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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 2 (1.6%)
<$6,500 - 7 (5.5%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.8%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.6%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.4%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (4.7%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.1%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (9.4%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (10.2%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 7 (5.5%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (4.7%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (8.7%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 12 (9.4%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 16 (12.6%)
>$9,500 - 16 (12.6%)
$20,000 - 9 (7.1%)
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February 20, 2018, 04:27:49 AM
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Is JayJuanGee really pretending he's some type of financial or economics genius now because he was accidentally on the right side of a pump and dump? LOL.

Also, check out my new protege:

"With mass immigration, especially from Africa, our worst nightmares can come true." - Viktor Orban

"The Hungarian leader has advocated “ethnic homogeneity” and compared Soros, a Jew, to a puppet master unleashing immigration onto Europe to undermine its cultural and economic integrity."

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-19/christianity-europes-last-hope-hungarys-orban-calls-global-anti-migrant-alliance

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February 20, 2018, 04:41:53 AM

Eth lagging badly Huh
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February 20, 2018, 04:47:14 AM

Eth lagging badly Huh

Maybe people are trying to cash out before it goes to zero?

http://www.businessinsider.com/ethereum-founder-warns-cryptocurrencies-could-drop-to-near-zero-at-any-time-2018-2

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February 20, 2018, 04:51:47 AM


That means btc will go to .01Cents

Its probably the j3wz
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February 20, 2018, 04:52:53 AM

Eth lagging badly Huh

Whilst ETC is almost at ATH already..... eth/etc flippening?
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BCash is a shitcoin just like all the other Bitcoin XXX....

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Eth lagging badly Huh

ETH is one major shithole and it will not going anywhere.

ETH is NOT decentralised, ETH is NOT a world super computer. I'm wiping my ass off with diarrhea with ETH  Undecided

Rootstock will bring a real smart contract platform to Bitcoin.
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February 20, 2018, 05:02:06 AM

Maybe Eth will do better when it gets over $1k
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February 20, 2018, 05:10:19 AM

BCash is a shitcoin just like all the other Bitcoin XXX....

All 1400 coins released are valueless, imaginary tokens.  Barbarians asked for gold and silver to not sack Rome.  Under no circumstance will you ever see the US govt say to some nation:  "Hey fags, give us your shitcoins or we're launching the nukes, bitchez", because...they can just create their own new shitcoin out of thin air.  It's valueless fiat currency 2.0.
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February 20, 2018, 05:12:49 AM

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I don't like to be very specific to avoid profiling (as if anyone would be interested in profiling me... call me paranoid). I will try though:

1) $100K would be ok. ...

I hope that has covered all the questions without giving more information about me than I would be confident. Oh and I already have a nice home, fine car and am completely DEBT FREE (Not thanks to Bitcoin as I have never cashed out a single penny yet). And no children nor family to support. That makes my current needs very modest and easy to fullfill, even if for the rest of my lifetime (not there YET... unless I were to die in a decade or two).

I think that you have adequately answered all of the questions. so thanks for that.  I don't really believe that we need to disclose any of our specific BTC holdings in order to discuss at what levels of prices would allow us to make substantial life changes due to BTC price rises (or anticipated rises). 

Sometimes you will find me and others baiting posters into disclosing aspects of their BTC holdings and surely any of us will understand if you keep some of your specifics private.

I believe that with a large number of traditional investments, they theorize that you should be able to withdraw around 4% per year from your investment in order to maintain the principle in the long run...   It is possible that bitcoin could perform so well that it allows for higher withdrawal rate levels that would still preserve the principle - including the possibility of 10% per year withdrawals... but conservatively 4% is usually safe with a traditionally diversified portfolio of investments....

so one thing is withdrawing and maintaining the principle, and another thing is if you decide to draw down on your principle as well of course none of us will live for ever and one of the most certain things in our life is that we are going to die.. not meaning to end on a negative note.


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February 20, 2018, 05:28:33 AM

BCash is a shitcoin just like all the other Bitcoin XXX....



Wow.  that list is getting a bit long!
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The writing style does not seem like Tera..... I suppose that the account may have been sold?    She can report that, and maybe admins will freeze usage account?  but if they have no way of verifying who is the real Tera, then they might let it keep operating with the new owner... then we might get a publicly displayed battle between Tera and Tera2, perhaps?
Perhaps some DT members would flag the Tera account if admins won't recover it.


I am not sure what is exactly going on with Tera because sometimes what happens is that the member is not sufficiently persistent in the attempt to get the account back - or let the stolen account stay in the hands of the other for too long, and thereafter it becomes more ambiguous regarding who is the original owner. 

DT members do flag accounts as stolen, that is for sure... can also hit the report button in order to attempt to get attention to moderators... but if you are not the real owner, then it becomes harder for you to prove that the account seems different.

Some kind of similar thing happened with AdamstgBit.  He was not persistent in trying to get the account back, but part of his reason was that he also became disgruntled towards forum admins, too.
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February 20, 2018, 05:38:10 AM

wishing I had 1btc for every word JayJuanGee typed
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February 20, 2018, 05:43:10 AM

I don't know if moderators can edit (rather than delete) posts, but it would be nice to go through all of jbreher's contributions - some of which raise valid points and contain factually correct, useful information - and

s/Bitcoin Segwit/Bitcoin/g
s/Bitcoin Cash/BCash/g

with a FTFY note in the end, for correctness and clarity.

No sorry the mods can't do that. I remember serious legal threats on another forum when a mod actually altered someone else's post.

This raises a question I've pondered a bit. A few days ago someone requested that the OP of this thread be updated with links to more modern charting tools, etc.

That's not a bad suggestion. However, I'm more of the frame of mind that the OP is basically still Adam's, and should remain untouched for historical purposes anyway.


I agree that you should leave the whole of Adam's OP untouched.  However, I also think that it would be good if you could put your own expectations in the OP - probably before the Text of the OP of Adam...

Probably, give your short rendition of the history and when you took it over.

 You could even say something like I agree with everything that Adam said - except and then list all of the exceptions or the new guidelines that you would like to notify and maybe there would not be too many exceptions - because you do seem to have carried out the largely hands off (except for obvious trollers) tradition pretty well.  At the same time, I would hope that you would NOT get too rough on us... ... We would not want you to transform yourself into anything close to resembling a Meuh6879 - hahahahahaha..


Edit: Bitserve beat me to it, and used way fewer words, too... go figure.
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February 20, 2018, 05:49:05 AM

Is JayJuanGee really pretending he's some type of financial or economics genius now because he was accidentally on the right side of a pump and dump? LOL.

Well, Roachie Poachie.. let me 'splain sum ting 2 u.

Wat's ever u dooo, u do NOTS wanna get's ur selfie, roachie poachied.

Udder dan dat, no muchie 'splainin can b dun nor neeeded. 

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February 20, 2018, 05:49:25 AM

Say nothing at all.   Let newcomers figure it out. Sink or swim.  
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Wow.  that list is getting a bit long!


WHAT? So much shit already arisen? Bitcoin is one and stick to it. 11500$ is a great price. But the war has only just begin Cool
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I don't like to be very specific to avoid profiling (as if anyone would be interested in profiling me... call me paranoid). I will try though:

1) $100K would be ok. ...

I hope that has covered all the questions without giving more information about me than I would be confident. Oh and I already have a nice home, fine car and am completely DEBT FREE (Not thanks to Bitcoin as I have never cashed out a single penny yet). And no children nor family to support. That makes my current needs very modest and easy to fullfill, even if for the rest of my lifetime (not there YET... unless I were to die in a decade or two).

I think that you have adequately answered all of the questions. so thanks for that.  I don't really believe that we need to disclose any of our specific BTC holdings in order to discuss at what levels of prices would allow us to make substantial life changes due to BTC price rises (or anticipated rises). 

Sometimes you will find me and others baiting posters into disclosing aspects of their BTC holdings and surely any of us will understand if you keep some of your specifics private.

I believe that with a large number of traditional investments, they theorize that you should be able to withdraw around 4% per year from your investment in order to maintain the principle in the long run...   It is possible that bitcoin could perform so well that it allows for higher withdrawal rate levels that would still preserve the principle - including the possibility of 10% per year withdrawals... but conservatively 4% is usually safe with a traditionally diversified portfolio of investments....

so one thing is withdrawing and maintaining the principle, and another thing is if you decide to draw down on your principle as well of course none of us will live for ever and one of the most certain things in our life is that we are going to die.. not meaning to end on a negative note.


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February 20, 2018, 06:11:18 AM

wishing I had 1btc for every word JayJuanGee typed

one satoshi might be sufficient to make you a fiat millionaire in a relatively short period of time.
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February 20, 2018, 06:31:34 AM

[edited out]

I don't like to be very specific to avoid profiling (as if anyone would be interested in profiling me... call me paranoid). I will try though:

1) $100K would be ok. ...

I hope that has covered all the questions without giving more information about me than I would be confident. Oh and I already have a nice home, fine car and am completely DEBT FREE (Not thanks to Bitcoin as I have never cashed out a single penny yet). And no children nor family to support. That makes my current needs very modest and easy to fullfill, even if for the rest of my lifetime (not there YET... unless I were to die in a decade or two).

I think that you have adequately answered all of the questions. so thanks for that.  I don't really believe that we need to disclose any of our specific BTC holdings in order to discuss at what levels of prices would allow us to make substantial life changes due to BTC price rises (or anticipated rises). 

Sometimes you will find me and others baiting posters into disclosing aspects of their BTC holdings and surely any of us will understand if you keep some of your specifics private.

I believe that with a large number of traditional investments, they theorize that you should be able to withdraw around 4% per year from your investment in order to maintain the principle in the long run...   It is possible that bitcoin could perform so well that it allows for higher withdrawal rate levels that would still preserve the principle - including the possibility of 10% per year withdrawals... but conservatively 4% is usually safe with a traditionally diversified portfolio of investments....

so one thing is withdrawing and maintaining the principle, and another thing is if you decide to draw down on your principle as well of course none of us will live for ever and one of the most certain things in our life is that we are going to die.. not meaning to end on a negative note.


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Which part?  Are you signing and referring to yourself, or did you have some kind of an emotional outburst that you could not contain?.

Might you NOT understand that a large portion of any battle when interacting through quasi-anonymous forums is not to lose your cool? 

The principle seems to apply in real life interactions, too... that is assuming that you are a person rather than a bot.
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