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March 01, 2015, 10:57:57 PM
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News:

Bitcoin Foundation Elects Olivier Janssens and Jim Harper as New Board Members.


Remember months ago, before all the candidates were even announced I said Jim Harper was GUARANTEED to win.

I never heard or read anyone saying or even implying that.  It was purely my educated guess.

So how did I know with 100% certainty the winner of one of the vacated seats when this winner was also at the time FIRED by the Bitcoin Foundation?

Who would think a guy who was just fired would be a guaranteed win?  That's crazy.

Like I've been saying for nearly 2 years now, so many things about Bitcoin are so incredibly predictable and the only way that's possible is if it's one big [pre-planned] game and so it obviously must be.


Harper is one of the good guys, BTW.  Bitcoin is lucky to have a Cato guard on the board.  These people, their hearts lean to the right and they are backed by MASSIVE money and power.

I tried to get them on the IXC board, but [so far] have failed.  But I'm still trying; I simply don't know any better.  lol

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March 03, 2015, 05:17:38 AM
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Interesting News:


Bryce Weiner just got banned from Twitter for [change]tipping ISIS.  haha.

I said from day one, a year ago, that Bryce was not on the level, he was not who he pretended to be and that most likely he was either another bank shill, like Andreas, or a government [federal] agent, I speculated then that he was most likely a fed or at least a fed informant.  

And now, this ISIS stunt is nothing more than a publicity stunt to get some much needed street credit.

Well played but way too obvious.  Next time they should at least choose a smart guy, or would that be even more obvious.

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March 03, 2015, 09:54:24 AM
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March 22, 2015, 09:25:28 AM
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I can't sleep and this whole thing just hit me like a brick!!!!

I think I cracked the meaning of ix.

Think about this:  Russia recently stated that Bitcoin is secretly the new Currency of the U.S.  I too have be saying this since 2013.

Now, I doubt Russia and China are lacking in spies and I doubt this news would come after a guy like me realizes it so they must have known for years.

This begs the question:  Where is Russia's Coin?  Where is China's?

Sure they can launch one now but any great coin has to be field tested in the wild for years, just like Bitcoin.

And it has to be, preferably, a secret, until the last moment to ensure quicker mass adoption and "proper" distribution.

So I searched the meaning of IX and how it relates in Russian, Chinese [and Japanese] history and culture.

In Japanese ix [or 9] sounds like "Pain" so the Japanese would never use ix.  

So Thomas is clearly not Japanese.  Sorry Thomas, I really do like you, regardless.


In Russian, I found no Significant historical or cultural meanings.

But in Chinese:  Oh Shit, I think I cracked the code of IX, [you bastards].....lol

Get a load of this and tell me if there is any doubt, and why for 4 years we can never get a straight answer to why IX was chosen:


Chinese culture

IX - Nine (九 pinyin jiǔ) is considered a good number in Chinese culture because it sounds the same as the word "longlasting" (久 pinyin jiǔ).

Nine is strongly associated with the Chinese dragon, a symbol of magic and power. There are nine forms of the dragon, it is described in terms of nine attributes, and it has nine children. It has 117 scales - 81 yang (masculine, heavenly) and 36 yin (feminine, earthly). All three numbers are multiples of 9 (9×13=117, 9×9=81, 9×4=36)[1] as well as having the same digital root of 9.

The dragon often symbolizes the Emperor, and the number nine can be found in many ornaments in the Forbidden City.

The circular altar platform (Earthly Mount) of the Temple of Heaven has one circular marble plate in the center, surrounded by a ring of nine plates, then by a ring of 18 plates, and so on, for a total of nine rings, with the outermost having 81=9×9 plates.

The name of the area called Kowloon in Hong Kong literally means: nine dragons.

The nine-dotted line (Chinese: 南海九段线; pinyin: nánhǎi jiǔduàn xiàn; literally: "Nine-segment line of the South China Sea") delimits certain island claims by China in the South China Sea.

The nine-rank system was a civil service nomination system used during certain Chinese dynasties.

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I'm pretty sure if China launches or has launched a crypto-coin their favorite name will be 9, or IX.

The whole bullshit with the I symbol [the cross of Loraine] was to throw guys like me off.  That, IXC, the whole hidden meaning about the colonies, it made me believe the Jesuits launched iXcoin, the West.

Clever bastards...very clever indeed...

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March 22, 2015, 09:29:39 AM
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Interestingly enough, and unbeknownst to our Chinese brethren, the dragon in the Torah and the Christian bible is the devil himself so our biblical symbolism [which may lead to XIC] continues with the number 9 [ix] as it relates [to the dragon] in Chinese culture.

So iXcoin literally stands for DragonCoin or ChineseEmperorCoin.

No vanity there.  lol



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March 22, 2015, 11:06:17 AM
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How does a person stay high for 2+ years? :O

Look, the lucky number in China is 8, everything is priced at "xx8" say 998 or 498 or something. It always ends in an 8. So IF they were to use a number for something, it would be 8. Besides, they wouldn't use roman numerials...

and 9 is kyu in japanese. Pain is itami. I don't see the connection.

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March 23, 2015, 04:43:37 PM
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Like I said last year, they're gonna use catalysts [like Ebola, Terrorism, etc] to greatly speed up the use of Bitcoin/Crypto this year.

It has begun.  Later this year the use of [anonymous] cash will be limited, by force, "to combat terrorism".  lol

So predictable!

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-23/fighting-war-terror-banning-cash


ISIS is also using Bitcoin, so I wonder why they're not banning that.

Oh yeah, cause Bitcoin is not anonymous nor decentralized and it is the perfect Global Asset Tracking Tool.  haha!

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March 23, 2015, 06:49:12 PM
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How about paycoin? To the moooon  Smiley
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March 23, 2015, 07:25:50 PM
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How about paycoin? To the moooon  Smiley

I don't know.  I should have dumped on that big run last week.  I'm tired of waiting for something to happen so hopefully we'll get one more pump so I can sell.

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March 26, 2015, 07:23:26 AM
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In Italy, private digital storage [your personal Hard Drive] is no longer private.

For your own protection from terrorists [and the boogeyman], of course.  haha!



http://cryptoclever.com/2015/03/25/this-is-huge-private-digital-property-of-italians-hdd-no-longer-private/


You guys still think the digital blockchain, that beautiful permanent ledger [and Global Asset Tracking Tool] created by our savior, Satoshi, is looking like a great decentralized and anonymous idea? 

I know, I know, Andreas said in 2013 we'll just ignore these laws and do whatever we want.  But it's funny how he's as quiet as a pig in the cornfield now, while world governments are taking away our anonymous cash and setting the ground for forced Bitcoin/Crypto adoption [beginning this year] with the obvious intent to enslave every Citizen Dog on earth - inside that wonderful "freedom loving" Blockchain.  lol

Yaaay, let's kill the [anonymous paper money] Fed.  Boy, we sure showed them!  hahaha!

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April 01, 2015, 03:17:27 AM
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Secret Service agent, Shaun W. Bridges, signed warrant in 2013 to seize Mt. Gox Account.

Bahahaaa!

And we now also find out that Karpeles is under a gag order.  Why wouldn't a Judge or Govt want him to speak publicly about Gox?

I said in 2013 that the Gox theft was an inside job and that the banks and govt stole all the bitcoins.  And that Silk Road was allowed to operate [then hijacked] for the same reason.

So the US govt has illegally gained a massive amount [millions] of Bitcoins.

Not counting the massive anonymous mining pools.

Especially if I'm also right and Satoshi's 1 million Bitcoins also belong to the U.S. Government.

Nothing centralized there...haha!

This is why I was 100% certain the ETF license was a guarantee from day one.  In 2013 all the finance pros and top economists said there was NO chance Bitcoin would ever get an ETF license.  Remember the diamond industry has been trying for over 4 years now with no success.

I must say, Bitcoin has been the most predictable asset/scheme I have ever seen.  

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April 02, 2015, 12:27:42 AM
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President Obama signs new Executive Order -- "Blocking the Property of Certain Persons Engaging in Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities"

You know, like Free speech!!!

Huge problem here:  How do you block anonymous CASH?!?

Oh, you can't!


Boy, if only the government had some way of digitizing everyone's cash, assets, salaries, contracts, deeds, etc and maybe figure out a way to put everything inside a box, something like a cement box, like a digital BLOCK and maybe figure out a way to CHAIN it in [permanently] so it can NEVER EVER leave the Block.

Man, that would be the wet dream of wet dreams of any totalitarian, confiscation and control scheme for all world governments.


If we only had a genius, who the idiot sheep masses would worship, who could figure out how to do all this and then somehow get billions of mindless citizen dogs to cheer and chant: "Kill CASH! Kill Paper Fiat! Kill the fed."  

Bahahaaaaa.  Human stupidity truly is infinite.  lol

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April 02, 2015, 02:56:46 PM
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I'm just going to file this here. As bitcoin was never intended to be decentralized.



Let's take a look at what Satoshi ACTUALLY said back in 2010 about how he expected the network to operate:

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Simplified Payment Verification is for lightweight client-only users who only do transactions and don't generate and don't participate in the node network.  They wouldn't need to download blocks, just the hash chain, which is currently about 2MB and very quick to verify (less than a second to verify the whole chain). If the network becomes very large, like over 100,000 nodes, this is what we'll use to allow common users to do transactions without being full blown nodes.  At that stage, most users should start running client-only software and only the specialist server farms keep running full network nodes, kind of like how the usenet network has consolidated.
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I anticipate there will never be more than 100K nodes, probably less.  It will reach an equilibrium where it's not worth it for more nodes to join in.  The rest will be lightweight clients, which could be millions.

At equilibrium size, many nodes will be server farms with one or two network nodes that feed the rest of the farm over a LAN.

The current system where every user is a network node is not the intended configuration for large scale.  That would be like every Usenet user runs their own NNTP server.  The design supports letting users just be users.  The more burden it is to run a node, the fewer nodes there will be.  Those few nodes will be big server farms.  The rest will be client nodes that only do transactions and don't generate.
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April 11, 2015, 10:00:37 PM
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The WAR on [Anonymous] Cash continues.

Last month it was France and now the US. 

NEWS:


"Louisiana Makes It Illegal To Use Cash To Buy Used Goods
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So where is that genius, Andreas to explain how the govt is scared of Bitcoin if it appears they're declaring war on our cash?

Kill cash!  Kill the fed!  Yaaaay.

Hahahaha, Citizen Dogs have no idea what's coming!  lol

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I'm just going to file this here. As bitcoin was never intended to be decentralized.



That's amazing, I had no idea.

But it's also amazing that I've said since the beginning Bitcoin is centralized [BY DESIGN].

So it makes you wonder why the most worshipped Bitcoin experts still lie to the people by saying Bitcoin is decentralized.

It can't be an accident and Andreas can't possibly be that stupid.  I am technologically retarded and I saw this in my first month here how can an engineer and Bitcoin expert not see it?  Clearly Andreas [and others] are lying, shilling for someone in order to get the masses to blindly dump their anonymous cash and follow Bitcoin.

And no force on earth can stop this thing, nor the massive Bitcoin price run that's coming after the COIN ETF.

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April 12, 2015, 01:01:44 AM
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And now the defunct, basically insolvent BTCF wants to increase block size and further squeeze out end users

If you can't see BTC becoming the exact corporate bullshit it was 'made to replace,' then you're an idiot. Deep pockets can easily manipulate greed

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April 12, 2015, 05:30:13 AM
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And now the defunct, basically insolvent BTCF wants to increase block size and further squeeze out end users

If you can't see BTC becoming the exact corporate bullshit it was 'made to replace,' then you're an idiot. Deep pockets can easily manipulate greed


Glad to see some people are finally starting to see what Bitcoin is:  exactly what it was designed to be, centralized and controlled by the elite.

The "luck" reward system set up by Satoshi was guaranteed to lead to centralization controlled by a single mining monopoly resulting in only the rich and elite being able to mine and secure [control] the blockchain.

This was a very simple thing to see from the beginning so this could not have been an accident by such a genius as Satoshi.

The good thing about this is that Bitcoin can not and will not fail; at least not until after it accomplishes what it was intended for.

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April 12, 2015, 05:34:29 AM
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It's been obvious for a while

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April 12, 2015, 06:07:08 AM
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It's been obvious for a while

I still haven't seen a single "expert" say anything to that effect.  They're still carrying on with the same bullshit which is quite shocking at this point when even an amateur newbie can see it's all lies.

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April 12, 2015, 06:08:58 AM
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It's been obvious for a while

I still haven't seen a single "expert" say anything to that effect.  They're still carrying on with the same bullshit which is quite shocking at this point when even an amateur newbie can see it's all lies.

Yea, well most people still think they are anonymous using Bitcoin, too

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