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October 26, 2013, 03:29:44 PM
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Are you predicting a new International Currency (XIC) based on Bitcoin?

Correct.  An exact Bitcoin clone.   XIC would be an exact copy of Bitcoin; hence the term, "only son".

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October 27, 2013, 03:40:53 AM
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Why would someone make an exact clone of Bitcoin, just with a name change, and why would everyone jump on it, and forget BTC all together? 

Lol, your predictions keep getting stranger and stranger. 

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October 27, 2013, 04:47:43 AM
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Why would someone make an exact clone of Bitcoin, just with a name change, and why would everyone jump on it, and forget BTC all together? 

Lol, your predictions keep getting stranger and stranger. 

A lot of reasons, many of which I'm sure I can't think of as it's above my pay-grade, but I can think of one very good reason:  Improved Liquidity.

If Bitcoin has one economic flaw it is that it's not liquid enough, and who wants to wait decades for that extra 10 million coins, a massive amount when you consider there's only 21 million total coins?

So then, imagine having a clone of Bitcoin, the same exact protocol and the same exact parameters only you fast forward it (the evil son has grown up rather quickly) to a coin which already has all 21 million coins minted, say...like end of next year?

That right there would be one very good and very much needed reason to swap out Bitcoin with another perfect clone of Bitcoin.

And why would people jump on it?

I don't know - why is Bitcoin at $200 when it has zero intrinsic value and nothing backing it and full of uncertainty?  All this new coin would need is a shred of a shadow of a rumor that somehow Satoshi, at some point in the blockchain, wiped his ass with one of the XIC nodes and this new coin would hit $200 overnight. 

Or I'm sure there are other even better reasons.


But I digress...

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October 27, 2013, 07:06:06 AM
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Wait, what am I talking about a few decades - Bitcoin needs over a century to finally spit out all those 21 million coins and in another 3 years the reward will be cut in half again at only 12.5 coins per block.

When you're taking into account an ETF, Wall Street, Main Street and mass adoption, liquidity really starts to become a major factor.

So all my complex conspiracy theories about the government trying to throw off (Head Fake) China and Russia who are now very actively mining and hoarding Bitcoin, may end up being way over-thought out - and in the end the real reason they'll switch to XIC is for the simple reason of liquidity.

That's it:  They simply need more of it sooner rather than later, as in next century later.

Why wait a century when you have a live, viable, and proven to never fail or break down [fully intact block-chain] merge mined coin which has never died, which will have all 21 million coins ready to go right now?  And since it's an exact copy of Bitcoin (including the fake Japanese name and also the completely vanished Dev) only it grew up faster, much faster, then nobody will care - you just need a good story to get the sheep to switch.  And at the same time they'll screw the Chinese and Russians who all this time have been telling their masses to hoard the wrong coin.

Bhahhahahahaaa.  That would be a fun thing to watch.  

And maybe this is why I cannot find any real amounts of ixCoin to buy - I have been saying for months now that someone is hoarding it.  Which is very odd for a supposedly dead coin which nobody wants and everybody seems to hate.

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October 27, 2013, 07:56:02 AM
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First question, who would mine it, or why would they mine it?  The thing everyone wants with BTC, is for the masses to arrive, then start using satoshi's as the currency, and for each BTC to be worth millions.  The BTC followers aren't going to dump everything they had (and all their possible profits), and jump to a coin with all the coins already mined, and where I am guessing your conspiracy will say the US Gov't will own all the coins of this new Crypto, and sell them???  Lol, it's not going to happen.  And they would be seen not as a brave new Cryptocurrency, but as an extension of the US dollar, since the US Gov't would be backing it as your theory states.

And this "Clone" currency, would be in fact no different then any other Altcoin, aside from the parameters not being changed and 100% pre-mine.  Lol, I think you know how people react to even a 1% premine. 

And lastly, BTC isn't as stable and without flaws as you seem to believe.  It did go of the rails for a short time at least once, splitting into 2 forks.  Luckily 1 fork did take over the network again, but it's not unbreakable as you indicate.

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October 27, 2013, 08:29:13 AM
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First question, who would mine it, or why would they mine it?  The thing everyone wants with BTC, is for the masses to arrive, then start using satoshi's as the currency, and for each BTC to be worth millions.  The BTC followers aren't going to dump everything they had (and all their possible profits), and jump to a coin with all the coins already mined, and where I am guessing your conspiracy will say the US Gov't will own all the coins of this new Crypto, and sell them???  Lol, it's not going to happen.  And they would be seen not as a brave new Cryptocurrency, but as an extension of the US dollar, since the US Gov't would be backing it as your theory states.

And this "Clone" currency, would be in fact no different then any other Altcoin, aside from the parameters not being changed and 100% pre-mine.  Lol, I think you know how people react to even a 1% premine. 

And lastly, BTC isn't as stable and without flaws as you seem to believe.  It did go of the rails for a short time at least once, splitting into 2 forks.  Luckily 1 fork did take over the network again, but it's not unbreakable as you indicate.

I thought it was pretty obvious which coin I was talking about but I guess not.

ixCoin has been mined for over 3 years, with no issues and still has a fully intact block-chain, it's one of the original 5 alt-coins after Bitcoin, so it has history and it's not seen as one of these new CrapCoins or ScamCoins.  It is already being mined by the masses and in a huge way - difficulty is over 100 million and hash rate over 100 Tera Hashes, and growing very fast, right along with big papa, Bitcoin.  It is being merge mined with Bitcoin so miners wouldn't have to change much - it's already there.

Because of the huge difficulty there are very few people with more than 1% of the coin, most of the coins are evenly distributed amongst thousands of miners, just like Bitcoin.

But unlike Bitcoin, ixCoin will be fully mined and mature in less than 18 months and since it's identical to Bitcoin - ixCoin actually has an edge in that it is Bitcoin but with more liquidity.

I Don't see any reason why ixCoin cannot overtake Bitcoin if anyone with any real money decided to put some money and effort behind it.  At the very least, ixCoin can get its own ETF if Bitcoin is granted an ETF license and given it's identical to Bitcoin but more liquid I would expect it to be marketed very well.

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October 27, 2013, 09:21:29 AM
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so the NWO will collect taxes in XIC? Cool, I'm waiting on some more blades
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October 27, 2013, 09:58:44 AM
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This thread is so idiotic it makes my head hurt, but I feel I must jump in.

...I can think of one very good reason:  Improved Liquidity.

If Bitcoin has one economic flaw it is that it's not liquid enough, and who wants to wait decades for that extra 10 million coins, a massive amount when you consider there's only 21 million total coins?

For thinking outside the box, you're using a surprisingly narrow-minded approach. There are currently close to 12 million Bitcoins in existence--that equals 1,200,000,000,000,000 units of tradable currency. How is that not liquid enough??

It sounds like you're one of the "$200 for one bitcoin is too expensive to be useful" people. Well, what about $0.000002 per satoshi? Is that too expensive to trade?

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I don't know - why is Bitcoin at $200 when it has zero intrinsic value and nothing backing it and full of uncertainty?

What is your definition of intrinsic value? Does a gold bar on a deserted island have intrinsic value? You can't eat it. It's worthless.

Bitcoin can carry value just as well as a dollar, a gold coin, a chicken, or any other form of currency. They all have value because someone else will want them in the future, which means they can be traded for goods, services, or other currencies. The chicken, because it can be eaten. The gold, because it's pretty and can be resold or possibly traded for a chicken.

Saying bitcoins should be worthless because they aren't backed by anything is a weak argument argument in my opinion, because neither is anything else, if you really think about it.

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October 29, 2013, 12:25:44 AM
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Actually, the more I look at this symbol the more it fits in so many ways.







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October 29, 2013, 04:14:22 AM
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Actually, the more I look at this symbol the more it fits in so many ways.








That symbol looks like a double ended dildo...so while it can fit in so many ways some way work better than others.
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Actually, the more I look at this symbol the more it fits in so many ways.




That symbol looks like a double ended dildo...so while it can fit in so many ways some way work better than others.


Great observation, the dildo effect didn't cross my mind.  Hahahaa.

What did dawn on me though, was the perfect worldly blend between Secularism and Catholicism or the current blend we now have in our global system, which is ran by the Jesuits, not the Jews.  The Jews will be their scapegoat...once again.

Cause if you think there's gonna be a new global currency and the Vatican won't have its paws in it then I've got 100 trillion ShitCoins to sell you.  

And of course, the image which embodies this is strangely similar to the image I just posted.



And that image is this:






This is the symbol of the wicked world.  And no, it's not a cross, a double cross is not in the bible nor is it biblical but it is a commonly used satanic symbol.







And this is the symbol of XIC:



Anybody else notice a similarity?  I mean, besides the double headed dildo I can't get out of my head now.  lol.


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October 29, 2013, 06:31:19 PM
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All religious symbology comes from pagan and other more ancient cultures.

Thanks to the good and evil religious wackos, we have little/no idea what they really meant.

In 500 years, someone might look at the crucifix and call it satanic/evil. 2000 years of genocide will do that.

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October 29, 2013, 09:04:27 PM
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Actually, the more I look at this symbol the more it fits in so many ways.





http://i.imgur.com/urZGORT.jpg

OMG it's the "EYE"COIN!!!  Grin
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October 29, 2013, 09:21:05 PM
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Actually, the more I look at this symbol the more it fits in so many ways.







OMG it's the "EYE"COIN!!!  Grin




Man, I totally missed that.  lol






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October 30, 2013, 01:21:50 AM
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Somebody quote this post to create a timestamp.

As of right now, 10/29/2013, ixCoin is selling for one half of 1 USD penny ($.005).

I'm down 50% on my now 60 Bitcoin investment in ixCoin which I gotta say, it hurts, it tests your rationale and convictions for an investment.

But it (ixCoin) still makes the most sense out of all the alt coins so I will keep holding and we will see what happens in the coming months.

I have a feeling something has to happen.  Either the bankers jump in and create and ETF 2.0 or some western governments jump in and create a competing crypto coin given China and Russia, our enemies, have now started hoarding Bitcoin en masse.  

Something has to give in the next few months!

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October 30, 2013, 01:18:38 PM
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Somebody quote this post to create a timestamp.

As of right now, 10/29/2013, ixCoin is selling for one half of 1 USD penny ($.005).

I'm down 50% on my now 60 Bitcoin investment in ixCoin which I gotta say, it hurts, it tests your rationale and convictions for an investment.

But it (ixCoin) still makes the most sense out of all the alt coins so I will keep holding and we will see what happens in the coming months.

I have a feeling something has to happen.  Either the bankers jump in and create and ETF 2.0 or some western governments jump in and create a competing crypto coin given China and Russia, our enemies, have now started hoarding Bitcoin en masse.  

Something has to give in the next few months!

"You have to let go of this friends an enemies,  cops an robbers thing"

Vlad , thats what I was going to comment , but then I read up thread , so my comment looks rather lost in your insanity .

Dont get me wrong , I like your alternative view , as id like to embrace all views .


But the war is over Vlad ;

the Catholics are a religion based on paganism that was losing viability then made a come back,

Jews are just people that live in different places , some are confused into thinking they are "chosen" but thats mostly because they were used by a banking cartel.

Lets see Jesuits ?  Really ? ?.tenth shot vlad.

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"World currency"  was and is the USD , so this "world order" you are living in it , yeah its probably falling apart but hey its been a good innings.

There is no plan Vlad , switch off the TV , have you not witnessed recent events in the history of your planet, there is no plan im sorry,  dont blame me, blame humans. And thier willingness to communicate.



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Im sure Russians and Chinese do , some small minority anyhow,  and I did state that nations with "better" incentive based revenue policy and legislation will be more likely to " accept and integrate" or " ignore and benift" from cryptocurrency.



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October 30, 2013, 01:54:36 PM
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Somebody quote this post to create a timestamp.

As of right now, 10/29/2013, ixCoin is selling for one half of 1 USD penny ($.005).

I'm down 50% on my now 60 Bitcoin investment in ixCoin which I gotta say, it hurts, it tests your rationale and convictions for an investment.

But it (ixCoin) still makes the most sense out of all the alt coins so I will keep holding and we will see what happens in the coming months.

I have a feeling something has to happen.  Either the bankers jump in and create and ETF 2.0 or some western governments jump in and create a competing crypto coin given China and Russia, our enemies, have now started hoarding Bitcoin en masse.  

Something has to give in the next few months!

so this whole thread was just a big ole ixcoin pump lol

entertaining to read  Cheesy
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October 30, 2013, 01:56:37 PM
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First question, who would mine it, or why would they mine it?  The thing everyone wants with BTC, is for the masses to arrive, then start using satoshi's as the currency, and for each BTC to be worth millions.  The BTC followers aren't going to dump everything they had (and all their possible profits), and jump to a coin with all the coins already mined, and where I am guessing your conspiracy will say the US Gov't will own all the coins of this new Crypto, and sell them???  Lol, it's not going to happen.  And they would be seen not as a brave new Cryptocurrency, but as an extension of the US dollar, since the US Gov't would be backing it as your theory states.

And this "Clone" currency, would be in fact no different then any other Altcoin, aside from the parameters not being changed and 100% pre-mine.  Lol, I think you know how people react to even a 1% premine.  

And lastly, BTC isn't as stable and without flaws as you seem to believe.  It did go of the rails for a short time at least once, splitting into 2 forks.  Luckily 1 fork did take over the network again, but it's not unbreakable as you indicate.

I thought it was pretty obvious which coin I was talking about but I guess not.

ixCoin has been mined for over 3 years, with no issues and still has a fully intact block-chain, it's one of the original 5 alt-coins after Bitcoin, so it has history and it's not seen as one of these new CrapCoins or ScamCoins.  It is already being mined by the masses and in a huge way - difficulty is over 100 million and hash rate over 100 Tera Hashes, and growing very fast, right along with big papa, Bitcoin.  It is being merge mined with Bitcoin so miners wouldn't have to change much - it's already there.

Because of the huge difficulty there are very few people with more than 1% of the coin, most of the coins are evenly distributed amongst thousands of miners, just like Bitcoin.

But unlike Bitcoin, ixCoin will be fully mined and mature in less than 18 months and since it's identical to Bitcoin - ixCoin actually has an edge in that it is Bitcoin but with more liquidity.

I Don't see any reason why ixCoin cannot overtake Bitcoin if anyone with any real money decided to put some money and effort behind it.  At the very least, ixCoin can get its own ETF if Bitcoin is granted an ETF license and given it's identical to Bitcoin but more liquid I would expect it to be marketed very well.

I have a religious vision Vlad it goes like this ;

100s of wishful gen1 ASIC owners {BFL rape victims included} wanting to buy into your insanity.  

Maybe it will happen ?

Cryptocurrency is, after all , what we make it.

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October 30, 2013, 02:20:27 PM
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WTF makes you think BTC is evenly distributed ?  Same goes for IXC and any alt.

You have been sold a 'wholely' boat Vlad. Huh


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October 30, 2013, 02:23:19 PM
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Riddles determining the future of cryptocoin? Wheres your giraffe Vlad?

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