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3 hours ago, TheGingerQuiff said:

Homeland security being involved not defeat the object of crypto?!

I'd imagine they and others are behind a lot of it. :lol:

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4 hours ago, zerosum said:

just bought some.. but i’m sending them straight to cryptopia to trade them for factom while the exchange rate is good haha

Sound move. Just read up a bit on Cryptopia. :)

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4 hours ago, Park Life said:

Sound move. Just read up a bit on Cryptopia. :)

 

To be honest Cryptopia was the only exchange I could find where I could get fct. Bittrex list them and are apparently the biggest, but have stopped accepting new customers due to high demand, and I gave up on Poloniex.. tried to get verified twice but wouldn’t detect my webcam for ID.

 

It seems ok, a bit home made :icon_lol: but I’ve had no issues sending coins back and forth.

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10 hours ago, zerosum said:

 

To be honest Cryptopia was the only exchange I could find where I could get fct. Bittrex list them and are apparently the biggest, but have stopped accepting new customers due to high demand, and I gave up on Poloniex.. tried to get verified twice but wouldn’t detect my webcam for ID.

 

It seems ok, a bit home made :icon_lol: but I’ve had no issues sending coins back and forth.

It's cause they don't exist bro. :)

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I think all you need to do to win in this crypto game is follow john mcafee and buy AFTER his pump and dumps . lol

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4 minutes ago, TheGingerQuiff said:

It got McAfee pumped 

Fucking right ha.. but he’s right . It’s a solid long term investment. I’m already well up from low $30 average 

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I tend to lean slightly towards that as far as bitcoin goes.. it’s still several years away from mass adoption.. and even then it’s slow and expensive compared to other newer coins..

 

However.. Blockchain as a technology for security, verification and sending of information is something that can’t be ignored and will disrupt many industries over the next decade.. imo.

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40 minutes ago, zerosum said:

I tend to lean slightly towards that as far as bitcoin goes.. it’s still several years away from mass adoption.. and even then it’s slow and expensive compared to other newer coins..

 

However.. Blockchain as a technology for security, verification and sending of information is something that can’t be ignored and will disrupt many industries over the next decade.. imo.

 

he does say Blockchain is good tech but it's open source.

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10 minutes ago, zerosum said:

0ef14e72c2941eb248f4b7f8ca6ccb8559966a3f

 

That certainly looks like it was put together by someone on top of their tech game. 

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people can laugh, mock, take the piss, call me a nob.. all of the above.. but those are the same type of people who mocked when people were buying google, amazon or apple shares for a few dollars decades ago.. “it’s all a fad”.. “ponzi scheme”.. “it will end in tears”.. 

 

Blockchain has the potential to create unreal generational wealth. I wasn’t in the right place when .com came along, I’m not missing out this time. /end 

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