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January 19, 2018, 09:03:41 PM

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- I have goals I am looking to achieve, and will still be HODLing Bitcorn in the end. So the timing sucks right now. Oh well. I can't get greedy.

What kind of goals are you looking to achieve that require a sudden >$500k <$1000k, if I may ask.
Wouldn't it otherwise be wise to hang on to a larger part of your bitcoin stash? That is if you are still long term bullish on Bitcoin of course (which you seem to be).
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January 19, 2018, 09:14:37 PM

What kind of goals are you looking to achieve that require a sudden >$500k <$1000k, if I may ask.

Looking to cash out $3M USD worth of Bitcorn before March 1 to have it working for me in a retirement portfolio by end of Q1.

Ideally, I'd like to sell higher than lower, but recognize this is a rough season.
Is there any particular reason for that date? Seems quite arbitrary given that I'm not aware of any funds that restrict entries based on time.
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January 19, 2018, 09:17:45 PM

Fair enough. Good luck with that.
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January 19, 2018, 09:27:27 PM

I also need to withdraw a huge amount to pay taxes and the exchanges are dragging their feet. It's freaking me out. What about private buyers?
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Wasn't there some service that connected whales peer to peer for crypto <-> fiat trades?
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Theres whaleclub but I dont consider myself a whale, more of a dolphin.
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Theres whaleclub but I dont consider myself a whale, more of a dolphin.

A dodge dolphin. Someone with photoshop skills?
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January 19, 2018, 09:45:09 PM

Wasn't there some service that connected whales peer to peer for crypto <-> fiat trades?

Do you mean OTC trading platforms like BITCOIN-OTC, or the other three mentioned in the link?

https://themerkle.com/top-4-bitcoin-otc-trading-platforms/
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January 19, 2018, 09:49:49 PM

What kind of goals are you looking to achieve that require a sudden >$500k <$1000k, if I may ask.

Looking to cash out $3M USD worth of Bitcorn before March 1 to have it working for me in a retirement portfolio by end of Q1.

Ideally, I'd like to sell higher than lower, but recognize this is a rough season.

$3Mil USD into a retirement portfolio by end of Q1 huh? thats an impressive goal...

may i ask how you intend to get into a retirement portfolio? or how you intend to deal with tax liability?
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Theres whaleclub but I dont consider myself a whale, more of a dolphin.

A dodge dolphin. Someone with photoshop skills?

 Swimmin' with the fishes -


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parking lot of a btc conference
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January 19, 2018, 09:58:12 PM

or just a parking lot in miami
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Is this "priced in", or are we going to catapult down even further when they do finally go under?  Wondering how much of the recent plunge was the futures contracts coming due versus BitConnect.

No it’s not priced in.  Tether popping would see a monumental market recalibration.  Keep in mind there are lots of exchanges that heavily use Tether as a reserve currency like Bittrex and HitBC.  I believe that Bitstamp and GDAX use “real”  USD but they would not escape the firestorm.

I don’t have good answers how to mitigate the risk other than exiting the market completely.
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January 19, 2018, 10:01:39 PM

Imo you could better take several days of holiday hunting coyotes and whatnot. This weekend will be critical to know if the bottom holds.

Mentally psyching myself up to sell my next block, next week around $11.5k, if we don't find support at $12.5k.

I need to stay on schedule for end of Q1.

If I were your I'd wait for a week or two. If Masterluc is right (and he always was up till now) you won't regret it.  Smiley
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https://www.etoro.com/people/mobinetw

the guy who owns the website, is a permabull that refuses to accept crypto in any form.

so it used to print in 25m usdt a day, a year later it's 100m a day.    Looking at the total market cap, of all crypto at least 10 x increase since, jan 2017.  Then a 4 fold increase for tether seems reasonable.

Not checked those figures, but just saying 3 billion a month seems reasonable considering the amount of exchanges that use USDT as a hedge.  

having said that, im still a bit worried  Undecided
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So what?

You are coming off with some BIG blocker talking points and trying to suggest that bitcoin has value only if it can be used for retail right now?

I said nothing of the sort

You said that bitcoin is not a good fit for retail at this time, and you suggested that there is some kind of urgency to fix bitcoin or to lose and opportunity and bitcoin was NOT doing what it should be doing...blah blah blah..

In other words... good enough for me to conclude that either you have been BIG BLOCKER brainwashed or you are one of those nutjobs...  Tongue Tongue


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There is no artificial narrow window opportunity that you assert.

That is a matter of opinion.  I fully understand that the LN devs need to take their time and absolutely get this right, but the longer it takes the more opportunity there is for an alt to seize the, currently unserved, retail use case.

Yeah, right.  Who fucking cares?  If ethereum or bcash is able to develop their currency and retail use cases, then let them.  Why does it matter?

And, why would that even matter?  If bitcoin is able to later improve various micro-transactions in terms of fees and speeds, then no one would use bitcoin because these other crypto systems are supposedly already being used?   Seems like you are just making up a problem on a bunch of supposed hypotheticals and creating your own sense of time pressures.



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With the passage of time bitcoin is going to grow and grow and grow, so who gives a ratt's ass about if you can buy coffee with it today at this particular moment?

Certainly not me, and I have stated as much on a number of occasions.  As I said above, I support cores choices to prioritize security and decentralization at the expense of speed and thrift.


Perhaps we agree about this point?  I will use whatever seems most feasible to buy a cup of coffee, and if it were feasible to use bitcoin, then perhaps I would use bitcoin - even though at this moment we are not there, and we are not even seeming to be close to that - even though maybe 1 year ago the fees and transaction times would have allowed us to use bitcoin to buy coffee.



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You can quote me in posterity if you like, but I would be a bit surprised if in 5 years buying coffee would be impractical with bitcoin or some affiliated means - but even if bitcoin remains impractical for buying coffee in 5 years, so fucking what?  I believe that bitcoin still has decent odds of being at least 50% more valuable than today, and also likely the dominant crypto... if it is NOT then, I will likely also have moved over to that other bitcoin killer crypto that took its place.  

TLDR: I doubt that investing in bitcoin is betting on the wrong horse, even if bitcoin is currently not practical at this time to use to buy coffee or other small retail.

I agree with all this and am in full agreement with holding the line on BTCs store of value use case.  That said, the retail use case WILL be served, and soon, if not by LN then by a well engineered alt with a strong dev team.  As time drags on I will be keeping my eye out for that.

Sounds like an artificially created problem if you believe that there can only be one mutually exclusive payment processor .. especially while it seems quite likely to me that the next 5 to 10 years are going to have a lot of transitions, development, adoption and even building of user-friendliness before globally scaling... You likely appreciate that we do not just go from zero to global scaling of any system whether that be a micro-transacting system, a storage of value system or one that includes both of those use cases plus other use cases ( that are likely even currently unknown use cases).
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January 19, 2018, 10:11:26 PM

You cant price in something that is still uncertain. Plus the effect of an actual exchange failure could be much different and more profound than could possibly be anticipated or traded. All the traders would still be trapped there now artificially holding up the price. Remember gox?
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Even if Bitcoin never managed to become an efficient tool for remittance and retail

It already is efficient and successful as a remittance tool.


it will still remain valuable and keep growing for at least as long as no other crypto replaces it as the default base pair in trading alts.

That is a pretty pathetic description of "a significant" bitcoin use case.




This also means that it'll grow at least proportionally to the overall crypto market for the time being.

You seem to be lacking in imagination... no?    Roll Eyes


Also, the window of opportunity that jojo noted is a very real threat to Bitcoin's position at the very top. Competition is fierce and the market moves fast. All it takes is a superior coin and the right marketing/hype. Granted that's very difficult to pull off (as it would require resources well beyond what ICOs raise), but it's not something that is unthinkable.

Oh my!!!!!  Sounds scary.    Shocked

Our anthropomorphized bitcoin should be shaking in its proverbial boots, no?
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