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#41 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 05:32

Here!


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Yeah but at what point do you sell or buy with bitcoin?

You lose either way...

If I buy a McLaren 720S for $280,000 in bitcoin and
bitcoin goes up, I lose money...
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#42 by Lalahh » Tue Nov 21, 2017 05:40

only thing id ever spend it on is if i was going on an overseas trip .. and only the amount i had deposited for that trip right before that trip... not a cent more... lol
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#43 by Lalahh » Tue Nov 21, 2017 05:41

dont buy anything in bitcoin... buy the bitcoin... let it mature... its gonna. there's only ever gonna be a finite number of bitcoin, but always more people that need some and want some.. thus the value will always go up... its even about to be traded in futures... amongst some other really exciting things... ''to the moon'' :D !!!!
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#44 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 05:50

If bitcoin had a cap of $400 a coin I would be interested...

As it is, I have no interest in paying .0000123BTC for anything...

Besides, someone has to keep all the dollars safe...
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#45 by ailyns » Tue Nov 21, 2017 07:58

sorry but i dont know how to cheat....hmmm
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#46 by Arvind9 » Tue Nov 21, 2017 09:52

tasman1 wrote: Are We still here ?

Why not we are in a bowling alley didn't you hear some guys got bowled out here,my friend Marcel not seen him for long
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#47 by Kayteebug » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:10

thank you Valarie!
I don't put any stock on reviews on the internet. ignore bad apples. this is good to know. thanks for thinking of those like me who use this to help our family financially allow me to homeschool my daughter and make income at the same time.
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#48 by valerie » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:20

@Lalahh

You are correct, I am often matter of fact. Do keep in mind, you see very little here as
well as other members.

It doesn't matter what I say or don't say. There are always those people that are in fact
rude and focused on causing any little bit of trouble they can. They search for faults in
others. They focus on any little word or lack of word so they can start an argument. I
try to ignore this because I realize that often it is something in their own self or happening
in their own life, that is causing them to act they way they do.

With some people, no matter how much help you give them, they still focus on the negative
and/or try to blame others for their own inhibitions or lack of earning.

There's all kinds of people in the world and moderating a very active forum, is not easy.
Even the admins stay away! I was moderator for years, from the very start of the forums.
Only in recent months did I give up being a moderator. A few reasons why I stopped.

Being a forum moderator is a volunteer position. It is not an administration job. To be
fair, I will state that Jim began at some early point, giving free upgrades to the mods and
a small stipend at years end. IF I had been paid something monthly for my time, I am
positive my posts would have been primarily what some moderators did when they were
here.....not much more than a copy/paste from the FAQ. In addition, I am sure I would
have completely ignored the asxholes that abound at times in these forums.

Members do not see what moderators see. There can be a lot that goes on behind the
scenes. Members do not always see all posts made by a member. A member might read
one post and wonder why another member or moderator replies in such a way.

In regards to smilies, what can I say? Good grief? As a moderator and even as of now,
I do use smilies. Not all the time of course and certainly not a ton of them in my posts.
You are correct in that some times posting a smilie, even in an email, will result in less
of a chill or better understanding. Most people don't have time to type a book and can
often be misunderstood.

Actually, I kind of wonder if they are not going to do away with the forums. Activity
in the forums is way down. Even in the Tasks forum, few post in comparison. I would
have done a blog for them and/or sent out a weekly or bi-weekly email to members, or
held some fun contests at the forums. I believe all those things help considerably in
regards to members staying active. BUT I think ClixSense is giving off sort of a take
it or leave it attitude which is not necessarily bad. There are programs that mostly run
their self and that is the stage this one is at.

The bottomline, I really don't believe members here should take anything other members
say, whether good or bad, too seriously. It is not the other member that is doing the work
for you. Referrals excluded.
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#49 by Raizvan » Tue Nov 21, 2017 18:33

DannyChiarelli wrote:
Lalahh wrote: oh and ps.... engageme.tv is great... if its not crediting much after an hour... close it and restart it and pick another. but yknow what im running that in mostly? bitcoinget....... its up over $8200.xx right now... and only going up.... never too late to get in... people are all the time ohh its 800... i waited too long... no you didnt! only wait too long if it gets to around 70,000 and you stilll dont have any lol

You know how much $70,000 is going to be worth next year?

$70,000


Not exactly.

The physical permanent value of fiat might remain the same but the "value worth" changes.

In fact the US dollar has lost about 99% of its value in the last 100 years.

The $100 bill you hold today, has kept its permanent value (that it is a $100 bill) but its worth value has dropped a lot.

All you have to do is look at the national debt currently, and you will see that its not only historical but an ongoing process.
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#50 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 19:11

Dollar is nothing more then a note...


Based on the gold standard,

A gold coin could buy a loaf of bread 100 years ago.

Today that same coin can still buy a loaf of bread...


"value worth" is subjective, no?

Xbox might be value worth $500, I'll never pay that...
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#51 by Raizvan » Tue Nov 21, 2017 20:25

DannyChiarelli wrote: Dollar is nothing more then a note...


Based on the gold standard,

A gold coin could buy a loaf of bread 100 years ago.

Today that same coin can still buy a loaf of bread...


"value worth" is subjective, no?

Xbox might be value worth $500, I'll never pay that...

The Dollar is not based on the Gold standard.

It is based on the total output of the economy, as well as the supply of dollars vs demand in existence.

Simple. The more money gets printed, the less each individual dollar is worth.

The dollar isn't backed by anything except the full faith and credit of the US Gov, and the US is in massive debt.
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#52 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 21:01

What did I say????


F sake...


Quote:Dollar is nothing more then a note...

Quote:Based on the gold standard,

A gold coin could buy a loaf of bread 100 years ago.

Today that same coin can still buy a loaf of bread...

Quote:"value worth" is subjective, no?

Xbox might be value worth $500, I'll never pay that...



Where did I say "The Dollar is based on the Gold standard."?


Two posts back to back where we said the same thing.....
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#53 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 21:06

If I buy a loaf of bread today in Bitcoin.

How many Bitcoin would I pay in 100 years???

I could not buy bread with the same amount of Bitcoin...



That was my point...
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#54 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 21:15

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#55 by Charez » Tue Nov 21, 2017 21:26

2011 Bitcoin is useless
2012 Bitcoin is for criminal activities
2013 Bitcoin is expensive
2014 Bitcoin is dead
2016 Bitcoin is a bubble
2017 hey bro do you have a Bitcoin to sell me?

:lol: :lol:
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#56 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 21:33

BTC = The internet Crack of the 21st century...
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#57 by Raizvan » Tue Nov 21, 2017 22:42

DannyChiarelli wrote: If I buy a loaf of bread today in Bitcoin.

How many Bitcoin would I pay in 100 years???

I could not buy bread with the same amount of Bitcoin...



That was my point...

And you think it will be worth the same in USD? What is your point exactly?

Do you understand what inflation means?

Lets have some fun,

Look up what something cost in dollars in 1950.

Now tell me how much that would cost today in 2017.

I dont care what it is, clothes, trading cards, you pick.

Edit: Here, I saved you the trouble:

Strength of US dollar over last century - Business Insider
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#58 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 23:08

Still have no idea what the dollar has to do with me ---

Quote:You know how much $70,000 is going to be worth next year?

$70,000


TRIGGERED!!!


Are we done yet...


In 5 weeks I will let you know what $70,000 looks like... :roll:
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#59 by Raizvan » Tue Nov 21, 2017 23:19

DannyChiarelli wrote: Still have no idea what the dollar has to do with me ---


Are we done yet...


It was based on your reply where you said todays $70,000 would be worth the same $70,000 in the future.

Seems you missed that, but no worries.

No idea where you pulled the gold standard from or how it was even relevant.
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#60 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Nov 21, 2017 23:20

You got me ,,, see above...
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