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January 29, 2017, 08:38:32 PM
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It should be obvious.  But as usual, I'll clue you plebs in. 
 
 
 
Don't be a cuck.  Go 950% margin long now, or you'll probably end up FOMO'ing into this at fifty times the price. 
 
 

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January 29, 2017, 08:58:07 PM
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It should be obvious.  But as usual, I'll clue you plebs in.  
  
 
  
Don't be a cuck.  Go 950% margin long now, or you'll probably end up FOMO'ing into this at fifty times the price.  
  
  

This guy beat me to the punch. Why would you buy other alts when you can buy Pepecash? Be alpha.
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January 29, 2017, 10:28:38 PM
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it seems like bitcoin price is finally becoming stable again.
No. No. NAW!!  Bitcoin ain't nowheres near stable, it's jist stag-a-natin' fo' the time bein'.  An' these shit coins is jist takin' a break on they way to ZERO.  Y'all invest in them, you is a sucka.
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January 30, 2017, 01:53:47 AM
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doens't matter, because always a random coin that no one have heard about and might never hear again will appear from nowhere and gain some 1000%'s in few days, much more than any of the more established  coins

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January 30, 2017, 02:39:43 AM
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We know SegWit doesn't mean anything right now. Just a fake hype. But it's back to the previous way.
The dev has been hoping a lot with it.

that is how 99% of the altcoins work. a fake hype and then a pump. take a look at the history of each altcoin and you will see that.

only bitcoin grows because of adoption in addition to hype from time to time.


With the lack of the miner's support and LTC SegWit will die ASAP. And i don't see anything was running before in SegWit signaling on LTC.

Totally fake. Their SegWit implementation is seriously no sense in all of the points.

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