cry  Lots.

Can you still do this?




 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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June 11, 2019, 04:35:49 AM


I don't share the author's optimism that it would be good for bitcoin.
Neutral at best, in my opinion.
In addition, it could cause economic instability and will be most likely banned in a many countries, like China, India, Russia, etc.
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June 11, 2019, 04:48:47 AM

ok can't bear this any more
isn't theymos (very marginally) late with the DT1 list?
what's he cooking up now?
because this has to happen http://loyce.club/trust/ranking/1067333.html  Cool
any of our posh friends hear anything on the grapevine? LFc, nutildah, bones  Huh

Welcome to DT1 Mic and V8 :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5117330.msg51424908#msg51424908

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June 11, 2019, 05:01:01 AM

https://www.phillyvoice.com/pennsylvania-traffic-circles-causing-tornadoes-weather-2019

This guy is probably one of Trump's advisors regarding climate change.
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June 11, 2019, 05:02:29 AM

100 Bitcoin Users Perform What Might Be Largest ‘CoinJoin’ Transaction Ever

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The community behind the privacy-centric bitcoin app Wasabi Wallet recently brought together 100 people to collectively execute a “CoinJoin” transaction on bitcoin in what might be the biggest event of its kind.

Some context: bitcoin itself is far from private, as users can, via the blockchain, see where coins are being transferred to and from. One effort to afford greater privacy to transactions is CoinJoin, a long-standing technology first proposed in 2013 by long-time bitcoin idea man and cryptographer Greg Maxwell. The idea is that transactions can be made more private by jumbling a number of different transactions together and then redistributing them.

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-users-perform-what-might-be-the-largest-coinjoin-ever?

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100 Bitcoin Users Perform What Might Be Largest ‘CoinJoin’ Transaction Ever

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The community behind the privacy-centric bitcoin app Wasabi Wallet recently brought together 100 people to collectively execute a “CoinJoin” transaction on bitcoin in what might be the biggest event of its kind.

Some context: bitcoin itself is far from private, as users can, via the blockchain, see where coins are being transferred to and from. One effort to afford greater privacy to transactions is CoinJoin, a long-standing technology first proposed in 2013 by long-time bitcoin idea man and cryptographer Greg Maxwell. The idea is that transactions can be made more private by jumbling a number of different transactions together and then redistributing them.

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-users-perform-what-might-be-the-largest-coinjoin-ever?

Good morning WO,s

This is not a very “new” news, but it’s terribly important!
Fungibility is now one of the biggest problem in bitcoin. If bitcoin can be “marked down” because of say, they come from a suspicious activity, theft, an activity deemed as censourable by an arbitrary counterpart or anything else, different prices for different UTXO can coexist. This is very bad quality for a coin that aims at being used as world settlement currency.
Simply put: privacy is really important and not accessible, until coinjoins, to users.

This is one of the most important news in bitcoin lately.

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...he spent a large number of months talking his book and denigrating ...

Perhaps you may find a mirror to be of some use, JJG. The only denigrating I see is coming from you.

Can you 'splained ur selfie?

Yeah. I 'splain myself. You have been nothing but rude to joiniv, attacking him/her as if your bullish sentiment is somehow morally superior to his/her bearish outlook.

I'm as bullish as the next guy. I don't agree with joiniv's outlook. But I see no call for your rudeness (IOW, denigration). And to accuse joiniv of being denigrating is beyond the pale. As you are constantly the one escalating the hostilities.
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...he spent a large number of months talking his book and denigrating ...

Perhaps you may find a mirror to be of some use, JJG. The only denigrating I see is coming from you.

Can you 'splained ur selfie?

Yeah. I 'splain myself. You have been nothing but rude to joiniv, attacking him/her as if your bullish sentiment is somehow morally superior to his/her bearish outlook.

I'm as bullish as the next guy. I don't agree with joiniv's outlook. But I see no call for your rudeness (IOW, denigration). And to accuse joiniv of being denigrating is beyond the pale. As you are constantly the one escalating the hostilities.

I will let the words of my earlier posts speak for themselves, picnic bear...  
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June 11, 2019, 06:46:05 AM

yup, re-jiggering, he did warn

A conspiracy theory not of my own is that if our benevolent overlord does make some re-jiggerings then they will likely have the end result of adding Og back to the list. We'll have to see how that plays out.

Edit: spoke too soon. He is back on but that's thanks to the addition of a buttload new members. Congrats mindtrust, fillippone, V8's and micgoossens!


Good afternoon WOs. Been going to bed later and waking up later. I can miss the mornings entirely when there's no construction going on in the new building next door.

My girlfriend had what turned out to be an ant trapped in her ear. And it was one of the bitey ants. We tried to drown it with olive oil like the internet says, but that only made it mad. So she insisted we go to the hospital, which was a waste of money as the doctor couldn't get it out. Try not to go to a hospital in the Philippines if you have the option.

The thing eventually died about 24 hours later, but only after it had bitten the shit out of her ear. She had bleeding and temporary hearing loss... All is good now though. Just thought I would share that fun story with you.
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June 11, 2019, 07:56:27 AM

https://www.phillyvoice.com/pennsylvania-traffic-circles-causing-tornadoes-weather-2019

This guy is probably one of Trump's advisors regarding climate change.
You saying the climate aint changing?
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https://www.phillyvoice.com/pennsylvania-traffic-circles-causing-tornadoes-weather-2019

This guy is probably one of Trump's advisors regarding climate change.
You saying the climate aint changing?

I guess, its sarcasm. kenzawak has a habit of making jokes with flat face, in that case without adding emoji Cheesy
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June 11, 2019, 08:25:18 AM

Dobby is Free!

Sinister creature caught on CCTV looks like Dobby from Harry Potter

https://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/sinister-creature-caught-on-cctv-looks-like-dobby-from-harry-potter/news-story/4d124f518fda20691af3703093bc92d2

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June 11, 2019, 09:57:27 AM

How about LITECOIN ?

Halving coming up in about 60 days

now we got the 50w EMA Golden Cross
and the 100w EMA Golden Cross in the coming weeks.

Looks really good


How high can it go?
that is the question
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June 11, 2019, 10:44:28 AM

This non-mooning is really becoming tiring.
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June 11, 2019, 10:54:38 AM

How about LITECOIN ?

Halving coming up in about 60 days

now we got the 50w EMA Golden Cross
and the 100w EMA Golden Cross in the coming weeks.

Looks really good


How high can it go?
that is the question


The question is how many people can you convince? 

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My girlfriend had what turned out to be an ant trapped in her ear. And it was one of the bitey ants. We tried to drown it with olive oil like the internet says, but that only made it mad. So she insisted we go to the hospital, which was a waste of money as the doctor couldn't get it out. Try not to go to a hospital in the Philippines if you have the option.

The thing eventually died about 24 hours later, but only after it had bitten the shit out of her ear. She had bleeding and temporary hearing loss... All is good now though. Just thought I would share that fun story with you.

for foreign objects in the ear, an ear nose and throat doctor is the go to solution (they have the tools and expertise to not damage the eardrum). and bugs in the ear are a priority appointment, call and tell them they will get you in that day. im surprised the ED didnt refer you to one.

source: i worked at an ENT practice. caller with bug in ear? come on down now. we got bugs in the ear all the time. although children putting the most surprising things in their nose was the most common. kids putting batteries in their nose was the worse (corrosive if they leaked). if we couldnt get it out in the office a surgery was scheduled that day. mainly for anesthesia, no cutting was involved. but the tools had to do pretty far up, its amazing how big the sinuses are.



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