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A circle is an infinite loop because it keeps asking it self questions.
When guessing witch way to turn, right is light and left is death.
I see big boobs when I see the number 3 online, and it's fun 3.
Earth is light, and light has no shape, but I can define the light to be a round ball floating in space, the religion of Science.
A star to me is a light in the night sky, and nothing else beyond that.
I guess you think you almost died, but I know you did die, and now is your afterlife.
Internet = active imagination of computer.
I see what I program my self to see, it's all for my self by my self.
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I was awarded third position in the Computer Olympiad held by Old Mutual and Computer Society of South Africa for my Pascal programming.
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Pascal is an imperative and procedural programming language, which Niklaus Wirth designed in 1968–69 and published in 1970, as a small, efficient language intended to encourage good programming practices using structured programming and data structuring.
This was still the dark age, while we were still using Stiffy disk...this thing had only 1.44 MB...
Personally I never took Pascal programming serious despite the awards...I actually liked Visual Basic because of the graphic interface. Never thought one day Pascal will be used to build a cryptocurrency.
It's name isPascal Coindue it's written from the scratch in Pascal language.
Pascal Coin is aneasy to understandandeasy to work withCrypto,
because it is very similar to a bank. Usingeasy to rememberaccounts
instead of cryptographic address's Example of address in Bitcoin: 1LpwTz4WWT35q1jr47rU5XhkuCvBrd561k
One of the few things that I very much dislike about the bitcoin blockchain are the ocasional hour long waits for the first confirmation to come in. In this case I have been waiting 21 hours since I sent my 0.12 btc to exchange for steem. Next time Im using Bittrex or Poloniex.
I know this has nothing to do with Steemit, problem being in this case the btc I sent to buy steem are meant for an friend who wishes to purchase steem for his account. I took his fiat money with the intention of powering him up ( I have already done this once before) but of course him being new to crypto and steemit he is having his doubts because of this long wait. I hope bitcoin blockchain scalability will be solved soon, this is not the first time that I run into similar problems.
What is the longest time that you have had to wait for a btc transaccion to be confirmed
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I've extended the green box across, this appears to be a key area. Personally I'm expecting a breakout to the upside from this lower level of $888 rather than a breakdown.
Bitcoin was released to the public as an open source project that allows anyone in the world to not only transact in a decentralized manner, but also help modify the code. Many open source projects like Linux have started with the source code followed by a myriad of alternative implementations. However, for some reason, in the Bitcoin space alternative clients using the source code in a different manner and even writing the code in another programming language, has been controversial.
Most of this week’s cryptocurrency markets have been on an upward trend following the top digital asset, Bitcoin. On January 16 Bitcoin’s fiat price value broke the US$900 range, once again showing a determined bullish outlook. Meanwhile, the top ten altcoins in the cryptocurrency ecosystem have either stayed relatively stable or gained value.
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Factom Daily starting to move to the upside. My ALMA has turned green and price is moving above the moving averages, with the MAs in the right order and pointing upwards. Basically all my triggers right there except the resistance point at 363, so now just looking for an entry.
I'd like to see it moving sideways for the next week, building up some pressure. It could pump sooner but it's more risky with the potential for breakout buy orders getting triggered only to retrace. It is quite hyped.
Ideally, I'd like to get in when it's touching the 150 ALMA, but too early to tell which MAs it will respect. So, more waiting.
If it pops to the downside it could range in the more long term channel. In which case, come back in a month.
I'm relatively new to trading so any tips are much appreciated.
ALMA - Arnaud Legoux Moving Average - The green/blue/red line - A quick moving average with some code I borrowed to make it go green and red under good momentum. I have it set to 150 candles.
MAs - Moving Averages - I have a 20 (thin green) and 50 (thin red) candle with the area between shaded (yellow). I've heard it called an MA cloud and I use it to guage entry points on retraces.