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Peter Hun

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  1. 1 hour ago, debtlessmanc said:

    Record low turnout in French local elections, by a long long way 68% did not vote. 
     

    https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20210620-france-goes-to-the-polls-for-first-round-of-municipal-elections

     

    This is big news in my opinion, given a choice between fascists and the official EU candidate (in effect) people could not care less. This is what happens when the central EU message is a distrust of true democracy. I watch France as it is a pretty good bellwether for Europe and the EU. The French are normally very politically aware. I predict this for all the EU, voting will become seen as an irrelevance, what will follow will be direct action of some sort. The gilets Jaunes may just be the beginning

    We have similar turnouts in local elections, so by your reckoning we are fecked?

  2. 27 minutes ago, warpig said:

    There's lots of people like you... that know nothing and prove it at every point of the discussion. Say something of value, show me how "you think" it should be drawn or don't bother replying to anything I post... I'm so fed up of people like you.

    I know you blocked me....but.

    Spouting bollix about charts will not get you respect. Chartism is not a science or a special knowledge, its a failed attempt to claim power over the past and the future. Its no more valid than dressing in a wizard costume and chanting magic spells.

    Start to finish,   it's ******. 

     

  3. 9 hours ago, MonsieurCopperCrutch said:

    Are you or are you not partaking in traditional financial produce? Do you have a mortgage? What interest rates are you getting on your 'savings' accounts?

    No mortgage. Investing pension  in shares, savings in shares. I get 2% on cash saving. But Eth interest is less  than that last time I looked.

    Mining Eth again btw, miner in a data centre.

  4. 11 minutes ago, MonsieurCopperCrutch said:

    Noob comment is noob:

    "Customers wishing to avail themselves of this service will have to register with banks which provide this service. "

     

    You still don't get it do you!!! Apart from salty fiat lovers, the people don't want nor need banks. 🤣🤣

    Read the second article, two billion mobile phone payment customers.

    The billion phone banking customers in India have bank accounts on their phones.

    That's half the world population who have mobile banking services.

    No need for Bitcoin.

  5. 1 hour ago, markyh said:

    Now i'm pretty certain you are Autistic, as you seem in capable of emphatic thinking. That coffee probably cost 25p , where are we will pay £4.  And trust me, i have seen villages in Kenya where they live in mud huts with no wired leccy in the village yet every fooker has a Smartphone. You obviously never travel out of 1st World destinations, if out of the UK. 

    In South Africa last time i went in 2017, a big juicy Steak Dinner in a Spur was cheaper locally than a chicken dish on the menu, and 1/3rd of the cost in GBP that you would pay in a UK Beefeater.  All prices adjust to local incomes. 

    You know the cost of beef production versus chicken?

  6. 8 hours ago, goldbug9999 said:

     The characteristic that distinguished a blockchain from other types of datastore is that of Byzantine Fault Tolerance.

    A blockchain with no restrictions on participation including ability to extent the chain (ergo a "public" one) based on Proof of Work such as bitcoin exhibits this characteristic.

    A blockchain with pre-approved participants does not, and therefore offers no functionality that a database cannot also provide.

    Bolloxs.

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