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    Today, 01:09 PM
    It doesn't. The rise of bitcoin is about mainstreaming the notion of cryptocurrencies to the average dude/dudette and using Bitcoin buyer's dollars to develop the crypto network. Prince Alwaleed's comments today about BTC being like Enron are apt imo. What he means is siphoning up dollars from investors that are used to build out the infrastructure (Enron was energy infrastructure, Bitcoin is crypto infrastructure) then later unveiling that it was a book-cooking sham and the investment vehicle (Enron stock/Bitcoin) is actually worthless. The infrastructure that was financed by investors is still there afterwards but the investors lose their shirts. The infrastructure is taken over by other entities but those that paid to build it are screwed.
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    Today, 12:59 PM
    So have any of y'all converted back into FRN at these mega high btc valuations without issues?
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    Today, 02:20 AM
    Wait, what? Did you just say that capital gains taxes reduce the national debt?? You're gonna have to explain that one to me.
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    Yesterday, 12:53 PM
    Kim disappearing? Or perhaps just quietly relocated to a tropical paradise like 'Herr Fuhrer' was...
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    Yesterday, 12:46 PM
    Interesting to see if Congress passes it. Not that it couldn't be questioned as to why old ass Orrin Hatch now is suddenly a champion against victimless "crimes". Requiring proof of intent to cause harm for criminal cases is a major change and would nullify huge swaths of corporate government regulations (aka criminal codes). Definitely worth watching, thanks for posting.
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    Yesterday, 12:10 PM
    Just remember that anything these days that gets wide media coverage as part of the roll-out (particularly when sold as 'more convenient', 'for your safety', etc) is little more than a social engineering tool and generally is a stepping stone to further losses of freedom. Most people don't realize, nor probably care, that their freedom is being removed in favor of convenience and security (see B. Franklin's quote about such things).
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    Yesterday, 11:55 AM
    Makes me wonder what your original post was instead of the 1.5 hour later edit. But no, Uber and Lyft do not take cash for ride services, do they? Cards and smartphone reservations only. And eventually will be the autonomous cars that can't accept cash even for a tip. 2 birds with 1 stone.
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    Lamp replied to a thread Join Brave in Privacy & Data Security
    ETHWaterloo Hackathon: Integrating MetaMask into Braveby Brave | Oct 20, 2017 | Announcements This past weekend, a few members of our engineering team packed up and traveled to Waterloo, Ontario, to join 100 teams (over 400 developers from 32 countries) at ETHWaterloo, the world’s largest Ethereum hackathon. The 36-hour event, from October 13 to 15, was organized by a volunteer group of enthusiasts of Ethereum, the blockchain-based technology invented by Vitalik Buterin. Our team, comprised of Aubrey Keus, Sergey Zhukovsky, Anthony Tseng, and Kamil Jozwiak, had been selected to participate from a pool of over 1000 developers. This was the largest gathering of developers in the Ethereum community to date, and was meant to encourage the community to learn about and build decentralized applications on Ethereum. Our CTO, Brian Bondy, had also been invited to be one of the judges (full disclosure: he did not judge our team’s submission, as they were evaluated by different judges). Our team was selected as one of the eight final winners by integrating MetaMask into the Brave browser and adding detection for DApps, making the Brave browser a first-class citizen of the blockchain ecosystem. Having MetaMask as an extension in Brave enables users to simplify Ethereum testing and development, and allows the Brave browser to natively handle a wide range of previously deployed ÐApps. To activate MetaMask, the team implemented several missing Google Chrome extension APIs into the Brave browser in C++ and JavaScript. The team also added independent detection for ÐApps when the extension is not installed, and a one-click install prompt display when visiting ÐApps. “We’re proud of asking the user to install MetaMask when a ÐApp is detected because it will mean a lot more users of MetaMask,” said Aubrey. “Shipping this feature to our user base will open up a wide set of applications previously not available to our users on the Brave browser,” added Serg. Final submissions were evaluated by twenty-two judges, including Vitalik Buterin, Founder of Ethereum, Joey Krug, Founder of Augur, Martin Köppelmann, Founder of Gnosis, and Jeff Coleman, Founder of Ledger Labs. Judges evaluated hacks based on creativity, technical difficulty, design, and usefulness.
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    10-21-2017, 11:16 PM
    The more I hear from Trump the more I think he doesn't have a gd clue about economics. His "fortune" was created by seed money from Daddy, his projects built through his personal connections, marketing and debt and his current position as President being a quid-pro-quo to the bankers that forgave his personal guarantees on a $billion of debt ~20 years ago.
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    10-21-2017, 11:11 PM
    Hence the invention of Uber and Lyft. Companies that are losing money hand-over-fist quarter after quarter yet still somehow manage to stay in business. Makes ya wonder who is funneling money to keep them running ;)
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    10-21-2017, 10:38 PM
    So the total doesn't specify what the duration of China's purchases are. I think it's important to know what the durations they are buying are since it would show their "commitment" (for lack of better word) to the issues they are buying and their concern about a default. Just my .02.
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    10-21-2017, 10:18 PM
    Just because something grows out of the ground doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good for you. Poison ivy is natural, and I doubt even the most passionate herbal enthusiast would want to eat it. Turmeric is a great anti inflammatory and anti cancer supplement with tens of thousands of years of usage data regarding effects. It’s used as a primary spice for food over half the planet for millennia. It’s all about testing study and knowledge. If someone is eating an herbal just because a poofy long-hair says so, they are doing it wrong
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