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January 24, 2013, 12:57:39 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

Bro, do you even blockchain?
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January 24, 2013, 01:05:24 AM
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Really, this isn't good.  The coming crash is going to be really bad.  But, I guess that's how this thing is gonna go for a looooong time.  2 steps forward, 1.9 steps back.

as the years go by.... Roll Eyes

In all seriousness, we're bubbling up again.  And the result is going to be another crash that puts bitcoin back some years...again.  There's nothing that can be done about it, I'm just pointing out the obvious.

Yeah...like nobody here knows about the obvious.  But despite the obvious, the price for 1 oz of gold has never fallen to that of 1 oz of copper, there's a lower limit and you have tried to set it,  what people are disputing is that your target is wrong, not the obvious fact that the price is always gonna fall sometimes.

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January 24, 2013, 01:06:01 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

The disruptive way?

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January 24, 2013, 01:08:27 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

The disruptive way?

Yeah I'm quite sure they have every idea this is what they created in that respect. A shit ton of research, thought, time and effort went into this original code. So much so that I'm beginning to doubt it was even possible for one person to do it alone.

Bro, do you even blockchain?
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January 24, 2013, 01:11:02 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

The disruptive way?

Yeah I'm quite sure they have every idea this is what they created in that respect. A shit ton of research, thought, time and effort went into this original code. So much so that I'm beginning to doubt it was even possible for one person to do it alone.

Yeah, but like all great inventions, it may end up being used in places and by people least expected.

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January 24, 2013, 01:13:06 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

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in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.
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January 24, 2013, 01:18:05 AM
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Really, this isn't good.  The coming crash is going to be really bad.  But, I guess that's how this thing is gonna go for a looooong time.  2 steps forward, 1.9 steps back.

as the years go by.... Roll Eyes

In all seriousness, we're bubbling up again.  And the result is going to be another crash that puts bitcoin back some years...again.  There's nothing that can be done about it, I'm just pointing out the obvious.

read your quote from this post of mine.  this is back when the price was $2.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68655.msg1468402#msg1468402

when's it gonna be low enough for you?  seriously.
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January 24, 2013, 01:18:35 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.
Hey hey hey,

Stop stereotyping!

I understand. Well at least I think I do. Future implications far out, hard to comprehend but over the course of a few years...not so hard.  Grin Grin Grin

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January 24, 2013, 01:22:40 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.
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January 24, 2013, 01:27:04 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.

yes, i am being a bit inconsistent when i generalize to "geeks".  i don't literally mean all geeks in deference to guys like smoothie.  he gets it.  and i do think Satoshi clearly knew what he was creating.

what i mean is that plenty of ppl describe Bitcoin as for "geeks" only.  this clearly is not the case as not all geeks understand what's been created even though they can read code and understand a bit about economics.
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January 24, 2013, 01:29:14 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.

yes, i am being a bit inconsistent when i generalize to "geeks".  i don't literally mean all geeks in deference to guys like smoothie.  he gets it.  and i do think Satoshi clearly knew what he was creating.

what i mean is that plenty of ppl describe Bitcoin as for "geeks" only.  this clearly is not the case as not all geeks understand what's been created even though they can read code and understand a bit about economics.

This I can agree with. Tongue

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January 24, 2013, 01:30:29 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.

yes, i am being a bit inconsistent when i generalize to "geeks".  i don't literally mean all geeks in deference to guys like smoothie.  he gets it.  and i do think Satoshi clearly knew what he was creating.

what i mean is that plenty of ppl describe Bitcoin as for "geeks" only.  this clearly is not the case as not all geeks understand what's been created even though they can read code and understand a bit about economics.

So you're saying it's a steal at $17.90 per coin? Grin
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January 24, 2013, 01:35:02 AM
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It seems to me that you have to be really geeky if you put your hard-earned fiats into a monetary experiment just for the "geek factor" of it.

I recently read the history of U.S declaration of independence and am wondering what variety of motives would later historians attribute to the early adopters, like what historians today are doing to the founding fathers.

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January 24, 2013, 01:36:18 AM
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This rally gives me insomnia  Tongue

< 10k to $19.00
< 20k to $20.00

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January 24, 2013, 01:36:59 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.

yes, i am being a bit inconsistent when i generalize to "geeks".  i don't literally mean all geeks in deference to guys like smoothie.  he gets it.  and i do think Satoshi clearly knew what he was creating.

what i mean is that plenty of ppl describe Bitcoin as for "geeks" only.  this clearly is not the case as not all geeks understand what's been created even though they can read code and understand a bit about economics.

So you're saying it's a steal at $17.90 per coin? Grin

Well if $18 falls....

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January 24, 2013, 01:43:21 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.

yes, i am being a bit inconsistent when i generalize to "geeks".  i don't literally mean all geeks in deference to guys like smoothie.  he gets it.  and i do think Satoshi clearly knew what he was creating.

what i mean is that plenty of ppl describe Bitcoin as for "geeks" only.  this clearly is not the case as not all geeks understand what's been created even though they can read code and understand a bit about economics.

So you're saying it's a steal at $17.90 per coin? Grin

with all due respect, that kinda specificity i have to reserve for the letter.
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January 24, 2013, 01:55:05 AM
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bulls buy already to the freaking 20 usd to see what's happening

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January 24, 2013, 01:58:44 AM
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"the geeks have no idea what they invented".

In which way?

in the sense that geeks can read the code, understand that there is something there, but fail to comprehend the economic implications of what has been created.

Nah, I think Satoshi knew exactly what he was creating.  You don't just come up with a new form of currency unless you are really into monetary theory.

yes, i am being a bit inconsistent when i generalize to "geeks".  i don't literally mean all geeks in deference to guys like smoothie.  he gets it.  and i do think Satoshi clearly knew what he was creating.

what i mean is that plenty of ppl describe Bitcoin as for "geeks" only.  this clearly is not the case as not all geeks understand what's been created even though they can read code and understand a bit about economics.

Bitcoin is the philosophers stone?
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January 24, 2013, 01:59:46 AM
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Each time these 500+ BTC buys get done, I cant help myself but make cookie-monster sounds  Smiley

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