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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 16:37:00 (permalink)
I am stacking bitcoins right now.
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The Duck of Death
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 16:55:41 (permalink)
how the fuck do you get bitcoins
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 17:05:56 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: Whagwan

lol at converting your savings into bitcoins.


Baked Beans FTW
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 17:11:20 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Horsey Boy

how the fuck do you get bitcoins

Repeatedly shout 'bitcoins' at your pc whilst doing the river dance. If you do it long enough Terry Wogan will appear on your monitor, then just ask him for some.
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 17:19:37 (permalink)
spent far too much on bitcoins over the past couple of months
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 17:28:16 (permalink)
c'mon whos been buying the leng ?
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 17:56:03 (permalink)
I wish I was an IT admin with a network of computers. Would be mining like crazy.

Just gonna join a few pools and see what i can accumulate.
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 20:07:13 (permalink)
how the fuck do you mine a virtual currency? i find this all pretty ridiculess
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 20:34:43 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: DJ_H20

how the fuck do you mine a virtual currency? i find this all pretty ridiculess


yeah some you don't understand , well reducuklious and that
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 20:43:55 (permalink)
CAN ANY ON SPARE A WAR VETERAN A FEW BITCOINS AND THAT
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/23 20:45:14 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: DJ_H20

how the fuck do you mine a virtual currency? i find this all pretty ridiculess


With a virtual pick OBVIOUSLY
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 00:19:50 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Whagwan

lol at converting your savings into bitcoins.

Itz da future doe
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 09:15:27 (permalink)
bruv gimmi all y0 bitcoinz or ill unplug ur net
post edited by JUDGEDREDD - 2012/11/24 09:16:44
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 10:04:50 (permalink)
Mt Gox is fucked, Intersango is fucked. Some of the people on the SR forums seem to think they're living in a John Le Carre novel. Government operatives sniffing their post, tall people in trenchcoats having suspicious conversations with their postman etc.

Good luck trying to mine bitcoins, that was a marginally profitable enterprise about 10 years ago if you had 24/7 access to about 5,000 computers.

DRUGS LOL

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Krishu
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 11:12:28 (permalink)
Wow I had no idea BC was so unsecure.

I really don't understand all the hoo-haa about BC, normal money is mostly digital anyway.

Putting coin in the name of the first digital-only currency is also stupid.

Edit: Jus tread this, there are physical bitcoins!

post edited by Krishu - 2012/11/24 11:16:32
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The Duck of Death
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 12:01:26 (permalink)
i really dont understand all this. why cant £1 = 1 bitcoin
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LHC
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 15:38:01 (permalink)
Because there is potentially no limit to pounds but a limited supply of Bitcoins. Also, pound sterling isn't that important outside the UK. If anything, they would probably use dollars.

It all seems very weird to me. Bitcoins seem to be useless without regular currency so anybody spending real money on Bitcoins appears to be a goon. I only heard about them yesterday so perhaps my understanding is wrong.
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 16:27:24 (permalink)
Why is there a limit to bitcoins?. Surely someone along the line could just say 'actually I'm going to double the amount of bitcoins' if anything it is easier to produce more bitcoins than it would be sterling as it doesn't actually exist
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 17:06:04 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Jimmy2Shoes

Why is there a limit to bitcoins?. Surely someone along the line could just say 'actually I'm going to double the amount of bitcoins' if anything it is easier to produce more bitcoins than it would be sterling as it doesn't actually exist


In the same way there are a limited number of URLs, IP addresses etc etc
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Mr Bish
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RE: BITCOINS 2012/11/24 17:11:45 (permalink)
The only way to make more bitcoins than someone else is to have more computers than everyone else trying to calculate the codes.

It's untraceable which is good for criminal activity but what if someone gained access to your pc, they could steal them all in a second and you wouldn't have a clue where they went.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Blocks
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/02 20:36:27 (permalink)
http://www2.macleans.ca/2013/01/02/why-bitcoin-is-the-banking-industrys-newest-biggest-threat/#.UOR8xHWAePE.twitter

I realise most people on this board still think Bitcoin is a fools game, but i will still keep posting these articles when i see them for those with curiosity.
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LHC
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/02 20:38:38 (permalink)
Own a yacht yet?
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Jme133
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/02 20:43:01 (permalink)
I own a pair of boat shoes.
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/02 21:01:24 (permalink)
Sounds pretty good to me. Being able to royally fuck the banks over in the next 3 or 4 years would be sweet
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/02 21:12:39 (permalink)
Tried to get myself some the other day for a bit of Silk Road action but just ended up going round in circles.
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Jme133
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/02 21:17:14 (permalink)
@ Shiverman

This is the crux of it. The idea of fiat currency, or 'paper money' is still only a relatively new concept. Some people are speaking of an awakening from the occupation of banker controlled markets and a rigged monetary system. Too much obvious crime has occured in the banking industry over the last couple of years for some to keep ignoring. HSBC laundering Mexican drug money, libor, PPI and more.
The rhetoric 'the banks are too big to fail' is becoming less and less believed in the wake of a completely corrupt system which sees a kind of half-free market or shadowy capitalism benefiting an elite while most of the public suffer fictional austerity, and millions of pounds worth of pension saving eradicated.

For anyone who wants to know more, follow a guy named Max Keiser. He's an ex-wall street trader who is cited as the most popular financial pundit according to the Independent. He hosts a show on the Russian network RT and exposes most of the wrong-doing in the western world. My only concern is that RT is Russian owned and so i worry that it is not all an East-West propaganda war, the are people who predict another cold war spurred on by the financial crisis.
post edited by Jme133 - 2013/01/02 21:21:25
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Mod X
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/03 01:10:14 (permalink)
Surely a cold war is only 'cold' once an actual war has been averted? Otherwise it would just be a war? Unless they are predicting a situation with lots of sabre rattling but no actual conflict?
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/03 02:14:41 (permalink)
Cold war is more about war by other means (or via proxies) than having averted anything mate.


I still have no clue about bitcoins. They just make me feel stupid.
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RE: BITCOINS 2013/01/03 03:00:34 (permalink)
Cold War A state of political tension and military rivalry between nations that stops short of full-scale war.


According to that definition, it stops short of full scale war, so yeah, until it is actually over it can't be a cold war because at any point while it is ongoing it could become a real one.
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