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January 18, 2018, 12:29:30 PM

Wow went down to 9200

Look at the bright side, it is still

over 9000!!!!

LOL, when BTC shills understand that their shitcoin as-well can be dump & pump no matter all bright stories abut decentralization, freedom and etc.

What a pathetic community

Going by your post; you can say shit and you attempt to provoke people, you have the exact qualifications to work for CNN.
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January 18, 2018, 12:31:19 PM

12000 is a good start...

Now can we try 13000?

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January 18, 2018, 12:37:20 PM

if even a duncetard like myself can mine one for ~2.1k usd (which is expensive because uk=51st shithole) then 'fair' seems a bit unfair

If that were true then hashrate would be skyrocketing right now.
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January 18, 2018, 12:39:16 PM

turns out the Mayor has been at it for a very long time Undecided



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January 18, 2018, 12:39:33 PM

middlemen
metals as being a hedge
permissioned ledger or tyranny by default.
Now this is like Roach, but atypically missing any mention of evil Jews.


Until some nerd gets into your PC, laptop, mobile and steals your private key, and what than? You are so hardly fucked with your "StoRe of Valu" because all your wealth gone. And what you will do? Go to police? They will tell you same "Gtfo to where you came from"

In proper bank in proper countries you will get your money back and investigation will trigger.

Or even better, when govs decide to block any Crypto activity. That is going to become a fork war of the decade!

Or fuck yourself, if Bitcoin would not be tied to USD and liquidity would not be tied to Banks in one or other way, you would be buying your fucking pizza for 10,000BTC, so fuck off you boy.
I think I'm only ignoring a couple noisy noobs at the moment. You're getting close to first in line among seasoned users. Go on punk, make my day. But let's do it later, shall we? Your coffee break is over, likely you'd better get back to work at your bank desk.
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January 18, 2018, 12:40:51 PM

if even a duncetard like myself can mine one for ~2.1k usd (which is expensive because uk=51st shithole) then 'fair' seems a bit unfair

If that were true then hashrate would be skyrocketing right now.
it is and it is. nonetheless there has been this huge window of opportunity for miners since summer
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January 18, 2018, 12:46:42 PM
Last edit: January 18, 2018, 09:24:49 PM by Last of the V8s

anybody got this report? https://info.elliptic.co/whitepaper-fdd-bitcoin-laundering

edit: more https://coincenter.org/link/a-new-study-finds-less-than-1-of-bitcoin-transactions-to-exchanges-are-illicit

editedit: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/bitcoin-laundering-study-where-do-criminals-turn-mask-illicit-cryptoassets/
https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/3883533/downloads/Bitcoin%20Laundering.pdf
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January 18, 2018, 12:58:07 PM


I only read this:
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Bitcoin, the world’s first cryptocurrency [...] has gone mainstream.

So it begins  Grin
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January 18, 2018, 01:02:28 PM

if even a duncetard like myself can mine one for ~2.1k usd (which is expensive because uk=51st shithole) then 'fair' seems a bit unfair

If that were true then hashrate would be skyrocketing right now.

His not a million miles away,  since the dilution of the hash-rate thanks to BCH and other chain forks (SHA256) mining has become a lot more profitable.   That will balance out over time though.  The hash rate has doubled since the BCH fork, even taking into account the miners that switched.  

Miners are taking up the slack, but memories of unprofitable mining in 2014 - 2016 means that many are cautious of reinvesting in a ton of mining equipment.

Id say given the predicted future hashrate increase the cost of elec, and equipment.  Id estimate if starting from scratch now about 9k to make a bitcoin at current prices.  
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January 18, 2018, 01:15:25 PM

aok yes if you have to buy new rigs
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January 18, 2018, 01:15:43 PM

should i request a paid article on CNBC?

Whole cryptocurrency market is green while Tether is the only digital currency in red?

RIP USD
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January 18, 2018, 01:22:01 PM

should i request a paid article on CNBC?

Whole cryptocurrency market is green while Tether is the only digital currency in red?

RIP USD
I've also found an article about Ethereum being "below $1000 again" on some random MSM site on my phone earlier today. And it came out pretty much just before it returned to above $1000. Media is quite a strange phenomenon these days.
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January 18, 2018, 01:28:06 PM

should i request a paid article on CNBC?

Whole cryptocurrency market is green while Tether is the only digital currency in red?

RIP USD

Every article I read on CNBC.com is wrong. Not just about Bitcoin, but about the economy in general. All corps and businesses are painted as being in full recovery mode, whilst crypto is painted as a space that is teetering on the edge of collapse any day now.

Completely backwards.

Of course the agenda is to get Average Joe back into the equities markets full steam.... the last bag holders when the stock market finally tanks a few years from now.

Meanwhile Wallstreet will quietly hedge into the crypto space, and it'll skyrocket during the coming equity market meltdown. There's a reason why the Bitcoin price has risen so much. There's a reason why the Bitcoin futures market was created. And there will be the same reasons for the coming Bitcoin ETFs. I can tell you that it's not for Average Joe's benefit.
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January 18, 2018, 01:31:11 PM

All I know is that if we were going to crash hard here it would have happened already. It doesnt just drag on for months or inch down on high volume.


That's the spirit - Tera (temporarily not beara)....  Tongue
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January 18, 2018, 01:35:36 PM

This isn’t the crash I was promised.

I sold all my coins at $9222 because they were no longer valuable. I’ll buy them again when they’re really worth something. Maybe in March at a new ATH seems a good buy point. I don’t want to miss out....
I was hoping for $6-8k. I missed out on restocking by being greedy. Sad

Starting to feel as if our correction is done - although I will feel a bit better once we cross above $13k.
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January 18, 2018, 01:38:56 PM

Every article I read on CNBC.com is wrong. Not just about Bitcoin, but about the economy in general. All corps and businesses are painted as being in full recovery mode, whilst crypto is painted as a space that is teetering on the edge of collapse any day now.

Completely backwards.

Of course the agenda is to get Average Joe back into the equities markets full steam.... the last bag holders when the stock market finally tanks a few years from now. Meanwhile Wallstreet will quietly hedge into the crypto space, and it'll skyrocket during the coming equity market meltdown. There's a reason why the Bitcoin futures market was created, and there will be the same reasons for the coming Bitcoin ETFs. It's not for Average Joe's benefit.
Hopefully cryptos won't even think of entering a recession before the stock market collapses. Been slowly easing out of some of my stocks in favour of cryptos for a number of months now and want some discounted stocks before cryptos plummet.

Also, inb4 Trump will be at fault when equities crash.
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January 18, 2018, 01:39:20 PM

Woah, look at all that green! Went to sleep for a couple of hours and BTC is back in the saddle and all but 2 coins in the top 100 are in the green.
Congrats to everyone that bought the dip and shame on every weak hand that thought the sky was falling. If you sold at the bottom you will likely do it again.


hey...I resemble that remark! (panic sold like wimp....it was LTC to pay the tax man etc...but still ..wimp)

Then again I retired on Monday ..when things went to hell...so it is my fault for the crypto crash...so sold at the low (LTC) to restore proper Karma

you are welcome!



No insult intended. Sometimes you gotta pay the bills when timing couldn't be worse - at the low. Knowing full well you just paid twice as much as was needed.

Thank you for your offering to the crypto gods. (Is there a name for it? Maybe honeybadger?). It has been received.


We're weak ass ratt hands! Don't sugarcoat our failure.

That is the spirit of ownership.   Wink
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January 18, 2018, 01:46:44 PM
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https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7r6chx/here_is_a_list_of_crypto_ponzi_schemes_and_people/
... who are/were promoting them on YouTube



contrast

https://hodlermanifesto.com/
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January 18, 2018, 01:48:00 PM

Thats the Way my beloved one go on And go to beyond the moon!

Were above €10.000 again


Panic Sellers are thinking now wtf what happend 😱😱😱

Roach can shut up now

Thank you

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January 18, 2018, 01:54:15 PM

Every article I read on CNBC.com is wrong. Not just about Bitcoin, but about the economy in general. All corps and businesses are painted as being in full recovery mode, whilst crypto is painted as a space that is teetering on the edge of collapse any day now.

Completely backwards.

Of course the agenda is to get Average Joe back into the equities markets full steam.... the last bag holders when the stock market finally tanks a few years from now. Meanwhile Wallstreet will quietly hedge into the crypto space, and it'll skyrocket during the coming equity market meltdown. There's a reason why the Bitcoin futures market was created, and there will be the same reasons for the coming Bitcoin ETFs. It's not for Average Joe's benefit.
Hopefully cryptos won't even think of entering a recession before the stock market collapses. Been slowly easing out of some of my stocks in favour of cryptos for a number of months now and want some discounted stocks before cryptos plummet.

Also, inb4 Trump will be at fault when equities crash.

As far as Bitcoin goes, I think that on the down low Wallstreet has seriously been moving forward with plans to make Bitcoin a legit hedge instrument. A "non-correlated asset" similar to Gold, but not as tied to anything, not as collateralized and re-hypothecated, as other hedge instruments are. It's finally at a market cap size and maturity where they believe it is ready to be taken to the next step.

But publicly, they are trying to paint Bitcoin as a risky pump-and-dump scheme that is in line with other risky market assets. They want Average Joe to stay away from it while they get all the machinery in place to leverage it themselves (i.e., futures, ETFs, etc.) But of course insiders know this already, which is why the price has climbed all last year as they can't resist getting in early. They can't hide that accumulation because it's a thin market with a lot of transparency and not much Bitcoin off exchange to be bought.

That's why when I keep saying 'Wallstreet wants your bitcoin', I mean no seriously WALLSTREET WANTS YOUR BITCOIN.
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