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February 15, 2018, 12:07:25 PM

Then again, I'm 62 years old...don't take the risk now...what will I have to talk about win or lose in the Nursing Home in 20 years or so? (planning I am) Smiley

Are you planning to own that Nursing Home? You'll probably receive a much better service if they know you're the owner.  Cheesy
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February 15, 2018, 12:08:49 PM

then tell us,

Comprar antes del 5 de marzo

Also seen here at the post that started your latest poetry on the subject.

http://es.lmgtfy.com/?q=Comprar+antes+del+5+de+marzo
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February 15, 2018, 12:10:27 PM

I bought my first coins back in 2013, and I am a permabull / maximalist. HOWEVER, it looks like we're entering a multi-year bear market.
https://youtu.be/vX1BjDHhuVk?t=54m58s


You attached a week old youtube clip interview of Richard Heart rage quitting BTC.. and pumping ETH and pumping his new alt coin...

Just because he proclaims a bunch of whiny bullshit, just like Mike Hearn whined about a few things in early 2016, and Mike Hearns rage quit did not cause BTC to fall or fail, merely because he said it....

Similarly here with Richard Heart... he seems to be very emotional and there are a lot fo folks who are confused by his sudden change and sentiment that seems to be based on feelings (and perhaps bias) rather than actual fundamentals or logic.
He probably "lost" a couple million and is now suicidal due to lack of foresight and understanding. "Lightning is online" (no it's fucking not). He either doesn't know what he's talking about or it's like you're suggesting and he's trying to manipulate markets. Without any success.

I understand that he has been a trusted and even a very strong voice in the past with a lot of no bullshit frank talk in support of bitcoin, but that interview came off as overly emotional and he lost something before or during the interview, and he was having difficultles holding it together or coming off as reasonable.
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February 15, 2018, 12:15:50 PM

then tell us,

Comprar antes del 5 de marzo

Also seen here at the post that started your latest poetry on the subject.

I am not going to do your puzzle, and sure it would be nice if you could just describe what you want to say, but apparently hide the ball is something that you prefer to employ, and whatever keep your secrets to yourself or take your balls and go home, whatever... let's move on with more meaningful discussions... including the depression of our current about $300 correction that put's us in the doldrums of BTC prices that are about the same as they were 10 hours ago... Fuck... all that progress, and then we suffer a BTC crash. 
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February 15, 2018, 12:17:59 PM

I bought my first coins back in 2013, and I am a permabull / maximalist. HOWEVER, it looks like we're entering a multi-year bear market.
https://youtu.be/vX1BjDHhuVk?t=54m58s


You attached a week old youtube clip interview of Richard Heart rage quitting BTC.. and pumping ETH and pumping his new alt coin...

Just because he proclaims a bunch of whiny bullshit, just like Mike Hearn whined about a few things in early 2016, and Mike Hearns rage quit did not cause BTC to fall or fail, merely because he said it....

Similarly here with Richard Heart... he seems to be very emotional and there are a lot fo folks who are confused by his sudden change and sentiment that seems to be based on feelings (and perhaps bias) rather than actual fundamentals or logic.
He probably "lost" a couple million and is now suicidal due to lack of foresight and understanding. "Lightning is online" (no it's fucking not). He either doesn't know what he's talking about or it's like you're suggesting and he's trying to manipulate markets. Without any success.

I understand that he has been a trusted and even a very strong voice in the past with a lot of no bullshit frank talk in support of bitcoin, but that interview came off as overly emotional and he lost something before or during the interview, and he was having difficultles holding it together or coming off as reasonable.
I've never heard of the guy, but if he used to be "no bullshit frank" then he certainly wasn't in this interview (at least not in the ~10 minutes that I've bothered watching). Not a single rational point that goes beyond the usual buzzword parroting that can often be found in other places on this forum or around "elite Economists". Has he been around for a while or did he just pop out of nowhere recently? If it's the former I don't really understand how you could make a polar flip even though the fundamentals haven't changed, certainly not for the worse.
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February 15, 2018, 12:22:04 PM
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$300 correction that put's us in the doldrums of BTC prices....

Hmm, 3% change has got you worked up, eh?

Look, if you cannot fathom a simple statement as "buy before...." perhaps you should put my puzzling ass on ignore.
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February 15, 2018, 12:24:57 PM

So ...

Some asshole tanked the price right before 10k?

That's the spirit ...
2k BTC was sold in 5 mins on bitfinex and simultaneously 2k dissapeared from the 5k wall at 11K price. Probably the same asshole. But the loss is his, not ours. BTC must consolidate first around 9600 before the next leg to 10K and beyond.
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February 15, 2018, 12:49:53 PM

Currently, I am thinking that I am shit out of luck until the GDAX support specialist communicates back with me, and maybe I won't be able to do much, until a few more days pass, and then I perhaps I can follow up by calling up support again to check on the status.

Anyone have similar circumstances to mine?

Anyone have any suggestions regarding possible ways to attempt to expedite the processing of my frozen GDAX trading matter?

Sounds like you are in limbo, yes. Sorry to hear. Never had such an issue myself. Then again, I've not had my account hacked. In retrospect, might you have asked GDAX to invalidate the hacked account?

No suggestions to offer.

Sux. Sorry to hear.
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February 15, 2018, 12:55:30 PM

Can’t say i”m impressed by that Richard Hart video. Guy seems deluded. Cool guy to hang out with. But not someone to trust with your finances. Take with a grain of salt.
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February 15, 2018, 01:10:04 PM

Lightest orderbook I've seen on Coinbase in a while.  Was about 11 to 13k btc sell side; now down in the 5k's.  Looks like no one wants to really sell now.
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February 15, 2018, 01:13:16 PM

Lightest orderbook I've seen on Coinbase in a while.  Was about 11 to 13k btc sell side; now down in the 5k's.  Looks like no one wants to really sell now.

Same in Bitstamp. Weak sell side, much stronger buy side.
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February 15, 2018, 01:36:30 PM

Hey Jbreher

What sort of a listing fee was paid by Bcash to Coinbase?

Does Brian Armstrong receive a regular payment in Bcash?

I would have no way of knowing. My reasoned guesses would be 'none' and 'no', respectively.
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February 15, 2018, 01:57:18 PM

jbreher:  I don't know if you response adequately outlines what you actually would do in such a extreme downwardly volatile situation.  Are you suggesting that at certain price points you would stop buying, or do you just change the amounts and the increments?

Well, my standing buy orders go down pretty far, albeit not all the way down to zero. If faced with such a decision, i think I'd probably just sit and wait for the price to come back up to me. But I might be tempted to buy more. Hmm'm...
 
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Let's talk real world numbers and the extent of your plan past 70% down...

OK, I'll come clean. The price fell below the bottom of my system in recent memory, when my bottom buy executed at $6750 (though I have another range of orders below that-- after a gap -- as well). I waited it out. I didn't need to wait very long. If it dragged on, I may have re strategized.
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February 15, 2018, 02:09:00 PM
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I ain't 'playing victim'. There is a wide gulf from permissionless innovation that you don't happen to care for, and outright lying in order to besmirch character.
I understood the first sentence, but I couldn't make sense of the second. Care to explain?

Certainly. MoA stated that I engaged in spamming in order to cripple Bitcoin Segwit. Of course, I have done nothing of the sort. As might be deduced from the fact that MoA was unable to provide a single shred of evidence for such an accusation. Ergo, MoA was lying. Likely in order to besmirch my character.

how about this ... just piss off you duplicitous tosser? This is no longer 'your' bitcoin after you have now pitched your tent at the Bcash shit-show circus along with Peter_R, the other daft thinkers and outright sociopath control freaks ... why do you really keep slinking back around here, to preach to us the error of segwit ways and straying from the One True Vision of Satoshi?? it's really kind of stalky and a bit creepy.

"besmirch your character" Huh it's an anonymous internet forum you plonker, who cares about your non-existent character?

.... and after all that I didn't say YOU specifically engaged in spamming just that you were from the cohort of Bcash idiots that were cheering on, encouraging and engaging in a myriad of despicable attacks on bitcoin, including spamming, to pump their shitcoin Bcash.

The amount of half-truths, lies, misinformation-spreading, slander and personal attacks against people in real life the deluded 'hard-fork now!' cultists have engaged in is disgusting, maybe heal thyself physician? Or are you just projecting the worst traits of your Bcash partners elsewhere to ease your conscience?

My conscience is clear. And your impotent railing at me is silly. You seem to be playing group identity politics here. If you want to call out some behavior of mine, then do so. But I am responsible only for myself. You cannot legitimately blame me for the actions of others. Our western systems of justice threw out that illegitimate anachronism centuries ago. Asshole.

Incidentally, this is indeed 'my' Bitcoin to the full extent that it is 'your' Bitcoin. I might suggest you ponder upon the meanings of the words 'permissionless' and 'uncensorable'. Nincompoop.
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February 15, 2018, 02:15:30 PM

Ah, now I see what "permissionless innovation that you don't happen to care for" means. The leveraging of open source assets is an intended possibility - a feature, so to say - and totally legit in my opinion, too. Kind of like dogecoin did. However, the naming, marketing and politics around Bcash is highly debatable. Well, that's my opinion anyway.

Riiight.... And the international trademark rights on the word Bitcoin are owned by...?
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February 15, 2018, 02:20:59 PM

By the way, as opposed to JJG's implementation, so to say, of this system, you do seem to have a ladder of sells/buys already set up, and you do your maintainance by removing debris - that is, orders at the same price but on the opposite side of the one just executed. At least, that is the way I understand it.

Nope. Standing buys at regular intervals below the current price, and standings sells at regular intervals above the current price. Two-interval gap in between. There is no removing to be done. When a sell executes, enter a corresponding buy at cheaper price. When a buy executes, enter a corresponding sell at a higher price.
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February 15, 2018, 02:29:12 PM

It seems the "old ones" doesn't understand what bitcoin is or the whole cryptocurrency. The so called experts are also old and calling all fud against bitcoin. Yet almost all crypto enthusiasts are the younger generation, mid 30's and below. There is the barrier. The technological gap between old and young. Give it a few years when we "young" are the old, then we'll see it flourish.

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Steady. You will find in this august thread many fine gentlemen of the older persuasion. That said, you're right, it is hard for someone in their fifties or more to change their mental and personal financial model utterly to suit the demands of bitcoin.

late 50's here. and when i heard of btc in 2011 i took to the concept like a dog to a bone.

dont forget us old farts have seen how the government and banks play with money "for our own good" and many of us trust the government/banks even less than the younger generation.

but maybe im an exception. lot of my friends around my age just dont get btc and wont get into it.
Yeah no that's right, 'hard' but not impossible. We are few but strong.

I'd venture to guess there are a fair number higher of us old codgers 'round these parts than these wet behind the ears whippersnappers are likely to imagine.
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February 15, 2018, 02:39:23 PM

For some reason I think I am even happier at current price than I was when we crossed it last time. Anyone else with the same feeling?

I am struggling trying to understand why is that so. Maybe it is just me, though.
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February 15, 2018, 02:40:44 PM

I bought my first coins back in 2013, and I am a permabull / maximalist. HOWEVER, it looks like we're entering a multi-year bear market.
https://youtu.be/vX1BjDHhuVk?t=54m58s
No it isn't, that guy talks about random bullshit buzzwords, not fundamentals or technicals.

> Everybody who's got money is in
> Total market cap of $463 Billion

Just lol.


Don’t even get me started on this video. He annoyed me so much the little pussy. He basically went long at 19k and got REKT
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February 15, 2018, 02:43:16 PM

For some reason I think I am even happier at current price than I was when we crossed it last time. Anyone else with the same feeling?

I am struggling trying to understand why is that so. Maybe it is just me, though.

It's the knowledge that we've just had a huge correction, so the chances of it happening again soon after we go up are slim Smiley
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