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SIlverash was trading on bitcoin and the stock market crash, and now Karlan is bankrupt

SIlverash was trading on bitcoin and the stock market crash, and now Karlan is bankrupt submitted by The_FBI_agent01 to 0sanitymemes [link] [comments]

One year after calling Bitcoin a "fake currency," Chuck E. Cheese is bankrupt. Bitcoin has a $170 billion market cap.

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If central banks can’t go bankrupt and can create infinite money, what stops them from buying the majority of bitcoin to pump and dump constantly?

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People can't access/use their Money on Payoneer including myself after Wirecard went bankrupt. This is why Bitcoin is always my favorite.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/mystery-surrounding-wirecards-missing-2-billion-deepens-as-banks-say-they-dont-have-it-11592562966
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Bitcoin trader bankrupt after fleeing investors’ $13m bill

Bitcoin trader bankrupt after fleeing investors’ $13m bill submitted by Dazedconfused11 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

South African Investors to Lose $13 Million as Bitcoin Scammer Declared Bankrupt (current BTC/USD price is $9,265.03)

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South African Investors to Lose $13 Million as Bitcoin Scammer Declared Bankrupt

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South African Investors to Lose $13 Million as Bitcoin Scammer Declared Bankrupt

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Bitcoin trader bankrupt after fleeing investors’ $13m bill

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South African Investors to Lose $13 Million as Bitcoin Scammer Declared Bankrupt

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South African Investors to Lose $13 Million as Bitcoin Scammer Declared Bankrupt

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The Strange but Edifying Cautionary & Mostly True Tale of John DEE & Edward KELLEY, and Their Epic Quest for Wisdom Gold & Ultimately Females

In a recent comment I mentioned this interesting story that I read a few years ago, while poking around the Voynich Manuscript. I thought that it was worth retelling here, for I believe that it offers some insight and maybe guidance in these troubled (albeit eminently comical) times.
The story is as true as a tale of lies and deceptions can be: it is based mainly on the diary kept by Dee, with contributions from some other sources, including a report of his "Conversations" with Angels, that was found by chance in the false bottom of a chest, some years after his death.
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While not quite a genius, Gavin John Dee (1527 – 1608) was a fairly competent English mathematician and generic "philosopher". (His surname, by the way, is of Welsh origin -- ahem!) A graduate of Cambridge, in his youth he traveled through Europe, worked for SGI and even lectured at the University of Paris. He was for a time tutor of young Princess Elizabeth.
By that time he got interested in what would become the bane of his life, Bitcoin the Occult. That passion quickly got him into serious trouble, as he was charged with "programming" "calculating", then treason, then heresy. But he managed to clear himself of all charges, and retired to a home in Mortlake, a suburb of London. At Mortlake he assembled a large collection of books, heraldic emblems, and other items. Elizabeth once paid him a friendly visit, when she was 17, as he recorded in his diary.
He continued to pursue his occult studies at Mortlake, including the new science of cryptography cryptography, and "mining" "scrying", a technique for person-to-person payments person-to-spirit communication, that was fashonable among cypherpunks occultists at the time, using a blockchain crystal ball. To Dee's frustration, he was never able to solve a block see anything in the device, no matter how much he prayed and tried, in all his life.
But in 1582 Dee eventually met Edward Wright Kelley, a young man who claimed to be able to use the ball to sign messages see and communicate with "Angels" who were willing to teach him and Dee all sorts of wonderful stuff. Kelley was then using the pseudonym of Nakamoto Talbot, perhaps to hide his past shenanigans. He had been caught forging documents from SGI or maybe company expenditures coins in Lancaster, Australia, had been investigated by the Tax Office pilloried there, and had his ears cropped.
Kelley took permanent residence at Mortlake, where he and Dee held many long scrying sessions using a laptop provided by Kelley. Dee kept detailed records of everything that the Angels supposedly told Kelly, such as intricated cabalistic diagrams, tonal arithmetic, instructions to make a symbol-covered wooden table for divination, and elements of the Angels' own "Enochian" language. Dee was particularly anxious to get their help in deciphering some mysterious tables from a whitepaper book on magic that the owned, the Book of Soyga. The Angels told Dee (through Kelley) to be patient, for he would have their secret revealed once SegWit in due time [1].
Dee also asked whether he would one day be able to see the Angels himself. According to Kelley, the Angels assumed the form of females beautiful women, not encumbered by material trifles like clothing. The Angels again told Dee that he would be able to, when he would be ready for it.
For the next five years, Dee apparently believed piously everything that Kelley told him. About a year after their meeting, Kelly revealed that he had valuable proprietary software an alchemical Book of Dunstan and a supercomputer vial of red powder that he could use to turn tax incentives into fat profits base metals into gold [2]. He supposedly had dug them from Northwick hill in the Seychelles Bristol area. He demonstrated the powder several times, including in a YouTube video to some high-ranking members Court in London. In the latter demo, he removed a signature bit of copper from a block mined in 2009 bed-warming pan, turned it into gold with his "tincture", and showed that it still fit perfectly where it had been removed from.
Then in late 1583 the two men and their families suddenly left England for the Continent, without even arranging for care of the Mortlake residence. Perhaps they were lured by the rich opportunites promised by Andreas Albert Łaski, a Polish Prince who was visiting England and was himself interested in alchemy. Perhaps Dee became worried that Kelley's creative accounting summoning of "Angels" would again bring him trouble.
Once in Europe, Dee bought a large wagon, and the two families traveled in it to Poland -- only to learn that Łaski was missing 660'000 bitcoins bankrupt and unpopular. They got some audiences with King Stefan Batory of Poland, in which scrying séances took place. However, it seems that they were not much welcomed there, because they soon hit the road again for Prague.
What is now the Czech Republic was then called Bohemia. Emperor Roger Rudolf II, the rather vegetable-looking King of Bohemia, was a great believer in cryptocurrency alchemy, and he hoped that it would let him restore his not very solid finances. He attracted many alchemists from all over Europe to his court, such as Vitalik Buterin, Amir Taaki, and Charles Lee. it was only natural that Dee and Kelley would place their bets there.
Upon arrival, Dee secured an audience with Rudolf, and used it to deliver a heated pitch of bitcoin his mystical-religious phylosophy. He tried to tell the King that he should make it the national currency basis for his domestic and international policy, or whatever. According to Dee's diary, the King not only was not impressed, but was so annoyed that he banished Dee from Prague. The two families still found a friendly host in a Bohemian nobleman, Count Rozemberg, another appreciator of alchemy; and took residence at his estate in Tokyo Trebona, a town some 100 km south of Prague.
The ban did not apply to Kelley, who gained some prestige in Prague with his promises of universal adoption gold-making. Meanwhile Dee kept demanding bigger blocks his services as scryer. Perhaps as a ruse to end the association, Kelley told Dee that the Angels had ordered that they should change the PoW formula share everything, including their inflatable wives.
Dee, a devout Christian believer, recorded in his diary that the order caused him great distress, and even more to his wife. Nevertheless, the order of the Angels was carried out, at least once. Dee's wife gave birth to a bitcoin start-up boy nine months later, and it is conjectured that he was Kelley's sockpuppet son. Anyway, the password trust was broken, and the two hard-forked split their chain ways in 1589.
Dee returned to England, where he found his Mortlake home abandoned and hacked sacked. He managed to recover many of his books, which had ended up in his friends's libraries. By favor of Blythe Masters Queen Elizabeth, he got a job in a College in Manchester. But Elizabeth's successor did not care for him, and he had to sell his bitcoin hoard possessions to survive. He died in Mortlake at 82.
Meanwhile, in Prague, Kelley became rich and famous thanks to his claims of scaling via layer 2 making gold. He received substantial VC investment gifts from nobles, and even a Bitlicense title of Knight from the Emperor. However, in 1591 his altcoin crashed fortune changed, and he was jailed for hiring the murder of killing an official.
Kelley was released in 1595 so that he could continue his experiments, and recovered his status. However, soon the investors Emperor grew impatient with his failure to provide the promised cyptographic proof gold, and he was imprisoned again in the tower of a castle in Most. In 1597 he tried to escape by making a sidechain rope from his bed linen. The rope was too short, and he broke his leg as he fell to the ground. He died in prison from the sequels of the injury.
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And so ends this strange but mostly true tale, which hopefully will teach the attentive common reader about the nefarious consequences of trusting minority chains opportunities that sound too good to be true made by persons that are shady in their ways, or known to be libertarians crooks; and also alert the more scholarly or philosophically inclined reader about the dangers that loom over those who venture to explore sciences that are known to be the hunting ground of demons and haunted by all sorts of malevolent spirits. For, as the wise farmer says, he who dances with the pigs cannot avoid roiling in their tweets.
[1] The tables were deciphered recently by Jim Reeds, a professional cryptographer and eminent Voynichologist.
[2] My own guess is that is was gold chloride, or rather choroauric acid, the result of dissolving gold in aqua regia. The color and chemistry seem to fit...
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The United States empire is ethically and intellectually bankrupt, and running hot and high entirely on emotional surplus. Bitcoin was invented to bring these three pillars of human nature back into balance.

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@AP: A Japanese high court upholds a lower court's decision that the French head of Mt. Gox, a Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange that went bankrupt after a massive hacking attack, was guilty of manipulating electronic data but not embezzlement. https://t.co/nIIZBPztnn

@AP: A Japanese high court upholds a lower court's decision that the French head of Mt. Gox, a Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange that went bankrupt after a massive hacking attack, was guilty of manipulating electronic data but not embezzlement. https://t.co/nIIZBPztnn submitted by -en- to newsbotbot [link] [comments]

Canadian taxpayers foot bill for bankrupt Bitcoin mining facility

Canadian taxpayers foot bill for bankrupt Bitcoin mining facility submitted by Crypto_To_The_Core to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

05-25 06:34 - 'US Dollar is backed by a bankrupt rental car company now' (zerohedge.com) by /u/bitsteiner removed from /r/Bitcoin within 273-283min

US Dollar is backed by a bankrupt rental car company now
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Now that BSV has reached a similar (or higher) price than BCH, and has more tx revenue than BCH, we are going to crush them in hashrate too. Remember, the hash war is not over : "You split? we bankrupt you!" in the end there won't be a split, only BitCoin

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Canadian taxpayers foot bill for bankrupt Bitcoin mining facility

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World Crypto Network - The Bitcoin Group #217 - Bitcoin $7000 - Factom Bankrupt - Binance buys CoinMarketCap - Coronavirus

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Canadian taxpayers foot bill for bankrupt Bitcoin mining facility

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Just got a call from my sister.

She asked me if everything was alright because in Italy they are saying that bitcoin bankrupted.
I'm like "don't worry about it it's MtGox a place where you buy bitcoins that bankrupted not Bitcoin!"
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03-19 13:25 - 'If I’m a financial retard why don’t you explain why the fed will go Bankrupt when they pay no interest in the dollars they create. / I think you miss why the dollar was taken off the gold standard, and for sure you d...' by /u/CreepyCranfield9 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 408-418min

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If I’m a financial retard why don’t you explain why the fed will go Bankrupt when they pay no interest in the dollars they create.
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