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February 26, 2018, 02:55:35 AM
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XMR breaking long-term resistance vs DASH  Cool



Evan better call Otoh so his big, rich pump group whale buddies can save it with another bailout!  Grin

I wonder if we could possibly be on the cusp of the shakeout I keep hoping will happen.



Probably not...  but someday.

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Inevitably... someday Soontm.

When Litecoin passes Bcash, we'll celebrate The Flappening.

When Monero passes Dash, we'll celebrate The Dashening (or is it The Fluffening?).

Lots of good parties coming up.  Time to order more Barolo! Cool

Or is this a better choice?



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Oman guys. Did I ever just stumble upon something great. Forget Edward Snowden, who needs that twerpy little millennial cuck anyway. We now, apparently, have the full weight of John McAfee behind us, a serious candidate for the most bad ass man in the world. I copied this transcript from an interview he had with cliff high. It's a mirror so I'm not sure how old it is, I couldn't find the original. I hope it's not old news. https://youtu.be/33nYy7Iu4Jg?t=20m10s

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Well, there are thousands of crypto-currencies now, literally thousands. The top are things like Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero. Of those Monero is the one that needs to be watched the closest and here is why. The dark-web is where Bitcoin first got it's use. If you wanted to hire a hitman, buy illegal drugs, to get a live tiger from the jungles of Asia, you would pay in bitcoins. Now it's 100% Monero. Why? because Bitcoin can be unwound with enough computing power and enough will, if the FBI wanted to, they could figure out who a person was that did a specific transaction. But with Monero it is impossible utterly impossible it is completely anonymous and completely private. So that is why in the dark-web everybody is using monero. But what I have discovered is, what starts in the dark-web, in terms of crypto-currencies, leaks out into the world of white, the world of above board business. Because all people, I believe, all people would like to have anonymity and privacy, in terms of their financial transactions. And if I'm right than Monero bares watching, very closely. ... Bitcoin has now almost universally been accepted as, ok, its above board, it is open, it's a currency, people are using it and your not going to stop it. Monero, when Monero hits the light, and it has in many cases, were going to have a serious problem with governments because there is nothing, nothing, that the government can ever do to determine who is doing what and this scares governments, obviously. This does not scare me, I think this is the greatest thing since sliced bread. ... And if bitcoin does have a competitor, or will have, it will be Monero.

This guy regularly gets air time on national TV and it appears that there is a very good chance that he will be using said airtime to sing our song. You know how everyone always says the reason we arent higher in market cap is because we lack marketing? Well, time to test that theory because here it comes.


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Psh, what only one? Who hasn't used their Monero to buy at least one tiger?


I wonder if he lurks. Hit me up John!

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Oman guys. Did I ever just stumble upon something great. Forget Edward Snowden, who needs that twerpy little millennial cuck anyway. We now, apparently, have the full weight of John McAfee behind us, a serious candidate for the most bad ass man in the world. I copied this transcript from an interview he had with cliff high. It's a mirror so I'm not sure how old it is, I couldn't find the original. I hope it's not old news. https://youtu.be/33nYy7Iu4Jg?t=20m9s

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Well, there are thousands of crypto-currencies now, literally thousands. The top are things like Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero. Of those Monero is the one that needs to be watched the closest and here is why. The dark-web is where Bitcoin first got it's use. If you wanted to hire a hitman, buy illegal drugs, to get a live tiger from the jungles of Asia, you would pay in bitcoins. Now it's 100% Monero. Why? because Bitcoin can be unwound with enough computing power and enough will, if the FBI wanted to, they could figure out who a person was that did a specific transaction. But with Monero it is impossible utterly impossible it is completely anonymous and completely private. So that is why in the dark-web everybody is using monero. But what I have discovered is, what starts in the dark-web, in terms of crypto-currencies, leaks out into the world of white, the world of above board business. Because all people, I believe, all people would like to have anonymity and privacy, in terms of their financial transactions. And if I'm right than Monero bares watching, very closely. ... Bitcoin has now almost universally been accepted as, ok, its above board, it is open, it's a currency, people are using it and your not going to stop it. Monero, when Monero hits the light, and it has in many cases, were going to have a serious problem with governments because there is nothing, nothing, that the government can ever do to determine who is doing what and this scares governments, obviously. This does not scare me, I think this is the greatest thing since sliced bread. ... And if bitcoin does have a competitor, or will have, it will be Monero.

This guy regularly gets air time on national TV and it appears that there is a very good chance that he will be using said airtime to sing our song. You know how everyone always says the reason we arent higher in market cap is because we lack marketing? Well, time to test that theory because here it comes.


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Psh, what only one? Who hasn't used their Monero to buy at least one tiger?


I wonder if he lurks. Hit me up John!

I don't recall a Cliff High interview, but the transcript is suspiciously similar to other interviews I've heard JM do in recent history.

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That ain't Cliff High, that's why  Cheesy
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That ain't Cliff High, that's why  Cheesy

I'm going to be honest. I don't know who Clif High is or who the guy in the interview is. That's just what it said in the title of the video Smiley

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Goldman-backed startup Circle buys Poloniex cryptocurrency exchange



https://www.reuters.com/article/us-crypto-currencies-circle/goldman-backed-startup-circle-buys-poloniex-cryptocurrency-exchange-idUSKCN1GA1N4


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W0w this could be great news. They at least will be afraid of class action suits and might straighten things out over there. They would also have the ability to open a fiat portal! And we won't have to worry about an exit scam when USDT goes Boom.

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W0w this could be great news. They at least will be afraid of class action suits and might straighten things out over there. They would also have the ability to open a fiat portal! And we won't have to worry about an exit scam when USDT goes Boom.

This is the big story right now. I know this is partly good and bad news. More crypto fanatics are against these ruling financial groups like Goldman Sachs and it is maybe against the spirit of decentralization. The good news is that this might means that crypto is becoming acceptable and more huge financial companies will follow. That should also means easier gateway to fiat.
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W0w this could be great news. They at least will be afraid of class action suits and might straighten things out over there. They would also have the ability to open a fiat portal! And we won't have to worry about an exit scam when USDT goes Boom.

This is the big story right now. I know this is partly good and bad news. More crypto fanatics are against these ruling financial groups like Goldman Sachs and it is maybe against the spirit of decentralization. The good news is that this might means that crypto is becoming acceptable and more huge financial companies will follow. That should also means easier gateway to fiat.


Central exchange was never anything decentralizated.  What was to be expected. That those that have money now will just let all Bitcoin economy goes to someone else's hands? No. They joined. Some are joining, some will join. No one will stay behind eventually.

Oh and on the side not. I got finally verified last week after 6 weeks of waiting. I guess this Jews say. this chap have such nice smile lets verify him.

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W0w this could be great news. They at least will be afraid of class action suits and might straighten things out over there. They would also have the ability to open a fiat portal! And we won't have to worry about an exit scam when USDT goes Boom.

Would be nice if Poloniex again allows NY customers.
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W0w this could be great news. They at least will be afraid of class action suits and might straighten things out over there. They would also have the ability to open a fiat portal! And we won't have to worry about an exit scam when USDT goes Boom.

Would be nice if Poloniex again allows NY customers.

With those backers circle can probably pull that off as polo will now be under the bankers umbrella and the politicians will get their cut. I doubt they are going to leave that revenue stream on the wayside now that they control it.

Also with circle anything in USD is FDIC insured so I'm going to take a wild guess and "Assume" this will be the same. I'd love to see USDT market just disappear off polo immediately! Lol

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XMR breaking long-term resistance vs DASH  Cool



Evan better call Otoh so his big, rich pump group whale buddies can save it with another bailout!  Grin

On that note:

https://cryptoizzy.blogspot.ca/2018/02/monero-dashing-ahead.html

And while you're there:

https://cryptoizzy.blogspot.ca/2018/01/seriously-though-delete-facebook-app.html

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I bought monero about 230 dollars. And i am waiting 300 dollars to sell. If the bitcoin moves affect monero and monero will go low
later I will buy again. At the end of year monero will go to 1000 dolar. Privacy is good. It makes monero special!
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The SEC are such a great bunch of guys, its not like they would give Goldman Sacks special privileges



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The SEC are such a great bunch of guys, its not like they would give Goldman Sacks special privileges


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It wasn't a typo Wink


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Great links, I would like to comment on the first one.

This is absolutely true In my mind.

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As these Dash investors begin doing even a small amount of research, they will very likely realize why Monero has surpassed it – irrespective of marketing budgets. This may in turn lead them to ‘swap out’ of Dash and into Monero – putting further downward pressure on the former and upward pressure on the latter.

And I am of the opinion that it has already happened once and that is when those 500 masternodes were liquidated and the massive pump started. Also he neglected to mention the fact that the reason they are able to pump Dash so much is the ninja mine. I think he should add a link to the thread "Why Dash's (darkcoin? IO forget) instamine matters" thread.




The SEC are such a great bunch of guys, its not like they would give Goldman Sacks special privileges



Can you ELI5 that for us retards? Cheesy

BTW nice to see you around again. Smiley




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Great links, I would like to comment on the first one.

This is absolutely true In my mind.

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What is Monero? Is it really superior to the coin I’m invested in?          

As these Dash investors begin doing even a small amount of research, they will very likely realize why Monero has surpassed it – irrespective of marketing budgets. This may in turn lead them to ‘swap out’ of Dash and into Monero – putting further downward pressure on the former and upward pressure on the latter.

And I am of the opinion that it has already happened once and that is when those 500 masternodes were liquidated and the massive pump started. Also he neglected to mention the fact that the reason they are able to pump Dash so much is the ninja mine. I think he should add a link to the thread "Why Dash's (darkcoin? IO forget) instamine matters" thread.




The SEC are such a great bunch of guys, its not like they would give Goldman Sacks special privileges



Can you ELI5 that for us retards? Cheesy

BTW nice to see you around again. Smiley





(the SEC) "indicated that they would not pursue any enforcement action for prior wrongdoing" (of Poloniex) eg. get out of jail free card

I'm wondering what wrong doing they are suggesting and does it mean they will go after other exchanges for "prior wrongdoing" One rule for them and another rule for the rest


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2017/03/23/sec-nominee-to-face-tough-questions-on-wall-street-connections/?utm_term=.bc1c78c561fb




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February 26, 2018, 11:26:19 PM
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It says cos they were first to ask nicely.

*edit* Also Polo with an exit ramp not via BTC would be awesome.


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They plan to become biggest in USA. And ofcourse they have great chances.  What worries me is that since there is mention a lot of assets and tokens. They might close Monero pairs. I dont want to call the devil, but was something that crossed my mind. Since for sure will be some changes.   If Monero pairs stays and they succeed at their plans then this is super bullish for Monero it is like Monero would be listed on Coinbase.

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February 27, 2018, 12:00:33 AM
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...They might close Monero pairs. I dont want to call the devil, but was something that crossed my mind....

IMO, this won't happen.  Having Monero on an exchange that the government can at least view *some* of the data(ingress) is better than having no data at all.

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