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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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February 12, 2018, 06:37:16 AM

really keen to see a move out of the 8610-7750 area


I doubt that there is any reason to get excited until we break one way or another in a broader range than the one you are suggesting, such as $6666 for the bottom and $10k for the top.  Otherwise, no reason to get excited or write home about or try to prognosticate some kind of deeper merely because we are bouncing around and even breaking out in a smaller kind of way... gotta think BIGGER mFj.  

umm does that mean we have to talk "power toppers" and "guys going either way"? Wink


Seems that we can talk about anything that we want - as long as we are not trolling and pumping out disingenuous disinformation regarding bitcoin.

I am not too keen on some of the recent IQ discussion or the ongoing racial bullshit that comes from posters like roach, so sometimes we do need to filter through that kind of substance in order to read some more interesting bitcoin related posts.

I will say that I kind of agree with you regarding the implications of a "professional" power top, and probably a better phraseology might have been for Bob to have self-described as an "experienced" power top or something like that, but I don't know details about Bob, except that he does seem to have decent amount of on-topicness in this thread, even when he is telling trolls to FUCK off.... or he is making some connection with his personal life..  haahahahahah... and I don't think that Bob is attempting to mislead anyone about anything, even though we all emphasize matters from time to time in ways that might be a bit stirring for some folks to accept who have different life experiences and depending on the audience.  

Now you, on the other hand, we have no fucking clue about the extent of your genuineness (except that it appears that you are not genuine  nor credible) with your repetitive conclusionary negative on bitcoin talking points, which are typical traits of trolls... to pump out distracting arguments, but fail and refuse to provide credible decent personal details that would cause us to conclude that you are an actual genuine person, rather than merely a paid shill that might be smart, but really makes a lot of dumbass points in order to distract us from really discussing substantive and meaningful bitcoin matters.  I don't have too much hope in your nonsensical pattern, so far.   Cry Cry
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February 12, 2018, 06:44:23 AM

really keen to see a move out of the 8610-7750 area


I doubt that there is any reason to get excited until we break one way or another in a broader range than the one you are suggesting, such as $6666 for the bottom and $10k for the top.  Otherwise, no reason to get excited or write home about or try to prognosticate some kind of deeper merely because we are bouncing around and even breaking out in a smaller kind of way... gotta think BIGGER mFj. 

umm does that mean we have to talk "power toppers" and "guys going either way"? Wink


Seems that we can talk anything that we want - as long as we are not trolling and pumping out disingenuous disinformation regarding bitcoin.

I am not too keen on some of the IQ discussion or the racial sexist bullshit, so sometimes we do need to filter through that kind of substance in order to read some more interesting bitcoin related posts.

I will say that I kind of agree with you regarding the implications of a "professional" power top, and probably a better phraseology would have been for Bob to have self-described as an experienced power top or something like that, but I don't know details about Bob, except that he does seem to have decent amount of on-topicness in this thread, even when he is telling trolls to FUCK off.... haahahahahah... and I don't think that Bob is attempting to mislead anyone about anything, even though we all emphasize matters from time to time in ways that might be a bit stirring for some folks who have different life experiences and depending on the audience. 

Now you, on the other hand, we have no fucking clue about the extent of your genuineness (except that it appears that you are not genuine  nor credible) with your repetitive conclusionary talking points, which are typical traits of trolls... to pump out distracting arguments, but fail and refuse to provide credible decent personal details that would cause us to conclude that you are an actual genuine person, rather than merely a paid shill that might be smart, but really makes a lot of dumbass points in order to distract us from really discussing substantive and meaningful bitcoin matters.  I don't have too much hope in your nonsensical pattern, so far.   Cry Cry

oh wow...think I need a serious cup of crushed bull soul on ice to ponder all you have said, mr genuine.

btw where did you get the 6666 level from anyway?
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The curious question about the jews is why does nobody like them? Hitler was not the first Hitler, and he won't be the last. The jews have been kicked out of hundreds of places around the world over the last few thousand years. But why? What is it about them that makes them so detestable to, apparently, most of the world?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balfour_Declaration

When i read this over a few years back i went

ARE U FOR FXXKIN REAL


lets displace millions of people

now i do not hate followers (brainwashed) of evil c$%nts

but what was done here is inexcusable


"His Majesty's government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object"

Why why why

why if I am British do I give a flying f#$ck about these people


Perhaps the people who benefited from the Balfour Declaration promised to push for and finance America's entry into WWI, on the side of Britain.  Wink


Certainly did, banker barons got to the president of the US, somehow.. Germany had won by this time..

The Fed Comes Into its Own
https://www.federalreservehistory.org/essays/feds_role_during_wwi
Although the Fed focused on war finance at the expense of inflation during World War I, it emerged as a major player on the world stage after the war as it developed into a full-fledged central bank.



then the next big stab in the back to humanity the Treaty of Versailles
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February 12, 2018, 07:01:48 AM

Does anyone know if traditional forex markets sessions (frankfurt, london, new york, asia) have any impact on BTC (volume or volatility)  trading?
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February 12, 2018, 07:10:40 AM

back to rsk for a sec.: simplicity language for smart contracts seems much more popular right now https://youtu.be/OM3lmnytGfM?t=2h4m10s

Interesting. Thanks for the heads up. It certainly has a long way to go but could be useful.
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February 12, 2018, 07:24:43 AM

Rootstock is barely one or two steps away from ripple.
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February 12, 2018, 07:32:08 AM

Rootstock is barely one or two steps away from ripple.

The difference being that they acknowledge that the centralization is a flaw that is temporary and needs upgrades to Bitcoin to evolve, while Ripple wants to be the next central banking sector.
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February 12, 2018, 07:44:02 AM

" upgrades "
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February 12, 2018, 07:47:20 AM

ok stupid question time again.

what does "iT" stand for?? i see it all the time and cant figure it out from its usage.

With me its because of the stupid iPhone word correct.... make allways iT from it.....
Damn Apple trying to take credit for the entire IT industry.



and every "it" that ever was!
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February 12, 2018, 07:49:36 AM

The curious question about the jews is why does nobody like them? Hitler was not the first Hitler, and he won't be the last. The jews have been kicked out of hundreds of places around the world over the last few thousand years. But why? What is it about them that makes them so detestable to, apparently, most of the world?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balfour_Declaration

When i read this over a few years back i went

ARE U FOR FXXKIN REAL


lets displace millions of people

now i do not hate followers (brainwashed) of evil c$%nts

but what was done here is inexcusable


"His Majesty's government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object"

Why why why

why if I am British do I give a flying f#$ck about these people

Because countries are to a large extent just pawns on the chessboard of a few mentally deranged clowns that care more about stupid games than advancing humanity. I wonder how many more revolutions and generations it will take before governments either disappear entirely or start acting in the interest of humanity.
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February 12, 2018, 07:53:14 AM

ok stupid question time again.

what does "iT" stand for?? i see it all the time and cant figure it out from its usage.

With me its because of the stupid iPhone word correct.... make allways iT from it.....
Damn Apple trying to take credit for the entire IT industry.



and every "it" that ever was!
If you believed (contemporary) Apple fans that would actually be true. If I had never seen how ridiculous human behaviour can get I wouldn't believe God himself if he descended and told me that Apple was the most successful company on planet earth. I was very fond of it under Jobs, when the first iPods came out at a time where MP3 players barely fit a single album, but holy fuck has Apple turned into unimaginative and uninnovative shit.
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February 12, 2018, 07:59:17 AM

hourly fix indicates a bear party just round the cnr
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I am not believing that number. I guess instead of getting pictures next to huge piles of drugs and money they can just say "we found 20 million bitcoins on his computer".

Yup, it doesn't make sense for soooo many reasons:

1- Even if that amount were total revenue is still a lot for that marketplace nowadays

2- Much less if it is profit, as it should be in order to be stashed and sizeable

3- Even if it were (well, it isn't) it is VERY improbable that someone "owning" that amount would have not stopped and run long ago. Because, 1) if your dark market is so huge you know it will be taken down very soon 2) Being able to cash out that much is basically impossible if you can't prove a legit origin... so why risk trying to make more?

4- If all the previous is not enough.... He would have take precautions to split and secure his stash in different ways as to making basically impossible to seize it all, or even a major part of it. So... should be assume his holdings/profits were even higher that 100,000BTC?

Yeah, complete bullshit... I don't even think we are talking here about 10,000BTC seized.... but, at least, that would have been a somewhat reasonable figure. Most probably they sized almost NIL and that is just an "estimation" of what could be "inside" the seized equipment of the evil kingping.
If the profits were accumulated over several years then 100,000 BTC wouldn't really be a lot. Especially if they reinvested some of the proceeds into altcoins. Even at last year's $1000 per BTC the profits would "only" have to be 80~100 million. Go another year back and you're in the several dozen million range, which I don't think would be all that far fetched for a large scale drug operation. And turning 10m into 100m with altcoins over a span of one year wasn't really all that hard even with blind spray and pray "tactics", which could realistically result in $1 Billion worth of BTC today with 2-3 year operation.

Also, your point #4 assumes foresight on the guy's part. And based on how some of the darknet markets apparently got busted that would be quite a stretch. Apparently one market had the admin literally use his real fucking real email for both the market registration or newsletter (don't remember) and on public forums that had direct ties to his real identity.

People who go into ventures like drug dealing are not the sharpest spoons in the drawer. If they were, they would be making money without compromising their security (getting murdered and/or jailed) by producing something of value or playing the existing markets.
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February 12, 2018, 08:16:04 AM

WTF SPIKE.  Fat finger surely?
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February 12, 2018, 08:30:10 AM

... countries are to a large extent just pawns on the chessboard of a few mentally deranged clowns that care more about stupid games than advancing humanity. I wonder how many more revolutions and generations it will take before governments either disappear entirely or start acting in the interest of humanity.

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February 12, 2018, 08:32:56 AM


Bitcoinshit Bitcoinist is the Cryptsy of crypto news.

Their Editor Scott Fargo, (freak on the left) was balls deep in the Josh Garza Paycoin scam:



OOOPS!  Looks like Scott got the boot again! https://bitcoinist.com/about-us/



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