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2017-12-21 20:29:35 UTC

This is the coiner ghetto

2017-12-21 20:29:47 UTC

If you are going to trade using crypto use one of the privacy coins like Monero (XMR). You can even make payments of bitcoin using it too with this site:

2017-12-21 20:29:50 UTC


2017-12-21 20:30:12 UTC

@Deleted User what's the difference between privacy and non privacy?

2017-12-21 20:30:29 UTC

@Deleted User yeah I'm thinking of buying some monero. It's a little hard in NY state to buy actually, I have to use a VPN

2017-12-21 20:33:08 UTC

@Deleted User so bitcoin can be tracked. it is VERY hard to track bitcoin but it can be done with control of nodes (like how they track things in Tor). However XMR Monero brings it up a notch with encryption and uses ring signatures to obfuscate even further.

@ThisIsChris best way to buy it now is using

2017-12-21 20:33:53 UTC

@Deleted User how bout them btc gains

2017-12-21 20:33:54 UTC

if you want a good VPN use this:

2017-12-21 20:34:07 UTC


2017-12-21 20:34:23 UTC

@Deleted User yeah I was trying to understand the ring signature thing yesterday

2017-12-21 20:34:44 UTC

what it seems like is that it obscures the source of funds by making it possible to be from 3-10 other people

2017-12-21 20:36:51 UTC

crypto is a gay

2017-12-21 20:38:47 UTC

Salty no coiners get out reeeeeeee

2017-12-21 20:49:33 UTC

Reeeeee this is a coiner only channel

2017-12-21 20:58:11 UTC

Koba playing both sides

2017-12-21 20:58:16 UTC


2017-12-21 20:58:25 UTC

Not getting any of my crypto gains

2017-12-21 21:05:26 UTC

If any of your want to get into mining crypto I have a setup I could share that is simple. Each one being about $2900 for ~3.6 KH/s on Monero which nets $12 per day at the current spot price. Just DM me.

2017-12-21 21:17:54 UTC

@ThisIsChris should i just post all the info about it? i have a copy/paste for it with spreadsheet? if i did would you pin it for mining?

2017-12-21 21:18:22 UTC

@Deleted User yes that sounds great!

2017-12-21 21:19:22 UTC

For Mining Crypto:

**Before doing any of this figure out what you want to mine and get a wallet on your computer. This will help you get started with XMR. DO NOT trust any online wallet service.**
XMR Wallet:
Entry level mining program:
XMR Mining Profit:
Most secure way to pay for bitcoin transactions by using XMR:
Selling/buying XMR:
Get yourself a good VPN:

Generally a good idea for all of your passwords to be 16 hash.
Example only do not use: xzRg_"+T4,BJU)dq

Mining Rig spreadsheet is attached.

2017-12-21 21:20:00 UTC

2017-12-21 21:20:27 UTC

now get out there and get some free cash ya little whipper snappers

2017-12-21 21:20:31 UTC

@Deleted User can you please give your post an introductory sentence so people looking at the pins know what they are looking at

2017-12-21 21:21:31 UTC

hows that? the bold is supposed to be the start but i gave it a "For Mining Crypto" cause it is mostly self explanitory

2017-12-21 21:29:23 UTC

Looks good, thanks!

2017-12-21 21:39:12 UTC

And if youโ€™re a lowly pleb like myself, you could always CPU mine instead of mining with GPUโ€™s. Iโ€™m currently using my laptop to acquire Electroneum. Using power from work, so itโ€™s pure profit

2017-12-21 21:59:25 UTC

mining CPU is inefficient to power consumption

2017-12-21 22:57:53 UTC

@Deleted User unless itโ€™s winter time and youโ€™re heating your house anyway. May as well generate crypto with the heating energy.

2017-12-21 23:13:41 UTC

How is that even possible?

2017-12-21 23:49:06 UTC

@Jacob what's that? CPU mining? Usually by joining a mining pool so that you get little pay-outs rather than waiting ages to solve 1 block and get the huge payout.

2017-12-21 23:50:41 UTC

How do you mine using your heating?

2017-12-22 00:02:54 UTC

Mining creates heat, it runs your processor at near 100% and your processor gives off heat when doing that. If you're already paying to heat your house, then paying the electricity to mine will do some of the task of heating your house and your furnace will do the rest.

2017-12-22 00:04:41 UTC

I used to mine on dual GPUs back in the day and they'd heat up the whole room. I'd turn on a fan to share the heat with the rest of the apartment.

2017-12-22 00:08:13 UTC


2017-12-22 00:15:44 UTC

Does anyone have any good sources for reading up on the projected pros/cons of Chia?

2017-12-22 00:54:04 UTC

Is it worth it to buy ripple even thought it just went past one dollar?

2017-12-22 00:54:12 UTC

If so, is binance a good way to do so?

2017-12-22 01:14:31 UTC

daily reminder to invest into MGTI stock

2017-12-22 01:14:48 UTC

it is one of the first companies directly tied to Bitcoin

2017-12-22 01:15:13 UTC

they will also be releasing their encrypted mobile phone soon as well

2017-12-22 01:31:35 UTC

The privacy coins (anonymous transactions) will have the greatest future. Coins like Monero (XMR), Verge (XVG), or Zcash (ZEC) cannot lose.

2017-12-22 01:31:44 UTC

XMR is just the best

2017-12-22 15:48:04 UTC

2017-12-22 15:56:18 UTC


2017-12-22 18:10:28 UTC

He bought high lol git rekt

2017-12-22 18:12:12 UTC

Daily reminder

2017-12-22 21:22:39 UTC

I bought pretty high too. But I didn't put much in and I'm patient. I think it will get back above 19000.

2017-12-22 22:32:53 UTC

I have many friends who bought at $1,000 and were mad because "I bought at the top". Now look at them.

2017-12-22 23:08:26 UTC

i bought my 4 at $600

2017-12-22 23:08:33 UTC

im riding it

2017-12-23 00:19:48 UTC

HODL is the best long term strat

2017-12-23 00:20:00 UTC

if it dips, selling is the worst thing you can do

2017-12-23 00:20:31 UTC

Of course the bubble could pop and all crypto could go down the toilet and never recover-- but let's be real, that's not gonna happen. this shit is taking off

2017-12-23 00:20:55 UTC

I bought some more BTC when it dipped to around 15k today

2017-12-23 00:35:16 UTC

bubble doesnt exist in crypto tho. that concept is faulty.

2017-12-23 00:37:06 UTC

if anything popularity will determine going rates. and as privacy coins start to gain popularity the older coins (tech wise) will fade out. coins that allow normies to get into crypto will also be good. stuff like Chain Link.

2017-12-23 02:41:05 UTC

This is an excellent detailed explanation of bitcoin that might be the #1 most influential on my knowledge in the crypto space:

2017-12-24 00:27:46 UTC

@koba >buying at $20,000 trying to make a quick buck ๐Ÿคฃ

2017-12-24 18:37:26 UTC

I'm looking at the Bitcoin Futures charts, XBT, they're really wonky though

2017-12-24 18:39:27 UTC

They go up and down as much as Bitcoin does, but really they should be smoother.

2017-12-24 18:41:27 UTC

Since they're based on a sale one month from now, so they don't need to track every little jump right now

2017-12-25 13:16:00 UTC

How does it take too buy

2017-12-25 17:25:27 UTC
2017-12-25 17:26:46 UTC

I meant how long does a purchase take

2017-12-25 17:27:21 UTC

for crypto coins?

2017-12-25 17:27:42 UTC

about 15 min max for a transaction depending on what you are getting.

2017-12-25 17:27:51 UTC

Bought $100 of lightcoin yesterday and it still hasnโ€™t gone through

2017-12-25 17:28:01 UTC

did you transfer it to your wallet?

2017-12-25 17:28:24 UTC

It still says pending

2017-12-25 17:28:32 UTC

did you sync your wallet?

2017-12-25 17:28:47 UTC

if it says pending on the site you bought it on its their problem usually

2017-12-25 17:28:59 UTC

Iโ€™m using Coinbase

2017-12-25 17:29:17 UTC

>using coinbase

2017-12-25 17:29:25 UTC

u fugged up

2017-12-25 17:29:35 UTC


2017-12-25 17:29:46 UTC

How badly?

2017-12-25 17:30:25 UTC

well if it does get into your wallet on coinbase be sure to transfer it to a hardware or offline wallet on your computer. never keep your coins on a website side server.

2017-12-25 17:30:49 UTC


2017-12-25 17:31:00 UTC

coinbase usually isnt that bad but ever since the IRS siezed information on it for transactions over 20k its fucked

2017-12-25 17:31:14 UTC

Iโ€™ll have to look into it more

2017-12-25 17:31:36 UTC

Will my transaction ever be done

2017-12-25 17:31:38 UTC

its why we use localbitcoins or localmonero or any of the other local[insert coin here] sites

2017-12-25 17:31:49 UTC


2017-12-25 17:31:52 UTC

one day

2017-12-25 17:37:08 UTC


2017-12-26 03:02:08 UTC

It takes a while to receive crypto because you sent a USD transfer to them, which takes like 4 business days and can be reversed, which is a risk for them. They plan to send you crypto, which is instant and irreversible. So theyโ€™re not going to give you the โ€œguaranteedโ€ money until the โ€œmaybeโ€ money you sent them settles out.

2017-12-26 03:02:16 UTC
2017-12-26 05:36:37 UTC

Makes sense

2017-12-26 15:55:39 UTC

2017-12-26 16:39:14 UTC

@this_that5553 is BCH just Bitcoin with faster and cheaper transfers?

2017-12-26 16:57:36 UTC

Yeah basically. The website explains it

2017-12-26 18:56:01 UTC

I actually really like bitcoin cash and their phone wallet

2017-12-26 18:56:04 UTC

pretty slick

2017-12-26 19:48:04 UTC
2017-12-26 20:04:51 UTC

@this_that5553 sounds like what bch did. though in this guy's version he divies up Satoshi Nakamoto's coins too

2017-12-26 20:05:35 UTC

Yeah idk. If thereโ€™s gonna be forks left and right, sounds pretty bad for the future tbh

2017-12-26 20:06:54 UTC

I have a feeling these at least one of these changes will be incorporated into Bitcoin core, it will solve the current transaction problems with bitcoin, and the alternative forks will fade into obscurity, but at least now they provide the competitive pressure to cause btc to innovate

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