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November 20, 2017, 12:51:30 PM
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Monero mentioned on CNBC Africa as coin with biggest potential with emphasis on corporate use for transactional privacy:

https://youtu.be/eKjnOi9BUiY?t=2m59s
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November 20, 2017, 01:05:50 PM
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Funding required for Sarang and Surae Noether our two resident cryptographers. These guys are among our most important assets and will be vital in implementing Bulletproofs.

Please consider contributing as much as you can afford. Every little helps.

https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required

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November 20, 2017, 01:28:43 PM
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Help us in our campaign, my brothers.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984281.0

Monero has done it and showed every heathen and nonbeliever that a community run coin can still surpass the evil ICOs. Let's show them that it can be done again. But this time with AEON.

Then together, we can laugh at them! Muahahahahaaaa!

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November 20, 2017, 01:42:43 PM
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Was that you keeping keeping the price depressed the last few months? Oh wait, your a hacked account you can't answer for him.

In last couple months there was traded $5 Billions of Monero. You expect there is someone here who can  depress  Monero price? This is not 2014 anymore.  And I doubt Saudis or Rothschild's care for crypto much. 
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I really not understand yours jokes. What's the funny things here ?  Huh

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November 20, 2017, 01:48:07 PM
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BTC whales adopting Monero is really a double advantage blade, tag my phrases...


Not to pop your bubble, but i doubt there's any whale that would invest in Monero as long as its coin supply is infinite.
Yes i know you call it tail emission which doesn't make it any better. It's by far the worst property of any coin.
It assures people the value will decrease over time.

All the non-arguments about fees not being enough to keep the miners active are so tiresome, there's no evidence to support that claim and completely oversees the fact that it is self balancing system.

Sure some coins get lost here and there but to assume you can even get a rough estimate of how much this would be is delusional. Why would the coin supply need to stay level? What is wrong with remaining coins being more scarce and gaining value?

If somebody were to fork Monero with a hard cap, now THAT would be a serious competitor in the market.

This right now is nothing but a pump and dump. Infinite coins wheeeee, infinite coins for everybody (just because it's 'slow' doesn't matter, still infinite, making the real value exactly 0)

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November 20, 2017, 01:54:02 PM
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Trolls always welcome, they usually say nothing new, but often presage a hike in price.

Shorting Monero is a riky game, ask wankalone!

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Last edit: November 20, 2017, 02:17:57 PM by Bitcoinaire
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This is way off topic but I have bitcoin paper wallets that I want to split the bcash from and buy more monero. Whats the best way to go about doing this?


https://github.com/Bitcoin-ABC/bitcoin-abc and have fun downloading the full bitcoin blockchain, then just import your private keys.

You don't need to sync. Move Bitcoin to new addresses, then import old private keys in electrum cash wallet.

Just wanted to be clear; When I move my coins from a paper wallet, I should move it to a new paper wallet or an exchange like coinbase?
Then I import the old private keys to https://electroncash.org/?

Either choice will work.  New paper wallet is more secure.  Unless you plan to trade, I'd avoid an exchange.

Thanks


One year ago, XMR was $6.  A year before that, it was 40 cents. Today, XMR is $133.  One year from now, 1 XMR=$______

$1,000 by the end of 2018 looks to be a conservative expectation.
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November 20, 2017, 01:57:39 PM
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BTC whales adopting Monero is really a double advantage blade, tag my phrases...


Not to pop your bubble, but i doubt there's any whale that would invest in Monero as long as its coin supply is infinite.
Yes i know you call it tail emission which doesn't make it any better. It's by far the worst property of any coin.
It assures people the value will decrease over time.

All the non-arguments about fees not being enough to keep the miners active are so tiresome, there's no evidence to support that claim and completely oversees the fact that it is self balancing system.

Sure some coins get lost here and there but to assume you can even get a rough estimate of how much this would be is delusional. Why would the coin supply need to stay level? What is wrong with remaining coins being more scarce and gaining value?

If somebody were to fork Monero with a hard cap, now THAT would be a serious competitor in the market.

This right now is nothing but a pump and dump. Infinite coins wheeeee, infinite coins for everybody (just because it's 'slow' doesn't matter, still infinite, making the real value exactly 0)
Are you immortal? With only 157680 XMR a year with tail emission it would take 100 years for 15 million additional Moneros to be mined, I hardly call that infinite

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November 20, 2017, 02:03:08 PM
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What's with the names in here. I already saw a wankalone mentioned. Now I see a garytheasshole. What's next?

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November 20, 2017, 02:04:33 PM
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What's with the names in here. I already saw a wankalone mentioned. Now I see a garytheasshole. What's next?
I love Monero for the record.

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November 20, 2017, 02:12:50 PM
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What's with the names in here. I already saw a wankalone mentioned. Now I see a garytheasshole. What's next?
I love Monero for the record.

Then you would love Aeon too, I assure you. Join our campaign. Your virgin signature space needs loosening up.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984281.0

Monero and Aeon are practically brothers sired by none other than Smooth himself.

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November 20, 2017, 02:20:19 PM
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What's with the names in here. I already saw a wankalone mentioned. Now I see a garytheasshole. What's next?
I love Monero for the record.

Then you would love Aeon too, I assure you. Join our campaign. Your virgin signature space needs loosening up.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984281.0

Monero and Aeon are practically brothers sired by none other than Smooth himself.
I appreciate your enthusiasm, but there is so much love I can give, plus I like my current signature.

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November 20, 2017, 02:22:53 PM
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What's with the names in here. I already saw a wankalone mentioned. Now I see a garytheasshole. What's next?
I love Monero for the record.

Then you would love Aeon too, I assure you. Join our campaign. Your virgin signature space needs loosening up.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984281.0

Monero and Aeon are practically brothers sired by none other than Smooth himself.
I appreciate your enthusiasm, but there is so much love I can give, plus I like my current signature.

The personal text at least?

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November 20, 2017, 02:31:23 PM
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BTC whales adopting Monero is really a double advantage blade, tag my phrases...


Not to pop your bubble, but i doubt there's any whale that would invest in Monero as long as its coin supply is infinite.
Yes i know you call it tail emission which doesn't make it any better. It's by far the worst property of any coin.
It assures people the value will decrease over time.

All the non-arguments about fees not being enough to keep the miners active are so tiresome, there's no evidence to support that claim and completely oversees the fact that it is self balancing system.

Sure some coins get lost here and there but to assume you can even get a rough estimate of how much this would be is delusional. Why would the coin supply need to stay level? What is wrong with remaining coins being more scarce and gaining value?

If somebody were to fork Monero with a hard cap, now THAT would be a serious competitor in the market.

This right now is nothing but a pump and dump. Infinite coins wheeeee, infinite coins for everybody (just because it's 'slow' doesn't matter, still infinite, making the real value exactly 0)
Are you immortal? With only 157680 XMR a year with tail emission it would take 100 years for 15 million additional Moneros to be mined, I hardly call that infinite


Even at current,  which many fanatics consider to be low, value, that is 20 million usd which is assumed to get lost.

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November 20, 2017, 02:36:37 PM
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BTC whales adopting Monero is really a double advantage blade, tag my phrases...


Not to pop your bubble, but i doubt there's any whale that would invest in Monero as long as its coin supply is infinite.
Yes i know you call it tail emission which doesn't make it any better. It's by far the worst property of any coin.
It assures people the value will decrease over time.

All the non-arguments about fees not being enough to keep the miners active are so tiresome, there's no evidence to support that claim and completely oversees the fact that it is self balancing system.

Sure some coins get lost here and there but to assume you can even get a rough estimate of how much this would be is delusional. Why would the coin supply need to stay level? What is wrong with remaining coins being more scarce and gaining value?

If somebody were to fork Monero with a hard cap, now THAT would be a serious competitor in the market.

This right now is nothing but a pump and dump. Infinite coins wheeeee, infinite coins for everybody (just because it's 'slow' doesn't matter, still infinite, making the real value exactly 0)
Are you immortal? With only 157680 XMR a year with tail emission it would take 100 years for 15 million additional Moneros to be mined, I hardly call that infinite


Even at current,  which many fanatics consider to be low, value, that is 20 million usd which is assumed to get lost.
20 million is not even half of the daily trading volume. See how Monero fairs with Bitcoin's emission https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qXi7zUSIh7F6UuSuhOryyFbHEy_LJuym3I3neAga_2s/edit#gid=239466694 And come back.


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November 20, 2017, 02:42:04 PM
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we are so proud that our roboadvisor was right with its forecasts about monero: https://roboadvisorcoin.com/ethereum-and-monero-both-up-as-suggested-by-the-robot/

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November 20, 2017, 02:46:34 PM
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I would rather rely on a proven system that takes <1% annually than use "fingers crossed guys!"  Bitcoin folks have always been chimerical about the cap, but I always assumed Satoshi knew it was just a way to get the greedy into the door.

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November 20, 2017, 03:04:22 PM
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Satoshi had no idea what he was really doing as far as the cap is concerned.  He might just be picking numbers in his head and might have thought that a 21m cap might have been a good idea.  IMHO.

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November 20, 2017, 03:10:30 PM
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Satoshi had no idea what he was really doing as far as the cap is concerned.  He might just be picking numbers in his head and might have thought that a 21m cap might have been a good idea.  IMHO.

So there are 2.1 quadrillion currency units that will be produced in the bitcoin system. If you take the total value of all of the money on the planet thats about 60 trillion. If you divide 60 trillion by 2.1 quadrillion you get about 3 cents. So if bitcoin took the place of all money on the planet each currency unit would be worth about 3 cents. Which is a perfect amount of minimum resolution. So that's a pretty good guess where he came up with that figre. Next I'm thinking that he went back and put a decimal in there where he thought a bitcoin would end up being worth about a dollar after it gained a nice little niche community. So one is the wildly optimistic upper bound and the decimal is the realistic lower bound.

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