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September 07, 2019, 10:17:25 PM

There's a lot of evidence that Segwit is the alteration. Read the docs, the white paper
The same evidence that CSW is satoshi?

WTF are you on about? How could evidence of personal identity have anything whatsoever to do with evidence of protocol change?

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See any evidence of SegWit in the white paper? No?

Explicitly in front of your face. Willful dereliction of truthiness.

SegWit was indeed an alteration of the Bitcoin protocol. Undeniably. There is really no way to argue otherwise.

I am pretty confident the white paper doesn’t say anything about Turing completeness, legally enforceable smart contracts, token protocols,  large data storage capability and all the other shit in Bitcoin SV marketing
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September 07, 2019, 10:22:41 PM


WWII liberation celebration in Antwerp. And the images could be rOach birthday, but more likely the wet dream of the current crypto fascist mayor of the city, also party führer herr Dewever. Who is currently working hard to blow up the country by doing nothing... .  Grin Grin
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September 07, 2019, 10:22:50 PM

Hearing talk of putting mesh network antennas in phones next, as it's hardly against manufacturer's interests any more.
Which is nice.

Are you hip to David Rowe's work?

He did the mesh potato for village telco

The maths are beyond me, but fascinating work.
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September 07, 2019, 10:27:31 PM

There's a lot of evidence that Segwit is the alteration. Read the docs, the white paper
The same evidence that CSW is satoshi?

WTF are you on about? How could evidence of personal identity have anything whatsoever to do with evidence of protocol change?

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I'm not sure if you're trolling or trying to be serious.

Back at ya.

See any evidence of SegWit in the white paper? No?

Explicitly in front of your face. Willful dereliction of truthiness.

SegWit was indeed an alteration of the Bitcoin protocol. Undeniably. There is really no way to argue otherwise.

I am pretty confident the white paper doesn’t say anything about Turing completeness, legally enforceable smart contracts, token protocols,  large data storage capability and all the other shit in Bitcoin SV marketing


What I know is that SegWit was added to bitcoin via a soft fork.
A soft fork means that it can coexist with the previous version and doesn’t require people to choose which coin to support (aka hard fork).
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September 07, 2019, 10:33:36 PM
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.. however, part of the problem is then attempting to figure out where I would like to put such extra cashing out value... There will be a bit of a dilemma for me, that it would be better for me to attempt to resolve ahead of time, rather than trying to figure out that channeling of funds issue during another exponential BTC price rise, if that were to come again.   

Help others ... give them both the advice of your more than 30 years experience as well as a little start ... your prodigy just might be the next Warren Buffet.
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September 07, 2019, 10:44:58 PM
Last edit: September 07, 2019, 10:57:23 PM by Biodom

edit: done  Wink

Nope, but that's OK, we all know that Dabs is the champ as of now and mic is a balanced second.

Unrelated: watch out for Glupteba...
https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/09/07/serious-malware-warning-over-bitcoin-blockchain

Check out the third party ponderings of planB thesis:

https://twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/1170319555807391745
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September 07, 2019, 10:49:19 PM

About the Norway-Sweden "open border", a video showing it's actually not that open : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xq-ysPcjG-8

I quite liked the part about British men having been arrested for smuggling garlic through that border.

It's been like that since 1952 regardless of the different countries various and changing affiliations and memberships, and long before any single market.
The point is that it is neither unheard of nor hard to keep an open border. All you need is a will to do so.

Today's world is not the same. And you're talking about countries with a similar culture, not trying to compete with each other.

The UK wants to leave the EU as it feels special, and wants to become some kind of Ayn Randian utopia where anything goes.
The UK is special .what you going to do about it?

Personally, I will vote for politicians that will make sure you leave the EU and never come back.
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September 07, 2019, 10:56:30 PM

.. however, part of the problem is then attempting to figure out where I would like to put such extra cashing out value... There will be a bit of a dilemma for me, that it would be better for me to attempt to resolve ahead of time, rather than trying to figure out that channeling of funds issue during another exponential BTC price rise, if that were to come again.   

Help others ... give them both the advice of your more than 30 years experience as well as a little start ... your prodigy just might be the next Warren Buffet.

But that is exactly what JJG does. Be could blooded, not frozen, not boiling and thread lightely so no bull or whale or bear hears your steps... .  Cheesy Some dislike JJG long discours, but mostly he is saying interesting things. And just as everyone of us he also sometimes has a grumpy day... .  Wink Cheesy
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September 07, 2019, 11:13:10 PM
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WO September Statistics (Merits Received/Sent)

micgoossens received 45 sent 45
fillippone received 31 sent 12
SuperTA received 28 sent 27
makrospex received 27  sent 18
JayJuanGee  received 25  sent 39
LFC_Bitcoin received 21  sent 25

vroom received  19 sent 3
Globb0 received 18 sent 40
Icygreen received 18 sent 4
Toxic2040 received 18 sent 0
d_eddie received 17 sent 8
Last of the V8s received 17  sent 6
mindrust received 16  sent 20
xhomerx10  15 sent 4
VB1001 received 15 sent 13
Dabs received  14 sent 96  
Wilhelm received 14 sent 20
jojo69 received 14 sent 4

HairyMaclairy received 9  sent 11
Arriemoller received 9  sent 1
BobLawblaw received 9  sent 0
lightfoot received 6 sent 0
heslo received 6  sent 1

Raja_MBZ received 5  sent 4
Elwar received 5 sent 0
Lambie Slayer received 5  sent 0
Krubster received 5  sent 0
arewethereyet? received 5  sent 0

Torque received 4  sent 5
JimboToronto received 4 sent 4
nutildah received 4  sent 3
Negotiation received 4  sent 2
bkbirge received 4  sent 2
psycodad received 4  sent 1
Totscha received 4  sent 1
Dunkelheit667 received 3  sent 5
JSRAW received 3 sent 4
DaRude received 3 sent 2
Findingnemo received 3  sent 0
tranthidung received 3  sent 0
becoin received 3  sent 0

sirazimuth received 2  sent 5
jbreher received 2  sent 5
bitcoinPsycho received 2  sent 4
gentlemand 2  sent 4
DaRude received 2  sent 3
Ibian received 2 sent 1
Kylapoiss received  2 sent 1
Saint-loup received 2  sent 1
Pamoldar received 2  sent 0
nikauforest received 2  sent 0
GreatArkansas received 2  sent 0
STT received 2  sent 0
akhjob received  2 sent 0

vapourminer received 1 sent 9
cAPSLOCK received 1  sent 6
Ludwig Von received 1  sent 2
serveria.com received 1  sent 6
kingcolex received 1  sent 5
Wekkel received 1  sent 1
Majormax received 1 sent 1
smartcomet received 1  sent 1
hodl_2015 received 1  sent 0
Lucius received 1 sent 0
bitserve received 1 sent 0
Lauda received 1  sent 0
realr0ach received 1 sent 0
_javi_  received 1  sent 0
somac. received 1 sent 0


infofront 0  sent 4
P_Shep received 0  sent 3
bkbirge received 0  sent 2
ivomm received 0 sent 1
Cryptotourist received 0  sent 1
Phil_S received 0  sent 1
Hueristic received 0 sent 1
Bossian received 0  sent 1
hugeblack received
btcbeliever received 0 sent 1
rs1x received 0  sent 1


Ok, now the list is updated. Here are all WO users (69 users + some of donators) who posted at least 1x in WO this month . I didn't count users who didn't send or receive any merit in WO (September). I also included some users of the WO merit senders that i could find for this month, even if they didn't have any post here.
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September 07, 2019, 11:20:18 PM

WO September Statistics (Merits Received/Sent)

micgoossens received 45 sent 45
fillippone received 31 sent 12
SuperTA received 28 sent 27
makrospex received 27  sent 18
JayJuanGee  received 25  sent 39
LFC_Bitcoin received 21  sent 25

vroom received  19 sent 3
Globb0 received 18 sent 40
Icygreen received 18 sent 4
Toxic2040 received 18 sent 0
d_eddie received 17 sent 8
Last of the V8s received 17  sent 6
mindrust received 16  sent 20
xhomerx10  15 sent 4
VB1001 received 15 sent 13
Dabs received  14 sent 96  
Wilhelm received 14 sent 20
jojo69 received 14 sent 4

HairyMaclairy received 9  sent 11
Arriemoller received 9  sent 1
BobLawblaw received 9  sent 0
lightfoot received 6 sent 0
heslo received 6  sent 1

Raja_MBZ received 5  sent 4
Elwar received 5 sent 0
Lambie Slayer received 5  sent 0
Krubster received 5  sent 0
arewethereyet? received 5  sent 0

Torque received 4  sent 5
JimboToronto received 4 sent 4
nutildah received 4  sent 3
Negotiation received 4  sent 2
psycodad received 4  sent 1
Totscha received 4  sent 1
Dunkelheit667 received 3  sent 5
JSRAW received 3 sent 4
DaRude received 3 sent 2
Findingnemo received 3  sent 0
tranthidung received 3  sent 0
becoin received 3  sent 0

sirazimuth received 2  sent 5
jbreher received 2  sent 5
bitcoinPsycho received 2  sent 4
gentlemand 2  sent 4
DaRude received 2  sent 3
Ibian received 2 sent 1
Kylapoiss received  2 sent 1
Saint-loup received 2  sent 1
Pamoldar received 2  sent 0
nikauforest received 2  sent 0
GreatArkansas received 2  sent 0
STT received 2  sent 0
akhjob received  2 sent 0

vapourminer received 1 sent 9
cAPSLOCK received 1  sent 6
Ludwig Von received 1  sent 2
serveria.com received 1  sent 6
kingcolex received 1  sent 5
Wekkel received 1  sent 1
Majormax received 1 sent 1
smartcomet received 1  sent 1
hodl_2015 received 1  sent 0
Lucius received 1 sent 0
bitserve received 1 sent 0
Lauda received 1  sent 0
realr0ach received 1 sent 0
_javi_  received 1  sent 0
somac. received 1 sent 0


infofront 0  sent 4
P_Shep received 0  sent 3
bkbirge received 0  sent 2
ivomm received 0 sent 1
Cryptotourist received 0  sent 1
Phil_S received 0  sent 1
Hueristic received 0 sent 1
Bossian received 0  sent 1
hugeblack received 0  sent 1
btcbeliever received 0 sent 1
rs1x received 0  sent 1


Ok, now the list is updated. Here are all WO users (79 users) who posted at least 1x in WO this month. I didn't count users who didn't send or receive any merit in WO (September). I also included all of the WO merit senders that i could find for this month, even if they didn't have any post here.

And now you have one more! You are a data freak, good for me, I am an emotion freak so that adds on!  Cheesy
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September 07, 2019, 11:26:51 PM
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WO September Statistics (Merits Received/Sent)

micgoossens received 45 sent 45
fillippone received 31 sent 12
SuperTA received 28 sent 27
makrospex received 27  sent 18
JayJuanGee  received 25  sent 39
LFC_Bitcoin received 21  sent 25

vroom received  19 sent 3
Globb0 received 18 sent 40
Icygreen received 18 sent 4
Toxic2040 received 18 sent 0
d_eddie received 17 sent 8
Last of the V8s received 17  sent 6
mindrust received 16  sent 20
xhomerx10  15 sent 4
VB1001 received 15 sent 13
Dabs received  14 sent 96  
Wilhelm received 14 sent 20
jojo69 received 14 sent 4

HairyMaclairy received 9  sent 11
Arriemoller received 9  sent 1
BobLawblaw received 9  sent 0
lightfoot received 6 sent 0
heslo received 6  sent 1

Raja_MBZ received 5  sent 4
Elwar received 5 sent 0
Lambie Slayer received 5  sent 0
Krubster received 5  sent 0
arewethereyet? received 5  sent 0

Torque received 4  sent 5
JimboToronto received 4 sent 4
nutildah received 4  sent 3
Negotiation received 4  sent 2
psycodad received 4  sent 1
Totscha received 4  sent 1
Dunkelheit667 received 3  sent 5
JSRAW received 3 sent 4
DaRude received 3 sent 2
Findingnemo received 3  sent 0
tranthidung received 3  sent 0
becoin received 3  sent 0

sirazimuth received 2  sent 5
jbreher received 2  sent 5
bitcoinPsycho received 2  sent 4
gentlemand 2  sent 4
DaRude received 2  sent 3
Ibian received 2 sent 1
Kylapoiss received  2 sent 1
Saint-loup received 2  sent 1
Pamoldar received 2  sent 0
nikauforest received 2  sent 0
GreatArkansas received 2  sent 0
STT received 2  sent 0
akhjob received  2 sent 0

vapourminer received 1 sent 9
cAPSLOCK received 1  sent 6
Ludwig Von received 1  sent 2
serveria.com received 1  sent 6
kingcolex received 1  sent 5
Wekkel received 1  sent 1
Majormax received 1 sent 1
smartcomet received 1  sent 1
hodl_2015 received 1  sent 0
Lucius received 1 sent 0
bitserve received 1 sent 0
Lauda received 1  sent 0
realr0ach received 1 sent 0
_javi_  received 1  sent 0
somac. received 1 sent 0


infofront 0  sent 4
P_Shep received 0  sent 3
bkbirge received 0  sent 2
ivomm received 0 sent 1
Cryptotourist received 0  sent 1
Phil_S received 0  sent 1
Hueristic received 0 sent 1
Bossian received 0  sent 1
hugeblack received 0  sent 1
btcbeliever received 0 sent 1
rs1x received 0  sent 1


Ok, now the list is updated. Here are all WO users (68 users) who posted at least 1x in WO this month. I didn't count users who didn't send or receive any merit in WO (September). I also included some users of the WO merit senders that i could find for this month, even if they didn't have any post here.

I give up...either you put me on ignore (fair enough) OR I am the ghost at your IP address.
Interesting...and somewhat bewildering.
A ghost in WO machine?
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Oh, man i was sure i added you to the list, cuz i know i browsed through your profile when edited. I probably forgot to save. Sorry, i browsed through almost 200 profiles.
I updated.  Cheesy

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September 07, 2019, 11:37:31 PM

Oh, man i was sure i added you to the list, cuz i know i browsed through your profile when edited. I probably forgot to save. Sorry, i browsed through almost 200 profiles.
I updated.  Cheesy

Thanks, I was starting to ponder my own existence  Cool
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I was also a little bit distracted. Because some of the users received/sent a merit today and i had to add them and edit again.
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September 07, 2019, 11:45:45 PM

I was also a little bit distracted. Because some of the users received a merit today and i had to add them and edit again.

Sure.
How about a nice chart (we all like charts)?
We need to one-up that planB fella and HM's fractal is lagging, albeit it would match at some point if we would be in the range for a while.
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Golden cross on the weekly, as the 30 week (green) crosses the 100 week (orange) from below.  In 2015, this golden cross occurred during a period of extended consolidation.  In 2019, this cross occurs during a period of extended consolidation...

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September 07, 2019, 11:58:34 PM

Golden cross.  Cheesy
Without it, I know Bitcoin will do have to reconsolidate, for months. In my opinion, its reconsolidation will not finish earlier than late of December this year. From that month, bitcoin might jump into its new bullish trend, that might be triggered officially in later half of March in 2020.
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September 08, 2019, 12:05:51 AM

Golden cross.  Cheesy
Without it, I know Bitcoin will do have to reconsolidate, for months. In my opinion, its reconsolidation will not finish earlier than late of December this year. From that month, bitcoin might jump into its new bullish trend, that might be triggered officially in later half of March in 2020.

I believe we will have a rally in October that will push us higher.  It is certainly within the realms of possibility, although unlikely, that we could go sideways from here all the way to June 2020.  But I don't think that will happen. 
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