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    "I give up on you. You're just lazy or really don't want to spend your bitcoin or... just do random wild posts on here for entertainment. I guess everyone has a hobby. Enjoy your day."

    With that you are almost on the same low level as the other no-argument-coiners.
    I ask you to fulfill a simple request and you failed.
    And no word now about the scam website you sent me via PM as an "advice".
    I can tell you why, because you have no argument against so many complaints and scam reports.
    It's the same pattern with all no-argument-coiners.
    Perhaps they should do some research themselves before posting so much nonsense.
    No facts.
    No arguments.
    Not even a fact based counter-argument.
    For example evidence, that all the people, who reported your "advice" as a scam, are mentally ill or all liars, that it is a big conspiracy to harm Bitcoin or that all these scam reports are part of Project Blue Beam and so only an illusion.

    No facts.
    No arguments.

    And if am very confident, the silent majority of the audience recognizes exactly that pattern, because they are not that idiots, the hardcore-no-argument-coiners believe.

    One reason, why here in Germany, the land of poets and thinkers and still one of the most educated countries of the world, Bitcoin is still a total flop.

    Only some low IQ pusher here try to deceive the people.

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    "here in Germany, the land of poets and thinkers and still one of the most educated countries of the world, Bitcoin is still a total flop"

    Last Wednesday a fistful of Bitwala employees protested at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin against the very smart and strict Bitcoin controls and regulations of our BaFin (Federal Financial Supervisory Authority), Germany's highest finance control organisation and one of the most serious and trusted organisations ever here in our wonderful country.

    Armed with very impressive and gigantic signs with slogans "Ask me about Bitcoin" and "Free Bitcoin" they placed also an out of order imitation Bitcoin ATM in the middle of the huge crowd with hundreds of thousands of supporters and interested people. The place around the protesters and ATM was packed to the rafters. Here a screenshot of the huge crowd, supporting the protest, an event, so important for the German people, that it will be honored surely with a top place in our history books:




    The protester in black clothes left to the imitation ATM, hanging his head, is a symbol for the event.

    It was indeed ... a total flop.

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    An impressive crowd, do not say anything. It is immediately evident that Bitcoin occupies an important place in the life of Germans ...

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    You won't believe this next story, Leopold. It sounds totally weird to me. The headline is entitled The Winklevoss Twins Want $32 Million In Allegedly Stolen Bitcoins Back

    A former Bitcoin tycoon who served a year in prison for his role facilitating transactions on the Silk Road digital drug bazaar is being sued by none other than the Winklevoss twins, (brothers Cameron Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss) the HarvardConnection creators famous for suing Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly stealing the idea for Facebook from them.

    Here's the link to the complete story:
    https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2018/11/t...coins-back/amp

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    There's some more unwelcome news for Bitcoin, Leopold. Apparently, It's destroying the World and Bank Accounts along with it.

    You won't believe how much energy it takes to get just a dollar's worth.

    Even though cryptocurrencies technically have no physical presence, they really do a make an impression on the environment -- and even could influence the amount of money people have in their accounts.

    From January 2016 to June 2018, the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education in Cincinnati watched closely on how much energy it took to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Monero on a daily basis.

    The researchers found that Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Monero respectively consumed 17 million, 7 million, 7 million and 14 million joules of energy to get $1 worth of each cryptocurrency.

    When you compare that to how much energy it takes to mine precious metals, the difference is pretty striking.

    You can read the full news article through this link: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/322882

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    How low is the IQ of some Bitcoin believers?

    Oh my Goodness!
    What's wrong with that people?

    Twitter accounts of Tesla boss Elon Musk have been hacked. Then the hackers started the greatest Crypto Giveaway in history, in total 10,000 Bitcoin for the believers.

    For being a part of this wonderful pre-Christmas gift one has only to transfer a small amount of his own Bitcoin first to an address and then you will get allegedly back 10 times, 100 times, 1 Zillion times the amount back you gave away.



    Only low IQ believers would transfer something, because everyone knows, that Twitter accounts are hacked almost every day, and why the heck should a Zillion Dollar rich man like Musk collect first if he will give it all away for free?

    Common sense?
    Heard about it?

    And look now many morons re-tweeted and liked that tweet minutes after published by the hacker.



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    You won't believe this next story, Leopold. It's absolutely insane

    Swedish man sentenced to 7 years in jail after mailing a pipe bomb to Bitcoin exchange. Fortunately, the bomb didn't detonate.

    The Swedish man has been convicted of attempted murder after sending multiple threatening letters to local politicians – and mailing a bomb-like device to a Bitcoin company in London.

    You can read more about this here:

    https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018...ryptocurrency/
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    Also here on GPWA Bitcoin pusher can promote their criminal company, because sometimes only later the true face comes to the daylight.

    A good example is schmuck Anton from Bitcasino.io, the Capo of the Bitcoin.io Crime Family, who have been caught red handed running stolen Net Entertainment games. So they are on the same low level as the AffPower Crime Family.

    Look how many thanks he received for his free Bitcoin promotion in 2016:

    http://www.gpwa.org/forum/free-bitco...es-227444.html

    His GPWA member status is now finally "banned", which says everything about him and his Bitcoin.io scam.

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    The TOP 5 insane Bitcoin predictions!
    #5 Max Keiser: Bitcoin will be $100,000 somewhere in the future
    #4 Thomas Lee: Bitcoin will be $125,000 by 2023
    #3 Tim Draper: Bitcoin will be $250,000 by 2022
    #2 Jeremy Liew and Peter Smith: Bitcoin will be $500,000 by 2030

    And finally the undefeated mentally ill all time #1:
    John McAfee: Bitcoin will rise to $1,000,000 by 2020!

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    You make some good points here, Leopold. It’s quite interesting to read that Thomas Lee believes that Bitcoin will be $125,000 by 2023 and then to read that Tim Draper believes that Bitcoin will be $250,000 by 2022.

    It makes no sense and I don’t see how that’s even possible. It’s difficult to comprehend.

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    5 recent tactics criminals use to steal your Bitcoin (and other cryptocurrency)

    Cybercriminals are making adjustments to their malware.


    While the cryptocurrency mania that drove Bitcoinís price to $20,000 may have eased, the threat posed by the most experienced cybercriminals hasnít really vanished yet.
    In fact, important information security firm Kaspersky Labs has detailed how some of the internetís most well-known malware has evolved to better target cryptocurrency users and services.


    Kasperskyís researchers identified five threats to cryptocurrency users, as hackers are rushing to exploit those who are still learning to navigate the new digital asset economy.


    Here's the link to the full story and what those 5 recent tactics are:


    https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018...-crime-trends/

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    Hey Leopold, I can't believe how much the Bitcoin cryptocurrency has plummeted already. Just last year in December, it reached nearly $20,000 USD for only 1 Bitcoin.


    Here's the latest news regarding Bitcoin.


    Bitcoin dives below $US5000 as cryptocurrencies plummet


    The slide in cryptocurrencies has accelerated, with Bitcoin piercing the $US5000 ($6857) mark for the first time since October 2017, amid guesswork that increased regulatory scrutiny will prompt issuers of initial coin offerings to liquidate holdings.


    Bitcoin declined as much as 9.1 per cent to $US4958, falling for an eighth consecutive day in what is the longest string of losses on record for the 10-year-old digital token.
    So-called other options coins slumped even more, with Ether plummeting as much as 13 per cent and Litecoin cratering as much as 14 per cent. XRP, the token that is correlated with Ripple, was the lone gainer among major digital currencies.


    On Friday, the SEC announced its first civil penalties against two cryptocurrency companies that didn't register their original coin offerings as securities. Airfox and Paragon Coin will each have to pay $US250,000 in penalties to compensate investors, and will also have to register their digital tokens as securities.


    "The selloff is related to enforcement, which is almost certainly under way,' said Justin Litchfield, chief technology officer at ProChain Capital. "Projects are being made to return investor money, which, after having spent so much of the money marketing their $US100 million ICO on a lavish party-filled road-show that was the norm for this vintage of ICOs, will be tough."


    Assumption that the sell-off was triggered by the SEC ruling may be overblown. Many of the ICOs done have already drained their wallets and likely converted their cryptocurrency into fiat, according to researcher Elementus.
    Volatility has returned to cryptocurrencies, with the largest tokens shedding billions in market value since the hard fork of Bitcoin Cash debuted last week. That came as two software-development factions failed to agree on a way to upgrade the offshoot of the original Bitcoin, leading to a computing power arms race.


    Bitcoin down more than 70 per cent


    The cryptocurrency industry has now lost more than $US660 billion in value from a January peak, according to data from CoinMarketCap.com. Bitcoin is down more than 70 per cent from its December 2017 high, the data show.
    Thomas Lee, managing partner at Fundstrat Global Advisors and a long-time crypto bull, slashed his year-end price target for Bitcoin to $US15,000 from $US25,000. The target is based on a fair value multiple of 2.2 times the break-even cost of mining, which the firm pegs at $US7000, according to a report last week.


    Bitcoin bulls may be able to take heart in some technical measures. Based on the GTI Global Strength Indicator, Bitcoin is flashing oversold for the first time since August, and its most oversold level this year. In addition, it is testing its 23.6 per cent five-year look back Fibonacci level of $US4727 as its next support.


    "It's always suspect guessing the cause of short-term price movements, but it seems likely that a lot of what's going on now is ICOs trying to liquidate all their cryptocurrency for cash to make off with the goods before the SEC comes down on them," said Bram Cohen, co-founder of the proposed digital currency Chia, which is planning an initial public offering.

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    Hi Eissa,

    thank you for your post. The 2 last posts here in this thread prior to this one, that includes 50% of everything, what this thread is about and why Hardcore-Coiners tried everything to sabotage it.

    The other 50% are about the mental illness of pushers like McAfee, the immense crime round about Bitcoin and of course unfortunately the big Bitcoin bubble in this industry.

    Most have forgotten, that after the assassination of Malta journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who deeply investigated the connection of the Gaming Industry and the Mafia, after this assassination, there is no doubt, that especially the Bitcoin segment is designed being an outlaw part.

    Prime Minister of Malta, opposition leader, Magistrate Consuelo Scerri H. and parts of the police, they are perhaps key players in the Mafia assassination of Mrs. Daphne Caruana Galizia last year and this cowardly industry - with the exception of my person and some silent intellect people - no one says one word to it, which says it all. The reactions in this case were harsh attacks of my person, even of my sick wife from a mentally ill bully from UK and later his low IQ puppet.

    Since last year officials of Italy are warning, that the Mafia is already using Bitcoin casinos for money laundering on a large scale.

    So there is no future with Bitcoin Casinos in this industry, because sooner or later they will be hijacked by Mafia Capos or their modern "Meyer Lansky Accountants", if not already done, and then the justice departments of other country which are not that corrupt than the government of Malta, will stop this offshore Mafia puppets.

    That there is already a big Mafia connection, this is no secret. The case Betway, with a proven connection to a real Italian Mafia Crime Family, which is chased by the UK Justice Department, is one more evidence, how weak this industry and their representatives or publishers of any kind are on crime, because also in this case like in the Malta Mafia Connection - with the exception of Triple7 in public and some silent people with intellect - no one cares about it obviously.

    The only way for this industry, is the Soviet way.
    Censoring, defamation and deception.

    Here in Germany I believe in latest 5 years 90% of all online casinos are banned, and in 10 years international 80% of all Bitcoin Casinos will vanish and/or their operators and financiers will be arrested.

    Leopold

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    I know once a miracle will happen

    It was a big prophecy.
    2018 will be the best Bitcoin year ever.
    Also here on GPWA the usual pusher tried everything to open your wallets.
    ... and to empty it.

    The promised 2018 Bitcoin Wave is the same flop like the predicted Blue Wave in the U.S. Midterms.

    75%+ loss in this year, and if you look closely, you can see openly and/or hidden the panic and deception attempts in other Bitcoin threads here on the forum, also by usual GPWA hardcore pusher, who are now at the brink of total disgrace, because Bitcoin is down at $4,200+, lost again 6% in the last 24 hours.

    After the all time high of $19,783 an insane, quasi sectarian hype started and a very suspicious and absurd hardcore pusher rally all over the internet, also here on GPWA. This was the start of a Ponzi-Scheme like perforation of the wallets from new believers. Their "Christmas Pusher Investement" is gone and probably forever, and one reasons have been the complete unreal transaction fees.

    This whole Bitcoin believer thing in the meantime really reminds me at the morale-boosting Zarah Leander songs of the WW II years e.g. ("Ich weiŖ, es wird einmal ein Wunder gescheh'n" ("I know once a miracle will happen"))*

    *I know
    Once a miracle will happen
    And then a 1000 fairy tales will come true
    I know
    So fast no love can be over
    Which is so huge and so wunderful
    We're both share the same star (sign)
    And your fate is also mine
    You are so far away from me and still not far
    Because our souls are one
    And that's why once a miracle will happen
    And I know
    That we'll see each other again




    Only a fistful of moderate Bitcoiners with intellect here, but Thank Goodness at least some.

    Leopold
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    Bitcoin Bubble Crash Fallout

    Miners are shutting down their rigs and selling their hardware

    One Bitcoin needs insane 51.000 kWh, the daily need of 1,700 family houses!

    With a standard price of $0,12/kWh the mining price of one Bitcoin is 6.100 $ (not including the difficulty). With a current Bitcoin price of lousy $4,3XX, it's no surprise, when the whole system is now at the brink of a total collapse.

    As a result miners pulling the emergency brake. With that the old idea of decentralization is over! Big Mining companies like China's Bitmain will be the new rulers, likely to start hash-wars, which will have a bad effect on the trust of investors.

    First Mining Company bankrupt

    On 19. November mining firm Giga Watt from Washington declared bankruptcy.
    A wonderful and strong sign for stability in the Bitcoin Bubble, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    Bitcoin Bubble Crash Fallout

    Miners are shutting down their rigs and selling their hardware

    One Bitcoin needs insane 51.000 kWh, the daily need of 1,700 family houses!

    With a standard price of $0,12/kWh the mining price of one Bitcoin is 6.100 $ (not including the difficulty). With a current Bitcoin price of lousy $4,3XX, it's no surprise, when the whole system is now at the brink of a total collapse.

    As a result miners pulling the emergency brake. With that the old idea of decentralization is over! Big Mining companies like China's Bitmain will be the new rulers, likely to start hash-wars, which will have a bad effect on the trust of investors.

    First Mining Company bankrupt

    On 19. November mining firm Giga Watt from Washington declared bankruptcy.
    A wonderful and strong sign for stability in the Bitcoin Bubble, right?

    Leopold
    I admit I was a believer 10 months back but as time passed I started to be more and more sceptic about this.. and watching the price now is shocking actually... so I'm not so sure about this currency anymore at all, I agree with you that it's looks like a bubble these days more then ever, however I still believe in the blockchain technology

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post

    With a standard price of $0,12/kWh the mining price of one Bitcoin is 6.100 $ (not including the difficulty). With a current Bitcoin price of lousy $4,3XX, it's no surprise, when the whole system is now at the brink of a total collapse.

    The difficulty will self adjust down if hashing power drops. Hence, it will no longer require so much electricity.

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    I've never seen Bitcoin this low before. 1 Bitcoin is worth only less than $4000 USD. Google announced banning all cryptocurrency related ads pushing Bitcoin prices to an all month low.

    Here's the full story:

    https://smartereum.com/5636/the-real...ed-sun-nov-25/
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