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June 18, 2011, 05:27:06 PM
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Had that thought today, and not even sure if it is even remotely possible.

What would it look like? Some bots just madly tunneling away, finding a block of 'bitcoin diamond' when they solve one? For some reason this amuses me greatly.

What do you think? Ridiculous? Entertaining? Think it can be done?


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June 18, 2011, 05:34:13 PM
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Are you high?

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June 18, 2011, 06:35:51 PM
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Are you high?

Given your insightful and elaborate reply, I've considered every point you presented, down to the helpful and illustrative image supplied. After running through a fourier-transform, checking for stenography and hidden ciphers - I can only come to one conclusion.

You sir, are an unimaginative asshole.

Hope that helps Smiley

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June 19, 2011, 12:39:14 AM
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Are you high?

Given your insightful and elaborate reply, I've considered every point you presented, down to the helpful and illustrative image supplied. After running through a fourier-transform, checking for stenography and hidden ciphers - I can only come to one conclusion.

You sir, are an unimaginative asshole.

Hope that helps Smiley

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June 20, 2011, 06:05:55 AM
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Are you high?

Given your insightful and elaborate reply, I've considered every point you presented, down to the helpful and illustrative image supplied. After running through a fourier-transform, checking for stenography and hidden ciphers - I can only come to one conclusion.

You sir, are an unimaginative asshole.

Hope that helps Smiley


I was SO hoping you'd say "I can only come to one conclusion - Yes, I'm high as a fucking kite, and am loving it."

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June 20, 2011, 03:40:37 PM
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I was SO hoping you'd say "I can only come to one conclusion - Yes, I'm high as a fucking kite, and am loving it."

It is a sad and pathetic world, isn't it? If you disagree, fine. Post something that elaborates your dislike for the idea, not some off-hand response that took a few seconds to type.

But I suppose it is easier to destroy than to create.

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June 20, 2011, 05:29:09 PM
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I think he was trying to lulz it up, not be an ass.



It would definitely be near pointless, aside from the entertainment value. Maybe someone could throw together a simulation based on the block statistics.

You could even have representatives from each pool, more characters for each pool depending on hashrate, then have them build towers out of the 'blocks' they find.

Whoever has the greatest number of blocks found would have the the largest tower. It would be an interesting way to visually display the networks power.

Fking sweet.

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