• devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:59 PM
    cointel Coincidence?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:55 PM
    Yes, I get it. The original bitcoin chain is finite and that was the original selling point. It implied that there are only 21 million coins so invest now before they're all gone! Then suddenly there was a whole new chain, presumably another 21 million new coins. That means that bitcoin (as a brand name, really) can be infinitely created. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Silver, Bitcoin Petro, Bitcoin Pencil, Bitcoin Bacon, Bitcoin Plastic, ad nausem. Run out of 21 million? Just make a new chain of a fresh 21 million. That is not finite. And it's also essentially a pyramid scheme.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:47 PM
    Anyone can fork it but it's finite? Does not compute. As long as those that control the chain can collude and fork it off into a whole new chain whenever they want (as they've already done at least once) then it's the exact opposite of finite. It is infinite.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:37 PM
    Sweet! You received sound money in exchange for fiat currency invested into a speculative bubble. Well played. Bitcoin is not: 1) Money 2) Currency, until it no longer has to converted into some other currency unit to be used 3) Finite, as long as it can be forked into a whole new chain at any time Bitcoin is: 1) speculative investment using existing fiat currency Blockchain will be a currency at some point but bitcoin is not. I'd have a lot more respect for the bitcoin crowd if they were honest about what's really going on with it, instead of twisting words/definitions and insisting it has properties that it does not. The corruption of the meaning of words is why we're in this mess in the first place.
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    Yesterday, 05:06 PM
    You've done this and can personally vouch for it? For the moment it does, assuming everything in the transaction chain works out. Assuming it works the same as Expedia, Overstock, etc the gold is still being bought with dollars, however. Coinbase does the conversion for you. Hopefully they don't turn over your info to the IRS/Feds for the conversion, leading to a surprise large capital gains bill in the mail. Say again? It's telling to me that still no one has fessed up to actually converting bitcoin "profits" back into anything else. Most of the anecdotal evidence I've seen says it's a nightmare.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-16-2017, 02:30 AM
    Seems a drink of water is necessary at important moments. McCain at 1:40. Fwiw, Trump's speech is the announcement that the petrodollar is dead and Asians have officially taken over this land mass.
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    11-15-2017, 11:43 PM
    Ya don't often see a sockpuppet fail on RPF but there it is.
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    11-15-2017, 07:59 PM
    Ken Blackwell, The Hill.com-11/13/17: Congress, like most Americans, may not be fully aware of a growing energy source powering industry today, which explains why fuel cell technology isn’t being treated fairly. While it’s largely out of public view, it was one of the unsung heroes in this year’s hurricane disasters. When Hurricane Irma struck Florida in September, one of Walmart’s distribution centers lost its supply of electricity. Fortunately, its fleet of warehouse forklifts were powered by hydrogen fuel cells. If these trucks had run on traditional lead-acid battery power, the generators would not have been able keep up with the needs, and the fleet would have quickly run out of power. When Hurricane Harvey flooded the Houston area, outdoor hydrogen pads were submerged. Redundant safety features nevertheless kept hydrogen continuously running to forklift truck operations around the clock. The ability of hydrogen fuel cells to withstand these natural disasters ensured that the delivery of food, water and other supplies could continue to those in need.
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    11-15-2017, 07:42 PM
    The Nikola One Hydrogen Electric Semi-Truck SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Nikola Motor Company has chosen Nel ASA as the sole equipment supplier to create the largest hydrogen network in the world that will cover over 2,000 miles and include 16 stations. Nikola has already kicked off two of the 16 stations and 14 more will follow immediately after installation. “Nikola Motor Company is leading the way for hydrogen in the world,” said Nikola CEO Trevor Milton. “Nikola has issued Nel a purchase order for the first two stations, based on Nel’s alkaline electrolysers and H2Station technology. Our teams have decided to double our initial station number to 16 by reducing the size of the stations and create more hydrogen lanes.” “We have thousands of trucks that have been reserved and need to be delivered. The stations are the first step to completing that process,” said Scott Perry, Nikola’s chief operating officer. “Nel has delivered over 3,500 hydrogen solutions in over 80 countries since 1927. We are confident they can deliver.” Each station is anticipated to have the following specifications:
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 05:21 PM
    lol
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    11-15-2017, 05:08 PM
    Thanks. Rather disappointed in Ron (though not very surprised) but I'm not sure I'd go as far as to call that an endorsement. It does always crack me up how bitcoin is ALWAYS shown as a gold coin. It's not gold so why is there an attempt to make it look like it is? Probably because the banker crypto version will be announced to be gold-backed, so it's implanting the image of 'cryptos are as good as gold' for later use.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 04:50 PM
    Vid means video. Not "Paul Inc." selling Ron's name. --------------------------- The moment billionaires and CME and the like are publicly involved with bitcoin, it is under the direct control of the bankers. If I know my banker tactics, and I do, I can tell you the outcome is already decided. Their standard Hegelian Dialectic tactics will kick in. Bitcoin will be great for a period of time. Fun and games. Everyone needs cryptos! Then something major will be done to kill it like "NK hackers" making them disappear. Some fatal flaw discovered/exploited. The shrieks of "Muh bitcoins! I was a millionaire!" will abound. A nice helpful Senator will be your best buddy and claim disgust at the events and pledge that "We will never let this happen again!". Then he will introduce a bill implementing the banker's version of cryptocurrency. It's secure and gold-backed, dontchaknow? And for your safety and convenience, here's a chip to go in your hand to prevent your "wallet" from being stolen.
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    11-15-2017, 04:31 PM
    Got a vid of Ron endorsing bitcoin? And yes it is digital nothingness. Can't see it, can't hold it, only exists in electron form and as a concept in your brain. It is really nothing more than an digital accounting ledger. Can't even print it! You may as well go get your hand chip now and save the charade.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 04:20 PM
    Trump can't even virtue signal correctly.
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    11-15-2017, 04:12 PM
    Oh idk, maybe one of the planks that this forum was founded upon? Sound money? Not more digital nothingness.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 04:08 PM
    ^^^Bastard! I wanted to beat you to your own thread lol. Trump drank it like a baby bottle. Now I have mental image of Trump being one of those "adult baby" types that rolls around in a man sized crib in diapers. It screams "signal" though, seeing how the speech itself was a veiled admission that the petrodollar is now kaput.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 02:40 PM
    But but bitcoin was meant to circumvent tptb! What happened? Oh, never mind, I know what happened. People sold out their principles for the illusion of wealth. Happens every time.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 08:11 AM
    bump 11/9=9/11
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    11-15-2017, 06:58 AM
    Btw, if I had a chunk of spare cash to gamble right now, I'd be putting it on a bunch of Deutsche Bank short positions (and anything that shorts markets, really) instead of Bitcoin. I think market correction/crash started on 11/9 (9/11). But alas, I am but a poor man so....
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-14-2017, 06:25 PM
    Naaa, I'm good for the moment. I'm waiting for the formal end (something akin to an announcement) of the petrodollar before worrying about jumping onto any asset other than hard stuff. There's just too many market distortions in practically every asset class and too much noise overall right now, with most of it being distractions and/or symptoms of the dumping of the dollar. Slow and steady wins the race.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 11:05 PM
    And when it's the Republican base getting shot up (Vegas, GOP baseball, TX church, etc) it's always a Democrat type doing the shooting. When it was the Dem base getting shot up (kids, blacks, Californians, etc) it was always a Republican type doing the shooting. The media fuels this divide and conquer stuff on behalf of those with bigger agendas.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 09:16 PM
    Oh well, feel free to carry on believin' that whenever a Democrat president is in office, it's Democrat base that gets shot up. When it's a Republican, it's Republican base that gets shot up. Not like there's a disarmament agenda out in the open or anything...
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 09:08 PM
    Do you think the CME would issue a futures contract for a commodity (term used really loosely) that only goes up in price?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 08:47 PM
    Well that's good. We agree that the deed can just be changed and the buyer not forced into terms they don't necessarily agree with. No one does it, of course. They just accept it because "that's the way it is".
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    11-13-2017, 08:42 PM
    It's freemason code. All of their events contain various symbols/signals/codes to identify their handiwork to each other and to mock the sheep that don't know the codes. Sometimes it's in the media circulated images (Shriner sticker on pickup truck in staged and photoshopped Charlottesville picture, eg). Sometimes it's in the numbers (32nd floor of Vegas, eg). Since there's essentially no evidence of this shooting other than the media's story, a few staged pictures and prepared statements by people that are likely masons themselves (pastors, LEO, politicians) the code has to be elsewhere. Too many people are picking apart the productions from available evidence. Solution? Identify with double letters. Double letters are the same, in masonic code, as the master numbers, which are double numbers like 11, 33, 44. There ya go. I don't expect you to believe it but I explained it.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 08:28 PM
    That's not an answer, stop trolling. I ask again, it's just words on paper so why can't the deed be changed? Contracts are two party agreements. Since when is one party not allowed to negotiate their end of the contract? It's not a question about the existence of the HOA itself. It's a question about why words on a piece of paper can't be changed by the contract parties.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 01:09 PM
    So the real question becomes, why can't the deed be changed? It's only words on paper.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 12:40 PM
    Have you been following this story??? Looks like no. It's uncanny how every name cited by the media, short of the pastor, is a double letter name. I even pointed it out earlier in the thread and it has continued ever since. I won't bother to explain why it's an important clue but come on, it defies logic and the odds. Review a timeline of articles from the start and you'll see it.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-13-2017, 12:24 PM
    Oh look, it's another double letter name. Every media cited source, shooter, hero, etc has double letter names. A sign of games being played.
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