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July 25, 2010, 12:27:28 AM
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.
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July 25, 2010, 12:39:47 AM
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About 500... Half of that bought through the market...

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July 25, 2010, 12:42:19 AM
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0.05  But thanks for those bit faucet!

Feel free to pity me though.
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July 25, 2010, 01:07:39 AM
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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

Welcome oh Lord and master!

That would figure to be around 10% of all bitcoins right?

What do you run on that can do 15,155 khash/s ?
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July 25, 2010, 01:22:13 AM
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

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July 25, 2010, 01:33:24 AM
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195. Trying to buy bitcoins but the market price have not gone down enough.

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July 25, 2010, 01:53:57 AM
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1700, generated in 6 days.

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July 25, 2010, 02:22:37 AM
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1700, generated in 6 days.


Seriously, what runs at 80,000 khash/s ?
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July 25, 2010, 02:37:17 AM
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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

Welcome oh Lord and master!

That would figure to be around 10% of all bitcoins right?

What do you run on that can do 15,155 khash/s ?


Servers that have this many processors in them. Another Screen shot, whited out relevant areas of course  Wink

I'm using that highly optimized 64bit client in that screen shot (though still unstable, still crashes a few times a day, the program, not the server) that's where all the extra speed boost in kash/s is coming from.




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July 25, 2010, 02:45:42 AM
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1700, generated in 6 days.


Seriously, what runs at 80,000 khash/s ?

A couple of 64bit - 64 core servers put together could get that with the highly optimized (yet, kind of unstable) build in the dev forum.




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July 25, 2010, 03:34:40 AM
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I have only 600 bitcoins, virtually all generated last week.  I missed the bus  Sad

I'll be buying some soon  Smiley

I can get ~2,300 Khash/s on a 4-CPU Windows Server 2008 VM in Hyper-V.  The host has two Xeon 5570s.  I suspect that I could get ~13,000 Khash/s from that machine running Ubuntu x64.  However, I'd probably need to trash the current Windows Server 2008 install, and pray that I could find the requisite drivers.  And I'd lose my current income, as well  Sad
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July 25, 2010, 04:13:30 AM
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42 BTC running 850 khash/s Smiley

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July 25, 2010, 04:29:01 AM
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I have only 600 bitcoins, virtually all generated last week.  I missed the bus  Sad

I'll be buying some soon  Smiley

I can get ~2,300 Khash/s on a 4-CPU Windows Server 2008 VM in Hyper-V.  The host has two Xeon 5570s.  I suspect that I could get ~13,000 Khash/s from that machine running Ubuntu x64.  However, I'd probably need to trash the current Windows Server 2008 install, and pray that I could find the requisite drivers.  And I'd lose my current income, as well  Sad
That should give you 8 cores, should be able to achieve close to 4,800 Khash/s with that setup.




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July 25, 2010, 04:47:20 AM
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No, the CPUs are hyperthreaded, and Hyper-V presents each as a virtual CPU.  So that VM uses just 25% of the total resources (4/16).  And then there's the VM overhead, and the Windows->Linux differential.  Yes?
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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

Welcome oh Lord and master!

That would figure to be around 10% of all bitcoins right?

What do you run on that can do 15,155 khash/s ?


Yes, welcome oh Lord and master!

I wish I could have such a setup, but I am not wealthy and I don't know what to do with the bitcoins.  Maybe they will pay for themselves someday?
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July 25, 2010, 05:07:17 AM
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They aren't all for me  Grin

But will be necessary for the project I'm working on that will make extensive use of the system.




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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

Welcome oh Lord and master!

That would figure to be around 10% of all bitcoins right?

What do you run on that can do 15,155 khash/s ?


Yes, welcome oh Lord and master!

I wish I could have such a setup, but I am not wealthy and I don't know what to do with the bitcoins.  Maybe they will pay for themselves someday?

Find something to trade for them?
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I've got 50.05  generated exactly one block so far.

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July 25, 2010, 05:34:57 AM
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They aren't all for me  Grin

But will be necessary for the project I'm working on that will make extensive use of the system.

May I ask what project you will be working on?
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They aren't all for me  Grin

But will be necessary for the project I'm working on that will make extensive use of the system.

May I ask what project you will be working on?
A payment system for an ISP and a Visa-like card for a bank that can be charged with Bit Coins to make payments with it's value fixed to market prices on the fly.




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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

sick...
sick hash rate, too.

359.41 here.

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They aren't all for me  Grin

But will be necessary for the project I'm working on that will make extensive use of the system.

May I ask what project you will be working on?
A payment system for an ISP and a Visa-like card for a bank that can be charged with Bit Coins to make payments with it's value fixed to market prices on the fly.

with that many bitcoins you will own most of the banks  Cheesy
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It is fun to fantasize about it, but all that coin will be put to work rather than sit around as a retirement fund. Not all of it was generated, a lot of it was bought through members here and through the market sites that trade out USD for Bit Coin. The two clients I'm working with are going to need a good supply to start with should the idea take off in the business world. That amount will only represent about 1% of all possible Bit Coins in the future and a lot of it will be spent back into the BitCoin economy once things take off, so while it's fun to have it all right now (and yes, multi-version hourly backups of that wallet file do happen) I know that it will soon be gone back into the digital world here in a month or two. I know that no one would want to buy that much and it would never sell in the market place for more than it took to purchase it all, so the ideal answer is to make it work for everyone.




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July 25, 2010, 07:25:32 PM
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.

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after almost 2 weeks, pretty much 24/7?
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I only have 50.16.

Good luck with your project knightmb

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July 26, 2010, 03:20:20 PM
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 Shocked The knight is Bruce Wayne!  I knew it.

I have over 10,000 khash/s running and haven't seen a new coin since 7/18.  This is getting weird.

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I have 80, of which 50 generated. I have a quad core generating hashs 24/7 since I first read about bitcoin, some 3 weeks ago, and within the first 48 hours I got a block... "what a deal" I thought, and wondered if I could actively cover the price of electricity wasted on keeping said machine on 24/7.

A few days passed, and nothing more. Had my laptop generating too, although ~1000khash/s as opposed to the 3400khs the desktop was pumping. Then difficulty got to 181 from 40 something, and I'm honestly thinking of turning off generation and hope some others do to, to try and drive difficulty down a bit!
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I currently own ~1% of the available bitcoins today.

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229.48.  Generated some, bought some on Mt.Gox.  Looking to accumulate through deft trading.  Will use any profits to patronize merchants.

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I currently own ~1% of the available bitcoins today.
Did you own them before or after the value went from $0.01 to $0.10?

If before, in round numbers, what was your gain in USD?  Just asking  Wink
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23 BTC after running a week at 2000khash/s

Not generated a block yet, i got those 23 from friends.

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23 BTC after running a week at 2000khash/s

Not generated a block yet, i got those 23 from friends.

What are these "friends" and where do you get them?
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23 BTC after running a week at 2000khash/s

Not generated a block yet, i got those 23 from friends.

What are these "friends" and where do you get them?

It's called "real life" i think :p

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A payment system for an ISP and a Visa-like card for a bank that can be charged with Bit Coins to make payments with it's value fixed to market prices on the fly.

Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
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Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
Do you mean that a smartcard could be a Bitcoin client?  Or just a wallet and keyholder?  Or?
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Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
Do you mean that a smartcard could be a Bitcoin client?  Or just a wallet and keyholder?  Or?

That could be interesting. A smartcard that contain the computing power of a smartphone today.

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This smartcard stuff should be in it's own thread.
I think it's worth discussing, but it is hard to find in here.
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Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
Do you mean that a smartcard could be a Bitcoin client?  Or just a wallet and keyholder?  Or?

yes, the smartcard could be a bitcoin client, however, as EMV cards, it does require a trusted terminal because you will otherwise not know if the terminal is submitting the amount you are expected to pay or not.
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Nice necro Goat.

I bet knightmb's life is pretty damn nice right now Smiley

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Nice necro Goat.

I bet knightmb's life is pretty damn nice right now Smiley

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Nice necro Goat.

I bet knightmb's life is pretty damn nice right now Smiley

YEP wish I got in when this started.  Or at least March 2011 when I woke up.

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I bet knightmb's life is pretty damn nice right now Smiley

He doesn't think so:
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Is that him or someone else?  BTW article sounds like it was related to customer social security numbers not related to bitcoin.

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He should easily have more than $55M equivalent. Why is he begging for money?

Then again, what the hell was he doing with that much assets living in the US anyway?

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Probably took the machines with the wallet on it.  Price per BTC was probably much lower then as well.  Not that I would complain 300000BTC at $20 still nice Smiley

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He should easily have more than $55M equivalent. Why is he begging for money?

Then again, what the hell was he doing with that much assets living in the US anyway?

trying to black mail rommeny?

i dont know, the whole story is a bit crazy. btw that is not the first time a swat team raided his house.

System still has a lot of power not a good idea

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Probably took the machines with the wallet on it.  Price per BTC was probably much lower then as well.  Not that I would complain 300000BTC at $20 still nice Smiley

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You cannot have >370k BTC and not have a (paper!) backup somewhere safe. Then again why stay in the US?

How sure are you that these two persons are the same because it seems so unlikely ... Then again, he did post he had 370k BTC on a public forum.

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Probably took the machines with the wallet on it.  Price per BTC was probably much lower then as well.  Not that I would complain 300000BTC at $20 still nice Smiley

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You cannot have >370k BTC and not have a (paper!) backup somewhere safe. Then again why stay in the US?

How sure are you that these two persons are the same because it seems so unlikely ... Then again, he did post he had 370k BTC on a public forum.

You just need the codes in your wallet? 

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He also knows where Satoshi resides in 2010.

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He also knows where Satoshi resides in 2010.

its a claim that we highly doubt to be true.

Yup, I should not omit "claims to", I think it's plausible anyway.

What's with"we highly doubt"? You discussed it somewhere?

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He also knows where Satoshi resides in 2010.

its a claim that we highly doubt to be true.

Yup, I should not omit "claims to", I think it's plausible anyway.

What's with"we highly doubt"? You discussed it somewhere?

He explained why he thought he knew and it was soundly rejected.

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He also knows where Satoshi resides in 2010.

its a claim that we highly doubt to be true.

Yup, I should not omit "claims to", I think it's plausible anyway.

What's with"we highly doubt"? You discussed it somewhere?

He explained why he thought he knew and it was soundly rejected.

Link? I don't see any rejection here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153071.0

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Thanks for the link and here is your answer:

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Back in 2009 when Satoshi still did personal e-mails to members, it was pretty easy with a tracking pixel to pinpoint where he was at the time even though he used a foreign e-mail server. His Mac was using a plain vanilla e-mail client that would load the pixels from the same place for every message he read from me, so if the search is where was he at the time years ago, I can shed some light on that.
As I know he used Tor to send e-mails and the tracking pixel would not work as intended trough Tor. And I doubt he would be so careless, this is decade old technique used to deanonymize someone by skids and feds. Even Digital Fortress mentioned this trick.

Not sure whether that is conclusive though.

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Thanks for the link and here is your answer:

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Back in 2009 when Satoshi still did personal e-mails to members, it was pretty easy with a tracking pixel to pinpoint where he was at the time even though he used a foreign e-mail server. His Mac was using a plain vanilla e-mail client that would load the pixels from the same place for every message he read from me, so if the search is where was he at the time years ago, I can shed some light on that.
As I know he used Tor to send e-mails and the tracking pixel would not work as intended trough Tor. And I doubt he would be so careless, this is decade old technique used to deanonymize someone by skids and feds. Even Digital Fortress mentioned this trick.

Not sure whether that is conclusive though.

As far as I am concerned, if he uses Tor, the IP address would not always be the same, not sure how many E-mails knightmb has sent to Satoshi though.

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I'm just a poor boy from Tasmania, thinking of how many BTC I would want. But they all remain imaginary so far.
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I have sufficient for my needs.
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If you've got loads of bitcoins, don't tell anybody!
It will be like sitting at home with a safe full of cash. Anybody can break in and torture you for your private keys, transfer the coins on their mobile and disappear. It will be easier than robbing the safe full of cash. Somebody invent a time delay system for bitcoin wallets.
 Also kidnappers no longer have to wait under a bridge in a boat for a suitcase containing a ransom to be dropped, just pass on your bitcoin address to collect ransom. Useful for blackmailers and extortionists too.
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I own all my bitcoins in my brain.  I don't remember how many they are but my brain will be worth millions someday!

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From his FAQ:

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=6825.msg973679#msg973679

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Yeh that seems hard to believe

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well couple years ago, someone asked on irc to buy him a pizza for certain amount of bitcoins, do you know who is the guy that bought it for him ?  Grin

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If you've got loads of bitcoins, don't tell anybody!

I have 1.25!! Wink

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0.00012  Shocked

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I have only 600 bitcoins, virtually all generated last week.  I missed the bus  Sad

I just had to quote this.

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I have only 600 bitcoins, virtually all generated last week.  I missed the bus  Sad

I just had to quote this.

I hope he didn't sell all his bitcoins  Cry

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well..... I have amassed so far 0.0001073 btc. im wanting to buy some soon from localbitcoins Im from the uk.

however if anyone wants to top me up a little bit I can then trade on bitstamp as so far I need more to even deposit them into their account.

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I have 5 BTC...I feel poor.
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announcing your wealth will do nothing but attract the ruthless. that said, I own 100% of every one of the bitcoins in my wallets.

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Less than 1 at the moment Sad

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I have only 600 bitcoins, virtually all generated last week.  I missed the bus  Sad

I just had to quote this.

I wonder how many people gave up and those coins are just sitting there somewhere nobody knows about them.  I'd like to come across a few thousand orphaned BTC one day!  I'll take them in!

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A canny few.

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Finally picked up a little coin. ~1.5 yesterday and all I can think is, damn I need more.  Wife controls the purse though, so at this rate, I'll have 10 coins sometime in the year 2045.    Undecided

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Finally picked up a little coin. ~1.5 yesterday and all I can think is, damn I need more.  Wife controls the purse though, so at this rate, I'll have 10 coins sometime in the year 2045.    Undecided

Is divorce an option? Wink

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Finally picked up a little coin. ~1.5 yesterday and all I can think is, damn I need more.  Wife controls the purse though, so at this rate, I'll have 10 coins sometime in the year 2045.    Undecided

you will be a multi millionaire in USD by then.

Wouldn't that be something.  /thumbs up

Is divorce an option?

Divorce is expensive, I'd be better off putting that money into Bitcoin.   Grin

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Is divorce an option?

Divorce is expensive, I'd be better off putting that money into Bitcoin.   Grin

But you can't can you?  Cheesy

I'm just saying that in the long run divorce could be the cheaper option by several orders of magnitude. Of course people rarely make decisions based on economic reasons alone (I imagine you like your wife Wink)

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Is divorce an option?

Divorce is expensive, I'd be better off putting that money into Bitcoin.   Grin

But you can't can you?  Cheesy

I'm just saying that in the long run divorce could be the cheaper option by several orders of magnitude. Of course people rarely make decisions based on economic reasons alone (I imagine you like your wife Wink)

 Cheesy. All jokes aside, I do like and love her. Much more so than money I'm afraid.  Doesn't mean she won't get the evil eye from me, for the rest of our lives, if I miss the boat.  Lol.

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If that happens you'll have something invaluable. Whenever she contradicts you you just say: "Remember Bitcoin? Now hush and look pretty" Wink

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Cheesy. All jokes aside, I do like and love her. Much more so than money I'm afraid.  Doesn't mean she won't get the evil eye from me, for the rest of our lives, if I miss the boat.  Lol.

You can divorce her when your relationship turns into a bitter, hollow husk due to all the missed opportunities.











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Great laughs!  You guys are too funny.   Wink.

You know, if everyone believed in Bitcoin, it would already be the worlds #1 currency.  While I certainly welcome that outcome as a new believer in what Crypto represents, on the flip side, there wouldn't be the huge opportunities for us few (compared to world population) that currently exist.  Blessing and a curse I suppose.

While I might not reap the monetary rewards many of you will, gratification for helping Bitcoin destroy fiat, means I have at least played my part for future generations being free from the corruption of centralized currencies.  No you can't by a Ferrari with it, but I personally feel that as in invaluable reward and contribution to humanity.  And I could live with that.

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Bitcoin may not matter much soon but I like to cover all bases.  The whole world goes Iceland on the central banks debt is reset, etc

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Pretty cool looking back at the bitcoin pizza times where an average Joe would be at thousands. I'm sure all the three letter organizations are ALL OVER this thread now  Grin
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I have 5 at the moment, I invested more into Litecoin.

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.67, made mining in the last few days  Grin

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Same as me, I knew about them in 2011 and just ignored them. 2013 and I regret it.

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.67, made mining in the last few days  Grin

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Same as me, I knew about them in 2011 and just ignored them. 2013 and I regret it.

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.67, made mining in the last few days  Grin

What's sad is I knew about bitcoins way back in 2010 when a friend introduced me to mining. Wish I'd paid more attention  Undecided

Same as me, I knew about them in 2011 and just ignored them. 2013 and I regret it.

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I remember reading about them in 2009, around the time I met my current girlfriend. Thought it was just some crazy idea spewed out by the internet.

Come December 2012 and I have only just paid real attention to bitcoins. I am now an Avalon customer (batch #2). I have enlightened the misses in recent months (to bitcoin) and we feel your pain equally... I have had a top-end PC since, like, forever! Shame I've been busy with University for the past 3 years.  Cry

At least you paid attention to two out of three things. Like Meat Loaf says: "Two out of three ain't bad" Wink

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I decided that mathematically I'd stand a better chance that one of the other crypto-currencies would jump up at a higher percentage then BTC.   BTC might have some big spikes again but I am gambling that some of the others will see a spike in value.  So, I divested of BTC (didn't own much anyway) and bought up large quantities of others that I studied.  So far, so good.  It's just a game to me.

I also though this, however I made a roughly 30% in alts and 70% in BTC to hedge my bets, I though alts could go higher more quickly and trade back.....I wish I had done this more....buy hey.

They only problem is after evaluation, you sort of don't make so much as Alts generally go down and btc go up and the other way, so you stay at hedged amount not wanting to sell out of either.

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I own 500 Bitcoins

Obama's alt account Smiley
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0. Lost my wallet.dat in a boating accident.

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0. Lost my wallet.dat in a boating accident.

lol your joking, right?

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I just earned my 1st coin from mining for about a week. Kink of undecided if it's worth it. $4k invested for 1 coin a week...Huh   Undecided


0. Lost my wallet.dat in a boating accident.

You have no excuse. I keep so many backups of my wallet.dat file that I forget where I put them all. I stumble across them every now and then. They tell me "HI" and that they love me for caring so much about them. I have email accounts on gmail and yahoo. Their sole purpose is to store a copy of my wallet.dat file. Google drive has a copy, several old 256 meg flash drives, my andriod.

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i have 0.00000001 bitcoins
..considering conversion to ripples so i can use whole numbers  Grin
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You have no excuse. I keep so many backups of my wallet.dat file that I forget where I put them all. I stumble across them every now and then. They tell me "HI" and that they love me for caring so much about them. I have email accounts on gmail and yahoo. Their sole purpose is to store a copy of my wallet.dat file. Google drive has a copy, several old 256 meg flash drives, my andriod.
BACKUP YOUR BACKUPS BACKUPS!

If you store you wallet.dat in so many places I at least hope you it is all encrypted?
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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

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I have a wallet.dat containing exactly 1 bulanula (22.5 BTC).
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.



I have right now 5.79575043

I don't want more, but if someone is willing to give I'm willing to take

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I've been spending mine, so not much left... I bought sushi with BTC
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I just earned my 1st coin from mining for about a week. Kink of undecided if it's worth it. $4k invested for 1 coin a week...Huh   Undecided



This quote will be funny when BTC is worth $4,000 USD each.

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Not enough.

I'm hoping that one day companies will issue bonds denominated in bitcoins with the interest paid in btc.  When I can buy enough of these bonds so that the interest alone supports my lifestyle......then I'll have enough.
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0. Lost my wallet.dat in a boating accident.

lol your joking, right?

Lost all my gold, silver, guns, and ammo too in the same boating accident.

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Not enough.

I'm hoping that one day companies will issue bonds denominated in bitcoins with the interest paid in btc.  When I can buy enough of these bonds so that the interest alone will support my lifestyle......then I'll have enough.

Check out https://btct.co/security - that time is now.
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0. Lost my wallet.dat in a boating accident.

lol your joking, right?

Lost all my gold, silver, guns, and ammo too in the same boating accident.

Very sorry to hear that.  Sad

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0. Lost my wallet.dat in a boating accident.

lol your joking, right?

Lost all my gold, silver, guns, and ammo too in the same boating accident.

Very sorry to hear that.  Sad

Indeed. Sad It does sound like a pirate ship, so that would have been fun while it was afloat.
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I have 0.0011512 BTC, wish I could get more..

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About 2BTC at the moment...
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Please Sir... can you give me 50BTC for a Blade, so I can get more coins... I just want more coins, I don't want to convert to USD... I just want BTC!!!   Undecided



.... what have I become ....
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Not enough.

I'm hoping that one day companies will issue bonds denominated in bitcoins with the interest paid in btc.  When I can buy enough of these bonds so that the interest alone will support my lifestyle......then I'll have enough.

Check out https://btct.co/security - that time is now.


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My god. Many rich folkers than I in this thread.
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All I can hear in this thread is

"...my preciousssss..."

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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.

Holy SHIT. I have less than 1 Sad

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Over 100k.

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so far I made 155btc through 6 FPGA BFL SINGLES for 10months mining...

too bad wasn't able to sell at $266

now I have 90btc left..

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Over 100k.

Can you let us know when you are planning on selling so we can have a heads up?  There is some power in them coins of yours.  Wink  Thanks.

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Over 100k.

Awesome! Kudos!  Grin

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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached...
You do realise that if Bitcoin takes off, you will be able to personally buy most of South America and Africa with your coins.
It happened lol  Shocked
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Over 100k.

Can you let us know when you are planning on selling so we can have a heads up?  There is some power in them coins of yours.  Wink  Thanks.

I guess he's called loaded for a reason Wink

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Over 100k.

*John thinks he found the Winklevoss twins's forum account*   Wink

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Not enough.

I'm hoping that one day companies will issue bonds denominated in bitcoins with the interest paid in btc.  When I can buy enough of these bonds so that the interest alone supports my lifestyle......then I'll have enough.

THIS !!! .. my thoughts exactly..  once I can live off my bitcoin stash, without having to touch the principle.. I will have exactly as many as I want/need.

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I haz none  Embarrassed so poor lol
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Not enough.

I'm hoping that one day companies will issue bonds denominated in bitcoins with the interest paid in btc.  When I can buy enough of these bonds so that the interest alone supports my lifestyle......then I'll have enough.

THIS !!! .. my thoughts exactly..  once I can live off my bitcoin stash, without having to touch the principle.. I will have exactly as many as I want/need.

Sigg

I posted this same link above, but it's worth repeating:

Check out https://btct.co/security - that time is now.

ASICMINER had a crazy dividend payout last week of ~0.03 BTC per share.  They are trading around 2.05 BTC/share right now.
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Every single one of my bitcoins are safe and sound on Instawallet, soon to be back in my possession come July.  Cry
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Every single one of my bitcoins are safe and sound on Instawallet, soon to be back in my possession come July.  Cry

Wow  Shocked

Good luck ...

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I posted this same link above, but it's worth repeating:

Check out https://btct.co/security - that time is now.

ASICMINER had a crazy dividend payout last week of ~0.03 BTC per share.  They are trading around 2.05 BTC/share right now.

Just got done looking over the site...  copied directly from their FAQ:
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No assets on the site are to be considered real.
The use of this site is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
If an asset issuer on this site defaults, you have ZERO RECOURSE. (not like you have any recourse in most international BTC situations anyway.)

While I aplaud the transparency, this does not exactly inspire a warm/fuzzy feeling. 

I am fairly well convinced that they are legit, and have every intention of continueing operation..   Even so, they are basically saying "we aren't currently following any regulations and we don't intend to in the future.. see we found this nifty loophole, so NANANANANA"   

Sorry, but the moment they come on the radar of the wrong agency, they are sooo toast.  Don't think that just cuz they are in Belize, the belize authorities won't cooperate with uncle sugar up north.

Sigg 
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Over 100k.

I found my new best friend http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eiwpZS3Vqg LOL

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I posted this same link above, but it's worth repeating:

Check out https://btct.co/security - that time is now.

ASICMINER had a crazy dividend payout last week of ~0.03 BTC per share.  They are trading around 2.05 BTC/share right now.

Just got done looking over the site...  copied directly from their FAQ:
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No assets on the site are to be considered real.
The use of this site is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
If an asset issuer on this site defaults, you have ZERO RECOURSE. (not like you have any recourse in most international BTC situations anyway.)

While I aplaud the transparency, this does not exactly inspire a warm/fuzzy feeling. 

I am fairly well convinced that they are legit, and have every intention of continueing operation..   Even so, they are basically saying "we aren't currently following any regulations and we don't intend to in the future.. see we found this nifty loophole, so NANANANANA"   

Sorry, but the moment they come on the radar of the wrong agency, they are sooo toast.  Don't think that just cuz they are in Belize, the belize authorities won't cooperate with uncle sugar up north.

Sigg 


Seems like everyone wants the security of regulation but none of the cost.

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[While I aplaud the transparency, this does not exactly inspire a warm/fuzzy feeling. 

I am fairly well convinced that they are legit, and have every intention of continueing operation..   Even so, they are basically saying "we aren't currently following any regulations and we don't intend to in the future.. see we found this nifty loophole, so NANANANANA"   

Sorry, but the moment they come on the radar of the wrong agency, they are sooo toast.  Don't think that just cuz they are in Belize, the belize authorities won't cooperate with uncle sugar up north.
Seems like everyone wants the security of regulation but none of the cost.

In the case that I'll be entrusting my BTC to someone else, I fully expect I will have legal recourse should they decide to scidadle with them.  I also fully accept there will be a cost for such a safety net. 

Heck, I'd be on my way to my goal of "living off the interest" if I just sent all my coins here:  http://coinlenders.com/interest .  According to the FAQ, they're even "insured"..  Um.. yeah an "insured" 20% rate of return.. RIGHT !!! Do I get a pony also?  Once again, I'm fairly sure good intentions are there..  Still... no recurse means the BTC stay in encrypted cold storage.

Sigg
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Over 100k.

*John thinks he found the Winklevoss twins's forum account*   Wink

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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.



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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.

No-one but Satoshi will ever be a millionaire in Bitcoins Wink

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I should have *insert amount of BTC here* by August! Can't wait!  Grin
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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.

It is great to be an earlier adopter. But we deserve the wealth since we had sense that when it was at at nothing it would be something. I remember saying if my bitcoins ever went to over $10,000 I would cash out and this was when bitcoins was at $5. I don't want to say exactly how much I have but I passed $10,000 a long time ago LOL

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I was lucky to get in at $0.70 in a big way. I will never tell anyone how many btc I have though.  Wink
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I'd like to assure everyone that I am not the Winklevii. I did have the pleasure of meeting them recently at the conference though. I'm just another not-that-rich guy that invested in Bitcoin at the right time and have somewhat become a broker among some personal and professional contacts who have expressed interest in the coin. Less so now than before the $266 run-up, although there is still some interest. For those who don't follow the speculation forum, I have become somewhat famous for posting vague hints prior to making large market purchases on behalf of clients.

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May 21, 2013, 08:00:22 AM
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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.

It is great to be an earlier adopter. But we deserve the wealth since we had sense that when it was at at nothing it would be something. I remember saying if my bitcoins ever went to over $10,000 I would cash out and this was when bitcoins was at $5. I don't want to say exactly how much I have but I passed $10,000 a long time ago LOL

I'm going to guess a lower bound of 2000  Wink

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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.

No-one but Satoshi will ever be a millionaire in Bitcoins Wink

Not necessarily. There are plenty of people wealthy enough in fiat that they could become bitcoin millionaires. And if they did it over a long enough period it probably wouldn't even push the price up.

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I should have *insert amount of BTC here* by August! Can't wait!  Grin
nice try  Wink

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First page of this thread is so depressing. brb building time machine
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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.

No-one but Satoshi will ever be a millionaire in Bitcoins Wink

Not necessarily. There are plenty of people wealthy enough in fiat that they could become bitcoin millionaires. And if they did it over a long enough period it probably wouldn't even push the price up.

Extremely unlikely this is even possible.

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For those who don't follow the speculation forum, I have become somewhat famous for posting vague hints prior to making large market purchases on behalf of clients.

I will have to watch for your posts then.  Smiley  Thanks for helping BTC grow though.  Any large market purchases in the works?  What does the climate feel like to you right now?  I keep thinking that with all of the amazing press out there the price should be rising more than it is.  I guess people have become less emotional and are in a  "wait and see" mood right now.

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All of them are mine.

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All of them are mine.

So nice of you to let me hold some!  Wink

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I should have *insert amount of BTC here* by August! Can't wait!  Grin
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May 22, 2013, 12:01:34 AM
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Would anyone that has quite a few bitcoins like to get some media attention?

Check this out:
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I'd like to assure everyone that I am not the Winklevii. I did have the pleasure of meeting them recently at the conference though. I'm just another not-that-rich guy that invested in Bitcoin at the right time and have somewhat become a broker among some personal and professional contacts who have expressed interest in the coin. Less so now than before the $266 run-up, although there is still some interest. For those who don't follow the speculation forum, I have become somewhat famous for posting vague hints prior to making large market purchases on behalf of clients.

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I'm doing something wrong. I'm no where near many peoples amount, although I'm doing pretty well to have only invested my time & no fiat money.

Some of you are close to millionaires.

No-one but Satoshi will ever be a millionaire in Bitcoins Wink

Not necessarily. There are plenty of people wealthy enough in fiat that they could become bitcoin millionaires. And if they did it over a long enough period it probably wouldn't even push the price up.

Extremely unlikely this is even possible.

Bendur appears to be confused about the difference between a bitcoin millionaire - and a millionaire in bitcoins.

One takes about 8,000 BTC at the current exchange rate.  The other requires one million BTC.

Dankedan: price seems low, time to sell I think...
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One takes about 8,000 BTC at the current exchange rate.

Or 65, depending on which currency you look at.

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One takes about 8,000 BTC at the current exchange rate.

Or 65, depending on which currency you look at.

* scratches head *  The Yen is at 12,900 - so 77.5.  That's the closest.  Or am I missing out on a currency?

Dankedan: price seems low, time to sell I think...
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One takes about 8,000 BTC at the current exchange rate.

Or 65, depending on which currency you look at.

* scratches head *  The Yen is at 12,900 - so 77.5.  That's the closest.  Or am I missing out on a currency?

It's old spanish peseta (166.386 esp/eur) but that isn't the point Wink.

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One takes about 8,000 BTC at the current exchange rate.

Or 65, depending on which currency you look at.

* scratches head *  The Yen is at 12,900 - so 77.5.  That's the closest.  Or am I missing out on a currency?

It's old spanish peseta (166.386 esp/eur) but that isn't the point Wink.

Wow.  I still have some of those laying around somewhere from when I lived in Alcala back in the 70s.  Sometimes I don't know why the hell I left Spain.  I loved that place.

Your point, though, is kind of picky.  We all know which currency is the default when discussing these things...  Cheesy

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One takes about 8,000 BTC at the current exchange rate.

Or 65, depending on which currency you look at.

* scratches head *  The Yen is at 12,900 - so 77.5.  That's the closest.  Or am I missing out on a currency?

LoL pesetas Tongue

I think we're all millonaires in Zimbabwe Dollars  Smiley


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REally cool LEGEND topic!

see how people of 4 years talked about their bitcoins!
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mtgox has all of mine  Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad   934



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78, went all in during this last crash to $500, have almost no FIAT left to my name!

Fingers crossed.

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too little  Angry
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mtgox has all of mine  Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad   934



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You had 934 Bitcoin in mtgox? I don't believe you and if that is true you were stupid enough to leave that amount in one it is your own fault.

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Last fool holding a bag of bitcoins gets burnt Angry

I have .5 , .1 @ 850, .2@795, .2@698, not buying any more. So much for an investment. I may use it as a currency some time in the future.  But now for me living in the USA I see no advange to using Bitcoin instead of Dollars.

Just my 2 cents  Undecided
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I own less than 1btc now and I am working on it
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worked hard for 17 btc

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worked hard for 17 btc

Thats aa good amount did you buy it with fiat from a exchange?

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worked hard for 17 btc

Thats aa good amount did you buy it with fiat from a exchange?

I made 11 from mining altcoins and I bought the rest for fiat at 820 and 645
but I hardly would sell my freedom for fiat be it expensive as it wills Smiley

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How much Bitcoin does one have to own to be considered rich?

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zero, nobody wants to sell me bitcoins on localbitcoins at spot price for cash. Probably because the amount is too small (less than $300) because I don't wanna get in trouble with the bitcoin police.

also, internet biz not online yet, so no customers have paid me in BTC yet.

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How much Bitcoin does one have to own to be considered rich?

I'd say 100
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How much Bitcoin does one have to own to be considered rich?

Depends. In USA or other 1st world country, probably about 5 kBTC.
In the third world, probably about 500 BTC.

A safe 5% return on investment on these amounts should feed your family forever.
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How much Bitcoin does one have to own to be considered rich?

Depends. In USA or other 1st world country, probably about 5 kBTC.
In the third world, probably about 500 BTC.

A safe 5% return on investment on these amounts should feed your family forever.

I'm no where near those and probably never will be shame.

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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.

How many do you have left??
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How much Bitcoin does one have to own to be considered rich?

Depends. In USA or other 1st world country, probably about 5 kBTC.
In the third world, probably about 500 BTC.

A safe 5% return on investment on these amounts should feed your family forever.

I'm no where near those and probably never will be shame.

Work towards it!!
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I have enough to sell at the right price and reinvest and sell again thats all I need.

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0.00056832  Grin  it's not much i'm just starting out mostly earned from faucets and free sites

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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.

How many do you have left??

yes.... how many? hehehe

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I think anyone with 100+ should be considered a elite Bitcoiner thats a good amount to have.

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I think anyone with 100+ should be considered a elite Bitcoiner thats a good amount to have.

Why have 100... when you can have 1000 Wink Anyone that has over 1000 is an elite bitcoiner.

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Im in the richest 1%........ I have 1.
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Im in the richest 1%........ I have 1.

What? 1% of Bitcoin doesn't own 1 Bitcoin.

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Im in the richest 1%........ I have 1.

What? 1% of Bitcoin doesn't own 1 Bitcoin.

99% of wallets with bitcoin in them are between 0.0000000001 and 1.0.  Somebody can correct me if im wrong.
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Amazing to read that people 'just' own 100-500 bitcoin in 2010, something you can now buy a house from (if you do not have it on Mt.Gox).  Inspiring!
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I own 0.05 bitcoins.
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~0.051 at the current moment. Not enough haha.

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February 20, 2014, 10:04:49 PM
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How much Bitcoin does one have to own to be considered rich?

That depends on if you're asking today or next week.

Today, at least 1,000BTC
Next week, maybe 10,000BTC is needed.

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February 20, 2014, 10:24:20 PM
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I must say seeing these posts from 2010 of people just being like I got 500 is quite comical, I'm curious how many just mined or bought for fun not even thinking they would become so valuable.

Anyway I have a whopping 0.02042131BTC all from some minimal mining, but I'm starting to ramp that up, plus dabbling in some altcoins. Feel free to help me break that .1 mark 1DDDanFske9eyyziu21bVAvAf5FHAkf3s4  Smiley
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February 20, 2014, 10:31:50 PM
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0.00000000 BTC  Sad

-BTC: 1Ndb6zGsNFwmwfbkbBdDgPTyYnpVunY3Nx
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February 21, 2014, 10:38:40 AM
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0.00000000 BTC  Sad
You may have a decent chance to pick some up cheap soon when the MtGox issue is played out. If you still have confidence in bitcoin's recovery.
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February 21, 2014, 11:10:42 AM
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Hi everyone,
because I 'm the newest I have 0,00013109 bitcoins, only.
So I need your help.

1CeBhMus9uLpEfQQDdKeLaHMbjXrvrPhVS

Thanx you

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February 21, 2014, 02:03:38 PM
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I must say seeing these posts from 2010 of people just being like I got 500 is quite comical, I'm curious how many just mined or bought for fun not even thinking they would become so valuable.

Anyway I have a whopping 0.02042131BTC all from some minimal mining, but I'm starting to ramp that up, plus dabbling in some altcoins. Feel free to help me break that .1 mark 1DDDanFske9eyyziu21bVAvAf5FHAkf3s4  Smiley

As long as youre using CPU/GPU for mining youd be better forgetting mining btc and just mine alt coins on multipool looking at the most profitable coin, then periodically convert them to btc.

 Grin

Dime 7Q3cZtyJemmE8pJsrYgX24mHnkqZX6M6hP
BTC 18vbvovBeM5ZTZqR5ZWAy75EXE7qTNipuo
Mooncoin 2QgyivUMa7Zun6oPdxeE1yry1aNp5hqrDb
LTC Lg3UYGCAe3Tb146PiMqeGNLR7bnjdM447d
Doge DPd1XejW8TabJu5gfjyKnuQYQ9Vzw1anXN
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February 21, 2014, 02:07:49 PM
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0.007  Roll Eyes

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February 21, 2014, 03:26:45 PM
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Seeing the posts at the start of the thread from 2010 makes me wince. If only they knew! If OP still has his 5k BTC then he must be very happy indeed...

I have 1.2 BTC.
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February 21, 2014, 04:38:33 PM
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Just got my first btc (0.03) a few days ago... I wish I had seen this thread years ago

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February 21, 2014, 04:49:31 PM
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I wish I had seen this thread years ago

exactly. I am way too late Angry Angry Angry

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I wish I had seen this thread years ago
exactly. I am way too late Angry Angry Angry

Haha no way, it will never be too late !

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February 21, 2014, 05:32:53 PM
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I wish I had seen this thread years ago

exactly. I am way too late Angry Angry Angry


I think a fair few people who bought a thousand or more coins from minute one might have played out the following scenarios.

1 - Scammed into oblivion.

2 - Spent on Alpaca socks.

3 - Gambled into oblivion.

4 - Sold most at $0.10/ $1/ $10 thinking it could never go higher.

5 - Lost or deleted their private keys.

If everyone knew it was going to hit the heights it has it would've been $100,000 per coin on the first week of the market.

You still got plenty of time.


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February 21, 2014, 05:45:00 PM
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only 0.1  Angry
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February 21, 2014, 07:15:09 PM
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i've got all of them

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February 21, 2014, 07:16:58 PM
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Do Mt.Gox coins count?
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February 21, 2014, 08:41:45 PM
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lol so many peeps in here have less than 0.1 coins... you guys do realize you can buy them on exchanges right? forget about mining and faucets, it's not worth the time, energy, etc.

as i posted in the other thread, by 2020 people will be shocked to see posts from 2014 of people stating that they have 1 bitcoin or more. By then, one coin will put you on par with Kublai Khan or oil barrens of years past in terms of wealth. These are dark times (kind of) but represent a great buying opportunity. All you frownie faces with 0.001 coins, buy some now! stop begging and put some money down! Even $1,000 worth will likely make you very wealthy in a few years time. You're not too late!

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February 21, 2014, 11:01:51 PM
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I own 7,95 btc and I feel rich. Lol, reading you, I feel a bit poor. Hi all from italy


 
 
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Do Mt.Gox coins count?

only 1/10  Cheesy

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February 21, 2014, 11:10:30 PM
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Do Mt.Gox coins count?

Have a hug on me buddy your not alone.


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Ba dum  ttttsssss.

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February 21, 2014, 11:18:17 PM
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.
Wow! Just wow. You must have been one of the early adopters.
As for me, I don't have much, almost 0.2 btc, most earned trough some design work...or some other work for btc. I hope to earn 1 btc, then 10 btc, that would be more then enough for me.

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February 21, 2014, 11:35:19 PM
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.
Wow! Just wow. You must have been one of the early adopters.
As for me, I don't have much, almost 0.2 btc, most earned trough some design work...or some other work for btc. I hope to earn 1 btc, then 10 btc, that would be more then enough for me.

haha check the time stamp. yes, he was an earlier adopter. does he still have 5200 coins? highly doubt it.

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