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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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I found the queen's address suitably bracing.
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April 06, 2020, 09:28:04 AM

can someone answer a Bitcoin related question for me please?
I have been watching mempool.space and noticed that block 624652 was mined and was empty yet there were enough transactions in mempool to fill another 4 blocks?
How come?
Sorry if this seams like a noob question but thought I would get more sense out of this thread than elsewhere. Besides I don't venture out of here much anyway.
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April 06, 2020, 09:28:17 AM

I did not blub when she said 'We'll meet again.'
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April 06, 2020, 09:28:46 AM

Speaking of royals...

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April 06, 2020, 09:29:19 AM

Timeline around, Year 2100 + -


Not sure if it will take that long.

Maybe even as soon as 2040 or 2050?  and that is only 20-30 years.. but I suppose to have the matters more a relic in the memory, then sure, add another 50 years, so maybe you are correct with your timeline for the museum thingie-ma-jiggie, JSRAW.
Hopefully we get to see this otherwise your grand kids and my kids can continue this discussion in the future.

*correction your grand daughter and my boy lol

You intentionally refused to say #nohomo.. right?


 Angry Angry Angry Angry

But, ultimately, to attempt to be more serious, yeah, lot's of things can happen in 70 or 80 years, and geez, I thought that each generation was supposed to be represented by about 20 years, so there is that, too.

It was honest mistake for starters Grin

Just for clarification you already have grandkids? no need to post in public, just blink twice in front of camera  Wink #Nohomo

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April 06, 2020, 09:32:42 AM

BTC needs more stimulus but it's looking not bad so far.

Moooaaar boobs pls!  Grin



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April 06, 2020, 09:33:04 AM
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can someone answer a Bitcoin related question for me please?
I have been watching mempool.space and noticed that block 624652 was mined and was empty yet there were enough transactions in mempool to fill another 4 blocks?
How come?
Sorry if this seams like a noob question but thought I would get more sense out of this thread than elsewhere. Besides I don't venture out of here much anyway.
You can see mempool size is in here https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#0,24h
But miners could decide to do not add any TX to block. Generally, they do but someone could want to manipulate to blockchain who decide to do not add any tx to blocks.
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April 06, 2020, 09:33:12 AM

PMs also on the move
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“However, a miner often can start mining a candidate for block N+1 even before he has seen what was included in block N. That’s because he only needs the hash of block N, and he often can get it very quickly by a certain trick.” In that case, the miner must start with an empty block N+1, even if there are transactions waiting in his queue: because, without knowing the contents of block N, he cannot check whether those transactions are valid or not. If he is lucky, he may solve that empty block N+1, even before he finishes downloading the body of block N. That is why there are empty blocks."

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/why-do-some-bitcoin-mining-pools-mine-empty-blocks-1468337739

tl;dr better to get a whole block quickly and certainly than fart about grabbing up fees. This will be the case ever less as fees become more worth it and block rewards less so.
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April 06, 2020, 09:43:12 AM
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“However, a miner often can start mining a candidate for block N+1 even before he has seen what was included in block N. That’s because he only needs the hash of block N, and he often can get it very quickly by a certain trick.” In that case, the miner must start with an empty block N+1, even if there are transactions waiting in his queue: because, without knowing the contents of block N, he cannot check whether those transactions are valid or not. If he is lucky, he may solve that empty block N+1, even before he finishes downloading the body of block N. That is why there are empty blocks."

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/why-do-some-bitcoin-mining-pools-mine-empty-blocks-1468337739

tl;dr better to get a whole block than fart about grabbing up fees. This will be the case ever less as fees become more worth it and block rewards less so.

Thanks V8.
Haven't sent a merit in quite a while as I have been low. Thought I was as down to my last one but had 3 apparently.
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April 06, 2020, 09:58:41 AM

“However, a miner often can start mining a candidate for block N+1 even before he has seen what was included in block N. That’s because he only needs the hash of block N, and he often can get it very quickly by a certain trick.” In that case, the miner must start with an empty block N+1, even if there are transactions waiting in his queue: because, without knowing the contents of block N, he cannot check whether those transactions are valid or not. If he is lucky, he may solve that empty block N+1, even before he finishes downloading the body of block N. That is why there are empty blocks."

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/why-do-some-bitcoin-mining-pools-mine-empty-blocks-1468337739

tl;dr better to get a whole block than fart about grabbing up fees. This will be the case ever less as fees become more worth it and block rewards less so.

Thanks V8.
Haven't sent a merit in quite a while as I have been low. Thought I was as down to my last one but had 3 apparently.

Take some of mine Smiley
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^Nice both. It's a travesty that long-serving people like you and the others don't have more recognition, title and merits. Maybe there could be advancements for 'contributing while keeping the signal-to-noise ratio up'.
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“However, a miner often can start mining a candidate for block N+1 even before he has seen what was included in block N. That’s because he only needs the hash of block N, and he often can get it very quickly by a certain trick.” In that case, the miner must start with an empty block N+1, even if there are transactions waiting in his queue: because, without knowing the contents of block N, he cannot check whether those transactions are valid or not. If he is lucky, he may solve that empty block N+1, even before he finishes downloading the body of block N. That is why there are empty blocks."

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/why-do-some-bitcoin-mining-pools-mine-empty-blocks-1468337739

tl;dr better to get a whole block than fart about grabbing up fees. This will be the case ever less as fees become more worth it and block rewards less so.

Thanks V8.
Haven't sent a merit in quite a while as I have been low. Thought I was as down to my last one but had 3 apparently.

Take some of mine Smiley

Wow. I wasn't begging but thank you.
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^Nice both. It's a travesty that long-serving people like you and the others don't have more recognition, title and merits. Maybe there could be advancements for 'contributing while keeping the signal-to-noise ratio up'.

Meh, it's not that important to me tbh.
Just being able to have my questions answered in a civil way and to be able to contribute when I can is enough for me.
I would be happy with a thumbs up type button.
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^Nice both. It's a travesty that long-serving people like you and the others don't have more recognition, title and merits. Maybe there could be advancements for 'contributing while keeping the signal-to-noise ratio up'.

Not sure how useful or informative my posts are, I see myself as a silent cheerleader that lets out a "gooooo Bitcoin!" once in a while
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April 06, 2020, 10:20:51 AM


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It was honest mistake for starters Grin

Just for clarification you already have grandkids? no need to post in public, just blink twice in front of camera  Wink #Nohomo

Can you decipher my answer from this one?:



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Bhai, I am bit dim  Cry Cry

But i am sensing that you politely saying "Fuck you" to me Grin #Nohomo
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April 06, 2020, 10:25:13 AM

^Nice both. It's a travesty that long-serving people like you and the others don't have more recognition, title and merits. Maybe there could be advancements for 'contributing while keeping the signal-to-noise ratio up'.

Meh, it's not that important to me tbh.
Just being able to have my questions answered in a civil way and to be able to contribute when I can is enough for me.
I would be happy with a thumbs up type button.
Yeah it´s sad that merits are so scarce. I dont care about the merits but I want to like a post, show the poster how I really appreciate his answer or the information the provided for me. It would be nice to have a equal distributed source of something (even if its just a like) for that.
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April 06, 2020, 10:30:28 AM
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I dont care about the merits but I want to like a post, show the poster how I really appreciate his answer or the information the provided for me.

In addition to leaving them a reply saying "I really appreciate your answer," you could always link the post in this thread and if someone else with a merit to spare finds it worthy, they will merit it on your behalf.
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Today’s Breaking News.

 

It is with great sadness that I have to mention the loss of a few local businesses.    All due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

    A local bra manufacturer has gone bust,
    Submarine company has gone under,
    Manufacturer of food blenders has gone into liquidation,
    Dog kennel manufacturer has had to call in the retrievers.



#dadjokeswillgetusthroughthiskerfuffle
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