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January 30, 2014, 07:44:34 AM
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This thread needs to up its game:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTupVFxDfII

Hitler's officers HODL bitcoins

oh my fucking god

"but he's good Aryan stock"

I'm going to hyperventilate

This is not some pseudoeconomic post-modern Libertarian cult, it's an un-led, crowd-sourced mega startup organized around mutual self-interest where problems, whether of the theoretical or purely practical variety, are treated as temporary and, ultimately, solvable.
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January 30, 2014, 07:40:25 PM
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I am struggling as to whether buying is part of the hodling lifestyle.

May I suggest the following whitepaper I developed over the course of last year.
It describes 4 levels of HODL and determines, what you are required/allowed to do on each level, concerning teh art of HODL.

1. Level0: REQUIRED: Nothing
                ALLOWED:  You may download the blockchain and study the official client´s source code.

2. Level1: REQUIRED: Byeing and/or mining BTC
                 ALLOWED: Byeing and/or mining BTC, Dotaning: 70% of HODL

3. Level2: REQUIRED: Drop mining, stop byeing, Destroy 30% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Dotaining: 20% of HODL

5. Level4: REQUIRED: Destroy 100% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Everything

6. GOTO1

Note: *Trading not allowed on all levels
          **Byeing only, but preferably high can be refered to stakcing
          ***Breaking the rules requires you to sign your posts with the special note "lesbo-persian-bombshell-here"
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January 30, 2014, 08:19:18 PM
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I am struggling as to whether buying is part of the hodling lifestyle.

May I suggest the following whitepaper I developed over the course of last year.
It describes 4 levels of HODL and determines, what you are required/allowed to do on each level, concerning teh art of HODL.

1. Level0: REQUIRED: Nothing
                ALLOWED:  You may download the blockchain and study the official client´s source code.

2. Level1: REQUIRED: Byeing and/or mining BTC
                 ALLOWED: Byeing and/or mining BTC, Dotaning: 70% of HODL

3. Level2: REQUIRED: Drop mining, stop byeing, Destroy 30% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Dotaining: 20% of HODL

5. Level4: REQUIRED: Destroy 100% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Everything

6. GOTO1

Note: *Trading not allowed on all levels
          **Byeing only, but preferably high can be refered to stakcing
          ***Breaking the rules requires you to sign your posts with the special note "lesbo-persian-bombshell-here"


Destroy privatekeys, excelent idea Grin, thanks bitpop +1 next time a bear came with their bla bla bla .. I can tell Yep, I will sell my whole wallet.. unfortunately there is one lite problem ... lol

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January 30, 2014, 11:18:33 PM
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I am struggling as to whether buying is part of the hodling lifestyle.

as long as you make sure to destroy your private key you are good

Excellent, that is really what HODLING means.
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January 30, 2014, 11:27:41 PM
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I am struggling as to whether buying is part of the hodling lifestyle.

May I suggest the following whitepaper I developed over the course of last year.
It describes 4 levels of HODL and determines, what you are required/allowed to do on each level, concerning teh art of HODL.

1. Level0: REQUIRED: Nothing
                ALLOWED:  You may download the blockchain and study the official client´s source code.

2. Level1: REQUIRED: Byeing and/or mining BTC
                 ALLOWED: Byeing and/or mining BTC, Dotaning: 70% of HODL

3. Level2: REQUIRED: Drop mining, stop byeing, Destroy 30% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Dotaining: 20% of HODL

5. Level4: REQUIRED: Destroy 100% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Everything

6. GOTO1

Note: *Trading not allowed on all levels
          **Byeing only, but preferably high can be refered to stakcing
          ***Breaking the rules requires you to sign your posts with the special note "lesbo-persian-bombshell-here"


Nice read, but could you please enlighten me about the meaning of "Byeing"?

OK, it's the inverse of SODLING. (or is it seldling? Cheesy)
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January 31, 2014, 03:41:40 AM
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Hoadring is the result of Hodling.

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"for the Horde" (kerrigan starcraft?)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKeGwOKr7K8




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January 31, 2014, 10:36:34 AM
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I am struggling as to whether buying is part of the hodling lifestyle.

May I suggest the following whitepaper I developed over the course of last year.
It describes 4 levels of HODL and determines, what you are required/allowed to do on each level, concerning teh art of HODL.

1. Level0: REQUIRED: Nothing
                ALLOWED:  You may download the blockchain and study the official client´s source code.

2. Level1: REQUIRED: Byeing and/or mining BTC
                 ALLOWED: Byeing and/or mining BTC, Dotaning: 70% of HODL

3. Level2: REQUIRED: Drop mining, stop byeing, Destroy 30% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Dotaining: 20% of HODL

5. Level4: REQUIRED: Destroy 100% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Everything

6. GOTO1

Note: *Trading not allowed on all levels
          **Byeing only, but preferably high can be refered to stakcing
          ***Breaking the rules requires you to sign your posts with the special note "lesbo-persian-bombshell-here"


Destroy privatekeys, excelent idea Grin, thanks bitpop +1 next time a bear came with their bla bla bla .. I can tell Yep, I will sell my whole wallet.. unfortunately there is one lite problem ... lol

Thank you, I am level IV!

All private keys destroyed or coins sent to black hole

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January 31, 2014, 06:45:30 PM
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What-huh?  No newbies section and waiting time any more?  No wonder we're seeing so many fresh faces begging for money for school, writing soothing words about Mt. Gox BTC dispersal problems, etc.

Where is a guy to announce that he's yet another sock puppet of ~tvbcof (other than post #0)?

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January 31, 2014, 06:53:49 PM
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What-huh?  No newbies section and waiting time any more?  No wonder we're seeing so many fresh faces begging for money for school, writing soothing words about Mt. Gox BTC dispersal problems, etc.

Where is a guy to announce that he's yet another sock puppet of ~tvbcof (other than post #0)?



Do you pray to allah of hodls

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January 31, 2014, 06:58:54 PM
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I am struggling as to whether buying is part of the hodling lifestyle.

May I suggest the following whitepaper I developed over the course of last year.
It describes 4 levels of HODL and determines, what you are required/allowed to do on each level, concerning teh art of HODL.

1. Level0: REQUIRED: Nothing
                ALLOWED:  You may download the blockchain and study the official client´s source code.

2. Level1: REQUIRED: Byeing and/or mining BTC
                 ALLOWED: Byeing and/or mining BTC, Dotaning: 70% of HODL

3. Level2: REQUIRED: Drop mining, stop byeing, Destroy 30% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Dotaining: 20% of HODL

5. Level4: REQUIRED: Destroy 100% of privatekeys
                ALLOWED:  Everything

6. GOTO1

Note: *Trading not allowed on all levels
          **Byeing only, but preferably high can be refered to stakcing
          ***Breaking the rules requires you to sign your posts with the special note "lesbo-persian-bombshell-here"


Destroy privatekeys, excelent idea Grin, thanks bitpop +1 next time a bear came with their bla bla bla .. I can tell Yep, I will sell my whole wallet.. unfortunately there is one lite problem ... lol

Thank you, I am level IV!

All private keys destroyed or coins sent to black hole

After implementing these rules, I will be tempted to break them right away ...
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January 31, 2014, 07:02:22 PM
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You can't be tempted when you have no private keys

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January 31, 2014, 07:06:15 PM
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You can't be tempted when you have no private keys

But maybe I would rather be a "Lesbo-persian-bombshell"
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January 31, 2014, 07:12:52 PM
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You can't be tempted when you have no private keys

If you throw away the private keys to your stash, there will be 72 newly mined BTC waiting for you when you die!

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January 31, 2014, 07:43:02 PM
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You can't be tempted when you have no private keys

If you throw away the private keys to your stash, there will be 72 newly mined BTC waiting for you when you die!



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February 04, 2014, 03:59:18 PM
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hi  Grin

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February 04, 2014, 04:20:42 PM
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peer mined coin, not market coin ... WOW !

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February 05, 2014, 02:30:53 AM
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You can't be tempted when you have no private keys
Hodling is believing that there’s only a past.

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February 05, 2014, 02:38:00 AM
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I agree with the whole hodling philosophy.  Will we reach a point when it's no longer a good idea to hodl?  Will we know when we reach that point and what to start hodling in place of our hodlings?

Cause, I aint proud - BTC: 1DyXSR8nsB56yhTUhR5HMKLzB6UpytiWnK
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February 05, 2014, 03:09:24 AM
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I agree with the whole hodling philosophy.  Will we reach a point when it's no longer a good idea to hodl?  Will we know when we reach that point and what to start hodling in place of our hodlings?

Yes. When Taxi drivers are following daily market movements and they have cable TV shows about getting rich by buying bitcoin on leverage, then it's time to sell. Or when Mad Money's Jim Kramer says "Buy!".

insert coin here:
Dash XfXZL8WL18zzNhaAqWqEziX2bUvyJbrC8s



1Ctd7Na8qE7btyueEshAJF5C7ZqFWH11Wc
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February 05, 2014, 03:25:43 AM
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I agree with the whole hodling philosophy.  Will we reach a point when it's no longer a good idea to hodl?  Will we know when we reach that point and what to start hodling in place of our hodlings?

Blasphemy!

j.k. bitcoin seems to leap up ~ 10 fold in each break out. we have formed a base at 800. if that rule holds true than after the next breakout the next base to forum will be at 8000.

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