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November 24, 2019, 05:07:41 PM
Last edit: November 25, 2019, 06:59:58 PM by THX 1138
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OK, this is without a doubt the FINAL time I'll be relaying a message on this forum from Shelby. If I am tempted to in future (including any additions) I promise to change my password to randomised characters so I'll be locked out for good, otherwise my word is meaningless. So here you go for the last time:

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What is the solution for BTC holders? Should we sell to fiat at halving and then buy back into legacy BTC after a fork has happened? Is there any way around this issue IF it happened?

Because of destructive censorship (c.f. also), this is absolutely the final post written by me which is granted my permission to be shared on BCTalk. I felt obligated to reply because otherwise you’d not have a concise and clear summary of possible countermeasures. I will hopefully converse with you guys again at a decentralized forum (that runs on a truly decentralized blockchain) in the future. In the meantime, you can find updates from me on my Steemit, Busy, Medium, Twitter, and Protonmail accounts. Direct future questions to those non-BCTalk accounts, else you will not receive a reply from me:


As a consequence of my recent epiphany, just hodling in legacy addresses that start with a 1 is no longer sufficient. My stratagem is sell what I will forever need in fiat from cryptocosm capital gains, some days or weeks before the halving (before Craig has initiated his private legacy chain so as to avoid the posited implicit income taxation) iff (if and only if) the price is significantly above $20k (which will be the indicator that the SegWit attack is proceeding or not. c.f. also), and hodl the rest (in minimum of 1 BTC outputs, because transaction fees will rise so much after the posited SegWit attack, if it occurs) to exchange it at $1 million valuations (in the future after the dust settles, c.f. also) anonymously on an anonymous decentralized exchange for a truly anonymous altcoin. You will likely never again be able to convert that crypto to fiat (c.f. also). It will have to stay in the dark economy that will presumably grow as the coming global financial and monetary crisis foists radical totalitarianism on the world, c.f. also. That’s the only option I can find so far. If the authorities know you had that Bitcoin, then perhaps try to claim the private keys were stolen.

Disclaimer: none of this is investment nor legal advice. Do your own independent due diligence. I’m not a professional adviser, and this is only for your entertainment. Consult your own professional advisers. I am not advising you to break the law nor “the illusion of the rule-of-law”. Red-pill or blue-pill, or puke-green-fuckitall-pill, it’s your choice. Gold, bullets, booze, hookers, ephebophilia, Lambos, cocaine, confession and religion are optional.

Of course this entire thread (and all linked blogs and comment posts) are archived at archive.is and archive.org.

P.S. I posted a Medium comment about the timing and all:


Indeed your blog Why Bitcoin and Crypto Have No Future is an excellent, enumerated description of why the cryptocosm is building to the crescendo of the analogous turn-of-the-century dot.com mania bubble top. Mainstreet and Wallstreet are being onboarded for the slaughter with for example Bakkt. And the incipient nosebleed top for Bitcoin to likely come in 2020/21 at over $1 million, yet if my understanding is correct, then most Bitcoin hodlers will lose all their Bitcoins in SegWit donations to the legacy miners before they can cash out. Yet I posit the coming crash will be due to a threat that is quite different than is widely expected or known. And the future Amazon, eBay, Priceline, Paypal, etc. will be built during coming posited implosion of the cryptocosm, because if posited correctly then the underlying legacy Bitcoin will survive, although the Core Bitcoin (an impostor soft-fork) which everyone incorrectly thinks is Bitcoin will perish when forced to fork-off. The full details are contained in the "Long-term advance notice" discussion thread at the Bitcointalk forum.


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November 30, 2019, 11:58:31 PM
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I decided to increase my BSV holdings by 10%, just in case the tulip trust turns out to be true. If some 2010 Satoshi coins move after Jan 1 there will be a major realignment in favour of BSV as previoùs sceptics change their mind. BSV followers won't dump if nothing happens, they are already rusted on for big blocks, so topping up BSV now is an asymmetric bet.
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March 01, 2020, 09:30:39 PM
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I noticed the Shelby's still peddling the same hypothesis...

Still dribbling about 'legacy' Bitcoin and now he's even snuck in a quote from everyone's favourite Australian impersonator. He needs to score some fresh goals to give that cred a top up. However I'm not so sure he scored any the first time round either.
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May 13, 2020, 07:34:46 AM
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This 2018 post will be entertaining when it happens.

Capital C for capitalism. BitCoin.


Epic fail.

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May 20, 2020, 01:20:37 AM
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Child prodigy theoretical physicist Luboš Motl engaged AnonyMint in discussion on Quora about the future of Bitcoin. The discussion began here:

http://archive.is/https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-for-Bitcoin-to-completely-shut-down/answer/Lubo%C5%A1-Motl/comment/95846451

Here was AnonyMint’s latest reply:

Thanks for engaging in discussion.

I presume you grok topology, deterministic chaos theory and the underlying fractal basis of nature more deeply than I do.

Finally We May Have a Path to the Fundamental Theory of Physics…  and It’s Beautiful—Stephen Wolfram Writings

Note Wolfram admits his theory isn’t falsifiable, but that’s because a universal T.O.E. must model the multiverse.

I’ll refer to a historical log chart for BTC/USD with my annotations:

Long term advance notice!

That chart is telling us that Bitcoin will go to $1 million by 2021/22, yet how is it at this time of increasing leftist government totalitarianism (i.e. the corona virus plaNdemic hoax) that Bitcoin becomes a safe haven?

The hypothetical explanation in the above linked post. It’s necessary to understand what imparts the valuation to Bitcoin per the blogs I’ve linked from the above linked post. Oh yeah for sure most of the Bitcoins are going to be sequestered by the governments sending the valuation of those which are not sequestered to the moon. You’re ostensibly not aware of all the requisite details. There are two types of Bitcoins: Core and legacy. Core Bitcoins have an address that begins with `3` or `bc1`; whereas, legacy Bitcoins start with a `1`. There will be a bifurcation that becomes acute perhaps by November and ultimately nobody is going to accept the Bitcoins which were recovered as “stolen” donations:

Our Bitcoins Will Be Taken/Frozen By the Miners; Involuntary INCOME Tax on Frozen Bitcoin!

Indeed the government does sometimes confiscate wealth. And this Darwinism produces the globalist elite who manipulate the governments (in order to protect their wealth). Yet this phenomenon unfortunately also opens the door for psychopath[1] $billionaires to REKT the entire economy as a certain one which I will not name is doing now. Note that the collective resource is a power vacuum that requires it be managed by power:

Some Iron Laws of Political Economics

You were a child prodigy theoretical physicist. You’ve got more raw, mental processing power than I do. But the devil is in the details. You need to open your mind and learn more about what you don’t know. The smartest individuals are humbled by how much they don’t know.

[1] The correct term is not sociopath.
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May 20, 2020, 08:30:02 AM
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Child prodigy theoretical physicist Luboš Motl engaged AnonyMint in discussion on Quora about the future of Bitcoin. The discussion began here:

http://archive.is/https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-for-Bitcoin-to-completely-shut-down/answer/Lubo%C5%A1-Motl/comment/95846451

Here was AnonyMint’s latest reply:

Thanks for engaging in discussion.

I presume you grok topology, deterministic chaos theory and the underlying fractal basis of nature more deeply than I do.

Finally We May Have a Path to the Fundamental Theory of Physics…  and It’s Beautiful—Stephen Wolfram Writings

Note Wolfram admits his theory isn’t falsifiable, but that’s because a universal T.O.E. must model the multiverse.

I’ll refer to a historical log chart for BTC/USD with my annotations:

Long term advance notice!

That chart is telling us that Bitcoin will go to $1 million by 2021/22, yet how is it at this time of increasing leftist government totalitarianism (i.e. the corona virus plaNdemic hoax) that Bitcoin becomes a safe haven?

The hypothetical explanation in the above linked post. It’s necessary to understand what imparts the valuation to Bitcoin per the blogs I’ve linked from the above linked post. Oh yeah for sure most of the Bitcoins are going to be sequestered by the governments sending the valuation of those which are not sequestered to the moon. You’re ostensibly not aware of all the requisite details. There are two types of Bitcoins: Core and legacy. Core Bitcoins have an address that begins with `3` or `bc1`; whereas, legacy Bitcoins start with a `1`. There will be a bifurcation that becomes acute perhaps by November and ultimately nobody is going to accept the Bitcoins which were recovered as “stolen” donations:

Our Bitcoins Will Be Taken/Frozen By the Miners; Involuntary INCOME Tax on Frozen Bitcoin!

Indeed the government does sometimes confiscate wealth. And this Darwinism produces the globalist elite who manipulate the governments (in order to protect their wealth). Yet this phenomenon unfortunately also opens the door for psychopath[1] $billionaires to REKT the entire economy as a certain one which I will not name is doing now. Note that the collective resource is a power vacuum that requires it be managed by power:

Some Iron Laws of Political Economics

You were a child prodigy theoretical physicist. You’ve got more raw, mental processing power than I do. But the devil is in the details. You need to open your mind and learn more about what you don’t know. The smartest individuals are humbled by how much they don’t know.

[1] The correct term is not sociopath.

with this part , I fear old Shelby's coming back to sanity, cause that is pretty much correctly analysed

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Craig Wright recently warned that global coordination such as via the intergovernmental global agency Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will force the miners to freeze Bitcoins which were involved in crime. Craig made the very specific prediction that the Bitcoin of Chinese fentanyl dealers to be frozen in 2020. In August of this year Trump’s administration announced that Chinese drug lords are using Bitcoin. Remember China wants a trade deal and their help with impeding the flow of fentanyl to the USA is one of Trump’s demands.

They will destroy us both with income taxes for the involuntary airdrop, the inability to spend after the attack because blocks will be full of donated SegWit tokens, and then later the FATF will declare that all SegWit lineage coins must be frozen because they possibly were involved in off-chain Lightning Networks (LN) crap which is not fully traceable! Ah fuck! Why did I not think of that. Now I totally understand what Craig has been warning[foaming at the mouth] about.

Miners / their corporations have grown such that regulators kick in - the raspi no2x army has lost that hash-war (lol - cause they have 0-PoW) and miners must comply with rules incl AML / travel rules .... so they getting towards payment processors (regged - like TAAL
 or REKT by govs / economics).

sure - all the criminals / anonymous do not like that - but who likes them?

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February 23, 2022, 12:40:33 PM
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Our overlords don’t want the plebs to know…

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February 26, 2022, 12:59:35 PM
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Thx. Shelby is good in debunking complex stuff

But tell him pls to distinguish strictly between real world and models we try to cast from it. Fist is math.

Then economics and game theory

In real world there is no equilibrium, also nothing sustainable like a Nash equilibrium

Proof: if there is equilibrium, nothing more will change, it is called death

Better model is Stackelberg. But again- a poor model

For Bitcoin it is the same, there is a perfect model of the stable true Bitcoin, but there is only one real live instance running of it - not perfect, not in Nash equilibrium, but living

Hope that helps

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