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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.5%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.2%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.2%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 8 (12.1%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.6%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.2%)
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https://news.bitcoin.com/south-korean-court-rules-bitcoin-has-economic-value/?utm_source=OneSignal%20Push&utm_medium=notification&utm_campaign=Push%20Notifications
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January 31, 2018, 08:36:47 PM

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January 31, 2018, 08:39:11 PM


$10,000 is a pretty entertaining psychological barrier.

There are the stubborn buyers who refuse to buy 5 digit Bitcorn, but snatch it up the moment it drops a mere 0.1% into "paltry" $9k territory.

And then there the stubborn sellers who refuse to part with 4 digit Bitcorn, quickly selling it the moment it rises a mere 0.1% into "lofty" $10k territory.

Up and down we go, like a see-saw.

Or like a fisherman at the $10k waters edge, trying to reel in $9k fish. While the fish are leaping out of the water determined to catch juicy $10k bugs.

The indecision in today's market is boringly maddening. Looks like we'll close on a doji.
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January 31, 2018, 08:40:39 PM

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Its CEO is Roger Ver. Ver gained control of bitcoin.com domain in April of 2014. It was previously operated by Blockchain.info. In May 2015 OKCoin has announced that the company will no longer be managing the domain bitcoin.com, due to a dispute with the domain owner, Roger Ver.

And even if you were not quoting that sociopath's rag..so what?  How is this good news?  Some local court ruling that bitcoin has value. Surprise..
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January 31, 2018, 08:42:48 PM

I wonder what great significance this piece of news might have. Is there any need for a Korean court to rule bitcoin has economic value and can be confiscated, so the proceeds go to finance state budget?

The Feds confiscated and sold Ulbricht's Silk Road coin and happily auctioned them without all that fuss.
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January 31, 2018, 08:49:13 PM


Because a court somewhere rules what is already apparent from free market prices everywhere?
But I have seen more stupid human reasoning so you could be right  Roll Eyes
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I wonder what great significance this piece of news might have. Is there any need for a Korean court to rule bitcoin has economic value and can be confiscated, so the proceeds go to finance state budget?

The Feds confiscated and sold Ulbricht's Silk Road coin and happily auctioned them without all that fuss.

Feds confiscated and sold Ulbricht's Silk Road coin... becouse cia/fbi/deep state  want monopoly on drugs trade in usa. there is TONS of evidence on wikileaks about it.. why ulbricht  get life-jail time?! alarm for others who want to hurt the monopoly of usa state on  trading drugs.. its under CIA from 50-60 s

they use diplomatic fly s to move drugs to us state.. same like they use bulgarian diplomatic flys to get old weapons from europe to isis.. there is also article about ukrainian old chemical deposits was used to fake attack on Asad and russia.. also ukrainian multimilionar from bitcoin... becouse he know , bitcoin will pupmed to 10-50k .. from canadians Wink
But this time are gone..

once again - crypto is tool to damage others.. like chinese/russians/germans and other usa enemy s )  if this "tool" will stop work against.. they will demonised and try ban..  LIKE NOW! yes there is mainstream people who still pump bitcoin.. or they pump  gpu/cpu  based cryptos  .. they dont know true ..  how lucky for us  Wink Cheesy


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$10,000 is a pretty entertaining psychological barrier.

There are the stubborn buyers who refuse to buy 5 digit Bitcorn, but snatch it up the moment it drops a mere 0.1% into "paltry" $9k territory.

And then there the stubborn sellers who refuse to part with 4 digit Bitcorn, quickly selling it the moment it rises a mere 0.1% into "lofty" $10k territory.

Up and down we go, like a see-saw.

Or like a fisherman at the $10k waters edge, trying to reel in $9k fish. While the fish are leaping out of the water determined to catch juicy $10k bugs.

The indecision in today's market is boringly maddening. Looks like we'll close on a doji.
   


Even the bot doesnt know what to do..crazy.

I didnt give much weight to the CME and futures but the price has been right there and if you look forward a couple months...well..this might be how Spring turns out. My suspicious side wonders if all those posts from a few weeks back about "what would you do if the price stayed ____?" were a focus group for tptb...
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January 31, 2018, 09:09:29 PM

Is this going to be a good alternative to Tether?

https://cointelegraph.com/news/uks-royal-mint-launches-gold-backed-cryptocurrency
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...And there are people like me who never sell anything if its not an ATH. Seriously... haven't we all learned our lesson now? I mean forget about 4 digits-5digits thing. Why sell anything while we are 50% below from ATH? :/ It is already too low to sell. Sell on ATH or gtfo. You guys already missed your chance to sell on top, don't get slaughtered. Just hodl.
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Sounds good. I may get some

I propose 0.00000001 RMG to be called 1 R0ach
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🏳️‍🌈 | We're thrilled to have jumped 21 places to number 54 in this year's @StonewallUK #WEI Learn more about the contribution our #LGBT staff make to GCHQ during #LGBTHistoryMonth which starts tomorrow

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Fantastic news @GCHQ !! Well done! Looking forward to our continued network collaboration.

-the future is now

What language is that?  Looks like gibberish.
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lolol https://rmg.royalmint.com/faqs/
What is a permissioned blockchain?

Prova for RMG® is a permissioned blockchain protocol. Many of the blockchain consortiums that build private blockchains for financial institutions and other enterprises follow this model.

A permissioned blockchain restricts the actors who can contribute to the consensus of the system state. In a permissioned blockchain, only a restricted set of users have the rights to validate the block transactions.

Permissioned blockchains do not have to use the computing power based mining to reach a consensus, as all the actors are known.

Permissioned blockchains work to a Proof of Stake model (PoS) for reaching consensus instead. Proof of stake mining asks users to prove ownership of a certain amount of currency (their “stake” in the currency). Instead of buying computers and electricity for mining in a Proof of Work system, a PoS system uses the capital to acquire assets that allow you to validate transactions.

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“Gold has probably had an argument that it’s been a store of value for 6,000 years, bitcoin’s a bit younger and the future of bitcoin is uncertain.”

btw, I hate this now. Flint has probably had an argument that it's been a good fire-starter for 60,000 years, lighters are a bit younger and blabla
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What language is that?  Looks like gibberish.

Pantsuit language, Twitter dialect, UK homoarmy parlance.
'Gibberish' is too kind.
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It could be.

Some other interesting stories from cointelegraph are that South Korea is definitely not banning bitcoin, and Russia's largest state bank is going to launch its own cryptocurrency exchange in its Swiss branch.

Russia's not banning bitcoin either, its regulating it with a Digital Assets Regulation Bill.

https://cointelegraph.com/news/south-korea-finance-minister-confirms-no-ban-on-cryptocurrency

https://cointelegraph.com/news/russias-largest-state-bank-to-open-cryptocurrency-exchange-in-europe

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On Jan. 25, Russian authorities presented the Digital Assets Regulation Bill, which defines and establishes a regulatory system for cryptocurrencies, ICOs, mining and trading.

According to the latest update of the bill, the Ministry of Finance is aiming to legally adopt cryptocurrency trading, since it would reduce the risks of fraud and increase the government’s tax revenue, due to the potential for fiscal transparency.
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No shill quotes please..

And even if you were not quoting that sociopath's rag..so what?  How is this good news?  Some local court ruling that bitcoin has value. Surprise..

I wonder what great significance this piece of news might have. Is there any need for a Korean court to rule bitcoin has economic value and can be confiscated, so the proceeds go to finance state budget?

The Feds confiscated and sold Ulbricht's Silk Road coin and happily auctioned them without all that fuss.

I don't get it, the guy posts a bullish news article at a time when there is very little good news surrounding bitcoin (mostly just FUD) and you shit all over him? Who gives a shit if it's on that website? I doubt roger himself wrote the article (hint: he didn't). What's the guy shilling, Korean news? Lol.

How many governments have officially come out and said that bitcoin is recognized as having actual, real world value - not banning crypto currencies, or saying crypto is only used by criminals, etc. - especially in one of the biggest crypto markets in the world?

Did you guys lackadaisically brush off when Japan made BTC a legal currency? Or when Overstock.com said they were going to accept BTC, were you guys like, "whoopdi fuckin' doo, we all know it's got value, congrats company for figuring out what we already know"? No, we were all happy it was being adopted by a well known company where we could buy real things with our bitcoin.
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January 31, 2018, 09:52:49 PM

https://www.amazon.com/Theres-Bitcoin-My-Butt-Handsome-ebook/dp/B073NF2Z9G
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January 31, 2018, 09:57:58 PM

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January 31, 2018, 10:03:50 PM

I don't get it, the guy posts a bullish news article at a time when there is very little good news surrounding bitcoin (mostly just FUD) and you shit all over him? Who gives a shit if it's on that website? I doubt roger himself wrote the article (hint: he didn't). What's the guy shilling, Korean news? Lol.
I didnt "shit" on anyone..I simply stated don't come quoting articles from someplace owned by in my mind one of bitcoins biggest enemies.

How many governments have officially come out and said that bitcoin is recognized as having actual, real world value - not banning crypto currencies, or saying crypto is only used by criminals, etc. - especially in one of the biggest crypto markets in the world?
Quite a few actually..and while I am not 100% familiar with SK's judicial system..I do know unless its the highest court that made this ruling..it will probably go thru years of appeals and ratification's before becoming a "law".  I never had a problem with the article..it was always the source.

Did you guys lackadaisically brush off when Japan made BTC a legal currency? Or when Overstock.com said they were going to accept BTC, were you guys like, "whoopdi fuckin' doo, we all know it's got value, congrats company for figuring out what we already know"? No, we were all happy it was being adopted by a well known company where we could buy real things with our bitcoin.

I dont know what to do with this mess..accusation? statement?  question?...whats going on here.
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