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[WTS] HUGE SALE!! 1905 & 1908 Gold Sovereigns, $2.5 Indian Head & Liberty Head German Coins - Third Reichmarks, 1 Mark, 2 mark, 3 mark, 5 Mark, 1 pfennig, 2 pfennig, 3 pfennig, 1 Kreuzer, 3 Kreuzer, 1 shilling. Great Britain - 1/2 crowns, 3 pence, 4 pence, 6 pence, 1800’s shillings

Proof: https://imgur.com/a/jYNWKIp
I’m not a coin grading expert I just took the grades from the coin flip and used them, please judge grades for yourself
$100+ Silver Coin/Base Metals Purchase = Free US SHIPPING!!!
All coins priced UNDER!! eBay sold listings
Table of contents
  1. United States, 2. German Coins, 3. Great Britain Coins, 4. Canadian Coins, 5. Malaya Coins, 6. Fiji Coins, 7. Mexican Coins, 8. Miscellaneous
2 - 1905, 1908 Gold Sovereign 0.2355 AGW - $475/Each SOLD
1911 $2.5 Indian Head - PCGS Cleaned - AU Detail - $335
1903 $2.5 Liberty Head - PCGS Surfaces Smoothed - XF Detail - $300
1906 Barber Half Dollar - $11 SOLD
1871 S Seated Liberty Half Dollar - $95 SOLD
  1. German Coins
GERMANY. Augsburg. Hartmann von Dillingen (1250-1286 AD) Brakteat - $200
1666 AS German States Hannover 4 Mariengroschen - AU - Nicely Toned! - $200 SOLD
1688 German States, Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel Wildman Marien 6 Mariengroschen - $35 SOLD
1676 German States TRIER 4 Pfennig - AU - Unc - $120
1847 German States Frankfurt 1 Kreuzer - $13
1874 A Germany 1 Mark - $15 SOLD
1902 German States Baden 2 Mark - AU - Unc - $25
1906 German States Baden 2 Mark - AU+ - $40
1913 A German States Prussia 3 Mark - $23 SOLD
1913 E Germany/Saxony 3 Mark - BU - $30 SOLD
1914 E Germany 1 Mark Uncirculated - $15
1914 D Germany 1 Mark Gem BU - $15
1923 Germany Weimar Republic 200 Marks - Aluminum Coin - $4
1925 E Germany Weimar Republic 2 Reichsmark - XF - $50
1929 A Germany Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmark - $50 SOLD
1930 J Germany Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmark - $85
1934 D Germany Third Reich 5 Reichsmark - XF - $15
1935 A Germany Third Reich 5 Mark - Nicely Toned - XF - $20
1936 A Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark - $18 SOLD
1936 J Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark - XF - $19
1937 A Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark - XF - $18 SOLD
1938 A Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark- AU - $18 SOLD
1938 A Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark- Ch AU - $18 SOLD
1939 B Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark - $18 SOLD
1939 F Germany Third Reich - 2 Reichsmark - VF - $10 SOLD
1944 B Germany Third Reich - 10 Reichspfennig - $3
1944 B Germany Third Reich - Reichspfennig - Uncirculated - $3
1944 B Germany Third Reich - Reichspfennig - $2
1921 Germany Porcelain Notgeld 50 Pfennig Münsterberg Schlesien - $10 SOLD
Germany Porcelain Notgeld Kitzingen 75 Pfennig 1921 Brown Uncirculated - $10
1938 German Leipzig Porcelain - $35
1828 A German States/Prussia SCHAUMBURG-HESSEN 1 Pfennig - BU - $40 SOLD
1872 B German States/Prussia SAXONY-ALBERTINE 1 Pfennig - $10
1913 A Germany - Empire 1 Pfennig - $4
[1830 A German States/Prussia 2 Pfennig -
1868 B German States/Prussia 2 Pfennig - Uncirculated - $16
1869 B German States/Prussia 2 Pfennig - XF - $5
1867 B German States/Prussia 3 Pfennig - Unc - $20
1871 C German States/Prussia 3 Pfennig - Ch - Rd - Br - Unc - $20
1872 C German States/Prussia 3 Pfennig - Unc - $20
1897 A Germany 5 Pfennig - Ch BU - $3
1921 J Germany/Weimar Republic 50 Pfennig - Gem BU - $2
1921 A Germany/Weimar Republic 50 Pfennig- BU - $1.50
1848 German States/Bavaria 1 Krauzer - Gem BU - $15
1924 A Germany/Weimar Republic 1 Mark - AU - $14
1822 German States MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN 1 Sechsling - Ch Unc - $40
1847 German States Bavaria 3 Kreuzer - Gem BU - $20
1852 German States Frankfurt AM MAIN 6 Kreuzer - $20
1855 German States/Hamburg 1 Shilling - Unc - $18
  1. Great Britain Coins
1794 Great Britain Half Penny Coventry - $35 SOLD
1901 Great Britain Victoria One Penny - - $12 SOLD
1919 Great Britain One Penny - George V - Uncirculated - $8 SOLD
1936 Great Britain One Penny - Gem Bu Red - $15
1951 Great Britain One Penny - George V - Low Mintage - Uncirculated - $45
1/2 Half Crowns
1940 New Zealand 1/2 Crown - 100K Mintage - Ch AU - $35 SOLD
1937 Great Britain 1/2 Crown - Choice Toned Proof - $20 SOLD
1887 Great Britain 1/2 Crown - $40 SOLD
Great Britain 3 Pence Coins
1952 Great Britain 3 Pence - Ch BU - $3 SOLD
1876 Great Britain 3 Pence - Ch Toned Unc - $50
1887 Great Britain 3 Pence - Gem Toned Unc - $15 SOLD
1887 Great Britain 3 Pence - Gem BU - $15 SOLD
1915 Great Britain 3 Pence - Gem Bu - $20 SOLD
[1839 Proof Like Great Britain 4 Pence - 4,125 Mintage](
Great Britain 6 Pence Coins
1757 Great Britain 6 Pence - George II - $45 SOLD
1787 Great Britain 6 Pence - George III - With Hearts - AU+ - $150
1875 Great Britain 6 Pence - XF - $15 SOLD
1886 Great Britain 6 Pence - $10
1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Crowned Arms and Garter - Ch BU - $30
4 - 1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Crowned Arms and Garter - Unc/BU - $20/Each
1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Toned Unc - $25
1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Ch Toned Unc - $20
1911 Great Britain 6 Pence - Gem BU - $14
1926 Great Britain 6 Pence - $10
1963 Australian 6 Pence Silver - $4 SOLD
Great Britain Shilling
1826 Great Britain Shilling - VF - $60 SOLD
1826 Great Britain Shilling - VF - XF - $85 SOLD
1890 Great Britain Shilling - AU+ - $35 SOLD
  1. Canadian Coins
1892 Canada 5 Cents - XF - $20
1917 Canada Cent - Ch Red, Brown - Unc - $8
1917 Canada Cent - Red and Brown Unc - $5
3 - 1936 Newfoundland One Cent - 300K Mintage - Unc - AU - $5/Each
1958 Canadian $1 British Columbia Centennial/Totem Pole Silver Dollar ASW 0.60 @ SPOT!!! - $16.50 PENDING
  1. Malaya Coins
5 - 1945 Malaya 5 Cents - Unc-BU - $4/Each
1943 Malaya 10 Cents - AU - $7
1948 Malaya 10 Cents - Ch BU - $3
1948 Malaya 20 Cents - Ch BU - $1
  1. Fiji Coins
1934 Fiji 6 Pence - Sea Turtle - 150K Mintage - $9 PENDING
1942 S Fiji 6 Pence - Sea Turtle - 400K Mintage AU+ - $5 PENDING
1943 S Fiji Florin - 250K Mintage - ASW 0.3273 Oz - $12 PENDING
1936 Fiji Penny - Edward VIII - 120K Mintage - $5
1942 S Fiji Penny - George VI - 1M Mintage - $1
  1. Mexican Coins
1944 Mexico 5 Centavos - $1.50
1946 Mexico 10 Centavos BU - $4
1950 Mexico 5 Centavos - $1
2 - 1954 Mexico 5 Centavos BU - $3 Each
1956 Mexico 50 Centavos - $7
2 - 1957 Mexico 50 Centavos - $7 Each
  1. Miscellaneous
1974 Poland 200 Zlotych - ASW: 0.2908oz @ SPOT. - $7.99 PENDING
1904 Serbia 5 Para - $3 PENDING
1861 M Italy Centismo Coin BU - $10 SOLD
If interested check below I have a decent selection of gold and Sterling Silver jewelry, 10k,14k,18k - Rings, Necklaces, Pendants, Bracelets, scrap gold 10% below melt, 925 scrap - 10% below
Proof: https://imgur.com/a/l7l8cGo
14k Figaro Chain - 13.75 grams - 24” Inches - $645 or Reasonable Offer
18K Leaf Brooch - 10.76 grams @ SPOT - $509.11
18K - Cartouche Egyptian Hieroglyphics Pendant - 6.20 Grams - @ SPOT!! - $293.35
10K Herringbone Chain - 20” Inches Long - 4mm Wide - 5.85 Grams - $175
925 Sterling Silver - 448 Gram Lot - 10% Under Melt - $330.11
14K Italy Bracelet 10”Inches 6.85 Grams 10%OVER SPOT - $275
14K ArtCarved White Gold Ring, Size 8.5, 6 grams - $285
Black Hills 925 Sterling Silver Bracelet With 12K Gold Leafs, 8” inches long, 20.28 grams - $120
925 Sterling Silver Ring - Size 7 - 13.62 grams - $20
925 Sterling Silver Diamond? Ring - Size 11 - 9.78 grams - $20
925 Wells Sterling Silver Leaf Brooch - $8
925 Sterling Silver Leaf/Green Stone Brooch - 7.46g - $20
925 Sterling Silver Beaded Bracelet - 8”Inches Long - $30
925 Los Ballesteros Sterling Panel Bracelet - 42.87g - $50
Tom Hawk 925 Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet - $60
The cuff bracelet measures 6.75 inches (inside circumference) with a gap of 1 inch. The bracelet is approximately .75 inches wide
Siam Sterling Silver Bangle Bracelet Etched Design Pattern - $55
925 Liquid Silver 30 Strand Necklace With 10 Strand Earrings - $60
Willing to work with you, I will consider all trades for any gold or silver
Payment
I accept PayPal Friends and Family, Zelle, Venmo, Cash App, Zelle, Google pay
Bitcoin and other crypto currencies now accepted
Shipping
0-4 oz - $4 5-8 oz - $4.25 9-12 oz - $6 Priority shipping =$8, Stamped envelope - $1, medium flat rate box = $15
•Signature Confirmation $3 (Optional)
•Insurance is also available at buyers expense.
•I pack safely and discretely.
•Prices are subject to change at any moments notice.
•Message me if you have any questions.
•All packages will be dropped off on Saturday Or Monday
•Once I drop the package at the post office I’m not responsible for USPS mistakes or losses
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[WTS] $2.5 Indian Head & Liberty Head German Coins - Third Reichmarks, 1 Mark, 2 mark, 3 mark, 5 Mark, 1 pfennig, 2 pfennig, 3 pfennig, 1 Kreuzer, 3 Kreuzer, 1 shilling. Great Britain 3 pence, 4 pence, 6 pence, 1800’s shillings

Proof: https://imgur.com/a/Vd4p0lR
I’m not a coin grading expert I just took the grades from the coin flip and used them, please judge grades for yourself
$100+ Silver Coin/Base Metals Purchase = Free US SHIPPING!!!
All coins priced UNDER!! eBay sold listings
Table of contents
  1. United States, 2. German Coins, 3. Great Britain Coins, 4. Canadian Coins, 5. Malaya Coins, 6. Fiji Coins, 7. Mexican Coins
1911 $2.5 Indian Head - PCGS Cleaned - AU Detail - $335
1903 $2.5 Liberty Head - PCGS Surfaces Smoothed - XF Detail - $300 SOLD
  1. German Coins
GERMANY. Augsburg. Hartmann von Dillingen (1250-1286 AD) Brakteat - $200
1676 German States TRIER 4 Pfennig - AU - Unc - $120
1847 German States Frankfurt 1 Kreuzer - $13
1902 German States Baden 2 Mark - AU - Unc - $25
1906 German States Baden 2 Mark - AU+ - $40 SOLD
1914 E Germany 1 Mark Uncirculated - $15
1914 D Germany 1 Mark Gem BU - $15
1923 Germany Weimar Republic 200 Marks - Aluminum Coin - $4 SOLD
1925 E Germany Weimar Republic 2 Reichsmark - XF - $50
1930 J Germany Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmark - $85
1934 D Germany Third Reich 5 Reichsmark - XF - $15
1935 A Germany Third Reich 5 Mark - Nicely Toned - XF - $20
1936 J Germany Third Reich - 5 Reichsmark - XF - $19
1944 B Germany Third Reich - 10 Reichspfennig - $3
1944 B Germany Third Reich - Reichspfennig - Uncirculated - $3
1944 B Germany Third Reich - Reichspfennig - $2
Germany Porcelain Notgeld Kitzingen 75 Pfennig 1921 Brown Uncirculated - $10 SOLD
1938 German Leipzig Porcelain - $35
1872 B German States/Prussia SAXONY-ALBERTINE 1 Pfennig - $10 SOLD
1913 A Germany - Empire 1 Pfennig - $4
[1830 A German States/Prussia 2 Pfennig -
1868 B German States/Prussia 2 Pfennig - Uncirculated - $16
1869 B German States/Prussia 2 Pfennig - XF - $5
1867 B German States/Prussia 3 Pfennig - Unc - $20
1871 C German States/Prussia 3 Pfennig - Ch - Rd - Br - Unc - $20
1872 C German States/Prussia 3 Pfennig - Unc - $20
1897 A Germany 5 Pfennig - Ch BU - $3
1921 J Germany/Weimar Republic 50 Pfennig - Gem BU - $2
1921 A Germany/Weimar Republic 50 Pfennig- BU - $1.50
1848 German States/Bavaria 1 Krauzer - Gem BU - $15
1924 A Germany/Weimar Republic 1 Mark - AU - $14
1822 German States MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN 1 Sechsling - Ch Unc - $40
1847 German States Bavaria 3 Kreuzer - Gem BU - $20
1852 German States Frankfurt AM MAIN 6 Kreuzer - $20
1855 German States/Hamburg 1 Shilling - Unc - $18 SOLD
  1. Great Britain Coins
1936 Great Britain One Penny - Gem Bu Red - $15
1951 Great Britain One Penny - George V - Low Mintage - Uncirculated - $45
Great Britain 3 Pence Coins
1876 Great Britain 3 Pence - Ch Toned Unc - $50
[1839 Proof Like Great Britain 4 Pence - 4,125 Mintage](
Great Britain 6 Pence Coins
1787 Great Britain 6 Pence - George III - With Hearts - AU+ - $150
1886 Great Britain 6 Pence - $10
1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Crowned Arms and Garter - Ch BU - $30
4 - 1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Crowned Arms and Garter - Unc/BU - $20/Each
1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Toned Unc - $25
1887 Great Britain 6 Pence - Ch Toned Unc - $20
1911 Great Britain 6 Pence - Gem BU - $14
1926 Great Britain 6 Pence - $10
  1. Canadian Coins
1892 Canada 5 Cents - XF - $20
1917 Canada Cent - Ch Red, Brown - Unc - $8
1917 Canada Cent - Red and Brown Unc - $5
3 - 1936 Newfoundland One Cent - 300K Mintage - Unc - AU - $5/Each
  1. Malaya Coins
5 - 1945 Malaya 5 Cents - Unc-BU - $4/Each
1943 Malaya 10 Cents - AU - $7
1948 Malaya 10 Cents - Ch BU - $3
1948 Malaya 20 Cents - Ch BU - $1
  1. Fiji Coins
1936 Fiji Penny - Edward VIII - 120K Mintage - $5
1942 S Fiji Penny - George VI - 1M Mintage - $1
  1. Mexican Coins
1944 Mexico 5 Centavos - $1.50
1946 Mexico 10 Centavos BU - $4
1950 Mexico 5 Centavos - $1
2 - 1954 Mexico 5 Centavos BU - $3 Each
1956 Mexico 50 Centavos - $7
2 - 1957 Mexico 50 Centavos - $7 Each
If interested check below I have a decent selection of gold and Sterling Silver jewelry, 10k,14k,18k - Rings, Necklaces, Pendants, Bracelets, scrap gold 10% below melt, 925 scrap - 10% below
Proof: https://imgur.com/a/l7l8cGo
14k Figaro Chain - 13.75 grams - 24” Inches - $645 or Reasonable Offer
18K Leaf Brooch - 10.76 grams @ SPOT - $509.11
18K - Cartouche Egyptian Hieroglyphics Pendant - 6.20 Grams - @ SPOT!! - $293.35
10K Herringbone Chain - 20” Inches Long - 4mm Wide - 5.85 Grams - $175
925 Sterling Silver - 448 Gram Lot - 10% Under Melt - $330.11
14K Italy Bracelet 10”Inches 6.85 Grams 10%OVER SPOT - $275
14K ArtCarved White Gold Ring, Size 8.5, 6 grams - $285
Black Hills 925 Sterling Silver Bracelet With 12K Gold Leafs, 8” inches long, 20.28 grams - $120
925 Sterling Silver Ring - Size 7 - 13.62 grams - $20
925 Sterling Silver Diamond? Ring - Size 11 - 9.78 grams - $20
925 Wells Sterling Silver Leaf Brooch - $8
925 Sterling Silver Leaf/Green Stone Brooch - 7.46g - $20
925 Sterling Silver Beaded Bracelet - 8”Inches Long - $30
925 Los Ballesteros Sterling Panel Bracelet - 42.87g - $50
Tom Hawk 925 Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet - $60
The cuff bracelet measures 6.75 inches (inside circumference) with a gap of 1 inch. The bracelet is approximately .75 inches wide
Siam Sterling Silver Bangle Bracelet Etched Design Pattern - $55
925 Liquid Silver 30 Strand Necklace With 10 Strand Earrings - $60
Willing to work with you, I will consider all trades for any gold or silver
Payment
I accept PayPal Friends and Family, Zelle, Venmo, Cash App, Zelle, Google pay
Bitcoin and other crypto currencies now accepted
Shipping
0-4 oz - $4 5-8 oz - $4.25 9-12 oz - $6 Priority shipping =$8, Stamped envelope - $1, medium flat rate box = $15
•Signature Confirmation $3 (Optional)
•Insurance is also available at buyers expense.
•I pack safely and discretely.
•Prices are subject to change at any moments notice.
•Message me if you have any questions.
•All packages will be dropped off on Monday or Tuesday.
•Once I drop the package at the post office I’m not responsible for USPS mistakes or losses
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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.
Word of advice, when using google translate, do not put all words at once there, it can rapidly worsen the translation.
(And there is a last thing. Their algorithm of picking only custom words is not working really good, at least for me. Meaning that I often get duplicates, despite having a list this big and without duplicates. I'm still trying to find some solution to this, so if somebody is experiencing this as well, share the knowledge please, I will do the same.)
SOLUTION: Thanks for the reply from PepegaWR who identified the cause. I also tested it and there seems to be a custom words limit of 5000 characters. The easiest way in my opinion is to shuffle the words before each session to minimize the impact. Also thanks to the flynger who had the same idea before me :)
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, Obelix, Olaf, Oreo, Pac-Man, Paris, Patrick, Paypal, Peppa Pig, Pepsi, Phineas and Ferb, Photoshop, Picasso, Pikachu, Pink Panther, Pinocchio, Playstation, Pluto, Pokemon, Popeye, Popsicle, Porky Pig, Portugal, Poseidon, Pringles, Pumba, Reddit, Rick, Robbie Rotten, Robin Hood, Romania, Rome, Russia, Samsung, Santa, Saturn, Scooby Doo, Scotland, Segway, Sherlock Holmes, Shrek, Singapore, Skittles, Skrillex, Skype, Slinky, Solar System, Sonic, Spain, Spartacus, Spiderman, SpongeBob, Squidward, Star Wars, Statue of Liberty, Steam, Stegosaurus, Steve Jobs, Stone Age, Sudoku, Suez Canal, Superman, Susan Wojcicki, Sydney Opera House, T-rex, Tails, Tarzan, Teletubby, Terminator, Tetris, The Beatles, Thor, Titanic, Tooth Fairy, Tower Bridge, Tower of Pisa, Tweety, Twitter, UFO, USB, Uranus, Usain Bolt, Vatican, Vault boy, Velociraptor, Venus, Vin Diesel, W-LAN, Wall-e, WhatsApp, William Shakespeare, William Wallace, Winnie the Pooh, Wolverine, Wonder Woman, Xbox, Xerox, Yin and Yang, Yoda, Yoshi, Youtube, Zelda, Zeus, Zorro, Zuma, abstract, abyss, accident, accordion, ace, acid, acne, acorn, action, actor, addiction, addition, adorable, adult, advertisement, afro, afterlife, air conditioner, airbag, aircraft, airplane, airport, alarm, albatross, alcohol, alien, allergy, alley, alligator, almond, alpaca, ambulance, anaconda, anchor, angel, anglerfish, angry, animation, anime, ant, anteater, antelope, antenna, anthill, antivirus, anvil, apartment, apocalypse, applause, apple, apple pie, apple seed, apricot, aquarium, arch, archaeologist, archer, architect, aristocrat, arm, armadillo, armor, armpit, arrow, ash, assassin, assault, asteroid, astronaut, asymmetry, athlete, atom, attic, audience, autograph, avocado, axe, baboon, baby, back pain, backbone, backflip, backpack, bacon, bad, badger, bag, bagel, bagpipes, baguette, bait, bakery, baklava, balance, balcony, bald, ball, ballerina, ballet, balloon, bamboo, banana, bandage, bandana, banjo, bank, banker, bar, barbarian, barbecue, barbed wire, barber, barcode, bark, barn, barrel, bartender, base, basement, basket, basketball, bat, bathroom, bathtub, battery, battle, battleship, bayonet, bazooka, beach, beak, bean, bean bag, beanie, beanstalk, bear, bear trap, beatbox, beaver, bed, bed bug, bed sheet, bedtime, bee, beef, beer, beet, beetle, bell, bell pepper, bellow, belly, belly button, below, belt, bench, betray, bicycle, bill, billiards, bingo, binoculars, biology, birch, bird, bird bath, birthday, biscuit, bite, black, black hole, blackberry, blacksmith, blanket, bleach, blender, blimp, blind, blindfold, blizzard, blood, blowfish, blue, blueberry, blush, boar, board, boat, bobsled, bodyguard, boil, bomb, booger, book, bookmark, bookshelf, boomerang, boots, border, bottle, bottle flip, bounce, bouncer, bow, bowl, bowling, box, boy, bracelet, braces, brain, brainwash, branch, brand, bread, breakfast, breath, brick, bricklayer, bride, bridge, broadcast, broccoli, broken heart, bronze, broom, broomstick, brownie, bruise, brunette, brush, bubble, bubble gum, bucket, building, bulge, bull, bulldozer, bullet, bumper, bungee jumping, bunk bed, bunny, burglar, burp, burrito, bus, bus driver, bus stop, butcher, butler, butt cheeks, butter, butterfly, button, cab driver, cabin, cabinet, cactus, cage, cake, calendar, camel, camera, campfire, camping, can, can opener, canary, candle, canister, cannon, canyon, cap, cape, cappuccino, captain, car wash, cardboard, carnival, carnivore, carpenter, carpet, carrot, cartoon, cash, casino, cast, cat, catalog, catapult, caterpillar, catfish, cathedral, cauldron, cauliflower, cave, caveman, caviar, ceiling, ceiling fan, celebrate, celebrity, cell, cell phone, cello, cement, centaur, centipede, chain, chainsaw, chair, chalk, chameleon, champagne, champion, chandelier, charger, cheek, cheeks, cheerleader, cheese, cheeseburger, cheesecake, cheetah, chef, chemical, cherry, cherry blossom, chess, chest, chest hair, chestnut, chestplate, chew, chicken, chihuahua, child, chime, chimney, chimpanzee, chin, chinchilla, chocolate, chopsticks, church, cicada cigarette, cinema, circle, circus, clap, clarinet, classroom, claw, clay, clean, clickbait, cliff, climb, cloak, clock, cloth, clothes hanger, cloud, clover, clown, clownfish, coach, coal, coast, coast guard, coaster, coat, cobra, cockroach, cocktail, coconut, cocoon, coffee, coffee shop, coffin, coin, cola, cold, collapse, collar, color-blind, comb, comedian, comedy, comet, comfortable, comic book, commander, commercial, communism, community, compass, complete, computer, concert, condiment, cone, confused, console, continent, controller, conversation, cookie, cookie jar, copper, copy, coral, coral reef, cord, cork, corkscrew, corn, corn dog, corner, cornfield, corpse, cotton, cotton candy, country, cousin, cow, cowbell, cowboy, coyote, crab, crack, crate, crawl space, crayon, cream, credit, credit card, cricket, cringe, crocodile, croissant, crossbow, crow, crowbar, crucible, 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My 2017 reflections and 2018 predictions

I wanted to take a minute to reflect on some thoughts looking back over the last year and some predictions going forward into 2018. I’ve been into bitcoin since 2011, but this past year I finally took the plunge and became a full time investotrader in the spring after leaving my cushy software engineering job. It turned out to be about the best decision I could have made, as I started heavily investing in a variety of coins back in spring when the rally was just getting started. It’s been a whirlwind 9 months trying to keep up with the markets, but I feel my efforts paid off, as I closed the year up 4x in term of Bitcoin and about 50x USD. My main fear was that I would put in hundreds of hours and would have just been better off holding Bitcoin, so I’m glad all my hard work paid off.
 
One thing I became very aware of this year is to pay attention to the macro environment in the markets, and not get tunnel vision for certain coins. In hindsight I didn’t pay enough attention to the high demand for BTC because of all the free money forks, because I was too busy researching and investing in alts. I was paying a lot of attention to individual coins, but when the market went against alts during the BTC rally, I was left dumb founded, only to realize I hadn’t paid enough attention to the meta game within the market.
I’ve now noticed that there are trends in the overall market, just like in all markets, but in crypto they come and go in months or weeks, rather than years like in the stock market. Here are my thoughts on some of the bigger trends I’ve observed.
 
ICO Flipping
A lot of people made a killing flipping ICOs earlier this year, but it seems like that easy money is mostly gone for now. More recently a lot of ICOs have gotten dumped upon hitting the exchanges. It was bound to happen, when something is that easy everyone will pile on until it’s no longer profitable. The cool thing about ICOs was that it allowed small time investors access into early stage investments. Something that was never really possible before, and only the privileged with millions of cash and connections could have. Well, I think going forward flipping will once again become a game for the large holders with connections. I think if you want to flip an early stage coin you’re going to have to get in way before ICO, and then sell to all the chumps who buy once it hits the market.
 
Penny coin pumps
This is a current market mechanic that many, myself included, are very salty about. It’s one of those thing, where in hindsight we should have seen it coming and made a killing. Normies have been entering the market for a while now, and it makes sense that when you have thousands of people that know nothing about crypto, they’re going to pick the “cheap” coins. People want those 100x gains that others have gotten, and they don’t think they’ll be able to get it with the bigger coins. This will eventually come to an end, but who knows how long it can go on for.
 
Alts pump when bitcoin goes sideways
I think people in these markets are addicted to crazy gains, I know I certainly am. It gets boring when you’re not doubling your money every week, so when bitcoin stalls people get their money into other coins to get that dopamine fix again. I think this is a trend that will persist for some time to come, as we’re all collective junkies for huge gains.
 
Look alike coins
Another market trend I’ve witnessed many times is that when one coin pumps big, it’s often followed days later by coins with similar tech. This happened very recently with ripple and stellar, and there are a host of other examples. I think this is a trend that will likely continue although lessen as investors become more savvy and begin noticing that many look alikes are not all they’re sold to be. For example, people got a taste of this with the recent XVG privacy fiasco, and are learning that while many privacy coins look alike, few actually offer real privacy.
 
And here are some of my predictions for this year.
 
XRB will emerge as the coin for inter-exchange transfers
I have accounts on around 8 exchanges, and I must say that no matter how many times I send or receive cryptos from exchanges, it always makes me extremely nervous. Waiting around for hours while my money is in limbo is terrifying, and causes me a great deal of stress. Right now we’re seeing a very rapid growth in exchanges listing XRB, and I expect this to continue and greatly accelerate this year. Once it’s on most exchanges it’s only natural that it will become the preferred method of moving money between exchanges. And, once it’s the preferred method for moving money between exchanges, I expect to see many more XRB pairs, which will further drive adoption. It could well become the traders coin. This of course, is all assuming someone doesn’t figure out how to attack the coin and destroy it, as the tech is still not battle hardened.
 
NEO will jump up the ranks
One main promise of crypto was to be able to do financial business outside of the realm of government controlled currencies. One of the biggest uses for this we saw this year was in ICOs, and they’re coming to NEO very fast. I think NEO will trace a trajectory similar to what ETH has already done as we see an exponential increase in the number of ICOs on the platform. A crypto economy that supports high value financial business like venture capital via ICOs is going to have a lot of demand, as ETH has already proven.
 
ETH with go to $2k-$5k
There is tons of stuff in the pipeline coming out, including PoS, which will give more incentive for people to hold. ETH still has one of the biggest developer communities in this space, and this will help drive innovation. It’s also becoming a secondary safe haven coin to BTC and many big holders will be parking their money in it.
 
Coins without fundamentals may die
Or they may not. As much as I want scams like EOS to die off, the fact is that many of these coins raised hundreds of millions during ICO, which gives them runway to burn for years to come. As long as they can keep conning people into believing in the dream, it could go on for years. However, I do expect to see some of the worst offenders shaken down the ranks, like BTG.
 
Thoughts on Bitcoin going forward
The sense I’m getting is that a lot of new money entering the market isn’t that interested in Bitcoin. They see it as dated tech without the chance to get them 100x gains. So, I think for a lot of small time investors entering the market that aren’t very knowledgable they will mostly buy other coins. However, if you’re looking to park a lot of money in crypto (millions) you really have no choice but to use the bigger coins like Bitcoin and Ethereum. I think we’re going to see more big names coming out saying they’re buying big chunks of Bitcoin, just like Peter Thiel did. Also, I think we’ll see a lot of people taking profits from alts and putting it back into bitcoin, as a lot of people are reluctant to cash out and deal with the tax man. The optimism in the market right now is driving people to keep money within the ecosystem, which makes a store of value coin like Bitcoin very useful.
I think we’ll start to see lighting get rolled out this year, and eventually see a shift in the tide of thinking Bitcoin is dated and past its prime. I expect to see $40k-$60k for Bitcoin by the end of the year. In my mind, it’s value proposition is still huge. It’s the one and only battle hardened crypto that has stood the test of time. If lightning can succeed, it will make a rock solid base layer for the crypto economy.
 
My strategy going forward
I’m a bit burned out on hyper focusing on the markets for the last 9 months, so I’m going to be doing more holding in 2018. I’ll be holding most of my portfolio in BTC, ETH, NEO, XMR, and XRB. I’ll be on the lookout for novel technology to invest in, but staying away from most business tokens. I’m interested in investing in open platforms/protocols, and I think in the long term that’s where the most money is to be made. Of course, you can make much higher percent returns chasing the latest hype, but quite frankly I’m tired of that game.
Happy trading to you all. I feel very grateful that I’m a part of this crazy movement and that I get to share in it with a bunch of crazies from all over the world. I'll be at the BTC Miami conference later this month and hope to meet some of you there.
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Will there be another 2017-like crypto pump ever gonna happen again? My rant on the future of crypto, ICOs, and 2018

Background
I've been getting several messages lately inquiring about my old post from which I borrowed $30k to buy ETH back in May: https://np.reddit.com/ethtradecomments/68oshw/just_borrowed_30k_to_buy_eth_stay_tuned_for_the/
I started typing a long response to someone who asked me whether he thinks there's gonna be another opportunity like ETH in the future (from which I made over 100X returns, buying most between $10 and $100, and cashing out 90% at $1000-$1200)...and I realized I typed so much info that it could be worthwhile to share it with the community.
Before I start my rant though... about the loan I had taken out at the time: don't ever invest in more than you're willing to lose.
Opportunities will always come, in one way or another. Today is crypto, yesterday was flipping houses, before that was penny and internet stocks. But from a crypto standpoint, opportunities in this field are gonna be more rare. Bitcoin, ETH, and other large caps coins are probably done for for a while -- they'll go up in the long run but I don't think we'll see another new parabolic rise of 1000+% gains for a long while. People switched to ICOs after seeing some of the 3-10X gains, but the wild west of unregulated ICOs is starting to lose steam, mostly due to regulatory barriers.
Identifying Fundamental Disruptions
I invested in ETH first at $10 and buying all the way up to $100 (the $30k loan got me ETH at $80 each), and while others were selling for 2x flips, I was able to hold it all the way to $1000+. I think this is important to mention in the context of this post because of the necessity to realize the long-term disruption that lays ahead. At the time, I realized that ETH was about to give altcoins/tokens the ability to be speculated on due to their direct utility association in a tech startup's main business mechanism. I firmly believed that ETH should be worth at nearly as much as, if not at least, BTC in market cap because of this. Prior to ETH, it was just Bitcoins and then all clones/shitcoins. ETH gave rise to ICOs and speculative coins that could be assigned potential business value to it, thereby making crypto markets what it is today. Frankly, the entire crypto market owes ETH, and respectfully BTC of course, for what is today. Note though: I rolled the dice big for ETH, but even my $30k investment at the time was only about a quarter of my savings at the time. So again, don't invest in more than you are willing to lose or sleep soundly at night.
The Future: Increasing Regulation
Anyway, turning to the future. Here's what I think is going to happen. SEC is going shutdown alot of ICOs; they are really cracking down on ICOs claiming to be utilities, even if disguised through airdrops or SAFTs. In fact, just today's WSJ news said SEC issued subpoenas to multiple ICOs and have taken interest in SAFTs for so-called utility tokens. Just like the dot-com bubble, 90%+ of these previous ICOs are gonna tank and fail. We're gonna see a massive correction probably later in 2018, when roadmaps with major expected milestones start missing their deadlines, and a domino effect happens when SEC starts really flexing their muscle and forcing exchanges to go into delisting mode (we already are starting to see this with Bittrex).
But a Hidden Opportunity
So about looking for another crypto pump opportunity.... When the culling happens, the survivors are gonna be as follows. Look for US-based ICOs that have been SEC-compliant from the outset, or at least making a strong effort to do so. Having a legal advisor or team member will be big this year. Don't be afraid of lockups or holding periods if it's for the purpose of being SEC compliant (signs are mentions of Reg CF, Reg D, Reg S, and Reg A+ offerings... you could google these keywords with their company name to see if they have a filing record in SEC's database). See if these ICOs and team leaders had a successful and profitable business in the past, or at least spun out of a profitable company. Also, there's way too much bullshit with partnerships, many which are fake or with useless no/name companies. Next, a lot of these open ecosystem platforms rely on partner companies to attract customers -- but why would companies join when there are no customers, and vice versa. It's all bullshit and often pump and dump shilling. What you want is a closed ecosystem (think Apple iOS) to help consumers navigate the business model. An open ecosystem where customers have to attach their own crypto wallet, blah blah blah, yay decentralization, yeah... well that's all never gonna see mass adoption (think Linux... some hardcore advocates exist, but what layperson actually wants to operate command lines or deep menus all day long and accidentally break their system with one wrong syntax). Look how successful Coinbase has become by simplifying crap. Too much shit is focused on the crypto side and it's like a foreign language to mainstream customers who won't touch it with a ten foot pole. Look for ICOs that are consumer focused rather just have solely an ICO page. It's particularly appealing if they have a self-directing strategy in the form of a tangible product they can sell to generate data or transactions in their ecosystem, which would naturally attract additional customers/companies into their platform.
Examples:
These companies with revolutionary ideas, who are making an effort to be legally compliant and also have a tangible product, are the ones that are gonna survive the mass culling of alts and ICOs later this year. If we ever get our first ICO unicorn (from revenue, not pumped market cap of their token), then it will bring truly mainstream recognition of the crypto markets that will give the traditional stock markets a serious run for their money. I'm not talking about less than 1% of the $70 trillion stock market value of the world -- I'm talking like double digit levels of the entire global stock market. And I bet you it will happen. This is the sorting-out phase of the future -- a shift from old world Wall Street-type money to Silicon Valley. Crypto allows direct investments into technology startups, and tokenization of the actual business transaction mechanism cuts down all the traditional valuation crap dealing with public relations and whatever meta valuation factors. If the business is making sales, then the token is worth something, and that's all that matters. If the business is losing sales, then the token is worth less. Straightforward.
When All The Puzzle Pieces Fit Together
Two more things to note. First: If ETH successfully pulls off scaling through sharding/raiden and drastically reduces gas fees through proof of stake, then it will be fit for enterprise use. ETH's stress tested blockchain with upgrades will facilitate real world adoption (Most of these ERC20 platforms are currently not fit for real adoption due to high gas fees and low TPS). Otherwise, consider hedging into alternative smart contract-, high volume-, low cost-capable platforms with implementation documentation (e.g., Stellar) to potentially get some good gains. Second: A lot of these current crypto exchanges are not registered ATS's (alternative trading systems) that are permitted to trade securities by the SEC, so they can only trade utilities. But SEC is cracking down on these fake-utilities and are deeming them all securities... that's gonna leave these exchanges in the dust. So we're seeing big companies entering this space, Overstock building tZero, Circle/Goldman Sachs acquiring Polo, Cobinhood, etc. They are prepping for ATS compliance, and when legal tokenized securities become tradeable, they will be traded on these platforms... not hot messes like Binance. And they will be user friendly -- gateways for mainstream to invest directly in the tokenized assets of a company's core business model. It's all culminating to the survival of legit companies, mainstream adoption, and these are your clues. Enjoy trading shitcoins while they last, but don't get caught with your pants down bagholding them.
Rant over.
TL;DR Look for coins based on fundamentals and legal compliance so they will survive the massive culling in late 2018 when roadmaps don't meet milestone deadlines
Edit: Grammar, and Readability
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A Few Words for You Future Millionaires Out There :-)

If you have a million NYC coins and can’t wait to sell them for a quick profit when say the price of the coin hits a penny each, or even a tenth of a penny, then will you be a millionaire when it hits a dollar? No, you probably will be broke!
After you try to get in and out trying to buy some NYC back only to sell them again, etc, eventually you’ll be an outsider of the millionaires club.
Do you think most of the people who used Bitcoin to buy drugs back in the days are millionaires today? If your answer is “Probably not”, then you could suffer the same miss if you don’t plan to be firm for the minimal investment you are making today on NYC coins.
After all, it’s bad habits, greed, and a self-sabotage belief system that make a person always stuck in a dead end.
Well, you may say, I’m flipping my coins only to get more coins... That would only be good if it doesn’t become a habit. Once it is a habit, you won’t be able to quit. At some point, you won’t know when to quit flipping. And one day, when the price of NYC all of sudden increases by 1,000% or 10,000% in one day, you may find yourself stuck with a bunch of nickels and dimes again and not owning much of or any NYC at all.
So, are you dying for my advice yet?
Well, I don’t have any. Just wanted to make you think a little bit about your millions that you have today...
(Read quick before I decide to delete it without any warning! Haha..)
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Doge - an unbiased economical examination of the future and what can be done to enhance growth.

Hey there! i've been doing lots of wild thought queries on the future of Doge. Some were wild, some were close to the mark, but all had some close relevance that i think is worth examining. so i'll be putting all this together to give a decent financial examination.
 What is the future of Doge? 
In the near future, Doge will hit the 100,000 block (I like to call this the Dogevent - the point at which Doge can either make it or break it). after hitting this block, all further blocks will be harder to mine to limit the payout and reduce inflation of an already highly inflated currency. What does this mean? This means Doge will become increasingly more difficult to naturally obtain - Supply becomes Reduced due to low-end miners bailing. this naturally increases value, because the market becomes a primarily trade-based economy, rather than a generation-based economy.
In addition, when supply reduces enough, vendors will have more reason to accept Doge - people cannot simply "make" money as they can now.
On the flip side, Doge will lose its "playful, easy to access" nature as it progresses, leaving a new niche for a similar altcoin to grab. At this point, Doge needs to be established or risks crashing hard and permanently due to the high bail rate of all the ease-of-access users it accumulated prior to the Dogevent.
 Will Doge Survive to see the Dogevent? 
Debatable. I know it sounds grinchy, but many new curiosities rocket up post-inception. It's not uncommon to get the "To the moon!" fever, when in reality, it's simply curiosity driving numbers. and much like the cat, curiosity often dies. Right now you can see that after a bubble and a long plateau, Doge is slowly declining steadily due to a mix of little vendor use, large inflation, and heists merely a month after its start. It's kind of clear the whole "To the Moon" thing was merely people checking out what Doge was doing on a coin, and then realizing it wasn't for them.
However, Doge has a couple things going for it. it is notorious, which is good. Notoriety breeds constant use. it has so much publicity it's on the news. People Know about Doge. it's easy to access, so it has a rapidly growing userbase that tends to retain pretty well. and lastly, slumps happen to pretty much every cryptocurrency. it's not unexpected for people to bail when they realize they run their computers all night to get roughly 50 cents. But with a booming trade network and a cap in place in the near future, Doge is guaranteed to increase in price, which will drive more use and retention.
 What about Doge/USD independence? 
Doge is a Bitcoin dependency, meaning that if Bitcoin crashed this very minute, Doge, along with most other altcoins, would crash simultaneously. Doge can gain some sort of independence from Bitcoin, but it requires a massive raise in value. at this point, Doge is expected to yield a $0.01 value at the Dogevent. as a rough estimate, 1 mBTC currently equals $0.75. so no; it's too long a shot for Doge to be registering on the level of Bitcoin by the Dogevent, but supposing the Doge survives the Dogevent Bail, then it can can be one of the few cryptocurrencies that registers on a flat Coin/USD exchange rate (1 Doge = 1 penny). That would be its first step to True independence; not really too close, but pleasantly affiliated.
In addition, Survival of the Dogevent Bail means value increase is guaranteed at a rapid rate, as each successive block mined pushes more miners out of the system. This creates a self-reinforcing system where the supply diminishes further until the best of the best (serverbanks and dedicated farms acting as Doge mints) are the only ones competing for generated economy, leaving the rest to trade economy.
 Can Doge survive a Bitcoin Crash? 
Probably not.
Doge is solely dependent currently on Bitcoin. A crash of Bitcoin at any point before the Dogevent will spell the end for Doge and every alt currency out there. Past the Dogevent Bail, however, if Doge is still thriving and gaining a heavy amount of independent weight (evolving out of an altcoin into a maincoin), then a crash could either be good (very slim chance) or bad (very huge chance).
Good: Bitcoin crashes. some people will definitely cash out and leave the cryptocurrency scene, however many might remain and switch to other main coins. provided Doge is still healthy, there is a good chance many of the switchers relocate to Doge. A) it is young, so it has a healthy lifespan. B) it has hit its cap, so inflation phase is already over. C) it has an relevancy to the USD. The entire market will start to collapse due to the crash and relocation of Bitcoin, but with healthy spending and trading Doge and the remaining maincoins can revive it since. More users of Doge means even higher relevancy - increasing value.
Bad: Bitcoin crashes, and most people choose to cash out instead of stick with cryptocurrencies. the loss of the single largest maincoin and all of its users would send ripples throughout the entire market, causing prices to plummet. Doge and the other maincoins cannot revive the market in this scenario because a majority of the cryptomarket simply left, whereas in the last scenario, the merged.
Think of the Bitcoin as the USD and Doge as...Canadian money? say the USD failed right now. the world would falter and fall flat on its ass, but what would Americans do? Many would surely buy their weight in gold and bounce, but it's not out of the question that many may exchange for Canadian currency and start anew in the Canadian economy. in this scenario, the Rapid increase in value of the Canadian currency could be enough to help the world economy stabilize (since it takes up a huge portion of American economical ties), but only if every major economy pitched in.
 So how does Doge bump up rates to healthy levels before the Dogevent? 
Increase Output Branches: get vendors to accept it. this raises demand, since people WANT IT; it has value beyond tipping at this point. demand raises value.
Hoard and Destroy: eliminate inflation by decreasing stock, rendering remaining coins more valuable to make up for the destroyed stock.
Crash Alternative Markets: destroy competitive markets without screwing up the mother market, flooding your market with more users. more users means less Doge for everyone, less Doge for all means higher per capita value.
those are your three ways to immediately, right now, raise value of Doge.
option 1 is the healthiest, but it requires a speculative market. option 2 is the most surefire way to get it done in a snap, but it destroys the optimistic community based around the Doge. option 3 is, well, sabotage, cruel, and damn hard to pull off without touching the mother market. All have their drawbacks but if you're looking to increase the value of Doge right here, right now; one of these three things needs to be done.
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The Price of Dogecoin

I've seen several posts about the price of dogecoin and I won't bore you guys with another speculation but I would like to know why so many people think a dollar a doge is so unrealistic? You know what's unrealistic online money, the idea that digital money could be used to purchase goods and services. Hell the idea of the internet is completely unrealistic from the perspective of someone 25 years ago. "Talking to people through a computer? More computing power in my pocket than there is in all of NASA (in the 80s)? Total bs" But guess what we're here, we're at a point when some many "impossible" things that would have been dismissed are here now. Hell even when Bitcoin started they were a flipping joke, most people laughed at the very concept of it, but five years later they are worth over 450 dollars a coin compared to less than half a penny when they started. So my question to the nay sayers is why them and not us? Haven't we already done some pretty amazing things in these short five months. I don't know what the future holds, but one thing I am certain of is that this community is nothing short of amazing and if we continue to grow who says we won't be on Titan forget the earth moon.
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[AA] Supes

It's raining and I'm in the back of a deluxe armored military van speeding down a nearly empty highway. I check my watch: two in the morning. We're a little bit ahead of schedule but I'm not going to let that bother me. The van is full of characters. To my direct left, a crass and obese man named Walter snaps his fingers, each snap producing a small amount of flame. This is just a warm up for him. When the time comes, the snaps will create a lot more action than your average Bic.
He's been talking about a sexual exploit from the year before and up until now I hadn't been paying much attention to him.
“So, I was in my 20s and I had been doing the jizz coin thing for awhile, you know, for kicks, and I remember this one chick at the store...”
Dee, the only woman in the van, perked up from shining a long piece of wood in her lap that looked ever so normal until it began launching every dark magic spell known to man, the so-called Demon Wand, and asked the question that I was really hoping someone would ask. “Wait... what's jizz coin? Is that like Bitcoin?”
A disgusting teeth-less grin spread across the fat man's greasy face. “Oh, so much worse, toots. It's like this... I take whatever change I can find around the house. Nickels, pennies, quarters, whatever. It's really effective if I can get my mitts on a Susan B Anthony coin.” He pulled out a dime from his pocket and showed the now-curious audience. “I lay it down on a flat surface. A coffee table works perfect for me. Then I rub one out and blow on the coin.”
A chorus of groans and sweet-Christ's filled the air of the van.
He went on, “Then I let the coin dry. You know, don't want to make it too obvious. When it's good and- heh- crusty, I take it to whatever local shop I'm doing my weekly grocery run and make sure I place that sucker in the prettiest cashier's hand. I call it,” he finished with a flourish and flipped the dime in his hand at Dee. “jizz coining.”
Dee immediately vaporized the coin with a simple flick of the Wand and stared bullets at the repulsive man across from her.
As the remaining men in the van began to either laugh, become mad, or some kind of weird combination of both, the Sarge spoke up. His voice was stern and domineering yet always held a fatherly touch. “Alright, focus up!”
Everyone but Walter stopped making noise. The Sarge had that effect on people.
“I'm sure you're all wondering why I pulled you out of your beds at one in the morning and told you to be battle ready within the hour. Folks,” he cleared his throat. “we have a lead on the Purple Haze.”
A few gasps. One man even snickered. It's not hard to understand why. Some people weren't even convinced that Purple Haze existed. A few men, myself included, believed the name was merely a cover story by those in power for whatever terrible terroristic act was committed with no clear perpatrator or supe stepping up to take credit.
“I know, I know... it's probably a wash. But I can't pass up an opportunity to follow a lead on that son of a bitch.”
“If he's even real...” muttered Walter.
“Well, tonight we're going to find out, tubby,” the Sarge said with a smirk.
The Sarge was not the most powerful supe in the van. He wasn't even the fifth most powerful supe in the van. I think the most I had seen his elevated strength do was lift a car off the ground, something I had seen fellow students do in elementary school. But what the Sarge lacked in dazzling feats of being a supe, he made up with his cunning and leadership skills. He was a master strategist. His contingency plans had contingency plans that also, just for fun, had contingency plans.
I had to wonder then, why was the Sarge chasing tall tales? Why were we piled into a stuffy van at two in the morning? Why had I kissed my wife goodbye and told her I had to report for duty? For this? For something or someone that we had no evidence existed.
To my right, a small boy of Asian parentage whispered, “There is always the chance that Purple Haze doesn't leave anyone behind to say he exists.”
I turned to White and crouched down to speak to him. “What's that?”
“I said- he could be undocumented and unproven because anyone who could say he existed is not alive to say otherwise.”
“White,” I said with slight amusement. “it's 2018. There are literally CCTV cameras everywhere. Hell, I think I have one in my bathroom. If something that powerful existed, I think we'd at least have a terrible photograph of him.”
“Do you believe that?” the boy asked, his wide eyed 10 year glance piercing through my soul.
“White, you're one of the most powerful psychics in the world and your balls haven't even dropped yet. You know exactly what I believe and think.”
He smiled. “My mother told me it's still polite to ask.”
Walter noticed our conversation and shouted over me to White. “Hey, what's the little chink got to say? He telling you all the dirty things I'm thinking about doing to sweet little Dee over there?” He guffaws, his gut protruding from the bottom of his flak jacket.
White looked up at Dee then at Walter. “Why do you want her to shove that Wand up your rectum?”
Walter's face went blank. It was soon replaced by immense anger. “Why you little bas--” He raised his hands up and placed his unsnapped fingers in front of him.
“That's enough!” the Sarge yelled. “We're two minutes out. Get focused. White, are you picking up on anything?”
“Fear... guilt... anger... more fear...” White whispered, his eyes closed tightly.
“Yes, but are you picking up on anything from outside the van?”
The van fills with nervous laughter. The kid wasn't making that part up.
“No, Sarge. I'll keep you informed.”
“Alright, see that you do.” The Sarge pulled out a manila folder from behind him and flipped through it. As he flipped through it, he started listing off positions. “Walter, Fulton, and Jackson- you make us an entrance. The site we're traveling to has wall-to-wall fencing and steel doors. We'll need an entrance within 45 seconds of exiting the bus. Vogel?” I perked up and he nodded at me. “Air support for any outside pests.” I nodded back and pulled out my automatic rifle, locking and loading a fresh magazine. “Dee, White, you're both with me. We'll enter, get our bearings, and clear a path for Stallworth. If there's a fire fight or if this Purple Haze fella is there and things like we're going to die, we go to plan B.”
Dee looked up from the Demon Wand and asks, “What's Plan B?”
The Sarge tapped his fingers on a silver briefcase at his feet. “We cancel their series.”
The mood in the van immediately became even more cautious with the knowledge that a Cancellation bomb was on board. Considered by many in the supes community as the ultimate last resort, a Cancellation bomb nullified any supe for a range of time. Some bombs were merely made to dull supe abilities for a few seconds. Others, like the one at Sarge's feet, were designed to permanently cancel any supe's abilities for a long time- years, decades, and in some cases an entire lifetime.
White whispered again, this time without looking up from the floor. “He's not bluffing. He'd actually do it.”
I looked up at the Sarge and saw him solemnly latch the briefcase to his waist. Would he? Could he? Could he actually condemn an elite unit of police supes to a life of being un-powered?
“If I have to set it off, it has a twenty second timer and a two hundred feet radius. If you're outside that range, you'll probably only be out of power for a minute or two.” His words were surprisingly not reassuring.
A knock came from the driver's portion of the van, signalling a thirty second arrival.
“Lock and load!” the Sarge shouted.
The van pulled to a slow roll and before it can even fully stop the back door was ripped off its hinges.
* * *
I was about forty feet above the ground. The rain made it difficult for me to reach max flight. I pulled my flight goggles off and tried to get a clear look at the chaos going on below me. The van was in flames. I could see Dee and the Sarge standing back to back, the Sarge landing blow after blow knocking back random attackers and Dee using the Demon Wand as a ranged weapon on whatever fool approached her. I tried to locate White but couldn't lay eyes on him.
“Shit, shit, shit...” I muttered trying to find the small boy. He was a soldier, same as me. But his age and general lack of ever getting to live a normal life landed me with an older sibling complex that I couldn't control. For the time being, the Sarge and Dee would be fine. Their shadows didn't seem fazed by the onslaught of faceless drones coming at them.
I lowered myself to just ten feet above the ground and tried to do simple reconnaissance. The site, which turned out to be an empty warehouse in the middle of farm country, had barely on movement. I assumed that most of the site's occupants were currently trying to kill any number of my squad mates. The warehouse's front door was open and a bright light from inside of cast shadows on a small frame approaching the warehouse.
White, I thought, jetting myself forward as fast as my own piece of the supe pie could take me.
As I approached the boy, I lowered myself on to my feet and ran the last few feet to him. I grabbed him by the shoulders and turned him around. His eyes were full of tears and he was sobbing uncontrollably.
“White!” I shouted, looking around and ensuring our privacy. “White, what's wrong?”
“Shame!” he blubbered through ten year old tears. “So much shame. And hatred.” His eyes slowly rolled up over my head and the top of the warehouse. “He's... here.”
I slowly turned my head and saw a sight I wouldn't be forgetting for years. A man stood there. I mean, I call him a man. He was ten feet tall. Every part of his body was at peak muscular density. He was massive. And his skin shone with a light purple light. His skin was purple. His aura was purple. His eyes had purple pupils. “Jesus Christ!” I yelled. I turned my weapon on him and left off three rounds.
The bullets stopped less than a foot from him and fell harmlessly to the ground.
His voice echoed throughout the warehouse. It sounded like he was speaking to me from inside my head. It was clear. It was concise. “Never bring a gun to a god fight, Vogel.”
Without hesitation, I grabbed White by the scruff of his vest and pulled him into flight with me, launching us into the rainy air as fast as my abilities would take us. I looked down at the burning van and saw Dee and the Sarge still engaging in close quarters combat with their attackers. I shouted down at them, “Cancel it! CANCEL NOW!”
The Sarge briefly took his eyes off the mindless goon in front of him and looked up at me. Even through the rain, I could see the conviction on his face. He knew that I wouldn't call for Plan B unless it was absolutely necessary. He knew that what I had found inside that warehouse wasn't going to be solved by punches to the face, fiery finger snaps, or even dark magic spells. He delivered a knock out blow to a man in front of him, opened the briefcase, and set the bomb.
Thirty seconds, I thought. Dee would be fine. She wasn't a supe. Her powers came from the Wand and its makers. The Sarge would sacrifice himself if it meant impeding whatever was coming out of that warehouse. I looked back at the warehouse as I flew higher and higher into the cold wet sky. I saw a purple shape come out and make a bee line for the Sarge. For only a second, I made eye contact with the purple thing and almost immediately began to fall from the sky. The ground looked to make friends with me as I fell faster and faster. I closed my eyes and held White close to chest, wishfully hoping that I could at least spare him as I was tractor beamed into a death fall.
A foot from the ground, I thought of my wife and closed my eyes. I'd die but the boy would live and that felt fine to me.
* * *
I opened my eyes expecting to see whatever waits for us in the afterlife and instead saw only the ground, still a foot away from my face. I let out a long exhale. I was alive. For the time being at least. I looked up from my precarious floating position. White was already on the ground and running towards the ten foot behemoth that now stood only a short distance away.
The Sarge looked at the man with eyes full of wonderment, bewilderment, and fear. “Fifteen seconds, asshole.” The subtext of his statement was clear: fifteen seconds until you and me and everyone else here is on the same level playing field.
That voice, that damned booming voice spoke up again. “Oh Sargent, my Sargent...” the purple thing looked at the briefcase as it beeped away. “Did you think it was going to be that easy?” The briefcase rose from the ground and launched itself into the sky at speeds that would make a Phantom jet blush. A few seconds later and almost half a mile in the sky, the briefcase exploded outward. We were spared from a life of normalcy only to be faced with the ten foot purple problem that stood in front of us.
The Sarge gritted his teeth and pounced into action. He reached the burning police van and in one swift motion picked the vehicle up over his head and swung it into the purple thing's body. When he pulled the van back, he was shocked to see that his enemy hadn't even budged.
The thing spoke again, “You're starting to piss me off.”
The Sarge muttered, “You're a murdering terrorist. I don't care about your feelings.”
“Fair enough.”
He pointed his long purple index finger at the Sarge and with a flick of it launched the Sarge backwards a hundred feet, a large trail of upended dirt following his body's path.
The purple thing turned its attention to me. “Vogel, say my name and know me for who I am.”
I clenched my teeth. “You're Purple Haze.”
“That is corr--”
A small red seeker shot erupted on his back. He turned to face Dee who had the Demon Wand at the ready.
“Deidra Cartwright. The cursed girl. The black sheep. The last of her line.” He swiped his hand through the air and brought her within inches of his face. “And all she has is a little toy.” The Demon Wand wouldn't leave her stone cold grip as it was lifted up to his eye level. “I'll admit-- I wasn't sure how this form would react to dark magic.” He looked at where the shot had landed and smiled. “Kind of tickled.”
I had seen that Wand turn lower level supes into mulch. I had seen her lift an entire city bus off its axels to shake out bad men hidden inside of it. I had seen her defeat high level dark magic users with a single attack spell. And this man had just referred to the source of all that power as nothing more than a toy.
“Kill me. You'll never get your hands on the Demon Wand.”
“I'm...” he chose his next words carefully. “not going to kill you yet.”
“Purple Haze!”
It was the Sarge. He limped towards us, his right arm held to his ribs.
“The return of the delusional freedom fighter.”
“Yeah, that's right, you purple fuck.” He held up a middle finger. “You forgot one of us when you were flinging us about like play things.”
“And who's that?”
The Sarge shouted, “Stallworth, NOW!”
Within a millisecond, the right side of Purple Haze's head erupted as a man grew from only a few nanometers in size to a fully grown man. He grew... from inside Purple Haze's skull. Stallworth landed on his feet and began to wipe the blood and viscera off his skin tight latex suit and mask.
I half-expected that to do the trick.
I'm an optimist like that.
Purple Haze just stood there, half of his head just dangling on a thin piece of skin. His still intact eye looked over at the damage done by the Human Expansion and he smiled. “Well, that was unexpected.” The missing side of his face rose up to its former place and began to reassimilate itself with the rest of his purple head.
“Violent rage,” White said, his eyes practically bulging from his small skull. “Patience and violent rage and hatred and shame. We need to go.”
The Sarge was in shock. He had expected that to do the trick. He had expected Purple Haze to not be able to recover from basically having his head turned inside out. When you are a master strategist and everything fails, every contingency of every contingency of every contingency fails, what do you do?
“Dee, an exit, please.”
Dee slapped the Demon Wand against the ground and created a six foot portal. She jumped through and was quickly followed by Walter who had, been hiding just out of sight. I looked at Purple Haze as his head began to reform and jumped in, pulling White along with me. The Sarge shook his head and muttered something that sounded like 'until next time' before falling into the ground portal.
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] Will there be another 2017-like crypto pump ever gonna happen again? My rant on the future of cry...

The following post by slickguy is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ CryptoCurrency/comments/812fmy
The original post's content was as follows:
Background
I've been getting several messages lately inquiring about my old post from which I borrowed $30k to buy ETH back in May: https://np.reddit.com/ethtradecomments/68oshw/just_borrowed_30k_to_buy_eth_stay_tuned_for_the/
I started typing a long response to someone who asked me whether he thinks there's gonna be another opportunity like ETH in the future (from which I made over 100X returns, buying most between $10 and $100, and cashing out 90% at $1000-$1200)...and I realized I typed so much info that it could be worthwhile to share it with the community.
Before I start my rant though... about the loan I had taken out at the time: don't ever invest in more than you're willing to lose.
Opportunities will always come, in one way or another. Today is crypto, yesterday was flipping houses, before that was penny and internet stocks. But from a crypto standpoint, opportunities in this field are gonna be more rare. Bitcoin, ETH, and other large caps coins are probably done for for a while -- they'll go up in the long run but I don't think we'll see another new parabolic rise of 1000+% gains for a long while. People switched to ICOs after seeing some of the 3-10X gains, but the wild west of unregulated ICOs is starting to lose steam, mostly due to regulatory barriers.
Identifying Fundamental Disruptions
I invested in ETH first at $10 and buying all the way up to $100 (the $30k loan got me ETH at $80 each), and while others were selling for 2x flips, I was able to hold it all the way to $1000+. I think this is important to mention in the context of this post because of the necessity to realize the long-term disruption that lays ahead. At the time, I realized that ETH was about to give altcoins/tokens the ability to be speculated on due to their direct utility association in a tech startup's main business mechanism. I firmly believed that ETH should be worth at nearly as much as, if not at least, BTC in market cap because of this. Prior to ETH, it was just Bitcoins and then all clones/shitcoins. ETH gave rise to ICOs and speculative coins that could be assigned potential business value to it, thereby making crypto markets what it is today. Frankly, the entire crypto market owes ETH, and respectfully BTC of course, for what is today. Note though: I rolled the dice big for ETH, but even my $30k investment at the time was only about a quarter of my savings at the time. So again, don't invest in more than you are willing to lose or sleep soundly at night.
The Future: Increasing Regulation
Anyway, turning to the future. Here's what I think is going to happen. SEC is going shutdown alot of ICOs; they are really cracking down on ICOs claiming to be utilities, even if disguised through airdrops or SAFTs. In fact, just today's WSJ news said SEC issued subpoenas to multiple ICOs and have taken interest in SAFTs for so-called utility tokens. Just like the dot-com bubble, 90%+ of these previous ICOs are gonna tank and fail. We're gonna see a massive correction probably later in 2018, when roadmaps with major expected milestones start missing their deadlines, and a domino effect happens when SEC starts really flexing their muscle and forcing exchanges to go into delisting mode (we already are starting to see this with Bittrex).
But a Hidden Opportunity
So about looking for another crypto pump opportunity.... When the culling happens, the survivors are gonna be as follows. Look for US-based ICOs that have been SEC-compliant from the outset, or at least making a strong effort to do so. Having a legal advisor or team member will be big this year. Don't be afraid of lockups or holding periods if it's for the purpose of being SEC compliant (signs are mentions of Reg CF, Reg D, Reg S, and Reg A+ offerings... you could google these keywords with their company name to see if they have a filing record in SEC's database). See if these ICOs and team leaders had a successful and profitable business in the past, or at least spun out of a profitable company. Also, there's way too much bullshit with partnerships, many which are fake or with useless no/name companies. Next, a lot of these open ecosystem platforms rely on partner companies to attract customers -- but why would companies join when there are no customers, and vice versa. It's all bullshit and often pump and dump shilling. What you want is a closed ecosystem (think Apple iOS) to help consumers navigate the business model. An open ecosystem where customers have to attach their own crypto wallet, blah blah blah, yay decentralization, yeah... well that's all never gonna see mass adoption (think Linux... some hardcore advocates exist, but what layperson actually wants to operate command lines or deep menus all day long and accidentally break their system with one wrong syntax). Look how successful Coinbase has become by simplifying crap. Too much shit is focused on the crypto side and it's like a foreign language to mainstream customers who won't touch it with a ten foot pole. Look for ICOs that are consumer focused rather just have solely an ICO page. It's particularly appealing if they have a self-directing strategy in the form of a tangible product they can sell to generate data or transactions in their ecosystem, which would naturally attract additional customers/companies into their platform.
Examples:
  • https://www.epigencare.com/ico - Selling a 23andMe-like skincare test to generate skincare profiles, then seeing how product ingredients affect the profiles. Then skincare companies can target their products to customer profiles through their recommendation engine, and present them as personalized solutions in the customer's test report.
  • https://holo.host/ico/ - Creating a new blockchain 3.0 that allows you store full websites and databases directly on the blockchain (instead of just transaction data), in order to allow decentralized hosting via peer-to-peer internet. They're selling small server boxes or software so you get paid crypto for cloud hosting (and apps and sites needing hosting pay the hosts).
These companies with revolutionary ideas, who are making an effort to be legally compliant and also have a tangible product, are the ones that are gonna survive the mass culling of alts and ICOs later this year. If we ever get our first ICO unicorn (from revenue, not pumped market cap of their token), then it will bring truly mainstream recognition of the crypto markets that will give the traditional stock markets a serious run for their money. I'm not talking about less than 1% of the $70 trillion stock market value of the world -- I'm talking like double digit levels of the entire global stock market. And I bet you it will happen. This is the sorting-out phase of the future -- a shift from old world Wall Street-type money to Silicon Valley. Crypto allows direct investments into technology startups, and tokenization of the actual business transaction mechanism cuts down all the traditional valuation crap dealing with public relations and whatever meta valuation factors. If the business is making sales, then the token is worth something, and that's all that matters. If the business is losing sales, then the token is worth less. Straightforward.
When All The Puzzle Pieces Fit Together
Two more things to note. First: If ETH successfully pulls off scaling through sharding/raiden and drastically reduces gas fees through proof of stake, then it will be fit for enterprise use. ETH's stress tested blockchain with upgrades will facilitate real world adoption (Most of these ERC20 platforms are currently not fit for real adoption due to high gas fees and low TPS). Otherwise, consider hedging into alternative smart contract-, high volume-, low cost-capable platforms with implementation documentation (e.g., Stellar) to potentially get some good gains. Second: A lot of these current crypto exchanges are not registered ATS's (alternative trading systems) that are permitted to trade securities by the SEC, so they can only trade utilities. But SEC is cracking down on these fake-utilities and are deeming them all securities... that's gonna leave these exchanges in the dust. So we're seeing big companies entering this space, Overstock building tZero, Circle/Goldman Sachs acquiring Polo, Cobinhood, etc. They are prepping for ATS compliance, and when legal tokenized securities become tradeable, they will be traded on these platforms... not hot messes like Binance. And they will be user friendly -- gateways for mainstream to invest directly in the tokenized assets of a company's core business model. It's all culminating to the survival of legit companies, mainstream adoption, and these are your clues. Enjoy trading shitcoins while they last, but don't get caught with your pants down bagholding them.
Rant over.
TL;DR Look for coins based on fundamentals and legal compliance so they will survive the massive culling in late 2018 when roadmaps don't meet milestone deadlines
Edit: Grammar, and Readability
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MIB Files: Knight's Templar

The Knight's Templar is still active, but operates differently than how people think. It never really ended, it just went underground. Most of the visible groups are not the genuine article of the real thing. A lot of them actually just work regular jobs, pretty much anything they can get their hands on and live as frugally as possible foregoing many comforts.
Even if they have a gig working at McDonald's or something and most of their money has gone to rent and food and they literally have pennies left, every extra red cent after that is handed over to the Templars and stored to gather interest. Even pennies on the ground are picked up. People like this are referred to as "Gatherers".
They keep it in physical cash, in banks, digital currency, and even vast vaults of precious metals, and it's stored in different places all over the world. They're behind some, not all, of the tungsten filled gold bars.
They've been sneaking as much gold as they can. They know about the Annunaki and have been gathering gold for wealth purposes, but also specifically for their return, but they're not sure exactly what Annunaki do with it.
They own probably most of the digital currency in the world. Even if it's "owned" by an individual, they are more than likely affiliated with the Templars. They mine the hell out of it. They tap into the electricity grid and bypass meters to steal power to fuel their mining rigs. They're built from scavenged computer parts.
They have some hidden ones all over the place, and even tap into the utilities down in sewers. They do a lot of things to save money and wanted to use sewage for liquid cooling of their rigs, but if they messed it up they would have lost the rig and had a foul smelling mess to clean up.
They pirate a lot of movies and games so they can have some entertainment in order to save money. Some of them do it as a hobby to bring a little joy to the others in their group, and also release it to the rest of the world in torrents. They do a lot of dumpster diving, scavenging of all sorts, and are expert couponers.
Lots of can recycling as well. They used to gather up cans and bottles from the areas surrounding Michigan, but a lot of people were getting in on that and the areas around it started getting bare. After a while the fuel cost for transport started not being worth it.
They do a lot of Ebay, Craigslist, car, and real estate flipping. They've been known to sabotage properties and whole neighborhoods to decrease property value then buy them at a cheaper price, fix them back up again, then sell them. A few properties have been done like this multiple times.
Some of the gathering of wealth is done by criminal activity. It involves things where people won't get hurt, like cigarette smuggling, and selling counterfeit goods. Some of the smash and grabs of jewelry stores are them. That type of thing is covered by insurance, so they see no harm done. Other things are specifically insurance fraud, but "good luck proving anything". They've gotten exceedingly efficient at it.
They've robbed their own stores before. Another thing they've done is had their own real estate appraiser to artificially inflate the value of properties then intentionally burn them down and collect a big profit from the insurance payout. They've kept valuable coins, bars, and artwork in private residences which they insured, then had one of their own "burglarize" the place and collect insurance for it.
They also just rob criminals who have just robbed others. Sometimes they give it back to the victim if they can find them, but don't go out of their way investigating things. Some have intentionally gone to prison to make money on the economy in there.
They're trying to cool it on the more unethical practices though and it's just something they've gotten carried away with. They used to follow the 10 commandments to a T, but started getting loose with it over the centuries as long as it involved gathering wealth.
At times things have been taken too far and have made the news before and there was collateral damage, but they try the best they can to keep the unethical activity within their group and just exploit the system. They've been doing this a long time and they've become a bit out of touch from society even though they've also been walking among everyone else.
Some of them are so hardcore that all they do is work multiple jobs and have no hobbies other than work. Some of them work themselves too hard or get injured and they start using drugs to keep them going. It keeps them going for a little while longer, but it has a detrimental effect in the long run. Some get hooked and can't stop, then feel the guilt about the money that they should be saving going towards their addiction instead of "back home".
They try to eat just basic but healthy food, and sometimes splurge on some dollar menu, but feel guilty about that too. They're allowed some minor comforts like this to keep up morale, but the guilt gets to them later because of the way they were raised.
They have different people within their group. There's military, intelligence, scribes, scientists, engineers, doctors. There are people who live full time in underground facilities. There are some who do about 50/50, and others who live full time on the outside. They refer to the surface as the "outs" just like prison slang. Anyone who takes up work involving going on the outside undergoes combat training.
The underground facilities are built circular like a ring within a ring reminiscent a bull's-eye. There's Faraday shielding all around it and hardened for EMP. Living quarters are the outside ring. The first inner ring is where they do their farming. The food isn't anything special, just basic organically grown stuff. Whatever isn't grown is bought in bulk in vast quantities. Lots of stored food in huge warehouses.
The "dot" at the center is their armor and military stuff. There's an elevator which goes down and that's where all their research and development is. They have archives down there too. Lots of ancient documents and scrolls. Mostly religious related.
Their military typically wears Urban Camo pattern. Their weapons are just regular guns, but usually the best the outside has to offer. They make some of their own, but it's usually just mixed parts and slight improvements on what's already been made. They do have better ammunition though, which is what they tend to focus on.
One thing they have is plastic explosive instead of gunpowder and striking the primer produces something like piezoelectric charge which detonates it. It has a higher muzzle velocity around double what conventional ammo has and they also have armor piercing bullets. There's no hiding behind cover with this stuff. They've experimented with Teflon coating them and supposedly have something better than Teflon, but that was a while ago.
They have something like "Power Armor" that they refer to as "Exosuits". It looks a lot like the Cyborg Ninja suit from Metal Gear Solid 2, only it has an inch thick ballistic glass lens for the eyes in a cross shape. No swords.
It's in the black and grey colors like Urban Camo. It's slim enough to be worn under clothes if you buy them a large enough size. It's a one piece armored suit that augments strength and speed. It's quiet enough to walk around without anyone noticing, but you can hear the motors if you put your ear up to them or have a sensitive enough microphone.
The suit can pressurize itself for either high g-forces in aircraft, or for stopping blood flow in case a projectile made its way thought. It can have movements programmed in as presets, like a higher and more efficient jump. It can also help steady aim from recoil of firearms.
The joints are flexible material. It has built in fully automatic guns and mini explosive homing rockets. There's a non lethal pneumatic "blast" to knock people down in if it's needed. It has a built in air compressor to recharge it, but it takes a while. There's removable ballistic shields that can attach to the forearms.
It protects against small arms, fire, and even plasma. The armor is something like a carbon fiber frame with various layers of different materials to protect against different things while still being lightweight. It has built in visual enhancement as well as acoustic amplification. It's also air and water tight and there's also a sonar system, and an integrated rebreather. It specifically built to protect against nuclear, biological, and chemical threats.
It sounds stupid, but it also has rocket boots. It's a single use charge that can get someone over a wall or other obstacle. The whole suit runs on batteries. It has a 12 hour run time with all the systems active. It has a backup hydrogen power cell for emergencies that can be refilled with water if need be. Distilled water is preferable, but tap water will work.
They have their own Navy which includes aircraft and boats. They just take old things like F-16s and B-2 bombers, gut them, and retrofit them with their own technology and are vastly superior to any F-22 or F-35. The boats are pretty much the same way and are stored in cliffs by the coast. They keep the shells this way to that the visual appearance is the same to keep everything else more hidden.
They have a few underground facilities. Most of them are for storing gold and technology. There's a main facility below the equator. Its exact location is classified. These types of facilities are protected by automated turrets and patrolling drones. They kind of look like R2-D2, but not quite. A little more refined.
They have nanotechnology, but don't believe in bio modification like genetic engineering. They practice eugenics and selective breeding. They don't believe in marking their bodies with scarring or tattoos, but some of them do so they can maintain cover in society.
There was some conflict between MIB and the Knight's Templar, but it was due to misunderstanding and compartmentalization. They have advanced technology and this was a part of it. Weapons, armor, anti gravity, etc. Not as good as MIB stuff though.
They don't have time travel, but there was an attempt at utilizing it for manipulating digital currency, specifically bitcoin to make more money. They believe this is what got the MIB on their back and raided. They describe it like a SWAT team on steroids. They have technology and intelligence gathering and still didn't see us coming.
They figured the MIB raid was about confiscation. Some people died, but everything got cleared up. Someone gave them some intel that if they literally just set their weapons down the conflict would stop without getting fired upon anymore and it went exactly that way. They're not sure where that intel came from.
They have their own intelligence gathering like CIA, and also take part in assassination. It's mainly about protecting the technology and wealth by any means necessary. The technology is more about protecting the wealth, and the research they put into the weaponry was to protect it even from the governments if they needed to. They weren't going to take the chance of being wiped out and having the wealth taken again.
They do some work loosely with the Vatican, but it's mostly religion related. They do believe in a supernatural God and Christ, but they also acknowledge a science based element to it all. They follow the Ten Commandments and a lot of the old scripture, but adapt to life on the outside. They tend to not curse and use foul language unless they're trying to blend in.
They live a lot like ultra conservative orthodox Catholics, but try to blend in on the surface as much as possible. So much so that something like doggy style sex would be considered kink to them. For them, sex is only for the purpose of procreation and that's it. There's no sex out of wedlock. When people who have been working on the outside come back they sometimes get scolded as being degenerates. Not always seriously.
A life of frugality sounds pretty hard, but they're raised this way their whole life with their parents and their parent's parents living like this going back generations. Small bits of joy and splurging go a long way. They used to live their lives more out of balance with no splurging or entertainment whatsoever, only wealth gathering, but take a more balanced approach these days.
The balanced approach has increased wealth generation by about 10% over a couple decades. That doesn't sound like much, but they track everything down to the smallest hundredth decimal and this is a big change for them. By allowing them to spend more money, they've had the effect of making more money. It's proven that happy workers are more productive works.
The rumors of them having artifacts they've been holding onto are true. The "Holy Grail", "Spear of Destiny", and a "Piece of the Holy Cross". This is something that's compartmentalized even from most of them, but one thing about it is those whom know about these artifacts are sure that they're not literal and are more than likely just codenames for something else. What exactly they are is unknown at this time, but the one constant is that they're ancient.
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[Informational] [CC0] Lightening Blockchain Load

Lightning Network

The Lightning Network is a concept proposed by developers Thaddeus Dryja and Joseph Poon to create a network of trust-less payment channels on top of the Bitcoin Blockchain. The goal of this network is to allow for instantaneously secure Bitcoin payments of any amount, no matter how small.

Motivation

The Scalability Problem

From the earliest days of Bitcoin, critics took issue with its scalability characteristics. The very first response to Satoshi Nakamoto's described design was a total rejection of the system as being unable to deal with the enormous capacity demands of the world's economy. This message was the first, but far from the last time the scalability of Bitcoin would be called into question.
The reason for this skepticism is that in computer science, there are well understood system designs and algorithm designs, with vastly different costs. For example when a design calls for searching through a group of words, an adjustment to make the words alphabetically ordered can produce a potentially billion times faster solution. Simply by using a strategy of checking in exponentially reducing half sections, the search is executed at an exponentially reduced cost. The Blockchain is an example of a system in which growth of use does not just grow cost linearly, but instead at an exponentially increasing rate.
The reason for this inefficiency is that when the Blockchain adds a new member who needs to send payments, the new member incurs a cost on all the other members who have a need to fully validate payments. All fully validating members of the Blockchain must sync and validate everything all other members produce. From the perspective of the total system, this means that the total system cost is increasing as a power of two, the polar opposite outcome of what a more ideally scalable and efficient algorithm would yield.

Scalability Solutions

Satoshi Nakamoto realized this deficiency in his original proposal, and came up with a proposed solution. His idea was to reduce the operative mode of validation to be scoped to a user, for users who had less need to validate. Since additional members only incurred costs on validating members, skipping validation from some clients would mean that the impact of adding members was more limited, to be borne only by those who wished to dependably receive payments, such as merchants.
This method he named Simplified Payments Verification or SPV, and his original outlined plan would present a less secure but still acceptable model for normal consumers because there would be an alerting mechanism for rule breaches that would signify the system was compromised, proactively preventing attacks on consensus rules.
Although long promised, the demands of Bitcoin Core's development meant that Satoshi was never able to deliver on his promised SPV-mode client. Over time others took his ideas and appropriated the SPV name in making their own similar, but not quite equal solutions. Due to wide differences of opinion in the correct methods and workability of SPV mode, a reference project was never created and the alerting system was never crafted. Nevertheless as a working solution many people adopted lower security but more user friendly and less operationally costly wallets, in many varied configurations.
Eventually the efficiencies of SPV came to be seen as only a temporary optimization of the Blockchain design. Instead of solving the exponential cost of the Blockchain system, SPV clients could only slow the cost increases. The lack of an alerting system and other faults of SPV meant that anyone receiving payments could not rely on it, muting the model's positive impact on the total system scalability cost. SPV's dependency on miner validation made miner centralization concerns more pronounced.
The validation cost burden on merchants and on the overall system began to have secondary negative effects, such as contributing directly to mining centralization by giving outsize advantages to miners with economies of scale. The high cost of a full node contributed to merchant validation centralization by creating an increasingly high cost to validate payments. Many efforts were made to optimize against these increasing costs, but the fundamental design of the Blockchain meant that an increasing tide of transactions would one day overwhelm any possible optimization that did not address the basic peer broadcasting design.

The End of SPV

Another marked failing of SPV clients proved to be that they could never successfully be secured against financial privacy leakage. This represented a threat to users' personal privacy and even to the overall utility of the currency where all equal denomination coins, no matter their origin, should have close to an equal value.
SPV clients were also seen as unsustainable in a decentralized configuration: since they cannot sync with each other they must make increasing demands on the limited and increasingly costly altruism of the node operators.
SPV could also not provide a solution to another much lamented Blockchain problem: the limitations preventing micro-payments. Early on in Bitcoin's life, to fight floods of small transactions that were called penny-flooding, Satoshi had instituted barriers against very small payments: payments smaller than a tenth of a bitcoin were blocked.
Satoshi also created a prioritization system to improve the Blockchain's reliability for high value payments, a marketplace for transactions in every block, with space being prioritized to the highest value transactions as indicated by fees. This further pushed out very small payments, Satoshi often had to regretfully inform people that micro-payments were not feasible.
In the early years of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto and the other developers faced many and varied pressing immediate practical operational concerns and development realities of simply keeping the Blockchain reliable, durable and secure. Early plans for scalability and support for broad use-cases gave way to what was seen as the most important use-case: high value transactions with a high level of security and durability against network attack.
Over time the system's long-term scalability, various lower priority use cases, and difficult to implement features like instant settlement were all pushed to be developed outside of the Blockchain on a different layer, called Layer 2. Layer 2 systems would still empower transactions denominated in Bitcoin units and be ultimately settled against the Blockchain, but also be able to avoid offering the same guarantees and functionality as the Blockchain, in order to serve a broader range of use cases.
The Lightning Network is an example of a Layer 2 service: a network service that seeks to provide instant settlement, tiny micro-payments, improved privacy, in a system that is fundamentally built on the Blockchain but also logically separated.

Achieving Lightning

Lightning's solutions are based on a common and long running proposal for how to use the Blockchain to provide for instantly secure and arbitrarily small transactions: payment channels. Payment channels have existed for many years, in both well established theory and as real libraries and projects.
Payment channels are a method of using smart contracts to rapidly trade Bitcoin between two parties, without requiring the Blockchain for more than occasional settlement. The parties create a shared starting balance on the Blockchain and then using signed but un-broadcast transactions rapidly, cheaply, and privately update the balance between them.
Because the funds are locked in a multiple signature smart contract, cooperation with the channel partner is required to spend the funds, however a payment channel smart contract also specifies a timeout that acts an escape if there is a failure of cooperation. There are multiple ways to form these channels, but they all offer the same advantages: instant transactions, arbitrarily small denomination payments, low fees, and transaction privacy, although only between two joined together parties.
The key innovation in Lightning is to take these joined pairs and link them together in a network: pairs passing along funds to each other in a chain until they reach their destinations. This combines the Blockchain's benefit of sending to arbitrary users with all payment channel benefits like instantly secure transactions.

Opening Payment Channels

To open channels in Lightning, a Bitcoin transaction smart contract is published with rules for how deposited funds may be spent. The rules of the transaction essentially specify that funds deposited cannot be spent unless both parties agree, with the exception that one party can unilaterally refund his deposited funds to himself if he is willing to wait for a time delay before re-spending them.
The transaction establishing these rules is called a commitment transaction and a transaction that adds funds into this channel is called a funding transaction. For efficiency, when initiating the channel for the first time both transactions may be folded together into a single Blockchain transaction.
There are two proposed methods for accomplishing Lightning's channel timeout requirement. The first mechanism uses a feature called CLTV that first added to Bitcoin in the soft forking Bitcoin Core version 0.11.2, released in November of 2015. This feature allowed for time-locking funds against a certain date, meaning that channel partners could create fixed future time timeouts for their channels. Using this feature would mean that channels be routinely re-created to bump the timeout window forward.
Another method was also proposed, using a time-locking feature called CSV that was first added to Bitcoin in the soft forking Bitcoin Core version 0.12.1, released in April of 2016. CSV allowed for specifying relative time locking contracts, meaning that channel partners could instead choose their timeout relative to when they executed their channel escape clause, allowing for channels that could remain open indefinitely. Because of this improvement, CSV timeouts were selected as the standard for Lightning payment channels.

Instant Settlement

Lightning payment channels work pretty much like normal payment channels, they pass signed transactions between two parties to update their balance. There is however one unique aspect that allows for routing: a third party involved in a Lightning balance update transaction called an R value. This R value, which is simply a lumping together of information about the movement of funds, allows a transaction between parties to be routable. R values represent hash-able information that can be used as Blockchain presentable proof that funds have been moved across the Lightning Network.
To understand how the R value allows moving money through the interaction of third party Lightning Network actors, it's important to understand that when spending funds on the Blockchain it is not actually the people who authorize funds. Instead it is only their private keys' signatures that authorize spending, all Blockchain funds are actually locked in contracts that have various rules about how they may be unlocked, the most common being that a singular private key may be used to unlock them.
Because Blockchain contracts simply deal in signatures and are scriptable, it is possible to create a type of transaction that is keyed against a signatory who actually knows nothing about the transaction and simply testifies to a system state in a signed way. For example, a server that produced cryptographically signed statements about the weather could be used in a transaction between two parties to be the arbiter of the execution of a weather based funds transfer, without any direct involvement of the server in the transaction itself.
This type of transaction is rare, and it was banned as part of a blanket banning effort by Gavin Andresen and Jeff Garzik who objected to general purpose smart contracts on the Blockchain and promoted the idea of a white listing system called standard transactions. In February of 2014, the release of Bitcoin version 0.10.0 mostly lifted this restriction, allowing more novel transaction types. Included in the allowed transaction types were those keyed off of an arbitrary non participatory signature, called hash locked transactions.
In February of 2016, Sean Bowe and Pieter Wuille published a work in progress version of a special transaction type that could include a time locked transaction with a hash unlock code. This specific type of transaction, called a Hash Time Locked Contract or HTLC, enables the state changes within Lightning Network channels.
Lightning Network clients negotiate with the network to send out a transaction to be routed across the network, yielding an updated set of finalized settlement data which represents the settlement update hash lock solution, the R value. This R value is only represented to the Blockchain as an opaque signature, and it could signify any successful routing, including passing of value from the Bitcoin Blockchain to another Blockchain, like the Bitcoin Testnet.
This type of settlement transaction is very powerful, it can be used to create a wide variety of transactions, like multi-signature transactions within the Lightning Network, or even probabilistic settlements within the Lightning Network. A novel payment type called Pre-Image Length Probabilistic Payment, or PILPP has been proposed as a way to send payments on the Lightning Network that are actually provably probabilistic, meaning it is possible to send someone a one bitcoin with a fifty percent chance of arrival. Using this payment type, it is theorized that services could even charge sub-Satoshi fees for their services by asking customers for probabilistic payments of a single Satoshi.

Settlement Security

The Lightning Network offers a particularly private solution to executing a transaction, called onion routing, in a method similar to the online privacy system Tor, also known as The Onion Router. The way that Lightning Network transactions are executed, each client considers the destination for funds and then decides on a linked series of pairs to execute the transfer. The client then wraps the pair series information in an encrypted format so that each pair jump is only given information on a need-to-know basis. The intermediary relays are not given information about any of the other pairs, including the final destination of the transfer they are assisting.
To avoid a situation where pairs fail to execute their fund passing duty, routed payments are given a TTL, or a time to live, meaning that the payments are no longer valid after a certain point. This allows automatic retrying of payments that fail to route successfully due to a third party fund transfer failure. Transactions can also use fees to incentivize pairs to successfully pass funds in a timely manner; pairs that fail to route may bear an opportunity cost.

In Breach of Contract

From the Blockchain's perspective, Lightning Network funds are just funds deposited in a two of two signature multi-signature wallet. As the balance of funds changes within a channel, the settlement is actually done through a transaction that may be broadcast at any time to the Blockchain to settle funds back to each party.
With potentially thousands of balance state change transactions, the balance within the channel is intended to go up and down over time. This presents a major problem for payment channels: what happens if the other party broadcasts an obsolete state of the balance of payment to the network that ignores a recent payment, and therefore steals funds?
This situation in which there is a breach of the basic channel contract where an out of date state is broadcast can only be solved by correcting the Blockchain record in response, meaning the stored funds must be monitored for breaches. In the Lightning Network the solution to this issue is to preemptively prepare a special type of transaction called a breach remedy transaction that prevents the invalid old state from being used to steal funds.
A breach remedy transaction goes beyond reclaiming the injured party's funds. To discourage theft, the transaction also takes the entirety of the offending party's funds as a penalty. For this reason it is recommended that a channel never be allowed to empty, that some funds to take in penalty always remain, to avoid a situation called an exhausted channel.
Breach remedy transactions are formed as a part of every update to the balance of payments in a Lightning Network channel, in a flow called the Revocable Sequence Maturity Contract or RSMC. The RSMC flow is done without requiring trust in the other party, generating and exchanging the guarantees against betrayal before completing the funds state update.
Breach remedy transactions are fully formed, fully signed, and they may even be safely published to third parties with rewards for the first publisher attached, to incentivize many eyes watching for and preventing a breach of contract.

Closing Time

Sometimes channel participants may wish to close their channels, for regular channel rebalancing or just to make a Blockchain payment. Lightning Network transactions that settle back to the Blockchain are called exercise settlement transactions, and they are simply standard co-signed transactions. Funds are sent as in any standard multi-signature transaction and the channel is considered closed. This happens instantly, as long as the channel partner is cooperative.
In the event that a channel partner is unavailable to close the channel, another option is possible, which is to exercise the CSV clause specified in the channel opening contract. This clause says that any party may unilaterally close the channel and reclaim their funds, provided that they wait for a timeout period to spend their funds again freely.
This timeout period is called a dispute period, because it gives the channel partner a chance to dispute the channel close in the case of a breach of contract, when the channel is closed with an out of date balance of payments.

Potential Issues

There are a number of challenges inherent in the Lightning Network concept. In the most marked change from the Blockchain, Lightning flips the configuration of the network from a single shared Blockchain ledger to a wide array of individualized Lightning client ledgers. Users holding Lightning Network funds are holding funds that are just as good as Bitcoin, but the funds are actually signed claims on funds.
In the Blockchain a global ledger state is synced between everyone and a user must only save their private keys to retain control of their funds. In Lightning, securely holding both the key data and individualized ledger data is the responsibility of the client. One solution to this issue is to use the saved keys to securely encrypt the state data and then save the encrypted data to a networked backup.
Another departure from the Bitcoin network model that requires careful consideration is that Lightning transactions do not need to be broadcast to every member by relaying others transactions. Given a more limited number of transactions that are sent, this reveals more information as to the identity of the sender. To solve this, Tor channels could be used to obscure IP information from channel partners, but a more comprehensive and as yet undefined solution may be needed to help obscure other correlation efforts.
Funds in Lightning also work differently from Bitcoin funds. The Lightning channels lock the funds to an agreement with a Lightning relay, in which a set of cooperative rules are agreed upon to enable the Lightning protocol. But in the case of a cooperation failure, which can simply mean the connected Lightning relay suffering downtime, user funds will be locked from use for up to the preset lock time, which could be up to a week. To deal with this, it's suggested that the risk of locking be spread over multiple channels, or that a user be encouraged to limit their use of Lightning to smaller amounts of spending money. Spending down entire channels is also not an efficient use of Lightning, so that reinforces the idea of users separating their funds into spending money in Lightning channels and savings in traditional Bitcoin wallets.
Another tricky issue with Lightning funds is that a channel partner may try to steal funds from the channel. Wallets must either be semi-regularly online to prevent that, or third parties must be available who can be relied upon to prevent theft. Theoretically, miners could also execute a theft directly, by gaining majority control of the network for the dispute period and blocking any breach remedy transactions from occurring, although some of the standard guards against miners taking that action would still apply, such as their general block reward incentives. This means that Lightning benefits from a decentralized set of miners and a set of users who are able to access the Blockchain cheaply to respond to breaches of channel contracts.
There are actually two configuration types of Lightning, similar to how there are two common types of Bitcoin clients: light Lightning clients who only spend money occasionally, and full Lightning nodes who act as relays and comprise the body of the Lightning network. There is a benefit associated with running a Lightning relay: as transactions are passed through a relay, they carry a reward of small market-based fees. But there is also a potential cost with running a Lightning relay, these relays are software that must have the agency to move funds between their channels. Relays need to have some automated access to user funds, to complete the signatures needed for channel transaction routing. It is recommended that relay operators be sure to secure their systems from unauthorized access to protect the capital required to operate a relaying node. Lighter Lightning clients do not share this issue, by only connecting occasionally they may secure their funds in colder storage and through multi-signature setups, as is the standard for secure Bitcoin storage.

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04-14 08:16 - 'I apologize in advance for the length (and format most likely on this thread), but here are the main points with ALL the sourcing you need to prove this is a total scam: / HISTORY OF FALSE " PARTNERSHIP" WITH CHARITY: / I was...' by /u/TimTayshun removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-3min

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I apologize in advance for the length (and format most likely on this thread), but here are the main points with ALL the sourcing you need to prove this is a total scam:
HISTORY OF FALSE " PARTNERSHIP" WITH CHARITY:
I was the first to expose the fact that One World Foundation LIED about their Partnership with the charity SEVA Canada (which helps blind children), after becoming suspicious of the organization and simply deciding to make a phone call and email inquiry.
I received a response from Penny Lyons, SEVA's Executive Director confirming my suspicion of fraudulent association claims.
HERE IS THE EVIDENCE WHICH RESULTED:
[link]1 and see this >2min. video put together by Ben Zmith:
[link]2 images:
[link]3 [link]4 [link]5
HISTORY OF FALSE MEDIA PUBLICITY (Part 1)
(Onecoin and One World Foundation CEO and co-founder Mrs. Ruja Ignatova CAUGHT LYING)
COMPARE "FORBES MAGAZINE" COVERS:
Image: from Onecoin's website (reminder Onecoin/ One World Foundation are the same entity run by Ignatova: [link]6 and: [link]7 SEE: 20 seconds into this video from one of their top reps: [link]8 VIDEO shows a Onecoin member flipping through Forbes magazine (and Onecoin curiously appears to have both back cover ad, as well as last page full-page ad): [link]9 WHILE ONECOIN PROMOTED THE ABOVE AS AN ACTUAL "FORBES" COVER (AND ARTICLE) TO LURE NEW INVESTORS, IT WAS MERELY A PAID ADVERTISEMENT FROM THEIR MARKETING ARM CALLED "BRAND VOICE." SOURCE: [link]10
HERE IS THE ACTUAL FORBES COVER, BULGARIA, FOR THIS ISSUE
Directly from Forbes Bulgaria's website: [link]11 . or see short video proof HERE: [link]12
HISTORY OF FALSE MEDIA PUBLICITY (Part 2)
QUOTE: "Financial IT magazine is published 4 times a year. With distribution of over 2,000 print and digital copies, our magazine is a perfect media vehicle to extend global reach of your print advertisement and brand awareness campaigns."
SOURCE: [link]13 "
MEDIA KIT: [link]14
COMPARE "FINANCIAL IT" (WINTER) MAGAZINE COVERS:
This is from a Onecoin top rep (close-up of cover saying "Winter" Issue: [link]15 and this: [link]16 HERE ARE BOTH THE OFFICIAL "WINTER" ISSUE, PLUS THE RUJA (PAID) COVER ISSUE AND STORY
JANUARY (WINTER) [link]17
FEBRUARY: [link]18
NOTE: BOTH MAGAZINE ISSUES ARE EXACTLY THE SAME, PAGE FOR PAGE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE COVERS BEING DIFFERENT, AND A 2-PAGE RUJA (PAID) INTERVIEW SUBSTITUTED FOR 2 PAGES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. NO CHANGES. IT IS THE SAME ISSUE, ESSENTIALLY.
AGAIN: The FINANCIAL IT magazine cover and story is yet another PAID ADVERTISEMENT using DECEPTIVE TACTICS (and FRAUDULENT marketing) to attract newly invested funds to pay off existing investors
FRAUDULENT CLAIM of "FAIR MARKET VALUE" of ONECOIN on "OPEN MARKET" via FAKE "CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE"
Onecoin/ One World Foundation Founder and CEO, Mrs. Ruja Ignatova announcing that Onecoin will be listed on a new cryptocurrency exchange (on the open market)
The TITLE of this Presentation at GIANT recruiting Conference in Dubai on May 15th, 2015, was,: "Taking Onecoin to the Next Level"
THE FOLLOWING PROVES THE EXCHANGE SHE IS REFERRING TO, [link]19 IS A FRAUDULENT WEBSITE
(every indication suggests that this fake "exchange" is likely created by Onecoin themselves)
DAMNING IMAGES:
PLAGIARIZED#1: xcoinx is the exact copy of coinmarketcap (a real exchange), but with Onecoin as the #2 cryptocurrency in the world with a market cap of just under $4 Billion. Coinmarketcap currently lists 730 qty. separate cryptocurrencies. Onecoin is nowhere on that list. Of the many dozens of exchanges, Onecoin is not listed on ANY in the world other than this fake site. DIRECT SOURCE: [link]19 DIRECT SOURCE: [link]21 PLAGIARIZED #2: xcoinx copied 100% VERBATIM the entire FAQ from BitStamp (a respected cryptocurrency exchange) DIRECT SOURCE: http://[link]19 /faq DIRECT SOURCE: [link]23 FURTHERMORE
The price of Onecoin (the same company who runs One World Foundation) NEVER goes down! Only up!!
The price is dictated by Ruja Ignatova and has no basis in reality or free-market economics
IMAGES:
HERE is what ANY commodity or currency chart looks like in real life (example): [link]24 HERE is the first chart in the entire world which magically looks like this (SOURCE): [link]25 THIS IS A GIANT PONZI/ PYRAMID SCHEME WHICH SIMPLY CANNOT BE SUSTAINED!
NOTE: I personally challenged one of the top Onecoin recruiters, Ken Labine (Canada) to a LIVE web DEBATE this past Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at 4:00PM PST to expose this information and discuss it. He agreed! HOWEVER, instead, he literally broadcast a 4 1/2 HOUR LONG (!!!) ...soliloquy of himself reading comments and facts I had posted, trying desperately, in a futile attempt, to discredit me (he ended up disabling his comments, as he does on all videos). As of the moment his video has over 1,000 views. He never let me on the air and never let me say even one word, whatsoever. The evasiveness and cowardice was palpable! (
I do not expect you to watch, but here is the link) SOURCE: [link]26 The blogger from Behind MLM site who saw it captured a brief moment of the video and ran it next to Onecoin Founder Ruja Ignatova explaining exactly what Ken Labine was lying about. So, a liar disproving a liar about a scam product which uses DECEPTIVE TACTICS (and FRAUDULENT marketing) to attract newly invested funds to pay off existing investors
PLEASE WATCH THIS ONE! IT IS LESS THAN 2 MINUTES LONG AND SHOWS THE CHARACTER OF THOSE INVOLVED: [link]27
ONECOIN DEFRAUDS ONECOIN MEMBER OF $200,000 WORTH OF PONZI POINTS BY DIRECT THEFT
[link]28
ONECOIN MASTERCARD ISSUER CONVICTED OF SMUGGLING $24 MILLION EUROS WORTH OF DRUGS...
[link]29 [link]30 [link]31
ONECOIN NEWS REPORTS ON FINLAND TV
Interview with top Onecoin con-artist: [link]32 2nd Finnish NEWS TV coverage of this scam: [link]33
FINAL SUMMARY
My apology for the length of this message, but this is a very serious matter, dealing with very serious fraud In honesty, this is a very, very small portion of the evidence I have collected over the past 12 months that is damning to Onecoin and One World Foundation They have changed banks too many times to count in the past 12 months Ruja Ignatova (Founde CEO) history is incredibly vague and un-sourceable (and I'm great at sourcing evidence!) Ruja FALSE CLAIMS to be an "expert" and "professional" in cryptocurrency ("authored books," "consulted cryptocurrency companies") HERE she claims Bitcoin started "before terrorist attacks and before September 11 (2001)" - EVERYONE knows that Bitcoin began in January 2009 (certainly an "expert" would. Right?): TITLE: "Dr. Ruja "OneCoin" Ignatova in London 06. Feb. 2016" SEE STARTING AT EXACTLY 5:15 mark: [link]34 Onecoin IS NOW UNDER INVESTIGATION IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES for operating an illegal pyramid scheme FINLAND: [link]35 SWEDEN: [link]36 ESTONIA: [link]37 AUSTRIA: [link]38 MORE TO COME, GUARANTEED!
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