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August 14, 2018, 02:25:47 AM
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Monero hovering around $80, down over 30% in the past 7 days. Crazy
Best time to buy Monero when the coin has dropped to its yearly bottom (or somewhere around its yearly bottom).
It's best chance to start accumulating more Monero into portfolios at its very low price range.

however, investors should be careful a little bit because current price range of Monero has still been much higher than its figures at the same period last year.  Roll Eyes

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August 14, 2018, 02:27:30 AM
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Monero hovering around $80, down over 30% in the past 7 days. Crazy
Best time to buy Monero when the coin has dropped to its yearly bottom (or somewhere around its yearly bottom).
It's best chance to start accumulating more Monero into portfolios at its very low price range.

however, investors should be careful a little bit because current price range of Monero has still been much higher than its figures at the same period last year.  Roll Eyes

best time to buy drug coins is right before you need a bag of shit Wink lmfao

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August 14, 2018, 04:41:52 AM
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Monero hovering around $80, down over 30% in the past 7 days. Crazy
Best time to buy Monero when the coin has dropped to its yearly bottom (or somewhere around its yearly bottom).
It's best chance to start accumulating more Monero into portfolios at its very low price range.

however, investors should be careful a little bit because current price range of Monero has still been much higher than its figures at the same period last year.  Roll Eyes

"Monero has still been much higher than its figures at the same period last year". That is because it has more users.
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PRICE 400 USD






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August 14, 2018, 06:18:10 PM
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We've added Monero to our voting list on which users are able to vote on their favorite coin. The top 10 of those coins will be listed in our brand new exchange in the beta phase.
If you'd like to contact us please do so via our contact form system on https://Xiphos.exchange/help.
Vote now at https://xiphos.exchange/vote.
We wish you good voting and the best of luck.
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August 14, 2018, 06:22:51 PM
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We've added Monero to our voting list on which users are able to vote on their favorite coin. The top 10 of those coins will be listed in our brand new exchange in the beta phase.
If you'd like to contact us please do so via our contact form system on https://Xiphos.exchange/help.
Vote now at https://xiphos.exchange/vote.
We wish you good voting and the best of luck.
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How do you even dare put Monero among that pile of shit?

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August 15, 2018, 03:30:22 AM
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Grin nice to meet you. Just trying do my part for XMR Wink

Like the only guy in the crypto articles who talks any damn sense. Tmosley lost his damned mind over bcash. All the old bugs arguments are pathetically non sequitur. Sometimes I feel like making an account over there just to play devils advocate because everyones anti crypto arguments are so bad. I mean I really do pick up a lot of good insights from those comments sections on other articles but they are helplessly out of their depth on crypto.

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August 15, 2018, 09:02:40 AM
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I know Monero (XMR) coins from one gambling site. I don't know when this project was done until now it can only be found here.

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August 15, 2018, 05:54:17 PM
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I know Monero (XMR) coins from one gambling site. I don't know when this project was done until now it can only be found here.

It's not really the best kept secret anymore. Smiley

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Grin nice to meet you. Just trying do my part for XMR Wink

Like the only guy in the crypto articles who talks any damn sense. Tmosley lost his damned mind over bcash. All the old bugs arguments are pathetically non sequitur. Sometimes I feel like making an account over there just to play devils advocate because everyones anti crypto arguments are so bad. I mean I really do pick up a lot of good insights from those comments sections on other articles but they are helplessly out of their depth on crypto.


Bcashers and XmrTards are very much alike... where rptilian? Smiley lol

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Great news! Meanwhile you made a typo in the url. Correct one:
XMR.RU-report (July)

I've just called my friend in Telegram, he is native Russian speaker. He says that's very nice translate. I just note in addition that's quite a large amount of work. Respect!

It will be wonderful, if somebody makes the translations to Spanish & Portuguese because they are most important languages in the world just after English.
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Grin nice to meet you. Just trying do my part for XMR Wink

Like the only guy in the crypto articles who talks any damn sense. Tmosley lost his damned mind over bcash. All the old bugs arguments are pathetically non sequitur. Sometimes I feel like making an account over there just to play devils advocate because everyones anti crypto arguments are so bad. I mean I really do pick up a lot of good insights from those comments sections on other articles but they are helplessly out of their depth on crypto.


Bcashers and XmrTards are very much alike... where rptilian? Smiley lol

Yea I mean you are right. All this time I thought fungibility was a big deal in a currency I now see that I was just being dramatic. Roll Eyes

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Grin nice to meet you. Just trying do my part for XMR Wink

Like the only guy in the crypto articles who talks any damn sense. Tmosley lost his damned mind over bcash. All the old bugs arguments are pathetically non sequitur. Sometimes I feel like making an account over there just to play devils advocate because everyones anti crypto arguments are so bad. I mean I really do pick up a lot of good insights from those comments sections on other articles but they are helplessly out of their depth on crypto.


Bcashers and XmrTards are very much alike... where rptilian? Smiley lol

Yea I mean you are right. All this time I thought fungibility was a big deal in a currency I now see that I was just being dramatic. Roll Eyes

fluffy trojan is going to tokens just like wormverhole™ or whatever Smiley lol

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I've just called my friend in Telegram, he is native Russian speaker. He says that's very nice translate. I just note in addition that's quite a large amount of work. Respect!
Thanks! About your friend, he always can join our community in Telegram --> https://t.me/xmr_ru



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August 16, 2018, 05:38:02 PM
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Sorry guys, but Im not happy with how things are going! The logo is dull and plain as hell and doesnt stick out among 100 generic insurance company logos you can find in any phone book. Thats not even the troubling part. What really grinds my gears is that apparently you tackle the "professional" approach to run this project from the wrong end, submitting to some BS ISO compliance codes and choosing generic company logos for a project like this in a community like this is clearly the wrong way to go. You are supposed to think outside the box and not try to fit in it! This is the Crypto Revolution and not some credit card scheme 2.0. Please take the courage to be original, the community will thank you for it.

I like the Missives post and hope to see more of it regularly to keep us in the loop. Thats where Monero could shine over Bitcoins detached development team. Pls go on!

Monero should always be handled professionally. This is not a libertarian wet dream from our perspective; we are trying to build and create something that will allow for financial transactions that are secure, private, and untraceable. We do not define use-cases for the project, which means that everything should always be kept clean and above-board:)

https://researchcenter.paloaltonetworks.com/2018/06/unit42-rise-cryptocurrency-miners/

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bot net out of control...or is there a hardfork coming for this too?  Cool  ===> fluffy trojan wat!

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https://researchcenter.paloaltonetworks.com/2018/06/unit42-rise-cryptocurrency-miners/

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bot net out of control...or is there a hardfork coming for this too?  Cool  ===> fluffy trojan wat!

I'd say thats great news, you are unable to think out of the box and that has always been your problem. Well besides the fact you just enjoy trolling.

If those bots were not mining Monero they would be doing something worse. That is a best case scenario for them.

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Is this a cult? Fluffy pony is manipulating you in beliving this scam coin but the government is stepping in to ban it! I hereby release from his spell...now open your eyes!

so Monero is Proof of Faith?


church of botnets reminds me of waco texas cult... when is the interview with Alex Jones? Smiley bwaaahaha


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https://researchcenter.paloaltonetworks.com/2018/06/unit42-rise-cryptocurrency-miners/

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bot net out of control...or is there a hardfork coming for this too?  Cool  ===> fluffy trojan wat!

I'd say thats great news, you are unable to think out of the box and that has always been your problem. Well besides the fact you just enjoy trolling.

If those bots were not mining Monero they would be doing something worse. That is a best case scenario for them.

goldman saches(circle) pwned your computer networks using XMR ? ... thank you for playing!  Kiss  weeeeee

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