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November 07, 2019, 08:53:23 PM

"In code we trust" - a bullshit propaganda phrase last used by Ethereum before it turned out to be 'In Vitalik we trust' instead - makes zero sense when bitcoin is controlled entirely by real world externalities that have nothing to do with code.  The 'code' just facilitates those actors who...don't actually run on code themselves.  

So PoW, longest chain, and all the other buzzword bullshit has no real effect because they don't reside on the top hierarchical structure structure of power in the real world such as the law, physical force, and numerous other variables. The results of PoW are essentially meaningless, which doesn't even solve rough consensus attack.  In summary, this all translates back into the old expression:  if you don't hold it, you don't own it.  And Bitcoin is just distributed (but not decentralized) cloud banking.  It's not even possible to take possesion of a Bitcoin.  A 'coin' is a slice of a virtual bread loaf that always resides in the cloud.
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Caution: Possible Shitfuckery



... a bit later ...

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Are there non-physical metals? Because I keep wondering why you call them physical metals, when you can call them just metals.
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Can easily tell BTC was going to drop today.  Long vs shorts are way too high, and ESF Jewish central bankers just rigged metals down while rigging stocks up.  It's blatantly obvious the same kikes have been attempting to try and rig BTC to the same up and down cycles as metals, so here comes the ESF trying to rig Bitcoin down at the same time they manipulate metals too.  

These fucktards don't seem to quite understand that under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will I ever dump metals to buy overpriced stocks, and digital shitcoiners are all mentally insane and think the price is going to $1 trillion each so never will either.  They'd dump shitcoins for metals way before stocks.  There is NOBODY looking to be a stock or bond bagholder no matter how much manipulation they do.
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November 07, 2019, 09:40:58 PM

Are there non-physical metals? Because I keep wondering why you call them physical metals, when you can call them just metals.
What is physical metal?
I only know Digital Gold.
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Are there non-physical metals? Because I keep wondering why you call them physical metals, when you can call them just metals.

They're called unallocated metals.  Like buying some garbage on the Comex where 250 people all own the same troy ounce - rehypothecation.  But if Comex is transferring EFP contracts to London for delivery, maybe there's already been a technical default here so it's more like infinity:1 leverage.  Now the scumbag 'Queen' herself has to pay up and dislocate metals every day to keep the system running.
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Are there non-physical metals? Because I keep wondering why you call them physical metals, when you can call them just metals.
What is physical metal?
I only know Digital Gold.


Physical ["precious"] metals are basically analog bitcoin. They're heavy, cumbersome physical materials that rich people used to trade for livestock 500 years ago, before the advent of digital gold.
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November 07, 2019, 10:20:37 PM

2.33B not bad ...

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BTC’s nominal GDP would be $8.4B, about equal to the world’s 140th biggest economy, assuming only 1 % of BTC adj. transfer value is used for final goods and services.

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Source: https://twitter.com/coinmetrics/status/1191747248650162176

That is why Bitcoin is among the 140 best economies in the world.
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November 07, 2019, 10:22:57 PM

Are there non-physical metals? Because I keep wondering why you call them physical metals, when you can call them just metals.
What is physical metal?
I only know Digital Gold.


Physical ["precious"] metals are basically analog bitcoin. They're heavy, cumbersome physical materials that rich people used to trade for livestock 500 years ago, before the advent of digital gold.


Pssst wanna buy a sheep?
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November 07, 2019, 10:26:39 PM

In this context, physical means, not paper based

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Are there non-physical metals? Because I keep wondering why you call them physical metals, when you can call them just metals.
What is physical metal?
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Physical ["precious"] metals are basically analog bitcoin. They're heavy, cumbersome physical materials that rich people used to trade for livestock 500 years ago, before the advent of digital gold.

The price of gold and Bitcoin when I started mining BTC Sept 18th, 2013. I really started with the KNC Jupiter ASIC miner on 10/18/2013...but hey, 0.69 BTC on the GPU card counts. Smiley

price of gold exactly 0 years start 2013 (more or less) it was $1,348.09 USD and BTC was about $130.86 (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

price of gold exactly 1 year later 2014 (more or less)  was $1,226.96 USD and BTC was about $475.37 USD (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

price of gold exactly 2 years later 2015 (more or less) it was $1,121.32 USD and BTC was about $229.09 (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

price of gold exactly 3 years later 2016 (more or less) it was $1,328.57 USD and BTC was about $606.97 USD (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

price of gold exactly 4 years later 2017 (more or less) it was $1,327.06 USD and BTC was about $3,630.70 USD (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

price of gold exactly 5 years later 2018 (more or less) it was $1,202.50 USD and BTC was about $6,371.30 USD (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

price of gold exactly 6 years later 2019 (more or less) it was $1,502.51 USD and BTC was about $   10,242.27 USD (more or less) the same/closest day on the charts.

The price of gold as of TODAY 11/7/2019 is $1,470.65 USD and BTC is currently today $9,271.90 USD as I type this here.

Using this chart for days closest on such chart (iffy by a day or so) for the price of GOLD historically.

https://www.moneymetals.com/precious-metals-charts/gold-price

Using this chart for days closest on such chart (iffy by a day or so) for the price of Bitcoin historically.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/

Hmmm....good thing I did not listen to all the Gold Bugs who said I needed something 'Tangible' as a store of value.

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November 07, 2019, 10:59:45 PM

Can easily tell BTC was going to drop today.  Long vs shorts are way too high, and ESF Jewish central bankers just rigged metals down while rigging stocks up.  It blatantly obvious the same kikes have been attempting to try and rig BTC to the same up and down cycles as metals, so here comes the ESF trying to rig Bitcoin down at the same time they manipulate metals too.  

These fucktards don't seem to quite understand that under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will I ever dump metals to buy overpriced stocks, and digital shitcoiners are all mentally insane and think the price is going to $1 trillion each so never will either.  They'd dump shitcoins for metals way before stocks.  There is NOBODY looking to be a stock or bond bagholder no matter how much manipulation they do.

You can not outlive them ROach!

And you give BTC a lot of credit, versus fiat at least! (finally).  Tongue Tongue
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Very important nowadays to know your Boeings from your Lockheed Martins. Here's a handy guide



also, this just in https://youtu.be/8P5_-JaIGIw
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November 08, 2019, 12:03:11 AM

Oh yeah, I knew that. I just forgot about it. Paper based. Lots of those. Certificates and stuff.
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November 08, 2019, 12:20:37 AM

bam bam dilla

I got Zhou Tonged to the tune of about 10 BTC

Hacked?
Scammed?

just had the BTC on bitcoinica when it collapsed

lost about the same amount at Gox

Yes, I laugh about it now...BFL is the only one that still stings
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November 08, 2019, 12:21:51 AM

In point of fact, this claim was publicly surfaced back around the time of the Andrew O'Hagan piece.


so did Faketoshi gave private keys to Dave before or after he implemented his HD algo that generated the private keys for those block rewards?

Can’t say that I know. Once you work out the answer, why don’t you be a pal, and report back to me?

And thus lies the problem, a shill throws out some BS claimed by Faketoshi, another shill claims it as a fact, but there just so much BS that the claim cannot be substantiated without contradicting something else Faketoshi testified to under oath. At this point there are only two desperate options, ask someone else to verify your BS or, claim that Faketoshi is not important to BSv anyway.

Well, i read through all of the court docs and the only way that Dave could've died penniless, in his own piss, without private medical help while holding millions in BTC is...


I am ambivalent on the question of ‘is CSW Satoshi?’

Invest in this shitcoin, it was copied from original by a proven fraud in court, and i'm about 50% sure that their main investors (Ayre) developers (nChain) are all lying about him anything to do with Satoshi  Undecided
Bravo, where do i send money to?
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