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    Today, 02:35 PM
    Miles Davis
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 12:28 PM
    First of all, you're totally wrong. Bitcoin is not conditioning people for digital payments on a mass scale. Credit cards and apple pay/samsung pay/android pay are conditioning people for digital payments on a mass scale. History has shown me that if you want to fight the elite, you have to be realistic and keep up with them.. not go hide in a cave and pretend what is coming isn't coming. Bitcoin and decentralized crypto is going to be what is used to fight the centralized payment systems. Not going back to 1950.
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    Today, 11:55 AM
    There are usually at least 4 self-check out stalls in an area where you can normally only fit 2 checkout lines. Sometimes there are 6. So the lines move 2-3 times as fast. But typically, there are empty stalls at the self-checkout and lines at the regular checkout. One thing you can't do at self-checkout is buy alcohol, so some types of transactions are relegated to the regular checkout lines.
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    Today, 11:52 AM
    Bitcoin is not counterfeiting dollars, it is its own thing. There is nothing unconstitutional about competing currencies.
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    Today, 11:49 AM
    Slow down your mind and focus a little, because your are thinking too simplistically. A cashless society is a society where people are not allowed to exchange physical currency or metals and are required to use digital payments. Bitcoin is not going to be what people are required to use. It is going to be a centralized digital currency. The best way to fight the centralized digital currency is with decentralized digital currencies. Bitcoin and decentralized crypto is the opposite of a cashless society. It is freedom. It gives people the ability to transfer wealth undetected by the digital payment system to be imposed by our rulers. Think about it. If you had crypto and you crossed a border with it, you could do so undetected. What if you wanted to bring it gold and silver across the border? You couldn't. But if you had gold and silver on one side of the border, you could exchange it for crypto.. now that you have your crypto, you can cross the border, then sell your crypto on the other side of the border for gold and silver and transact however you want. Do you see how decentralized crypto is going to make a cashless society THAT much more difficult to enforce? It may make it 100x more difficult to enforce..
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 10:56 AM
    Wow, that is totally wrong. The federal government is required to coin currency for the payment of taxes. There is nothing in the Constitution that limits other people from using their own currency.
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    Today, 10:33 AM
    Nobody here wants a cashless society, even those who advocate for crypto. Crypto and bitcoin will take over eventually, but that doesn't mean that you won't be able to use cash, private electronic payments, gold, silver or anything of value that you want (just because majority of transactions may be in crypto). The best way to fight against the banks' plans to initiate a cashless society is with bitcoin. If the banks make a cashless society, it will only work if there is no competition. With bitcoin, they will have a very difficult time creating a monopoly with their electronic currency.. because not only do they have do deal with everything else, they now have to deal with a crypto that is better than what they have.
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    Today, 10:18 AM
    I guess you can say I'm sort of a do-it-yourself guy. I don't like other people serving me when I can do it myself. Unless we're talking about chicks.. But I have no issue dragging my groceries over a laser beam and bagging them myself. I like buffet's because you don't have strangers taking my order and bringing me my food. What are they, my friggin slave? I can go get my own food. I guess it's nice if you're out with a chick and you want to feel lavish. I cut my own hair and rarely hire jobs out unless it's something that I cannot do myself. So self-checkout lines are a natural progression. I love them - Especially when they are empty and all the peons are in the line waiting for somebody else to check them out.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 08:49 AM
    Thank you for pointing out to everybody here that you don't actually argue against the content of people's posts.
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    Today, 08:42 AM
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 08:27 AM
    Its conditioning. It teaches people to expect no human contact when buying anything. Which only pushes people online, where robots do most of the work, and hides the ugly truth of how unstable those jobs that are hidden from the public treat their employees. For example, Amazons AI that fires employees for "working too slow" despite not having a human perfect system. They are absolute crap jobs, but, they are jobs. They want people dependent on the State in order to promote the religion of Statism. "Govt will save us all." In a world where robots have stolen everyones jobs because they do them better, humans lose their dignity, value, and sense of worth to their society. They end up only able to define themselves by the garbage they buy and how poorly they treat each other. Yet another Dystopian Nightmare being brought to us and delivered by drones.
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    Today, 08:21 AM
    Its become pretty obvious that the elected "leaders" no longer reflect the will of the people. Or maybe they do. They all seem highly willing to trade everyone elses Rights and Liberty in exchange for Temporary Security. So what happens when the exact opposite happens? When people arent arrested just by what they say, but by what they DONT say? What happens if people are being arrested for not hating Trump enough? All these facial recognition cameras are gonna enable just that world, and everything else we cant yet even imagine. Mark my words, this will end badly beyond anyones wildest nightmares.
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    Today, 08:05 AM
    I prefer to go to a human checkout person.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 12:23 AM
    Eventually superior competitors will adopt the same types of strategies to maximize value.
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    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    Download the McDonald's app, or any other app for fast food restaurants. They give you discounts for mobile ordering on the app. You just show up and pick it up, either in the store or in the drive-thru.. McDonalds will even come out and deliver it to your car, you just have to park in a certain parking spot.
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    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    Sounds like the Iraq WMDs carp. And the Iranians have been under the jackboot supervision of the US for at least 70 years.
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    Yesterday, 07:48 PM
    ALL parties said that Iran was in full compliance- so who might be telling this story? Sounds like the fake chemical thing against Assad.
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    Yesterday, 07:44 PM
    Iran was in full compliance- Trump pulled out & is now starving them. And why would Iran hate the US? Lessee- staging a coup to get rid of their democratically elected PM & placing our Shah puppet in charge so we can take over their country's resources. Blaming them when they took their country back; keeping them in political chains over nuclear weapons, when the were in full compliance with the Nuclear Deal- while Israel would not sign the deal & has an estimated 200-400 nuclear warheads- finally Obama did something right & put together the Iranian Deal- of which they were in full compliance- and gives them back a portion of their money that the US locked them out of. Trump gets out of the deal, sanctions them, calls them the biggest terrorists in the ME- which they are not- threatens them if they leave the deal, and has US ships & planes in their area- not to mention that Iran is completely surrounded with US bases. Just think what Uncle Sam would do if Iranian ships were in the Gulf of Mexico? But no worries- Iranians are baaaaaaad & do not want to kiss the ring of Mordor.
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    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
    LOL- shoulda known! :speaknoevil:
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    Yesterday, 06:13 PM
    John Whitehead is not a liar.
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    Yesterday, 06:11 PM
    So. wanna explain why Trump pulled the US out of the Iranian Deal, of which Iran was in full compliance, piled sanctions on them for no reason, & is now threatening them if they dare leave it?
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    Yesterday, 04:16 PM In the very near future, just looking at something for too long can tell authorities you are expressing suspicious behavior.
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    Yesterday, 04:03 PM
    If it is based solely on repayability, both determining Interest Rates and whether or not a person gets a loan at all, it will always be the poor that pay the most, because the rich dont even need credit. Some discrimination is reasonable, but what their real goal is has nothing to do with repaying loans, it has to do with forcing a person to work as long as they can make them work for as little pay as they can get away with giving the poor, thus keeping them trapped in a forever downward spiral. A spiral that can NOT last forever.
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    Yesterday, 03:46 PM
    As Texas goes, so goes the rest of the country.
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    Yesterday, 02:07 PM
    The answer is no, it doesn't account for all the bitcoins lost in the ether. It assumes all bitcoins are still available to people who may have lost them or past on. But since we don't know how many bitcoins are missing, let's do the most conservative estimate possible and pretend that none of them are missing. There is still a much bigger elephant in the room that your study didn't consider. The $80 trillion worth of global currencies in circulation which is what the estimate you cited used (I did the math and figured out that is the figure they used), let's add to that people's wealth/savings. Some estimate that to be worth $250 trillion. If the world converted 5% of their savings to bitcoin, and bitcoin was 10% of global currency, bitcoin would be worth over $1.2 million - conservatively. After accounting for lost bitcoins, it could be worth around $2 million, or possibly more.
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    Yesterday, 01:52 PM
    Does that account for all the bitcoins that are lost in the ether?
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    Yesterday, 05:28 AM
    Anti Federalist Did you see the comment that said their foreskin grew back after listening to this?
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