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Nemisis
The Goddess of divine retribution upon those who succumb to hubris.
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Nemisis 2h
Replying to @JimmyWinMedia
Why did he lock up so many coins in the tulip trust, and why for that particular time period?
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Nemisis May 15
Replying to @CalvinAyre
Benefiting from fraud does not justify participating in it, nor enabling it.
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Nemisis May 13
Replying to @CalvinAyre
Can’t you see that miners participating the BTC fraud are exactly what is keeping it going? You should be ashamed. What do Craig and Jimmy have to say about this behavior?
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Nemisis May 11
Replying to @TheAncientSage
Don’t confuse “we” with the select group of psychopaths that actually run things around here, and have for millennia.
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Nemisis May 2
Replying to @coinspeak_io
That is a very tough call.
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Nemisis May 2
Replying to @liujackc @shadders333
This is an amazing clip.
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Nemisis Apr 25
Replying to @CalvinAyre
..and because immoral profiteers like you continue to validate BTC transactions and benefit from that fraud.
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Nemisis Apr 17
Replying to @ai_jared @21WIRE
It’s a good sub-plot, but is still secondary to the federal reserve’s takeover of the US Money supply in 1913.
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Nemisis Apr 16
Replying to @digitsu
Telling people who join mobs to think is unlikely to be successful. They demonstrate by their actions that they literally don’t know how.
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Wolf Richter Apr 15
Who Bought the Huge $1.26 Trillion of New US Government Debt over the Past 12 Months? There was strong appetite. Only the Fed shed them. Here’s who bought.
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Nemisis Apr 16
Replying to @CalvinAyre
At least their actions reflect their beliefs. You complain constantly about these people, then validate their BTC transactions with your own hardware. You’re part of the problem.
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Nemisis Apr 16
This is why it’s so frustrating that people like Roger and Calvin continue to validate BTC transactions under the guise of “profitability”. Of course it’s profitable! It wouldn’t be a very good scam otherwise.
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Nemisis Apr 15
Replying to @_unwriter
Do you see a way colored coins could be used to facilitate decentralized exchange and price discovery for BSV?
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Nemisis Apr 6
Replying to @CalvinAyre
Yet you still use your own hardware to validate BTC transactions, making you party to that fraud.
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Nemisis Apr 2
Replying to @CalvinAyre
That’s very disappointing to learn. I thought you were more principaled than Roger Ver. Profits don’t justify participation in a scam.
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Nemisis Mar 26
Replying to @gavinandresen
Read The God That Failed, by Hoppe, and you might change your mind.
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Nemisis Mar 24
Ask him about the history of his mental health.
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Nemisis Mar 15
Why doesn’t anyone talk about decentralized exchange and price discovery anymore?
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Nemisis Mar 12
If you continually live your life with safety and risk-aversion as your highest priorities, you'll eventually end up in a prison of your own making.
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Nemisis Mar 12
Replying to @profcjdotorg
”Coordinated Universal Time” is the answer:
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