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On 12/22/2017 at 3:51 PM, mead107 said:

Meadcoin holding its own

If you like throwing your money away just send it to /dev/null

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$1.00 and I will send you one 

1 minute ago, /dev/null said:

If you like throwing your money away just send it to /dev/null

 

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On 12/20/2017 at 6:52 PM, ExiledInIllinois said:

Is Bitcoin like that?  I think mead can squeeze a Meadcoin out his arse at will.  Ain't that special when given to only the special people.

 

Meadcoin is limited by how much stromboli he can eat.  Even is grows to 1000 pounds there is still a limit. 

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Very funny reading this thread. 

Some genuine operators and a few naysayers and of course the jokesters. 

Most everyone missed the big run up and the big retrace. 

But everyone loves to poop on big successes. 

 

Its like mocking Google stock because you use Alta Vista. 

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23 hours ago, Bakin said:

Very funny reading this thread. 

Some genuine operators and a few naysayers and of course the jokesters. 

Most everyone missed the big run up and the big retrace. 

But everyone loves to poop on big successes. 

 

Its like mocking Google stock because you use Alta Vista. 

I will sell you a meadcoin for $1 

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2 hours ago, mead107 said:

I will sell you a meadcoin for $1 

But it’s not worth even a buffalo nickel. 

A bitcoin, on the other hand, at this moment, is worth $15,000

8 hours ago, wnysteel said:

Foxx has gone pretty quiet....

I have 2 friends who were both very heavy into Bitcoin. 

One of them had over 500 of em...early...

His average buy was about $80 and sold them all around $1200.

he has gone quiet. 

 

Another had nearly 1000 of them bought early too. He told me he would not sell any until it reached $100,000 per coin.

He too has gone quiet.  

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7 hours ago, Bakin said:

But it’s not worth even a buffalo nickel. 

A bitcoin, on the other hand, at this moment, is worth $15,000

I have 2 friends who were both very heavy into Bitcoin. 

One of them had over 500 of em...early...

His average buy was about $80 and sold them all around $1200.

he has gone quiet. 

 

Another had nearly 1000 of them bought early too. He told me he would not sell any until it reached $100,000 per coin.

He too has gone quiet.  

Bitcoin was worth nothing when it came out. Better invest now it could be worth millions some day.  

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5 hours ago, mead107 said:

Bitcoin was worth nothing when it came out. Better invest now it could be worth millions some day.  

It’s worth what someone is willing to pay for it today. 

And that’s $13,797 last. 

 

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this is a funny bitcoin video:

 

 

This guy has a bunch of funny videos on things like yoga photos, millennials etc...

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On 12/27/2017 at 3:26 PM, wnysteel said:

Foxx has gone pretty quiet....

still around. just have been very busy.

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Kodak now jumps into block chain technology and their stock has exploded as a result.  Apparently, they plan to use the technology to protect copyrights and royalties associated with images, photographs and art.

 

Will RaChaCha become a new center of blockchain technology or will this idea fizzle? 

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4 minutes ago, billsfanmiami(oh) said:

Sounds like they’re also going to be setting up mining rigs and “leasing” them? 

 

 

I wonder if cheap NYPA electricity is a part of the equation.

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1 hour ago, BuffaloBill said:

 

 

I wonder if cheap NYPA electricity is a part of the equation.

Kodak produces their own energy, pretty cheaply, and has tons of extra capacity from the glory days.  It is certainly part of the equation. 

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3 hours ago, BuffaloBill said:

Kodak now jumps into block chain technology and their stock has exploded as a result.  Apparently, they plan to use the technology to protect copyrights and royalties associated with images, photographs and art.

 

Will RaChaCha become a new center of blockchain technology or will this idea fizzle? 

 

what stock hasn't exploded since mid-November 2016?

 

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8 hours ago, BuffaloBill said:

Kodak now jumps into block chain technology and their stock has exploded as a result.  Apparently, they plan to use the technology to protect copyrights and royalties associated with images, photographs and art.

 

Will RaChaCha become a new center of blockchain technology or will this idea fizzle? 

Kodak has a few other competitors doing the same thing.  Not sure how a traditional operating company stands to benefit much from a consumer facing blockchain and issuing their own coin.  There will be the founder/owner share of the float that MIGHT see some price appreciation.  Doesn't do much for cash flow.  Seems like really late attempt to go with the flow of tech for once, rather than try to swim upstream.

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Been buying up a little crypto for a few weeks now. Made my first transaction last night into cryptonomos to buy some tokens for an ICO. Baby steps 

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