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Joined Mar 06, 2019

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Simon Van Gelder
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Love. Connection. Experience.
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We will have to eat... so, perhaps agriculture won't be hit that hard.
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Other possibility is that many investors were leveraged, and they were liquidated when it went down.
Even 2x leverage would mean wipe-out when it dropped 50%.
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Can't hurt to send an email asking them. Supermarkets around my city are hiring cashiers.
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How are tourism agencies going to survive? Barbershops? Buses? Old people who might get infected going to the supermarket and die 50%?

Doesn't the beggar have unemployment benefits?
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If it is a hoax, many governments are in on it, and none are calling it out. How do you explain?
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Oh, the talk was about Spice. Haven't heard of it.

The value I understand it gives is advertising on their platform. But it does the same as Memo, which uses more fungible cash (BCH).
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It can be seen in two ways: "catching a falling knife", or "buy when there's blood on the streets". I''m on the second camp, I think national currencies are being devalued by printing.
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Mrpumperitis
Selling pandemic insurance makes you pay when a pandemic happens? Who would have thought???
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Supermarkets and pharmacies might be wanting extra drivers to carry supplies so they keep up with the demand
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Also Chelsea Manning, who exposed the collateral murder during US wars.
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Democracy doesn't work. Stop making people vote on how to use other people's money.
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How frequently? I usually wait 5-10 minutes for a bus to the train station.
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In addition, isn't crypto supposed to free people from the confiscatory tyranny of the majority?
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It's not very nice to spring up opt-out taxation on miners. If a lot of them stop mining and switch to a different chain (or even coin), BCH will become less secure.
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Stop using money engineered to lose value. Use money that protects its value, and that enables free speech!

http://charleshughsmith.blogspot.com/2019/12/suppressing-dissent-guarantees-disorder.html
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Does "artificial" mean "made by humans"? If so, we are all AIs.
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fingertoe
I have noticed it is concise and that not many bugs make it into Github repos. Do you still use it? I am planning to learn it.
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Well, sharing this reminded me of Assange, and I will pass it forward to lots of people soon.
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I want people to know about this. Nobody should undergo such treatment. What the state is doing, both to Assange and to innocent bystanders in wars, is unacceptable.
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Personally, I would use Memo more if it had long posts (perhaps made up of multi-transactions). I hat3 having to constrain or split a complicated point of view by a limited number of c
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An employee with all their limbs is fitter, happier, more productive!
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What would happen to journalism? Wouldn't it die? Movies? Music? At least they'd have a very different form, perhaps like Memo.
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I'm afraid you won't have a challenger!