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Why do you write dates "month/day/year", it's counterintuitive  Undecided
day/month/year is the way to go, from the smaller unit to the biggest  Cheesy
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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.
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February 18, 2021, 08:54:49 AM

Now everyone wants to embed in Bitcoin, I knew this day would come, little by little those who never believed begin to accept Bitcoin.

Bitcoin soars to new high above $52,000; sustainability concerns rise



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Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of hedge fund SkyBridge Capital and former communications director under the Donald Trump administration, also told CNBC in Wednesday he sees bitcoin hitting $100,000 per unit before the year ends, citing supply and demand. SkyBridge is also invested in bitcoin.

Source: https://www.livemint.com/market/cryptocurrency/bitcoin-soars-to-new-high-above-52-000-sustainability-concerns-rise-11613617486410.html

BlackRock manages $8.7 Trillion,  that's one company having 9market caps of BTC, they can single handedly add another 0 to the current price

1% of 8.7trillion is 87billion
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February 18, 2021, 08:55:08 AM

JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

Segwit intentionally kills accountability - so check for what asking the big guys having audits
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February 18, 2021, 08:57:23 AM
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They will surely missed it and they're the one who's been fooled. Who's next?

They want to impress people with $5million transaction? How cute.

Also, buying $5 mio of ATH. They're clearly the Einsteins of the investment world.
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February 18, 2021, 08:59:39 AM

JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

Segwit intentionally kills accountability - so check for what asking the big guys having audits

Do you mind explaining your comment a bit clearer?
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February 18, 2021, 09:07:53 AM
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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.
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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

Segwit intentionally kills accountability - so check for what asking the big guys having audits

Do you mind explaining your comment a bit clearer?

dropping signatures - dropping the sign of a contract / payment - drops accounting
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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.

Of course I understand that, it would just help in the meantime is all I mean. Layer 2 is coming and it is a good thing, but obviously still needs more time.
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February 18, 2021, 09:17:50 AM

JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.

Of course I understand that, it would just help in the meantime. Layer 2 is coming and it is a good thing, but obviously still needs more time.

I do agree.  Cool
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February 18, 2021, 09:17:59 AM

BTC intermediate support and resistance between $51.5k and $52k  now?
pretty narrow, eh?
I wonder how this will turn out today  Huh
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February 18, 2021, 09:21:32 AM

JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

Segwit intentionally kills accountability - so check for what asking the big guys having audits

Do you mind explaining your comment a bit clearer?

dropping signatures - dropping the sign of a contract / payment - drops accounting

And practically speaking why do you think that matters?
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ChartBuddy best pic!  Grin

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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.

Of course I understand that, it would just help in the meantime is all I mean. Layer 2 is coming and it is a good thing, but obviously still needs more time.

How is accounting done off-chain ? Pay another blockchain doin such ?

nah, only on-chain is the way to go - that's real bitcoin
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February 18, 2021, 09:36:22 AM
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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.

Of course I understand that, it would just help in the meantime is all I mean. Layer 2 is coming and it is a good thing, but obviously still needs more time.

How is accounting done off-chain ? Pay another blockchain doin such ?

nah, only on-chain is the way to go - that's real bitcoin

Fuck off to bsv then knob end


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February 18, 2021, 09:56:36 AM
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Do you mind explaining your comment a bit clearer?

He can't, because the English language is very limited in Morocco, and parrots cannot explain shit.
He does appreciate responses in his cunt thread if you want, but for the sake of your IQ - I wouldn't.
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Now everyone wants to embed in Bitcoin, I knew this day would come, little by little those who never believed begin to accept Bitcoin.

Bitcoin soars to new high above $52,000; sustainability concerns rise



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Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of hedge fund SkyBridge Capital and former communications director under the Donald Trump administration, also told CNBC in Wednesday he sees bitcoin hitting $100,000 per unit before the year ends, citing supply and demand. SkyBridge is also invested in bitcoin.

Source: https://www.livemint.com/market/cryptocurrency/bitcoin-soars-to-new-high-above-52-000-sustainability-concerns-rise-11613617486410.html

BlackRock manages $8.7 Trillion,  that's one company having 9market caps of BTC, they can single handedly add another 0 to the current price

1% of 8.7trillion is 87billion

These guys make announcements of intentions after the fact  Smiley 
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February 18, 2021, 10:18:34 AM

JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.

Of course I understand that, it would just help in the meantime is all I mean. Layer 2 is coming and it is a good thing, but obviously still needs more time.

How is accounting done off-chain ? Pay another blockchain doin such ?

nah, only on-chain is the way to go - that's real bitcoin

Fuck off to bsv then knob end




indeed, fuck off.  Roll Eyes
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JSRAW, Btway, thanks to you, I came across this idea, ("a year ago, 4 cents could buy 606 satoshis, and it's a pity that we don't use "sats" as a standard, continue to say 0.01 bitcoin, etc") In case there are lightning network fans here, here's a quick LightningATM tutorial written by @21. Overall a very cool concept ...



thanks, man!

it is time for a well established Layer2 solution because on-chain fees are high and to expensive for txs < 100 USD.

https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee

Of course, if everyone just switched over to native segwit addresses they could save 50% on their fees. This would also have the added benefit of allowing more transactions per block too. Anyone out there who complains of fees and are still using legacy addresses deserve it.

old cold stores with legacy addresses will exist nearly the whole time of the Bitcoin life-cycle. even with just the Segwit addresses a Layer2 solution is needed because sometime in the future the fees should replace the block reward nearly completely. (did you not understand the economical base concept of Bitcoin Huh)

either Bitcoin will be become super expensive or at least one reliable Layer2 solution will be established. BTW, it was Satoshi's intention too to get Bitcoin layer2 ready.

Of course I understand that, it would just help in the meantime is all I mean. Layer 2 is coming and it is a good thing, but obviously still needs more time.

How is accounting done off-chain ? Pay another blockchain doin such ?

nah, only on-chain is the way to go - that's real bitcoin

So we're in agreement then, you are a retard.
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February 18, 2021, 10:42:32 AM

In the last bull market the price of bitcoin ranged between $600 and $20,000.

In terms of sentiment, I would say we are roughly where we were when bitcoin was $3,000 last time.

Or about 5x from the low.

What do you think?
https://twitter.com/jillruthcarlson/status/1362084275621793794?s=20


What do we think? Could be reasonable

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