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November 27, 2019, 04:42:05 AM


wait is that Lauda?! ...

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November 27, 2019, 04:46:48 AM

You new guys can safely ignore Lauda. She's grumpier than usual - not getting any dick as theymos has been busy on anniversary celebrations.

Time for you to step up, V8.

There are not enough blindfolds in this world.

Hehem, if you need blindfolds for this you got issues $100k BTC ain't fixin'.  



wait is that Lauda?! ... can't believe someone that gorgeous is going to waste time moderating some of the reprobates that infest these walls  Huh

 That there is Game of Thrones star Emilia Isobel Euphemia Rose Clarke.  I don't think she would have time to play Lauda on Bitcointalk.

edit: Wait... is Lauda female?
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November 27, 2019, 04:49:40 AM

Theymos posted the winners for the anniversary contest!

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193860.msg53181101#msg53181101

 Sirazimuth received second tier #2 spot
 Icygreen received second tier #12 spot
 Macrospex received second tier #30 spot
 
 Congrats to everyone!  That was a lot of fun and it was really interesting to see all the talent in this forum.



I know I'm new here and have been a silent reader here. I too got second tier #15 spot Smiley Here is my WO related entry, if you guys missed it . Glad I too can wear a cap now Smiley



Is the green hat to the far right me?
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November 27, 2019, 04:50:44 AM

That there is Game of Thrones star Emilia Isobel Euphemia Rose Clarke.  I don't think she would have time to play Lauda on Bitcointalk.

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edit: Wait... is Lauda female?


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November 27, 2019, 04:50:57 AM

Just in case anyone else finds themselves in this situation, a Samsung Chronos Series 7 will run just fine with the battery unplugged.  
Why do they have to make everything so damn difficult to service these days?  Maybe I'm just getting old and inflexible...

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November 27, 2019, 04:52:17 AM

That there is Game of Thrones star Emilia Isobel Euphemia Rose Clarke.  I don't think she would have time to play Lauda on Bitcointalk.

yes

edit: Wait... is Lauda female?


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 I did not know that.
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November 27, 2019, 04:55:58 AM

Theymos posted the winners for the anniversary contest!

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193860.msg53181101#msg53181101

 Sirazimuth received second tier #2 spot
 Icygreen received second tier #12 spot
 Macrospex received second tier #30 spot
 
 Congrats to everyone!  That was a lot of fun and it was really interesting to see all the talent in this forum.



I know I'm new here and have been a silent reader here. I too got second tier #15 spot Smiley Here is my WO related entry, if you guys missed it . Glad I too can wear a cap now Smiley



Is the green hat to the far right me?

 If it is, can you reach over and swat that r0ach off the wall?
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November 27, 2019, 05:05:41 AM
Last edit: November 27, 2019, 05:23:13 AM by JayJuanGee

God damn......  Angry Angry

Just when I was done with spinning course... I treated myself on a Pizza Quatro formaggi + 3 rosé wines on rocks....

Then when I was outside I realised I lost all of my BTC on a boating incident few days back  Cry  Cry

I'm here now only to write and believe but damn that boating trip F***

That should help you to reign in some of your ostentatious and extravagant demonstrations of consumption, hopefully.      Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy



Before Mic can answer, perhaps he'll indulge us by letting us participate in the new poll.

Old poll:


The conditions of the old poll have not even been met, yet.  we are still in the middle....

AmiNOTrite?
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November 27, 2019, 05:06:27 AM

Theymos posted the winners for the anniversary contest!

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193860.msg53181101#msg53181101

 Sirazimuth received second tier #2 spot
 Icygreen received second tier #12 spot
 Macrospex received second tier #30 spot
 
 Congrats to everyone!  That was a lot of fun and it was really interesting to see all the talent in this forum.



I know I'm new here and have been a silent reader here. I too got second tier #15 spot Smiley Here is my WO related entry, if you guys missed it . Glad I too can wear a cap now Smiley



Is the green hat to the far right me?

 If it is, can you reach over and swat that r0ach off the wall?


I'll give it a try
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November 27, 2019, 05:29:15 AM

Theymos posted the winners for the anniversary contest!

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193860.msg53181101#msg53181101

 Sirazimuth received second tier #2 spot
 Icygreen received second tier #12 spot
 Macrospex received second tier #30 spot
 
 Congrats to everyone!  That was a lot of fun and it was really interesting to see all the talent in this forum.



I know I'm new here and have been a silent reader here. I too got second tier #15 spot Smiley Here is my WO related entry, if you guys missed it . Glad I too can wear a cap now Smiley



Is the green hat to the far right me?
Yeah, you fit the spot perfectly   Smiley
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November 27, 2019, 05:34:57 AM

I've got some slight life issues ATM. Watching the corn doesn't help a bit.
Shitty times come, shitty times go. Waiting.
Well, at least I had no boating accident yet.

That is why all of us have to be careful NOT to overinvest.. .because shit happens, and even if we have gotten the upward price spurts in bitcoin, we can never really be sure how long it is going to take for the next upward spurt.  Surely the longer that time passes without an upwards spurt, the more likely that some shit can happen that could shake us from our coins, especially if we might have over-invested a bit too much.  I am not saying that has happened with you d_eddie.. but this is a public thread, so the idea of not over-extending oneself in terms of their corns is addressed on a more general level.

Probably most peeps do not want to be forced to sell any corn at a time that is other than their own choosing.  That's all I am saying.
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November 27, 2019, 05:40:57 AM

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@r0ach.... family tradition ??

That looks like an awesome blowjob lineup.

Also, what happened to you Goosy? Whats this about a boat? Apologies, I was keeping away from corn until the corn stopped scaring me.

I tried my best but I huffed some hopium and now I am here.

When you 80x too frequently, it comes back to bite you, and peeps never talk  (or brag) about their losses... that's one of the major problems of going 80x more than one time (after you had already gotten lucky, even though admittedly it had been an accident).   Squander away all gains plus more and maybe even end up going completely broke out of desperation.  it tends to be an illness for anyone who plays more than once.
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November 27, 2019, 05:43:19 AM

I lost all of my BTC

Are you seriously serious?!? Roll Eyes

Mic got liquidated
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November 27, 2019, 05:46:09 AM

This is post #1:





The irony when we see some posts in this thread blaming the use of TA.

 Let it go man; that attitude will age you prematurely.  This thread has morphed into a community-based, semi-autonomous chat board - the initial post has historical value only.  There's only one rule in here and I can't, for the life of me, remember it.

It's don't write FUCK YOU FATTY, if you do that it will get deleted.


 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


That's why I come here so frequently... . for the lulz....


So funny that you, Arriemoller, can't get over a few deleted posts... especially and in spite of you obviously being in the wrong.

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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November 27, 2019, 05:52:35 AM


Why do they have to make everything so damn difficult to service these days?  Maybe I'm just getting old and inflexible...



While I do resonate with your frustration here, it is not entirely their fault.  Just today I was revisiting a circuit I built almost 20 years ago.  Miniaturization was my primary design goal and then I had a fair bit of feature creep...serious density...let's just say it is NOT easy to work on.

All I'm saying is stop a minute and consider just what they are packing in there.
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November 27, 2019, 06:24:32 AM
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I'm sure Mic is joking...

But...

Always keep several copies of your recovery seed in paper (or other non-digital) form, and not all in one physical place (e.g., if you have two houses, keep copies in both). Also, use a passphrase in addition to the seed, and never write it down, for plausible deniability and also in cases where someone finds your seed and recognizes what it is.

Another thing I want to stress is that TREZOR, Ledger, and any other h/w wallet that uses standard BIP protocols (almost all of them do), are all interchangeable. This means that you only need the seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). There is absolutely no difference if you use a TREZOR, Ledger, or even a s/w wallet like Mycelium. Your coins are not "stored" inside these devices. They exist in a universe-sized, multidimensional mathematical construct, and you only have a map to find them. The map is you seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). That's all you'll ever need to access them.

So, don't worry if you ever lose your TREZOR or Ledger. They are just containers of something you (should) already have.
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November 27, 2019, 07:01:54 AM
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I'm sure Mic is joking...

But...

Always keep several copies of your recovery seed in paper (or other non-digital) form, and not all in one physical place (e.g., if you have two houses, keep copies in both). Also, use a passphrase in addition to the seed, and never write it down, for plausible deniability and also in cases where someone finds your seed and recognizes what it is.

Another thing I want to stress is that TREZOR, Ledger, and any other h/w wallet that uses standard BIP protocols (almost all of them do), are all interchangeable. This means that you only need the seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). There is absolutely no difference if you use a TREZOR, Ledger, or even a s/w wallet like Mycelium. Your coins are not "stored" inside these devices. They exist in a universe-sized, multidimensional mathematical construct, and you only have a map to find them. The map is you seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). That's all you'll ever need to access them.

So, don't worry if you ever lose your TREZOR or Ledger. They are just containers of something you (should) already have.

I may add that keeing portions of the seed (wordlist) in several places makes sense, too.
If there's theft or robbery, they will only get away with a part of the seed.
Be sure to include detailed information in your testament.
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I'm sure Mic is joking...

But...

Always keep several copies of your recovery seed in paper (or other non-digital) form, and not all in one physical place (e.g., if you have two houses, keep copies in both). Also, use a passphrase in addition to the seed, and never write it down, for plausible deniability and also in cases where someone finds your seed and recognizes what it is.

Another thing I want to stress is that TREZOR, Ledger, and any other h/w wallet that uses standard BIP protocols (almost all of them do), are all interchangeable. This means that you only need the seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). There is absolutely no difference if you use a TREZOR, Ledger, or even a s/w wallet like Mycelium. Your coins are not "stored" inside these devices. They exist in a universe-sized, multidimensional mathematical construct, and you only have a map to find them. The map is you seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). That's all you'll ever need to access them.

So, don't worry if you ever lose your TREZOR or Ledger. They are just containers of something you (should) already have.

I may add that keeing portions of the seed (wordlist) in several places makes sense, too.
If there's theft or robbery, they will only get away with a part of the seed.
Be sure to include detailed information in your testament.
I think obfuscating the seed by separating it into 2 or more places poses more risk than it mitigates no?  If you have a passphrase that's not written with the seed then it won't matter if the whole seed phrase is lost to theft assuming you have a backup or a wallet still running it.   I could see where giving the passphrase to a family member would make sense in the case of your passing while your seed or hw wallet could be found in your safe box.
I only say this because there's quite a few people who go to unnecessary lengths to hide their seed words by circling words in a book, keeping half here, half there, mixing the order and other silly ways of losing or forgetting how to put it back together properly.  Reckon it's probably one of the top 5 ways funds have been lost.
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November 27, 2019, 07:42:11 AM

I'd like to think Mic is playing a sick sick joke on us.
He claims to have lost his Nano S - with all his corn in it?

How about the Nano X - to the moon edition?
As a sentiment from his post history, I believe that his seed is safe, maybe even Shamir safe.
WO members that know him irl, cheap booze instead of cocktails, new apartment, only tell me that he is moving all-in on BTC - LS style.
I'm sorry, but I think Mic is better than the average reckless Joe.
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November 27, 2019, 07:46:26 AM

I'm sure Mic is joking...

But...

Always keep several copies of your recovery seed in paper (or other non-digital) form, and not all in one physical place (e.g., if you have two houses, keep copies in both). Also, use a passphrase in addition to the seed, and never write it down, for plausible deniability and also in cases where someone finds your seed and recognizes what it is.

Another thing I want to stress is that TREZOR, Ledger, and any other h/w wallet that uses standard BIP protocols (almost all of them do), are all interchangeable. This means that you only need the seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). There is absolutely no difference if you use a TREZOR, Ledger, or even a s/w wallet like Mycelium. Your coins are not "stored" inside these devices. They exist in a universe-sized, multidimensional mathematical construct, and you only have a map to find them. The map is you seed (+ the passphrase, if you use one). That's all you'll ever need to access them.

So, don't worry if you ever lose your TREZOR or Ledger. They are just containers of something you (should) already have.

I may add that keeing portions of the seed (wordlist) in several places makes sense, too.
If there's theft or robbery, they will only get away with a part of the seed.
Be sure to include detailed information in your testament.
I think obfuscating the seed by separating it into 2 or more places poses more risk than it mitigates no?  If you have a passphrase that's not written with the seed then it won't matter if the whole seed phrase is lost to theft assuming you have a backup or a wallet still running it.   I could see where giving the passphrase to a family member would make sense in the case of your passing while your seed or hw wallet could be found in your safe box.
I only say this because there's quite a few people who go to unnecessary lengths to hide their seed words by circling words in a book, keeping half here, half there, mixing the order and other silly ways of losing or forgetting how to put it back together properly.  Reckon it's probably one of the top 5 ways funds have been lost.


And that's why detailed informations about recovering the seed from fragments are important.
A passphrase won't work on non-digital versions of the seed, that's why i even considered fragmentation/obfuscation.
Also, if you have parts of the non-digital seed in various places, it's harder for people forcing you to hand over the seed wordlist.
Say, if you have to go to the notary to get you printed seed (or parts), for example.
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