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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
October - 16 (23.9%)
November - 10 (14.9%)
December - 22 (32.8%)
2022 - 11 (16.4%)
After 2022 - 8 (11.9%)
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March 01, 2018, 12:37:16 PM

Shorts losing some dominance.  Ratio of longs to shorts 1.5:1 and rising slowly.
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March 01, 2018, 12:40:50 PM

jeezus!

seems like everyone and their brother on the WO are all band dudes.

maybe start one of those thingies where you share a  jam online.

ie... upload a track of whatever then everyone adds there own track. theres an app for that, yeah?

wordy man can do the lyrics...

 

right chaps, ready?...

 

bitcoin blues in E major! .... I    2   3   4 

 

 

funny band story...

after finishing a gig on new band night we started loading out our gear, owner tells us to stop.

"No loading out till all bands done playing! "

we're like.... "WHAT? that’s not until 2am and we all have day jobs!!"

owners like....."says so right in the contract your agent signed!"

me...." wtf?? we don’t have no agent and didn’t sign no stinkin contract! This was a freebie so

quit makin shit up and unbolt the damn door so we can leave! "

Owner....  "NOPE.! "

We ended up calling the cops claiming we were being held against our will, lol.

They arrived shortly and ordered the owner to let us go and escorted us to our van.

Needless to say we never played that club again.....
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March 01, 2018, 12:51:20 PM

We are going to see a widespread shift of financial instruments onto blockchains.  None of this blockchain for dentists - no one gives a shit about that.  But definitely blockchain for all sorts of peer to peer lending, insurance and other exotic instruments not even dreamed up yet.  
In fact, they are going nuts over any sort of project that can be Blockchained. There are blockchain job titles popping up everywhere. So many unemployed of tomorrow, I wonder what they will work on after all this hype
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March 01, 2018, 01:07:31 PM

We are going to see a widespread shift of financial instruments onto blockchains.  None of this blockchain for dentists - no one gives a shit about that.  But definitely blockchain for all sorts of peer to peer lending, insurance and other exotic instruments not even dreamed up yet.  
In fact, they are going nuts over any sort of project that can be Blockchained. There are blockchain job titles popping up everywhere. So many unemployed of tomorrow, I wonder what they will work on after all this hype

Might put them to work building walls round holders' estates, or the roads between, or farm work, or scavenging. There'll be plenty to do.
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Toronto totally lost the plot, or jumped the shark.
https://learn.utoronto.ca/interactive-course-search#/profile/3389
This is some retarded shit tbh

Should be called 'How to implement an inefficient Blockchain in 99.99% of use cases where all I needed was a Relational Database"

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March 01, 2018, 01:33:11 PM

Toronto totally lost the plot, or jumped the shark.
https://learn.utoronto.ca/interactive-course-search#/profile/3389
This is some retarded shit tbh

Should be called 'How to implement an inefficient Blockchain in 99.99% of use cases where all I needed was a Relational Database"



Meanwhile MSM is publishing puff pieces like this:
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While 2017 was considered a time of experimentations for the still-evolving technology, as businesses came to see both its benefits and challenges, this year is considered a crucial year as enterprises move from proof-of-concept projects to full blockchain deployments.
https://www.computerworld.com/article/3258848/blockchain/as-blockchain-heats-up-so-do-job-prospects-for-devs.html

Wut?? Full metal blockchain who now??
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March 01, 2018, 02:10:17 PM

Again, I could be way out of line here, but look at this for a minute. And this is the cream of the crop. There are 'conferences' all over the place, doing 'talks'
Really? Is this Bitcoin now? 'FinTech'. Give me one good reason.
It's not amazing.
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March 01, 2018, 02:14:19 PM

Step right up, get your tickets to the Smart Contract Legislation Seminar. Because blockchain, I guess.
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March 01, 2018, 02:15:49 PM

As long as it all leads to more people of the world buying bitcoin, then I could give a rip how much they and institutions wanna overhype Blockchain tech.
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March 01, 2018, 02:17:30 PM

Finaliy some movement up but  at low volume.
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March 01, 2018, 02:20:26 PM
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As long as it all leads to more people of the world buying bitcoin, then I could give a rip how much they and institutions wanna overhype Blockchain tech.

Well, I don't like to be surrounded by silly. But I suppose.
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March 01, 2018, 02:32:04 PM

'Whatever it is, I'm against it'. -Marx
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March 01, 2018, 02:57:02 PM

Run run the patty roller will get you
Run nigger run well you better get away...

Run motherfucker run
Run nigga run nigga
Duck nigga duck nigga
Run mother fucker run

Aint bad..)))   Cheesy Cheesy
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Again, I could be way out of line here, but look at this for a minute. And this is the cream of the crop. There are 'conferences' all over the place, doing 'talks'
Really? Is this Bitcoin now? 'FinTech'. Give me one good reason.
It's not amazing.


Seems like even those conferences are into bands. A crypto band?







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March 01, 2018, 03:59:52 PM

I believe that there will be a rise again in the course of the weekend. I guess it will be a move, let's see how this happens.



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March 01, 2018, 04:02:58 PM

Are you guys seeing the Overstock.com pump and dump unfolding? Lol, classic

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/01/overstock-com-drops-10-percent-after-revealing-sec-investigation.html
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March 01, 2018, 04:06:37 PM

alt markets are all over the place today - any idea whats causing the volatility?
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March 01, 2018, 04:11:23 PM

10% fall after a tripling of the price isnt a big deal.   S&P is falling alot, maybe stronger USD
Seems like even those conferences are into bands. A crypto band?




Actually that was a big deal.   I read an idea to release music on a blockchain, so distribution would be very cheap and somehow also secure in copyright control ?   Actually cant remember how they were going to do that.

In theory sounds like it'd be massive if they achieved this, of course a person could still just record the music playing or whatever media and reencode it.


The pin I mentioned held, decent rise from some support.  Bullish above 10629 say , 10727 a mark to beat short term.   That seems calling it far too precise, must be sideways btc
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As long as it all leads to more people of the world buying bitcoin, then I could give a rip how much they and institutions wanna overhype Blockchain tech.

Well, I don't like to be surrounded by silly. But I suppose.

Neither do I. But having been in the IT industry for two and a half decades, I can safely say that I've seen my fair share of IT 'hype cycles' based on emerging new tech.

Corporations haven't ever got a clue what to do with these new emerging technologies or how to make money from them (their ultimate goal). So they hire a few bleeding edge, high cost 'Consultants' to come in and educate them, tell them what to build, and finally build a useless prototype/ pilot project that ends up costing a year or three and a few million $$$. 99 times out of 100, the pilot project gets deployed in Dev and shown off to a few executives, who immediately question the full follow-on multi-year project's ROI value, and the pilot goes completely nowhere and eventually gets shut down and forgotten.

This pattern has repeated over and over as long as I have been in IT. And I'm sure it will continue far into the future...

Companies like IBM, Deloitte & Touche and Accenture have made hundreds of millions on hyping these emerging technologies. But they end of up costing their gullible clients far more than any return they could ever hope to get back.
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March 01, 2018, 04:37:41 PM

Are you guys seeing the Overstock.com pump and dump unfolding? Lol, classic

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/01/overstock-com-drops-10-percent-after-revealing-sec-investigation.html

Cnbc says George Soros' firm is the the third-largest shareholder in overstock, He says bitcoin is a bubble, then heavily invests in overstock.  Roll Eyes


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George Soros' firm also disclosed a 2.47 million-share stake in Overstock in the fourth quarter, according to a required filing with the SEC in February. That makes Soros Fund Management the third-largest shareholder, behind Patrick Byrne and Morgan Stanley Investment Management, according to FactSet.
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