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May 24, 2017, 04:39:56 PM

You guys are so rich now. It's embarrassing. I hope you're giving to the poor. Angry

i have to walk to the local bank on a daily basis (part of my job). there are beggars sitting on the sidewalks. i always gave them change. since december, when price rise started to accelerate i decided to give em more as long as bitcoin is rising. not long ago i had to start handing out € 5 notes which raised some eyebrows. last week i switched to € 10 notes. they must really wonder what kind of freak i am, because next week i will start with € 20 bills and if this sucker keeps rising there are still € 50 and € 100 bills. not sure what price level must be reached until i pull out the € 500 bill. but i am commited.   Cool
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May 24, 2017, 04:42:41 PM

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bithumb/

According to this one of the largest Korean exchanges has suspended withdrawals. Can anyone shed some light on this?
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May 24, 2017, 04:53:25 PM

You guys are so rich now. It's embarrassing. I hope you're giving to the poor. Angry

i have to walk to the local bank on a daily basis (part of my job). there are beggars sitting on the sidewalks. i always gave them change. since december, when price rise started to accelerate i decided to give em more as long as bitcoin is rising. not long ago i had to start handing out € 5 notes which raised some eyebrows. last week i switched to € 10 notes. they must really wonder what kind of freak i am, because next week i will start with € 20 bills and if this sucker keeps rising there are still € 50 and € 100 bills. not sure what price level must be reached until i pull out the € 500 bill. but i am commited.   Cool

respect!
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May 24, 2017, 04:55:12 PM

You guys are so rich now. It's embarrassing. I hope you're giving to the poor. Angry

this is why it's going to $5000!!=>>> we are BTC occupy!! * news coming Cool weeeeeeee #banksy
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May 24, 2017, 04:56:45 PM

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bithumb/

According to this one of the largest Korean exchanges has suspended withdrawals. Can anyone shed some light on this?

demand was too great they ran outta coins!!! Shocked  lmfao
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May 24, 2017, 04:56:53 PM

You guys are so rich now. It's embarrassing. I hope you're giving to the poor. Angry

i have to walk to the local bank on a daily basis (part of my job). there are beggars sitting on the sidewalks. i always gave them change. since december, when price rise started to accelerate i decided to give em more as long as bitcoin is rising. not long ago i had to start handing out € 5 notes which raised some eyebrows. last week i switched to € 10 notes. they must really wonder what kind of freak i am, because next week i will start with € 20 bills and if this sucker keeps rising there are still € 50 and € 100 bills. not sure what price level must be reached until i pull out the € 500 bill. but i am commited.   Cool

Good lord! How many BTC you have? Nah, forget the question. I hope you are already converting some of your profits to FIAT (or you already have enough FIAT/Real estate just in case shit happens) if you have already reached your "richness" factor.

Congrats!
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May 24, 2017, 04:58:38 PM

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bithumb/

According to this one of the largest Korean exchanges has suspended withdrawals. Can anyone shed some light on this?

demand was too great they ran outta coins!!! Shocked  lmfao

So you mean they already sold OUR coins to cover the demand?
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May 24, 2017, 05:00:36 PM

My latest purchase I just received this morning. I think it is appropiate, in this times we are living, to remember some things from the recent (2007-2009) past.




 Ha!  It resembles Monopolytm money Wink


Yep, but they are authentic and were issued with a very little time difference. The 1 zim dollar is from 2007, and the 10 trillion one is from 2008. Awesome, isn't it?

That's some FIAT inflation.


They changed it into $2 ''bond note'' and the party will go on and on  Undecided



Uhhh, I don't know if that $2 bond is more valuable or not.... but it doesn't remotely have the coolness factor of my 10 trillion dollars bank note Smiley
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May 24, 2017, 05:09:25 PM

Anyone know (or have links to) discussion about why Bitfinex price, after for so long with fiat payment troubles causing an above-market exchange rate, is now lower than Stamp's?
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May 24, 2017, 05:11:12 PM

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bithumb/

According to this one of the largest Korean exchanges has suspended withdrawals. Can anyone shed some light on this?

demand was too great they ran outta coins!!! Shocked  lmfao

So you mean they already sold OUR coins to cover the demand?



polo too go buy coins there the servers are "lagging" behind demand lmfao Cool bwaaahahaha
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May 24, 2017, 05:11:36 PM

My latest purchase I just received this morning. I think it is appropiate, in this times we are living, to remember some things from the recent (2007-2009) past.




 Ha!  It resembles Monopolytm money Wink


Yep, but they are authentic and were issued with a very little time difference. The 1 zim dollar is from 2007, and the 10 trillion one is from 2008. Awesome, isn't it?

That's some FIAT inflation.


They changed it into $2 ''bond note'' and the party will go on and on  Undecided



Uhhh, I don't know if that $2 bond is more valuable or not.... but it doesn't remotely have the coolness factor of my 10 trillion dollars bank note Smiley


The picture of the rocks on those notes slightly resembles a turd! Probably would have been more appropriate to use a turd anyway!
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May 24, 2017, 05:14:44 PM

You guys are so rich now. It's embarrassing. I hope you're giving to the poor. Angry

i have to walk to the local bank on a daily basis (part of my job). there are beggars sitting on the sidewalks. i always gave them change. since december, when price rise started to accelerate i decided to give em more as long as bitcoin is rising. not long ago i had to start handing out € 5 notes which raised some eyebrows. last week i switched to € 10 notes. they must really wonder what kind of freak i am, because next week i will start with € 20 bills and if this sucker keeps rising there are still € 50 and € 100 bills. not sure what price level must be reached until i pull out the € 500 bill. but i am commited.   Cool

Yeah, been tipping 20-30% these last few weeks. Feels good. Spread the love!
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May 24, 2017, 05:25:19 PM

http://www.badmovies.org/movies/heavymetal2k/heavymetal2k6.jpg

$2420===> blaze it stoners * fling rock stone = $2500zzz..tbc*  Grin  weeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Either someone has a weird sense of humour or google translate is a bitch
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https://www.bithumb.com/u1/US138
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May 24, 2017, 05:40:34 PM

Anyone know (or have links to) discussion about why Bitfinex price, after for so long with fiat payment troubles causing an above-market exchange rate, is now lower than Stamp's?

Not got any links but I assume it's because of a lack of fiat at the exchange, no fiat -> no buyers, and it doesn't look like there is an Arb yet for buying Alts elsewhere moving them to finex and switching to BTC so the exchange is stagnating.
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May 24, 2017, 05:46:27 PM

Anyone know (or have links to) discussion about why Bitfinex price, after for so long with fiat payment troubles causing an above-market exchange rate, is now lower than Stamp's?

Not got any links but I assume it's because of a lack of fiat at the exchange, no fiat -> no buyers, and it doesn't look like there is an Arb yet for buying Alts elsewhere moving them to finex and switching to BTC so the exchange is stagnating.

bitcoin moves faster than fiat bruh * keep calm go buying BTC Cool  no down only uppppp+

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May 24, 2017, 05:47:20 PM

You guys are so rich now. It's embarrassing. I hope you're giving to the poor. Angry

i have to walk to the local bank on a daily basis (part of my job). there are beggars sitting on the sidewalks. i always gave them change. since december, when price rise started to accelerate i decided to give em more as long as bitcoin is rising. not long ago i had to start handing out € 5 notes which raised some eyebrows. last week i switched to € 10 notes. they must really wonder what kind of freak i am, because next week i will start with € 20 bills and if this sucker keeps rising there are still € 50 and € 100 bills. not sure what price level must be reached until i pull out the € 500 bill. but i am commited.   Cool

Good lord! How many BTC you have? Nah, forget the question. I hope you are already converting some of your profits to FIAT (or you already have enough FIAT/Real estate just in case shit happens) if you have already reached your "richness" factor.

Congrats!
It would be a better choice to convert profits into gold instead.  If you don't need to spend it yet, the only thing you should convert to is something else that's stable and has a limited supply.

Trading is fine but IMO when you're withdrawing significant amounts, spending or going for gold are usually better choices.
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May 24, 2017, 05:51:45 PM

It would be a better choice to convert profits into gold instead.  Wink
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May 24, 2017, 05:55:39 PM

It would be a better choice to convert profits into gold instead.  Wink

Sod that. It would just sit there doing nothing while you slowly grew to resent it. I've read of people on here who spent 10-50 BTC on one poxy ounce.
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 Undecided no, i don't think so ...
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