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July 31, 2014, 06:25:43 PM
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Own around 1.05 Bitcoin. This is a long shot bet for 1m lottery ticket.

I know the odd of winning is less than 1%.
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July 31, 2014, 06:46:31 PM
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Own around 1.05 Bitcoin. This is a long shot bet for 1m lottery ticket.

I know the odd of winning is less than 1%.

I'm not so sure about 1M, but the odds of winning with BTC is, in all likelihood, higher than 1%.  Assuming the definition of winning is: worth more than you paid for it.
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July 31, 2014, 06:50:54 PM
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I have enough to keep me interested in bitcoins Smiley

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July 31, 2014, 07:58:01 PM
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At the time of this post:

Number of responders: 139
Assuming poll responders hold the minimum quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 14,216 BTC
Assuming poll responders hold the maximum* quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 34,483 BTC


*Assumed 1000 BTC maximum for 500+ category.
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July 31, 2014, 08:13:13 PM
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whats btc?

Badass Toyota Car(s)

Bitcoin is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get !!
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July 31, 2014, 08:16:40 PM
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I've often been surprised at how few coins some of the most prolific posters have. The head honcho of bittylicious.com said in a radio interview recently he had 20 BTC which blows my mind a bit.

The amount of people whose lives would be changed by a $10,000 coin is probably surprisingly modest. 

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July 31, 2014, 08:17:27 PM
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How does one own 0.5 badass Toyota?
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July 31, 2014, 08:26:25 PM
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You can shred one badass toyota car up to 100 million pieces.
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July 31, 2014, 08:28:19 PM
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You can shred one badass toyota car up to 100 million pieces.

But how many badass Toyotas will there ever be?
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July 31, 2014, 08:31:05 PM
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You can shred one badass toyota car up to 100 million pieces.

But how many badass Toyotas will there ever be?

MILLIONS :-)
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July 31, 2014, 08:44:12 PM
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At the time of this post:

Number of responders: 139
Assuming poll responders hold the minimum quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 14,216 BTC
Assuming poll responders hold the maximum* quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 34,483 BTC


*Assumed 1000 BTC maximum for 500+ category.

Hahaha...responses are completely full of shit.  What do you suppose the multiplication factor is compared to actual BTC held?  20?  50? 
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July 31, 2014, 08:54:36 PM
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is my 2003 corolla 1 btc Huh the A/C blows cold and it has an alpine cd deck Shocked
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July 31, 2014, 09:24:58 PM
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At the time of this post:

Number of responders: 139
Assuming poll responders hold the minimum quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 14,216 BTC
Assuming poll responders hold the maximum* quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 34,483 BTC


*Assumed 1000 BTC maximum for 500+ category.

Hahaha...responses are completely full of shit.  What do you suppose the multiplication factor is compared to actual BTC held?  20?  50? 

x5 to x50 in either direction. There are probably some people on here with huuuuuge numbers who you'll never know about.

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July 31, 2014, 09:46:44 PM
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At the time of this post:

Number of responders: 139
Assuming poll responders hold the minimum quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 14,216 BTC
Assuming poll responders hold the maximum* quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 34,483 BTC


*Assumed 1000 BTC maximum for 500+ category.

Hahaha...responses are completely full of shit.  What do you suppose the multiplication factor is compared to actual BTC held?  20?  50? 

Yeah, I know lots of people are not honest on these polls, and those people are generally answering in the top or bottom category, in an attempt to skew perceptions (depending on their goals). Hard to say, really. I'm not sure there is a significant number of folks who are simply "multiplying" their holdings. It's not like anyone is associating the results with participants (I mean, outside of forum administrators and the NSA). So there is little incentive for doing that. Ignoring the two extremes might be the best representation of speculation sub-forum goers.
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August 01, 2014, 07:38:53 AM
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At the time of this post:

Number of responders: 139
Assuming poll responders hold the minimum quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 14,216 BTC
Assuming poll responders hold the maximum* quantity of coins for their category, total holdings represented = 34,483 BTC


*Assumed 1000 BTC maximum for 500+ category.

Hahaha...responses are completely full of shit.  What do you suppose the multiplication factor is compared to actual BTC held?  20?  50? 

Yeah, I know lots of people are not honest on these polls, and those people are generally answering in the top or bottom category, in an attempt to skew perceptions (depending on their goals). Hard to say, really. I'm not sure there is a significant number of folks who are simply "multiplying" their holdings. It's not like anyone is associating the results with participants (I mean, outside of forum administrators and the NSA). So there is little incentive for doing that. Ignoring the two extremes might be the best representation of speculation sub-forum goers.


Good point also consider that author completely fucked up the poll figures, there is a strange range in choice #2 which probably was meant to be 0.5  - 6

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August 02, 2014, 10:59:08 PM
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This should really be in the off topic section. I would also advise anyone reading this to not answer the OPs question as if you were to reveal how many bitcoin you own/control then it could subject you to a number of attacks, as an attacker would know that attempting to hack you could have some benefit, verses attempting to hack a random person may or may not have potential benefit.
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August 03, 2014, 01:12:52 PM
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This question seems to pop up over and over again. It must be very interesting for some people. But the thing is, you'll never get accurate replies. Most people are probably just messing with you  Grin
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August 03, 2014, 02:42:42 PM
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I have only 0.004 btc because I sold some free stellars but it's a nice beginning!
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August 03, 2014, 10:23:39 PM
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This should really be in the off topic section. I would also advise anyone reading this to not answer the OPs question as if you were to reveal how many bitcoin you own/control then it could subject you to a number of attacks, as an attacker would know that attempting to hack you could have some benefit, verses attempting to hack a random person may or may not have potential benefit.

You shouldn't be viewing BitcoinTalk with the same computer you use to store your BTC.

Problem solved.
This is not even a computer level issue, it is a personal identity level issue. If someone were to DOX you, after you posted that you have "x" BTC then anyone would know that you have that level of BTC and would likely attempt to launch an attack to steal your coins, either by hacking or by breaking into your house to steal your computers (among other potential attacks).
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August 03, 2014, 11:01:21 PM
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This should really be in the off topic section. I would also advise anyone reading this to not answer the OPs question as if you were to reveal how many bitcoin you own/control then it could subject you to a number of attacks, as an attacker would know that attempting to hack you could have some benefit, verses attempting to hack a random person may or may not have potential benefit.

You shouldn't be viewing BitcoinTalk with the same computer you use to store your BTC.

Problem solved.
This is not even a computer level issue, it is a personal identity level issue. If someone were to DOX you, after you posted that you have "x" BTC then anyone would know that you have that level of BTC and would likely attempt to launch an attack to steal your coins, either by hacking or by breaking into your house to steal your computers (among other potential attacks).
This is why you use strong passwords and encrypt your backups. It's only an issue for people who are shit at keeping important data secure. Which, yes, may be the majority.

We know that certain people here have hundreds of coins. Have we heard about them getting hacked, kidnapped or having their house robbed? We do not live in a Bond movie.

In the interest of putting my personal safety where my mouth is, I have at the moment about 15. Few more every month until the next rally. Come at me hackbros.

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