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Question: Next Bubble Top (resulting in a new ATH):
Will never reach a new ATH - 4 (5.3%)
$20,000-$49,999 - 13 (17.1%)
$50,000-$99,999 - 20 (26.3%)
$100,000-$149,999 - 17 (22.4%)
$150,000-$199,999 - 7 (9.2%)
$200,000-$249,999 - 4 (5.3%)
$250,000-$299,999 - 1 (1.3%)
$300,000-$350,000 - 1 (1.3%)
>$350,000 - 9 (11.8%)
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June 10, 2017, 01:05:23 AM

nope ...

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June 10, 2017, 01:15:49 AM

Haha, litecoin's hashrate about to take a mega dive. What a shock.

sauce?
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).
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June 10, 2017, 01:36:45 AM

Haha, litecoin's hashrate about to take a mega dive. What a shock.

sauce?

https://bitcoinwisdom.com/litecoin/difficulty
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Does it look similar?

(the upper chart is the start of the bubble to $266)
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

Thanks. That's food for thought.
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Thanks.
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.

You live in South America and have to ask others about signs of bad things. You should see them daily, if not in a bubble
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.

You live in South America and have to ask others about signs of bad things. You should see them daily, if not in a bubble

Sorry, my question was directed to Elwar, who I consider a world-citizen, and I'd like, as stated, a foreigner view. I do see all of them and I have my opinion about the subject.
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.

You live in South America and have to ask others about signs of bad things. You should see them daily, if not in a bubble

Sorry, my question was directed to Elwar, who I consider a world-citizen, and I'd like, as stated, a foreigner view. I do see all of them and I have my opinion about the subject.


We are all "foreigners," and we are all "world citizens."   Tongue
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June 10, 2017, 02:45:50 AM

Just as a little reality check here: I was looking at a top of the line Wilesco steam engine to run my lathe here at the house. 2200 Euros. Fair bit of money, but when I did a calculation I found that was only .82 bitcoins.

I thought I screwed up the calculations somehow then remembered that money is worthless compared to bitcoins.

Hm. For less than a single bitcoin I can get this....



Wow.
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.

You live in South America and have to ask others about signs of bad things. You should see them daily, if not in a bubble

Sorry, my question was directed to Elwar, who I consider a world-citizen, and I'd like, as stated, a foreigner view. I do see all of them and I have my opinion about the subject.


We are all "foreigners," and we are all "world citizens."   Tongue

Then you just forgot describing your opinion.
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My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.

You live in South America and have to ask others about signs of bad things. You should see them daily, if not in a bubble

Sorry, my question was directed to Elwar, who I consider a world-citizen, and I'd like, as stated, a foreigner view. I do see all of them and I have my opinion about the subject.


We are all "foreigners," and we are all "world citizens."   Tongue

I´m a "world citizen" Yeih, me too ! Definitely. I belong to nowhere and everywhere.
And as a "foreigner" you´re always welcome. I love it !



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I´m a "world citizen" Yeih, me too ! Definitely. I belong to nowhere and everywhere.
And as a "foreigner" you´re always welcome. I love it !


It's going outta focus.
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June 10, 2017, 03:14:55 AM

Just as a little reality check here: I was looking at a top of the line Wilesco steam engine to run my lathe here at the house. 2200 Euros. Fair bit of money, but when I did a calculation I found that was only .82 bitcoins.

I thought I screwed up the calculations somehow then remembered that money is worthless compared to bitcoins.

Hm. For less than a single bitcoin I can get this....



Wow.

"Sure, but can a Lambo do this?"

*Lightfoot begins to lathe


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June 10, 2017, 03:18:24 AM

I love the steam engine, very neat but looks so small to provide torque.  Lathe to carve wood ?


The price is going sideways, looks positive.   Kraken met the top of the channel, found a ceiling with lows matching 2500 or so its almost too positive it seems.  I drew the channel very broadly compared to present range and its only seen the bottom end of May, I guess it wont repeat till pushed.  A good target to scare but remain bullish would be 2300, if it blipped to that and back up I'd aim to be confident.   Bitstamp following an uptrend for the last month and Huobi is sideways tackling June prices at this level but only after it had confirmed the previous pullback downtrend line which is very neat
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June 10, 2017, 03:32:57 AM


My shtf plan is mobility. First sign of bad things coming and I find my next country to live in. And they all take bitcoin.

What do you call a sign of bad things?

That is likely a per-country call. I live in South Korea so the first confrontation between North Korea/South Korea(US) that is likely to trigger a war will be followed by my logging into cheapair.com and find the first flight out of here.

If I was in the US, things like passing laws that would likely trigger an event or the debt bubble finally pops, or something happens where energy is disrupted. Any war with Russia or any country who can actually hit things with their bombs is an exit event.

Though my line in the sand that made me leave the US was the tax on being alive (Obamacare).

As a foreigner, may I ask your opinion about South America? Related to signs of bad things.

There are several South American countries. A 1000+% inflation rate is a good exit sign. If I lived in Venezuela and could leave I would.
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June 10, 2017, 03:43:09 AM

Look at Bitcoin's chart for the last two years and tell me how it could possibly be any MORE bullish.

If Bitcoin had not abdicated its role as instant, cheap, uncensorable money, it would have a market cap approaching $100B. Which would make each XBT ~= $5600.

That would be more bullish.

duh.
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June 10, 2017, 04:00:56 AM

And if such a theoretical solution ends up working so greatly, then why would it not be implemented into bitcoin.

Perhaps because Bitcoin progress is so broken that we can't even change a simple constant.
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