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April 19, 2016, 05:36:26 PM
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I think ETH has potential (this is not investment advice) however I like mining, so I have helped lots of people with their mining rigs and setup, but I am not saying to invest in ETH, and if you don't already have a rig then it's risky to start building one right now as ROI may not happen for a long time.

You like mining? Why do you support ION then? It clearly stated in the two paid press releases that the ION team thinks POW is dead.

Yes I like mining. I enjoy building the rigs and then trying to get them to work. I'm running eight rigs at home right now. I switched to X11 for a little while but I find the ETH returns more reliable and less demanding on the hardware.
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April 19, 2016, 05:39:11 PM
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I think ETH has potential (this is not investment advice) however I like mining, so I have helped lots of people with their mining rigs and setup, but I am not saying to invest in ETH, and if you don't already have a rig then it's risky to start building one right now as ROI may not happen for a long time.

You like mining? Why do you support ION then? It clearly stated in the two paid press releases that the ION team thinks POW is dead.

Yes I like mining. I enjoy building the rigs and then trying to get them to work. I'm running eight rigs at home right now. I switched to X11 for a little while but I find the ETH returns more reliable and less demanding on the hardware.

How do you feel about ION stating that POw mining is dead?

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April 19, 2016, 05:42:43 PM
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Yes I like mining. I enjoy building the rigs and then trying to get them to work. I'm running eight rigs at home right now. I switched to X11 for a little while but I find the ETH returns more reliable and less demanding on the hardware.

How do you feel about ION stating that POw mining is dead?

I have been mining ETH for months and it is still working fine for me now.

Naturally the returns are becoming less as the difficulty increases, but it is still profitable and I hope it remains so for many more months to come.
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April 19, 2016, 05:43:40 PM
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Yes I like mining. I enjoy building the rigs and then trying to get them to work. I'm running eight rigs at home right now. I switched to X11 for a little while but I find the ETH returns more reliable and less demanding on the hardware.

How do you feel about ION stating that POw mining is dead?

I have been mining ETH for months and it is still working fine for me now.

Naturally the returns are becoming less as the difficulty increases, but it is still profitable and I hope for many more months to come.

That's great.

How do you feel about ION stating that POW mining is dead.

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April 19, 2016, 05:51:10 PM
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Yes I like mining. I enjoy building the rigs and then trying to get them to work. I'm running eight rigs at home right now. I switched to X11 for a little while but I find the ETH returns more reliable and less demanding on the hardware.

How do you feel about ION stating that POw mining is dead?

I have been mining ETH for months and it is still working fine for me now.

Naturally the returns are becoming less as the difficulty increases, but it is still profitable and I hope for many more months to come.

That's great.

How do you feel about ION stating that POW mining is dead.

You will know from my involvement with BlackCoin that I am a supporter of POS. POW used as an initial distribution method (as with ETH) is effective however, for long term support and operations of the network/blockchain a switch to POS completely makes sense in order to avoid the inevitable "hardware" arms race. It would not surprise me if BTC switched to some form of POS technology at sometime in the (distant) future.
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April 19, 2016, 10:29:30 PM
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It would not surprise me if BTC switched to some form of POS technology at sometime in the (distant) future.

as long as  a handful miningpools decide the future of bitcoin by voting with mined block flags
u will see no change in bitcoin that weakens the power of mining pools and mining hardware producers


 
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April 19, 2016, 10:32:48 PM
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You've sold all your XPY Mr Coins?! But you owe me two from our bet!! Wink

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You've sold all your XPY Mr Coins?! But you owe me two from our bet!! Wink

Hey Vizique! Nice to see you! Sorry about the new handle - I wanted to make sure I was recognised.

BTC looking REAL good right now and I challenge those who expect a crash to justify their analysis Smiley

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April 19, 2016, 11:27:44 PM
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It would not surprise me if BTC switched to some form of POS technology at sometime in the (distant) future.

as long as  a handful miningpools decide the future of bitcoin by voting with mined block flags
u will see no change in bitcoin that weakens the power of mining pools and mining hardware producers


BTC is the backbone of it all. Thinking some years ahead - it will survive. If it was eventually a POS type mechanism, it would not surprise me. It would put the network back in the hands of the everyday user and remove mining farms from their control. rat4 got it right years ago Smiley
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April 19, 2016, 11:28:10 PM
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XPY current value = $ 0.008637

I think he can afford 2 coins to cover the bet...

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April 20, 2016, 12:05:09 AM
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did you or did you not lie about SEC approval?

Your post above seemed to imply that you didn't lie but retweeted "same stuff as everyone else". Can you show us the origin of that "SEC approval" tweet? News article? Something?

Are you implying that people believe the very first mention of SEC approval was from one of my tweets? If so, which one? I will try to locate the source of information. But one thing I can guarantee is that I didn't just "make it up". I read it from somewhere public whether it be from a forum or tweet.

In any case, what would I know about SEC approval? I was never a primary source for "news", I didn't work for GAW and never claimed that I did.

Why don't you just answer the question. If you didn't make it up then it should be very easy to show the source.

https://twitter.com/CryptoDabbler/status/581066951583248384



The link to the information source is in the tweet. I did not state any facts, it's a tweet posed as a question (as is common with any headline/title) with a link to the source article. The reader is meant to click on the link and read it and make up their own mind.

Is that why you spent time attaching an image of APPROVED?

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April 20, 2016, 01:36:53 AM
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My goodness! That was fun. Next thing you know Buck Rogers will chime in.   Grin

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My goodness! That was fun. Next thing you know Buck Rogers will chime in.   Grin

You're aiming too low... we need the Garza brothers to come here to tell us all about them SEC fudders.
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April 20, 2016, 07:04:12 AM
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Thanks guys for a reasonable discussion. I will check back occasionally, I am always open for reasonable discussion although I try not get drawn in to anything that might be considered "investment advice". Have a great day! Smiley
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Thanks guys for a reasonable discussion. I will check back occasionally, I am always open for reasonable discussion although I try not get drawn in to anything that might be considered "investment advice". Have a great day! Smiley

Sorry we fudded and you got your calf

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Thanks guys for a reasonable discussion. I will check back occasionally, I am always open for reasonable discussion although I try not get drawn in to anything that might be considered "investment advice". Have a great day! Smiley

Sorry we fudded and you got your calf

There's no need for any apologies at all. The whole thing was tragic for so many people.

There is a man out there walking freely that still has mine/yours/everyones BTC.

I hope one day we are writing (and reading) about justice being done.
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MRCoins.

Ion is a scam.

I don't understand how you can't see that.

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April 20, 2016, 09:02:54 AM
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Thanks guys for a reasonable discussion. I will check back occasionally, I am always open for reasonable discussion although I try not get drawn in to anything that might be considered "investment advice". Have a great day! Smiley

Sorry we fudded and you got your calf

There's no need for any apologies at all. The whole thing was tragic for so many people.

There is a man out there walking freely that still has mine/yours/everyones BTC.

I hope one day we are writing (and reading) about justice being done.

And you are a primary reason so many were Garzaed. Go fuck yourself you sanctimonious prick!

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April 20, 2016, 09:05:32 AM
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MRCoins.

Ion is a scam.

I don't understand how you can't see that.


I have not tweeted my opinion on any coins other than ETH / BTC.

If you find otherwise, please post the link so I can review and clear up any misunderstanding.
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LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

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