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April 15, 2016, 07:05:19 AM
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April 15, 2016, 10:57:24 AM
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German Crypto Bullion thread started!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1437480.new#new

Welcome to taurados to the CBX Regional Representation team!



Very nice! Welcome, taurados.

Greetings to all other Regioanl Representional
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April 15, 2016, 01:37:37 PM
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Well looks like Apple lost , FBI KEPT ASKING THEM FOR HELP WITH THE IPHONES  , Apple declined to help

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April 15, 2016, 01:39:03 PM
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German Crypto Bullion thread started!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1437480.new#new

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April 16, 2016, 03:16:11 PM
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Hello to my Crypto Bullion family!

Apologies upfront for my recent absence from the Bitcointalk thread. It is nice to see you all here Smiley

I hope all are paying close attention to the world around you as dramatic changes are occurring and all signs indicate this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Of note and significant relevance to us are the happenings in the world of finance. The US dollar is facing noteworthy challenges to compromise its position as the agreed world reserve currency. As someone who has done extensive study into the US financial system and the FED, I can say that a deep understanding of the beginnings and workings of this system does not leave one with a feeling of long-term security and stability. The system is unsustainable in my opinion and cracks in its iron are not only showing, but growing. It doesn't take much research to see a major economic shakeup is rapidly approaching.

I beg you all for the sake of your children, families and futures to take a good look around at what is happening and then come up with a financial plan to cover your ass as best you can. Diversification is my suggestion as the hope that all doesn't fail is really all we can hold onto. Cash, precious metals, land, etc. DO NOT FORGET CRYPTOS. Yes, I think diversifying into crypto-currencies will prove to be critical as it is my opinion this may be the only safe-haven in this crisis. I of course am partial and have my full faith in Crypto Bullion so thats where my research leads me, but each individual should do their own research when it comes to investments and come to their own decisions. But again, please look around and do your own research.

Here is a recent video from Ron Paul talking about the issues that are rearing their heads in the US and they all come down to finance. Take a listen - it is scary stuff but this knowledge is important. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5l6t6pp1c4
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April 16, 2016, 10:00:18 PM
Last edit: April 16, 2016, 11:31:58 PM by lab rat hoax
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thank you elambert
i believe CBX will eventually be seen as a safe refuse for the storage of wealth......
while he does not directly refer to CBX  (  "new money " )......are you familiar with this guy's work?
it might be a little "out there"  give it time....interesting stuff


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyvmzRqGsn8


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FI01zevYxM

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April 17, 2016, 01:02:34 AM
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Hello to my Crypto Bullion family!

Apologies upfront for my recent absence from the Bitcointalk thread. It is nice to see you all here Smiley

I hope all are paying close attention to the world around you as dramatic changes are occurring and all signs indicate this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Of note and significant relevance to us are the happenings in the world of finance. The US dollar is facing noteworthy challenges to compromise its position as the agreed world reserve currency. As someone who has done extensive study into the US financial system and the FED, I can say that a deep understanding of the beginnings and workings of this system does not leave one with a feeling of long-term security and stability. The system is unsustainable in my opinion and cracks in its iron are not only showing, but growing. It doesn't take much research to see a major economic shakeup is rapidly approaching.

I beg you all for the sake of your children, families and futures to take a good look around at what is happening and then come up with a financial plan to cover your ass as best you can. Diversification is my suggestion as the hope that all doesn't fail is really all we can hold onto. Cash, precious metals, land, etc. DO NOT FORGET CRYPTOS. Yes, I think diversifying into crypto-currencies will prove to be critical as it is my opinion this may be the only safe-haven in this crisis. I of course am partial and have my full faith in Crypto Bullion so thats where my research leads me, but each individual should do their own research when it comes to investments and come to their own decisions. But again, please look around and do your own research.

Here is a recent video from Ron Paul talking about the issues that are rearing their heads in the US and they all come down to finance. Take a listen - it is scary stuff but this knowledge is important. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5l6t6pp1c4

So good to see you back, Elambert! And yes: your opinion on the seriousness of the situation is in absolutely no way an exaggeration.

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April 18, 2016, 06:19:01 AM
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Still in contact with the Australian Bitcoin Giftcards guy. Not at all sure that he’d accept CBX (I suggested a P2P model that would result in no loss in reselling any CBX he takes) but it’s experience in trying to figure out how to drive CBX’s merchant volume.

Meanwhile, I’ll look for any other outfit in Oz that might fit the bill. Sadly, I note that the information on the Net about such stuff is out of date (and the coinmap site of businesses in Oz that accept cryptos is way way inaccurate).

And gotta sign up at Cryptomic.
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April 18, 2016, 07:13:11 AM
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Still in contact with the Australian Bitcoin Giftcards guy. Not at all sure that he’d accept CBX (I suggested a P2P model that would result in no loss in reselling any CBX he takes) but it’s experience in trying to figure out how to drive CBX’s merchant volume.

Meanwhile, I’ll look for any other outfit in Oz that might fit the bill. Sadly, I note that the information on the Net about such stuff is out of date (and the coinmap site of businesses in Oz that accept cryptos is way way inaccurate).

And gotta sign up at Cryptomic.


Excellent approach IMZ, it is by trying and trying that we will discover creative ideas to implement CBX in commerce! I did not realise that "Oz" was a nickname for Australia...

I was wondering when would the Emus stop by the German thread... because I had not seen them there yet and I know the love of these Crypto Emus for new CBX threads!!!  Grin

Cryptomic is now taken under consideration by CoinMarketCap...

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Still in contact with the Australian Bitcoin Giftcards guy. Not at all sure that he’d accept CBX (I suggested a P2P model that would result in no loss in reselling any CBX he takes) but it’s experience in trying to figure out how to drive CBX’s merchant volume.

Meanwhile, I’ll look for any other outfit in Oz that might fit the bill. Sadly, I note that the information on the Net about such stuff is out of date (and the coinmap site of businesses in Oz that accept cryptos is way way inaccurate).

And gotta sign up at Cryptomic.


Excellent approach IMZ, it is by trying and trying that we will discover creative ideas to implement CBX in commerce! I did not realise that "Oz" was a nickname for Australia...

I was wondering when would the Emus stop by the German thread... because I had not seen them there yet and I know the love of these Crypto Emus for new CBX threads!!!  Grin

Cryptomic is now taken under consideration by CoinMarketCap...


Good new for all of us here in cbx family dev continues work for this coin is very impressive we can see now the bright future for this coin, we are almost there guys so just stay and hold good luck dev and thank you for keeping us updated.

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April 18, 2016, 08:17:51 AM
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'I did not realise that "Oz" was a nickname for Australia...'

Wa ha ha, Shintosai. I was wondering about that as I typed. Only Australians, perhaps only my generation, use the term.

Today's random factoid, which came up while talking about cryptos/the price of Net data:

there are thirteen times as many people per square mile in Texas as there are in Western Australia. To the south of my keyboard, it's 75 kilometres to the next house, and I run my Net off an antenna at the end of 10 meters of cable runnin' out the living room window.

If anyone ever comes to Perth, come down and visit!

Mark, Lake Muir, Western Australia

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April 19, 2016, 07:08:56 AM
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In dawn mist, a male emu ('Eric') and his chicks. Taken from the seat in the garden:



If you've ever gotta mess with an emu, pray it's not Eric. I seriously think he could punch a hole in a 44-gallon drum with his central talon.
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April 20, 2016, 12:57:32 AM
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Another big chunk removed from the Wall!!!

Was this the last of the .0006 BTC wall?

Typically we will find out if the dysfunctional seller is done with his selling within 24 hours, so Wall Buster Incentive program remains in force until we know for sure.

Time is running out guys to secure an inexpensive, large, long term CBX participation which will help earning high percentage daily or hourly PoSP staking gains for years to come (with the low inflation of CBX)!  Purchases above or under .0006 BTC are accepted for the 20% bonus until the WBIP ends, as long as purchased CBX are withdrawn to personal home Vaults.
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April 20, 2016, 01:44:42 AM
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Morning, V.S. I've deleted my (inaccurate) post.

So . . . will Wall Guy return? WTS.

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April 20, 2016, 05:39:07 AM
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https://bitsquare.io/

https://bitsquare.io/blog/category/video/

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April 20, 2016, 07:03:31 AM
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Korean thread started!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1443815.new#new

One more language for our polyglot rep recitestores who already helps with Indonesian!


PS. Emus Number One, Eric and chicks are welcome to drop in and say hello!



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April 20, 2016, 08:14:44 AM
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New wall up on Cryptopia. About 4,400. (Yeh, but the price is still up!)

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April 20, 2016, 01:26:02 PM
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Great job with breaking through the .0006 resistance guys! That is quite a bit of CBX that has moved from the hands of one individual to many individuals. This re-distribution is a very good thing. Congrats to all who took advantage of this price with the incentive. As we can see, there is a new resistance at .0007 so those who bought at .0006 are already realizing an almost 17% increase in value of their purchased CBX (and this does not factor in the incentive bonus).

Also, news on the PI Project will be coming shortly Smiley
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@IMZ bitsquare looks really interesting, would be a real win for CBX if it got accepted into its beta Smiley

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In my earlier post I alluded to concerns with our current financial system. Here is a very brief video for those interested to explain how the US Federal Reserve system of banking and money creation works. Feel free to dig deeper and do additional research but this explains it at a high level and sufficiently highlights the cause for concern that I tried to express previously.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ocz32wymwDg
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