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February 02, 2018, 12:13:40 PM

In the bull run, there seemed to be a general consensus that the top would be $12-14k. There also seemed to be a general expectation that $8k would be the bottom.
Make of that what you will Smiley


Your just making shit up in terms of identifying points of supposed "consensus."


Make of that what you will. 
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February 02, 2018, 12:18:36 PM

Wow!.. I never thought this would happen... It is 20% cheaper to buy BTC in Australia than BTC/USD!

8000AUD vs 8176USD (BitFinex)
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February 02, 2018, 12:23:13 PM

Some guy in South Korea called it:

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-02/bubble-crypto-has-burst-bitcoin-slides-below-8000-bloodbath-continues

"The Bubble Has Burst"

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February 02, 2018, 12:24:29 PM

damn tulips
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February 02, 2018, 12:24:38 PM

Welp, I think I see the floor...

Below all the muck, piss, and tears and BobLawblaw's beer shits and

--ope!-- there goes Tera sacrificially tossed over the edge, sorry buddy, we should have all listened to you more...

Take r0ach with you please, though... And kwukduck, too.

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February 02, 2018, 12:32:21 PM

Wow!.. I never thought this would happen... It is 20% cheaper to buy BTC in Australia than BTC/USD!

8000AUD vs 8176USD (BitFinex)

Bitfinex is actually even trading above the Korean exchanges.
The Korean exchanges had premiums of more than 20 % to the Western exchanges
not long ago.

My theory is that Bitfinex need to prop up the price on their own exchange to
prevent a cascade of margin calls that would cause a bloodbath. Meanwhile
price points aren´t really defended at other exchanges like Bitstamp that offer no
margin trading and therefore don´t need to fear a cascade of margin calls.

Off-topic:
If someone of you speaks Spanish and needs a distraction from the BTC price,
you can read the official whitepaper for the revolutionary Venezuelan cryptocurrency
- the PETRO - at the following website:
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/4363861-Whitepaper-Petro.html#document/

If anyone prefers the English translation:
http://elpetro.gob.ve/Whitepaper_Petro_en.pdf

A few quotes:
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Petro (PTR) has its origin in the idea of president Hugo Chavez of a strong currency backed by raw
materials

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Petro will be a sovereign crypto asset backed by oil assets and issued by the Venezuelan State as a spearhead
for the development of an independent, transparent and open digital economy open to direct participation of
citizens.

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Petro is breaking in with a promising outlook, taking advantage of:
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• A market of more than thirty million people eager for savings, investment and international
exchange instruments

And here I was thinking that the Venezuelan people were looking for food and other things that
are necessary for survival.

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To put it in perspective, the oil market is larger than the sum of all metal markets.

This quote could be interesting for realr0ach  Grin

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Petro will give investors the opportunity to enter the crypto asset market with an instrument of intrinsic value
that is safer, more stable and susceptible to a fundamental analysis because it is linked to a widely known
industry, and therefore, suitable to be used in large transactions and even as a store of value.

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PETRO IS A MUCH MORE AMBITIOUS PROJECT THAN OTHER DIGITAL CONVERTIBLE
CURRENCIES SUCH AS THE DIGIX (GOLD-BACKED) OR THE TETHER
(BACKED IN DOLLARS),

The whitepaper even contains a reference to Tether (!).

...

To top it all off Venezuela is obviously going with the standard scam launch scheme:
1. Pre-Sale
2. ICO on Ethereum




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February 02, 2018, 12:33:13 PM

damn tulips

My wife brought home a giant vase of tulips this week.  Been watching them bloom in concert with this correction.

She has no idea the significance.

Ah well...

What's better than roses on a piano?

Tulips on an organ!  Kiss
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February 02, 2018, 12:34:15 PM
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I think for sure all the long term hodlers have friend with BTC .... for example after i had btc and believed in iT i told Some friend and Some of the bought to even @ low prices +- 700ish -1kish Some later @2k-5kish and offcourse few ATH buyers
Now few of them allready saying When the price hits back 9 or 10k i Will sell.... This is something we Will see a lot offcourse So Many waiting for the Sharp pump to quickly dump there coins
So Many still not getting iT
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February 02, 2018, 12:38:51 PM

I think for sure all lingerie term hodlers have friend with BTC .... for example after i had btc and believed in iT i told Some friend and Some of the bought to even @ low prices +- 700ish -1kish Some later @2k-5kish and offcourse few ATH buyers
Now few of them allready saying When the price hits back 9 or 10k i Will sell.... This is something we Will see a lot offcourse So Many waiting for the Sharp pump to quickly dump there coins
So Many still not getting iT

Autocorrect? Freudian slip typo?
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February 02, 2018, 12:44:13 PM

Hey! Bitcoin! Where ya goin'?

I thought we'd agreed to meet at $7700  Huh
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February 02, 2018, 12:44:28 PM
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Hmm... looks like I won’t need tax advice this year after all...
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February 02, 2018, 12:45:50 PM

Bear hit the wall!

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February 02, 2018, 12:46:29 PM

damn tulips

My wife brought home a giant vase of tulips this week.  Been watching them bloom in concert with this correction.

She has no idea the significance.

Ah well...

What's better than roses on a piano?

Tulips on an organ!  Kiss

As long as it's a large enough organ for a whole vase...  Wink
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February 02, 2018, 12:46:42 PM

Hmm... looks like I won’t need tax advice this year after all...

Ha, me neither. oh well just wait for another few years
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February 02, 2018, 12:46:48 PM

From Bentley to Bronco
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February 02, 2018, 12:47:32 PM

Bear hit the wall!



...and it didn’t shit in the woods...
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February 02, 2018, 12:49:23 PM

where is bottom  Huh

edit : oh i see it
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February 02, 2018, 12:50:11 PM

Well, volume's up for sure.

Is this the dump to finish them all?
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February 02, 2018, 12:52:48 PM

Well, volume's up for sure.

Is this the dump to finish them all?

Nice greenie so far
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From Bentley to Bronco

You mean from a Rolls Royce to a ford escort Grin
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