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I'll also take the opportunity to rant a bit. Out of those four I mentioned, one is AWOL, one is dead, and the other two are fervent supporters of Bitcoin over BCash. Bitcoin is much more closely aligned with the original cypherpunk principles that elevate privacy and decentralization.
It's not even worth discussing. A forkcoin more or less signed into existence by an agreement of a few commercial enterprises and kept alive by a single conglomerate through the use of dubious tactics...

That was aimed at the handful of bcash supporters/sympathizers here. Are you reading all this jbreher?  Wink

Yep. I simply do not agree that Bitcoin Cash is centralized any more than Bitcoin Segwit in any meaningful way. I realize that there is an oft-repeated narrative that Ver and Wu have made every significant decision in regards to Bitcoin Cash, but this view is utterly ignorant bullshit. And if all y'all would venture outside of this echo chamber of a walled garden, you'd likely realize that latter point as being the truth of the matter
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February 15, 2018, 02:45:28 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.

yes, I have the same feeling. Back in december it was pretty obvious that we will get a big correction. it now feels like a system reset, everything is back to zero.  the "system" runs much faster and smoother now. But zero is not zero, it's over $9000! <insert vegeta meme>.
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February 15, 2018, 02:54:30 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

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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
That would explain his complete and utter lack of understanding and arguments. I wonder if we'll still have people buying tops and selling bottoms in a thousand years, there's nothing particularly new happening in Bitcoin from a trading perspective, yet people keep making the same mistakes over and over.

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.

yes, I have the same feeling. Back in december it was pretty obvious that we will get a big correction. it now feels like a system reset, everything is back to zero.  the "system" runs much faster and smoother now. But zero is not zero, it's over $9000! <insert vegeta meme>.
Going up 24/7 is bound to make people anxious, after all everybody expects things to come back down at some point. Right now both the pumping and dumping phases seem to have ended, so the "back to zero" metaphor is quite fitting. Emotions reset and the outlook seems back to bullish or at least close to.
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February 15, 2018, 02:58:07 PM

So it starts... Grin
https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/02/european-bankers-scoff-at-bitcoin-for-its-risk-huge-energy-inefficiency/
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February 15, 2018, 03:03:48 PM

Old debunked arguments presented by the banksters instead of trying for a compromise. I really hope that the universe has a tendency to take care of this type of behaviour. But at the very least people do, which is where Bitcoin came from in the first place.
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February 15, 2018, 03:06:26 PM

Thanks for the opinions guys.

Yup, It's true, maybe more than "happier" it is that I just feel less "anxiety" because, either right or wrong, I have now less fear of an imminent (huge) correction. Plus we are already used to this price levels... and even 50% higher.

It was a necessary step I guess.
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February 15, 2018, 03:16:08 PM

Put your seat belts. We are going to $25k.  Cool

I hope it goes steady this time.
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February 15, 2018, 03:33:15 PM

Yep. I simply do not agree that Bitcoin Cash is centralized any more than Bitcoin Segwit in any meaningful way. I realize that there is an oft-repeated narrative that Ver and Wu have made every significant decision in regards to Bitcoin Cash, but this view is utterly ignorant bullshit. And if all y'all would venture outside of this echo chamber of a walled garden, you'd likely realize that latter point as being the truth of the matter

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February 15, 2018, 03:42:19 PM

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February 15, 2018, 03:45:30 PM

What's up with wordy man being a dick lately?

I see only quotes, but he's become more and more of a dick as time goes on, since no one can reach through the internet and bitch slap him.  Ignorance and Arrogance go hand in hand...

I thought by "wordy man" he was talking about JJG.
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What's up with wordy man being a dick lately?

I see only quotes, but he's become more and more of a dick as time goes on, since no one can reach through the internet and bitch slap him.  Ignorance and Arrogance go hand in hand...

I thought by "wordy man" he was talking about JJG.

I must admit I though that too.

Back on topic: too calm down here.

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What's up with wordy man being a dick lately?

I see only quotes, but he's become more and more of a dick as time goes on, since no one can reach through the internet and bitch slap him.  Ignorance and Arrogance go hand in hand...

I thought by "wordy man" he was talking about JJG.

I must admit I though that too.

Back on topic: too calm down here.


So did I, which struck me with surprise.
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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.

yes, I have the same feeling. Back in december it was pretty obvious that we will get a big correction. it now feels like a system reset, everything is back to zero.  the "system" runs much faster and smoother now. But zero is not zero, it's over $9000! <insert vegeta meme>.

$10,000 is no longer a 10x increase in <1 year, which was a bit of a stretch. Now $10K is a 50% retreat from the ATH, so it feels like we're just getting warmed up.
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February 15, 2018, 04:14:32 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.

yes, I have the same feeling. Back in december it was pretty obvious that we will get a big correction. it now feels like a system reset, everything is back to zero.  the "system" runs much faster and smoother now. But zero is not zero, it's over $9000! <insert vegeta meme>.

$10,000 is no longer a 10x increase in <1 year, which was a bit of a stretch. Now $10K is a 50% retreat from the ATH, so it feels like we're just getting warmed up.
That's what it feels like to me too. Second attempt go back above $10k, both of which were back to back today. Smells like we're back to 11~12k by next week, and then who knows.
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February 15, 2018, 04:20:20 PM

What's up with wordy man being a dick lately?

I see only quotes, but he's become more and more of a dick as time goes on, since no one can reach through the internet and bitch slap him.  Ignorance and Arrogance go hand in hand...

I thought by "wordy man" he was talking about JJG.

he wasn't?
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February 15, 2018, 04:38:01 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.

I don't know his details, but I believe that recently he was allowed to have a channel on the world crypto network, which is largely a bitcoin maximalist kind of perspective, and I am not sure if he put out any shows through that WCN relationship.  Heart's interview and flip flop got quite a bit of attention because he was known in the bitcoin maximalism community for several years.  I don't care to research into him too much, but I doubt that his voice is going away any time soon, and he seems to be a bit of a drama queen, too, so we will see how much additional attention he gets to his shifting position in the future.   
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February 15, 2018, 04:39:08 PM

What's up with wordy man being a dick lately?

I see only quotes, but he's become more and more of a dick as time goes on, since no one can reach through the internet and bitch slap him.  Ignorance and Arrogance go hand in hand...

I thought by "wordy man" he was talking about JJG.

he wasn't?

We need a wordy man meme....
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What's up with wordy man being a dick lately?

I see only quotes, but he's become more and more of a dick as time goes on, since no one can reach through the internet and bitch slap him.  Ignorance and Arrogance go hand in hand...

I thought by "wordy man" he was talking about JJG.

he wasn't?

If we are talking about Richard Heart I have a funny story.

He sent out a tweet a couple weeks ago with a poll asking "Do you think I am a scammer" ( )Yes  ( )N.  I responded to it in the same teenage girl vein it seemed to be sent in (this was during his ragesplosion) and checked YES. Wink

He banned me from his feed.

The loss has been hard for me to stomach.  Twitter is just not the same.  In fact I had to buy my own creepy candelabra and mount it to a mic stand just to feel right about the world again.  I am wondering if adding a silk shirt or two might make me feel even a little more better...
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February 15, 2018, 04:43:32 PM

$300 correction that put's us in the doldrums of BTC prices....

Hmm, 3% change is 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.

You seem to purposefully like to read certain peeps (perhaps yours truly out of context).  My asserted getting worked up about a 3% downfall in BTC price was meant as a bit facetiousness, and a means to exaggerate the impact of a price drop on me that brought BTC prices down less than half a day.

Regarding ignoring posters, maybe you could only wish for such?  I don't do it.  I actually would not mind giving you a merit for some post, but so far, I am having difficulties finding any kind of valuable posts of yours to merit.  In the end, I don't know what kind of fathoming I would need to do, if any, about your seemingly unimportant and ambiguous BTC price prediction statements.  I am certainly capable of deciding for myself how to categorize that kind of information.
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February 15, 2018, 04:48:28 PM

for the madness of the bitcoin can be central banks, and their mass demand for circulation has made it so many today that they have huge surpluses and other business debts, and those who have huge surpluses are speculating or wanting even more, and when they spiced the usual people who have surpluses whether they are male or have borrowed on it because they too want to get rich so quickly at the end will stay two groups one of which big  pull out and the types that are overwork but it does not mean that for all this can central  banks and their irresponsible policy that is not about nothing better than cryptocoin  itself, so it's also just speculative and when the central bank created the masses of speculators, then it is clear that they created their god called "cryptocoins"  and now pray to him ....

Amen  Wink    kiss of true  Kiss  what you dont like  Cheesy Wink

Soo if we look how many peta trillions of usa potrodollar are printed(and other western chips) .. yes bitcoin can growe to milions per unit...from printed money
somebody have billions and dont know what to do with them and other have debts..  soo we can create crypto chips and make another game of "wallstreet " on stereoids
pump up style just make inflation on real "fiat" and more pressure on central banks in every state in petrodollar vassals states world  .. soo collaps will just faster here ..watch 2020  Cheesy

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