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September 26, 2013, 10:19:26 AM
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Seeing as how you resort to attacking the opponent (Ad hominem) instead of what I'm actually saying, so what about your Dec 20 2012 message stating "BITCOIN IS DEAD" and that you're switching to mining Litecoin?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=131809.msg1412058#msg1412058
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September 26, 2013, 10:23:52 AM
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Seeing as how you resort to attacking the opponent (Ad hominem) instead of what I'm actually saying, so what about your Dec 20 2012 message stating "BITCOIN IS DEAD" and that you're switching to mining Litecoin?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=131809.msg1412058#msg1412058
"Time to switch on litecoin. BITCOIN IS DEAD for normal miner"
It seems has a different meaning from only "BITCOIN IS DEAD".

It's now too easy to show that you are trying to mislead the meaning of words Wink

After this, I'm out.

I can still talk about this with other people Smiley

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September 26, 2013, 10:24:13 AM
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JoelKatz answered EVERY POINT of your argumentation. If not go on ripple forum and ask. You won't do that because it would expose your lies and everybody could see that the ONLY point why you are hating ripple is because you are scared for the bitcoin value....


https://ripple.com/forum
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September 26, 2013, 10:25:06 AM
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[/quote]"Time to switch on litecoin. BITCOIN IS DEAD for normal miner"
It seems has a different meaning from only "BITCOIN IS DEAD".

It's now too easy to show that you are trying to mislead the meaning of words Wink
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+1 And it was provocative on purpose... Your lies will be exposed soon with the success of ripple...
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September 26, 2013, 10:25:16 AM
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JoelKatz answered EVERY POINT of your argumentation. If not go on ripple forum and ask. You won't do that because it would expose your lies and everybody could see that the ONLY point why you are hating ripple is because you are scared for the bitcoin value....
No he didn't. The burden of proof is on you, not on me going on ripple forum.

Please present me with JoelKatz's response. The last time I heard from him was that he left a comment on Ripplescam.org saying he is willing to debate it on a neutral platform (eg bitcoin forum), while ignoring all my respectful questions directed towards him on Ripple.

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+1 And it was provocative on purpose... Your lies will be exposed soon with the success of ripple...

Are the following provocative on purpose?

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Especially this one? Do you support murdering people that do not provide you with tech support??

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Then why would I help you now?

you're not here to help, you are talking about "caps" I so hate people like you, so useless, a bullet in the head that's all you deserve
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September 26, 2013, 10:25:36 AM
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You can still transfer them and have full control over them - you are jsut not able to redeem the value they stand for.

https://ripple.com/wiki/Gateway_policies
https://ripple.com/wiki/Transit_Fees

A gateway is able to levy you a 100% transfer fee on their IOUs. Not only won't you be able to redeem the value they stand for, but you can't even transfer it.

You should spend more time reading the official ripple wiki, particularly:

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Restricted issuance of IOUs
    The gateway may restrict the accounts to which it sends IOUs. For instance, it may limit sending to those account for which KYC requirements have been met.
Restricted holding of IOUs
    The gateway may restrict hold of its IOUs to pre-approved accounts. See Authorized accounts
IOU freezing
    Not implemented. The gateway may freeze an account's ability to transfer their IOUs.

SO WHAT ? What will you do when Mtgox or other plateforme will be shutdown by USA and that bitcoin value will come close to 0 because of that ?

Making efforts to be compliant and to insure that this network is not to fund alquaeda people is legit .

the network will fund them just not those particular gateways
  dont use those gateways and you wont have the problem.
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September 26, 2013, 10:25:50 AM
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Actually gateways must set "restricted holding" the very first time they issue an IOU. So, existing gateways can't actually restrict or freeze anything.

If a government knocks on Ripple Lab's door and mandates restricted holding, do you think code will stop them? With Bitcoin, people won't follow the fork. With Ripple, you're already following the fork.

You're forgetting OpenCoin validators may simply refuse to broadcast transactions.

The first is an empty argument, as validators can switch to a friendly country in just 1 minute.

The second is totally pointless, as everyone can choose the validators that they like best.

You continue, by the way, confusing a payment system with a currency like bitcoin, and ignoring the benefits that a distributed market could give to bitcoin itself.

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September 26, 2013, 10:28:08 AM
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The first is an empty argument, as validators can switch to a friendly country in just 1 minute.

The second is totally pointless, as everyone can choose the validators that they like best.

You continue, by the way, confusing a payment system with a currency like bitcoin, and ignoring the benefits that a distributed market could give to bitcoin itself.

I'm not aware of how it is possible to switch from a US-owned ARIN block to another country in just 1 minute, because ARIN reassigning a IP block used by Amazon AWS to a 'friendly country' (Russia? Iran? Syria?) in the timespan of 1 minute when the propagation will take longer is.. dubious.

http://ripple.com/ripple.txt

54.225.112.220: US, United States
54.225.123.13: US, United States
107.21.251.218: US, United States
184.73.226.101: US, United States
23.23.201.55: US, United States

Next?

Saying everyone can choose the validators that they like best is a misleading claim. If you don't choose OpenCoin in your UNL, you will not get the same transactions as any other ripple user. This point is elaborated in more detail in RippleScam.org
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September 26, 2013, 10:32:19 AM
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Is it possible to sell ripple for BTC?
I still have 10000 ripple from some giveaway I have no use for.
Any good exchanges?
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September 26, 2013, 10:33:32 AM
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Is it possible to sell ripple for BTC?
I still have 10000 ripple from some giveaway I have no use for.
Any good exchanges?

Try BitStamp.
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September 26, 2013, 10:34:36 AM
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You can on Bitstamp.
Exchange them on Ripple with IOU BTC Bitstamp, deposit them on Bitstamp and withdraw them Smiley

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September 26, 2013, 10:36:26 AM
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You can on Bitstamp.
Exchange them on Ripple with IOU BTC Bitstamp, deposit them on Bitstamp and withdraw them Smiley
Do it quick through if you don't want to go through the hassle of getting AML verified, https://www.bitstamp.net/article/bitstamp-new-verification-requirements/ BitStamp is requiring AML for Bitcoin transfers (ie deposits, withdrawals) as of Sep 30th. You've got a few days.

HostFat and mah87, still waiting for a response. Or do you think I deserve "a bullet to the head"?  Huh
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September 26, 2013, 10:41:57 AM
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Watching TF struggle over the upcoming months will be the most entertaining thing on this forum since Pirate and Matthew.


In regards to your smear campaign, good luck getting ROI on that one, you dun goofed!  (I dare you to pay another year of google adwords for ripplescam.   Cheesy)

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they keep laughing, then they start choking on their laughter, and then they go and catch their breath. Then they start laughing even more.
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September 26, 2013, 10:53:44 AM
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Watching TF struggle over the upcoming months will be the most entertaining thing on this forum since Pirate and Matthew.


In regards to your smear campaign, good luck getting ROI on that one, you dun goofed!  (I dare you to pay another year of google adwords for ripplescam.   Cheesy)
That's funny, because ripple scam project was never for profit. There's no ROI to achieve.

If you only talk to the tiny amount of Ripple shills, of course you'll think I'm struggling. But take a look here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301778.0 Smiley

FYI, my AdWords campaign for RippleScam is still running. I've tuned it so I pay less than a cent per impression of ripplescam.org Smiley
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September 26, 2013, 11:02:53 AM
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Watching TF struggle over the upcoming months will be the most entertaining thing on this forum since Pirate and Matthew.


In regards to your smear campaign, good luck getting ROI on that one, you dun goofed!  (I dare you to pay another year of google adwords for ripplescam.   Cheesy)
That's funny, because ripple scam project was never for profit. There's no ROI to achieve.

If you only talk to the tiny amount of Ripple shills, of course you'll think I'm struggling. But take a look here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301778.0 Smiley

FYI, my AdWords campaign for RippleScam is still running. I've tuned it so I pay less than a cent per impression of ripplescam.org Smiley

Oh you did expect ROI, namely hoping to get the Ripple VC money turned into Butts and profiting from the resulting capital gains.

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September 26, 2013, 11:43:33 AM
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You can on Bitstamp.
Exchange them on Ripple with IOU BTC Bitstamp, deposit them on Bitstamp and withdraw them Smiley
Do it quick through if you don't want to go through the hassle of getting AML verified, https://www.bitstamp.net/article/bitstamp-new-verification-requirements/ BitStamp is requiring AML for Bitcoin transfers (ie deposits, withdrawals) as of Sep 30th. You've got a few days.

HostFat and mah87, still waiting for a response. Or do you think I deserve "a bullet to the head"?  Huh


hey trade do you think bitstamp could just deny a bundle of existing users their AML applications and seize their BTC

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September 26, 2013, 01:41:24 PM
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Watching TF struggle over the upcoming months will be the most entertaining thing on this forum since Pirate and Matthew.


In regards to your smear campaign, good luck getting ROI on that one, you dun goofed!  (I dare you to pay another year of google adwords for ripplescam.   Cheesy)
That's funny, because ripple scam project was never for profit. There's no ROI to achieve.

If you only talk to the tiny amount of Ripple shills, of course you'll think I'm struggling. But take a look here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301778.0 Smiley

FYI, my AdWords campaign for RippleScam is still running. I've tuned it so I pay less than a cent per impression of ripplescam.org Smiley

You are not asking your question in ripple forum cause you know JoelKatz would answer all of them. Do your critism there, ask for answers, then if they can't answer i'll follow you Wink

Again: www.ripple.com/forum

since you are not doing that , it's just because you are spreading lies.
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September 26, 2013, 01:46:03 PM
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Hell Yeah!

Lived up to their promise and the price is rising fast.  XRP might hit some record highs soon!

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September 26, 2013, 01:49:31 PM
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Saying everyone can choose the validators that they like best is a misleading claim. If you don't choose OpenCoin in your UNL, you will not get the same transactions as any other ripple user. This point is elaborated in more detail in RippleScam.org
This is completely wrong and you would see that if you would actually run a rippled.

To convert XRP to BTC one actually just needs to use the Bitstamp bridge - just send money to a BTC address from within the official client and it will automatically trade on the Ripple market and send it on the Blockchain for you. I do not know if Bitstamp will stop this in the future for AML reasons, though there is the chance that others might provide similar services.

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September 26, 2013, 01:59:52 PM
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If this is true then they are great news.
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