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r/BitcoinSee Post

Don’t you guys hate when this happens…

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

It's been a year since this started, I haven't been active for a few months but I can tell you, they're delivering, bottles are now in retail to buy individually and even Amazon. I would also advice to check their road map, there's some really interesting plans.

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Water global community

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I get what you mean. That would definitely be an issue in some countries like the US. But what I mean, and probably OP means, is that this anti crypto stories are often on the news but they wouldn’t say **“Cash is bad because criminals use cash for illegal activities. LET’S BAN CASH!”** because it’s ridiculous. It’s almost as dumb as those ironic memes *“You drink water? HITLER DRANK WATER TOO!”*

r/BitcoinSee Comment

This ain't a black swan. Warren with ZERO passed bills proposed by her and her co-sponsor openly admitting he's got no clue about bitcoin and that the banker's association wrote the bills text - is DEAD IN THE WATER.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The energy use argument and all the other fud is irrelevant. All you have to do is want Bitcoin or to transact with Bitcoin or even to just experiment with Bitcoin. In this free (mostly) world, we are all free to pursue our interests and to do whatever we wish, as long as we can pay or borrow money to be able to pay. Fud against Bitcoin is from people who don't like Bitcoin, for whatever reason. These same people, however, probably think nothing of hopping on a plane to somewhere or buying a piece of gold jewellery, having the AC on, etc. They see nothing wrong with what they do. It's legitimate because it is their wish, and they've earned the money to spend on doing these things. That's it. The rule of the world is that if you have the money, you can do whatever the hell you want. That goes for shooting an elephant in Africa on a hinting trip, having a sex holiday to Thailand, owning a huge house with no insulation (US houses) and running your AC or furnace to keep it comfortable, buying loads of clothes you don't need, buying loads of appliances you don't need, buying single use plastics and chucking them, Casinos in Vegas using SO MUCH WATER but thats OK because it fits the model, and so on. All these things fit in the economic model. They fit right in. Go spend your money on what the hell you like. But when it comes to Bitcoin, suddenly all these two-faced fuck heads are the angels of purity and grace and find objection to the use of energy or water (which ever is that latest bs). The pillaging of this planets resources and its people is the model. This model relies upon the perpetuation of the status quo, and Bitcoin is disrupting that, and so must be attacked.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> The juvenile idiots who say "UK banks are hostile" need to step back and view it from the banks perspective. Yeha, people in the crypto space keep yelling that banks shoul die but they have no fucking idea what they wish for. We are talking here about total financial system collapse. After that we'll be fighting for $WATER and $FOOD instead of buying $ETH and $BTC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Whats next? >WATER-backed stable coin? Don't give Nestle or Coke any ideas.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is getting ridiculous. Whats next? WATER-backed stable coin? 😆

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Crypto is volatile. In other news - WATER IS WET! 🤣

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You was too polite man... you got to let that dog out comment saying.... FUCK YESS LETS BUY THIS SHIT UP, EAT RAMEN, DRINK WATER, FARM YOUR FUCKING MOONS!!! LETS GOOOOOO!!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No, you don't want that. If traditional banking collapses we will have much bigger problems as a society. And the best investment would be $GUNS, $FOOD and $WATER. We need them whenever we like it or not.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why do you react as if I'm dumb ("You understand how stocks work, right?)? Would I react the way I did if I didn't understand? You DEFINITELY didn't get the point of my short reaction. Let me clarify: it made ABSOLUTELY no sense what you wrote. FIRSTLY, "the seller lost": We don't know. We don't even know from the story WHAT the seller DID with the Bitcoin. He could (if he had the possibility, which means he didn't need the money straight away and still had to decide to invest this money) have won even way MUCH MORE than the buyer (see further). If the seller immediately "traded" the received Bitcoin for fiat, then it made ABSOLUTELY no difference for him. Actually, the sell of the house has ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with the gain in this story: someone ( first the buyer and after the transaction the seller) just had 4M cash (fiat) and that amount was traded back and forth for Bitcoin (buyer did first step buying Bitcoin, seller probably did second step selling the Bitcoin although we have no idea from the story when he did that) So, this is just a dumb trade story (the buyer being lucky in a few weeks after he decided to convert his cash, Bitcoin increased 33%, maybe at that time, early 2017, it seemed less common so they had to publish a story about it). On tne other hand, if the seller had decided to keep the Bitcoin he would have doubled what he received in less than half a year, and 20x by the end of 2017 (yes about 80M instead of 4M of course he didn't know that in Jan 2017 when the transaction took place). So who lost???? Bitcoin a negative sum???? Bitcoin hasn't been a negative sum yet since the start if you take a 4 year investment horizon (however could well be in the future, but I doubt that, probably only the volatility will decline, and so will the profitability). But up to now, since it's still early days (maybe late compared to 4, 8 or even 12 years ago when it was first traded at less than a dollar) it's hugely more profitable than stocks (about 3x last cycle, 15x cycle before) SECONDLY, "everyone who gains does it at someone else's expense, unlike equities" : This is a completely senseless statement. You can only gain when you trade (buy or long then sell or close long, or open short close short, etc...) and it is at NOBODY in particular ELSE'S EXPENSE: of course there's always a counter party who for example bought what you sold (with profit if you bought cheaper earlier, like our story buyer), but this counter party might sell again at higher price later (like our story seller of the house could have done, receiver of the Bitcoin which he could have 15x) and so both could have WON. Of course, for example, in a declining market period, both could have LOST, or one WON and the other LOST. But on a 4 year cycle, Bitcoin is currently, in the still "early days", far more profitable than decent major stocks FINALLY, "unlike equities" and "If I buy a share of a company and sell it for more than i paid,, that doesn't mean anyone lost money.": If you bought some of the mayor stocks about 2 years ago, and you're still way UNDER WATER right now. Example: Amazon, about 10 to 25 % depending when you bought, and between 33% and 50% down begin this year. Most of the people who bought and sold stocks during last year would have lost. Even if you would buy and sell it with profit, your counterpart could (and if he just bought higher, like 2 years ago, he definitely WOULD) have lost. So again, NONE of your statements make ANY sense whatsoever.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I water my plants with WATER.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bullish on $WATER

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Only $FOOD and $WATER as invesments

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

bullish on $FOOD and $WATER

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

YOLO all in FOOD, WATER and GUNS a lot of GUNS

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bullish on $WATER, $FOOD, $GAS

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bullish on $WATER and $FEET

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yup, like fighting for survival. FOOD and WATER tokens will be very popular.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

More bullish on $WATER i think.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not even basic "currencies". The idea of "Bottlecaps" for instance in Fallout wouldn't come about for awhile after an apocalyptic scenario. Food, materials for building, gasoline, fuel, metals (coppers for wiring etc...) and WATER would become immensely valuable. When and IF things stabilized, a rudimentary currency such as "Bottlecaps" could emerge, but it would be a VERY long time until something like Bitcoin would even have relevance anymore. You walk up to me and say "I'll give you 1 Bitcoin for a gallon of water" I would laugh in your face. Your 1 Bitcoin at that point would be absolutely pointless and worthless to me in any meaningful way. Since you mentioned "Bitcoin could then survive" it seems your interest with this question is the ultimate resiliency of Bitcoin in the face of a major worldwide disaster. In all honesty, I believe that a worldwide nuclear disaster would completely wipe out the concept of cryptocurrency. Bitcoin would, as I mentioned, be simply a nostalgic ideal of how we ALMOST made it and realized the ultimate goals of crypto, but ran out of time before the suits blew everything to shit. Bitcoin would not "survive". TECHNICALLY it would still be on your ledger or whatever wallet you used, but for all intents and purposes would be dead in the water.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This new tokens called WATER and FOOD would be extremely popular. I predict major stonks during nuclear fallout.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Funny, he invested the proceeds in water, and now crypto investors are surviving on a diet consisting of almost entirely ramen and WATER!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm also bullish on WATER because of its various use cases > Water can be used for direct and indirect purposes. Direct purposes include bathing, drinking, and cooking, while examples of indirect purposes are the use of water in processing wood to make paper and in producing steel for automobiles. The bulk of the world's water use is for agriculture, industry, and electricity. That to me is the difference between a shitcoin and a future success.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WATER, Stay hydrated brothers 💦💦💦

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Panama papers should be a decent guide to understand the who and what. Corruption and greed are the why. THIS IS CRYPTO WATER SHED MOMENT.🌊

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

**WATER**

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Who is going to tell OP that Bitcoin network need computers to run LOL! If computers and network isn't running no amount of "MAN IM SENDING BTC, DO YOU COPY? REPEAT DO YOU COPY?" "WHAT SENDING WHAT? OVER" "SENDING BTC MAN, OVER" "WHAT THE FUCK MAN, I NEED MORE WATER NOT BIT MY CUNT SHIT!"

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In today's news: CORPORATIONS ARE A BUNCH OF LIERS! In tomorrow news: WATER IS WET!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It *runs on WATER*, man!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

"Powering crypto-assets can take a large amount of electricity—which can emit greenhouse gases, strain electricity grids, and harm some local communities with... ...and WATER POLLUTION." Umm, what? Running out of straws to grasp are we??

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>but I'm not blind to the risk potential and building nuclear waste So when people hear nuclear waste, they think of Simpsons big things of waste. Waste is to include gloves and other things. Not all waste is equal, and IMO there should be better terms because a ton of waste isn't what most think. >Meltdowns will happen Do you know what some are finding since the solar panels went up 10 years ago in my area? # HEAVY METALS IN THE WATER SYSTEM It is known that with solar we 1. don't have a good way to take care of things on an after life 2. some were poorly built from places like China and they can put toxics in the ground 3. and a number of other things. Look it up if you don't believe me. ​ Now lets get into meltdowns. There is a number of new designs which basically prevent things like this. Like what happened in Russia was a corrupt gov taking out safety measures to say we are number 1. If they didn't, then the safety measures would've kicked in and ... no melt down. Or at least it would been controlled to the point that they only had to change out a few parts. But like I said, the newer models are far more safer. You should look them up.

Mentions:#IMO#WATER
r/BitcoinSee Comment

since now its going under 20k for the next few years what will we all do to pass the time, I WILL COMMIT GREAT JOKE AND GO TO WATER TOWER!!!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

hm, we have to think about the wealthy farmers with technical know-how. they will benefit from this... i also find this isn´t the big news some people here making out of it. IT\`S LIKE THEY TURNED WATER INTO WINE.

Mentions:#WATER#WINE
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Nah, this is what the end of world and beginning of the energy crisis wars look like. We are seeing cascading world issues left and right, resources from WATER, to oil, to food are not meeting needs. The climate is getting worse and getting worse faster. Countries have to solidify their corner for the coming fight. They are playing their final setup moves because we square in and hold steady to hold onto what we have. We are literally running out of food and water in some places already. Its not going to get better. Russia gambled on getting better energy reserves for the future shit storm and probably fucked themselves. China... Still has lots of room to fuck 2/3 of asia over for more land, water, and resources and they will probably do much better. No one is going to fire a single bullet at China even if they invade Taiwan. Japan is BARELY holding their economy together and gets about half its energy resources from China. Not nearly as much as countries where getting from Russia when they cut off supply.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Gentler followed it up with “WATER IS WET” and dropped the mic

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've got 1000's of spuds now....fuk you guys. You know the secret... *WATER* easy mate.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I like $WATER

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I’d recommend just putting it in your own safe. That way you don’t have any recurring payments from the bank. You’ll always know where it is and who has access to it. Every safe can be broken into. Amazon’s safe can famously be cracked with a ballpoint pen. So what you want is a safe that is WATER-PROOF and FIREPROOF/FIRE-RESISTANT! Bonus points if you go anywhere and get a gun safe so that you won’t fall prey to a wrench attack as easily because it can intimidate those with not too savory motives. Also, the point is not to put ALL your bitcoin in a savings account to earn interest. You want to put a little bit in and let it sit for a few years while the value gradually goes up after dips. Store most of your bitcoin on your own node to be especially safe. Also, BlockFi is not that great. You’ll have better experiences and save/earn more money with interest-earning accounts like Celcius or Voyager.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bullish on WATER

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In all seriousness the earth has gone through warming and cooling cycles throughout its history. We may be speeding the cycles up but ultimately the earth fixes the problem. The currents in the oceans regulate the warming and cooling cycles. As warming happens the currents slow down causing a cooling to occur. Stop freaking out over nothing. WATER IS BETTER THAN KOOL AID

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

PEOPLE DOWN IN WATER YOU MANIAC!!! Damon is a monster...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

2022 church charts: HOLY ~~shit~~ WATER, our attendance have skyrocketed to 300%!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This news article says: > weeks of intraparty negotiations in which liberal Democrats insisted the legislation be tied to a larger, $1.75 trillion social spending bill https://www.stltoday.com/news/national/roads-transit-internet-whats-in-the-infrastructure-bill/article_8a28090d-cf95-56bc-a791-8f77b90c647e.html So, technically, it seems like the infrastructure bill is tied to a social spending bill. You mentioned previously that the infrastructure bill will not be used on bridges and roads but the article says: > ROADS AND BRIDGES > The bill would provide $110 billion to repair the nation's aging highways, bridges and roads. According to the White House, 173,000 total miles or nearly 280,000 kilometers of America's highways and major roads and 45,000 bridges are in poor condition. And the almost $40 billion for bridges is the single largest dedicated bridge investment since the construction of the national highway system, according to the Biden administration. You also mentioned water and Flint, Michigan. The article says: > WATER AND WASTEWATER > The legislation would spend $55 billion on water and wastewater infrastructure. It has $15 billion to replace lead pipes and $10 billion to address water contamination from polyfluoroalkyl substances — chemicals that were used in the production of Teflon and have also been used in firefighting foam, water-repellent clothing and many other items. According to historical account https://www.britannica.com/event/Flint-water-crisis lead and microbial contamination were factors in the Flint crisis. It’s seems like the infrastructure bill will actually help improve infrastructure. I haven’t read the social spending bill, but I guess that makes what the other person is upset about.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know this is a crypto sub, but maaaaaaaaaan... there is something about investing in WATER (the splashy life juice) that just seems like some dystopian shit. No judgements on your investments, make money where you will, but the fact that we can do that is just crazy

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know this is a crypto sub, but maaaaaaaaaan... there is something about investing in WATER (the splashy life juice) that just seems like some dystopian shit. No judgements on your investments, make money where you will, but the fact that we can do that is just crazy

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

YOU WANT A FULL MOON FOR A BOTTLE OF WATER?????? Heck yeah! *bends over*

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