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To put it quite simply, the problems with the world today that is clearly the solution to are so blatantly obvious that if you haven't done your homework and bought some bitcoin, I don’t have the time to try to convince you, sorry.

Who bears the burden of fiat inflation? How can you protect yourself against it? @DavidFBailey has some thoughts to share. to listen to more

“I’ve spent quite a lot of time studying Bitcoin so I understand how this technology can be revolutionary.” However, what I’m more excited about is how blockchain can literally change the world.”

Ummm, you are either extremely dense or you’re flat out lying.

It doesn’t take long after listening to someone if they have really done the work.

Don’t be like that guy lol

I've spent the majority of my free time over the last several years learning as much as I can about both the technical and economic aspects of . Aside from family I don't know of anything more important I could spend my time on.

#Bitcoin #ta Intermediate retrace - hell, more like a slow-moving landslide crushing newbies in its wake. In charting terms, we round-tripped from the upper to the lower Bollinger Band. My longer timeframe indicator sets haven't given up the ghost, even though the point spread from near 60k down to here at 43 - 44k is impressive. We're going to have a few shakeouts like this as we advance, so I'm not going to change my upper target - unless my stuff flips to longer-term Bear. Hang in there...

Hey, @martybent, I strongly suggest you listen to our discussion with @DavidBCollum, @Erikcason, & @evoskuil ....and follow up on some of the critical points we could be facing in the (near) future.

@MichaelPSenger: CCP-engineered lockdown
RT @keyvandavani
Enjoy this fantastic deep down the rabbit hole episode with Dave Collum, Erik Cason, & Eric Voskuil.
@DavidBCollum, @Erikcason, @evoskuil

-#Bitcoin vs. Nation-States & Cent…

As time goes on and more corporations and wealthy individuals buy it becomes less likely that government will attempt to outright ban or place overly burdensome tax requirements on Bitcoin. Corporations and the donor class run this country. Politicians need to get reelected so they can't mess with their corporate and private overlords.

That being said, we need to remain cautious. Buy KYC-free and hold your own keys.

If your looking for actual bitcoiners who aren't just cross posting from bird site give these folks a follow.
These are some of my favorite follows. (no particular order)

Have I missed any please let me know.


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Just did my first ever replace-by-fee transaction in Electrum. Just feeling like if my 20 sat/b transaction hadn't confirmed yet this weekend it wasn't going to happen.

I ended up bumping to 41 sat/b and the transaction cleared, USD price of about $7.

Kind of my last major concern about Bitcoin's long term success was would fees get high enough to incentivize the miners when the subsidy goes away. It seems we might be seeing the fee market develop now. Will the mempool ever empty again?

Good luck with banning Bitcoin. See how that's going in Nigeria and India. It's just like prohibition and the drug war in the US. When you have a product that people want/need regulation won't stop it.

With shitcoins the quality of marketing determines the dollar value and ETH has the most effective marketing. There are no shitcoins that actually solve any problems (it is debatable whether Monero is a shitcoin or not).

I'm not going to claim that Tether is fully backed, no one except Tether knows the truth. However the insinuation of Tether truthers that 32 billion of Tether is holding up and its 1T value when we know corporations are buying billions worth is laughable.

Lots of cope

It is time. My computer is older than because I've been stacking but I need to build a new one.

I haven't paid much attention to the Linux hardware landscape lately but as I understand it the open source AMD GPU drivers are the way to go for a Linux only system that I'll use for light gaming and Bitcoin stuff. For a mid range (see $500 these days) GPU I was thinking I'd target the AMD RX 6700 when they come out.

Anyone have any thoughts in general on a new Linux only build?

Anyone have any experience with these IRA products where you hodl your own keys? Lately I've been feeling less comfortable with the counterparty risk of the $GBTC I hodl in my IRA.

Bitcoin has now flipped Facebook.

That's it, that's the toot.

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