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[Confidential] Planning for F*-Day

Guys, we should start detailed planning for F*-day.
Below is a very rough draft of the script for the upcoming bit-coin fork, as proposed by the Field Op managers at last week's meeting. Read it carefully and bring any suggestions etc. to the next meeting [Note 0]. Special Agents Neckbeard, SwampThing, NakaTuring, and BitSavior will be receiving additional details through the usual channel (if the backlog clears in time).
All times are UTC of F*-day. You must all have received a Chinese fortune cookie at the Friday brunch with the date; please keep it secret. (Harry, the janitor says that you left yours on the table; please see him ASAP.)
[Note 0] The next Field Ops meeting may be delayed since His Scaliness the Sub-Vice Lizard showed up for a snack and we are now looking for a replacement Secretary. Please keep your cochlear implants tuned for further announcements.
[Note 1] All values and coin amounts in these minutes have been computed with a javascript implementation of the Solidity bistromathics library, with sinking-point arithmetic, in order to confuse any enemy agents who may be reading this forum.
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My post was removed from /r/bitcoinmarkets

I'll repost it here.
It's always important to comprehend that most Bitcoins are not in circulation and may have simply been lost. As a result, the true market cap of Bitcoin is smaller than we imagine it to be. It's estimated that 20% of bitcoins have been lost. This means the true market capitalization of Bitcoin is closer to 147 billion dollar, than to 184 billion dollar.
Of the 147 billion dollar worth of Bitcoin, most have been gobbled up by a small minority of early adopters. Estimates are that 4.8 million bitcoin are held by 1000 individuals. The rest of the population competes over ownership of a fraction of the total supply. As a result, comparatively minor changes in demand for Bitcoins, lead to tremendous explosions in price.
If you take the above facts into consideration, you will understand that the various scams that operate in this market can execute tremendous influences on the price of a bitcoin. If you think carefully, you'll also understand that this will prevent genuine widespread adoption. Eventually you run out of people who want to participate in a project where their perpetual subservience to a small minority of early adopters is guaranteed from the start.
A number of Ponzi schemes are based on Bitcoin, or have migrated to Bitcoin to escape regulatory hurdles. Consider Bitconnect. A significant number of people who buy Bitcoins, buy Bitcoins to buy Bitconnect coins with them. If your Ponzi scheme doesn't depend on banks willing to work with you, the Ponzi scheme is less vulnerable to being shut down. A few months ago, the market capitalization of Bitconnect was estimated at 2 billion.
Now consider the market in Africa. People in Africa buy Bitcoins, because multilevel marketing schemes in Africa have migrated to using Bitcoin. This is an enormous market, that largely escapes our Western eye. Most of us don't understand how people end up stepping into Bitconnect either, it seems absurd to us. Your Google searches however are based on your search history and as a result, you effectively find yourself thinking and functioning in a different world from the rest of the population.
In addition to these Ponzi schemes, we have a number of exchanges that hold Tethers, which they imagine to be somehow backed by US dollars. There is no evidence whatsoever that any of these dollar reserves actually exist. Tethers have the mysterious habit of being issued whenever the price of Bitcoin is at risk of going down. If you believe this market behaves irrational, consider the possibility that it is simply being manipulated through schemes like these.
It's worth considering that most of the exchanges end up functioning as fractional exchange reserves. Hackers steal from the hot wallet, your software is bugged and accidentally sends out too many bitcoins, the exchange operators can't keep their fingers from the honey pot, etcetera. What do you do when you find you don't have your customer's bitcoins? You inflate the value of Bitcoin, to keep your operations going. That's what Mt. Gox did in 2013, to keep their fractional reserve exchange functioning. This works fine, as long as the value of Bitcoin can keep rising.
Bitfinex, an exchange that has been hacked multiple times and has been shut off from the banking system, came up with Tether to solve their problems. Through use of Tether, you can continually increase the value of Bitcoin. According to Bitfinex employees, Tethers are created when people convert other cryptocurrencies into Tether. In other words, Tethers come into existence because people buy cryptocurrencies, then the Tethers are used to buy more cryptocurrencies with leverage. This can last for a while, but it can't last forever, because eventually it becomes clear the Tethers are not backed by anything.
This whole scheme can't be sustained in the long term, but in the past few months the market has started to behave irrational. Whenever the system is about to fail, new Tethers are issued and the price crash comes to an end. It's clear however that this can't be sustained forever. There are a number of problems you run into. Bitcoin's 1 MB block limit leads to an eventual limit to the number of people who can move their currencies, which ensures transaction fees will keep rising. When Tether fails, the exchanges that are using Tether fail too as a consequence. Other Bitcoin merchants in turn depend on these exchanges, to buy and sell bitcoins. You would be a fool to try to short-sell Bitcoin, because you fail to understand the simple fact that the exchanges will cease to function when the value of Bitcoin starts to go down. It's best to take profit, get out while you still can and watch the building burn down from a safe distance.
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[uncensored-r/BitcoinMarkets] Bitcoin's price rise is caused by Ponzi schemes, inflated expectations and money created out of t...

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The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
It's always important to comprehend that most Bitcoins are not in circulation and may have simply been lost. As a result, the true market cap of Bitcoin is smaller than we imagine it to be. It's estimated that 20% of bitcoins have been lost. This means the true market capitalization of Bitcoin is closer to 147 billion dollar, than to 184 billion dollar.
Of the 147 billion dollar worth of Bitcoin, most have been gobbled up by a small minority of early adopters. Estimates are that 4.8 million bitcoin are held by 1000 individuals. The rest of the population competes over ownership of a fraction of the total supply. As a result, comparatively minor changes in demand for Bitcoins, lead to tremendous explosions in price.
If you take the above facts into consideration, you will understand that the various scams that operate in this market can execute tremendous influences on the price of a bitcoin. If you think carefully, you'll also understand that this will prevent genuine widespread adoption. Eventually you run out of people who want to participate in a project where their perpetual subservience to a small minority of early adopters is guaranteed from the start.
A number of Ponzi schemes are based on Bitcoin, or have migrated to Bitcoin to escape regulatory hurdles. Consider Bitconnect. A significant number of people who buy Bitcoins, buy Bitcoins to buy Bitconnect coins with them. If your Ponzi scheme doesn't depend on banks willing to work with you, the Ponzi scheme is less vulnerable to being shut down. A few months ago, the market capitalization of Bitconnect was estimated at 2 billion.
Now consider the market in Africa. People in Africa buy Bitcoins, because multilevel marketing schemes in Africa have migrated to using Bitcoin. This is an enormous market, that largely escapes our Western eye. Most of us don't understand how people end up stepping into Bitconnect either, it seems absurd to us. Your Google searches however are based on your search history and as a result, you effectively find yourself thinking and functioning in a different world from the rest of the population.
In addition to these Ponzi schemes, we have a number of exchanges that hold Tethers, which they imagine to be somehow backed by US dollars. There is no evidence whatsoever that any of these dollar reserves actually exist. Tethers have the mysterious habit of being issued whenever the price of Bitcoin is at risk of going down. If you believe this market behaves irrational, consider the possibility that it is simply being manipulated through schemes like these.
It's worth considering that most of the exchanges end up functioning as fractional exchange reserves. Hackers steal from the hot wallet, your software is bugged and accidentally sends out too many bitcoins, the exchange operators can't keep their fingers from the honey pot, etcetera. What do you do when you find you don't have your customer's bitcoins? You inflate the value of Bitcoin, to keep your operations going. That's what Mt. Gox did in 2013, to keep their fractional reserve exchange functioning. This works fine, as long as the value of Bitcoin can keep rising.
Bitfinex, an exchange that has been hacked multiple times and has been shut off from the banking system, came up with Tether to solve their problems. Through use of Tether, you can continually increase the value of Bitcoin. According to Bitfinex employees, Tethers are created when people convert other cryptocurrencies into Tether. In other words, Tethers come into existence because people buy cryptocurrencies, then the Tethers are used to buy more cryptocurrencies with leverage. This can last for a while, but it can't last forever, because eventually it becomes clear the Tethers are not backed by anything.
This whole scheme can't be sustained in the long term, but in the past few months the market has started to behave irrational. Whenever the system is about to fail, new Tethers are issued and the price crash comes to an end. It's clear however that this can't be sustained forever. There are a number of problems you run into. Bitcoin's 1 MB block limit leads to an eventual limit to the number of people who can move their currencies, which ensures transaction fees will keep rising. When Tether fails, the exchanges that are using Tether fail too as a consequence. Other Bitcoin merchants in turn depend on these exchanges, to buy and sell bitcoins. You would be a fool to try to short-sell Bitcoin, because you fail to understand the simple fact that the exchanges will cease to function when the value of Bitcoin starts to go down. It's best to take profit, get out while you still can and watch the building burn down from a safe distance.
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