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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16140 on: December 29, 2014, 08:43:30 pm »

As the last active moderator; we global moderators can't ban users.

For a weird reason I recalled Highlander movie...
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16141 on: December 29, 2014, 08:49:50 pm »

As the last active moderator; we global moderators can't ban users.

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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16142 on: December 29, 2014, 08:55:59 pm »

Still, many people have no idea what the First Amendment means and to whom it applies.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16143 on: December 29, 2014, 09:00:28 pm »

Still, many people have no idea what the First Amendment means and to whom it applies.

Let everyone speak and separate the truth from the lies by facts.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16144 on: December 29, 2014, 09:25:29 pm »

Still, many people have no idea what the First Amendment means and to whom it applies.

Let everyone speak and separate the truth from the lies by facts.

This is a private forum, not congress. The first amendment does not apply here. See Hudgens v NLRB (1976) for a very classic case of this. (Well there's a lot of them, Pruneyard Shopping Center v. Robins (1980) is another, but IANAL).
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16145 on: December 29, 2014, 09:29:11 pm »

Still, many people have no idea what the First Amendment means and to whom it applies.

Let everyone speak and separate the truth from the lies by facts.

Oh for crying out loud.
You cannot be serious in believing that the constitution applies to private property!
That shows súch a lack of understanding of the constitution (of the US, by the way) that it's more than hilarious.

The constitution applies to government.

This, however, is a privately run forum. We keep the rules to a minimum, but yes, they are there, and yes, wé enforce them as wé see fit.

You came in here of your own accord, and the rules are easy to find: https://nxtforum.org/frequently-asked-questions/simple-forum-rules/
Rule #2 applies. Who decides that? We, the admins do.

So to summarise: your quoting the Constitution to "defend" your posting of pictures is laughable and shows the kind of idiot you are.
You quote something in a way that shows you have no clue what it's about.

That is both sad, and hilarious.

I'll be cleaning up your mess and banning you soon again. Any new account you make will also be banned. You have demonstrated not to want to abide by the rules of the house.
So, by the rules of your precious constitution, we will now defend this private property against people wishing us nothing but harm.

Goodbye.

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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16146 on: December 29, 2014, 09:50:10 pm »

Thank you Damelon for expressing better what I was about to dispatch with a couple lines.

Although I have to admit that this

I was banned for posting the above picture because the mods claimed it was "racist".

I don't know why the mods think the picture is "racist".  It just shows a greedy international banker breaking in and robbing a scared woman.  Maybe, he isn't a robber but just has cold hands and is trying to come inside to warm up his hands with her money.

The mods are making stereotyped judgments and enforcing their "racist" views on others.  Beware of people who try to censor others.  The truth has nothing to hide.  Lies fall lame.

It is definitively racist because you took a antisemite cartoon of the cliché evil and greedy Jew.

Why do you think he is Jewish?

Almost made me laugh, but doesn't cut it either. You're not even qualifying as useful troll, so I hope you don't waste your time and everyone else's by coming back.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16147 on: December 30, 2014, 03:43:51 am »

Assuming this guy really doesn't see why this is racist, and why this is a caricature, the tell is that the man was wearing a Yahmakah (sp?) which is exclusively worn by Jewish men.

The sterotype is further played out by showing someone wearing a beard with a larger-than-average nose which are also sterotypical features of Jewish men. 

Ergo, this image shows a stereotyped image of an orthodox Jewish male, intentionally drawn to look greedy or villianous.

Taking into account the stereotypes + tone of the image, we get a very racist  message (even if it were unintentional.)
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16148 on: December 30, 2014, 05:00:09 am »

Hi guys,

You have been pretty busy these last hours fighting agains racism, this is very good, congrats   ;)

But could some of you take just a few minutes of your precious time to give me a hint about my little problem ?

https://nxtforum.org/index.php?topic=7142.msg144324#msg144324

I would very much appreciate !   ;D

THANKS

UPDATED : I'VE FOUND THE ANSWER, THANKS
« Last Edit: December 30, 2014, 07:08:13 am by SwissAlps »
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16149 on: December 30, 2014, 06:50:36 am »

Cloud Mining Service Hashie.co Disappears With User Funds, Replaces Site With ARG

http://cointelegraph.com/news/113213/cloud-mining-service-hashieco-disappears-with-user-funds-replaces-site-with-arg
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16150 on: December 30, 2014, 07:44:33 am »

UPDATED : I'VE FOUND THE ANSWER, THANKS

I bet it was "42".
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16151 on: December 30, 2014, 07:54:01 am »

Cloud Mining Service Hashie.co Disappears With User Funds, Replaces Site With ARG

http://cointelegraph.com/news/113213/cloud-mining-service-hashieco-disappears-with-user-funds-replaces-site-with-arg

Another example of how PoW security fails and why it is imperative that the chain is secured by the currency users.

PoW is so clearly inferior to PoS it's not even funny.  It is outsourcing its security to profiteers at the expense of inflation for its currency users and opening itself up for attack via a hashpower coup d'etat.  What a terrible system PoW has become.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16152 on: December 30, 2014, 07:58:39 am »

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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16153 on: December 30, 2014, 08:19:55 am »

coup d'etat

Ah, it was you in that BTT thread...
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16154 on: December 30, 2014, 09:02:35 am »

Cloud Mining Service Hashie.co Disappears With User Funds, Replaces Site With ARG

http://cointelegraph.com/news/113213/cloud-mining-service-hashieco-disappears-with-user-funds-replaces-site-with-arg

Another example of how PoW security fails and why it is imperative that the chain is secured by the currency users.

PoW is so clearly inferior to PoS it's not even funny.  It is outsourcing its security to profiteers at the expense of inflation for its currency users and opening itself up for attack via a hashpower coup d'etat.  What a terrible system PoW has become.

Yep. Bitcoin is wasting a lot of resources and it's not even as secure as those fanatics want you to believe.
Bitcoin and all POW are crap.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16155 on: December 30, 2014, 10:38:09 am »

I've said this before, but in early 2011 when I first discovered BTC, I immediately had two distinct observations.

1. "This is literally amazing and it will change the world!"
2. "Ok, this software is crap and this idea has to evolve."

I've been saying the same thing for 4 years.  This is amzing tech but if the evolution of the tech doesn't take place AND surpass the original concept-coin, cryptocurrency will strictly be a small-time, "boutique" investment market.

I hate to admit this but early BTCers love their precious little, arcane stone implements so much that I fear cryptocurrency will never go mainstream.  Outside of the crypto-community, there is only BTC.  We need early adopters who are willing to expend their coffers of BTC to invest in the future.  So far, I've seen nearly none of that.

Not trying to be down, but this is just getting old.  We need innovation and it needs to be seen as useful by the mainstream.  Let's hope that projects like Lyth and Jinn (and I'm sure many others) will help shed new light on crypto the population at-large.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16156 on: December 30, 2014, 11:16:42 am »

I've said this before, but in early 2011 when I first discovered BTC, I immediately had two distinct observations.

1. "This is literally amazing and it will change the world!"
2. "Ok, this software is crap and this idea has to evolve."

I've been saying the same thing for 4 years.  This is amzing tech but if the evolution of the tech doesn't take place AND surpass the original concept-coin, cryptocurrency will strictly be a small-time, "boutique" investment market.

I hate to admit this but early BTCers love their precious little, arcane stone implements so much that I fear cryptocurrency will never go mainstream.  Outside of the crypto-community, there is only BTC.  We need early adopters who are willing to expend their coffers of BTC to invest in the future.  So far, I've seen nearly none of that.

Not trying to be down, but this is just getting old.  We need innovation and it needs to be seen as useful by the mainstream.  Let's hope that projects like Lyth and Jinn (and I'm sure many others) will help shed new light on crypto the population at-large.

There are over 600 crypto currencies in existence. You can't really say there hasn't been evolution...
When I recall the evolution of Internet as I lived it, in the early 90's, the concept had started and some people were using it. A little.
By 1995 it was going mainstream, with a lot of geeks jumping in.
But the year 2000 was over before we really saw the big picture, with large access providers, Google growing, Facebook (2004), Amazon (first profit in 2001), etc.
It takes some years to settle in...
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16157 on: December 30, 2014, 11:29:56 am »

I've said this before, but in early 2011 when I first discovered BTC, I immediately had two distinct observations.

1. "This is literally amazing and it will change the world!"
2. "Ok, this software is crap and this idea has to evolve."

I've been saying the same thing for 4 years.  This is amzing tech but if the evolution of the tech doesn't take place AND surpass the original concept-coin, cryptocurrency will strictly be a small-time, "boutique" investment market.

I hate to admit this but early BTCers love their precious little, arcane stone implements so much that I fear cryptocurrency will never go mainstream.  Outside of the crypto-community, there is only BTC.  We need early adopters who are willing to expend their coffers of BTC to invest in the future.  So far, I've seen nearly none of that.

Not trying to be down, but this is just getting old.  We need innovation and it needs to be seen as useful by the mainstream.  Let's hope that projects like Lyth and Jinn (and I'm sure many others) will help shed new light on crypto the population at-large.

There are over 600 crypto currencies in existence. You can't really say there hasn't been evolution...
When I recall the evolution of Internet as I lived it, in the early 90's, the concept had started and some people were using it. A little.
By 1995 it was going mainstream, with a lot of geeks jumping in.
But the year 2000 was over before we really saw the big picture, with large access providers, Google growing, Facebook (2004), Amazon (first profit in 2001), etc.
It takes some years to settle in...

Additionally, the internet used by the masses in 2000 was not like the web used in the early 90s (telnet email in the late 90s, for example, vs gmail now). When people don't realise they are using crypto, or don't need to know, then it will have come of age.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16158 on: December 30, 2014, 11:49:23 am »

Shouldn't the links to the client on nxt.org be changed? The linux client directs to 1.4.5 but the others for Windows and Mac point to the 2.0.0 autoinstaller with Nrs 1.3.1, I read in this forum that the latter will not update past 1.3.5 because it is no longer supported.
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Re: Price speculation
« Reply #16159 on: December 30, 2014, 11:58:12 am »

Shouldn't the links to the client on nxt.org be changed? The linux client directs to 1.4.5 but the others for Windows and Mac point to the 2.0.0 autoinstaller with Nrs 1.3.1, I read in this forum that the latter will not update past 1.3.5 because it is no longer supported.

No, it will be updated later today. (I didn't update the 1.3.x releases because they are not hard forks) and the earlier 1.4 releases were experimental.
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