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3 hours ago
Caught my first entry at $0.088 Dips are for buying
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13 hours ago
https://blog.bitmex.com/announcing-the-bitmex-user-verification-programme/ "We will be launching our User Verification Programme at 00:00 UTC on 28 August 2020, where all customers will be asked to complete ID checks within the next 6 months. These new controls will enable us to create a more trusted and secure trading environment for all BitMEX users." [...] "The User Verification Programme will require individual users to go through a four step process similar to ID checks on many other cryptocurrency exchanges. Individual users will be prompted to upload a photo ID and proof of address, take a selfie, as well as answer a few multiple choice questions about source of funds..."
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15 hours ago
considering the 10:1 reverse split that occurred in dec. 2019 - would the "0.80 cent warrants exercised" you mention have any connection to the 8.00 warrants (expired worthless) shown in the recent sedi filing (8-10-2020) ?
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1 day ago
Andy Schectman Blows The Lid Off Metals Manipulation, Says $200 Silver Possible https://youtu.be/dRbYTgbeuaE?t=397 (sept 2019) https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-16/jpmorgan-s-metals-desk-was-a-criminal-enterprise-u-s-says
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2 days ago
TAAL is on CSE (CAD) TD Ameritrade will give you access to TAALF (USD)
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2 days ago
Because bch doesn't use the original btc difficulty adjustment algo the hash power was easily gamed. After the btc/bch split in 2017, it became commonplace to mine turboblocks for a few hours, followed by no blocks at all for a few hrs. Miners were able to line their pockets with BCH by mining empty blocks using minimal hash. Because this protocol change was baked into the bch protocol, bsv also has the same daa. I believe the plan in bsv is to revert to the original daa
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3 days ago
dummy question i don't understand how the company can issue new shares and thus, dilute the value of the existing shares? if these are newly issued shares and they aren't coming from someone else's control then how is this kind arrangement different than just creating money out of thin air?
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5 days ago
papa johns, you say? sounds good to me
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1 week ago
i was told BCH was the faster, cheaper, more reliable coin how will they reconcile this maybe one coin is faster but the other one is cheaper? but if thats the case which one is most reliable?
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1 week ago
i think banks will be among the first to adopt the technology that bitcoin is working towards. credit card fraud & identity theft costs banks and institutions a tremendous amount of money. legal fees, reimbursements and write-offs are expenses that cut directly into profits. so i think that the ability for large institutions, banks, payment processors & even data storage systems would all choose to use bitcoin as the back end for their businesses. not only for transactions as cash currency (perhaps serving as a back-end for a point of sale system for visa/mc and all global payment processors) but especially the money related things (stock and futures exchange markets). instant settlement opens new doors for trade. and because bitcoin automatically provides a low cost evidence trail, i would expect fraud & identity theft would have a new kind of deterrent. i think these factors will have such direct impact on the profit & loss for each business and their bottom line. especially the banks. without bitcoin, banks have losses from ID theft & fraud, often leading to reimbursements or other expensive litigation. with bitcoin, banks and payment processors can mitigate these types of loss. that's why i think they will be among the first.
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1 week ago
any thoughts on this?
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2 weeks ago
Oh snap
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2 weeks ago
Did somebody say 4 .. billion?
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2 weeks ago
the entire effort seems to be about preventing price discovery on bitcoinˢᵛ for as long as possible. BCH must outperform BSV, or else ALL the ponzi's die. the battle of light vs dark, as we begin to realize the meaning and consequences of privacy vs anonymity, i think BCH has positioned itself to act as the last stand against bitcoin. it too will fall. bitcoin is light.
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2 weeks ago
: )
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2 weeks ago
$23.02
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2 weeks ago
hey, so if i've unfollowed you on twitter please, don't take it personally against you it isn't about you - it's about twitter this is actually the entire problem so, i am sorting about 1500 follows into lists i can retain then i'm deleting acct it's time
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3 weeks ago
i can break these cuffs
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3 weeks ago
(Jul 17, 2020) "...that's why it's more likely that a currency backed in gold - or even a digital asset backed in physical gold could potentially replace the dollar more easily than the actual physical bar of gold could..." https://youtu.be/341CiPi6y2k
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3 weeks ago
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3 weeks ago
oh wow thanks a lot!
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4 weeks ago
👀
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4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
CSW and Patrick Bet-David Valuetainment interview It's showtime! https://youtu.be/0JvDauIX5lg
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4 weeks ago