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r/bitcoin recap - July 2017

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the seventh monthly Bitcoin news recap. Last month's post got very little love, and I don't expect much more success with everyone focussing on August 1st, but here it is nonetheless. In my eyes definitely one of the most eventful months in Bitcoin's history, absolutely unreal how much happened:
To name a few.
For those unfamiliar with the monthly recap, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
If you're on mobile and can't see the links below, check the web version.
A recap of Bitcoin in July 2017
No biggie right? And you thought SegWit was the only thing going on!
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People are worried by Bitmain please remember Tether?

If tether and billions of FAKE USD was fraudulently used to pump the bitcoin price ( like the willy bot in mtgox ), wouldn't most of the bitcoin be bought by fake USD and thus owned by dishonest people?
In fact this is a great way for governments to covertly harm crypto adoption.
Create multiple fake accounts in legit exchanges, then fund them with government backed secretly printed digital fiat. So long has this printed money is going to crypto in the short term it will create a massive inflation of crypto prices relative to USD ( without devaluing the USD). They can also buy and sell between them selves once they own enough bitcoin.. Then the government will own alot of btc bought using fake money. Just as regular people are starting to cash out and new people are entering the market the government can deliberately crash the market. Also there is nothing stopping the government creating fake accounts on foreign exchanges.
Making people lose faith in crypto is the best way to kill it, they wont try and ban traffic or stop people running nodes so small blocks and mining decentralization will do nothing to prevent an ECONOMIC attack.
The only way that can be avoided is focusing of adoption and hyper bitcoinization, then we dont need exchanges....
PS, i dont think the US government try such a thing now, such an attack could be carried out by a dodgy exchange with the help of dishonest private companies.
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Why to avoid PIA

Intro

This post was once a section on my VPN post but I moved it to it's own post as it was nearly as long as the rest of the post together. Please see the VPN post for other VPNs I'd avoid, and recommendations on what VPN service to get.
First and foremost, it's a US based service. This alone should be reason to avoid PIA, and I explain why in the VPN post.

PIA vs Proton, NordVPN, Tesonet

PIA co-founder "Rasengan" put forwards a few allegations about Proton over at ycombinator saying the following:
Tesonet is a data mining and analysis company.
These have all been explained by Proton:
Thousands of new Twitter and Reddit accounts have been created spreading this information around the internet.
Read more here:
Shortly after this, similar allegations started to be made about NordVPN. A copyright infringement lawsuit from Luminati (formerly HolaVPN) against Tesonet that claims
Prior to and separate from the technology at issue in this case, Hola provided a virtual private network (“VPN”) service called HolaVPN. Between November 2015 and June 2018, Hola, had a business relationship with Tesonet related to HolaVPN and Tesonet’s VPN service called NordVPN. … the OxyLabs residential proxy network is based upon numerous user devices, each of which is a client device identifiable over the Internet by an IP address… these user devices become part of the network through the execution of Tesonet code embedded in applications downloaded by that devices user.
Here they claim NordVPN is owned by Tesonet This Tesonet code "OxyLabs" is doing exactly what HolaVPN was accused of 3 years ago, using other users internet as part of their VPN service (essentially a botnet). Screenshots included in this case were taken by a "Caleb Chen", London Trust Media (PIAs parent company) employee.
Again, thousands of Twitter and Reddit accounts have been created to spread this information.
While this NordVPN accusation seems a lot more likely than the one against ProtonVPN, it is just an allegation at this point.
Read more:

Their new CTO, Mark Karpeles

Mt Gox was originally a site to buy, sell and trade Magic the Gathering trading card in 2007. It's then owner, Jed McCaleb, decided to turn it into a Bitcoin exchange in 2010, and quickly got in over his head, selling the site to Mark Karpeles, who set to work rewriting the backend security. In June 2011, Mt Gox was hacked and ther equivalent of $8.75 million were stolen. Bitcoin enthusiasts Jesse Powell and Roger Ver, who helped the company respond to the hack, claim “Karpeles was strangely nonchalant about the crisis”.
Later reports in 2013 showed Karpeles inability to run a company, or even develop software. There was no version controlling, any developer could overwrite any file, overwriting other developers code (for example, important security updates). Reverting to previous files would be near impossible, seeing what other developers have done to other sections of the code made difficult and manual. There was only one person allowed to review changes: Mark Karpeles. Sometimes essential security fixes would be left in his box for weeks before he could manually review them, leaving the markets users open to attack for all that time. At least that's better than their previous system of no review, where developers were free to upload, modify (or delete!) files on the live website, where users were subjected to untested software changes that often broke things.
By fall 2013, Federal agents had taken $5 million from the company's U.S. bank account, as the company had not registered with the government as a money transmitter, and they were also being sued for $75 million by CoinLab. But it's okay, Mark Karpeles is… working on a $1 million Bitcoin cafe in the lobby, essentially just a hacked cash register in a cafe that never opened.
In Feburary 2014, Mt Gox stopped paying out customers in Bitcoins, claiming a flaw in the digital currency. After some days of silence from the company, protesters turned up outside its offices, asking whether it was insolvent. As it turns out, hackers had been skimming the website for years, and had taken 850,000 bitcoins, more than $460 million at the time (and worth $5.5 billion at todays rates, 8th October 2018). He enlisted on his two friends Jesse Powell and Roger Ver to come help him sort it. They were scheduled to work through the weekend together, but Karpeles did not show up (with no notice). On the Monday, Karpeles spent the day stuffing letters, not aiding Powell and Ver in fixing his own company. Mark Karpeles later mysteriously found 200 thousand bitcoin that had “been forgotten about”. Yeah. Sure.
Leaked trading records show an internal Mt Gox account (now dubbed “Willy bot”) was artifically inflating it's balance and would use this to buy Bitcoin whenever Mt Gox was running low.
On August 1st 2015, Karpeles was arrested by Japanese police on suspicion of having accessed the exchange's computer system to falsify data on its outstanding balance. In 2016 he was released on bail but must remain in Japan, and is still currently on trial for Embezzlement and breach of trust. at which point PIA hired him as their CTO - the person in charge of all technical management.
This isn't his first time in trouble, either. In 2013, Karpeles was indicted for a pair of fund transfers that took place in 2013: one that saw cash from a Mt. Gox customer be funneled into his personal account and another wherein an account in his name on the exchange had its balance mysteriously increased.
London Trust Media (PIAs parent company) have hired Mark Karpeles to run their technical operations. The man that does not understand the most basic software development principles, has embedded many significant security flaws into his software that went upatched and “unnoticed” for years, and has shown himself to be imcompetant at managing his time and others. This man is now in charge of the system that has access to your entire internet traffic.
“I am more than willing to give a second chance to Mark in this fight’s critical hour,” says Andrew Lee, cofounder and chairman of LTM. A second chance is working in an unrelated field until you can prove your techical abilities are up to the task at hand. Let alone the fact this isn't a second chance, with his two previous convictions.

Other

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I SODL

I have held Bitcoins since 2011. Never bought any, but mined a few with 5770 cards and later a BFL machine. I held through all the boom and bust cycles. Uncountable China bans. MtGox and Willy bot. BCS&T. Silk Road. It went from $30 to $2 - I HODL. From 1160 to $150 - I HODL.
But now its different. Never has hash rate been withdrawn from bitcoin in such a dramatic manner within hours. Never an alt has reached 51% of Bitcoin valuation. This is not about BCH and the flippening. This shows how fragile Bitcoin really is and how easily it can be manipulated. Nobody in their right mind will approve ETF or futures. Nobody will store real estate registry or bond contracts on a blockchain that is so vulnerable.
I SODL and gone all fiat. It's been a good ride.
Core development team has gone completely nuts. They believe that miners don't matter, they apparently want to replace mining with: whoever reads more Our Father and Hail Mary prayers in 10 min, wins the block.
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From Genesis Block to [USAF] Exodus Block?

Just thinking outloud here...
Supposing Jihan's UAHF goes ahead...
If we saw the market react like we did the DAO (GDAX/Coinbase announcement doesn't look promising for any initial support)... and Bitcoin Cash tanked and essentially went the way of ETC (some 100x price drop perhaps?)... then would mining become no longer profitable for Jihan when it's now $10-20 a coin?
Given the economic majority appear to be with Core, we can assume core supporters would begin the initial (sell-off) exodus...
Coinbase would also have the ability to cause significant turbulence (fair to say they kind of have the same 'red button' satoshi may/may not have with the 10%)...
Can only assume that this would mean Jihan would eventually have to pull the plug on nearly all his Bitcoin Cash ASICS and divert mining power to the other chain if he wanted to stay in business... There'd also be a mass exodus from miners themselves from bitcoin.com etc. and any related mining pools (110% not much of an incentive for a coin now worth $10-20)...
I think It's fair to say that the other 'side' are chiefly concerned with 'business' and 'stakeholder' interests as opposed to the transformative vision for the technology itself. As such, we can assume most people would only be invested in Bitcoin Cash for monetary reasons. Likely then, the biggest stakeholders would also take flight during the exodus.
The only way for Jihan to stay afloat would be price manipulation and some kind of 'willy bot' to keep things stable; but this isn't tenable with no single point of exchange failure and all the best bots and coding brains seem to be on the other 'side' (unless Coinbase for some reason chose to keep things stable with their stash / coding skills).
All this eventually leads to Core regaining majority hashrate support.
Did I miss anything?
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A case for Bitcoin to revisit ATH of $1,200

BITVEST MINT MARKET COMMENTARY
With Bitcoin prices testing the waters nearing $600 it may be time to take a serious hard look at what's driving prices and consider whether this is a sustainable rally or just another bull trap. 
It appears that the market is in consolidation mode again following repeated attempts to crest $600.
We're currently trading in the $570 - $590 range mirroring the $470-$490 range in the weeks preceding the breakout above $500 just last month.
In fact, the current period of consolidation is so closely mirroring the previous month that we believe the price will be following that same path.
We expect to see another leg to the upside within the next few days which may see highs in the $630- $650 range.
Due to the halving taking place next month we feel very strongly that this move is only the beginning of a very long and protracted bull market that will ultimately exceed the all time highs experienced in 2013 of $1,200
However there would be major differences between the $1,200 of 2013 and $1,200 of 2016 were we to see it hit those lofty levels.
First and foremost the 2013 rally for the most part was artificial in that the Mt .Gox trading bot "Willy" was responsible for a great deal of the trading volume that took place in the months and weeks leading up to the all time high.
Secondly the market was a tiny sliver in comparison to what we have today.
Thirdly, the hype machine and FOMO was raging rampantly in a very thinly traded market with only a couple of exchanges where bitcoin was traded.
Today the landscape could not be more different, the ecosystem as a whole has grown to monumental proportions.
The infrastructure fueled by billions of dollars of capital investment on the part of Venture groups, individual investors and miners clamoring to build bigger more efficient data centers to house mega mining operations have laid the groundwork for Bitcoin to take the next steps on the road to fulfilling the grand vision of our still unknown genius benefactor(s).
Commentary courtesy https://bitvestmint.com/
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Historical Data - Transactions per Day per Active Address (balance > 0) (June 2010 - June 2014)

I posted previously on some long term metrics that i track here:
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/2h8he9/longterm_correlation_btc_users_vs_btc_price/
and originally, here:
https://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2ey8pw/longterm_correlation_btc_users_vs_btc_price/
I wanted to make a significant correction (completely my error)...specifically in regards to the transaction per day per active address calculation. 1st part of the equation is unchanged: Transactions per day (from blockchain.info here: https://blockchain.info/charts/n-transactions-excluding-popular)
don't know how i missed this, but I found more accurate data on snapshots of active address count at points in time in the past....data is charted here:
https://i.imgur.com/jvSAvXh.png
with credit to gbianchi at bitcointalk.org:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=441336.0;all
main correction is instead of infering active address count from total bitcointalk.org users (as i did in the past), the above imgur chart is exact counts for all previous time periods.
Date Active Addresses on Blockchain Transactions per Day (Excluding Popular Addresses) Transactions per Day per Active Address (Excluding Popular Addresses)
2010/7/1 53,000 188 .0035
2011/1/1 70,000 650 .0093
2011/7/1 325,000 8,397 .0258
2012/1/1 550,000 3,564 .0064
2012/7/1 750,000 8,390 .0112
2013/1/1 1,100,000 12,959 .0118
2013/7/1 1,900,000 26,076 .0163
2014/1/1 2,400,000 39,141 .0156
2014/7/1 3,000,000 56,597 .0185
so transactions per user about doubled 3-4 years! Much better than the flatlined "tx's per address" that i reported on my previous posts
edit: i threw this together in a rush, but if someone wouldn't mind going through and checking that i read that imgur chart right that would be great. I'll check again later, when i have time
edit2: calc for 12/15/2014 =87K trans per day/ 3.8M active wallets = .023 transactions per day per address. Still a rising trend
edit3: the above analysis fits only data from pre april 2013 bubble, as I believe the willy bot artificially pumped up the price...My guess: we are on a slow trend back to actual and predicted market caps meeting. That could be either 1) a drop to around $100 in 2015...or treading water in the $300 - $400 range until we reach fair value (anywhere from 2017 to 2023 depending on which model you use..see my comment to this thread below for more details)
edit 4 (on 2015-12-16): this is a major edit. Everything above this line remains unedited, but I am going to introduce a second pricing model. This original post used active address and tried to find a relationship between number of unique address and the bitcoin market cap. I still believe this will be the most accurate model in the long term. However in the short run, i think there is a better model. IN a perfectly efficient market, as the price of an asset rises, presumably many of the current holders will begin to sell. If this holds true then the active address to btc market cap relationship should hold up. However in the short term (say next 5-10 years...until 2025) i tend to think that bitcoin isn't all that efficeint. A $1000 per coin price rise may not bring as many sellers as a fully efficient market would imply . I think so many current holders of bitcoin are long term holders waiting for $10K per coin or more. That being said I think a second model, which I'll call a "Flow of funds fair calc" should be used instead. The basic idea is to still use the number of users, but instead of relatiing that to market cap, we are going to relate it to the total number of new coins created in a given period
Lets use an example. IN december 2015, there are approx 600,000 world wide users of bitcoin (those holding more than say .1 bitcoin - for further explanation see my previous posts linked in the orignal post). What i did was create a table back to 2009, by month, with the number of users in column A, number of new coins created in that given month in column B, and the implied relationship of "new $ added to the system per user" in column C. Column C basically says, given X users (column A), and the market cap at the time (and again assuming no selling), how much new dollars per new coins was there. If the price per coin remained the same (say $300 per coin), but 100K new coins came into existence via mining, then new $ to the system was 300 * 100K = $30M new dollars. if there were 500K users, then 30M/500K = $60 worth of new dollars per user per month. this $60 is the value in column C. It turns out that over time, column C is relatively stable. In times where it is significantly above $60, (ie 2013 bubbles) is when willy bot artificially pumped up at the price...see my previous posts on why we should ignore these bubbles when making our pricing models (it wasn't true market demand). Here is how that $60 number fluctuated over time.
http://i.imgur.com/QAY63Io.png
Using this $60 number (like minds can disagree but its generally been historically between $18 and $90), we can extrpolate into the future what the price per coin will be..taking into account block halvings etc as well as estimating future growth rate in number of users (which has also been relatively constant..see my earlier posts for details on user growth rate in the future as well as comments replying to this post).
So here is how my new flow of funds calc did in the past in comparison to actual price http://i.imgur.com/uzGuib3.png
and here is how both models look going forward assuming a 37% annual growth rate in users and a constant $60 new dollars per user per month number for the foreseeable future http://i.imgur.com/rYjbKED.png
so a few things to note. On the first image, you can see that predicted price is fiarly accurate (especially lately in late 2015) and is much more accurate as of late than the original user count to market cap correlation (which calls for sub $100 coins in Jan 2016).
My guess is that again, for the next few years (3-10 years), flow of funds will be more accurate as a price predictor...then starting sometime in the 2020s as the market grows bigger and more efficient, and as the fair value is reached in people's minds, then long term holders will begin selling, and the market will even out to more efficient level...you can see that in the future prediction table, the flow of funds looks accurate to about 2030 or so, after which it starts calling for $5M + coins, which is impossible as the entire wealth of the world would have to be put into bitcoin. by 2040, the flow of funds calc calls for bitcoin market cap worth 5x the entire world worth...again clearly impossible
The below graph compares the future predictions for both of the models. Again, right now the green line is more accurate, but over time we should approach the red line. Note log scale on the graph below
http://i.imgur.com/bPH4rrj.png
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Fair Warning: Scientific Study - PRICE MANIPULATION IN THE BITCOIN ECOSYSTEM

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 88%. (I'm a bot)
While Bitcoin shows great promise to disrupt existing payment systems through innovations in its technical design, the Bitcoin ecosystem1 has been the frequent target of attacks by financially motivated criminals.
On the 50 days in which Willy traded, the Bitcoin price rose by an average of $21.85.
In our full paper, we conduct a regression analysis to examine whether other factors such as the relatively numerous and varied attacks on the Mt. Gox exchange could explain the change in the daily Bitcoin price, both at Mt. Gox and other leading exchanges.
Why should we care about the Bitcoin manipulation that took place in 2013? After all, the Bitcoin ecosystem is not nearly as important as the New York Stock Exchange.
Vasek, M, J Bonneau, R Castellucci, C Keith and T Moore, "The Bitcoin brain drain: a short paper on the use and abuse of bitcoin brain wallets", in Financial Cryptography and Data Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
The Bitcoin ecosystem includes the core network for propagating transactions, the blockchain, and many intermediaries such as currency exchanges, mining pools, and payment processors that facilitate trade.
Summary Source | FAQ | Feedback | Top keywords: Bitcoin#1 trade#2 exchange#3 currency#4 cryptocurrency#5
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Price manipulation in the Bitcoin ecosystem

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 88%. (I'm a bot)
While Bitcoin shows great promise to disrupt existing payment systems through innovations in its technical design, the Bitcoin ecosystem1 has been the frequent target of attacks by financially motivated criminals.
On the 50 days in which Willy traded, the Bitcoin price rose by an average of $21.85.
In our full paper, we conduct a regression analysis to examine whether other factors such as the relatively numerous and varied attacks on the Mt. Gox exchange could explain the change in the daily Bitcoin price, both at Mt. Gox and other leading exchanges.
Why should we care about the Bitcoin manipulation that took place in 2013? After all, the Bitcoin ecosystem is not nearly as important as the New York Stock Exchange.
Vasek, M, J Bonneau, R Castellucci, C Keith and T Moore, "The Bitcoin brain drain: a short paper on the use and abuse of bitcoin brain wallets", in Financial Cryptography and Data Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
The Bitcoin ecosystem includes the core network for propagating transactions, the blockchain, and many intermediaries such as currency exchanges, mining pools, and payment processors that facilitate trade.
Summary Source | FAQ | Feedback | Top keywords: Bitcoin#1 trade#2 exchange#3 currency#4 cryptocurrency#5
Post found in /Economics, /Buttcoin and /hackernews.
NOTICE: This thread is for discussing the submission topic. Please do not discuss the concept of the autotldr bot here.
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Current state of affairs

IMPORTANTE NOTE: THIS THREAD IS NO LONGER BEING UPDATED, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS ONE INSTEAD: http://www.reddit.com/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/21hrv8/current_state_of_affairs/ I explain the reason for the change here. Thanks!

LAST UPDATE: March 27th 2014 09:47 GMT +1

NOTE: I'm trying my best but because of the sheer volume of tidbits popping up every day, this post might ocasionally miss some updates. Please feel free to point it out in the comments whenever you feel there is information missing in the post, thanks!
A note on recovering funds: We have no information on how to recover fiat/bitcoins/goxcoins yet and MtGox has only given very vague statements so far. It is speculated Mark Karpeles (CEO of MtGox) is currently figuring out what to do and not flying to the Bahamas with our money. It is advisable to have patience and wait for new developments on the subject for the time being.
March 26th, 2014
Match 25th, 2014
A new rumor has surfaced twitter, currently unsubstantiated, from @CanarslanEren who according to his previous tweets would have previously either guessed correctly or know in advance about the recovered 200K BTC (emphasis mine):
Within a few days(or hours) @MtGox will announce that "they found ~670.000 #bitcoin & may release some BTCs to the victims. @PatronaPartners
https://twitter.com/CanarslanEren/status/448418452701974528
The community consensus at the moment seems to be of skepticism, as it always goes with this kind of rumors. See also:
March 21th, 2014
  • There's a new update on mtgox.com confirming the previous story of having recovered 200K BTC that were thought lost. Key points:
    • On March 7, 2014, MtGox Co., Ltd. confirmed that an oldn format wallet which was used prior to June 2011 held a balance of approximately 200,000 BTC (199,999.99 BTC)
    • For security reasons, the 200,000 BTC which were at first on the 7th moved to online wallets were moved between the 14 th and the 15th to offline wallets.
    • The bitcoins held today by MtGox Co., Ltd. amount to a total of approximately 202,000 BTC, including the above 200,000 BTC and the approximately 2,000 BTC which existed prior to the application for commencement of a civil rehabilitation proceeding.
March 20th, 2014
  • Several users were reporting issues with the balance-checking tool online at mtgox.com, namely that bank transfers and transactions stuck in progress were not showing. This is now apparently fixed and balances seem to have been accordingly updated. Thread here.
  • In line with the blockchain movements we've seen for the past few weeks and the respective MtGox API activity, finally a japanese news article appeared where MtGox lawyers announce MtGox has found and owns 200K BTC, translation, courtesy of h1d:
    Bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox which collapsed in February announced on 20th that they have found they're still in possession of the 200,000 BTC out of the 850,000 BTC that was reported to be lost.
    According to the lawyer, they found them on the 7th of this month by searching through a storage on the internet called a "wallet" which was being used by MtGox up until June 2011.
    MtGox has reported that they have lost almost all of the 850,000 BTC owned while filing for bankruptcy protection on February 28th.
    /bitcoin thread here.
March 18th, 2014
  • A new update on mtgox.com is now online: account holders can now provide their login authentication data on the site to retrieve the last status of their wallets for convenience. It would appear that this update is legimitate, Redditcoin states:
    I just called the MtGox call centre in Japan - they confirmed that the login has been put there by "legal" and they have not been hacked. I called this number from the original banckrupty announcement (I called from Australia - we are only 2 hours ahead): +81 3-4588-3922. A nice man with an American accent said that the login has been put there by "legal" for users to check their balances and that the website has not been hacked.
    Redditcoin asked for transaction history data as well:
    I called the number again (about an hour later) - again, absolutely no waiting - I called again to ask about my transaction history. The same man answered, with the American accent (although sounded Japanese), who spoke impeccable English. He said that the transaction history is still unavailable because the courts still have to "polish" it (whatever that means). I said I needed it for taxation purposes. He replied by saying he will "check on this, and post an update on the website soon".
    As for the balance data that can now be retrieved on mtgox.com, the site notes (emphasis mine):
    This balance confirmation service is provided on this site only for the convenience of all users. Please be aware that confirming the balance on this site does not constitute a filing of rehabilitation claims under the civil rehabilitation procedure and note that the balance amounts shown on this site should also not be considered an acknowledgment by MtGox Co., Ltd. of the amount of any rehabilitation claims of users. Rehabilitation claims under a civil rehabilitation procedure become confirmed from a filing which is followed by an investigation procedure. The method for filing claims will be published on this site as soon as we will be in situation to announce it.
  • The MtGox API which used to list pending transactions has been removed today. In the past few weeks, this API had shown that the hundreds of thousands of BTC moving in the blockchain connected with MtGox wallets could still belong to Gox. Thread.
Match 17th, 2014
March 16, 2014
An new unconfirmed, unverified IRC quote appeared on /bitcoin:
we are working on resuming service, can't say how soon it'll be
While the authenticity is still in question, if true this would be in line with all the rumors and hints we've seen up until now.
March 15, 2014
  • The hundreds of thousands of coins moving in the blockchain that MtGox allegedly still own have been spotted doing something new: the outputs are now merging in new addresses of 2K BTC each. This was first spotted in this thread and later confirmed here. As usual, we have zero indications of what this means yet. -Mahn speculates:
    The only thing I can imagine myself is that whoever is doing the splitting decided 50 BTC was too little or would take too long and switched to bigger outputs per address.
  • New movement in the MtGox order book as reported by their still online API has been detected. Thread.
  • Further discussion on bitcointalk revealed that the alleged personal customer information for sale by the recent MtGox data leak hackers is most likely fake. See also this thread.
March 14th, 2014
There's a new update on mtgox.com concerning their Chapter 15 US filing. It contains no new information other than the confirmation of the news that appeared on March 11th.
March 12th, 2014
  • MtGox US subsidiary assets have been temporarily frozen by US Judge. Story here.
  • Mark Karpeles declaration to the US Bankruptcy Court has been published online:
    "On February 7, 2014, all bitcoin withdrawals were halted by MtGox due to the theft or disappearance of hundreds of thousands of bitcoins owned by MtGox customers as well as MtGox itself. The cause of the theft or disappearance is the subject of intensive investigation by me and others -- as of the present time I believe it was caused or related to a defect or "bug" in the bitcoin software algorithm, which was exploited by one or more persons who had "hacked" the bitcoin network. On February 24, 2014, MtGox suspended all trading after internal investigations discovered a loss of 744,408 bitcoins presumably from this method of theft. These events caused among others MtGox to become insolvent and to file the Japan Proceeding."
    Discussion thread.
March 1st-11th:
http://www.reddit.com/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/1yvvec/current_state_of_affairs/cg2di1f
February 2014:
http://www.reddit.com/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/1yvvec/current_state_of_affairs/cfywewf
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Users with most # of comments on reddit

s/b means shadowbanned or account temporarily/permanently suspended.
User # comments Link karma Comment Karma Avg Comment Karma Account created
conspirobot 575576 6 989 0.00 2013-04-26
ModerationLog 562192 s/b s/b s/b s/b
TweetPoster 555898 2 582974 1.05 2012-11-22
autowikibot 423022 16 519913 1.23 2014-01-04
imgurtranscriber 402632 7 96601 0.24 2013-06-27
PoliticBot 388444 s/b s/b s/b s/b
MTGCardFetcher 378599 7 155014 0.41 2014-04-04
dogetipbot 372772 5144 79401 0.21 2013-12-15
RPBot 354470 414780 1220 0.00 2015-01-12
Late_Night_Grumbler 320617 s/b s/b s/b s/b
qkme_transcriber 301974 2369 353516 1.17 2012-01-01
TweetsInCommentsBot 264420 1 697747 2.64 2015-01-07
havoc_bot 195374 397689 2836 0.01 2013-06-18
morbiusgreen 190758 1839 138975 0.73 2012-05-20
TotesMessenger 189532 1 452581 2.39 2015-01-15
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Economics of Reduced Bitcoin Supply: Shifting the Price-Discovery Demographics

The block reward has an effect on bitcoin price discovery. When the rate of new coin issuance decreases, so too does the influence of people new to bitcoin on the price. The current bitcoin holders gain price discovery influence proportional to that which is lost by newcomers. It is worth noting that typical newcomers don't understand Bitcoin as well as holders, and most people who understand bitcoin would agree that usually the better someone understands bitcoin, the more valuable they consider a single bitcoin to be worth.
If there was no new supply of bitcoin, the effective price would be set exclusively by the lowest amount a current holder was willing to sell for. If all holders understood the potential of Bitcoin and refused to ever sell for less than $5,000 per coin, the price then be at least $5,000, regardless of new demand volume.
However, refusal to sell for less than a certain amount is in no way the same as being willing or able to pay that much to increase one's holdings. This is especially true considering the extent to which many early-adopter Bitcoiners are BTC rich and fiat poor. This dynamic can explain much of the volatility Bitcoin is known for. Willy and Marcus bots aside, a necessary condition for bitcoin to have hit $1,200 was that many big holders considered their bitcoin to worth more than that in the long term, and therefore were not persuaded to part with their coins for a mere $1.2k each. At that time 3,600 coins were being mined every day, and a significant fraction of that needed to be sold by miners for them to cover their operating expenses. Even though many -and perhaps even most- holders valued their own coins in excess of $1,200 each, they simply did not have the wherewithal (or desire!) to buy new coins at such high prices.
Enter perceptions of the newcomers. Not enough of them were convinced of Bitcoin's value to part with $3,000,000 per day needed to sustain the high price. And without newcomers and their money, the current holders were powerless to stop a price decline, even though they did (and probably continue to) believe their coins to be worth over $1,000, and most likely many multiples of that. A model of Bitcoin's price obviously has many variables, but it stands to reason that new coins have a disproportionally large (relative to their absolute percentage) downward pull on the exchange rate. Their buyers are typically new to bitcoin, don't understand it as well, and are not willing to pay the same rates that bitcoin experts need to be tempted to sell their precious stash. Together those perceptions can explain much of the lower-floor and the forces that pull bitcoin's price down, as well as why it can so easily spike upward.
As the daily issuance of new coins decreases in the coming years, it will be easier for Bitcoin to attain and sustain a high exchange pursuant to the belief's of its current holders.
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[Table] IamA guy who accidentally started a soy candle business while high. AMA! (Second time)

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Date: 2013-12-21
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Why soy? It was the first wax I stumbled upon when I started my candle making supply search. The more I learned about it, the more I liked it. It's made from soy beans, so it's renewable, and all the beans are grown in the Midwest. I grew up on a farm, so I know how important it is to support farmers. It's completely biodegradable and nontoxic. You can literally eat it. When I started researching paraffin wax, I was shocked. It's a byproduct of petroleum refinement, and contains carcinogens that cause cancer. It's not renewable, the process of getting it is quite damaging to the environment, and the wax burns faster than soy.
Hm, interesting stuff. Are most candles made of paraffin wax? Yes. I imagine the fact that it wont spoil like soy wax will is the reason it's used by large candle companies.
What is the half-life of a soy candle? One year.
I bought two candles from you in early October; Oakmass and Amber and Falling Leaves. By far the greatest candles I've ever had. They last long, smell insanely nice and actually scents up a room, and you're local-ish! When I order more, can I do a home pick up and burn one with you? Candle burning not required. You're too kind! I'm glad you liked them. Yeah, we can definitely burn up if you want to. Save a little cash on shipping, too.
I hope you don't wind up murdered. We can carry concealed weapons in Wisconsin.
Are you in Madison? Madison is kinda weird, but I love it. I'm just outside of Madison.
Do you ever smoke with the soy candles man? Who's he?
On a scale of 1 to Unicorns, how high were you? Banana.
So I could get a candle named CUNT_DESTROYER? Yes. If you tell me to name it that, I will. It's your money, yo!
Have you considered applying for Shark Tank? That would be an interesting episode. I would never get a deal on that show, nor would I want one. Giving up any ownership is not an option. This is all mine. I would, however, love the national publicity. That would help my growth tremendously.
Just have a really nice intro, of explaining your candles, and all of that stuff so people get interested. Then just bomb the interview, act like a dumbass so you get no offers, have a big billboard with your website and stuff behind you. There ya go. Alright. Somebody call Hollywood and get me on that show!
For someone who isn't a candle connoisseur, what is your favorite scent? recommendations? I have a lot of favorite scents. Oakmoss and Amber is earthy and sweet. Caribbean Teakwood is dark and leathery. Blueberry Cheesecake makes you want to eat the candle, itself... Those are just a few of my faves, but I really like most of the scents I offer.
But CAN you eat the candles? It is just soy right... Without scent oil and dye, you could eat the candle. Soy wax is actually a really good skin moisturizer. Mix a little extra virgin olive oil into pure soy wax, and say goodbye to dry skin. I should start offering that...
What candle best covers up the smell of pets? All of them are scented strongly, so they'll do a good job. Except for maybe a scent like Rain, or Ocean Mist... They are just a lighter scent. Strong, but light.
Anything special you do to prevent frosting? Frosting is a tricky one... I can't give away my secrets...I've spent months trying different environments to let the candles cure in...but I've eliminated it as well as I can. Most candles have none, but a few have a little patch or two of frosting. The appearance of frosting is a good indicator of your candle being made with 100% soy wax, though, so it ain't all bad.
For those of us who don't know, what is frosting and why would you want to prevent it? Frosting is when the wax crystallizes during the curing process. It does no harm to the candle, it's just not pleasing to the eye for some people.
So pretty much frosting is a little tiny ugly mark on the candle? It can be tiny marks, or cover the whole thing. Most of it depends on the curing process, but they are still sensitive to rapid temperature drops after the wax is set.
Would you consider making a subscription candle service? I burn candles all day every day it would be awesome not to need to lug them from the store every week. That's a cool idea. How would I go about doing that?
Let me know if you need help with the set-up :-) I use Wordpress for my site, and Woocommerce for my cart. Will those work? I will need help with the set-up.
I must of missed the first ama and the repost in trees. But i need the story on how you started a soy candle business while high. got any tips for a stoner who is trying to start his own company? whats your favorite scent you have? I was high, staring at a candle burn for a long time just thinking about stuff. Then I realized that I couldn't smell that fancy Glade candle at all. I wondered if I could make my own candles better than Glade. So I browsed candle making supplies online, ordered 10 pounds of wax, 2 dozen jars, and some lilac scent oil. Several minutes later, I completely forgot I had done all that. Didn't think about it again until boxes showed up at my door. I had the "oh yeah, that's right!" moment, and got to work. I made all the candles and gave them away to friends and family. They liked them so much, they started requesting scents and paying me money for them. Then, local stores started contacting me to let them sell my candles. A few news papers interviewed me about my business, as well. It just keeps growing. And all I wanted to do was see if I could make a candle better than a air freshening company. I can assure you I have succeeded in doing that.
My tip would be to find something you think you can do better than what's out there, and then do it.
My favorite scent right now is Winter Cabin.
Please tell me you told the news outlet's that you were high when you started your business. "I was lying on my couch, staring at a candle for what seemed like hours..."
That was the closest I've come.
Do you sell on amazon? No, but somebody recently gave me the idea to sell there. I look to expand my presence online quite a bit in the new year.
How do you get stores to sell your candles? Have you ever thought of outsourcing production to China? Some stores contacted me about selling my stuff. With others, I would just walk into a store with a couple candles and sell them on why they should carry my candles. I would never move production to China. I would like to become the largest candle company in the US, with everything made right here.
Was there a time where you weren't sure you could be successful because it was an idea you got while high? Not for that reason, but there have been times when I wondered how I would make people aware of my products. How would I become successful if nobody outside of southern Wisconsin has heard of me? I worried about stuff like that. Then, I did my first AMA, and the exposure from Reddit helped build a coast to coast customer base that to this day continues to grow.
You seem to have great ideas when stoned. Do you come up with your new products while high? I ask a lot of questions. I ask people what they want. I'll be adding a 16 ounce candle in a glass container, soon. Double wicked...just have to work out the right wick combination... People have been asking for a larger size, so I'll sell a larger size. It's your money, you know? If you want me to make something that I don't have, and I can get the stuff to make it, I'll do it.
Do you use hemp wicks, and if no, why not? I haven't tried them yet, but I'm always trying new wicks to find the perfect one, so I'm sure in the future I will eventually try them. Whether or not I end up using them is dependent on how they perform.
I'd love to try your candles if you found a way to use wooden wicks. I found a wood wicked candle about a year ago and burned it sparingly just so that I could enjoy it longer (the sound is just heavenly), but now I can't seem to find another. TL;DR: Maybe try wooden wicks? :D Wooden wicks are on the horizon! Stay tuned...
How do your wax melts compare to the name brand (Scentsy) melts? Definitely thinking about buying some tonight. The only way for you to find out, is to try them. But, mine honestly blow scentsy's away. My wax melts are 6 ounces, compared to scentsy's 3. The cubes are one ounce each, and I get at least 5 days of noticeably strong scent release while keeping the warmer going 24 hours a day. Then, you'll get a few more days of adequate scent release. If you try them and don't think they're better, send them back and I'll refund your money. I've offered that return guarantee since I started, and haven't had a single thing sent back to me. I'm pretty sure you'll like mine more.
Can your melts be used in a Scentsy warmer? Being from Wisconsin myself and a warmer user you have me very close to switching my business. You certainly can!
Did you get a business license? If so, what kind? No.
How much money have you made from these soy candles? Is your stock public? I'm a one man operation who has reached the point of outgrowing his kitchen, and moving into a larger work space. The money has been a nice boost to my income, but it's nothing I can survive on by itself. No, stock is not public...I hope it never is.
Does this mean you have a day job? What do you do other than make and sell candles? Yeah. I work for a place that makes reed switches and various sensors for all kinds of applications.
Where are you based out of? South central Wisconsin.
Is that near Eau Claire? I'm in Waterloo. Just outside of Madison.
I'll be going to Madison for school in January. I may have to stop by and get a gift for someone. Or, you know, candles are awesome too. If it was okay to stop by, would there be a potential sniffing of various scents available? Also you made Bacon specifically in time for the AMA, didn't you? I usually have candles ready to be shipped out that you could smell. I started offering bacon a couple months ago due to demand from my previous exposures on Reddit. Give 'em what they want...
I go to the UW! They don't let us burn candles in our dorm, though. :( I make wax melts, too. If you buy a warmer, you can use my melts!
Have you consulted with any other self made entrepreneurs on how to make your operation fully sustainable? What, if any tips have you gotten? All of them tell me to keep doing what I'm doing. I've been trending up since the beginning, so if I keep growing at the pace I have been, I'll be there in a few years. I'm in no hurry. I want to do things right and maintain a top-notch product.
Is this the plot of Our Idiot Brother? Did Paul Rudd steal your life to make a movie? Yes he did, but how can you be mad at Paul Rudd?
Would you ever make a peony scented candle? Peonies are my favorite flowers and I haven't found a peony candle ever and I really like your candles. Also, I think this is really cool what you're doing. I hope it all works out! I'm getting one for my best friend for Christmas. I can get that scent. Next time I order supplies, I'll pick some up. Thanks!
Whats your company name? Mack's Olfactory
I see you have scent melts! Are those also soy based? If so, do they last longer than non soy based ones? Am I just silly and all the wax is the same wax for your products? Everything I make uses 100% soy. I've never used paraffin ones, so I don't know, but everyone tells me mine are stronger and last longer than Scentsy's.
Well, just bought 4. Wondered if you had ever seen a coiled candle Link to www.thisiswhyimbroke.com. I've always thought they looked cool. What's the worst smelling candle you've made? Like you were going for pineapple, but ended up with vomit. Thank you for trying them! I've never seen a candle like that before, but it's cool as hell! All of the scents I use come pre-bottled, so I'm not mixing anything myself. But, I can't stand the Banana Bread and Coffee scents. I just don't like them.
Do you plan on ever mixing your own scents? No. I don't have time for that. And I can buy thousands of different ones premixed.
Where would I go to be able to purchase one of these amazing candles? I'm being a little lazy and can't figure out how to search for this. Link to my website
I love you so much. I shared your candles with my peoples on facebook. NINJA EDIT: They are also cheaper than I thought they would be! I'm so excited. I love you, too! Thank you for sharing my link. I hope you enjoy them!
How fast is your shipping time? Do you offer overnight or next day? I hadn't heard of your candles before, and I know some people who would over them for Christmas presents. I make them to order, and I use priority mail from the USPS. They'd never get to you before Christmas. Sorry.
Hey you might not know, but are they GMO soybeans? Just curious. "The short answer is no. Only a very small percentage of the total US production of soy wax is organic. About 98% of the soybean harvest has been either genetically modified (GMO) or non-GMO mixed in with GMO soybeans. All of the soy wax in the US is made by just four companies, and none of them currently process organic soy oil into candle wax at this time."
Wish your stuff was cheaper to ship to Canada. I remember we traded PM's last time you posted, but it just didn't make sense to pay that much for shipping. What are some scents you thought would turn out nicely, but ultimately failed? I wish it was cheaper, too! Dozens of Canadians have wanted to buy, but nobody wants to pay $25 shipping costs. If a certain scent doesn't turn out nice, I'll try it from a different manufacturer. None of the marijuana scents have turned out nice, though. They don't smell anything like the real thing.
Is $25 a flat rate? That wouldn't be too terrible overall, if it was a big order. I'm in Canada and I see at least 8 scents that I would have to have :P. The weight has to stay under 4 pounds. Go over that, and the price skyrockets.
Ah, yeah that makes more sense. Approximately how many 8 oz candles would that be? 3.
That's really cool man. Think you could easily make candles in a low-resource environment? I'm a Peace Corps Volunteer who's got no fridge and no reliable electricity or running water- think I could do it? If you can start a fire and melt wax to a specific temperature, yes.
Simpsons or Family Guy? Both. I've been watching the Simpsons since they were on the Tracy Ullman show, and I enjoy the ridiculousness of Family Guy.
You're locked in a room with the CEO of ikeas teenage son and you have to choose what to watch between the two for the whole next eight days... If that's the scenario, then I choose Simpsons because I could easily watch the Softball episode over and over again for 8 days.
Damn it, Mattingly! I thought I told you to trim those sideburns!
Alright I'll buy your candles. Pleasure doing business with you.
Who's your favorite cast member on Friends? Don't know. Never watched it.
I was hoping for the answer Chandler... Ha! Nice.
Piggy Wiggly exists that far north? Always thought that was a southern thing. They're all over Wisconsin.
I'm actually making soy candles tomorrow for Christmas presents- any tips? Also, I was thinking about adding candy canes because they're gonna be peppermint scented. Would that be okay?? Be gentle when stirring in the scent, and pay attention to temperature details. I wouldn't add candy canes to a candle...unless you love mayhem.
off, Macks Olfactory is very clever and made me giggle. But my question is, have you ever tried anything like this before(starting your own business) and if things were to take off do you think you can keep up with the demand? Thanks for the ama and best of luck. I will be ordering soon! I've never done anything like this before. My dad ran two businesses, farming and a dump truck contracting company, so I can fall back on him for advice and whatnot, but so far I've done everything on my own. Promoting on Reddit has sometimes overwhelmed me with orders, and it would take a couple months to fill orders, but I needed that to find out what I had to do to keep up with the demand. Upgrading my equipment and production capacity will resolve that. I'll be able to make dozens of candles an hour in the near future.
Do you have a Marijuana scent? I haven't found one that smells anything like the real thing. I wont offer it if it's garbage.
I'd love to get some of these mailed to australia, would that be possible?? Shipping to Australia is over $40, unfortunately.
Hey Mack. I just placed another order a couple days ago. Will it make it by Christmas? Probably not, unfortunately. I just finished up all the orders placed before December 15th. Nothing placed after that has shipped yet.
Does the bacon scented candle really smell like bacon? And if so, would you ship to the UK? It has a Bacos smell to it, but it's not that bad.
Whats cent would be the best to have sex to? Long story short, I had a 14 hour sex marathon with this woman I worked with that started as a joke, but ended up happening. I had strawberry candles burning the whole time. To me, that is the best scent to have sex to.
How profitable is this business? Better than minimum wage? Also have you tried making any candy scents? Specifically chocolate. It's profitable. I'd have to sell a lot to live off the income, which will become easy to do once I start selling a lot because buying a ton of wax and jars all at once will save me tens of thousands of dollars compared to what I'm paying now in smaller quantities.
I'll look for a chocolate scent for you.
How can I be more like you? I really don't know.
What's your opinion on higher-end, "designer" candles? For example, Comme Des Garcons and Cire Trudon. Do you think that your candles compare, in quality? How did you learn to make candles? Would you consider apprenticing, or something like that, at a company like Cire Trudon to increase your candle-making prowess? Rip off. Mine may not look as fancy, but I'll go head to head with anyone when it comes to how well the candle can scent a room. And you'd have to be crazy to spend almost $100 on a 9 ounce candle...
Do you take bitcoin? No, but I should probably start. I laughed at the notion a few months ago when they were about $110... Kicking myself for that one.
How did you come up with the money to get started? I have an idea and no clue where to go from here. It only cost me about $100 to get started.
My only question is this: Where the hell were you a month ago when I was trying to figure out what christmas gifts to buy?! Hopefully, we'll both be around for a long, long time. There will be more Christmas's. More birthday's. Mack's Olfactory will be right here.
Would it be possible to make a candle that smelt like a fireplace? Would be nice for the apt. dwellers. I can and will do that.
Leg hair shavings? Okay. EDIT: I suck at jokes. That sounds like a wonderful idea, but I'd rather use that money to buy Christmas gifts for my family during this season. I've spent too much on myself already! That's the first thing I thought of, too. I didn't understand how hair was going to help me match scents.
You've mentioned before you're able to get pretty much any scent for someone who wants it. What is this range limited by? Is there a catalogue of scents to choose from besides those on your site? The range is limited by Google's ability to find the scent for me.
Is the business how you make your living? Not yet. I still have to work a full time job, which makes making candles difficult, especially when you get 60 orders dumped on you all at once like what just happened to me... I'll hopefully get to that point in a few years.
Where do you get the scents from? Do you just add a couple of drops of "blueberry" and get blueberry candles? This sounds very nice, btw. I hope you can maintain the quality and the vibe... I buy all the scents pre-bottled and highly concentrated.
Super late to this, but I would like to get some of your wax melts. What warmeburnewhatever it is do you recommend, and how exactly do you use them/how long do they last? Do you run the warmer constantly, or in cycles? I recommend any that has a 20-25 watt bulb in it. To use them you simply break off a cube, like getting an ice cube out of the tray, and you toss them into the warmer. Mine will emit a strong scent for about 5 days running 24 hours a day, then you'll get adequate scent for another few days. You can run the warmer whenever you want. It doesn't have to be all the time.
What's the difference in wax melts and breaking off chunks of candle wax to melt? Also, how long do your wax melts last? The candle wax I use for containers is a softer wax than the blend I use for the wax melts. The container wax is like soap. The wax melt wax is firmer and more brittle. One of my wax melt cubes will emit strong scent for about 5 days, being on 24 hours a day. Then, they will emit adequate scent for a few more days after that.
I used to joke about manly saw dust scented products... any chance that could come in a candle? I'll look for sawdust scent oil. If I can find it, I'll sell it.
Hello! Checked out your website and was wondering what your wicks are made out of? I'd like to purchase some for a pregnant friend and I've read about avoiding wicks with lead, and to look for cotton? Thank you Lead wicks aren't around anymore. Just like lead paint and leaded gas is no more. My wicks are made of cotton.
After reading through this AMA I would like to buy some candles, live in Sweden. Will you ever start to ship internationally? If I can find cheap shipping, yes.
This is awesome. Do requests cost extra? I really love sunflowers. I can get sunflower scent oil. Next time I order supplies, I'll pick some up. There's no extra cost.
What do you use to add scent to candles? And do you make it yourself? I buy pre-bottled, highly concentrated scent oils.
Dude I have a candle business too!!! Lol. How many candles can you make per batch? Right now, 7. But last night I bought equipment to be able to make dozens at a time.
Soy wax also burns at a lower temperature, so if you spill it on your skin (or put it there on purpose -- whatever floats your boat) you are less likely to get burned. It also cleans up with soap and water unlike regular wax. Soy wax is awesome! Do you ever refill containers for people? People who buy them locally will return the jars for me to reuse.
Have you ever made a pot-scented candle? Several, but none of them have smelled like the real thing.
Did you make the first candle, or find somebody who would? I've made every single one I've ever made.
Do you have a dog named Willie Nelson? No. I have a cat named KitKat.
Question two: have you seen our idiot brother? Yes. Paul Rudd stole the story of my life and made a movie.
If you do custom scents can you do one that smells like a Douglas Fir? The vast majority of Christmas/Pine/Tree smells just all smell like bad air fresheners to me. Like that little pine tree people put in their cars. I'd absolutely love a candle that actually smells like a Christmas tree. I will search for that.
I'm late as hell to the party, but i was curious if your business as it stands now is profitable/sustainable? It's been profitable since day one. If it keeps growing the way it has over the past 2 years, I should be able to live off the income. Fingers crossed!
What's your gross revenue and net profit? I'll let you know once my taxes are done.
Not anymore... That's why Mark Cuban is my favorite billionaire. Dude is good at making money, but he understands that there needs to be a fairness to it, otherwise it becomes harder for the little guy to make it...just like he did.
You make me a candle that smells even remotely like Angel Whispers from Glade and I'll be a huge customer. As soon as I found that scent they discontinued it. I can get you that scent... Next time I order supplies, I'll buy some.
Call it "Pisces Dream" and you'll be my hero! Send me a pm when you get some made. You got it!
WOAH! What a great idea! You should definitly have a website or something that a customer can go online and easily pick out a nice scent they like and be able to have it named after them! [3]+ I make all the labeling myself, so if people ordered something but wanted the name changed to whatever, I can do that. Just put in the comments when ordering that you want the name changed.
I will snap order 5 of those bitches. Now, if you can make a cherry/peppermint blend, and call it "Serenity", you will receive 10 additional orders from me. I will be ordering that scent on Monday. I don't know how shipping will be with all the holidays coming, but check back in a week or two, and I will have "Pisces Dream" ready to go...along with several other new scents. I'll look for a cherry/peppermint blend, too.
You're a bad motherfucker. Gettin shit done. The candle industry isn't going to revolutionize itself...
Oh! Oh! Oh! Glade used to make a soy candle called "earthly awakening" that I was obsessed with. It was also discontinued. If you can make a replica of this you've just earned yourself another life long customer. I can't find a replica of that scent, but Amazon has a six pack of them available. There's only one left, so you better hurry! It's $56.
Depending on the laws of the state it may not be required, nor be applicable. Some areas, like my state (Colorado), have no such thing as a "business license"... Instead, there are forms and licenses with different names and purposes, which may be optional depending on the nature of the business. I've asked several business owners around town if I need any business licenses, and they say no. I might need a sellers permit, though.
If you could make a eucalyptus scented candle I'd be pretty keen on it. Straight eucalyptus?
You totally should do this AMA with a butcher and a baker... for science. Besties.
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