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CSM 10-04-2013 21:53

bitcoins
 
Rafl, Bitcoins (Buize/Ron Paul monies) zijn aan het crashen.

http://i.imgur.com/8QG95Bl.gif
http://i.imgur.com/3205Q3R.png

Iedereen een gebedje dat Buize zijn Bitcoins safe zijn.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/

http://i.imgur.com/NIZ1aXp.jpg

jelliuz 10-04-2013 22:21

http://www.listentobitcoin.com/

Alles wat daar "verschijnt" zijn verhandelde bitcoin bedragen. Soms echt wel gigantisch.
De prijs voor een huurmoordenaar op darkweb zal direct heel wat meer bitcoins kosten.

Ferrex 10-04-2013 22:26

bitcoin zit momenteel op +- 130 dollar, gekomen van 250 dollar op een tijd van.. welja, niet veel. awesome.

http://i.imgur.com/FW34gwu.jpg

CSM 10-04-2013 22:29

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Topic: How do I get my bitcoins out?

MtGox is crashing and I really can't afford to lose everything, how can I get my bitcoins out into dollars?

Please hurry.

Shino 11-04-2013 02:25

Heel die bitcoin hype is precies aan mij voorbijgegaan :)

CSM 11-04-2013 02:28

Het enige wat ge moet weten is dat de exchange die 80% van de Bitcoin markt in handen heeft, de Magic: The Gathering Online Exchange is.

BuiZe 11-04-2013 07:20

't was de moment om terug in te kopen aan €90 jongens!

CSM 11-04-2013 17:30

Men heeft blijkbaar de handel stilgelegd om een verdere crash te voorkomen. :teeth:

De vrij zichtbare hand van de vrije markt moet af en toe eens ingrijpen, nietwaar.

En onze schadenfreude afpakken, godver.

Anton 11-04-2013 19:51

Ik dacht dat dat allemaal libertarians waren? Stop eens met de markt te ontregelen!!!

CSM 11-04-2013 20:08

Hoe mijnt gij uw Bitcoins, Anton?

Dit is mijn rig:

http://i.imgur.com/hDl1fNs.jpg

Alex 12-04-2013 10:10

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Originally Posted by CSM (Post 1133989)
Rafl, Bitcoins (Buize/Ron Paul monies) zijn aan het crashen.

en die van de winkevoss twins

http://gawker.com/5994433/idiot-dick...of-all-bitcoin

Jonah 12-04-2013 10:21

Vat ik het correct samen? Bitcoins worden nergens aanvaard, hebben enkel de waarde die hun eigen systeem eraan geeft, ze worden letterlijk uit het niets gecreŽerd maar je kan er wťl geld mee verliezen?

straks 12-04-2013 10:25

Neen, ze worden wel aanvaard in een aantal online shops, vooral voor diensten/hosting. En heel wat freelancers aanvaarden ze.

Ze worden 'uit het niets' gecreŽerd (btw, euro ook, uiteindelijk), maar dat is wat kort door de bocht, ze worden aangemaakt volgens een heel vast stramien, het netwerk regelt zichzelf (ze worden aangemaakt door berekeningen uit te voeren, maar de complexiteit van de berekeningen neemt toe naar gelang de rekenkracht van het netwerk toeneemt, dus er is nooit een plotse toevoeging). En heel dat systeem is open source en heel duidelijk gedocumenteerd.

En uiteindelijk is het gewoon een foreign currency waar in verhandeld kan worden en gelden er +/- dezelfde regels voor.

DarthJabbaBoulet 12-04-2013 11:00

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Originally Posted by Jonah (Post 1134703)
hebben enkel de waarde die hun eigen systeem eraan geeft, ze worden letterlijk uit het niets gecreŽerd maar je kan er wťl geld mee verliezen?

Zoals straks al zei is dat niet met elke munt zo ?
Het voordeel van die bitcoins is dat noch de overheden, noch de centrale banken er 'grip' op hebben en dat het niet traceerbaar is.
Mits een volgende situatie zoals Cyprus is het zeker niet onwaarschijnlijk dat die waarde terug gaat stijgen ....

Sexy Schaap 12-04-2013 12:58

Die subreddit is wel geniaal. Libertarians zijn toch zot in hun hoofd.
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If you have read my previous posts and comments on this subreddit, you'll know that I'm a huge proponent of Bitcoin in specific, and of crypto-currencies in general. I think that they're revolutionary, game changing, world shattering, and the tip of an iceberg that could potentially restore freedom back to the US and the rest of the world.
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I haven't sold any and don't plan to. I believe in the fundamentals of Bitcoin and am in this to change the world.
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Isn't it possible that this was an ideological attack rather than a criminal one? The fed, central banks, governments, whoever. They all have a vested interest in the failure of bitcoin and really - on the grand scheme of things how expensive would it be for them to destroy it? Buy up all the coins, create a crazy bubble, and then ddos the exchanges and bam, the wheels come off.
Nog geen twaalf uur voor de crash:
http://i.imgur.com/F5yDSqi.pnghttp://i.qkme.me/3tt0x0.jpg
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It should be very obvious to all of you that the "mainstream media" and "economics academia" (both mouthpieces for entrenched powers) has more or less unanimously decided during the part few days that Bitcoin is the "volatile bubblylicious deflationary spiral tulip funbux craze that drug dealers, pederasts and terrorists like" (did I summarize that right?).

It is important to understand that these FUD attacks are coming from a place of terror of the unknown, where Bitcoin is the unknown, and these people (venal, or ignorant, or lackeys) are reacting with the standard social defense mechanisms to protect their interests and belief systems.

I don't say that lightly -- agree or not, you all know very well that most people (statists) fervently believe that currency, much like roads, must necessarily be a monopoly of the state, and they cannot even begin to conceive how these goods can come about otherwise.

Of course... any real-world evidence that these goods can exist and work without being a state monopoly questions this core belief 99% that of the populace have faith in. Bitcoin is that proof by counterexample in the domain of money -- it is the first currency in a long time that has market value because people truly voluntarily choose it, rather than because people are ordered under threats to accept and use it. And so, Bitcoin raises the question that must never be answered.

And what do dogmatic humans generally do when faced with a taboo? They fog, they attack, they gaslight, they change the subject, they lie. They'll do anything to get you to "shut up about the question, because it's making me uncomfortable". It is what it is.

The plan moving ahead is to continue using and buying Bitcoin, talking to people about Bitcoin, demonstrating Bitcoin to others, and generally continuing to live a decent life. Whether you choose to ignore or question the dogs, ultimately you must lead by example, lead by honesty, lead by nonaggression.

Pitch in with your views here. Have a good day, guys!
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As the Bitcoin price nears $150, the following struck me.

Value of spice melange During the days of the Corrino Empire, the spice was the rarest and most valuable commodity in the known universe. It was said that it was so valuable that one briefcase full of spice would be enough to purchase an entire planet. Great Houses of the Imperium were often considered rich and influential if their ruling members could afford to consume melange regularly, or, worse still, stockpile it. However, stockpiling melange was generally considered to be a very risky and dangerous endeavour, since the Emperor, the Bene Gesserit, the Bene Tleilax, the Spacing Guild, and rival Great Houses could potentially regard such stockpiles as a threat to their position within the Imperium, as well as a threat to their supply.

Lets continu the analogy,

Paul Atreides = Satoshi Nakamoto * Fremen = us, the Bitcoin enthusiasts :) * The planet Arrakis = The Internet * Sietches = Bitcoin miners * Spice melange = Bitcoin* The house Harkonnen = Banks* The house Corinno = Current global monetary system backed by global governments* The house Atreides = the people in a stage of adopting Bitcoin*

Fast forward a few years:

The Atreides Empire was the term by which the Imperium was known when it was ruled by House Atreides. It was established when the Duke Paul Atreides successfully led a Fremen uprising on Arrakis against the Corrino Empire. One of the other Great Houses, House Harkonnen, was also destroyed in this uprising.

Personally, I can only see the end result being all world currencies being replaced by cryptocurrencies. I've only been involved for a few weeks, and I don't hold many coins, but I like to consider myself well above average intelligence and I have devoted probably more than 8 hours a day since then analyzing every aspect of this. What are the other possible outcomes of this, in your opinion?

acku 12-04-2013 13:03

Ik heb het overwogen en ga er kopen voor 100 euro.
Een maximaal verlies van 100 euro, een waterkans op ALL THE BITCHES IN THE WORLD

CSM 12-04-2013 14:46

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Originally Posted by acku (Post 1134633)
Was dat over het idee van we-pakken-hun-identiteit-af-dan-zullen-ze-wel-geen-staatsgevaarlijke-gekken-worden?

Ja.

CSM 12-04-2013 14:51

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Originally Posted by Jonah (Post 1134703)
Vat ik het correct samen? Bitcoins worden nergens aanvaard, hebben enkel de waarde die hun eigen systeem eraan geeft, ze worden letterlijk uit het niets gecreŽerd maar je kan er wťl geld mee verliezen?

Nee, kunt er kinderporno en drugs mee kopen.

http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/tra...-with-bitcoins

Voor de rest is het gewoon de tulpenmanie voor de Ron Paul supporter.

http://i.imgur.com/UzOJRtR.jpg

Checkmark here when bill has been used.

NIET VALSSPELEN MET HET MONOPOLIEGELD OF GE KRIJGT EEN SLECHTE REVIEW OP DE INTERWEBS

blumcole 12-04-2013 14:53

http://nos.nl/artikel/490896-vijf-vr...-bitcoins.html

CSM 12-04-2013 14:58

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Originally Posted by Sexy Schaap (Post 1134811)
As the Bitcoin price nears $150, the following struck me.

Value of spice melange During the days of the Corrino Empire, the spice was the rarest and most valuable commodity in the known universe. It was said that it was so valuable that one briefcase full of spice would be enough to purchase an entire planet. Great Houses of the Imperium were often considered rich and influential if their ruling members could afford to consume melange regularly, or, worse still, stockpile it. However, stockpiling melange was generally considered to be a very risky and dangerous endeavour, since the Emperor, the Bene Gesserit, the Bene Tleilax, the Spacing Guild, and rival Great Houses could potentially regard such stockpiles as a threat to their position within the Imperium, as well as a threat to their supply.

Lets continu the analogy,

Paul Atreides = Satoshi Nakamoto * Fremen = us, the Bitcoin enthusiasts * The planet Arrakis = The Internet * Sietches = Bitcoin miners * Spice melange = Bitcoin* The house Harkonnen = Banks* The house Corinno = Current global monetary system backed by global governments* The house Atreides = the people in a stage of adopting Bitcoin*

Fast forward a few years:

The Atreides Empire was the term by which the Imperium was known when it was ruled by House Atreides. It was established when the Duke Paul Atreides successfully led a Fremen uprising on Arrakis against the Corrino Empire. One of the other Great Houses, House Harkonnen, was also destroyed in this uprising.

't Schijnt dat Warren Buffet ook heel zijn investeerstrategie uit de boeken van Dune haalt.
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Originally Posted by DarthJabbaBoulet (Post 1134727)
Zoals straks al zei is dat niet met elke munt zo ?
Het voordeel van die bitcoins is dat noch de overheden, noch de centrale banken er 'grip' op hebben en dat het niet traceerbaar is.

Dat is geen voordeel, dat is een nadeel.
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Originally Posted by DarthJabbaBoulet (Post 1134727)
Mits een volgende situatie zoals Cyprus is het zeker niet onwaarschijnlijk dat die waarde terug gaat stijgen ....

Om dan terug te crashen omdat er niks waardevol achter zit...

Splits alles over Bitcoins anders eens af naar zijn eigen thread, mods. Dan kan ik nog wat Bitcoin rigs posten.


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