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1  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 28, 2021, 10:20:35 PM
BTC looks still very weak unfortunately... 50% drop from 60 to 30K vertically. Still no (real) rebound and staying in the 35K range.. Hmm I don't want to see this but it's smell not good if BTC are not able to bounce and stay over 42K+ soon. Otherwise more dip (below 30K) is really on the table unfortunately...

Good week end for everyone  Wink

This is the best scenario for a parabolic Bitcoin price at the end of the year. If we recover now, there would not be enough ammo to break 60k once again. People have to forget about Bitcoin and crypto over the summer so the hype train can restart around September/October and find its final peak in November/December. I think below 30k is still absolutely fine. As always, patience is key.

I didn't say we need to recover now at 60K+ / new ATH. But at least a bounce and a consolidation bit higher (42-45k$ insted of 30-35k$, IMO) after a very fast 50% drop vertically.

A bit bigger bounce would feel healthy as well imo, could live with the 42-45 range... for a while ...
42-45 would probably lead to people being bullish and it not settling, if it DOES settle the 35 range or even low 30s seems possible.

I unfortunately think we're just going to keep going down for now. Maybe a settle in the high 20s something like 28,000.
2  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 25, 2021, 12:56:57 PM
I wonder how it is for people who are Full of Money and have no Inventions to give to Humanity, No Legacy but Money (Nothing) - I dont have this problem, i got too many innovations i want to present to the world but no money Cheesy... A bizzare maze id say Cheesy



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G6jvu9PHZA

The "Car" Just wont start...
I hate to break it to you but if you're innovation is truly innovating people will fund you, I just doubt it's actually that innovating or revolutionary.
3  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 24, 2021, 09:57:17 PM
from drudge...gov wants to crack open your wallets. "Privacy... up yours".
Noice /s

https://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/2021/05/irs-wants-tools-cracking-crypto-wallets/174246/



How I imagine new headlines

IRS wants to break all of encryption, surprised threatening Tim Apple with an audit had zero results.
4  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 24, 2021, 09:25:39 PM
though I think he lost credibility in BTC-space for sure.

I think he just tested his influence with that tweet. Moron could spread FUD tomorrow again.
fuck Elon, he could say Bitcoin is the best thing in the world and I'd still think he's just about his image and being an icon.
5  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 24, 2021, 09:19:03 PM
[edited out]


Holy fuck you must be my wife, taking one thing and turning it into a fucking paragraph of shit I didn't say.

I like it, except surely your failure/refusal to disclaim with #nohomo must have been an oversight.    Angry Angry Angry

By the way, you know that we are on a public thread, so whether you said it or not, good enough for govt. work. woops.

What I said again is I currently don't see crypto (all the fucking cryptos, because guess what this isn't just me or my point of view but all investors and some see altcoins as replacements of store of value) currently in a position that it limits precious metal price.

Well.. sounds a bit premature to be reaching such a conclusion.

Like I already mentioned, if various PMs are being used outside of storage of value or even financial instruments, then bitcoin (no need to talk about other cryptos in this thread because they are not important and they are not relevant) would not be in a position to replace those other kinds of values whether it be industrial use or jewlery or things like that.


That's all I'm saying, no need to try and force anything else out of it that's not there.

I am  glad that you got that off your chest.

Can we go back to being buddies, now?


Tldr; I don't think Bitcoin or any altcoins market is holding down the price of precious metals regardless of how I feel about them.

Sounds like a premature assessment to me.

I would suggest if whatever PMs are not being used as a store of value or financial instrument, then bitcoin would not have too much affect on their prices, but we know that various PMs are being used as financial instruments and stores of value.. so sounds to me that you are wrong if you believe that bitcoin superiority in that regard is NOT going to have any effect on PMs being used in similar ways but inferiorities... .. believe what you will in that regard.. time will continue to tell.. just as it already has told part of the story, but you seem to be wanting to see what you want, apart from the seeming relevant facts.

31100 -> 37500 (+6400) in 24 hours, not bad.

Another leg down is setting up right now. The bitcoin price won't be able to sustain itself above $35k for 10 consecutive days.

Great challenge proudhon...

I like your transition into something a bit more funzies... better than your usual repetitive and boring Debbie DOWNsies proclamations.

Ready, set, go.

.5 days down, 9.5 days to go.


Philip 1957 loves this kind of counting.

I definitely agree it will in time have an effect on the precious metals market but I don't think it's holding it back get but I'm just going off a gut feeling I've done literally zero research.

With a quick Google it looks like the market cap on gold and silver is 13 trillion combined, Bitcoin is almost a trillion right?

Kinda really shows how much fucking stupid paper money floating around there is when it's all just faith in the government  Sad

Btw yeah we're still buds, I actually really like most people on here, R0ach and gembitz and those crpyptnaut fucks where's the exception.
6  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 24, 2021, 05:06:51 PM
I wonder if this will effect the Silver market come Monday, lot of speculation that the $2T market cap in crypto kept Silver and Gold down by about 30%
I really don't think the two are linked at all, gold and silver are hedges and crypto is extremely volatile.

There's ideology cross overs but I don't think that's the majority of ownership.

We are not talking about crypto in this thread, so there is that angle too.  

In other words, if I am misreading you, you might want to clarify what you mean, kingcolex.

Dang i'm such a dick sorry guys  Cheesy

Goes without saying that you are a dick, and surely you are not sorry.. You are just saying that you are sorry to be even more of a dick.

Dicks are not sorry for being a dick.  

An alternate theory could be that you are a twat? If you actually happen to be sorry, then twats tend to be sorry for their being a twat (and twats tend to be even more sorry if they had been a dick).
I might just be dumb, what I was saying is I don't think the silver market is tied to crypto in any way and the price of crypto is irrelevant to the price of silver. I think there's some overlap of customers due to beliefs but I can't see that enough to hold back the silver market and the price.

First of all, who fucking cares about the amorphous concept of "crypto" it hardly even means anything.

Now if you are wanting to say something about bitcoin in relation to gold and silver markets, then spit it out.

Seems to me that bitcoin is already eating the lunch of both gold and silver to the extent that they are used as stores of value and/or financial instruments and likely to continue to eat their lunches.  Of course, bitcoin cannot replace some of the utility that comes from various industrial uses of either of those metals, but how much of that do we care about?  Do you own either of them in terms of trying to store value or as financial instruments?  Why would you choose either of them in comparison to bitcoin.. bitcoin is superior in a lot of ways.

Regarding other cryptos, they are all over the fucking place, so why do we want to even get into trying to analyze where one piece of shit coin might be relative to another.. just does not seem to matter to analyze any of them separately in this thread and then to lump them together and to proclaim that they are anything but overly hyped and overly valued shit seems to be as much analysis to make towards various nonbitcoin crypto as a whole.  

Now if you are going to include bitcoin in such assessment regarding crypto then seems that you are largely devolving into gobbledy-gook speak and muddy thinkenings.  What am I missing?

By the way, if you are trying to make some short term assessments of various PMs compared to bitcoin and you are NOT concluding that bitcoin is the way superior asset, then you are quite likely NOT zoomed out enough.  Which part is not clear?


<snipped a bunch of nonsense>


Could you stop clinging and following me around? Put me on ignore or something, otherwise it feels like stalking.
You see zero value in my posts, I see negative value in yours, both in style and substance.
Let's agree on this and and stop cross posting.

I expect an answer and then I will not directly respond to anything you utter as long as you do the same.

Deal?

No

... Basel III unleashes gold price after 30 years controlled by paper derivatives with 100-1 leverage

thanks for this info, it looks interesting (I was unaware of this somehow).

... check into this then, it's important. Geopolitical problems of 30+ years are coming to a head. The rise of Bitcoin has forced some hands to be sure ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/basel-iii-new-role-gold

Quote
... Like bitcoin or hate it, the latest rally was deeply embarrassing to everyone who’s been skimming the cream off society via the monopolistic monetary system. Their lies were laid bare for all of us to see.

It doesn’t surprise me at all that this week was the week chosen to do the hatchet job on crypto. It was also the week where the plumbing of the financial markets became so thoroughly clogged (see Whalen’s article above) that there was no choice but to demoralize the rubes who thought they would escape the Great Reset.

Everyone must be liquidated to make the world safe for German eugenicists and commies.

So, Basel III is coming to destroy the paper gold markets and destroy the money center banks in New York and London while setting the stage to bail out the euro-zone. Higher gold prices are the answer to all of these things. Think of it this way, in a world where debt assets are failing and new private forms of custodial assets are rising in mindshare, what’s the only real weapon the central banks have to maintain credibility?

Their gold reserves.

How do you, if you are the ECB, use that weapon simultaneously against your two main competitors, the commercial banking interests in New York and London and the nascent crypto anarchists? You deploy your gold and steal everyone’s thunder....

very important subject.
notably developing cryptos create doubts in ECB credibility with its perpetual increasing debts.
so basel 3 ruling introduction could solidify the basis of european banks in re-establishing thruth in gold assets

the problem is that this subject is still being discussed, not yet really implemented? and mainly in europe

another solution(easier ?) for central bankers is to induce a bear market in cryptos, which is currently tried actively.


Does that effect bitcoin?  or how does it relate to dee king daddy?
Holy fuck you must be my wife, taking one thing and turning it into a fucking paragraph of shit I didn't say.

What I said again is I currently don't see crypto (all the fucking cryptos, because guess what this isn't just me or my point of view but all investors and some see altcoins as replacements of store of value) currently in a position that it limits precious metal price.

That's all I'm saying, no need to try and force anything else out of it that's not there.

Tldr; I don't think Bitcoin or any altcoins market is holding down the price of precious metals regardless of how I feel about them.
7  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 23, 2021, 09:19:29 PM
i swear if doge falls to 0.2 i will break my rules and rawdog it

>Edit : on second thought and after taking a step back 0.13 being the likely low before shoulder i will reassess



ok buddy you've had your fun but now you can fuck right off, thanks

posting shitcoin charts is NOT happening here, go away you asshole

like i give a fuck about your opinion lol who do you think you are augustus of moronus

i will not post shitcoin charts allright but u  can still go fuck yourself

these guys i swear you think you're the elite of the world because you own bitcoins haha
I mean i like some altcoins but not doge shit.
8  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 23, 2021, 09:14:15 PM
I wonder if this will effect the Silver market come Monday, lot of speculation that the $2T market cap in crypto kept Silver and Gold down by about 30%
I really don't think the two are linked at all, gold and silver are hedges and crypto is extremely volatile.

There's ideology cross overs but I don't think that's the majority of ownership.

We are not talking about crypto in this thread, so there is that angle too.  

In other words, if I am misreading you, you might want to clarify what you mean, kingcolex.

Dang i'm such a dick sorry guys  Cheesy

Goes without saying that you are a dick, and surely you are not sorry.. You are just saying that you are sorry to be even more of a dick.

Dicks are not sorry for being a dick.  

An alternate theory could be that you are a twat? If you actually happen to be sorry, then twats tend to be sorry for their being a twat (and twats tend to be even more sorry if they had been a dick).
I might just be dumb, what I was saying is I don't think the silver market is tied to crypto in any way and the price of crypto is irrelevant to the price of silver. I think there's some overlap of customers due to beliefs but I can't see that enough to hold back the silver market and the price.
9  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 23, 2021, 04:23:30 PM
Fuck I'm not just buying cheap corn, also a bit of litecoin to trade for some of the more stable alts, they're crashing even harder than Bitcoin, easy to get some good quick returns with how volatile they are.
10  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 23, 2021, 03:23:59 PM
I wonder if this will effect the Silver market come Monday, lot of speculation that the $2T market cap in crypto kept Silver and Gold down by about 30%
I really don't think the two are linked at all, gold and silver are hedges and crypto is extremely volatile.

There's ideology cross overs but I don't think that's the majority of ownership.
11  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 11:09:25 PM
I'm honestly surprised there hasn't been a bounce yet, but I remember that last cycle they dips went on for 3-5 days.
12  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 06:09:22 PM
They really want to tank the price even further isn't it?


I don't for a second buy these "4chan leaks" but this is going to be a self fulfilling thing with a these people panicking there is about to be a massive dump will lead to a bunch dumping.
13  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 04:57:08 PM
OK, this will sound weird, but...

Am I the only one who sees the price dropping and doesn't worry at all? The devil inside me even enjoys it (a little bit) when I read the posts of others worrying. Am I evil? Maybe. But why do I do this? Because I know where we'll be in a few months' time. We'll all be laughing by then, when BTC hits new ATHs and beyond.

In other news, my newbie coiner cousin proves to be a true HoDLer. Y'day I emailed him telling him not to worry about the dip and to not sell his newly bought 0.1 BTC (bought @ $58k). He replied saying "don't worry about it, I see the dip and will raise you by buying moar!" WTF? Is he a poker player and I didn't know? That's the spirit.

Don't worry WOers. Don't act like weaklings. We don't need no freaking musky husky tweets to push us upwards. The network will take care of itself, and if it doesn't, it's the network's weakness. There will always be Musks and Chinas. What's needed is not for them to disappear (they won't), but for the network to be able to deal with them (and it is).

End of 2021: $80k-$100k

Do what you must. I ain't sellin' a single sat.
I think for most of us this isn't our first rodeo and the thought Bitcoin is going to zero isn't a realistic idea. I don't think there is much panic here but Lord help the common man or the new traders, the panic selling will be brutal.
14  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 04:18:27 PM
Now chartbuddy is back on track.
15  Economy / Speculation / Re: Automated posting on: May 21, 2021, 04:04:07 PM
How is it so off to kucoin usdt ? I have 36,000 on there a few hundred spread makes sense but 6,000 is a bit more.
16  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 04:02:36 PM
Just filling one of these out guys



On the education line Other put a link to this thread.
That way the manager who got hired from the last crash will recognize you.
17  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 03:35:33 PM
I know it's not popular but I'm pretty fucking bearish right now, I feel like we will have lots of dips with back ups with lower highs and then the occasional drop.

Who cares if it is popular or not?

What you going to do about your own feelings?


Not sure what you mean, I don't care, I'm just saying I know I'll probably get shit for it but it's what I'm reading the market as. What I will do about my feelings is act on them, I'm putting Buy orders for flash crashes and buying dips while putting sell orders a little below the previous recovery highs while selling 90% of what I bought off the dips, that way gaining more corn over time.
18  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 03:29:25 PM
Just opens a market for local bitcoins like deal, such a stupid fucking thing.
19  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 01:08:10 PM
He lost all goodwill with me when he pushed Doge and had people believing in that shitcoin.
20  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: May 21, 2021, 10:53:11 AM
all bitcoin needs is one good word from Elon, someone buy him a doge t-shirt to say good things about bitcoin, i'm sure we can bribe a 150 billions guy  Grin

But seriously crypto is so fragile that a single guy can say a bad thing to buy lower and a good thing to sell higher, it's laughable after all these years.
I really don't think it was Elon per say, I think the market was so unstable and on a wild high that anything from anyone that was any sort of an indicator was going to move it down.

But still, fuck Elon.
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