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Question: Oct. 31 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (5.4%)
<$7,000 - 6 (10.7%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 2 (3.6%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 4 (7.1%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 10 (17.9%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 9 (16.1%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 5 (8.9%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 4 (7.1%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 4 (7.1%)
>$10,500 - 4 (7.1%)
>$20,000 - 5 (8.9%)
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September 11, 2019, 06:46:03 PM

I prefer offtopic talking about precious metals or dirty fiat, but please, take the Bcash talk to another place.

I prefer rocket/train memes and cleavage  Grin
Let's not forget about double bottoms - or single ones, actually.
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September 11, 2019, 07:10:28 PM

Wait so Bitcoin = bad because Segwit is "indeed an alteration of the Bitcoin protocol"

BTC is suboptimal not merely because SegWit is an alteration, but because the SegWit Omnibus Changeset is a net negative alteration.

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but bcash Bsv = good because their shitty changes are "legitimate claim to a protocol change"

One of the things that makes BSV good is that it is being incrementally returned to the original Bitcoin protocol.

Do try to keep up.

Thus coming back to my comment about original design of planes not having jet engines and cars not having air bags etc... Can you provide any other technology which was not improved and is stuck at its original design? BSv's whole premise relies on cult thinking rather than logic. The design of first car, computer, TV etc etc etc have little to do with their current revisions and no one cares about ENIAC and steam powered cars.

U in principle say that original Bitcoin (pre alterations incl Segwit) didn't work, had no enjines, no proper script  whatsoever

But that is the cult, that core / BS created , i.o. to sell u 2nd layer and script 'engines' cause it s still on the cult ticker btc.

Take a step back, not Back, but back to the roots (yeah, it could get a cult)

Jackass

Guess this is a full agree in ur lang.

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September 11, 2019, 07:20:47 PM

I prefer offtopic talking about precious metals or dirty fiat, but please, take the Bcash talk to another place.

I prefer rocket/train memes and cleavage  Grin

 Mmmm... cleavage


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September 11, 2019, 07:26:47 PM

I have a technical question about my bitcoin node for my fellow verifiers.

My bitcoin node runs on a linux box. I kept it switched off while I was away. When I got back, I found the main drive had some problem, so I replaced it and reinstalled the system and some of the software, including bitcoind. So far so good. After this, I proceeded to restore the latest daily backup of the .bitcoin directory, which among other things contains the local copy of the blockchain. I then left the node running to verify and sync.

The surprise came when the catching up was done, and I launched the new daily backup. I use rsync, so only files that have changed actually get transferred. Well, apparently about half of the blocks need uploading to backup, which was never the case during my previous daily backup routine. Why have older block files changed?

I'm talking about blk0XXXX.dat files. The latest is blk01790.dat, so I expected the backup to begin well after blk01000.dat, but the current backup (still running) begins with

Code:
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00028.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00031.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00033.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00036.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00037.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00038.dat

What could have happened?

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September 11, 2019, 07:43:20 PM
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I have a technical question about my bitcoin node for my fellow verifiers.

My bitcoin node runs on a linux box. I kept it switched off while I was away. When I got back, I found the main drive had some problem, so I replaced it and reinstalled the system and some of the software, including bitcoind. So far so good. After this, I proceeded to restore the latest daily backup of the .bitcoin directory, which among other things contains the local copy of the blockchain. I then left the node running to verify and sync.

The surprise came when the catching up was done, and I launched the new daily backup. I use rsync, so only files that have changed actually get transferred. Well, apparently about half of the blocks need uploading to backup, which was never the case during my previous daily backup routine. Why have older block files changed?

I'm talking about blk0XXXX.dat files. The latest is blk01790.dat, so I expected the backup to begin well after blk01000.dat, but the current backup (still running) begins with

Code:
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00028.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00031.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00033.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00036.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00037.dat
.bitcoin/blocks/blk00038.dat

What could have happened?



I run a node but I’m not that tech gifted if I’m perfectly honest. You might be better off posting this here -

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=4.0

achow101, the mod on that sub is close to genius level. He’s saved my ass (thinking I’ve lost a lot of coins a few times).

He replies to most threads & that’s also where the gifted techies hang out.
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September 11, 2019, 08:29:02 PM

Thanks, LFC! I just posted my question in the subforum you suggested.
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September 11, 2019, 08:35:22 PM

Thanks, LFC! I just posted my question in the subforum you suggested.

Yeah, you’ll get answers there, I’m sure of it. Those guys are really helpful.
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September 11, 2019, 09:05:23 PM

I have a dog with no legs.  I call him Cigarette because every evening when I get home from work I take him for a drag.

My sister had a dog with 3 legs, she named it Fraction. Great dog, couldn't jump as well as others but can't say the handicap really affected him much. Fur reals.

Reminds me of the farmer who kept a 3 legged pig for a pet.
When asked by his neighbor how it lost a leg,
the farmer replied, “well, him being well trained and all, I don’t want to eat him all at once.....
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September 11, 2019, 09:26:12 PM

In this analysis, the main thing is that an impulse may arise that raises the price to $ 15.3k, but if they do not defend the positions, it can remain at $ 7.4k.



https://cointelegraph.com/news/price-analysis-11-09-btc-eth-xrp-bch-ltc-bnb-eos-bsv-xmr-ada

On the other hand when viewing the graph in tensorcharts, at 1 day, it is noted that there is not much volume, if the price falls with low volume means that there is no demand, there is almost no interest in shopping there, the offer may appear in levels of higher prices, I am much more inclined to go up and I think I am going against many analysts ..




The arrows indicate the number of transactions or the number of orders there are, at higher levels there is more negotiation interest.

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September 11, 2019, 09:57:46 PM

Reminds me of the farmer who kept a 3 legged pig for a pet.
When asked by his neighbor how it lost a leg,
the farmer replied, “well, him being well trained and all, I don’t want to eat him all at once.....
Cheesy  great joke!
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September 11, 2019, 09:58:09 PM

Wait so Bitcoin = bad because Segwit is "indeed an alteration of the Bitcoin protocol"

BTC is suboptimal not merely because SegWit is an alteration, but because the SegWit Omnibus Changeset is a net negative alteration.

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but bcash Bsv = good because their shitty changes are "legitimate claim to a protocol change"

One of the things that makes BSV good is that it is being incrementally returned to the original Bitcoin protocol.

Do try to keep up.

Thus coming back to my comment about original design of planes not having jet engines and cars not having air bags etc... Can you provide any other technology which was not improved and is stuck at its original design? BSv's whole premise relies on cult thinking rather than logic. The design of first car, computer, TV etc etc etc have little to do with their current revisions and no one cares about ENIAC and steam powered cars.

U in principle say that original Bitcoin (pre alterations incl Segwit) didn't work, had no enjines, no proper script  whatsoever

But that is the cult, that core / BS created , i.o. to sell u 2nd layer and script 'engines' cause it s still on the cult ticker btc.

Take a step back, not Back, but back to the roots (yeah, it could get a cult)

Jackass

Guess this is a full agree in ur lang.

Cheers
I didn't say it didn't work for it's time, but all things change, and improve for the better, deal with it. Trying to stick to original design because it's somehow divine and refuse changes citing code v0.1 as some kind of bible is cult thinking, not engineering. Like i said no one cares about specs for ENIAC just as no one cares about BSv or bcash.
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September 11, 2019, 10:03:13 PM

Thanks, LFC! I just posted my question in the subforum you suggested.

Yeah, you’ll get answers there, I’m sure of it. Those guys are really helpful.

First was "our" fillippone ;-)
Boblawblaw also runs a node, but he isn't posting that much recently.
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September 11, 2019, 10:26:14 PM

Yeah, and my answer was an embarrassment to myself (I am running a node too) and all the deeply technical community of that board.
I’d better stick to posting train memes on WO!
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September 11, 2019, 10:38:48 PM

Come on don't be so hard on yourself man, you're a legendary poster at heart already.
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September 11, 2019, 10:46:06 PM

Hong Kong makes $37 billion bid for the London Stock Exchange

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London (CNN Business)Hong Kong has just made a surprise £30 billion ($37 billion) takeover bid for the London Stock Exchange.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKXCF) (HKEX) said Wednesday it had made a proposal to the LSE (LNSTY) to combine the two companies in a cash and share deal worth £29.6 billion, or £31.6 billion ($39 billion) including debt.

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/11/investing/hong-kong-london-stock-exchange/index.html

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There is no way China should be allowed to buy the LSE.  Surely this deal will be blocked. 
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September 11, 2019, 10:51:49 PM
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Come on don't be so hard on yourself man, you're a legendary poster at heart already.
I’m only good at this:
Observing @10,148



Relevant train :
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September 11, 2019, 11:58:54 PM

Boblawblaw also runs a node, but he isn't posting that much recently.

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September 12, 2019, 12:05:17 AM

I run a node... recently updated to 0.18.1
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September 12, 2019, 12:43:04 AM

I was looking for a good photo to show how Rebel might be getting wifi in a poor village. I googled shithole European town and found a medium article where a guy was talking about going back home to visit where he grew up and facing the fact that he was from a shithole. Didnt read the article but the pics he put in it were gold for my purposes. Kudos for catching the exact place!  

ROTFL...


Any mis- is in your misattribution of ulterior motive to my actions, which causes you to invent things in my writings that are not there.

Huh?  Funny I still see you making misinformation's, and spinning matters.  I did not realize that I was causing it.  


Apparently you are all powerful!

Do you posses these!?!



Lol, I remember the runes of Dota2 online game here.


Havn't tried that game.




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September 12, 2019, 12:44:15 AM

I have seen some comments of yachts.

When you have a boat there are only two happy days:

- The day you buy it and the day you sell it. Wink

OR the day you leave it on the bottom of the ocean like I did. Wink

Sunk 5 times!
Finally gave up, amusingly the type of boat is nick named "Leaky lucille".

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