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  1. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    I provided the links to the sources, facts are facts. "FIAT currency has nothing to do with efficiency" true that is why it is so inefficient it is by government and mandatory does not need to compete, that is why it is so inefficient. It is like cars in the 1900 there was no concern for...
  2. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    Nodes do not require miners, you can download the bitcoin core desktop wallet and run a node without the need to set up a miner, and to setup a miner you do not need to run a node. The Bitcoin primary chain does require both miners and nodes, but they work completely independent of each other...
  3. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    No, the secondary chain uses nodes not miners, nodes use very little energy, for example a raspbery pi can be a node. Therefore the secondary chain uses much less energy than Visa. The difficulty in mining does not apply to the secondary chain it is for the primary chain only. I am not an...
  4. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    The chart from statista has one huge flaw it compares only the primary Bitcoin chain to all visa transactions, and we all know VISA has transactions small as a few dollars, for the comparison to be fair the secondary Bitcoin chain called lightning would need to be included, since lightning is...
  5. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    If you look at this link: https://fiatmarketcap.com/ USA total market cap 400,740,441 BTC Bitcoin total market cap 18,709,712 BTC The USD market cap is 21.4 times larger than the Bitcoin market cap, so even taking into consideration the fact that the dollar has a much larger market cap than...
  6. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    Bitcoin is a very clean form of money, not the cleanest but certainly cleaner than the dollar, here is a link: https://bart.vanmaarseveen.net/bitcoin-as-energy-saver/ Costliness of money (annually): Gold Mining: $105B Paper Currency and Minting: $28B Banking System: $1,870B Governments...
  7. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    It is the opposite they are both crypto coins and in theory are supposed to serve the same purpose, being Dogecoin more inflationary than Bitcoin, the only difference is Dogecoin is better suited for small or tiny transactions, and Bitcoin being the more secure network and suited for larger...
  8. Armored glass is for a pending apocalypse and when this happens... just saying.

    Armor glass is highly needed in places like Mexico, I lived in Mexico a few years and I know for a fact it is extremely dangerous especially for tourists, I saw many people get killed unofficially at the hands of corrupt cops the number one reason is theft. Base on a freedom index, Mexico is...
  9. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    Yes, most likely that is the case, but that is most likely due to Tesla ditching crypto. Both could be going up if Elon was not ditching crypto, a lot of crypto holders now will not be able to buy Tesla and may have decided to ditch Tesla after getting stabbed in the back. Its better to have...
  10. TSLA Took a big dump today! WOW!

    Most likely do to insider information, only a few days later due to political reasons Tesla stops accepting Bitcoin, now many of us will not be able to afford Tesla's and sales will not be as high as they could be. We do not know the real reasons why Bitcoin stopped being accepted only 2 months...
  11. How can the Tri-Motor Cybertruck at $70k possibly be real?

    It's in the volume, the cybertruck tri motor will be massively produced bringing cost down, also it does not have paint which will make the cost even lower not only by not having paint but because it speeds up production, on the other hand the model s plaid+ will be a much lower production...
  12. Tesla now will start accepting Bitcoins

    you miss the point most people do not make enough money to get a paycheck and make a full payment in dollars at once. They will usually have 2 choices save or get a loan, if you save in dollars you will get screwed since the dollar is debased at a fast pace, therefore the only real choice for...
  13. Tesla now will start accepting Bitcoins

    Not really, I do not se how. Bitcoin is p2p there is no bank involved in the transaction, just the buyer and the seller, no middle man involved.
  14. Tesla now will start accepting Bitcoins

    https://www.theday.com/business/20210214/you-can-now-buy-tesla-with-bitcoins This is great news, it creates a win win situation for both Tesla and its customers, this will greatly help its customers and Tesla financially, it is a great move by Tesla. Tesla is the first car company to...
  15. Durability in a lawless society.

    It is only bullet proof for small calibers, making it bullet proof for higher calibers would make it very heavy and expensive. I believe it will stop a 9mm bullet but not a 10mm bullet.
  16. Durability in a lawless society.

    Not if it is a large group of armed cops breaking the windows, in that case the most you will be able to do is record the video like many that already have that happen to them.
  17. Cybertruck (Orders) Demand Would Take 3-4 Years Production to Fulfill Says Musk

    at the rate the FED is printing money the cybertruck will be at a great price when it starts to get delivered since I believed the price is locked in dollars, since after hyperinflation kicks in the 69000 dollar price will not be as high as it is now, I just hope they honor the pricing if...
  18. Trimotor or Dual motor????

    The tri motor will have much better traction since it will use "plaid mode" in which each rear wheel will have its own motor, and a battery pack of twice the capacity of the single motor. You need to take into consideration that the 500 mile range is at full charge, but to make the battery pack...
  19. Cybertruck wouldn't be approved for sale in Europe (in current form)

    This is a bunch of nonesence, I was a motorcycle Rider and I am alive thanks to a Snell approved helmet, the Snell foundation believes in hard helmets, the government believes in soft helmets dot approved, it is the hard vs soft debate, since I was in a severe motorcycle accident and it was a...
  20. will Bitcoin be accepted as a form of payment?

    The first vehicle to be sold in Bitcoins was a Tesla model S, I wonder if Bitcoin will be an accepted form of payment for the cybertruck. It would make complete sense to have a futuristic vehicle and revolutionary vehicle accept a futuristic and revolutionary form of payment it goes in the...
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