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September 18, 2014, 02:00:07 PM
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This bear market is cleaning up the excess greed that was prevalent earlier this year. That is what bear markets are for, to slap some sense back into people.

It would be nice if it would be true. However, I believe that once this bear market will be over, the bulltards will post 'to da moon' at each small price increase.

Sometimes, if it looks too bullish, it's actually bearish
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September 18, 2014, 02:08:25 PM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

In your dreams? Where from you are taking these imaginary intentions? No, bitcoin was not created in a hippy movement to make the world fair or change humans for better. It was just created to make truly digital financial relations possible. Human greed, selfishness, and overall stupidity are here with us to stay, bitcoin or not. Take any three people put them on an island, in a year one is rich and two are serving him. That's life.

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September 18, 2014, 03:57:53 PM
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No. You don't.
Deserve? LOL.

What we deserve isn't relevant. This is mathematics playing itself out, child.

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September 18, 2014, 04:20:14 PM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

In your dreams? Where from you are taking these imaginary intentions? No, bitcoin was not created in a hippy movement to make the world fair or change humans for better. It was just created to make truly digital financial relations possible. Human greed, selfishness, and overall stupidity are here with us to stay, bitcoin or not. Take any three people put them on an island, in a year one is rich and two are serving him. That's life.

Lol. Idiot.

You didn't have to stress it, that much I figured from your initial post.

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September 18, 2014, 04:58:40 PM
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Yes. And I will get it!
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September 18, 2014, 08:16:35 PM
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In your dreams? Where from you are taking these imaginary intentions? No, bitcoin was not created in a hippy movement to make the world fair or change humans for better. It was just created to make truly digital financial relations possible. Human greed, selfishness, and overall stupidity are here with us to stay, bitcoin or not. Take any three people put them on an island, in a year one is rich and two are serving him. That's life.


Nicely said sir.

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September 19, 2014, 03:45:30 AM
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AnonymousEconomist you are?
An economist that expects people not to be selfish and greedy is like geographer that believes in flat Earth.

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September 19, 2014, 03:58:39 AM
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A lucky few already got their 3200 Euro bitcoins on BTC-e recently Wink

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September 19, 2014, 04:10:45 AM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

In your dreams? Where from you are taking these imaginary intentions? No, bitcoin was not created in a hippy movement to make the world fair or change humans for better. It was just created to make truly digital financial relations possible. Human greed, selfishness, and overall stupidity are here with us to stay, bitcoin or not. Take any three people put them on an island, in a year one is rich and two are serving him. That's life.
I partly agree with both assertions. Bitcoin can teach people that being fair is a better way to prosper than politicking and aggregating weapons of violence. After all, you can't destroy math. The island of three hypothesis is baseless. Social animals have shown that selflessness is universal. Capitalism is not used by animals and is not necessary for humans. Bitcoin strikes the balance that allows the usefulness of capitalism without rewarding greed and aggregation of power.

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September 19, 2014, 05:09:07 AM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

In your dreams? Where from you are taking these imaginary intentions? No, bitcoin was not created in a hippy movement to make the world fair or change humans for better. It was just created to make truly digital financial relations possible. Human greed, selfishness, and overall stupidity are here with us to stay, bitcoin or not. Take any three people put them on an island, in a year one is rich and two are serving him. That's life.
I partly agree with both assertions. Bitcoin can teach people that being fair is a better way to prosper than politicking and aggregating weapons of violence. After all, you can't destroy math. The island of three hypothesis is baseless. Social animals have shown that selflessness is universal. Capitalism is not used by animals and is not necessary for humans. Bitcoin strikes the balance that allows the usefulness of capitalism without rewarding greed and aggregation of power.

Capitalism is not used by animals of course, they don't know trade. But hierarchy of power usually is, and that's what 1% is about. Every society has it's 1% of those, who figured out the rules of the game better. In capitalist society, it's those who aggregate most wealth. In communist society, it's those who got closest to the leader. In a monkey society, it's the alpha male who fucks all females and weaker males just for a change Wink There are exceptions of course, usually caused by a harsh living conditions, when you either unite or die, but bitcoin sure is not such an apocalypse for humanity.

I do like the idea of a perfect society but I don't think that having a fair way to pay and store wealth will change this basic fact of nature, that every life form's basic instinct is to dominate other life forms. Bitcoin will most probably change our society for better - but people who seek power will have power no matter what. There will be politicians and violent wars funded by zombied TV watchers, these are not going to change.

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September 19, 2014, 05:23:57 AM
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No. You don't.
Deserve? LOL.

What we deserve isn't relevant. This is mathematics playing itself out, child.

Mathematics has nothing to do with the price of bitcoin, idiotard.


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September 19, 2014, 06:31:44 AM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

'Satoshi Nakamoto' has been silent for years on the topic.  Chances are he / she / they are a bit disgusted with what has happened to bitcoin during that time.  If, as alleged, bitcoin was created to fight the 1%, it has just been replaced with a new 1%.  Most bitcoins are concentrated in very few hands.  They got those bitcoins when a CPU could make a few per week and the cost was cents per bitcoin.  Now the new 1% look upon the rest of the population who must spend $1k on a miner that will over its entire lifetime produce maybe 0.5 bitcoins.

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September 19, 2014, 06:37:55 AM
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This is speculation forum. There are other sub-forums which are not filled by greed etc.



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September 19, 2014, 07:56:33 AM
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A lucky few already got their 3200 Euro bitcoins on BTC-e recently Wink

Some might even have opened their short order on 3200 EUR Cheesy

Bitcoin is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get !!
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September 19, 2014, 07:59:18 AM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

In your dreams? Where from you are taking these imaginary intentions? No, bitcoin was not created in a hippy movement to make the world fair or change humans for better. It was just created to make truly digital financial relations possible. Human greed, selfishness, and overall stupidity are here with us to stay, bitcoin or not. Take any three people put them on an island, in a year one is rich and two are serving him. That's life.
I partly agree with both assertions. Bitcoin can teach people that being fair is a better way to prosper than politicking and aggregating weapons of violence. After all, you can't destroy math. The island of three hypothesis is baseless. Social animals have shown that selflessness is universal. Capitalism is not used by animals and is not necessary for humans. Bitcoin strikes the balance that allows the usefulness of capitalism without rewarding greed and aggregation of power.

Capitalism is not used by animals of course, they don't know trade. But hierarchy of power usually is, and that's what 1% is about. Every society has it's 1% of those, who figured out the rules of the game better. In capitalist society, it's those who aggregate most wealth. In communist society, it's those who got closest to the leader. In a monkey society, it's the alpha male who fucks all females and weaker males just for a change Wink There are exceptions of course, usually caused by a harsh living conditions, when you either unite or die, but bitcoin sure is not such an apocalypse for humanity.

I do like the idea of a perfect society but I don't think that having a fair way to pay and store wealth will change this basic fact of nature, that every life form's basic instinct is to dominate other life forms. Bitcoin will most probably change our society for better - but people who seek power will have power no matter what. There will be politicians and violent wars funded by zombied TV watchers, these are not going to change.
Well then bitcoin and open transactions will allow you to act as naturally as you want.

Any significantly advanced cryptocurrency is indistinguishable from Ponzi Tulips.
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September 19, 2014, 08:36:24 PM
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Bitcoin was created to fight this mentality of the top 1%.

'Satoshi Nakamoto' has been silent for years on the topic.  Chances are he / she / they are a bit disgusted with what has happened to bitcoin during that time.  If, as alleged, bitcoin was created to fight the 1%, it has just been replaced with a new 1%.  Most bitcoins are concentrated in very few hands.  They got those bitcoins when a CPU could make a few per week and the cost was cents per bitcoin.  Now the new 1% look upon the rest of the population who must spend $1k on a miner that will over its entire lifetime produce maybe 0.5 bitcoins.
Satoshi is not an idiot. There will always be a 1%. Bitcoin is designed to be a store of value, currency, and means of transfer. Not to fight human nature.

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