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[WTS] Access to my Twitter bot that wins you contests online for $5 in BTC

Over the past two years, I have been running a twitter bot whose sole purpose is to enter contests. It has taken lots of trial and error, but I'm finally comfortable enough to start allowing others to use it.
The way it works is pretty simple. It searches twitter for tweets that match the phrase "retweet to win". It will gather as many as those tweets as it can and check if the tweet requires the user to like the tweet and follow the user as well.
A huge hurdle I've had to overcome is Twitter's limitations. Twitter only allows bots to search, follow, retweet, and like a certain amount of tweets in a single day. For that reason, I have the bot set up to act as human as possible by entering the contests throughout the day.
Another issue I've had to overcome is the sheer amount of fake contests/scams there are on twitter. I try and filter out as much as possible, and when everything is said and done, my bot is entering just over 150 contests per day. Filtering out the scams is an ongoing process.
I've won quite a few things, and to be honest, most of it is crap. I win a lot of useless stuff that I wouldn't ever use so I either decline the prize or try and sell it. However, over the two year time period, I can tell you about some of the more interesting things I've won:
  1. Signed baseball by former Yankee's first baseman, Don Mattingly
  2. Bitcoin Mining Rig that I was able to sell on ebay for $700
  3. Many books (lots of them signed by the author)
  4. Shirts, socks, sweaters, etc.
  5. NBA tickets (suite level)
  6. Concert tickets (3-4 different times)
  7. Tickets to Cirque Du Soleil
  8. Essential Oil set worth $100
  9. $10 Playstation Network Gift Card
  10. $25 Nintendo Switch Gift Card
  11. Etsy Jewelry
  12. Xbox Live Gold 3-Month Membership
  13. Steam Account with over 100 games
  14. Sports Jersey
  15. Tactical Flashlight
  16. Tape Measure (yeah I know, weird)
  17. $20 credit to some shady online casino which I turned into $50 and cashed out
  18. $265 Purse
These are some of the more memorable things I've won but there are many more. My bot has entered somewhere near 30,000 contests on my account, so it's really just a numbers game.
Because of ongoing servehosting costs, this is a recurring service. Once you connect your twitter account, it is completely automated and you don't need to do anything except check your twitter to see if you've won anything.
I will give you 1 month access (30 days) for $5 USD (Paypal or Bitcoin), although I recommend using the service for longer to increase your chances of winning something really cool. For that reason I also offer a year (365 days) of this service for $50 USD.
There is no guarantee you will win anything. This is simply an automated service that will automate your twitter account. I am limiting this service to a select few to ensure my server can handle the extra load.
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[For Hire] Access to my Twitter bot that wins you contests auto-magically [W] $5 USD

Over the past two years, I have been running a twitter bot whose sole purpose is to enter contests. It has taken lots of trial and error, but I'm finally comfortable enough to start allowing others to use it.
The way it works is pretty simple. It searches twitter for tweets that match the phrase "retweet to win". It will gather as many as those tweets as it can and check if the tweet requires the user to like the tweet and follow the user as well.
A huge hurdle I've had to overcome is Twitter's limitations. Twitter only allows bots to search, follow, retweet, and like a certain amount of tweets in a single day. For that reason, I have the bot set up to act as human as possible by entering the contests throughout the day.
Another issue I've had to overcome is the sheer amount of fake contests/scams there are on twitter. I try and filter out as much as possible, and when everything is said and done, my bot is entering just over 150 contests per day. Filtering out the scams is an ongoing process.
I've won quite a few things, and to be honest, most of it is crap. I win a lot of useless stuff that I wouldn't ever use so I either decline the prize or try and sell it. However, over the two year time period, I can tell you about some of the more interesting things I've won:
  1. Signed baseball by former Yankee's first baseman, Don Mattingly
  2. Bitcoin Mining Rig that I was able to sell on ebay for $700
  3. Many books (lots of them signed by the author)
  4. Shirts, socks, sweaters, etc.
  5. NBA tickets (suite level)
  6. Concert tickets (3-4 different times)
  7. Tickets to Cirque Du Soleil
  8. Essential Oil set worth $100
  9. $10 Playstation Network Gift Card
  10. $25 Nintendo Switch Gift Card
  11. Etsy Jewelry
  12. Xbox Live Gold 3-Month Membership
  13. Steam Account with over 100 games
  14. Sports Jersey
  15. Tactical Flashlight
  16. Tape Measure (yeah I know, weird)
  17. $20 credit to some shady online casino which I turned into $50 and cashed out
  18. $265 Purse
These are some of the more memorable things I've won but there are many more. My bot has entered somewhere near 30,000 contests on my account, so it's really just a numbers game.
Because of ongoing servehosting costs, this is a recurring service. Once you connect your twitter account, it is completely automated and you don't need to do anything except check your twitter to see if you've won anything.
I will give you 1 month access (30 days) for $5 USD (Paypal or Bitcoin), although I recommend using the service for longer to increase your chances of winning something really cool. For that reason I also offer a year (365 days) of this service for $50 USD.
There is no guarantee you will win anything. This is simply an automated service that will automate your twitter account. I am limiting this service to a select few to ensure my server can handle the extra load.
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[H] Twitter Contest Bot [W] $5 Paypal (f&f) or Bitcoin

Over the past two years, I have been running a twitter bot whose sole purpose is to enter contests. It has taken lots of trial and error, but I'm finally comfortable enough to start allowing others to use it.
The way it works is pretty simple. It searches twitter for tweets that match the phrase "retweet to win". It will gather as many as those tweets as it can and check if the tweet requires the user to like the tweet and follow the user as well.
A huge hurdle I've had to overcome is Twitter's limitations. Twitter only allows bots to search, follow, retweet, and like a certain amount of tweets in a single day. For that reason, I have the bot set up to act as human as possible by entering the contests throughout the day.
Another issue I've had to overcome is the sheer amount of fake contests/scams there are on twitter. I try and filter out as much as possible, and when everything is said and done, my bot is entering just over 150 contests per day. Filtering out the scams is an ongoing process.
I've won quite a few things, and to be honest, most of it is crap. I win a lot of useless stuff that I wouldn't ever use so I either decline the prize or try and sell it. However, over the two year time period, I can tell you about some of the more interesting things I've won:
  1. Signed baseball by former Yankee's first baseman, Don Mattingly
  2. Bitcoin Mining Rig that I was able to sell on ebay for $700
  3. Many books (lots of them signed by the author)
  4. Shirts, socks, sweaters, etc.
  5. NBA tickets (suite level)
  6. Concert tickets (3-4 different times)
  7. Tickets to Cirque Du Soleil
  8. Essential Oil set worth $100
  9. $10 Playstation Network Gift Card
  10. $25 Nintendo Switch Gift Card
  11. Etsy Jewelry
  12. Xbox Live Gold 3-Month Membership
  13. Steam Account with over 100 games
  14. Sports Jersey
  15. Tactical Flashlight
  16. Tape Measure (yeah I know, weird)
  17. $20 credit to some shady online casino which I turned into $50 and cashed out
These are some of the more memorable things I've won but there are many more. My bot has entered somewhere near 30,000 contests on my account, so it's really just a numbers game.
Because of ongoing servehosting costs, this is a recurring service. Once you connect your twitter account, it is completely automated and you don't need to do anything except check your twitter to see if you've won anything.
I will give you 1 month access (30 days) for $5 USD (Paypal or Bitcoin), although I recommend using the service for longer to increase your chances of winning something really cool. For that reason I also offer a year (365 days) of this service for $50 USD.
There is no guarantee you will win anything. This is simply an automated service that will automate your twitter account. I am limiting this service to a select few to ensure my server can handle the extra load.
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Non-Fungible Tokens

Non-Fungible Tokens
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) achieved mainstream attention in 2017 following the popularity of the crypto collectibles game CryptoKitties. The NFT market has evolved since then.
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In this article, we will delve into non-fungible tokens to understand what they are and what they can do. We will also explore what has been happening in the NFT market throughout 2019.

Defining fungibility

Fungibility is defined as the quality of a good or commodity that makes its individual units interchangeable with another unit of the same commodity with the same value. It is considered an essential feature of any viable currency or item utilized as a store and transfer of value.
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Fiat currency presents an excellent example of fungibility. The currency in your wallet is acceptable everywhere. Fiat currency, say 100 dollars, in a large denomination is exchangeable for five 20 dollar notes. Likewise you can choose to pay for a good or service with your 100 dollar bill or in smaller denominations. This is fungibility.
Fungibility is considered one of the most important characteristics of a currency. Digital currencies are a mixed bag with regard to this feature. Some cryptocurrency networks, like Bitcoin, started as fungible but the open nature of its ledger combined with leaps in blockchain analytics technology have made fungibility a distant memory. However, some digital currencies, those with significant privacy considerations such as Monero, leverage technology that imparts their tokens with fungibility. Fungibility is important for currencies because it allows it to meet the society's needs effectively.
While fungible items serve a purpose in society, the same is true of their opposites too. Non-fungible items are those which cannot be interchanged with any other good. Non-fungible assets are typically items of high value that are rare. Examples of such items are paintings or other valued art, precious stones, and other collectables, like baseball cards.
Non-fungible items operate on the scarcity principle. In social psychology, this principle explores and explains how the availability of an item affects its valuation by members of the public. The rarer an item is, the more money people are willing to part with to acquire it. Human beings have been attaching meaning to items that do not possess any inherent worth since time immemorial. Other reasons, such as religion and sentimentality, can also have an effect on the valuation of an item. A good example is the Gutenberg Bible, which is worth upwards of USD 4 million because of its historical and artistic value.

Non-fungible tokens

In the context of digital assets, non-fungible tokens are made possible by blockchain networks that support the creation of decentralized apps (dapps) through the deployment of smart contracts.
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NFTs are unique one-of-a-kind tokens, sometimes representing another real-world item, which are deployed on a blockchain network. It is important to note that most NFTs do not have to represent items in the real world. In fact, the majority of the NFTs in existence represent assets that only exist in their crypto-ecosystem.
NFTs possess characteristics that distinguish them from the rest of the cryptocurrency sector. These tokens are unique as a function of their rarity. Additionally, they are a scarce asset class. The maximum supply of any type of NFTs is usually predetermined and capped at a certain quantity.
Additionally, because they are typically deployed on blockchains, NFTs are readily accessible to anyone with an internet connection. The use of blockchain technology ensures that the tokens will exist after the life of their creators. Moreover, it is possible to design and launch entire ecosystems around NFTs, which can interact with each other in many novel ways, thanks to the blockchain.
The Ethereum-based dapp, CryptoKitties, which brought NFTs to the forefront of the crypto community in 2017, capitalized on digital scarcity. In the cryptocurrency world, just as it is in the real world, people want to own things that only they or very few others have. The virtual kittens deployed on the Ethereum blockchain gained popularity in a short time leading to much slower speeds for the network, significantly affecting the Ethereum network negatively.
Following the CryptoKitties craze of 2017, NFT projects mushroomed in number. Most projects employ the ERC-721 standard designed by Dieter Shirley to deploy their NFTs, making Ethereum home to most NFT projects. However, other smart contract platforms such as EOS are also increasingly being leveraged to launch NFTs.
NFTs in 2019
While Ethereum has dominated the NFT standard for the last couple of years, developers at EOS recently released two new standards for non-fungible assets on their blockchain. The standards were published by two different projects namely, Simple Assets by CryptoLions and dGoods by Mythical Games. The deployment of these standards is an attempt by EOS to dethrone Ethereum as the king of the NFT market.
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According to StateoftheDapps, there are 26 NFTs in existence in the market. While DappRadar lists 68 crypto collectibles.
Also, while many NFTs are deployed in the context of gaming, there are some NFT projects which are marketplaces or for use on social networks. On the other hand, Ethereum continued to expand its NFT dominance. The Ethereum Name Service is a recently launched innovative project. It is designed to provide users with human-readable domain names deployed on the Ethereum blockchain. To make this possible, developers are leveraging using NFTs to represent the unique domain names generated by users.
Moreover, a number of NFT marketplaces have sprung up over the past two years. The largest of these is OpenSea. It was launched early 2018 and typically trades about 50-150 ETH in NFTs daily. Auctionity and Rare Bits are other NFT marketplaces.
Lastly, NonFungible.com published a report analyzing some of the biggest names in the market. The report found that while extensibility, the ability to interact with other ecosystems in a gaming environment and one of NFTs biggest unique characteristics, is not being utilized as much as was previously thought.
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TIFU by attempting a surprise motorcycle visit for my BFF in Mexico. Crashed and burned.

Lite context: I posted this on facebook a couple of days ago and people said I should throw it here, so here goes!

So. Here's what went down.
DISCLAIMER FIRST: This has been a fucking bone-rattling experience, both literally and figuratively. I would appreciate it if y'all made your comments and questions here on the bookface, as I'm probably not gonna be in the mood to talk about it. I'm not in a good place mentally, physically, or emotionally right now, and all I want to do is forget all of this and serve shots of Tequila or something. Please don't ask me anything about this in person, I might just find a baseball bat and smash your face in for no reason. Just don't. I am 110% fucking serious about this. Okay? Glad we can agree on that. Read on.
It all started with this great idea to fly into Mexico City, buy a used motorbike, and drive back to Guatemala, with a stop in Puerto Escondido to surprise the fuck out of my best friend Emmy. Found a killer deal on a 2008 Italika TX200 sport bike. It was souped up, bored out to a 250cc and had some new rear shocks on, but hadn't been run in ages. So I took it to a garage, and we did a full maintenace checkup. Changed the oil, filter, tires, tweaked the throttle, recalibrated the front forks, replaced the battery, bought new indicators... and realigned the swingarm/rear assembly - the chain looked a bit worn, but they didn't have any replacement chains and it was getting late, so I said fuck it, we're good to go.
Mistake. Big mistake.
The owner was friendly, and gave me a massive discount and a solid helmet and a flashlight, worth about 1000 MXN. At this point I'd put in about 9000 pesos, about 550 USD into this bike. Not a bad deal, hey?
But that chain though.
Got up early Wednesday and set off for the ~10 hour drive from the DF to Puerto. Felt on top of the fucking world. Seriously, as soon as I hit the highway I just couldn't stop laughing to myself, feeling the incredible rush of motorcycling that I haven't felt in years, and the fact I was going to see my best friend and I couldn't hold my excitement in.
About 400 km later, just outside the small town of Asunción Nochixtlán in Oaxaca, there's a white pickup tailgating the fuck out of me, and refuses to pass unless he gets the whole lane to himself. So I yield, and roll onto the shoulder to let him pass. Now the shoulders along these highways are already sketchy, and I was suddenly on a big patch full of tar snakes and potholes. I saw one massive ditch coming up, straightened up, and braced for impact. The bike made it across, but the impact rattled the chain... and it snapped. FUCKING SNAPPED. I was going about 120 km/h. And now my rear wheel was locked up.
With a combination of my enduro experience and sheer fucking luck, I managed to keep it upright for about 50 yards, before I hit the pavement. I think, "This is it," and wait for something to run me over. me, and a couple of people coming out to check on me. I get up, signal I'm okay, and swear profusely.
The damage: scuffed up my left hand a bit, which is now very swollen. Few scratches under my jeans on my left leg. Few aches and pains throughout, but more or less unscathed. Christmas miracle? Thank god. The bike was pretty scratched up on the right side, with the front brake handle completely gone, and the throttle cable loosened. I remember seeing an auto repair shop about a mile back, and after regaining my senses, I roll back there. It takes them about oh 5 hours to figure out how the bike works since they were auto mechanics, and eventually managed to get a chain and a new brake lever, they take 500 pesos from my now empty wallet and now it's sunset so I find a hotel for the night.
OH BUT WAIT KASIKORN BANK DECIDES TO CANCEL MY CARD.
So I've got 30 pesos and a bunch of USD from my time in California that no one accepts never nowhere nope. Kasikorn has blocked my card before, and it usually takes like 5 minutes on the phone to get it unblocked. I usually use Emmy's skype credit since I have none, but when I logged in there was no more credit. (Turns out I was in the wrong account :/) So I decide to top it up for her, since I've used most of her credit anyway, and I need to fucking call my bank. But Paypal and Skype don't let me buy any credit because the currency doesn't match or some bullshit. So I have to top up my Paypal balance with Pounds Sterling, which I can only get by selling Bitcoins at a less-than-primo rate.
Two hours later, and I can now pay the man for my room, and I withdraw another 1000 pesos for safety. So the next morning I get up at 7 am and back onto the road. My hand really hurts, but I was now tired of this bullshit and just wanted to get the fuck to Puerto and see the only thing that can cheer me up. I continue for about 20 minutes until I realize that the engine is just not responding the way it did before. Like I said, the mechanics from the day before weren't exactly good - they lost the spring for the throttle cable and tried to convince me THAT WASN'T A PROBLEM. "Just remember to turn your hand back that's all."
I stopped at a gas station and they had a better looking garage there, so I took it in and told them the story, and that I didn't trust what those guys the day before did. They go through the usual check list - throttle cable adjustments, idle speed, choke, etc, and find the problem is in the carburetor. The little floaty thingy inside has come loose and isn't feeding the right mixture of air and fuel to the cylinder. Great. Can they fix it? No, they need to get the part from Oaxaca or probably Mexico City. But what they can do is open up the choke all the way and at least keep the engine cycling, but while guzzling fuel and being super harmful to the engine in general. But it'll get me to Oaxaca, where I can then figure out what to do with my life.
How much does this cost? Howabout 1500 pesos? Well shit all I have is 950, and after discussing with the lady and googling bank locations and possible options and whatnot, she finally lets me off and charges me the 950 in my wallet. At least my bike can get me to Oaxaca, I think to myself. I've got about an hour of sunshine, and then I get to the FUCKING TOLL BOOTH. I forgot about that, and I have no money. It takes an hour of arguing with the fucking COLONEL (seriously Mexico get your shit together why does an Army Colonel need to guard the toll booth?) for him to let me TURN AROUND AND GO HOME.
Except I have nowhere to go. I stop at an Oxxo and smoke my last cigarette. I ask everyone who stops there and after about two hours, a nice old gentleman in a BMW agrees to take a 100 USD note in exhcange for 1500 pesos. Not the best rate, but it's something, and I find a place to sleep for the night.
I lie in bed contemplating my life choices - I'd spent the day pumping more money into this bike that now's on its deathbed, and I'm mentally, physically and emotionally drained. AND THEN MY PHONE DIES. It had taken a crack from the crash, but was working okay, but now my one connection to the rest of the world, my maps, my money, my emotional support in Emmy, is now gone. I haven't been eating well for a while, too, due to other factors and I'm not in the right state of mind to be riding another 500km. The bike sounded fine but I didn't want to risk it - it was dying. I love the bike, I love riding, and it takes me an entire night of contemplating to realize that the smart thing to do would be to cut my losses and ditch the bike. I am in no state to be at the helm of a motorbike, as much as I hate to admit it. This was a bad idea. It's time to give up.
I've driven hundreds of thousands miles on all sorts of bikes. I've bought, like, 6 used bikes and never had a problem. This was the first time I've given up on a road trip, and it was horrible.
But as I pulled into the bus station, just as I park the bike for a last time, the clutch cable snaps. Good fuckin' riddance. I fucked up.
TL;DR: I could've just paid someone 1000 USD to hit me really hard in the hand, call me an idiot and take away one of the greatest joys of my life.
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Random rant about bankers, fiat - and quietly buying during the accumulation phase

Are ALL banks really THAT STUPID that they're all trying to invent their own walled-garden ShitCoins instead of QUIETLY ACQUIRING AS MANY BITCOINS AS POSSIBLE DURING THE ACCUMULATION PHASE??
Every central bank (FED, ECB, BoE, BoJ) has been running its money-printing machine full-blast since late 2008, and most of the world is now swimming in so much cash that it's starting to become a LIABILITY to hold it. (A lot of fiat money is actually simply locked up on the balance sheets which commercial banks hold with their central bank, apparently as a way of trying to avoid triggering massive (hyper)inflation - or hidden away in tax havens by FIAT HODLERS.)
Based on some graphs I've seen ...
https://xkcd.com/980/
http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/the-billion-dollar-gram/
http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/billion-dollar-o-gram-2013/
... it looks like the amount of fiat in the world has at least doubled since around 2008 - say it went from 50 trillion to 100 trillion USD worldwide (varying of course depending on which money supply metric you use, M3 or whatever).
Zoom all the way out in your browser on that last graph linked above and just look at the grey and blue parts: it shows that about 75-80% of our economy is either debt, tax-evasion or war.
There is no detailed global ledger (yet) for all this fiat (in particular no central clearing house for the nearly 1,000,000,000,000,000 USD (1 quadrillion) nominal in casino derivatives that's hanging over the head of our economy) but it would be interesting to at least know how much fiat existed worldwide BEFORE 2008, and AFTER - especially if you accept the thesis that late 2008 is when the final, irreparable "cracks" in the dam of fiat began to show.
Recall that none of the big names - from Goldman Sachs to BoA, from JPMorgan to BoE, from the WSJ to the FT, from Janet Yellen to Christine Lagarde - have said that we're out of the woods yet. There's no light at the end of the tunnel, we're just digging ourselves deeper into the hole by issuing more and more toxic debt. Most of the "too-big-to-fail" banks are indeed already insolvent - if they were to use mark-to-market rather than mark-to-fantasy for their so-called "assets" (most in the form of debt held by counterparties which will never be paid back), and most of their more obviously toxic liabilities hidden off-balance-sheet.
They never really solved "round one" of the Great Recession, and "round two" is getting ready to hit (ie, round one is simply dragging on, after they kicked the can down the road) - as more vast sectors of the economy (next up: student loans, credit-card debt) which the debt-backed fiat bloodsuckers overbid with their bogus fiat turn out to be worthless (and oftentimes also rehypothecated along a long chain of custody with dubious documentation every step of the way in their crappy antiquated inefficient legal systems - see MERS, mortgages, CDOs - that most of these debt-backed so-called "assets" aren't even worth selling off yet again to the next gullible wannabe leech in line: eg collection agencies which might get pennies on the dollar for the trillions in bad debt floating around out there).
And George Carlin predicted what the next thing would be that they'd try to get their greedy desperate little paws on: your Social Security.
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=george+carlin+you+have+owners
As for timing - don't these massive "crises" tend to conveniently occur at the end of the 8-year reign of the clown-puppet current presiding over the last great declining superpower - the president of the mighty US of A, that worldwide issuer of last resort of our planet's war-backed and global-warming-backed petrodollar? If so, then get your popcorn out folks (and secure your portfolio well before) the "interesting times" that will probably happen between the Bitcoin Halving of July or August 2016, and the US presidential elections at the start of November 2016.
What was originally unnoticeable pinhole-sized and pencil-thin leaks in the boat of our economy became baseball-bat-sized in late 2008 - and to fix the problem, all the governments of the world have basically been applying giant battering rams to the sides of the boat, because that's all they know how to do: is LEAK MORE FIAT INTO THE ECONOMY - either in a slow drip (when the patient is merely lethargic), or in a massive gush to the mainline (when the patient is almost comatose). Either way, fiat is habit-forming - ie, you end up needing more and more of it to get less and less high off of it.
That's the only tool in their toolbox, the only parameter of their policy; controlling how fast or slow phoney fiat flows into (and buys up) our economy: and I use those words advisedly, because THE ECONOMY IS OURS, THE FIAT IS THEIRS, and we're selling away the bounty of our planet and the sweat of our labor and the precious gift of our time for constantly devaluing pieces of paper which they can print at will and drop from helicopters (mainly onto their crony banker friends) at the first sight of anything valuable on the horizon which they want to snatch up for themselves.
If the Bitcoin devs can get their act together and realize that their number-one job is to simply CONTINUE TO PROVIDE A SECURE, DECENTRALIZED, PERMISSIONLESS, TRUSTLESS LEDGER for storing and circulating these 21 trillion unforgeable, non-double-spendable tokens known as "bits" (with each bit divisible into 100 "satoshis", and 1 million bits to a "bitcoin"), then maybe, for the first time in history, humanity will be able to attach real value to the things of this life, and throw off the bonds of the bankers who have enslaved us.
My guess is that most "banks" as institutions are probably not smart and agile enough to get into Bitcoin the best way that makes sense: by simply buying some.
On the other hand, I wouldn't be surprised if a certain percentage of bankers (as individuals, in their free time as private citizens) are quietly buying the last few millions of bitcoins being produced during the final big years of the bitcoin accumulation phase.
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