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September 23, 2014, 03:34:29 PM
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Maybe this is a good sign:

http://www.coindesk.com/hedge-fund-gabi-makes-first-bitcoin-purchase-via-digitalbtc/

If you're going to pick an entry point for a BTC hedge fund, obviously you want to start at a low price and expect upside.
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September 23, 2014, 04:56:59 PM
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Maybe this is a good sign:

http://www.coindesk.com/hedge-fund-gabi-makes-first-bitcoin-purchase-via-digitalbtc/

If you're going to pick an entry point for a BTC hedge fund, obviously you want to start at a low price and expect upside.

saw that to so we just wait I have nothing to lose unless bitcoins becomes total worthless so we wait and see as so many are saying till then I'm gonna keep farming in my home  it has yet to affect my power no more then normal in fact my power this summer was lower then it has ever been i had lots of  stuff run in 24/7 to test it and see . i can prove it power wise but i won't post that kind of info any place on the webb.
 

Also been wondering how long the US was gonna  let this ride

Bank crackdown

Jersey – along with another British island, the Isle of Man – is a self-regulating British crown dependency and a tax haven for many financial operators.

Both islands have been touting themselves as attractive, regulated locations for the location of bitcoin businesses in recent months, with some success.

However, the Isle of Man lost some of its appeal last week, as banks decided to cut their ties with the island’s cryptocurrency sector. This caused the local middleman, banking solution provider Capital Treasury Services (CTS), to close all crypto-related accounts, causing shockwaves in the industry. Another solution does seem to be in the pipeline now, however.

Masters told CoinDesk that GABI is connected with a number of businesses that were using the CTS system in the Isle of Man.

“We had our reservations about how all that structure was set up. It seems that the ultimate banks making the payments were not open to cryptocurrency businesses. CTS was forming a kind of a barrier, but ultimately they saw through that,” he said.“We anticipated that and that is why we delayed for a while.”

 not just bitcoins = many financial operator

there is more involved there then just bitcons laws it has more to do with a loop hole and way a  business in the US can not pay us Tax buy making  a  US company  base home in one those tax havens. is how it all started we lost so much in taxes and paid US company to do stuff  then they screw us by using that tax loop hole.

My only real worry was  and well its gonna happen because of  greed is regulation ,if  those stupid jerks had seen that it would be nicer for bit coins  but they screwed us all so now we wait and see just how it plays out.

Smiley .
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September 23, 2014, 05:54:21 PM
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Did a quick calculation today and with the current price (rounded to 400$) and electricity cost of 0.15$ per kWh:
Miners with over 1.5J/GH are at loss starting next month
Miners with 1.2J/GH are fine till the end of the year (only)
Those with 1J/GH can live until the end of Jan
---- all this is more than 50% of the network and at pessimistic rate of difficulty increase ( 5b/mo )

It seems we have reached the bottom of the price and it should go up, because there are few miners below 1J/GH and the price of the hardware ($/GH) was not accounted for.
If the price doesn't rise, then the difficulty should go down (don't think that would happen)

In short, heads up and keep mining, all will be fine

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September 23, 2014, 06:24:16 PM
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Did a quick calculation today and with the current price (rounded to 400$) and electricity cost of 0.15$ per kWh:
Miners with over 1.5J/GH are at loss starting next month
Miners with 1.2J/GH are fine till the end of the year (only)
Those with 1J/GH can live until the end of Jan
---- all this is more than 50% of the network and at pessimistic rate of difficulty increase ( 5b/mo )

It seems we have reached the bottom of the price and it should go up, because there are few miners below 1J/GH and the price of the hardware ($/GH) was not accounted for.
If the price doesn't rise, then the difficulty should go down (don't think that would happen)

In short, heads up and keep mining, all will be fine



9.19  or o.919 here and were offered renewal for 0.8 single tier no peak hours ): . something but were  gonna hold off till Nov see what the  last part next years rates will be , being there suppose give those rates in Nov.  i just hope us waiting doesn't fuck us but that risk you take.
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September 23, 2014, 06:33:49 PM
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BTC up $50.00 in 5 mins, PayPal announced they would accept bitcoin. Trading boards going crazy.

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September 23, 2014, 08:16:50 PM
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BTC up $50.00 in 5 mins, PayPal announced they would accept bitcoin. Trading boards going crazy.

how is paypal going to accept BTC when they refuse to use a BTC traces showing coins were spent when someone says the seller never sent them the BTC.

paypal and ebay are crooked...

EBAY blocks the sales of Ecig equipment because it has nicotine. that is their stance. an ECIG battery cant be sold because it contains nicotine etc etc... never mind they are all over ebay because people circumvented the filters to stop them.
However EBAY refuses to add filters to stop Chinese scammers from selling SAMSUNG 64GB SDHC microsd's even though samsung has informed them there is no such thing as a 64GB SDHC they are 64GB SDXC.
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September 23, 2014, 08:47:20 PM
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BTC up $50.00 in 5 mins, PayPal announced they would accept bitcoin. Trading boards going crazy.

how is paypal going to accept BTC when they refuse to use a BTC traces showing coins were spent when someone says the seller never sent them the BTC.

paypal and ebay are crooked...

EBAY blocks the sales of Ecig equipment because it has nicotine. that is their stance. an ECIG battery cant be sold because it contains nicotine etc etc... never mind they are all over ebay because people circumvented the filters to stop them.
However EBAY refuses to add filters to stop Chinese scammers from selling SAMSUNG 64GB SDHC microsd's even though samsung has informed them there is no such thing as a 64GB SDHC they are 64GB SDXC.

They obviously figured it out since announced partnership with BitPay, Coinbase and GoCoin for processing: http://www.coindesk.com/paypal-announces-first-partnerships-bitcoin-space/

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September 23, 2014, 09:03:36 PM
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BTC up $50.00 in 5 mins, PayPal announced they would accept bitcoin. Trading boards going crazy.



nice 440 0n Cryptsy haven't checked any others yet .
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September 23, 2014, 09:08:04 PM
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BTC up $50.00 in 5 mins, PayPal announced they would accept bitcoin. Trading boards going crazy.



nice 440 0n Cryptsy haven't checked any others yet .

Hanging around the 437 mark on BTCe

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September 23, 2014, 09:11:25 PM
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BTC up $50.00 in 5 mins, PayPal announced they would accept bitcoin. Trading boards going crazy.



nice 440 0n Cryptsy haven't checked any others yet .

Hanging around the 437 mark on BTCe

vircurex  holding at 440 as well
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September 23, 2014, 09:15:59 PM
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Just thought I'd let you all know that I've moved my hardware back, so you can all say goodbye to the 10-11 blocks days.
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September 23, 2014, 09:50:37 PM
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How are you guys from Texas, Y'allz

Btc +9 % at http://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/
+ 13 blocks yesterday, 5 today...

Lovely days


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September 23, 2014, 10:53:40 PM
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How are you guys from Texas, Y'allz

Btc +9 % at http://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/
+ 13 blocks yesterday, 5 today...

Lovely days



Doing great

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September 23, 2014, 10:55:37 PM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT
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September 23, 2014, 11:15:33 PM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT

I did, it was an advertisement for a Bitsmart had a note with a link attached (https://btcsmart.net/). Some site used has sold wallet addresses for spam.
0.00000001 BTC ($ 0.00)

Value at time of transaction $ 0.00

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5cc7dd61c8d90c4709e6c4c38...

Sent Time

2014-09-23 12:58:37 (+164 minutes to confirm)

BTC ADDRESS: 12Qwd8VKLQ4xF44ytHXBpCAKuF9VknG4X2
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September 24, 2014, 12:40:19 AM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT

I did, it was an advertisement for a Bitsmart had a note with a link attached (https://btcsmart.net/). Some site used has sold wallet addresses for spam.
0.00000001 BTC ($ 0.00)

Value at time of transaction $ 0.00

Hash

5cc7dd61c8d90c4709e6c4c38...

Sent Time

2014-09-23 12:58:37 (+164 minutes to confirm)

The only site i have used my address at is Bitmain, and haven't cashed out in over 4 months so interesting. My wallet is way secure also.

JT
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September 24, 2014, 12:42:56 AM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT

I did, it was an advertisement for a Bitsmart had a note with a link attached (https://btcsmart.net/). Some site used has sold wallet addresses for spam.
0.00000001 BTC ($ 0.00)

Value at time of transaction $ 0.00

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5cc7dd61c8d90c4709e6c4c38...

Sent Time

2014-09-23 12:58:37 (+164 minutes to confirm)

The only site i have used my address at is Bitmain, and haven't cashed out in over 4 months so interesting. My wallet is way secure also.

JT

Anyone can go onto blockchain and grab a bunch of random addresses to spam as well as getting from someone you have dealt with. Should have included that in my original reply, sorry.

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September 24, 2014, 12:55:16 AM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT

I got three of them as well. Kind of freaked me out that it was some kind of virus or that someone was trying to find my stash Shocked
Probably complements of the IRS, NSA, or homeland security trying to tag your transactions Shocked
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September 24, 2014, 01:24:58 AM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT

I did.. And WooHoo, drinks are on me
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September 24, 2014, 01:32:08 AM
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Has anyone ever received a random payout of something like .000000001 before?  Got my regular payout then later one for .000000001 a couple hours later.  Kinda strange.

JT

I did.. And WooHoo, drinks are on me

LMAO. I got the second round.

JT
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