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October 30, 2015, 11:28:18 PM
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https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3c72bk/uk_banks_ignore_kyc_makes_london_biggest_money/

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October 31, 2015, 01:02:20 AM
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Except for the little guy.  The BIG FISH are always exempt from "rules".  If/when they try to ban cash, it will not matter for TPTB, and you can take that to the bank.

HSBC is well known in banking circles for being the world's dirtiest (large) bank.  Alas for my family, our bank is partly dependent on HSBC for some asset custody, which burns me to no end.
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October 31, 2015, 02:07:07 AM
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Except for the little guy.  The BIG FISH are always exempt from "rules".  If/when they try to ban cash, it will not matter for TPTB, and you can take that to the bank.

HSBC is well known in banking circles for being the world's dirtiest (large) bank.  Alas for my family, our bank is partly dependent on HSBC for some asset custody, which burns me to no end.


after all, hsbc was the original silk road bank for some time.. ^^
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October 31, 2015, 02:58:37 AM
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What's most fucked up us we are here worried about this petty bullshit, yet members of Congress openly engage in the highest forms of insider trading and then flaunt their 'untouchable' status. 
 
The Oligarchy is official. 
 
http://www.activistpost.com/2015/10/12-days-before-08-crash-congress-was-secretly-told-to-sell-off-their-stocks.html

Great link. Not surprised.
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November 02, 2015, 07:20:57 PM
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GreenCoinX Inc, which is the developer of the world’s first identifiable cryptocurrency ‘GreenCoinX’, has announced that it is going to start its operations in the Isle of Man as it has been welcomed by its government.

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With "Green", they even build on the environmentalism, man-made global warming delusion to try to get people to accept this 666 enslavement.

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"We are coming up with the first identifiable block-chain which will identify all information about a person depending upon the requirement for each country," said Doctor, chief executive and president of GreenCoinX. He said KYC (Know Your Customer) information will be put on the block-chain, which will be able to collect taxes at transaction level and also restrict country specific transfers.

Read more at:
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/49622670.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

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November 02, 2015, 10:18:19 PM
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I read about some kind of Ponzi scheme going on in The Philippines called something like "MMM", and spread around by YouTube videos (weird, I know).

Is there something like this going on over there?  You're the best one I know offhand to report on this.

BTC was at $360 (up almost 10% just today).  Maybe time to spend some...?
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November 03, 2015, 09:35:28 AM
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http://mobile.wnd.com/2015/11/u-n-tribunal-to-judge-u-s-for-climate-debt/
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November 03, 2015, 12:57:02 PM
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TPTB

I read about some kind of Ponzi scheme going on in The Philippines called something like "MMM", and spread around by YouTube videos (weird, I know).

Is there something like this going on over there?  You're the best one I know offhand to report on this.

BTC was at $360 (up almost 10% just today).  Maybe time to spend some...?

TPTB is probably wondering how could he get so wrong his prediction about the $100 Bitcoin price which according to him will follow the early summer $300 price. Instead of the price is $390.00.
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November 03, 2015, 05:03:57 PM
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TPTB

I read about some kind of Ponzi scheme going on in The Philippines called something like "MMM", and spread around by YouTube videos (weird, I know).

Is there something like this going on over there?  You're the best one I know offhand to report on this.

BTC was at $360 (up almost 10% just today).  Maybe time to spend some...?

I dont think a ponzi scheme can gather 1.5 billion $.

The capital is coming from chinese investors/ miners/ speculators due to the capital controls imposed.

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November 03, 2015, 06:09:39 PM
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TPTB is probably wondering how could he get so wrong his prediction about the $100 Bitcoin price which according to him will follow the early summer $300 price. Instead of the price is $390.00.

 
 
Even americanpegasus is wrong sometimes.  I'm sure TPTB can make mistakes too.   Wink 
 
9/10 ain't bad.

Account is back under control of the real AmericanPegasus.
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November 03, 2015, 06:29:36 PM
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TPTB is probably wondering how could he get so wrong his prediction about the $100 Bitcoin price which according to him will follow the early summer $300 price. Instead of the price is $390.00.

 
 
Even americanpegasus is wrong sometimes.  I'm sure TPTB can make mistakes too.   Wink 
 
9/10 ain't bad.


That's right.  I would not have predicted that BTC would pass $400 in November.  Correct prediction is very, very hard.

But, the BTC price could (I hope not, but could) fall back to $300 (or lower)...  If it does fall to, say, $200, that might be yet another buying opportunity.  Probably would be!  Who the hell knows?
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November 03, 2015, 10:51:00 PM
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http://www.armstrongeconomics.com/archives/37383

I would not be so smug guys, we have entered a period of chaos and my advice would be to take profits wherever it is possible to do so.
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November 03, 2015, 10:59:31 PM
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+ $55,000 trollercoaster

NO ONE knows what is going to happen, re BTC and in most things.  We can make educated guesses, and even make decent guesses re probabilities, but no one knows.

BTC is wildly volatile (and that is part of its charm), selling some after a huge run-up is just smart.  Gold is a good place for some BTC profits.  But, the move in BTC may have only begun, but who knows?
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November 03, 2015, 11:30:00 PM
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-03/worst-refugee-crisis-world-war-ii-one-stunning-infographic
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November 04, 2015, 03:25:30 AM
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+ $55,000 trollercoaster

NO ONE knows what is going to happen, re BTC and in most things.  We can make educated guesses, and even make decent guesses re probabilities, but no one knows.

BTC is wildly volatile (and that is part of its charm), selling some after a huge run-up is just smart.  Gold is a good place for some BTC profits.  But, the move in BTC may have only begun, but who knows?

I think BTC will stabilize. We could see a correction but who knows.

I personally dont think we will get back to 150$ again. But this is just a mania, it makes me sell my bitcoins, but I wont because I believe in the community!

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November 04, 2015, 04:02:11 AM
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+ $55,000 trollercoaster

NO ONE knows what is going to happen, re BTC and in most things.  We can make educated guesses, and even make decent guesses re probabilities, but no one knows.

BTC is wildly volatile (and that is part of its charm), selling some after a huge run-up is just smart.  Gold is a good place for some BTC profits.  But, the move in BTC may have only begun, but who knows?

Yep, who can know in a world where so much is connected. No one knows how BTC will perform in a chaotic downturn - will it sink with everything else, be less affected due to its outside-of-govt status or destroy itself?
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November 04, 2015, 10:49:22 AM
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I read about some kind of Ponzi scheme going on in The Philippines called something like "MMM", and spread around by YouTube videos (weird, I know).

Is there something like this going on over there?  You're the best one I know offhand to report on this.

BTC was at $360 (up almost 10% just today).  Maybe time to spend some...?

TPTB is probably wondering how could he get so wrong his prediction about the $100 Bitcoin price which according to him will follow the early summer $300 price. Instead of the price is $390.00.

Except it again proceeded exactly to my prediction of a bounce up to the $380 - $440 range:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1082909.msg12880333#msg12880333

I have no idea how you people manage to ignore the details of my predictions and then go spouting off slander when I am not around to read it. Luckily I came back here to set the record straight.

This past May I predicted the rise to $315 (exactly!) and then a fall down again. I have maintained that Bitcoin will make final lower lows (< $150) roughly on target with Armstrong's benchmark targets for gold, which is in the Spring of 2016.

You will even find where I have been predicting a bounce in Bitcoin since August or so, when gold started to bounce. I can't fathom how you forgot that?

Nothing has changed, except if Bitcoin moves higher into the $500s, then the technicals I was using to target a $380 - $440 bull trap bounce would be wrong. But that doesn't necessary change anything about the < $150 low coming.

Btw, I am selling as fast as I can now!

Let's see who gets the last laugh on this one.

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TPTB

I read about some kind of Ponzi scheme going on in The Philippines called something like "MMM", and spread around by YouTube videos (weird, I know).

Is there something like this going on over there?  You're the best one I know offhand to report on this.

BTC was at $360 (up almost 10% just today).  Maybe time to spend some...?

TPTB is probably wondering how could he get so wrong his prediction about the $100 Bitcoin price which according to him will follow the early summer $300 price. Instead of the price is $390.00.

I have no idea how you people manage to ignore the details of my predictions and then go spouting off slander when I am not around to read it. Luckily I came back here to set the record straight.


Hmmmm ... "you people" ... "spouting" ... behind your back, when you are not around. Can't you be civil when someone points out your mistakes? Your ego is so big there is no room left for some honesty to admit your mistakes. In this case when it would be enough to say: I am sorry, I was wrong about the BTC price with my shitty predictions and investment advices.

After a 5 minutes lookup here are a few posts of yours from klee's thread



Everyone should have been short since $315 which is what I said first. And I should have stuck to that. Predicting the short-term moves is going to get you stopped out and you'll miss the entire decline.

We are clearly in a crash mode still for BTC. Yes it could rally back up to $325 near-term, but no later than Spring 2016 the price will go below $150 again.

I sold all BTC to fiat at $315. I have not repurchased.

Volatility is skyrocketing (see the dire MA blog posts linked below). Gold making its perhaps last lower high, because the crash below $1000. Consider this bounce for BTC as a last chance to head for the exits before all hell breaks loose. Sure maybe we make a nosebleed run for $300 again, but who wants to risk being long now?

Gold may rally up to $1188, so there is still a chance BTC can make one more moonshot to $300s before the inevitable decline...



So you may want to go long again BTC for another rally up to the long-term trend line at $325±10 before we go short again for the collapse down to double digits



With regards to the price of these weeks/months, you have clearly expected no higher price than $325 +-10 for Bitcoin and then according to you should come "the inevitable decline" to double digits, which decline according to you will be completed by spring 2016. Lets not be worry about that spring 2016 prediction, you might get it right or might not. What I am saying is, you were simply wrong as you categorically said there will be a decline to double digits following the early summer rally of $315. However, as we speak the current price is $475.00 on Bitstamp ... rather than "all hell breaks loose".

I hope nobody has listened to your investment advices by shorting from $250 or selling at $250 when you were banging on everywhere on this forum how great your predictions are (at the time when you got right the $315 top).

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November 04, 2015, 01:41:26 PM
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...This past May I predicted the rise to $315 (exactly!) and then a fall down again. I have maintained that Bitcoin will make final lower lows (< $150) roughly on target with Armstrong's benchmark targets for gold, which is in the Spring of 2016.

You will even find where I have been predicting a bounce in Bitcoin since August or so, when gold started to bounce. I can't fathom how you forgot that?

Nothing has changed, except if Bitcoin moves higher into the $500s, then the technicals I was using to target a $380 - $440 bull trap bounce would be wrong. But that doesn't necessary change anything about the < $150 low coming.

Btw, I am selling as fast as I can now!

Let's see who gets the last laugh on this one.

I concur that you predicted $315 in May and that you believed there was the possibility of it going to $440. I sold at the July high at around £315, playing safe that I wouldn't lose out if it never met that figure again before the drop, instead of risking hanging on for the possible $380-$440. OK, I was wrong! Hope I won't be again in not buying during then last few days on the rise to $500 plus? (currently $495). Academic for me as out of the game.
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November 04, 2015, 05:57:06 PM
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Damn my prediction came true, very sharp:

Ok here are my predictions:

60% probability: Bitcoin will reach 400$ before 2016
85% probability: Bitcoin will reach 500$ before next halving
90% probability: Bitcoin will reach 700$ before 2017
20% probability: Bitcoin will reach 5000$ before 2017

There are my predictions, this thread wont be edited, so let's see if my predictions come true Cheesy

Now lets see if we can hit 500$.


I wonder how the elite think about bitcoin's rise in price?

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