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BitcoinBCH.com accidentally publishes on-chain proof that they fake BCHs adoption metrics. Post to r/btc gets deleted and OP is now permanently banned.

Everybody who has posted this on btc has been banned according to modlog. Total of 9 users so far. Don't post this on btc or you will get banned. If you get banned comment on this thread or PM me.

May 2020:

According to btc modlogs, mc-78 has been banned because he questioned the April report with this comment.

According to btc modlogs, BCH4TW has been banned because he questioned the April report with this comment.

March 2020:

According to btc modlogs, bch4god has been banned because he questioned the February report with this comment.

According to btc modlogs, ISeeGregPeople has been banned because he linked to this thread in his comment.

February 2020:

According to btc modlogs, whene-is-satoshi has been banned because he linked to this thread in his comment.

January 2020:

According to btc modlogs, cryptokittykiller's post has been removed for linking to this thread.

According to btc modlogs, bashcalf has now been banned for linking to this thread.

According to btc modlogs, EnterLayer2 has now been banned for this post pointing out that this thread has reached 1000 upvotes.

This article was posted by bitcoinsatellite on btc here. Once it reached frontpage it got deleted and OP was banned from btc and bitcoincash as a result.

Disclaimer: I am not and have never been affiliated with any of the mentioned parties in a private or professional matter.
Presumably in an attempt to smear a local competitor, Hayden Otto inadvertently publishes irrefutable on-chain proof that he excluded non-BCH retail revenue to shape the "BCH #1 in Australia" narrative.
  • Scroll down to "Proof of exclusion" if you are tired of the drama recap.
  • Scroll down to "TLDR" if you want a summary.

Recap

In September 2019, BitcoinBCH.com started publishing so called monthly "reports" about crypto retail payments in Australia. They claimed that ~90% of Australia's crypto retail revenue is processed via their own HULA system and that ~92% of all crypto retail revenue happens in BCH.
They are aggregating two data sources to come up with this claim.
One is TravelByBit (TBB) who publishes their PoS transactions (BTC, LN, ETH, BNB, DASH, BCH) live on a ticker.
The other source is HULA, a newly introduced POS system (BCH only) and direct competitor to TBB run by BitcoinBCH.com - the same company who created the report. Despite being on-chain their transactions are private, not published and not verifiable by third parties outside BitcoinBCH.com
Two things stood out in the "reports", noted by multiple users (including vocal BCH proponents):
  • The non-BCH parts must have tx excluded and the report neglects to mention it (the total in their TBB analysis does not match what is reported on the TBB website.)
  • The BCH part has outliers included (e.g. BCH city conference in September with 35x the daily average)
The TBB website loads the historic tx data in the browser but hides transactions older than 7 days from being displayed, i.e. you can access more than 7 days worth of data if you understand JavaScript and can read the source code (source).

Hayden Otto's reaction

In direct response to me publishing these findings on btc, Hayden Otto - an employee at BitcoinBCH.com and the author of the report who also happens to be a moderator of /BitcoinCash - banned me immediately from said sub (source).
In subsequent discussion (which repeated for every monthly "report" which was flawed in the same ways as described above), Hayden responded using the same tactics:
"No data was removed"
"The guy is straight out lying. There is guaranteed no missing tx as the data was collected directly from the source." (source)
"Only data I considered non-retail was removed"
"I also had these data points and went through them to remove non-retail transactions, on both TravelbyBit and HULA." (source)
He admits to have removed non-BCH tx by "Game Ranger" because he considers them non-retail (source). He also implies they might be involved in money laundering and that TBB might fail their AML obligations in processing Game Ranger's transactions (source).
The report does not mention any data being excluded at all and he still fails to explain why several businesses that are clearly retail (e.g. restaurants, cafes, markets) had tx excluded (source).
"You are too late to prove I altered the data"
"[...] I recorded [the data] manually from https://travelbybit.com/stats/ over the month of September. The website only shows transactions from the last 7 days and then they disappear. No way for anyone to access stats beyond that." (source)
Fortunately you can, if you can read the website's source code. But you need to know a bit of JavaScript to verify it yourself, so not an ideal method to easily prove the claim of data exclusion to the public. But it laters turns out Hayden himself has found an easier way to achieve the same.
"The report can't be wrong because it has been audited."
In response to criticism about the flawed methodology in generating the September report, BitcoinBCH.com hired an accountant from a regional Bitcoin BCH startup to "audit" the October report. This is remarkable, because not only did their reported TBB totals still not match those from the TBB site - their result was mathematically impossible. How so? No subset of TBB transaction in that month sums up to the total they reported. So even if they excluded retail transactions at will, they still must have messed up the sum (source). Why didn't their auditor notice their mistake? She said she "conducted a review based on the TravelByBit data provided to her", i.e. the data acquisition and selection process was explicitly excluded from the audit (source).
"You are a 'pathetic liar', a 'desperate toll', an 'astroturf account' and 'a total dumb ass' and are 'pulling numbers out of your ass!'"
Since he has already banned me from the sub he moderates, he started to resort to ad hominems (source, source, source, source).

Proof of exclusion

I published raw data as extracted from the TBB site after each report for comparison. Hayden responded that I made those numbers up and that I was pulling numbers out of my ass.
Since he was under the impression that
"The website only shows transactions from the last 7 days and then they disappear. No way for anyone to access stats beyond that." (source)
he felt confident to claim that I would be
unable to provide a source for the [missing] data and/or prove that that data was not already included in the report. (source)
Luckily for us Hayden Otto seems to dislike his competitor TravelByBit so much that he attempted to reframe Bitcoin's RBF feature as a vulnerability specific to TBB PoS system (source).
While doublespending a merchant using the TBB PoS he wanted to prove that the merchant successfully registered the purchase as complete and thus exposed that the PoS sales history of TBB's merchants are available to the public (source), in his own words:
"You can literally access it from a public URL in the Web browser. There is no login or anything required, just type in the name of the merchant." (source)
As of yet it is unclear if this is intentional by TBB or if Hayden Ottos followed the rules of responsible disclosure before publishing this kind of data leak.
As it happens, those sale histories do not only include the merchant and time of purchases, they even include the address the funds were sent to (in case of on-chain payments).
This gives us an easy method to prove that the purchases from the TBB website missing in the reports belong to a specific retail business and actually happened - something that is impossible to prove for the alleged HULA txs.
In order to make it easier for you to verify it yourself, we'll focus on a single day in the dataset, September 17th, 2019 as an example:
  • Hayden Otto's report claims 20 tx and $713.00 in total for that day (source)
  • The TBB website listed 40 tx and a total of $1032.90 (daily summary)
  • Pick a merchant, e.g. "The Stand Desserts"
  • Use Hayden's "trick" to access that merchants public sale history at https://www.livingroomofsatoshi.com/merchanthistory/thestanddesserts, sort by date to find the 17th Sep 2019 and look for a transaction at 20:58 for $28. This proves that a purchase of said amount is associated with this specific retail business.
  • Paste the associated crypto on-chain address 17MrHiRcKzCyuKPtvtn7iZhAZxydX8raU9 in a blockchain explorer of your choice, e.g like this. This proves that a transfer of funds has actually happened.
I let software aggregate the TBB statistics with the public sale histories and you'll find at the bottom of this post a table with the on-chain addresses conveniently linked to blockchain explorers for our example date.
The total of all 40 tx is $1032.90 instead of the $713.00 reported by Hayden. 17 tx of those have a corresponding on-chain address and thus have undeniable proof of $758.10. Of the remaining 23, 22 are on Lightning and one had no merchant history available.
This is just for a single day, here is a comparison for the whole month.
Description Total
TBB Total $10,502
TBB wo. Game Ranger $5,407
TBB according to Hayden $3,737

What now?

The usual shills will respond in a predictive manner: The data must be fake even though its proof is on-chain, I would need to provide more data but HULA can be trusted without any proof, if you include outliers BCH comes out ahead, yada, yada.
But this is not important. I am not here to convince them and this post doesn't aim to.
The tx numbers we are talking about are less than 0.005% of Bitcoin's global volume. If you can increase adoption in your area by 100% by just buying 2 coffees more per day you get a rough idea about how irrelevant the numbers are in comparison.
What is relevant though and what this post aims to highlight is that BitcoinBCH.com and the media outlets around news.bitcoin.com flooding you with the BCH #1 narrative are playing dirty. They feel justified because they feel that Bitcoin/Core/Blockstream is playing dirty as well. I am not here to judge that but you as a reader of this sub should be aware that this is happening and that you are the target.
When BitcoinBCH.com excludes $1,000 Bitcoin tx because of high value but includes $15,000 BCH tx because they are made by "professionals", you should be sceptical.
When BitcoinBCH.com excludes game developers, travel businesses or craftsmen accepting Bitcoin because they don't have a physical store but include a lawyer practice accepting BCH, you should be sceptical.
When BitcoinBCH.com excludes restaurants, bars and supermarkets accepting Bitcoin and when pressed reiterate that they excluded non-retail businesses without ever explaning why a restaurant shouldn't be considered reatil, you should be sceptical.
When BitcoinBCH.com claims the reports have been audited but omit that the data acquisition was not part of the audit, you should be sceptical.
I expect that BitcoinBCH.com will stop removing transactions from TBB for their reports now that it has been shown that their exclusion can be provably uncovered. I also expect that HULA's BCH numbers will rise accordingly to maintain a similar difference.
Hayden Otto assumed that nobody could cross-check the TBB data. He was wrong. Nobody will be able to disprove his claims when HULA's BCH numbers rise as he continues to refuse their release. You should treat his claims accordingly.
As usual, do your own research and draw your own conclusion. Sorry for the long read.

TLDR

  • BitcoinBCH.com claimed no transactions were removed from the TBB dataset in their BCH #1 reports and that is impossible to prove the opposite.
  • Hayden Otto's reveals in a double spend attempt that a TBB merchant's sale history can be accessed publicly including the merchant's on-chain addresses.
  • (For example,) this table shows 40 tx listed on the TBB site on Sep 17th, including their on-chain addresses where applicable. The BitcoinBCH.com report lists only 20 tx for the same day.
  • (Most days and every months so far has had BTC transactions excluded.)
  • (For September, TBB lists $10,502 yet the report only claims $3,737.
No. Date Merchant Asset Address Amount Total
1 17 Sep 19 09:28 LTD Espresso Lightning Unable to find merchant history. 4.50 4.50
2 17 Sep 19 09:40 LTD Espresso Binance Coin Unable to find merchant history. 4.50 9.00
3 17 Sep 19 13:22 Josh's IGA Murray Bridge West Ether 0x40fd53aa...b6de43c531 4.60 13.60
4 17 Sep 19 13:23 Nom Nom Korean Eatery Lightning lnbc107727...zkcqvvgklf 16.00 29.60
5 17 Sep 19 13:24 Nom Nom Korean Eatery Lightning lnbc100994...mkspwddgqw 15.00 44.60
6 17 Sep 19 14:02 Nom Nom Korean Eatery Binance Coin bnb1w5mwu9...552thl4ru5 30.00 74.60
7 17 Sep 19 15:19 Dollars and Sense (Fortitude Valley) Lightning lnbc134780...93cpanyxfg 2.00 76.60
8 17 Sep 19 15:34 Steph's Cafe Binance Coin bnb124hcjy...ss3pz9y3r8 57.50 134.10
9 17 Sep 19 19:37 The Stand Desserts Binance Coin bnb13f58s9...qqc7fxln7s 18.00 152.10
10 17 Sep 19 19:59 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc575880...48cpl0z06q 8.50 160.60
11 17 Sep 19 20:00 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc575770...t8spzjflym 8.50 169.10
12 17 Sep 19 20:13 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc202980...lgqp5ha8f4 3.00 172.10
13 17 Sep 19 20:21 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc577010...decq7r4p05 8.50 180.60
14 17 Sep 19 20:24 Fat Dumpling Lightning lnbc217145...9dsqpjjr6g 32.10 212.70
15 17 Sep 19 20:31 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc574530...wvcpp3pcen 8.50 221.20
16 17 Sep 19 20:33 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc540660...rpqpzgk8z0 8.00 229.20
17 17 Sep 19 20:37 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc128468...r8cqq50p5c 19.00 248.20
18 17 Sep 19 20:39 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc135220...cngp2zq6q4 2.00 250.20
19 17 Sep 19 20:45 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc574570...atcqg738p8 8.50 258.70
20 17 Sep 19 20:51 Fat Dumpling Lightning lnbc414190...8hcpg79h9a 61.20 319.90
21 17 Sep 19 20:53 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc135350...krqqp3cz8z 2.00 321.90
22 17 Sep 19 20:58 The Stand Desserts Bitcoin 17MrHiRcKz...ZxydX8raU9 28.00 349.90
23 17 Sep 19 21:02 The Stand Desserts Bitcoin 1Hwy8hCBff...iEh5fBsCWK 10.00 359.90
24 17 Sep 19 21:03 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc743810...dvqqnuunjq 11.00 370.90
25 17 Sep 19 21:04 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc114952...2vqpclm87p 17.00 387.90
26 17 Sep 19 21:10 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc169160...lpqqqt574c 2.50 390.40
27 17 Sep 19 21:11 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc575150...40qq9yuqmy 8.50 398.90
28 17 Sep 19 21:13 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc947370...qjcp3unr33 14.00 412.90
29 17 Sep 19 21:15 The Stand Desserts Binance Coin bnb1tc2vva...xppes5t7d0 16.00 428.90
30 17 Sep 19 21:16 Giardinetto Binance Coin bnb1auyep2...w64p6a6dlk 350.00 778.90
31 17 Sep 19 21:25 The Stand Desserts BCH 3H2iJaKNXH...5sxPk3t2tV 7.00 785.90
32 17 Sep 19 21:39 The Stand Desserts Binance Coin bnb17r7x3e...avaxwumc58 8.00 793.90
33 17 Sep 19 21:47 The Stand Desserts BCH 32kuPYT1tc...uFQwgsA5ku 18.00 811.90
34 17 Sep 19 21:52 The Stand Desserts BCH 3ELPvxtCSy...4QzvfVJsNZ 36.00 847.90
35 17 Sep 19 21:56 The Stand Desserts Lightning lnbc677740...acsp04sjeg 10.00 857.90
36 17 Sep 19 22:04 The Stand Desserts BCH 38b4wHg9cg...9L2WXC2BSK 54.00 911.90
37 17 Sep 19 22:16 The Stand Desserts Binance Coin bnb14lylhs...x6wz7kjzp5 18.00 929.90
38 17 Sep 19 22:21 The Stand Desserts BCH 3L8SK3Hr7u...F3htdSPxfL 90.00 1019.90
39 17 Sep 19 22:30 The Stand Desserts Binance Coin bnb19w6tle...774uknv57t 5.00 1024.90
40 17 Sep 19 22:48 The Stand Desserts BCH 3Qag8c4UYg...9EYuWzGjhs 8.00 1032.90
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Default English word list

Alright so, I took the default database from there https://skribbliohints.github.io/ and with the help of html, I extracted the words to a list separated by commas. It's useful when you want to translate those words into your native language.
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Finally, here it is, enjoy the scribbling ^^ :

ABBA, AC/DC, Abraham Lincoln, Adidas, Africa, Aladdin, America, Amsterdam, Android, Angelina Jolie, Angry Birds, Antarctica, Anubis, Apple, Argentina, Asia, Asterix, Atlantis, Audi, Australia, BMW, BMX, Bambi, Band-Aid, Barack Obama, Bart Simpson, Batman, Beethoven, Bible, Big Ben, Bill Gates, Bitcoin, Black Friday, Bomberman, Brazil, Bruce Lee, Bugs Bunny, Canada, Capricorn, Captain America, Cat Woman, Cerberus, Charlie Chaplin, Chewbacca, China, Chinatown, Christmas, Chrome, Chuck Norris, Colosseum, Cookie Monster, Crash Bandicoot, Creeper, Croatia, Cuba, Cupid, DNA, Daffy Duck, Darwin, Darwin Watterson, Deadpool, Dexter, Discord, Donald Duck, Donald Trump, Dora, Doritos, Dracula, Dumbo, Earth, Easter, Easter Bunny, Egypt, Eiffel tower, Einstein, Elmo, Elon Musk, Elsa, Eminem, England, Europe, Excalibur, Facebook, Family Guy, Fanta, Ferrari, Finn, Finn and Jake, Flash, Florida, France, Frankenstein, Fred Flintstone, Gandalf, Gandhi, Garfield, Germany, God, Goofy, Google, Great Wall, Greece, Green Lantern, Grinch, Gru, Gumball, Happy Meal, Harry Potter, Hawaii, Hello Kitty, Hercules, Hollywood, Home Alone, Homer Simpson, Hula Hoop, Hulk, Ikea, India, Intel, Ireland, Iron Giant, Iron Man, Israel, Italy, Jack-o-lantern, Jackie Chan, James Bond, Japan, JayZ, Jenga, Jesus Christ, Jimmy Neutron, John Cena, Johnny Bravo, KFC, Katy Perry, Kermit, Kim Jong-un, King Kong, Kirby, Kung Fu, Lady Gaga, Las Vegas, Lasagna, Lego, Leonardo DiCaprio, Leonardo da Vinci, Lion King, London, London Eye, Luigi, MTV, Madagascar, Mario, Mark Zuckerberg, Mars, McDonalds, Medusa, Mercedes, Mercury, Mexico, Michael Jackson, Mickey Mouse, Microsoft, Milky Way, Minecraft, Miniclip, Minion, Minotaur, Mona Lisa, Monday, Monster, Mont Blanc, Morgan Freeman, Morse code, Morty, Mount Everest, Mount Rushmore, Mozart, Mr. Bean, Mr. Meeseeks, Mr Bean, Mr Meeseeks, Mummy, NASCAR, Nasa, Nemo, Neptune, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nike, Nintendo Switch, North Korea, Northern Lights, Norway, Notch, Nutella, 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THE MOST CRYPTO-FRIENDLY CITIES IN THE WORLD

THE MOST CRYPTO-FRIENDLY CITIES IN THE WORLD
If you love travelling and are also cryptocurrency enthusiasts, who prefers using digital coins instead of cash, there are plenty of cities around the world that accept cryptocurrency payments. But which cities are the most crypto-friendly? 😃

🌍 Amsterdam
The capital of the Netherlands is quite famous for how open it is to cryptocurrency. Amsterdam is home to leading Bitcoin startups, including BitPlay and BitFury. You can also do fun activities, such as visiting the Bitcoin Embassy, the place where the crypto community actively promotes Bitcoin through various efforts. In 2015, Amsterdam opened its famous Bitcoin Boulevard, which is a street where most merchants accept Bitcoin as payment for their services and products.

🌍 Toronto
Canada is known for being one of the most welcoming countries for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Throughout the past 10 years, Toronto has become one of the world’s most crypto-friendly cities in the world, hosting a number of quite successful crypto enterprises. In addition, there are over 200 crypto ATMs, spread across Toronto. On a worldwide level, this is one of the biggest numbers of ATMs that can be found in a city.

🌍 Prague
Prague is also one of the biggest venues in Europe accepting cryptocurrencies. If you are travelling to Prague, you can easily rent an apartment and pay it with cryptocurrency, pay for your food in many restaurants and purchase many products and services. Moreover, there’s a famous espresso bar, called Bitcoin coffee, where the only accepted mode of payment is Bitcoin. The second apartment in the world that was purchased using cryptocurrency is located in Prague. It was bought in 2017 for 35 Bitcoins.

🌍 San Francisco
The city has almost 200 merchants accepting Bitcoin and approximately 60 ATMs that process cryptocurrency conversions. Further to that, San Francisco is home to Coinbase, one of the most famous cryptocurrency exchange platforms. Many other cryptocurrency and blockchain companies choose San Francisco for their headquarters due to its fast-paced blockchain market and blockchain-obsessed locals.

🌍 Zug
Switzerland has become one of the earliest adopters of cryptocurrencies. If you go to Zug, you can find a dentist that accepts cryptocurrency. Though Zug is a small city and less known as some of the other cities on the list, it is regarded as one of the most technologically advanced cities on a global scale. Zug has also earned the nickname of “Crypto Valley”. A few years ago, Zug even became the first city to accept Bitcoin for paying taxes. It’s basically heaven on Earth for cryptocurrency enthusiasts.

What about your city? How crypto-friendly is it? 😁
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Converting sats into social media attention and Bitcoin-enabled experiences. Why tip and how much? Tips incoming...

Been experimenting with lntip since last night. Idk if any of the recipients have withdrawn. Probably best to setup a wallet, open a channel if you have the coin and do that since lightning is so seamless.
Anyway, as I started tipping I was looking for comments that I like from an educational standpoint. That's not hard. We can just consider it a superupvote. Merchants also deserve support even if I don't want exactly what they're selling. Tips are pure profit.
The other thing is about amount. Tips are given for various purposes but I like to a) encourage certain things and b) give people a chance to use this stuff.
For that reason, I'm not down with the 100 sat tips. I mean that's some galaxy brain math that makes that useful for someone. It's almost a penny as I write this. Irl I'd tip two cents and an insult.
Minimum useful amount I consider as 11000 sats. It's a buck and in the next rise can perhaps buy a beverage or small round at bar. 55000 is better because if you got this, you could buy an espresso drink which would be fun.
Here's to that 11000 sat bar tab! Share educational things about money, Bitcoin, government and I'll tip some. 🤣
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Top Futurology News - For the week of Jan 24, 2019

Top Futurology News - For the week of Jan 24, 2019
We hope you enjoy this weeks update!
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Top Futurology News - For the week of Jan 24, 2019

Top Futurology News - For the week of Jan 24, 2019
We hope you enjoy this week's update!
Links to all original sources below the super long image showcasing this weeks' stories.
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Dream becomes real! I now accept Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash at my Coffee Bar

http://imgur.com/awwD6IE
Hey guys, I now officially accept Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash at my Pop-up Espresso Bar.
I opened a thread about it few days ago here and I can't thank you enough for all of your support guys.
As I'm not a tech geek, I tried to keep things simple. I display my Wallet's QR code on the desk. Whoever wants to pay with crypto can scan the code and send the amount they spend.
It's just a beginning. I'm sure it's gonna improve and lead to new things in this crypto journey that I'm in.
I posted that move on my Instagram and Twitter pages too.
And again thanks for putting some time and effort to answer my questions and clear the air.
If you ever hang around Camden area, just pop in and say hi to me 👍
https://www.instagram.com/p/BuYlR4Fh_5N/
https://twitter.com/Coffee_Tune/status/1100734272120475651?s=19
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I'm accepting Bitcoin in my Pop-up Espresso Bar

https://m.imgur.com/gallery/YrbKpHs
Hey guys, I've started to accept Bitcoin in my Espresso Bar in Camden/London
Now trying to add my business into different directories as much as I can.
Hit me up if you know any platform that I can add my business as merchant.
And of course, if you ever come around London / Camden area, just pop in and try how it works...
I'm open to any ideas and advices regarding this. Have a good one guys!
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https://twitter.com/Coffee_Tune/status/1100734272120475651?s=19
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****How do you pay taxes on bitcoin****

US officials asked the Internal Revenue Service how US occupants should settle regulatory obligations on bitcoin and different digital forms of money, in a wonderful letter that shows exactly how unregulated the cryptographic money space remains.
Over 10 years after bitcoin was first presented, the IRS has discharged only one open notice on the most proficient method to settle government obligations on computerized possessions. That absence of direction is leaving American citizens with "inadmissible" uncertainty on detailing prerequisites, the letter marked by 21 individuals from Congress on Monday said.
"Citizens merit lucidity on a few fundamental unanswered inquiries with respect to government tax collection of these developing trades of significant worth," as indicated by Tom Emmer, a congressman from Minnesota who marked the letter. "Direction is long past due and fundamental to legitimate revealing of these developing resources."
The way things are, digital money is treated as property by the US government, which means capital additions duties apply to each exchange, regardless of whether it's purchasing a $1m home or a $2 mug of espresso.
Bitcoin: following 10 wild years, what next for cryptographic forms of money?
Be that as it may, questions remain in regards to how to decide the estimation of monetary forms at a given time and how to represent occasions like beginning coin contributions, in which organizations fund-raise by offering virtual monetary forms to financial specialists. A huge number of introductory coin contributions have brought billions of dollars up as of late, making revealing progressively unpredictable.
"From a duty revealing point of view, it tends to be very muddled simply following the additions and misfortunes on every exchange, except it gets increasingly mind boggling quite a long time after year," said Alex Kugelman, an assessment lawyer situated in San Francisco who direction customers on covering digital currency regulatory obligations. "There is for all intents and purposes no direction and it is baffling attempting to explore."
At the time the IRS direction that referenced advanced monetary standards was given, one bitcoin was worth $496. In the years since, it arrived at a record high of almost $20,000 and a $334bn advertise capitalization in December 2017. As of the hour of distributing, the worth rests at around $5,000 per bitcoin.
Questions staying, as indicated by the letter, incorporate how citizens ought to ascertain the equitable estimation of famously unpredictable monetary standards, how to track trades, and how to represent forks in the blockchain, which are central changes to the convention on which bitcoin and different cryptographic forms of money run. Kugelman said a portion of these complexities could mean contrasts of in excess of six figures for a portion of his customers with regards to documenting charges.
IMF says governments could set up their own digital forms of money
In spite of the disarray, the IRS has recommended it is authorizing progressively forceful implementation towards citizens who distort or come up short on charges on computerized monetary standards, as per an April 2019 report from Coin Center, a not-revenue driven research focus concentrating on blockchain innovation. In a March 2018 news discharge, the IRS undermined a jail term of as long as five years and a fine of up to $250,000 for anybody indicted for tax avoidance identified with computerized money property.
The letter from Congress may fill in as a type of insurance for computerized cash brokers being reviewed for assessment reasons, noted Kugelman.
"This letter is somewhat astounding," he said. "In the event that any of my customers are examined, I am going to show this to evaluators – in what manner can the IRS make implementation move against citizens when there is such a conspicuous absence of direction?"
Congressmen are mentioning a composed reaction from the IRS sketching out plans to issue refreshed direction on virtual monetary standards by 15 May 2019.
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****How do you pay taxes on bitcoin****

US officials asked the Internal Revenue Service how US occupants should settle regulatory obligations on bitcoin and different digital forms of money, in a wonderful letter that shows exactly how unregulated the cryptographic money space remains.

Over 10 years after bitcoin was first presented, the IRS has discharged only one open notice on the most proficient method to settle government obligations on computerized possessions. That absence of direction is leaving American citizens with "inadmissible" uncertainty on detailing prerequisites, the letter marked by 21 individuals from Congress on Monday said.

"Citizens merit lucidity on a few fundamental unanswered inquiries with respect to government tax collection of these developing trades of significant worth," as indicated by Tom Emmer, a congressman from Minnesota who marked the letter. "Direction is long past due and fundamental to legitimate revealing of these developing resources."

The way things are, digital money is treated as property by the US government, which means capital additions duties apply to each exchange, regardless of whether it's purchasing a $1m home or a $2 mug of espresso.

Bitcoin: following 10 wild years, what next for cryptographic forms of money?

Be that as it may, questions remain in regards to how to decide the estimation of monetary forms at a given time and how to represent occasions like beginning coin contributions, in which organizations fund-raise by offering virtual monetary forms to financial specialists. A huge number of introductory coin contributions have brought billions of dollars up as of late, making revealing progressively unpredictable.

"From a duty revealing point of view, it tends to be very muddled simply following the additions and misfortunes on every exchange, except it gets increasingly mind boggling quite a long time after year," said Alex Kugelman, an assessment lawyer situated in San Francisco who direction customers on covering digital currency regulatory obligations. "There is for all intents and purposes no direction and it is baffling attempting to explore."

At the time the IRS direction that referenced advanced monetary standards was given, one bitcoin was worth $496. In the years since, it arrived at a record high of almost $20,000 and a $334bn advertise capitalization in December 2017. As of the hour of distributing, the worth rests at around $5,000 per bitcoin.

Questions staying, as indicated by the letter, incorporate how citizens ought to ascertain the equitable estimation of famously unpredictable monetary standards, how to track trades, and how to represent forks in the blockchain, which are central changes to the convention on which bitcoin and different cryptographic forms of money run. Kugelman said a portion of these complexities could mean contrasts of in excess of six figures for a portion of his customers with regards to documenting charges.

IMF says governments could set up their own digital forms of money

In spite of the disarray, the IRS has recommended it is authorizing progressively forceful implementation towards citizens who distort or come up short on charges on computerized monetary standards, as per an April 2019 report from Coin Center, a not-revenue driven research focus concentrating on blockchain innovation. In a March 2018 news discharge, the IRS undermined a jail term of as long as five years and a fine of up to $250,000 for anybody indicted for tax avoidance identified with computerized money property.

The letter from Congress may fill in as a type of insurance for computerized cash brokers being reviewed for assessment reasons, noted Kugelman.

"This letter is somewhat astounding," he said. "In the event that any of my customers are examined, I am going to show this to evaluators – in what manner can the IRS make implementation move against citizens when there is such a conspicuous absence of direction?"

Congressmen are mentioning a composed reaction from the IRS sketching out plans to issue refreshed direction on virtual monetary standards by 15 May 2019.

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Our autonomy implies we are allowed to examine and challenge inaction by people with significant influence. We will illuminate our perusers about dangers to the earth dependent on logical actualities, not driven by business or political interests. Furthermore, we have rolled out a few significant improvements to our style manual for guarantee the language we use precisely mirrors the natural calamity.
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How Satoshi Grinchamoto stole Christmas

A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

Every trader down in Cryptoville loved Christmas, a LOT
But Satoshi, who’d built Cryptoville, did not.
Satoshi hated Christmas, the whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t why, no one quite knows the reason.

It could be he never liked hookers and blow,
Or got hit by a Lambo that slid in the snow.
But traders, he thought (and he silently cursed)
Those traders at Christmas? Well, they were the worst.

They’d wake in the morning and look at the charts,
Placing new trades as their Christmas day starts.
They’d sit down to eat with their phones in their hands,
Ignoring their families for Bollinger bands.

‘I know what I’ll do,’ the cryptographer sneered,
‘I’ll sell all my bitcoins, it’s just what they feared!’
So he fired up his laptop and sitting in bed,
He wiped out the bids and turned green candles red.

Then he placed a big bid of his own right down low,
Knowing there’s only one way it would go.
‘But wait!’ he declared when his order had filled,
‘These turkeys are fat and it’s time they were killed!’

‘They think they’re so smart but I know they’ll be wrong,
‘When they all go short – that’s when I will go long!
‘Their shorts will be squeezed and I’ll gobble them all.
‘The coins will be mine with a huge margin call!

So he made an espresso and waited a while,
For the shorts to stack up as he sat with a smile.
‘We’ll see who’s the turkey this Christmas,’ he leered.
‘But the taste I love best is a rekt trader’s tears!’

Then he let off a candle so green and so tall,
It went off the screen and left stains on the wall.
There followed a moment of silence before…
(as the crypto-Grinch stood with his ear to the door)

…And then came the sound he’d been longing to hear:
The wailing, the screaming, the hurling, the tears.
He opened the window and stuck out his head
Admiring the vista of wounded and dead.

The traders of Cryptoville howled at his feet,
Drenched in the blood that was soaking the street.
The sound was so loud that for many hours after
He lost full control of his bowels from the laughter.

And then the old Grinch closed the window and sighed,
As the last of the traders bled out and then died.
Then he sent all the coins to their nice new cold store
(If you don’t have the keys then they’re not really yours.)

And he shut down his laptop and poured out some wine
(When he’d found some clean pants, as his own weren’t so fine.)
And he sat with his turkey and grinned ear to ear,
And wondered what mischief he’d make for next year.

https://cryptoinferno.org/news/satoshi-grinchamoto-stole-christmas/
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AntiCoffee Coffee Bar Project for Meetings and Workshops

The measure of what we are is what we do with what we have
Vince Lombardi

Attention

This publication is old in other social networks, I place it here to see the chronology of the story, stay tuned until the end
One must seize the opportunities to the extent that time and the universe give you the signal. In this case, a key signal was given to start a venture that is truly successful, sustainable over time, and that a quality service can also be provided. Many times we focus on the complex things to start a successful project, and it turns out that what really works is practical.

https://preview.redd.it/njwxh57jz0i31.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=5c40a5cf212258266d4e828079eb614f31413bb0

The signal

If you have the ability to explain a scientific project to a 6-year-old child, then your project will be successful, and the sign of prosperity in this business was always in sight but I need a simple fact that would change the vision and generate another approach.

The keywords are:

One day I was in a friendly conversation with my friends, and one of the friends was a country girl, I was over 40 years old and had a coffee plantation in the countryside, came to visit the urbanization where we live and He offered us all a coffee fee. It was a delicious artisanal coffee straight from the field, made with love of planting and service.

https://preview.redd.it/key9f9f801i31.jpg?width=608&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d188c01b3b21bf82169688f238caac0bcb9e19e0
My idea was to link the coffee service with my Oratory, Law and Cryptocurrency classes
So I started to investigate the Coffe bar business, which by the way was always a dream I had, to have my own small restaurant, where to make a living and be a service man, I just didn't have a plan to develop it so soon and also I had not realized that I could start under a completely different scheme than the one I knew.

Anti-Coffe

An anti-coffee is a coffe bar where you can have a coffee fee and pay for the time you have been there, coffee is free in fact all the coffee you want you can consume it, but you will be charged for the time you have in the place. This is the new scheme of coffee shops that in Europe are very successful, and that on the Latin American side there are no experiences yet

https://preview.redd.it/ejbgg86y01i31.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=44f4c32f60204c80d6755c1f758f17b1784d8587
So my idea of this project is to charge for my workshops, conferences, seminars and meetings and mix with the rest of the innovative scheme of what is an Anti-coffee

What things do i have

About the place in the two photos below you can see the space where I plan to hold workshops, never more than 15 people will enter

https://preview.redd.it/3kdvtlze11i31.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=250c0f2b5dd0c41eaadcde14062671e4e5be4daa

https://preview.redd.it/ni7cguql11i31.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=53f0e01cd01529340000bb9d3e43c4c1f272a0f4

What things do i need

Cryptocurrency Courses and Monetized Social Networks

I propose that in the first Anticafe of Venezuela there is a chair of Cryptocurrencies or Digital Economy where all clients can learn and enter this fantastic world of cryptocurrencies, I was Ambassador of Bitcoin Cash in Venezuela for a year, we did meetups throughout the city and we did a fabulous job.

https://preview.redd.it/a7m14v7s31i31.png?width=640&format=png&auto=webp&s=bbcbd2ca4da2c82b07c7e7243e0ab8b8a23dc05d

On the strategy and market research

My urbanization is large, 540 houses, where there are approximately 2500 inhabitants, and of that population, there is an approximate of 700 young people between the ages of 10 to 30 years of age, which is logically the most captive public for this type of business , it is clear then that while in the urbanization there is a place for young people and people in general to have a coffee fee, study, make friends, while connected by Wi-Fi, I think it is a great business opportunity.

https://preview.redd.it/3nng3yxz31i31.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d6f9b23933a543eca988fcd65ff572c58573ee62
I do not want to be another Venezuelan who says that the crisis in the country is difficult and that it is impossible to live here, although of course we have many difficulties, it is precisely this moment that the universe gave us to start a business that is prosperous, not only because It covers a need, but because it is also a space, reliable and innovative.
After having presented this project on several social networks such as steemit, Weku, and Honest Cash, I never had a concrete result, that is, I did not receive much support or the project did not attract attention, but at this point I had to take a risk and start with what I had
By the time I started I had $ 140 and needed up to $ 1,250 to start the Anticoffe, but I already have a very advanced job that I will present in the next post
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THE MIXIN PLATFORM

The multi-level structure of Mixin Network gives more noteworthy adaptability to developers while they build up their DApps. Other blockchain based systems are genuinely less open and don't give the interconnectivity that is offered by Mixin. As talked about above, as Mixin Network's Domains and Extended Domains bolster a wide range of various systems, for example, Bitcoin and Ethereum's system, thusly, designers will have the capacity to incorporate more noteworthy number of highlights and assorted variety in their DApps while expanding on Mixin Network.
To clarify the genuine utilization of Mixin Network, this is what Cedric Fung, CEO of Mixin imparted to us, "Bitcoin and Ethereum are generally acknowledged at this point. Be that as it may, the exchange for Bitcoin takes up to 30 minutes and for Ethereum the change among wallets and affirmation additionally take a great deal of endeavors. Through Mixin Network and the installment work worked in the Mixin Messenger dapp, you don't have to change your wallet and can encounter constant exchange immediately. This empowers digital currency to be really utilized in our reality. Envision purchasing espresso with ETH with just couple of steps, filter the QR code, affirm the sum and key in your secret phrase. It tends to be done in a brief instant. This is path quicker than the procedure time of Bitcoin and Ethereum. At the point when digital currency is much more broadly embraced in our everyday life, Mixin Network's lighting speed winds up central."
WEBSITE: https://mixin.one
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I brought my Mom.

Soaring like a fish or something? Soaring like a little bit of bitch, okay? I bit torrented it. A bitcoin is worth four hundred thousand strong against the wall, failed, then they accept it anywhere. It's against the rules, there wasn't an olympics in 2001. They still are. Still not, but you yelled at me. You yelled i'm gonna tell me what is wrong with you that Sarah and she got two shots of espresso. Yelled at me. You yelled stay at home, or you thought was outdated, but i do-no.
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A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

Every trader down in Cryptoville loved Christmas, a LOT
But Satoshi, who’d built Cryptoville, did not.
Satoshi hated Christmas, the whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t why, no one quite knows the reason.

It could be he never liked hookers and blow,
Or got hit by a Lambo that slid in the snow.
But traders, he thought (and he silently cursed)
Those traders at Christmas? Well, they were the worst.

They’d wake in the morning and look at the charts,
Placing new trades as their Christmas day starts.
They’d sit down to eat with their phones in their hands,
Ignoring their families for Bollinger bands.

‘I know what I’ll do,’ the cryptographer sneered,
‘I’ll sell all my bitcoins, it’s just what they feared!’
So he fired up his laptop and sitting in bed,
He wiped out the bids and turned green candles red.

Then he placed a big bid of his own right down low,
Knowing there’s only one way it would go.
‘But wait!’ he declared when his order had filled,
‘These turkeys are fat and it’s time they were killed!’

‘They think they’re so smart but I know they’ll be wrong,
‘When they all go short – that’s when I will go long!
‘Their shorts will be squeezed and I’ll gobble them all.
‘The coins will be mine with a huge margin call!

So he made an espresso and waited a while,
For the shorts to stack up as he sat with a smile.
‘We’ll see who’s the turkey this Christmas,’ he leered.
‘But the taste I love best is a rekt trader’s tears!’

Then he let off a candle so green and so tall,
It went off the screen and left stains on the wall.
There followed a moment of silence before…
(as the crypto-Grinch stood with his ear to the door)

…And then came the sound he’d been longing to hear:
The wailing, the screaming, the hurling, the tears.
He opened the window and stuck out his head
Admiring the vista of wounded and dead.

The traders of Cryptoville howled at his feet,
Drenched in the blood that was soaking the street.
The sound was so loud that for many hours after
He lost full control of his bowels from the laughter.

And then the old Grinch closed the window and sighed,
As the last of the traders bled out and then died.
Then he sent all the coins to their nice new cold store
(If you don’t have the keys then they’re not really yours.)

And he shut down his laptop and poured out some wine
(When he’d found some clean pants, as his own weren’t so fine.)
And he sat with his turkey and grinned ear to ear,
And wondered what mischief he’d make for next year.

https://cryptoinferno.org/news/satoshi-grinchamoto-stole-christmas/
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Desperate: How long to hold out / What would you do in my situation

Hey guys,
Throwaway, for obvious reasons. I'm a regular in /pf, /bitcoin and /bitcoinmarkets but I chose to make this account because my girlfriend is a redditor too and I don't want to get any backlash by posting this on my main account.
For that reason I need to obfuscate some details of my story but I think you guys will understand. I'm in a pretty bad situation and I need some advice on how to proceed.
A few years ago I became in charge of my family's finances. One of my parents passed much earlier than expected. My remaining parent didn't understand anything about finance or investing so I naturally stepped in to take over things and try to plan something for our family so that we could be financially secure for at least 10 or 15 years, enough time for me to get to a position in my career where I could take care of everyone with my own income stream.
I started learning about trading, first with Forex. I was trading EURUSD and USDJPY primarily just with small amounts at first. Spent a lot of time on babypips.com learning technical analysis and how to extract as much value as possible from chart patterns. When I started I just used small amounts of money. My initial bankroll was $500. I ended up using too much leverage and blowing through my whole account because of some poorly time trades. Yes I know I should have used some common sense and not taken gigantic risks but I was just learning at the time. I worked at it a bit and started getting profitable. I would usually do my work late at night watching charts and drinking espressos, and there were several times that I took positions that netted me large profits so I'm confident that I've learned from my early mistakes.
Then about a year and a half ago I started hearing about bitcoin, and how it was getting more valuable. I started reading about the blockchain, and this technology that is going to revolutionize the way the world thinks about money. I was excited about it, truly. I knew in my heart that this was going to be gigantic. So I took a leap. I took about half of all the cash I had in my checking account and deposited it at Mt.Gox. I didn't use any of the inheritance money, just my own from my part time job while I was a college student.
Yeah. I know. Terrible idea in hindsight. I never got the money out before the whole thing collapsed. I wish I hadn't done it, but at the same time it wasn't a great deal of money to learn a lesson. That we can't just trust individual exchanges.
Anyway, I learned a lot during that experience. I spent a lot of time analyzing charts. I learned how to use MACD and RSI indicators. I started getting good at being able to time things and on paper (of course) I was making very good profits. It's a shame that I didn't cash out before the whole thing went to shit because I probably would have enough money to last atleast a few years.
Anyway, after Gox, I became really depressed but I still believed in bitcoin. I still thought it was going to be around for a very long time so I started looking for some more honest exchanges. I knew that what happened to me was just an unfortunate event that was unlikely to happen again. After all, Gox was being run by a pretty shady group.
After I picked myself back up, I decided to deposit some of the inheritance money in some legitimate exchanges. In total we had about $300k after medical bills and other issues from the settlement of the estate. It was sitting in a checking account until about April of this year. I decided to put in $50k into two exchanges to diversify my risk exposure. Half I put into bitfinex and the other half I put into bitstamp. I spent 7 to 10 hours a day trading.
The problem is that I've been taking mostly long positions. Every time the price drops 30 to 40 dollars I have been telling myself this is it -- this is the bottom and will take a position to make up for previous losses.
I cannot understand why this is happening. I made some serious money several times but for the past 6 months or so I have taken huge losses. After the initial 50k I deposited another 50k, and then after losing much of that, and determining (wrongly, I might add, but I don't think my analysis was wrong) that we were definitely at the bottom, I went on to deposit another 125k. So far I am down a lot. My average cost per bitcoin is around $623.
The losses just keep compounding. I don't know what to do. I'm getting incredibly desperate and sallow. I don't know how I'm going to explain this to my family. They know very little about bitcoin, but I have mentioned it on occasion and how I'm an enthusiast. I've even sent my sister and cousins some bitcoin to get them started. But now I'm worried that maybe this isn't going to work out. Every day I get out of bed and dread looking at the price of bitcoin. Because I know its going to translate into losses on the positions I've taken. I have tried really hard to avoid looking at the price but at this point I cannot take it any more.
I'm just looking for a reason, any reason, to believe that things are going to get better. So far I've lost a lot of the estate money and I'll do anything to get it back. But I'm getting to the point where I feel like I might need to get to grips with reality and just cut my losses, admit to my family what I did and try to make it up to them.
So I ask of you, please convince me one way or another (with some solid reasoning) to either sell all the coins I have on margin right now or just hold fast and weather this storm.
Thanks
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How Satoshi Grinchamoto stole Christmas

A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

Every trader down in Cryptoville loved Christmas, a LOT
But Satoshi, who’d built Cryptoville, did not.
Satoshi hated Christmas, the whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t why, no one quite knows the reason.

It could be he never liked hookers and blow,
Or got hit by a Lambo that slid in the snow.
But traders, he thought (and he silently cursed)
Those traders at Christmas? Well, they were the worst.

They’d wake in the morning and look at the charts,
Placing new trades as their Christmas day starts.
They’d sit down to eat with their phones in their hands,
Ignoring their families for Bollinger bands.

‘I know what I’ll do,’ the cryptographer sneered,
‘I’ll sell all my bitcoins, it’s just what they feared!’
So he fired up his laptop and sitting in bed,
He wiped out the bids and turned green candles red.

Then he placed a big bid of his own right down low,
Knowing there’s only one way it would go.
‘But wait!’ he declared when his order had filled,
‘These turkeys are fat and it’s time they were killed!’

‘They think they’re so smart but I know they’ll be wrong,
‘When they all go short – that’s when I will go long!
‘Their shorts will be squeezed and I’ll gobble them all.
‘The coins will be mine with a huge margin call!

So he made an espresso and waited a while,
For the shorts to stack up as he sat with a smile.
‘We’ll see who’s the turkey this Christmas,’ he leered.
‘But the taste I love best is a rekt trader’s tears!’

Then he let off a candle so green and so tall,
It went off the screen and left stains on the wall.
There followed a moment of silence before…
(as the crypto-Grinch stood with his ear to the door)

…And then came the sound he’d been longing to hear:
The wailing, the screaming, the hurling, the tears.
He opened the window and stuck out his head
Admiring the vista of wounded and dead.

The traders of Cryptoville howled at his feet,
Drenched in the blood that was soaking the street.
The sound was so loud that for many hours after
He lost full control of his bowels from the laughter.

And then the old Grinch closed the window and sighed,
As the last of the traders bled out and then died.
Then he sent all the coins to their nice new cold store
(If you don’t have the keys then they’re not really yours.)

And he shut down his laptop and poured out some wine
(When he’d found some clean pants, as his own weren’t so fine.)
And he sat with his turkey and grinned ear to ear,
And wondered what mischief he’d make for next year.

https://cryptoinferno.org/news/satoshi-grinchamoto-stole-christmas/
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How Satoshi Grinchamoto stole Christmas

A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

Every trader down in Cryptoville loved Christmas, a LOT
But Satoshi, who’d built Cryptoville, did not.
Satoshi hated Christmas, the whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t why, no one quite knows the reason.

It could be he never liked hookers and blow,
Or got hit by a Lambo that slid in the snow.
But traders, he thought (and he silently cursed)
Those traders at Christmas? Well, they were the worst.

They’d wake in the morning and look at the charts,
Placing new trades as their Christmas day starts.
They’d sit down to eat with their phones in their hands,
Ignoring their families for Bollinger bands.

‘I know what I’ll do,’ the cryptographer sneered,
‘I’ll sell all my bitcoins, it’s just what they feared!’
So he fired up his laptop and sitting in bed,
He wiped out the bids and turned green candles red.

Then he placed a big bid of his own right down low,
Knowing there’s only one way it would go.
‘But wait!’ he declared when his order had filled,
‘These turkeys are fat and it’s time they were killed!’

‘They think they’re so smart but I know they’ll be wrong,
‘When they all go short – that’s when I will go long!
‘Their shorts will be squeezed and I’ll gobble them all.
‘The coins will be mine with a huge margin call!

So he made an espresso and waited a while,
For the shorts to stack up as he sat with a smile.
‘We’ll see who’s the turkey this Christmas,’ he leered.
‘But the taste I love best is a rekt trader’s tears!’

Then he let off a candle so green and so tall,
It went off the screen and left stains on the wall.
There followed a moment of silence before…
(as the crypto-Grinch stood with his ear to the door)

…And then came the sound he’d been longing to hear:
The wailing, the screaming, the hurling, the tears.
He opened the window and stuck out his head
Admiring the vista of wounded and dead.

The traders of Cryptoville howled at his feet,
Drenched in the blood that was soaking the street.
The sound was so loud that for many hours after
He lost full control of his bowels from the laughter.

And then the old Grinch closed the window and sighed,
As the last of the traders bled out and then died.
Then he sent all the coins to their nice new cold store
(If you don’t have the keys then they’re not really yours.)

And he shut down his laptop and poured out some wine
(When he’d found some clean pants, as his own weren’t so fine.)
And he sat with his turkey and grinned ear to ear,
And wondered what mischief he’d make for next year.

https://cryptoinferno.org/news/satoshi-grinchamoto-stole-christmas/
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How Satoshi Grinchamoto stole Christmas

A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

Every trader down in Cryptoville loved Christmas, a LOT
But Satoshi, who’d built Cryptoville, did not.
Satoshi hated Christmas, the whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t why, no one quite knows the reason.

It could be he never liked hookers and blow,
Or got hit by a Lambo that slid in the snow.
But traders, he thought (and he silently cursed)
Those traders at Christmas? Well, they were the worst.

They’d wake in the morning and look at the charts,
Placing new trades as their Christmas day starts.
They’d sit down to eat with their phones in their hands,
Ignoring their families for Bollinger bands.

‘I know what I’ll do,’ the cryptographer sneered,
‘I’ll sell all my bitcoins, it’s just what they feared!’
So he fired up his laptop and sitting in bed,
He wiped out the bids and turned green candles red.

Then he placed a big bid of his own right down low,
Knowing there’s only one way it would go.
‘But wait!’ he declared when his order had filled,
‘These turkeys are fat and it’s time they were killed!’

‘They think they’re so smart but I know they’ll be wrong,
‘When they all go short – that’s when I will go long!
‘Their shorts will be squeezed and I’ll gobble them all.
‘The coins will be mine with a huge margin call!

So he made an espresso and waited a while,
For the shorts to stack up as he sat with a smile.
‘We’ll see who’s the turkey this Christmas,’ he leered.
‘But the taste I love best is a rekt trader’s tears!’

Then he let off a candle so green and so tall,
It went off the screen and left stains on the wall.
There followed a moment of silence before…
(as the crypto-Grinch stood with his ear to the door)

…And then came the sound he’d been longing to hear:
The wailing, the screaming, the hurling, the tears.
He opened the window and stuck out his head
Admiring the vista of wounded and dead.

The traders of Cryptoville howled at his feet,
Drenched in the blood that was soaking the street.
The sound was so loud that for many hours after
He lost full control of his bowels from the laughter.

And then the old Grinch closed the window and sighed,
As the last of the traders bled out and then died.
Then he sent all the coins to their nice new cold store
(If you don’t have the keys then they’re not really yours.)

And he shut down his laptop and poured out some wine
(When he’d found some clean pants, as his own weren’t so fine.)
And he sat with his turkey and grinned ear to ear,
And wondered what mischief he’d make for next year.

https://cryptoinferno.org/news/satoshi-grinchamoto-stole-christmas/
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How Satoshi Grinchamoto stole Christmas

A Christmas poem by Dr Zeuss

Every trader down in Cryptoville loved Christmas, a LOT
But Satoshi, who’d built Cryptoville, did not.
Satoshi hated Christmas, the whole Christmas season.
Now please don’t why, no one quite knows the reason.

It could be he never liked hookers and blow,
Or got hit by a Lambo that slid in the snow.
But traders, he thought (and he silently cursed)
Those traders at Christmas? Well, they were the worst.

They’d wake in the morning and look at the charts,
Placing new trades as their Christmas day starts.
They’d sit down to eat with their phones in their hands,
Ignoring their families for Bollinger bands.

‘I know what I’ll do,’ the cryptographer sneered,
‘I’ll sell all my bitcoins, it’s just what they feared!’
So he fired up his laptop and sitting in bed,
He wiped out the bids and turned green candles red.

Then he placed a big bid of his own right down low,
Knowing there’s only one way it would go.
‘But wait!’ he declared when his order had filled,
‘These turkeys are fat and it’s time they were killed!’

‘They think they’re so smart but I know they’ll be wrong,
‘When they all go short – that’s when I will go long!
‘Their shorts will be squeezed and I’ll gobble them all.
‘The coins will be mine with a huge margin call!

So he made an espresso and waited a while,
For the shorts to stack up as he sat with a smile.
‘We’ll see who’s the turkey this Christmas,’ he leered.
‘But the taste I love best is a rekt trader’s tears!’

Then he let off a candle so green and so tall,
It went off the screen and left stains on the wall.
There followed a moment of silence before…
(as the crypto-Grinch stood with his ear to the door)

…And then came the sound he’d been longing to hear:
The wailing, the screaming, the hurling, the tears.
He opened the window and stuck out his head
Admiring the vista of wounded and dead.

The traders of Cryptoville howled at his feet,
Drenched in the blood that was soaking the street.
The sound was so loud that for many hours after
He lost full control of his bowels from the laughter.

And then the old Grinch closed the window and sighed,
As the last of the traders bled out and then died.
Then he sent all the coins to their nice new cold store
(If you don’t have the keys then they’re not really yours.)

And he shut down his laptop and poured out some wine
(When he’d found some clean pants, as his own weren’t so fine.)
And he sat with his turkey and grinned ear to ear,
And wondered what mischief he’d make for next year.

https://cryptoinferno.org/news/satoshi-grinchamoto-stole-christmas/
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Allvor will present its payment system at Bitconf Summer Edition

Allvor will present its payment system at Bitconf Summer Edition
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Bitconf, one of the most traditional Bitcoin and crypto asset events in Brazil, will have a special edition on November 16th and 17th. Held in Fortaleza/CE, the event is the first of this size to happen in the Northeast addressing the crypto assets industry.
Among the guests and booths that will be at the event, Allvor will be present along with its innovative payment system. Allvor Pay is the first system of its kind to be created by using the Ripple’s blockchain (XRP). But the solution was designed to operate exclusively with real-time payments through the ALV token, developed by Allvor.
The payment on Allvor Pay is made 100% in blockchain. One of its main advantages is the speed of transactions: the waiting time to complete a purchase with the ALV token is a mere 4 seconds. This makes Allvor Pay an ideal system for small day-to-day transactions, such as the famous “purchase of a coffee.”
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And that is exactly what the Bitconf participants will be able to do during the event. Allvor’s booth will feature an espresso machine, in which users can confirm the system’s actual speed. Besides the low waiting time, Allvor Pay also has no usage fee. In other words, it is an ideal system for those looking for an efficient, inexpensive payment solution via cryptocurrencies for various types of e-commerce.
Besides the possibility of buying an espresso with promptness and reliability, the company’s booth will also have smartphones with Ripple wallets (Toast Wallet) with the ALV token. Therefore, Bitconf participants can experience the Allvor Pay payment solution at first hand.
Created in 2013 with the aim of bringing together Bitcoin enthusiasts and cryptocurrencies, Bitconf is the oldest and one of the most traditional events on the topic in Brazil. Bitconf has already been the stage for the presentation of several innovative businesses in the national ecosystem, the exhibition for booths of various companies, and a large space to foster new ideas and partnerships.
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