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July 25, 2017, 08:48:36 PM
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How many bitcoins he had in that paper wallet?
about 1700 BTC. In the end he said he found the paper wallet and started doing monster-bets at 90% with the nick "fuc*it"  Grin
I've found the topic, read this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242962.msg3282397#msg3282397  and this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242962.msg3282877#msg3282877

Basically I remember that thread. And I am very very surprised that someone with so much BTC had very little brains.

His withdrew was accidently sent to his old paper wallet, that the guy threw out. I don't know if it was dooglus fault or mechs.

I guess these days with hardware wallets this kind of thing doesnt happen.

EDIT:

Apparently he looked threw his garbage and found the private key again

https://blockchain.info/address/19WHFhiB9aCeUvWUsJSHQHFnVv837cqTSY

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July 25, 2017, 09:38:47 PM
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How many bitcoins he had in that paper wallet?
about 1700 BTC. In the end he said he found the paper wallet and started doing monster-bets at 90% with the nick "fuc*it"  Grin
I've found the topic, read this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242962.msg3282397#msg3282397  and this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242962.msg3282877#msg3282877

Basically I remember that thread. And I am very very surprised that someone with so much BTC had very little brains.

His withdrew was accidently sent to his old paper wallet, that the guy threw out. I don't know if it was dooglus fault or mechs.

I guess these days with hardware wallets this kind of thing doesnt happen.

EDIT:

Apparently he looked threw his garbage and found the private key again

https://blockchain.info/address/19WHFhiB9aCeUvWUsJSHQHFnVv837cqTSY

Holly mother. Why he doesn't want to donate to an innocent like me? For real, this may look as an off topic message but when you see this type of addresses you wonder, why you are not in his spot...


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July 25, 2017, 10:19:52 PM
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Basically I remember that thread. And I am very very surprised that someone with so much BTC had very little brains.
Not surprising. BTC was not distributed according to brain size. Wink


I guess these days with hardware wallets this kind of thing doesnt happen.
Hardware wallets have its own downside as well. Many HODLers use simple paper wallet.

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July 25, 2017, 11:22:17 PM
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Basically I remember that thread. And I am very very surprised that someone with so much BTC had very little brains.
Not surprising. BTC was not distributed according to brain size. Wink


I guess these days with hardware wallets this kind of thing doesnt happen.
Hardware wallets have its own downside as well. Many HODLers use simple paper wallet.

I am pretty sure that guy, the way he gambled, he was probably a very early CPU miner in 2009 and 2010. He probably had like 1000-5000 BTC in all his cold storage paper wallets.

He gambled money, left and right, and when he lost he wasn't very emotional about it.

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July 26, 2017, 03:33:00 AM
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Basically I remember that thread. And I am very very surprised that someone with so much BTC had very little brains.
Not surprising. BTC was not distributed according to brain size. Wink


I guess these days with hardware wallets this kind of thing doesnt happen.
Hardware wallets have its own downside as well. Many HODLers use simple paper wallet.

I am pretty sure that guy, the way he gambled, he was probably a very early CPU miner in 2009 and 2010. He probably had like 1000-5000 BTC in all his cold storage paper wallets.

He gambled money, left and right, and when he lost he wasn't very emotional about it.

Well, that could be because he didn't lose even 10% of the total btc he has.
Imagine you lose that much in 10 minutes how you'll feel?
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July 26, 2017, 11:27:08 AM
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Basically I remember that thread. And I am very very surprised that someone with so much BTC had very little brains.
Not surprising. BTC was not distributed according to brain size. Wink


I guess these days with hardware wallets this kind of thing doesnt happen.
Hardware wallets have its own downside as well. Many HODLers use simple paper wallet.

I am pretty sure that guy, the way he gambled, he was probably a very early CPU miner in 2009 and 2010. He probably had like 1000-5000 BTC in all his cold storage paper wallets.

He gambled money, left and right, and when he lost he wasn't very emotional about it.

Well, that could be because he didn't lose even 10% of the total btc he has.
Imagine you lose that much in 10 minutes how you'll feel?


I'd rather imagine having a beer with Edward than imagining a sad scenario like that.

Anyways have Micro made an official announcement already?


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July 26, 2017, 06:59:07 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

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July 26, 2017, 07:29:33 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

Wow really surprised that casinos started to take a stance on Bitcoin Cash.

As much as we all hate Bitcoin Cash, it looks with all this demand and promotion it will be here to stay. I am predicting it will be worth 10% of BTC and be pretty much like the ETH/ETC pairs.

Where ones goes up and the other is correlated in the opposite direction. I think best would be to hold both coins in the future to secure your money because the value of BTC will decrease and BCC will increase and vice-versa.

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July 26, 2017, 07:36:41 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

Micro please clear my doubt that is it not good to hold my bitcoins on any website after 31st of July or just only on primedice.
I don't know much about what's going in Bitcoin industry this UAHF system is also out of my knowledge atm.
Can someone please explain in short what actually gonna happen.
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July 26, 2017, 08:19:31 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

Micro please clear my doubt that is it not good to hold my bitcoins on any website after 31st of July or just only on primedice.
I don't know much about what's going in Bitcoin industry this UAHF system is also out of my knowledge atm.
Can someone please explain in short what actually gonna happen.
Thanks

Hey,

There is a lot of info on what is going on at this moment. Coindesk is a good source.

As for Primedice, it will be 100% safe to have your coins on primedice. You will only need to withdraw if you want to switch to Bitcoin cash.

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July 26, 2017, 10:08:42 PM
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Hey guys,
I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.
Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.
It is good to see a proper update regarding how prime dice looks at the alternatives ,so basically those who really need to have the split coins need to withdraw the coins before 31 st July right,is there any plans to add more coins,i mean bitcoin spin off coins at a later stage. Wink
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July 26, 2017, 10:15:32 PM
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Hey guys,
I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.
Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.
It is good to see a proper update regarding how prime dice looks at the alternatives ,so basically those who really need to have the split coins need to withdraw the coins before 31 st July right,is there any plans to add more coins,i mean bitcoin spin off coins at a later stage. Wink

Well since they only allow BTC now and for the last few years I am pretty sure there will be no alt-coins allowed for deposits.

Only way I see them allowing Bitcoin Cash if it by some miracle Bitcoin Cash overtakes Bitcoin in a few years and they have to make the switch. But that won't happen.

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July 26, 2017, 10:57:51 PM
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Well since they only allow BTC now and for the last few years I am pretty sure there will be no alt-coins allowed for deposits.

Only way I see them allowing Bitcoin Cash if it by some miracle Bitcoin Cash overtakes Bitcoin in a few years and they have to make the switch. But that won't happen.
Since we are all speculating here about bitcoin and its future and whether to allow BCC,how about Satoshi coming back and dumping the coins by August ,it will be a big disaster right.  Cheesy It is a real uncertain period right now,either way the coins the founder is holding is immense and i really think that he might be having the last laugh if he is not happy with the current development. Prime dice wont allow any alts and they wont have any plans as MICRO pointed out.



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July 26, 2017, 11:36:10 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.


when you will add bitcoin cash?
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July 27, 2017, 05:18:18 AM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

Wow really surprised that casinos started to take a stance on Bitcoin Cash.

As much as we all hate Bitcoin Cash, it looks with all this demand and promotion it will be here to stay. I am predicting it will be worth 10% of BTC and be pretty much like the ETH/ETC pairs.

Where ones goes up and the other is correlated in the opposite direction. I think best would be to hold both coins in the future to secure your money because the value of BTC will decrease and BCC will increase and vice-versa.

There's no guarantee there will even be a fork, 6 blocks have to be mined at the same difficulty of bitcoin with bitcoin cash unlikely to be trading at more than 5-10% of the bitcoin price considering pretty much no wallets or services support it.

If it does fork I recommend dumping your bitcoin cash before the price goes to zero. Bitcoin cash in my opinion is just a ploy being pumped by those who want to guarantee segwit 2x in its entirety takes effect.

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July 27, 2017, 03:13:03 PM
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Well since they only allow BTC now and for the last few years I am pretty sure there will be no alt-coins allowed for deposits.

Only way I see them allowing Bitcoin Cash if it by some miracle Bitcoin Cash overtakes Bitcoin in a few years and they have to make the switch. But that won't happen.
Since we are all speculating here about bitcoin and its future and whether to allow BCC,how about Satoshi coming back and dumping the coins by August ,it will be a big disaster right.  Cheesy It is a real uncertain period right now,either way the coins the founder is holding is immense and i really think that he might be having the last laugh if he is not happy with the current development. Prime dice wont allow any alts and they wont have any plans as MICRO pointed out.

I think Satoshi doing that is highly unlikely. Who knows if he even has access to that wallets yet. And bitcoin has been proven resilient to many stuff so far so we think Bitcoin it the way to go in foreseeable future.

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July 27, 2017, 03:35:16 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

Micro please clear my doubt that is it not good to hold my bitcoins on any website after 31st of July or just only on primedice.
I don't know much about what's going in Bitcoin industry this UAHF system is also out of my knowledge atm.
Can someone please explain in short what actually gonna happen.
Thanks

Hey,

There is a lot of info on what is going on at this moment. Coindesk is a good source.

As for Primedice, it will be 100% safe to have your coins on primedice. You will only need to withdraw if you want to switch to Bitcoin cash.

will you be stopping withdrawals/deposits come the 1st of August?
is there any contingency plan as to how Primedice will be dealing with the possible fork?
I understand UASF and BCC is not your bag Smiley but there is an increased risk of transactions get stuck or even lost before the alleged split
so it would be wise to stop all ingoing and outgoing transactions to avoid confusion and coin loss

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July 27, 2017, 03:39:51 PM
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to make a statement about “Bitcoin Cash” BTCC because everyone has been asking about it.

Primedice does not support UAHF, aka Bitcoin Cash.  Users who would like to hold UAHF coins should withdraw their bitcoin from Primedice by July 31, as we will continue to use BTC.

Micro please clear my doubt that is it not good to hold my bitcoins on any website after 31st of July or just only on primedice.
I don't know much about what's going in Bitcoin industry this UAHF system is also out of my knowledge atm.
Can someone please explain in short what actually gonna happen.
Thanks

Hey,

There is a lot of info on what is going on at this moment. Coindesk is a good source.

As for Primedice, it will be 100% safe to have your coins on primedice. You will only need to withdraw if you want to switch to Bitcoin cash.

will you be stopping withdrawals/deposits come the 1st of August?
is there any contingency plan as to how Primedice will be dealing with the possible fork?
I understand UASF and BCC is not your bag Smiley but there is an increased risk of transactions get stuck or even lost before the alleged split
so it would be wise to stop all ingoing and outgoing transactions to avoid confusion and coin loss

That might happen and we are considering to use that opportunity to change wallets. So we have less issues with people depositing to old deposit addresses.

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