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December 13, 2018, 11:38:58 PM
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Update to my post  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5072210.msg48056908#msg48056908 about bloodbath and bitcoin as an incompetent system that has no real demand and real use because some countries are denying to accept it due to some.features like the anonymity. Can we do something about this feature like implementing KYC? Many users are encourage to do scamming activities and even in the ICO projects that are speculating that 90% of it are scam.

Now that I had sold out my bitcoin and was even accused as noob and good for nothing for selling it only one thing comes to my mind that I was lucky for bitcoin has drop for more and most of the user's here posting in this section are posting and bashing just to get merits stating words that are not really meant for they too are a victim of tge word HODL.

see now how market drop. Probably it will going to end sooner or later as people had shown no interest and agsin bitcoin has no real use. A peer to peer transaction that will cost you more from the redundancy of transaction fee you will get from conversion of fiat to crypto and vice versa and from transferring bitcoin from other wallets. It is morr costly than using a bank for security transaction purposes.



I think only those people created bitcoin had earn money taking it from the investors as their milking cow. The one who made this forum and the people behind probably will have a Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year.

Have a happy ending with bitcoin. I like to see how users will react to my post.



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December 13, 2018, 11:56:03 PM
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KYC

OMFG GTFO FFS

BTC + KYC = FUBAR

And why is this in Meta?

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December 14, 2018, 12:05:41 AM
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This doesn't even belong here  Sad
You sound bitter, move on with your bad decisions... Nobody needs your negative energy here.
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December 14, 2018, 12:08:12 AM
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Guy doesn't know anything about the use of BTC because he is only interested in trying to profit.

"real use because some countries are denying to accept it due to some.features like the anonymity."

Uh, it's not something made for governments to accept as payment..
If a totalitarian government outlaws BTC. That's what BTC is for..

I am completely against freedom of speech when it is used by virtue signallers like eddie13
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December 14, 2018, 12:08:31 AM
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bloodbath and bitcoin as an incompetent system that has no real demand and real use because some countries are denying to accept it due to some.features like the anonymity.

How people change with age....so sad... Cry Cry

No of course there are still more for bitcoin to show because the system is an innovative that it could even incorporate with business or for self interest and many others. So probably also when it comes to market price bitcoin has still a lot of room to grow for the current market price.

How's that bubblegum ICO you were spamming around doing?  Grin Grin

And why is this in Meta?

Because it's obvious that theymos can save the price by introducing KYC for bitcoin. D'oh!!!!!  Grin


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December 14, 2018, 12:29:55 AM
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Because it's obvious that theymos can save the price by introducing KYC for bitcoin. D'oh!!!!!  Grin

HoweyCoins was able to GUARANTEE PROFIT using KYC, and every single person who invested in it is now a trillionaire. Why not Bitcoin?
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December 14, 2018, 12:39:41 AM
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How's that bubblegum ICO you were spamming around doing?  Grin Grin

 Grin Grin I guess OP just woke up and remembered it's almost weekend. Time to fill up his weekly post count for signature on the wrong board with a silly message

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December 14, 2018, 12:41:59 AM
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HoweyCoins was able to GUARANTEE PROFIT using KYC, and every single person who invested in it is now a trillionaire. Why not Bitcoin?

Uggg stop rubbing it in I tried to buy howeycoins and they wouldn't take my money, just kept teaching me about scams.

 The one who made this forum and the people behind probably will have a Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year.

I wonder who that one is, might even be nice if someone behind this forum appeared here; I'm sure you'd notice. Wish they hadn't used all their power to tank the market just to enjoy a holiday only like 35% of the population celebrates.
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December 14, 2018, 12:49:07 AM
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"Victims of the word HODL"?  That's some next-level snowflake shit right there.    Cheesy

Take some personal responsibility.  It's up to you when you buy and when you sell.  Don't blame everyone and everything else because you didn't get it right.

You can complain about ICOs and scams if you like.  But if you can't see that handing over money to complete strangers on the internet for a bunch of half-baked ideas isn't very sensible, you're probably playing the wrong game.  I've only ever bought coins that were already being actively traded and appeared to have sound fundamentals.  I made sure I knew what I was getting into.  That strategy has served me reasonably well so far.  If you listened to someone who told you that buying an unfinished shitcoin based on some marketing gimmickry would be profitable, why not learn something from that mistake and do better next time?

Also, Bitcoin introducing KYC would result in the fastest drop in price yet.  I'd dump mine in a heartbeat if we went down that route (and I suspect I wouldn't be the only one).  If you're going to come up with suggestions, at least think them through to conclusion.

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December 14, 2018, 01:06:15 AM
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Because it's obvious that theymos can save the price by introducing KYC for bitcoin. D'oh!!!!!  Grin

HoweyCoins was able to GUARANTEE PROFIT using KYC, and every single person who invested in it is now a trillionaire. Why not Bitcoin?

And it still is since we have at least 14 days to invest in it
Best investment by far, every time I open coinmarketcap I feel like a Quadrillionaire.


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Also, you should try to have happy endings with something else, not Bitcoin. I prefer women Cheesy

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December 14, 2018, 01:11:25 AM
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i never fell for the word HODL, it was for me from the beginning a fraud, that will end badly.

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December 14, 2018, 01:13:00 AM
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I am one of the victims of the word hold. because I always think that holding for the long term is more profitable. it actually hurts. even now I have sold the assets that I have ..
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December 14, 2018, 01:33:12 AM
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I am one of the victims of the word hold. because I always think that holding for the long term is more profitable. it actually hurts. even now I have sold the assets that I have ..

I only believe HODL is true for Bitcoin.
It doesn't apply to any other "assets"

I am completely against freedom of speech when it is used by virtue signallers like eddie13
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December 14, 2018, 05:29:17 AM
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Now that I had sold out my bitcoin and was even accused as noob and good for nothing for selling it only one thing comes to my mind that I was lucky for bitcoin has drop for more and most of the user's here posting in this section are posting and bashing just to get merits stating words that are not really meant for they too are a victim of tge word HODL.

see now how market drop. Probably it will going to end sooner or later as people had shown no interest and agsin bitcoin has no real use. A peer to peer transaction that will cost you more from the redundancy of transaction fee you will get from conversion of fiat to crypto and vice versa and from transferring bitcoin from other wallets. It is morr costly than using a bank for security transaction purposes.

SFYL. i love seeing these "bitcoin is dead" posts deep into a bear market like this. the denial and hope is long gone and those who came to get rich quick are either fearful or already sold out of the market.

the OP will be singing a different tune when the next bull run comes rearing its head.

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December 14, 2018, 07:15:31 AM
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This "victim" mentality is really pathetic. Did anyone hold a gun to your or anyone else's head to make you buy bitcoins? Did anyone force you to sell your bitcoins prematurely? You only become a victim, if you are forced to do something, not when you use your own common sense or just pure logic to do something.

What about the millions of people who made a ton of money during 2017? What about the millions of people who are using bitcoins daily to send money home to their family and who are paying less than $1 in fees, no matter what the amount is.  Roll Eyes Are they all victims?

This forum has been generating income for 1000s of people, who might not have any other way to generate an income. So stop blaming other people for your mistakes.  Angry

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December 14, 2018, 07:28:46 AM
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"Victims of the word HODL"?  That's some next-level snowflake shit right there.    Cheesy


Don’t be mean to my snowflake (I think I’m classed as one although I think I’m more of a golf ball sized hail stone)! Grin

@op, hodl isn’t a new thing. It’s done with gold and properties already in order to extract value from them.
Think about it, duh!




Decentralised kyc blockchain, go make one and we’ll see how easy it is to set up free at the point or registering (as it is now). I’m up for dosing it Grin.

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December 14, 2018, 07:40:53 AM
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It won't be easy to implement kyc on something that is decentralised Grin But there are victims of hodling as they should have cashed out a few weeks ago. Now it is too late, hodl is the only option

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December 14, 2018, 08:25:09 AM
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It won't be easy to implement kyc on something that is decentralised Grin But there are victims of hodling as they should have cashed out a few weeks ago. Now it is too late, hodl is the only option

Hodl is always the only option Grin.

If this kyc thing comes in, it’ll be good to know who we have to chase with the thousands+ of bitcoin Grin. Do we reckon there’ll be identity theft on chain to hide ones identity... you bet!

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December 14, 2018, 10:44:33 AM
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It won't be easy to implement kyc on something that is decentralised Grin But there are victims of hodling as they should have cashed out a few weeks ago. Now it is too late, hodl is the only option

Hodl is always the only option Grin.

If this kyc thing comes in, it’ll be good to know who we have to chase with the thousands+ of bitcoin Grin. Do we reckon there’ll be identity theft on chain to hide ones identity... you bet!
Well if admin is dumb in implementing KYC then one could get compromise with their bitcoin holdings but they aren't. So the admin knows how to do it and and will have a good balance of this forum. Your crypto holdings should be disclose together with your wallet address. The only thing that the forum needs is to bend some features like anonymity. This is really where the problem start since there are only few users here that are actually owning a single account in the forum. Besides many of the users are using the forum to scam other users how about that? So, this is why we had been some negative feedbacks outside of this forum and that is really not good if we are trying to elevate the morale of this forum. The lesser scam activities, the better forum this will be.

"Reality Check" - forum has a lot of ICO projects introduce and only few of it are real in their words because other projects are relatively scam that reach to almost 90% of the total number of the ICO projects are scam though I could not make a statistics and claim for this statement however you can read and research on google about this. Some countries are denying already cryptocurrency and declaring bitcoin, XRP, ETH and other good crypto as illegal for again it has no real use and does not even integrated into the businesses. I just thought only that it could be good but no one has ever like to do it.

I adhere other users in their principles about bitcoin but let us be honest with ourselves that we are all here because we want to gain learnings and earn profit. If it was not for the profit probably many will left in this forum. Just like the way I did. I never leave the forum for I wanted also to learn more and earn by promoting ICO projects. Investing for now would not be good and that is how I fee and probably other investors would feel also.

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December 14, 2018, 11:01:21 AM
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Good thing that admins should lessen some users to have some reference if things should undergone some modifications or not. In this way the forum could have a betterment when it comes to its features. The users are probably has a wide roles in the modification of the system basing on their experience  here in the forum.

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