Jojo the circus boy

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  1. Listen to the talk I posted: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzwWIDIVSTo&n=1 Andreas Antonopoulos gets paid in Bitcoin and uses it everyday to book hotels, purchase flights etc... For those comparing MtG to Fischer Price toys, you obviously have never played the game. It is much closer to chess then it is to playing with plastic bicycles that is why Spock's comparison was laughable at best. Currently working on a $7MM cryptocurrency trading platform on this dead technology. This thread has turned into a haven for those that fear the unknown or are jealous of not getting rich quick by investing early. I can't help you, no matter what I post I am not going to change your opinion, you will continue to hope for it to fail and the circle jerk will keep stroking each other's ego. Mt.Gox <> Bitcoin. But keep on believing
  2. Just learned today that is where they got their name, that's great! Haven't been around, have some health issues to deal with. A real good listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzwWIDIVSTo&n=1 another good one on Open Transactions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teNzIFu5L70&feature=youtu.be&t=7m58s Hope you are feeling better. Thanks. BP was 189/118, figured it would be best to avoid this place, looks like I was right. This community has gone down the crapper. So you're saying that you really took all the bad BitCoin news really, really hard? No it was my diet. What is the point of coming here, making a post and getting 7 out of 8 replies that are jabs/insults/shtick? It's like hanging out with a bunch of unmoderated angry teenagers, I have better things to do.
  3. Just learned today that is where they got their name, that's great! Haven't been around, have some health issues to deal with. A real good listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzwWIDIVSTo&n=1 another good one on Open Transactions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teNzIFu5L70&feature=youtu.be&t=7m58s Hope you are feeling better. Thanks. BP was 189/118, figured it would be best to avoid this place, looks like I was right. This community has gone down the crapper.
  4. Just learned today that is where they got their name, that's great! Yet you've been promoting bitcoin as a great financial vehicle. That's like promoting a medical procedure where some of the tools that make it happen are made by Fisher Price. You are as good at analogies as fish are at bicycling.
  5. Just learned today that is where they got their name, that's great! Haven't been around, have some health issues to deal with. A real good listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzwWIDIVSTo&n=1 0.5/10 Classy
  6. Just learned today that is where they got their name, that's great! Haven't been around, have some health issues to deal with. A real good listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzwWIDIVSTo&n=1 another good one on Open Transactions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teNzIFu5L70&feature=youtu.be&t=7m58s
  7. He makes some fair points but he spends too much time comparing it to fiat currencies. Looks like he focuses only on the currency aspect and ignores the blockchain and other benefits it provides such as transparency and cost. He does mention blockchain once using two words instead of the one word in which it is commonly referenced.
  8. Price is already back up into the $700 range. Last:$581.95000 - Mt Gox ftfySo it's lower than 581? So you have trouble reading tables? 24h Avg. 683.02 671.79 573.5424 761.8331 708.13 694.26 690.27 720.25 691.42 682.7331 700.97 690.141 Average: 689.0299667
  9. Price is already back up into the $700 range. Last:$581.95000 - Mt Gox ftfy
  10. Hey, it's all transaction malleability these days. Do you need a refresher course? Good to know that the "design" issue has largely been ignored so that someone can alter a transaction to look like it didn't happen and thus more bitcoins are resent. LOL, sorry man, the credit card didn't swipe, let's try it again and oh, by the way, there is nothing you can do about it after the fact. Transaction malleability is nothing new, you act like you have a clue what you are talking about and then you copy and paste a statement from Mt.Gox which has recently been delisted by CoinDesk due to its persistent failure to meet the Index's standards for inclusion after they announced they are suspending withdrawals indefinitely. "Indefinitely" until they fix a flaw in their handling of unconfirmed transactions.LOL, still an ### as always. Did you read this link before you responded? http://qz.com/175565/why-nobody-can-withdraw-bitcoins-from-one-of-the-currencys-largest-exchanges/ About halfway down is the title of a section "Transaction malleability is nothing new." Awesomeness, so to you this is no big deal? Wasn't Mt. Gox before 2014 the largest bitcoin exchange? So, if NASQDAQ or NYSE got shutdown and "delisted" from selling stocks, you wouldn't think that was a big deal? OK, have fun with that. Also, why so angry? I was really just joking about transaction malleability with the Fletch quote at the top. I figured as the smartest human on the planet, you would have recognized that. Lighten up Francis. I am almost thinking that maybe you decided to finally dive into some bitcoins right before the crash. I know you would never admit to a gaff that bad, but damn that would be ironic and funny, well at least to some of us. Don't drunk post, you are no good at it.LOL, up late working. Just laughing at you.That's even more embarrassing, I feel sorry for you.
  11. It's a good thing that the ones that own all the bitcoin can fix the price so this will never be a problem. Price is already back up into the $700 range. Explanation for the noobs to understand what happened at MtGox
  12. Hey, it's all transaction malleability these days. Do you need a refresher course? Good to know that the "design" issue has largely been ignored so that someone can alter a transaction to look like it didn't happen and thus more bitcoins are resent. LOL, sorry man, the credit card didn't swipe, let's try it again and oh, by the way, there is nothing you can do about it after the fact. Transaction malleability is nothing new, you act like you have a clue what you are talking about and then you copy and paste a statement from Mt.Gox which has recently been delisted by CoinDesk due to its persistent failure to meet the Index's standards for inclusion after they announced they are suspending withdrawals indefinitely. "Indefinitely" until they fix a flaw in their handling of unconfirmed transactions. LOL, still an ### as always. Did you read this link before you responded? http://qz.com/175565/why-nobody-can-withdraw-bitcoins-from-one-of-the-currencys-largest-exchanges/ About halfway down is the title of a section "Transaction malleability is nothing new." Awesomeness, so to you this is no big deal? Wasn't Mt. Gox before 2014 the largest bitcoin exchange? So, if NASQDAQ or NYSE got shutdown and "delisted" from selling stocks, you wouldn't think that was a big deal? OK, have fun with that. Also, why so angry? I was really just joking about transaction malleability with the Fletch quote at the top. I figured as the smartest human on the planet, you would have recognized that. Lighten up Francis. I am almost thinking that maybe you decided to finally dive into some bitcoins right before the crash. I know you would never admit to a gaff that bad, but damn that would be ironic and funny, well at least to some of us. Don't drunk post, you are no good at it.
  13. yes no Looks like you screwed it up chachi.
  14. Hey, it's all transaction malleability these days. Do you need a refresher course? Good to know that the "design" issue has largely been ignored so that someone can alter a transaction to look like it didn't happen and thus more bitcoins are resent. LOL, sorry man, the credit card didn't swipe, let's try it again and oh, by the way, there is nothing you can do about it after the fact. Transaction malleability is nothing new, you act like you have a clue what you are talking about and then you copy and paste a statement from Mt.Gox which has recently been delisted by CoinDesk due to its persistent failure to meet the Index's standards for inclusion after they announced they are suspending withdrawals indefinitely. "Indefinitely" until they fix a flaw in their handling of unconfirmed transactions.
  15. All of the shady countries that like to screw over their populace are banning Bitcoin, they feel threatened by it and instead of coming clean they blame it on money laundering. You just decribed all governments, including the US federal government. All governments including the U.S. are shady and have a history of screwing over their people through corrupt policies? So you admit Bitcoin is: A) A currency B) A digital one and the first at that C) It must fail since all of the other digital currencies prior to it has failed (which you just stated there were none), so you are basing this failure on what? It can't be history because it sets a new precedent. You and I agree Bitcoin will not be the magic pill that will replace the U.S. Dollar in the near term. It doesn't mean it can't be used as a short term solution for people living in other countries to hedge their bets with their country's currency which could be under much more volatile pressure. Emphasis on short-term, they can easily move their assets to bitcoin and then to another currency much easier than any other intermediary solutions - provided their country does not somehow block this from happening since they see Bitcoin as a threat.