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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Not a crypto and no clue what this brilliant new payment concept that's going to take the world by storm is about, but I was invited by a mate, signed up via a junk account, invited more mates and already earned nearly 20k free
    Ain't it nice of them to give away money..
    Communists in a capitalistic world, we need more of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Ain't it nice of them to give away money..
    Communists in a capitalistic world, we need more of them.
    It's free, registered via a junk account so they can bombard it with spam or even hijack it, and earned 20k tokens that one day might have my grandkids look to the sky with brimming eyes after selling off to buy a coke.

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    What exchange and does it have a wallet?

    Is it an Ecr20? Most of them I am convinced will fold

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    meanwhile coinbase reported 1 Billion USD in revenues

    jesus christ, no shortage of bitcoin idiots in this world

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    What exchange and does it have a wallet?

    Is it an Ecr20? Most of them I am convinced will fold
    I haven't checked but think I recall it not being an ECR20 token, something to do with a former paypal crew that decided paypal isn't doing as good a job as it could so let's put together something faster, more secure and free. Not impressed with a 2tr circulation, but wtf I got 20k free so if the whole lot ends up being worth 10c someone somewhere will be 10c richer sometime.

    Invite link is: https://initiativeq.com/invite/SEi9IA83X, you get around 5k for signing up.

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    A number of things I do not like about the way ARB is operated.

    I shall be pulling out over the next days with an incidental profit, will recommend to those I know are invested to do the same, and goes without saying retract my earlier recommendation here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Ain't it nice of them to give away money..
    Communists in a capitalistic world, we need more of them.
    It's not money. And when you intend to build up a base by giving away 80% of 2tr, 20k doesn't amount to much.

    From what I hear it's becoming easier to churn out cryptos, and in time kids at school will be creating their own and swapping as they did cigarette cards in the old days. Numbers and utility are becoming irrelevant, so in practical terms 2 trillion might just as well be 2 octillion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    A number of things I do not like about the way ARB is operated.

    I shall be pulling out over the next days with an incidental profit, will recommend to those I know are invested to do the same, and goes without saying retract my earlier recommendation here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    but wtf
    worth reading about your q stuff

    https://cryptobriefing.com/initiativ...ch-free-money/

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    Now around 80% in XRP since the weekend at 15 bt, moving well.

    Still with a bunch of freebies and scraps, some of which I can see but can't access. Will get around to it sometime.
    Last edited by jabir; 06-11-2018 at 01:02 PM.

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    funfair is teh latest ERC20 token to come under scrutiny

    all of these are 'smart' contracts via solidarity , and too many of them have clauses that allow the creator of the contract - the issuer of the token - to fcuk with everything

    examine anything that is a solidarity contract and if like 99.9% of us you are not a solidatrity programmer , move out of it - or hold and believe

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    Thailand a leader in Crypto?

    https://cryptoking.org/ripplenet-int...n-across-asia/

    Ripple's XRapid has hit 1.0. This year of testing is done. Banks and corporations expected to tentatively go live next year. At stake is the current SWIFT controlled cross border/remittance market that moves trillions of dollars a year. SWIFT hasn't been complacent though, they've recently promoted that they can change the cost of cross-border settlements from $25 to a few dollars per transaction and from 3-5 days to 1-5 days.

    Ripple currently does the same thing in less the four seconds (maybe a few minutes when you factor in the banks internal systems) for fractions of a cent.
    David vs Goliath of the cross-border settlement world coming to your screens in 2019.
    Regulation is the last hurdle to overcome. Small community owned banks and building societies will be the winners. The big correspondent banks will be the losers.

    Can Ripple decentralise fast enough to not become a tool of the USA like SWIFT has re: Iran?
    Stay tuned...
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    ^^ it took you that much time to figure it out balrick?

    next time read the fine prints before you put tons of cash into fooking ASIC MBs and running overpriced hosting plan to mine "shit" that someone will steal from you

    no shortage of fookers in this world, no wonder WallSt did so good for over 100 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    It's free, registered via a junk account so they can bombard it with spam or even hijack it
    ok - you can sign up for this then - $100 credit when they launch - https://monfex.com/nsN7cXUh


    ^^ it took you that much time to figure it out balrick?
    ah fluffer - your area of expertise is fellating pre op transgenders

    best you just fcuk off

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    I've switched outa BTC and gone all in on Doobies.

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    Almost December

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    Hash war in progress on B-cash has led to a steep drop across the board.

    Further proof that environment unfriendly and unscalable PoW and decentralised leadership is not the way forward.
    The battle lines have been drawn. Interesting to watch, not so profit friendly though.

    Good explanation: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles...cash-goes-war/

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    BTC is down 61% YTD....and the last 48 hours have been brutal.

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    how much is it now ?

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    I thought you knew everything about bitcoin

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    ~5500 USD

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    still a lot of room to go down to 100

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    Remember. The main street was going to take this to da moon

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    yeah well "main street" always gets fucked...the house always win in rigged casinos.

    Has McAfee eaten his own dick yet? Oh wait, another year yet.


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    Will hopefully eat that fooker Earl's too.

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