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April 23, 2018, 08:19:21 AM
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I was looking for this bitcoin transaction, nice to bump in here. Now I can prove people that this Pizza Day had have happened. Despite global acceptance of bitcoin, people tend to believe that all of the transactions or stories circulating are just part of a worldwide fraud waiting to pop-up any moment. That leads me here in bitcointalk, to do some research and participate to add more knowledge about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. I know my knowledge is not that enough so my post are more on research news to add up here. In time, I will contribute much here.

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April 23, 2018, 09:46:29 AM
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I was looking for this bitcoin transaction, nice to bump in here. Now I can prove people that this Pizza Day had have happened. Despite global acceptance of bitcoin, people tend to believe that all of the transactions or stories circulating are just part of a worldwide fraud waiting to pop-up any moment. That leads me here in bitcointalk, to do some research and participate to add more knowledge about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. I know my knowledge is not that enough so my post are more on research news to add up here. In time, I will contribute much here.

+1 for OP.



over 4000 sats/b! WTF!

Transaction cost was 0.99 BTC, and in dollars it was about 0.008 $ for the transaction, much cheaper than it is now Smiley

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April 27, 2018, 07:58:14 PM
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Amazing list, great .. I would love to be so active. Especially the number of Merit affected me very much. I think they've dedicated their lives to help people.

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May 02, 2018, 04:07:57 PM
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These posts and profiles reminds me of what archaeological data is. I'm sure if finally bitcoin and cryptocurrency gets universal acceptance, satoshi would be mortalized.



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May 02, 2018, 04:42:54 PM
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Wow, I gotta say thanks for the post. That pizza post really is a legendary piece of news. Buying 2 pizzas for almost, what, $100 million in terms of today's value. LOL

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May 02, 2018, 07:17:45 PM
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I was looking for this bitcoin transaction, nice to bump in here. Now I can prove people that this Pizza Day had have happened. Despite global acceptance of bitcoin, people tend to believe that all of the transactions or stories circulating are just part of a worldwide fraud waiting to pop-up any moment. That leads me here in bitcointalk, to do some research and participate to add more knowledge about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. I know my knowledge is not that enough so my post are more on research news to add up here. In time, I will contribute much here.

+1 for OP.



over 4000 sats/b! WTF!

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May 02, 2018, 07:58:01 PM
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i hope you dont mind that i am asking here. but i was just thinking about the guy with the penguin with a gun as avatar. i never saw a posting of him since a long time. and i cant remember his name and i am too lazy to search. but i think he was quite famous and maybe it would be worth to check it out.
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May 02, 2018, 08:06:28 PM
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i hope you dont mind that i am asking here. but i was just thinking about the guy with the penguin with a gun as avatar. i never saw a posting of him since a long time. and i cant remember his name and i am too lazy to search. but i think he was quite famous and maybe it would be worth to check it out.
Do you mean this user? What's special about him?

I remember him because of his "fight posts" with Vod due to the accusations of him downloading child porn. But now, the majority of his last posts were made in the Altcoin board (which I don't visit).

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May 03, 2018, 03:24:33 AM
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This is very interesting, it could also be included in the history of bitcoin, especially that guy who bought 2 pizzas for 10,00-0 btc.. Cool!

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May 03, 2018, 11:52:13 AM
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Just amaze on the history in here. Sharing this to be read really gives me a chill to persevere more in the forum. Got to make it on my watch list.

Haha now I understand the history of pizza here.

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May 03, 2018, 01:07:58 PM
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Nice list how I wish I can be one listed there. To all listed congrats you all earned it! Cool Cool Cheesy
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May 28, 2018, 02:02:34 PM
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The story of how Kevin bought 259,684 BTC for $ 2,613 (worth $ 5 million at that time)

It is known that Mt. Gox exchange was hacked, almost all bitcoins were stolen, and the consequences of this are haunting us all till now, but here is one of the stories about what was happening on this exchange before the main hack:




The forum has a thread with the title “I'm Kevin, here's my side”.  In which the user toasty tells how once he saw that gigantic sell order was burning through the bids at exchange, the price dropped from 17.5$ dollars to 10$, Mt. Gox processed orders slowly, it all lasted a minutes, there were many orders to buy bitcoin for $ 0.01, so he placed his order for $ 0.0101, the exchange was heavily lagging, but with some effort, he managed to place that order, then The site stopped responding completely, when he got back in, he saw this message:

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06/19/11 17:51  Bought BTC  259 684.77 for 0.0101

He realized that these bitcoins were most likely from hacking and wanted to behave as honestly as possible, especially since on the eve he sent his id documents for passing verification. There was a limit for withdrawal, but there was a bug that allowed you to withdraw $ 1000 many times in a day, he could also sell a huge number of bitcoins, lower the price again to 0.01 cents, and withdraw all bitcoins fitting in the daily limit, but he did not do it, he only withdraw 643 bitcoins. He hoped until the end that he would be let to keep these BTC, but there where decision to roll back all transactions, and Kevin gained only 643 BTC.


Added a story about Mt. Gox and buying 259,684 BTC for $ 2,613.

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May 30, 2018, 03:44:19 PM
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Very, very interesting! History is around us just here, on bitcointalk. It's like time machine, cool.
Thank you author for your research. Waiting for new interesting facts Smiley

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June 07, 2018, 01:38:44 AM
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Interesting thread! you should add Adam Beck and Roger Ver profiles.

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June 22, 2018, 07:11:11 AM
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Interesting thread! you should add Adam Beck and Roger Ver profiles.

Thanks, I will read about them. I try to add here something that I was impressed by. I heard that Roger Ver kept his 300 000 bitcoins since 2011, I think he is the one who really believe's in crypto:)

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June 23, 2018, 04:03:14 PM
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Nice list! Don't abandon it. We are still at the start)
Hope this forum Will be still popular after years not only among geeks and history lovers)

One more great part of crypto community is Andreas Antonopoulos. I think he is worth adding)

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June 24, 2018, 07:24:37 AM
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I am a fan of this kind of things, something like Trivia of anything,

I would like to translate this (and maybe modified a little) to Indonesian, and post it to Indonesian local forum if you don't mind. Of course, I will put link to this thread as reference.

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June 24, 2018, 04:15:51 PM
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This is very interesting to read, I accidentally opened this topic, I really like trivias, this is so cool, thanks for the additional knowledge for newbies like me.
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You might want to research user knightmb
He's deleted his posts basically I was just stupid, I had some boards on ignore, but with a little effort you might find archives of part of them.
I'll give you one hint for starters:

Yeah, well... I'm gonna go build my own blockchain, with blackjack and hookers. In fact, forget the blockchain!
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June 26, 2018, 01:24:06 AM
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Anyway this thread explains why those forum titles which change according to the number of posts one has got are complete rubbish.
I've seen so many sig whores with the "legendary" tag under their name. They can't even write in English and their posts are just unintersting copypasta or low level shilling. Nothing fucking legendary about them.

On the other hand, even in this list of real legends there's users tagged as newbs which is laughable.

Bitcointalk should get rid of those idiot tags altogerher.

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