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I see a reverse H+S pattern building on the 6H, resistance at $2400.

That's what they want you to see. They're really good at painting that tape, lol.   Grin
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July 20, 2017, 02:31:10 AM


That effectively translates to "coinbase will confiscate your BTC" (on one chain).


Only Bitcoin ABC. Does anyone but WU really want those?

Only a handfull of people from BitcoinTalk and r/btc. BU, ABC, Bitcoin Cash all flops and they just dont understand why it flops  Undecided

Coinbase and GDAX are also rejecting it, more will follow.

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July 20, 2017, 02:42:22 AM

f2pool is waiting for all the shorts to load up and then shit down their throats with big bip91 signalling dump
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July 20, 2017, 02:49:03 AM

They do that.
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July 20, 2017, 02:53:19 AM

I'm not worried about the hardfork. As you could see the last 2 weeks, the other side is completely incompetent in terms of coding! Core devs safed their asses 3 times, although they are not involved in that shieeet!
Let Jihan, Bitpay and all the other corporations fork off. They will regret it pretty soon after the fork and will come crawling back. This corporate takeover attempt of the ecosystem and the brand Bitcoin will fail!!

The fact that a $40B network is now running on BTC1 should give everyone pause for concern.

My understanding is that they do not need to change anything substantial in the code that they are running - only a small amount of language that involves signaling BTC1 - so in essence it is a non-substantial change such as running segwit2x that would have caused any reasonable miner pause.

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Maybe I can use "miner" and "reasonable" in the same sentence?   Wink  I just did.   Tongue
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July 20, 2017, 03:02:00 AM

A price breaking upward through ~$2460 or so with RISING buy volume/pressure would signal a trend reversal. We would need to break the pattern of lower highs and lower lows into the next month.

Otherwise, we are still firmly in a downtrend. Because gravity. Also, overall crypto market cap still decreasing.

Still relevant... hasn't broken $2460 to the upside. Buying volume has tapered off. Also notice that perfect 'V' on Stamp. The whale(s) that drove the price down to 1830, drove it right back up to where it was before. Overall sentiment has not changed.



OH MY!!!!   OH MY!!!!!   OH MY!!!!


I think that there are only 10 whales in total, that is why we can TOTALLY recognize their beheaviors.   Shocked Shocked



There are 4 on the "buy only" team and there are 4 on the "sell only" team, and there are two that just buy and sell to themselves. ... It's one of the two on the buy and sell to themselves team... I know it.

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July 20, 2017, 03:18:40 AM


That effectively translates to "coinbase will confiscate your BTC" (on one chain).


Only Bitcoin ABC. Does anyone but WU really want those?

If you can dump them, you want them Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

I wonder if my 1.8 Bitcoin ABC will even be dumpable. Most exchanges have a minimum transaction amount.
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July 20, 2017, 03:19:45 AM

only 15 to 25 have made there  guess on when we brake another ATH             ATH  ATH   ATH   GAME   !!!!

and get paid by me for the one guesses most closly ( 0.25BTC ) as another ( 0.25 BTC) for giving the best explanation why the raise at that time

anybody more wants to take a guess feel free to take a date

( for the ones that don't trust me to pay still just waiting for a trusty member to react on this and be confirmt by 2 other trusted members and i deposit the amount with them ......)

ONLY GOOD INTENTIONS

 Grin Grin Grin Grin

A couple of us already agreed that Sebastian Ju would be a good one because he is already experienced and trusted in the practice of providing free escrow.  Should be easy enough for you to get confirmation from him about whether he would like to hold your funds in escrow for the purposes that you describe above.
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July 20, 2017, 03:50:56 AM


That effectively translates to "coinbase will confiscate your BTC" (on one chain).


Only Bitcoin ABC. Does anyone but WU really want those?

If you can dump them, you want them Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

I wonder if my 1.8 Bitcoin ABC will even be dumpable. Most exchanges have a minimum transaction amount.

IIRC, BCU options (bitcoin unlimited fork options) were like 300$ apiece - and it wasn't even a likely fork Cheesy
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That effectively translates to "coinbase will confiscate your BTC" (on one chain).


Only Bitcoin ABC. Does anyone but WU really want those?

If you can dump them, you want them Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

I wonder if my 1.8 Bitcoin ABC will even be dumpable. Most exchanges have a minimum transaction amount.

IIRC, BCU options (bitcoin unlimited fork options) were like 300$ apiece - and it wasn't even a likely fork Cheesy


OK, I'll make sure everything is sent to my Trezor addresses by July 30th or sooner. I'm sure I'll be able to claim everything that is due.
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July 20, 2017, 06:50:32 AM

The fact that a $40B network is now running on BTC1 should give everyone pause for concern.

Miners are not the network, they are service providers. (with an inflated sense of self importance & megalomania)
*We* are the network, if miners provide us with bad blocks we will reject them.
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July 20, 2017, 06:56:33 AM

The fact that a $40B network is now running on BTC1 should give everyone pause for concern.

Miners are not the network, they are service providers. (with an inflated sense of self importance & megalomania)
*We* are the network, if miners provide us with bad blocks we will reject them.
By that definition "we" only applies if you run your own node.  I suspect there are not many "we" here.
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July 20, 2017, 07:27:22 AM

only 15 to 25 have made there  guess on when we brake another ATH             ATH  ATH   ATH   GAME   !!!!

and get paid by me for the one guesses most closly ( 0.25BTC ) as another ( 0.25 BTC) for giving the best explanation why the raise at that time

anybody more wants to take a guess feel free to take a date

( for the ones that don't trust me to pay still just waiting for a trusty member to react on this and be confirmt by 2 other trusted members and i deposit the amount with them ......)

ONLY GOOD INTENTIONS

 Grin Grin Grin Grin

I like these games, that sounds like lottery.

August 15 (2017)

Some smart guy made huge losses

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/hackers-seize-32-million-in-parity-wallet-breach/

We are approaching August 1, the price is still good although many news sites are bombarding all the time with news about 2 or 3 bitcoins

About these other possible bitcoins, can we call bitcoins or the appropriate name is altcoins? Grin
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July 20, 2017, 07:51:25 AM

By that definition "we" only applies if you run your own node.  I suspect there are not many "we" here.
The share of people running node is likely higher in this thread than forum average. (would be interesting to know % share) I run it only some 4-6 hours a day though, more on weekends.
I was wondering if it would be possible to run it on virtual PC, I'll have to try that
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By that definition "we" only applies if you run your own node.  I suspect there are not many "we" here.
The share of people running node is likely higher in this thread than forum average. (would be interesting to know % share) I run it only some 4-6 hours a day though, more on weekends.
I was wondering if it would be possible to run it on virtual PC, I'll have to try that

I dont see why you wouldnt be able to run it under a virtual pc. But what is the point? You still need to run the virtual machine on a host anyway, unless you are just trying to keep it self contained.
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July 20, 2017, 08:44:57 AM

The fact that a $40B network is now running on BTC1 should give everyone pause for concern.

Miners are not the network, they are service providers. (with an inflated sense of self importance & megalomania)
*We* are the network, if miners provide us with bad blocks we will reject them.
By that definition "we" only applies if you run your own node.  I suspect there are not many "we" here.


We support our preferred fork or technology by choosing how we transact with our coins.
So depending on which merchant or exchange we use, expresses that choice.

I not trying to say that the miners aren't important, just that the Bitcoin network is not the miners, its is the sum of all its parts, and the most important part are the users.
I believe we must appreciate our position of power, and not simply give it up to those who don't give weight to the most important part of Bitcoin which is Decentralisation.
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July 20, 2017, 08:47:36 AM

Update : https://www.xbt.eu/ (144 Blocks)

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July 20, 2017, 09:07:48 AM

Hi guys. I have a question about exchanges supporting both coins in case of a split...

Douring the BU fiasco, a bunch of big exchanges pledged that they would support both coins... (www.cryptocoinsnews.com/18-bitcoin-exchanges-say-theyre-ready-for-a-bitcoin-split)

So my question is, does this agreement still stand and does it mean that customers will receive both coins or does it just mean that they will allow trading of the second coin?
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July 20, 2017, 09:18:43 AM

People, don't pay attention to REAL speculators

BITCOIN there is only one, and shouldn't be controlled. I believe in it, or she, and you? What is the purpose on getting a shitcoin to dump if you can pump the original, making she skyrocketing till the bloody end of money?

Let's go!!!!
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July 20, 2017, 09:25:28 AM

Hi guys. I have a question about exchanges supporting both coins in case of a split...

Douring the BU fiasco, a bunch of big exchanges pledged that they would support both coins... (www.cryptocoinsnews.com/18-bitcoin-exchanges-say-theyre-ready-for-a-bitcoin-split)

So my question is, does this agreement still stand and does it mean that customers will receive both coins or does it just mean that they will allow trading of the second coin?

For a definite answer you are going to need to speak to each exchange. But why would you take the risk, just withdraw the coins to your own wallet (you have the private keys) for a short time, while there is a risk of a fork.
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