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  1. #31

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    My money is in Tulips
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmox View Post
    Our national currency has absolutely zero intrinsic value also. At least blockchain has a decentralized transparent ledger and canít be manipulated by the powers that be.
    I believe that like I believe it has value. Why is the founder anonymous and who is it that's turning the financial records over to the irs? Sounds very transparent!
    Just because crypto holders repeat over and over what they heard repeated over and over doesn't make it true. It's all controlled and as centralized as anything else or it wouldn't exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keppy View Post
    I guess i am just to old .. I WILL stick with , Gold & , Silver..
    Keppy your never to old to make money bro....I'm 60 btw
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    Coinbase being taken to court by the IRS to turn over transaction records has nothing to do with a centralization or the transparency of the ledger. You can put money on the fact the government is scared to death about losing control of their money supply. As evidenced by the changes to tax law. Whether or not you assign value to the digital currency market is totally irrelevant as blockchain is here. And isnít going anywhere. An immutable ledger is a fact and by nature of its existence eliminates the possibility of transactional fraud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmox View Post
    Coinbase being taken to court by the IRS to turn over transaction records has nothing to do with a centralization or the transparency of the ledger. You can put money on the fact the government is scared to death about losing control of their money supply. As evidenced by the changes to tax law. Whether or not you assign value to the digital currency market is totally irrelevant as blockchain is here. And isn’t going anywhere. An immutable ledger is a fact and by nature of its existence eliminates the possibility of transactional fraud.
    IRS lost that court case....They were only allowed access to a very few records...they wanted 100 percent access to all records but only got less than 1 percent.
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    I believe it panned out to being any account with over $20k or 200 individual transactions. Itís a shame regardless but not a huge surprise. This wonít be the last stunt like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etex View Post
    My money is in Tulips
    Whose?



    I think I have some bitcoins in an old computer from years ago.

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    $20k dollars in transactions or more than 200 individual transactions
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    Whose?



    I think I have some bitcoins in an old computer from years ago.
    Time to go fire up that computer!
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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    Ever notice that whoever has a stiffy for bitcoin, or any other crypto currency, that they won’t shut up about it?
    Take my 22 yr old kid.... it’s all he talks about, and wants me to invest...
    Always bragging about how he is rolling in it, and I need to get on board.
    His mother told me that he is riding his bike back and forth to work, “cuz his car broke down, and wants to get healthier by biking”
    I called BS, he can’t afford to get it fixed, and doesn’t have the guts to ask me to help him out.

    I’ll help him out, I’ll tell him to smarten up.
    I invite you to visit my profile, look what I've found!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    Whose?



    I think I have some bitcoins in an old computer from years ago.
    No, Sheldon moved those onto your batman keychain usb
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    I have serious doubts it will ever supplant gold. Humans have hoarded gold since time immemorial. We are drawn to the shine. Itís coded into our DNA. But peopleís willingness to dismiss it because they donít understand the premise behind it is pure folly. Itís the future because it addresses some of the issues inherent in our current and historical monetary systems. The underlying structure, the blockchain, has application across industries and that is where the real value lies.
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    Can you dig it.

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    Alt coins are where the money is being made right now. Buy them cheap on kucoin or crytopia and wait fir them to get dropped on binance or bittrex. Also pump and dump groups are good if you have fast fingers. 2-3 pumps a week with a chance to make 100%-200% roi.

    Trx was a major let down but could still bounce back. Xlm is good. Cnd did very well today. Xrp is ok but you arent buying coins. Only tokens.
    Fyi do your trading with eth for cheaper fees or bnb on binance for 50% cheaper fees. Day trading using btc will kill your money fast. If you guys wanna cash out, coinbase is still working but obviously is not the best idea because its all recorded. Another option is to get one of the new btc debit cards and use a fake mame. Then head to a btc atm or i think even a regular atm and take out your daily limit.

    If anyone wants to join the discord pump and dump group heres my affiliate link. Lots of good crypto advice as well in the chat.

    Https://discord.gg/3fXde5

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    Yep that's the way to do it. Play the system for yourself and learn the strategies but get your principle back out asap and put that into silver, and make regular withdraws so it's a lesser risk, that's my opinion but I'm a nobody.
    The pump and dump is the way to go with this and it's too early to count on it being any kind of long term storage but I could be wrong. We will know in a few thousand years.
    I just say silver cuz its cheap but do something with the winnings. Don't get greedy!
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  15. #45

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    Quote Originally Posted by SultansOfSwing View Post
    Alt coins are where the money is being made right now. Buy them cheap on kucoin or crytopia and wait fir them to get dropped on binance or bittrex. Also pump and dump groups are good if you have fast fingers. 2-3 pumps a week with a chance to make 100%-200% roi.

    Trx was a major let down but could still bounce back. Xlm is good. Cnd did very well today. Xrp is ok but you arent buying coins. Only tokens.
    Fyi do your trading with eth for cheaper fees or bnb on binance for 50% cheaper fees. Day trading using btc will kill your money fast. If you guys wanna cash out, coinbase is still working but obviously is not the best idea because its all recorded. Another option is to get one of the new btc debit cards and use a fake mame. Then head to a btc atm or i think even a regular atm and take out your daily limit.

    If anyone wants to join the discord pump and dump group heres my affiliate link. Lots of good crypto advice as well in the chat.

    Https://discord.gg/3fXde5
    There are also a few places you can buy gold with BTC. Thatís my exit strategy. Just to bring this whole conversation full circle. And gold is beautifully easy to unload.
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