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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com
Writer. Bitcoin Maximalist. Cofounder with . We're looking to open-source the educational system using .
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 2h
Replying to @fluffypony
Enjoy the ride my friend. We both know it's coming.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 2h
Replying to @fluffypony
I know you're smart enough to know this is BS. When this all comes crashing down, I hope you enjoy the ride. You've earned it.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 2h
Replying to @ankitkr0 @fluffypony
It really is. Just watch. It will tell you exactly how things are.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 2h
Replying to @ankitkr0 @fluffypony
Time will enlighten you. It never lies.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 3h
Replying to @indvs3 @fluffypony
Oh, and that's totally not a problem whatsoever. There's a reason why Bitcoin is hard to mine: because it's actually valuable (with a secure network).
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 3h
Replying to @fluffypony
I mean, I just know that Monero is a scam. It claims to be the privacy coin, but most buy it on an exchange, so yeah, it really isn't. But it's a good scam. I give you props. Most people can't understand the details, so it's super easy to put out a few words and bamboozle them.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 3h
Replying to @fluffypony
That might just be because it's a scam. A subtle scam, granted, but the market doesn't lie.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 3h
The wise man said to the pilgrim: "Someone has to give; someone has to receive. Within that formula lies the balance of life."
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 4h
Replying to @nikkidrag23
If I had kids, I'm not sure I'd let them sit on that Santa's lap.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 12h
The Western world, from Alexander the Great, to Julius Caesar, to Isaac Newton, to Albert Einstein was taught math based off Euclid's Elements. Then in the 20s it stopped. And math became boring. It became about memorizing procedures than discovery. We're bringing back discovery.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 13h
Replying to @_Kevin_Pham
Well, that actually works too. It takes precious resources out of their hands and puts them into more competent hands.
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JW Weatherman | mathbot.com 16h
Bitcoin is an abolitionist movement. Nothing could be more political.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 16h
I don't speak Italian, but my browser does. And based on the translation of this tweet, I really with I spoke Italian right now, lol. "he broke his cock!!!"
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Breaking Math Oct 20
Listen to 34: An Interview with 's JW Weatherman by Breaking Math Podcast on
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com Oct 20
Well said Francis. It is good to keep this kind of thing in mind always because the fight does get tiring (how many times have I rage-quit Reddit?). But this absolutely to be expected, so we all must stay strong. It's all just a part of the process.
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Francis Pouliot Oct 20
Replying to @_Kevin_Pham
Did people forget who the adversaries are? Powerful Bank of International settlements, central banks, third parties extracting rent from commercial activity that Bitcoin makes obsolete, spending addicted politicians,fragilistas, bureaucrats. They're not going to go down quietly.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com Oct 20
Replying to @DougPolkPoker
I miss the old days of poker when the trolls were at least consistent with their trolling.
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JW Weatherman | mathbot.com Oct 20
Really fun conversation on about , homeschooling, programming, government schools and some other great stuff. You gotta listen to comedy commercial where you can find out how to get your kids Compliacin so they submit
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com Oct 19
And I explained why that stigma exists. Sorry I didn't answer the question you wanted. But, the answer to that question is contained in my answer, if one were to unpack it more. But 280 characters are too few to do that.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com Oct 19
The stigma very much exists in every culture.
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