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January 31, 2018, 12:06:38 AM

note to self:

watch mempool for early indication of volatility
Have not exactly been watching it, but I just got a standard 1-in, 2-out tx confirmed next block for 0.40$. Mempool seems quiet  Grin

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Ahh, I see what you mean now. That's right.
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January 31, 2018, 12:07:49 AM

are you ready to go under 7500 euro / BTC? this is optimistic Smiley my prediction for the next 1-3 days is under 7000eur

Good night bitcoin land!

Well 7500€ would still be 300$ higher than the lowest possible bottom called by masterluc.
Nothing creepy and shouldn't last long.

But if it go lower than that I think I'll start shitting myself a little.
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January 31, 2018, 12:17:15 AM

@GENIC0N

2032: Bitcoin is illegal in 307 of 40000 countries

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Judging by how globalism is going right now, I won't be surprised if we have only 1 country by 2032 - a one-world government. (A "democracy" ruled by the big bankers and elites, of course, behind the scenes, with Bitcoin and all cryptocurrencies banned)
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January 31, 2018, 12:18:01 AM

are you ready to go under 7500 euro / BTC? this is optimistic Smiley my prediction for the next 1-3 days is under 7000eur

Good night bitcoin land!

Well 7500€ would still be 300$ higher than the lowest possible bottom called by masterluc.
Nothing creepy and shouldn't last long.

But if it go lower than that I think I'll start shitting myself a little.
Besides, when masterluc made his latest dollar price prediction, USD wasn't free-falling as it is now.
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January 31, 2018, 12:34:13 AM

My lowest limit buy order triggered and filled. I managed to slip another one just a little lower Smiley
BTFD


That's the spirit d_eddie....

What if BTC prices go down to $7500, as some of the supposed TA experts are suggesting to be "inevitable" - I suppose similar to the Tera Beara talking point.... she's gonna be right.. she's gonna be right... hahahahhahaha .. perhaps.. .. perhaps NOT.   Wink
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January 31, 2018, 12:39:29 AM

Good evidence, Samarkand. Thanks.

I don´t think this will have a big impact on the market at all.
I hope someone of you got a few buy orders filled.
I got one, waiting for one more. Shameless, yes, I am being a little unrestrained in this accumulation spree.

By the way, I hear a distant sound of thunder. No, it's not thunder. It's more like

shhpllllirrrrr shhpllllll weweee shplllrrrhh...

what can it be?
The distant sound of shorts being squeezed in the not too distant future?

That's a choo choo taking of. https://youtu.be/EnTbXxdKKwk?t=226
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January 31, 2018, 12:40:33 AM

going below 10K in a few minutes.

The FUDsters want it so bad, don't they? Sub 10k. I can almost smell the fear...

EDIT: And will ya look at that, some FUD news timed perfectly.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes


Torque.   I gotta attempt to find some hilarity with your theme repetition.  And, surely I have some respect that you don't give up...

Nonetheless, let me make another point.  Do you know that many large news organizations already have 90% of the content of obituaries pre-written for notorious people, but merely because they engage in this practice does not mean that they have any fucking clue regarding the timing of the death of the notorious person, even though when such notorious person dies, they are able to publish their well thought out story within an hour or so of notorious person's death.   Go figure.   Tongue



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Hey quick,

Someone wake up JJG so he can tell me again that there are no pre-planned, coordinated attacks on Bitcoin.  Roll Eyes

I already beat you to it in my earlier post.   Tongue Tongue 

Let me see if I can say this properly:  "there are no pre-planned, coordinated attacks on Bitcoin."  They are merely opportunistic employments of similar strategies that are held by aligned folks (and perhaps even unlikely bedfellows) to magnify FUD and impact and exacerbate down BTC price movement to the maximum extent that they are able. ..and yes, they would like to obtain the help of "normal" folks too, and to get us to sell our coins on the way down, rather than buying on the way down, like we should be doing.   We agree, Torque.  We agree!!!!!   Kiss
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January 31, 2018, 12:40:44 AM

sub 10k

i think this time it will stick
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January 31, 2018, 12:44:56 AM

As many pointed out the timing couldn't have been better. I'll simply hold my coins. During these days I say to myself that 1 BTC is 1 BTC.
Our time has yet to come.
If Bitfinex and Tether blow up, I just don't care

I would merit this post, but I blew my load Sad


That's gay!!!!!  Not that I am arguing that gay folks have less self-control..... hahahahahahahaha     Cheesy
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January 31, 2018, 12:45:46 AM

sub 10k

i think this time it will stick

Perhaps. Bitstamp seems to forcing the fall. Lets see if $9200 holds.
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January 31, 2018, 12:46:31 AM

starting to feel a little nervous
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January 31, 2018, 12:47:53 AM

sub 10k

i think this time it will stick

In the meanwhile on finex someone is going full retard bidding with those couple of billions USDT to get some cheap coins:


https://data.bitcoinity.org/markets/books/USD
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sub 10k

i think this time it will stick

Perhaps. Bitstamp seems to forcing the fall. Lets see if $9200 holds.

In the meanwhile on finex someone is going full retard bidding with those couple of billions USDT to get some cheap coins:

Maybe Tether was adopted by Bitfinex specifically to prevent plunges? Our hero? Lol
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starting to feel a little nervous

Just imagine that everyone in the room has BCash. Or is naked. I think it's one of those...

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January 31, 2018, 01:00:19 AM

Maybe Tether was adopted by Bitfinex specifically to prevent plunges? Our hero? Lol

Well it would make a nice exit scam, compounded:
1 print fake money
2 use it to pump the price of an asset
3 Dump and crash the asset price
4 Profit
5 Buy back the cheap asset and run with it.
6 ?
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$BTCUSD shorts are still rising. Tomorrow CME futures settlement..... Coincedence? Nope! Expecting more surpressing till settlement

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January 31, 2018, 01:05:44 AM

Noticing that all the "hype coins" are taking the hardest hit.  I'm beginning to speculate which one will be the next to implode.
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... I still struggle to understand why he recommended it to me, yet never embraced it himself.  I just think it was mainly laziness on his part. ...


Isn´t it possible that your friend simply didn´t had the money to buy
BTC even when the Bitcoin price was low? I guess a few people that believed
in Bitcoin simply missed out due to not being liquid enough to invest.

I´m not sure from which country you are, but even in a wealthy country
like the US the average person is not exactly having a lot of money
that is available for investment.

63% Of Americans Don't Have Enough Savings To Cover A $500 Emergency

Maybe you should reconsider and gift him a few mBTC  Wink


Yes.  One of the first things that folks have to learn to do is to attempt to live within their means, and if they have a lifestyle that causes them to spend more than they bring in, then they gots themselves problems. 

Once they figure out how to live within their means, then they can take some of that extra money and put it into bitcoin.  Whether it is $20 per month or $100 per month or some other amount that works for them, and they also should have enough of a dollar stash (or otherwise liquifiable assets), that they do not have draw from their bitcoin funds in case of an emergency - and emergencies happen, they should be part of every person's expected budget.,, planning ahead for six months can be good enough for regular peeps, but if you finances are more complicated and you have businesses that you have to cashflow, too, then you may want to budget in the 18 month territory (I'm currently floating in the 12 -18 month territory for my budgeting ahead).  Also, if you have some BIG expenses that are not reoccurring, but are projected out beyond 18month, then you minimally should be projecting your cashflow out until the time that payments on the BIG expenses are expected to hit you.
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January 31, 2018, 01:44:07 AM

https://cointelegraph.com/news/worlds-largest-investment-company-interesting-bitcoin-is-under-close-review
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Isabelle Mateos Y Lago, chief multi-asset strategist at BlackRock, an investment management corporation with $5.7 trln in assets under management, has said that the company is keeping cryptocurrency under “close review” as an “interesting development.”
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January 31, 2018, 01:49:45 AM

Noticing that all the "hype coins" are taking the hardest hit.  I'm beginning to speculate which one will be the next to implode.

Ripple is definitely taking a disproportionate hit.  If there was ever a definition of 'Froth', that would be it.
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