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July 30, 2018, 04:20:22 PM
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In summation this week...

1.) Don't use the same password on a bunch of places
2.) Don't trade a decentralized currency in one central place
3.) Don't leave a pile of cash or BTC in an account at a website that everybody uses, but nobody really knows anything about
4.) Don't put 25,000 BTC in one wallet
5.) If you walk into a room full of cocks with a lubed up ass, consider the possibility you may get fucked.

Too many people here can tell you every technical detail about a block chain, and read transactions, but do the stupidest, common-sense-avoidable shit, and throw a tantrum.

If somebody lost 400k BTC in one transaction, in my mind, it's Satoshi or Mt. Gox's main account.  There are probably people behind the scenes working on this now, and when the market opens, there is blood in the water, and there will be sharks.  Don't sell your fucking bitcoins.  Seriously.  You're going to lose your ass.  Wait a couple of weeks for all the drama to die down.  Or sell them all, and we will buy them all up.  But don't come in here crying a week from now saying you wish you'd held on to it.

There are very very few people here, all with small BTC amounts, claiming to have their Mt. Gox funds stolen.  Whomever those 400k belonged to, they are who is going to take the hit.  Mt. Gox will more than likely go out of business because of this, as they probably should.

Somebody should have noticed these vulnerabilities before it was compromised.  People also need to keep in mind that a key feature of this whole thing is that the transactions are designed to not be reversible.  Obviously this is a special case, but in general, if you have a lot of $BTC lying around someplace stupid, you should keep in mind if you lose it, that it is GONE.  If it's a significant, or complete, chunk of your portfolio, you shouldn't leave it lying around on the equivalent of a park bench.
Finally , a very nice advice. We have different strategy on how our we going to manage out bitcoin , we need to use our brain so we can easily think or decide on what are we going to do. We need to think wisely.

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July 30, 2018, 04:34:23 PM
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In summation this week...

1.) Don't use the same password on a bunch of places
2.) Don't trade a decentralized currency in one central place
3.) Don't leave a pile of cash or BTC in an account at a website that everybody uses, but nobody really knows anything about
4.) Don't put 25,000 BTC in one wallet
5.) If you walk into a room full of cocks with a lubed up ass, consider the possibility you may get fucked.

Too many people here can tell you every technical detail about a block chain, and read transactions, but do the stupidest, common-sense-avoidable shit, and throw a tantrum.

If somebody lost 400k BTC in one transaction, in my mind, it's Satoshi or Mt. Gox's main account.  There are probably people behind the scenes working on this now, and when the market opens, there is blood in the water, and there will be sharks.  Don't sell your fucking bitcoins.  Seriously.  You're going to lose your ass.  Wait a couple of weeks for all the drama to die down.  Or sell them all, and we will buy them all up.  But don't come in here crying a week from now saying you wish you'd held on to it.

There are very very few people here, all with small BTC amounts, claiming to have their Mt. Gox funds stolen.  Whomever those 400k belonged to, they are who is going to take the hit.  Mt. Gox will more than likely go out of business because of this, as they probably should.

Somebody should have noticed these vulnerabilities before it was compromised.  People also need to keep in mind that a key feature of this whole thing is that the transactions are designed to not be reversible.  Obviously this is a special case, but in general, if you have a lot of $BTC lying around someplace stupid, you should keep in mind if you lose it, that it is GONE.  If it's a significant, or complete, chunk of your portfolio, you shouldn't leave it lying around on the equivalent of a park bench.
I'm very lucky because I can read your advice. I think this is new thread in this week, and finally I'm wrong. This is the old thread that very interesting because you know what happen after you made this one? And until now, I guess you advice still can be used.
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July 30, 2018, 04:53:10 PM
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I use my brain to determine the projects that won't make me regret, to study exchanges that are not user-friendly and avoid it. I try not to fall for FUD and FOMO, I just want to enjoy my life and be happy.
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August 04, 2018, 10:37:57 PM
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I will use my brain in making the right decisions and also not allowing people to push me out of my will...
Yes, I agree of that avoid person that give negatives cause it is not helpful, using our brain in right decision brings us successful life cause we know we are in right way. And no one can push me down in my ambition.
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August 05, 2018, 05:41:22 AM
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Thank you very much, that is the most useful advice for me, I feel it is the right thing, you advise very useful things.
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August 05, 2018, 06:46:32 AM
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Thank you very much, that is the most useful advice for me, I feel it is the right thing, you advise very useful things.
Well, the information is very useful. But, I guess that some of the tips are not good at all times. Maybe you should try also to use same passwords in other social media accounts for you to remember all your accounts. You can use it also in your wallet. Just secure your account. You should put a back up email address in able for you to secure it in a good way. Always use your common sense.

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August 05, 2018, 07:04:24 AM
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You have a very good point there but sometimes frequently changing of password too can lead you into trouble especially if you forget to put in your dairy or save it in a digital form.
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August 05, 2018, 11:30:31 AM
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Very much informative post and i must say you catch some very important points among then number 4 is very important for every one and we must follow this.
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August 05, 2018, 11:42:01 AM
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little more information in first point.

Use good password manager with strong master password that only you know. lastpass is my favorite one, use 2fa too for added security.
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August 05, 2018, 11:44:18 AM
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In summation this week...

1.) Don't use the same password on a bunch of places
2.) Don't trade a decentralized currency in one central place
3.) Don't leave a pile of cash or BTC in an account at a website that everybody uses, but nobody really knows anything about
4.) Don't put 25,000 BTC in one wallet
5.) If you walk into a room full of cocks with a lubed up ass, consider the possibility you may get fucked.

Too many people here can tell you every technical detail about a block chain, and read transactions, but do the stupidest, common-sense-avoidable shit, and throw a tantrum.

If somebody lost 400k BTC in one transaction, in my mind, it's Satoshi or Mt. Gox's main account.  There are probably people behind the scenes working on this now, and when the market opens, there is blood in the water, and there will be sharks.  Don't sell your fucking bitcoins.  Seriously.  You're going to lose your ass.  Wait a couple of weeks for all the drama to die down.  Or sell them all, and we will buy them all up.  But don't come in here crying a week from now saying you wish you'd held on to it.

There are very very few people here, all with small BTC amounts, claiming to have their Mt. Gox funds stolen.  Whomever those 400k belonged to, they are who is going to take the hit.  Mt. Gox will more than likely go out of business because of this, as they probably should.

Somebody should have noticed these vulnerabilities before it was compromised.  People also need to keep in mind that a key feature of this whole thing is that the transactions are designed to not be reversible.  Obviously this is a special case, but in general, if you have a lot of $BTC lying around someplace stupid, you should keep in mind if you lose it, that it is GONE.  If it's a significant, or complete, chunk of your portfolio, you shouldn't leave it lying around on the equivalent of a park bench.

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August 05, 2018, 11:47:56 AM
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In summation this week...

1.) Don't use the same password on a bunch of places
2.) Don't trade a decentralized currency in one central place
3.) Don't leave a pile of cash or BTC in an account at a website that everybody uses, but nobody really knows anything about
4.) Don't put 25,000 BTC in one wallet
5.) If you walk into a room full of cocks with a lubed up ass, consider the possibility you may get fucked.

Too many people here can tell you every technical detail about a block chain, and read transactions, but do the stupidest, common-sense-avoidable shit, and throw a tantrum.

If somebody lost 400k BTC in one transaction, in my mind, it's Satoshi or Mt. Gox's main account.  There are probably people behind the scenes working on this now, and when the market opens, there is blood in the water, and there will be sharks.  Don't sell your fucking bitcoins.  Seriously.  You're going to lose your ass.  Wait a couple of weeks for all the drama to die down.  Or sell them all, and we will buy them all up.  But don't come in here crying a week from now saying you wish you'd held on to it.

There are very very few people here, all with small BTC amounts, claiming to have their Mt. Gox funds stolen.  Whomever those 400k belonged to, they are who is going to take the hit.  Mt. Gox will more than likely go out of business because of this, as they probably should.

Somebody should have noticed these vulnerabilities before it was compromised.  People also need to keep in mind that a key feature of this whole thing is that the transactions are designed to not be reversible.  Obviously this is a special case, but in general, if you have a lot of $BTC lying around someplace stupid, you should keep in mind if you lose it, that it is GONE.  If it's a significant, or complete, chunk of your portfolio, you shouldn't leave it lying around on the equivalent of a park bench.
For me ,I will use my brain in a wiseist way and in good way to help others.brain is useless if you are the kind of people that we call selfish!for me,the best use of our brain is not for our own good but also to every one we wanted to help for.....good brain is not for your own selves,share it to everyone.

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August 05, 2018, 12:12:29 PM
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This is an old post but I still merited it because the thread starter has a good point and he is posting about the future events that are happening now, we really need to analyze the situation and how to secure our coins and ourselves a well good point from an old post.


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August 06, 2018, 12:50:20 AM
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A balanced one. Very informative and straight to the point, hitting the bull right in the eyes. Use Your Brain. Thanks for this insight,  these and more are needed to avoid been super or scammed in this crypto world..  Greatest regret would be to learn from ones mistakes after reading all these pieces.
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August 06, 2018, 12:54:32 AM
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Good tips to safe wallet but i am already know about number 5 LMAO
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August 06, 2018, 01:05:55 AM
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In summation this week...

1.) Don't use the same password on a bunch of places
2.) Don't trade a decentralized currency in one central place
3.) Don't leave a pile of cash or BTC in an account at a website that everybody uses, but nobody really knows anything about
4.) Don't put 25,000 BTC in one wallet
5.) If you walk into a room full of cocks with a lubed up ass, consider the possibility you may get fucked.

Too many people here can tell you every technical detail about a block chain, and read transactions, but do the stupidest, common-sense-avoidable shit, and throw a tantrum.

If somebody lost 400k BTC in one transaction, in my mind, it's Satoshi or Mt. Gox's main account.  There are probably people behind the scenes working on this now, and when the market opens, there is blood in the water, and there will be sharks.  Don't sell your fucking bitcoins.  Seriously.  You're going to lose your ass.  Wait a couple of weeks for all the drama to die down.  Or sell them all, and we will buy them all up.  But don't come in here crying a week from now saying you wish you'd held on to it.

There are very very few people here, all with small BTC amounts, claiming to have their Mt. Gox funds stolen.  Whomever those 400k belonged to, they are who is going to take the hit.  Mt. Gox will more than likely go out of business because of this, as they probably should.

Somebody should have noticed these vulnerabilities before it was compromised.  People also need to keep in mind that a key feature of this whole thing is that the transactions are designed to not be reversible.  Obviously this is a special case, but in general, if you have a lot of $BTC lying around someplace stupid, you should keep in mind if you lose it, that it is GONE.  If it's a significant, or complete, chunk of your portfolio, you shouldn't leave it lying around on the equivalent of a park bench.
Thank you for a very useful advice. This will really help us for a safe and secured investment. I will take this all in mind and I will share this to my friends too.

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August 06, 2018, 04:57:43 AM
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Greate advice., but here's a little advice on how to use your brain not only on cryto.

If you're in a bit of slump, it might be due to your brain being a bit bored. Sticking to the same daily routine is like eating just white rice everyday for your noggin. It's lacking flavor and could be elevated to amazing levels with just a few basic ingredients.

Playing games with your mind keeps you sharp and boost memory retention and powers of reasoning.

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August 06, 2018, 05:29:09 AM
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A blast from the past, that are still relevant today.  Grin  Those are some words that stood the test of time, because people still trust centralized exchanges with massive amounts of coins and they still store large amounts of coins in one single wallet?

It is not as if these wallets are expensive to open, but looking at people's behaviour, you might think that someone is charging large amounts of fees per wallet, because a lot of people only have 1 or 2 wallets. ^hmmmmmm^

Open a lot of wallets and distribute your coins over paper wallets, desktop wallets, hardware wallets. web wallets etc. <It is free.. well some of them>  Roll Eyes

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August 06, 2018, 05:35:30 AM
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I think these are some of the last things people concern themselves when they get into BTC, since greed and making in money is more in the front of their minds. Interesting how it was written in 2011. And the talk about people having 25,000 BTC as being normal suddenly depressed me. Never again such an opportunity.
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August 06, 2018, 05:40:54 AM
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Meanwhile I used my brain it carefully for my future purposes especially in bitcoin we need to adjust all over the stressed when it comes to campaign.Brain is the key to earned a money while joining in this kind of program.
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Meanwhile I used my brain it carefully for my future purposes especially in bitcoin we need to adjust all over the stressed when it comes to campaign.Brain is the key to earned a money while joining in this kind of program.

Yes. Even bitcoin is experiencing downfall, we can still take some strategies in able for us to earn a lot of profits while waiting for bitcoin to increase its value and price.

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