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Question: When will we see a new ATH? (Credit to: Biodom)
2019 - 14 (8.6%)
Early 2020 - 35 (21.6%)
Late 2020 - 50 (30.9%)
Early 2021 - 14 (8.6%)
Late 2021 - 26 (16%)
2022 - 4 (2.5%)
2023 - 0 (0%)
2024 - 4 (2.5%)
After 2024 - 3 (1.9%)
Never - 12 (7.4%)
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January 07, 2015, 09:16:22 PM

I know ya'll jealous. Here's a tip. Invest less money in stupid pump and dump schemes, use more money on real investments, and get out of your mom's basement and learn about useful stuff (ie. not the blockchain). You too can meet girls and maybe one day even build some wealth!
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January 07, 2015, 09:16:33 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.

Invest in low cost index funds, just as Mr. Buffet recommends. But of course, Warren Buffet is an idiot and doesn't know anything about money, according to this forum.  Cheesy Cheesy

Of course Mr Buffett the billionaire speaks wise words of investment wisdom, but I wondered specifically which named low cost index funds you are invested / would invest in. Or business sector you would invest in.

Most contributors to this forum would at a guess would have the bulk of their investments in real markets and companies as you say with a smaller but high risk punt on Bitcoin and possibly other unusual opportunities.

riiiising
Still awaiting with baited breath your answer on your specific recomendation on a good investment for this week.
But Of course you dont have any investments whatsoever. Not even one bitcoin.
by friday you will have earnt another $2.50 at 50c a day from your master for your part time trolling efforts interspersed with jerking off in the remainder of your spare time.
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January 07, 2015, 09:18:55 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.

Invest in low cost index funds, just as Mr. Buffet recommends. But of course, Warren Buffet is an idiot and doesn't know anything about money, according to this forum.  Cheesy Cheesy

Of course Mr Buffett the billionaire speaks wise words of investment wisdom, but I wondered specifically which named low cost index funds you are invested / would invest in. Or business sector you would invest in.

Most contributors to this forum would at a guess would have the bulk of their investments in real markets and companies as you say with a smaller but high risk punt on Bitcoin and possibly other unusual opportunities.

riiiising
Still awaiting with baited breath your answer on your specific recomendation on a good investment for this week.
But Of course you dont have any investments whatsoever. Not even one bitcoin.
by friday you will have earnt another $2.50 at 50c a day from your master for your part time trolling efforts interspersed with jerking off in the remainder of your spare time.

As I told you, invest in low cost index funds and stay away from pump and dump schemes like bitcoin. There's no big secret to building wealth, it just takes patience and some hard work... ie, opposite of the dreams of every get rich quick bitcoin simpleton.
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As I told you, invest in low cost index funds and stay away from pump and dump schemes like bitcoin. There's no big secret to building wealth, it just takes patience and some hard work... ie, opposite of the dreams of every get rich quick bitcoin simpleton.

curious to know would you still promote low cost index funds and stay away from pump and dump schemes like bitcoin if bitcoin was at a new ath or even as of the last ath.

just curious to know
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January 07, 2015, 09:26:26 PM

Total sum of active swaps: 23,828.11 BTC. Atleast we have some fuel to get back over 300$.

What do you use to track this #?
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January 07, 2015, 09:28:02 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.

Invest in low cost index funds, just as Mr. Buffet recommends. But of course, Warren Buffet is an idiot and doesn't know anything about money, according to this forum.  Cheesy Cheesy

Of course Mr Buffett the billionaire speaks wise words of investment wisdom, but I wondered specifically which named low cost index funds you are invested / would invest in. Or business sector you would invest in.

Most contributors to this forum would at a guess would have the bulk of their investments in real markets and companies as you say with a smaller but high risk punt on Bitcoin and possibly other unusual opportunities.

riiiising
Still awaiting with baited breath your answer on your specific recomendation on a good investment for this week.
But Of course you dont have any investments whatsoever. Not even one bitcoin.
by friday you will have earnt another $2.50 at 50c a day from your master for your part time trolling efforts interspersed with jerking off in the remainder of your spare time.

As I told you, invest in low cost index funds and stay away from pump and dump schemes like bitcoin. There's no big secret to building wealth, it just takes patience and some hard work... ie, opposite of the dreams of every get rich quick bitcoin simpleton.

Thats not the correct answer but of course excellent advice.
You are supposed to call me hurtful names or ridicule me in some way. Especially knowing I am a fuckwit loser with bitstamp owing me 3 bitcoin.
You sir are indeed an absolutely first class professional troll.
BTW whatever can be said about Bitstamp and their motley crew doesnt apply to Slovenia which is a beautiful modern country with some of the hottest women on earth (I'm serious) go there check it out.
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January 07, 2015, 09:29:28 PM

After bitcoin hits 50k I am taking a trip to slovenia to meet some of these hot women.. Smiley
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January 07, 2015, 09:33:49 PM

Really seems like someone has stocked up a ton of btc swaps without actually selling
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January 07, 2015, 09:36:18 PM

After bitcoin hits 50k I am taking a trip to slovenia to meet some of these hot women.. Smiley

You wont be disappointed.
By European and USA standards its quite a cheap country to visit too so you may be able to go there long before Bitcoin is whatever amounts of K's
There thats my trolling plug for the Slovenian tourist board done.

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January 07, 2015, 09:39:42 PM


As I told you, invest in low cost index funds and stay away from pump and dump schemes like bitcoin. There's no big secret to building wealth, it just takes patience and some hard work... ie, opposite of the dreams of every get rich quick bitcoin simpleton.

curious to know would you still promote low cost index funds and stay away from pump and dump schemes like bitcoin if bitcoin was at a new ath or even as of the last ath.

just curious to know

My opinion would change if there was a valid use case scenario developed for bitcoin, other than drugs or online gambling. Since none are emerging, any market movements we see from this point out are just moments of irrational exuberance by bit-tards and small pauses on the way down to zero. So no, there will be no further ATH. We're essentially a large pump and dump scheme at this point, so avoid any false hopes.

If you must invest any, I wouldn't put any more in than I'd spend at the casino in one night, because odds are you will lose all or most of it. The way things are moving now, you'd be lucky if there is still a legitimate exchange around next year that will cash out your bitcoin for you. Until 2013 , there was at least positive momentum behind bitcoin so you could kind of make a case for investment. Merchant adoption was just beginning, etc. But now it's clear that consumers aren't interested, and recent hacks and the 80% drop in value shows what a terrible store of value it is.

So essentially, it's useless unless some miracle application arises (and there are no signs at all that this will happen so investing now is no better than a degenerate form of gambling).
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January 07, 2015, 09:40:30 PM

When the pump is over
Turn out the lights
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January 07, 2015, 09:41:37 PM

ok here comes my theory about the last 24 hours.

1) Pantera decided that stamp "hack" is actually a really serious blow.

-> losing the faith of stamp users + bad PR (bad security/incompetence)

2) Pantera demand stamp to correct the situation asap

-> stamp didnt accept the demand (for whatever reason)

3) Pantera threatens to cut all ties to stamp if they dont accept the demand

-> removing dan morehead from bitstamp

4) stamp got scared and are now buying btc


i could get a oscar for this right?

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January 07, 2015, 09:42:53 PM

When the pump is over
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Pretend, for a moment, that you are heavily invested in bitcoin. Give me an example of a post you would make.
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January 07, 2015, 09:43:20 PM

Again, i don't want to jump to conclusions but..

"Nejc Kodrič

We are fully rebuilding our systems from the ground up so that customers can use @Bitstamp with full confidence and trust." - Cough Cough! We are not opening in 24 hours

"Our temporary website didn't feel quite like home - so we gave it a little refresh while we work on restoring full services." - Ugh, we fucked up. Pantera Capital left our asses. Let's feed these peasants some irrelevant updates to boost their confidence.


LMFAO... these messages look almost copy-pasted from Moolah's twitter "https://twitter.com/moolah_io" (the comments from 25 september till november are hilarious)... and you know what happened with that fat fuck Ryan Gentle, aka Ryan Kennedy, aka Alex Green. He/They were posting twitter updates every 2-6 hours with bullshit countdowns and fake platform migration stories till everyone accepted their losses peacefully.
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January 07, 2015, 09:43:46 PM

Really seems like someone has stocked up a ton of btc swaps without actually selling

Possible. Could be hammer time, or retail expecting a push too far.. Wink
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January 07, 2015, 09:45:14 PM

I know ya'll jealous. Here's a tip. Invest less money in stupid pump and dump schemes, use more money on real investments, and get out of your mom's basement and learn about useful stuff (ie. not the blockchain). You too can meet girls and maybe one day even build some wealth!

How much did you invest in your hot Japanese girlfriend?  Cheesy
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January 07, 2015, 09:46:26 PM

After bitcoin hits 50k I am taking a trip to slovenia to meet some of these hot women.. Smiley

You wont be disappointed.
By European and USA standards its quite a cheap country to visit too so you may be able to go there long before Bitcoin is whatever amounts of K's
There thats my trolling plug for the Slovenian tourist board done.



could it be someone has borrowed all the btc so no one else can which makes it much easier to pump btc cos no one can borrow and dump?
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January 07, 2015, 09:47:25 PM

How is the pump and dump going?
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January 07, 2015, 09:49:11 PM

How is the pump and dump going?

We've been waiting for you sir. Do you have an alarm that notifies you when price is down > 3% from the recent top?Cheesy
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January 07, 2015, 09:50:16 PM

Total sum of active swaps: 23,828.11 BTC. Atleast we have some fuel to get back over 300$.

What do you use to track this #?

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