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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.8%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.7%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (2.1%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.8%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 26 (18.3%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 23 (16.2%)
$10,500-10,999 - 12 (8.5%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 13 (9.2%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 10 (7%)
>$12,000 - 30 (21.1%)
>$20,000 - 11 (7.7%)
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February 23, 2018, 03:51:38 PM

So, pee pare ur selfie for either direction, including DOOM..... but not necessarily gonna happen.

Give us something to work with BMB.... What be happening with uie?

My BTC to cash ratio is about the same as yours, give or take. But I'm obviously not as serene about it as you are.


Maybe some zen meditation is in order?

I mean really dude (or dudette).  We already had our selfies a 70% price correction, and where is the bad news, exactly?

It could be the case that the implosion of various alts are kind of dragging down BTC, but we actually have clear paths ahead for segwit and lightning, and look at those transaction fees and times, low as fuck (just showing that the long-ass spamming attack had been clogging up blockchain matters for quite a long time)...

Anyhow, BTC fundamentals seem to be doing quite good, so I don't see why any HODLer should be freaking the fuck out regarding the "normal" ups and down of bitcoin.

Recall that an aspect of bitcoin that it the most easily counted upon would be its volatility.  In other words, we do not have any guarantees of either UP or DOWN, but we have as close as we could get guarantee to volatility. 

So hang onto your panties (and all the pants you commandeered), and we should be able to make it through these trying (but seemingly expected) BTC volatility times.   Kiss
I would argue that BTC fundamentals are better than ever. The fact that we didn't go back to last year's initial price yet despite China type bans and all the FUD means that the biggest hodlers understand that governments and CBs have already lost the battle. It's just a matter of acting out the play for the masses now.

And from a technological perspective we're obviously much better off than we have been just a year ago as well, so any and every reason that people would've had for selling off (other than panic sales) has already been shown to be irrelevant for the future of Bitcorns.
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February 23, 2018, 03:54:03 PM

Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men.
Couldn't put Humpty together again.


This got me some instant flashbacks to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ12X3_7JAA
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February 23, 2018, 03:57:26 PM
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I'm gonna buy a robot mop. I like gadgets, having money to waste on toys is fun.

Wait long enough and you can just buy the whole robot.  Robo-maid?
Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.
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I'm gonna buy a robot mop. I like gadgets, having money to waste on toys is fun.

Wait long enough and you can just buy the whole robot.  Robo-maid?
Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.
Humanoid Gordon Ramsay. Those will be the days. I'd take a robo maid as long as it looks realistic though.
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February 23, 2018, 04:02:05 PM

I'm gonna buy a robot mop. I like gadgets, having money to waste on toys is fun.

Wait long enough and you can just buy the whole robot.  Robo-maid?
Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.

I remember in the 80's they kept implying this was just around the corner. So far, all we have is Roomba. However, having handheld computers that also makes phone calls certainly beats the first computer that I had.



Edit: I guess this was technically the 1st computer that I had. But all it did was play video games.


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February 23, 2018, 04:04:50 PM

I'm gonna buy a robot mop. I like gadgets, having money to waste on toys is fun.

Wait long enough and you can just buy the whole robot.  Robo-maid?
Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.
Humanoid Gordon Ramsay. Those will be the days. I'd take a robo maid as long as it looks realistic though.

Android Gordon Ramsay with your kitchen knives!?!?

Oh hell no.
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February 23, 2018, 04:05:42 PM
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I really don't appreciate this additional gag gift the bear whales are serving up today. Gee whiz, my 50th hasn't even arrived in my part of the world, yet. Come on BTC markets, you have a little less than 12 hours to turn this around.  Angry Friday is going to be hard enough for me.  Cry
Whine and you shall receive!  Cheesy

Hope this trend holds. Waking up to $10,000+ BTC was a nice birthday surprise. Please BTC, don't make my 50th harder than it already is.

    For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow
    For he's a jolly good fellow (pause), and so say all of us
    And so say all of us, and so say all of us
    For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow
    For he's a jolly good fellow (pause), and so say all of us!
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February 23, 2018, 04:11:42 PM

The main thing I pointed out with this is that bitcoin doesn't actually offer anything practical for doing business.

... and another one added to the ignore list. Jesus...

I tried to warn you
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February 23, 2018, 04:17:57 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.
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February 23, 2018, 04:20:54 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

So you're using blockchain technology that isn't derived in some way from the Bitcoin code? Roll Eyes You do realize the blockchain was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto, right?
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February 23, 2018, 04:21:24 PM

I'm gonna buy a robot mop. I like gadgets, having money to waste on toys is fun.

Wait long enough and you can just buy the whole robot.  Robo-maid?
Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.
Humanoid Gordon Ramsay. Those will be the days. I'd take a robo maid as long as it looks realistic though.

Android Gordon Ramsay with your kitchen knives!?!?

Oh hell no.
Oh hell yeah. Good food is worth taking some risks.
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Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.

That's their purpose, isn't it ?
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February 23, 2018, 04:22:36 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

So you're using blockchain technology that isn't derived from the Bitcoin code? You do realize the blockchain was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto, right?
Clearly he is saying that blockchain technology works fine with altcoins.
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February 23, 2018, 04:25:15 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.
Bitcorn isn't all about the underlying technology. One crucial factor of what makes it relevant at all is the decentralization aspect. And you don't really get that with Ether, and not at all with Ripple. The same factor requires adoption, and right now even banks (the main target of XRP) don't give a flying fuck about Ripple (the coin).
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February 23, 2018, 04:30:46 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?
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February 23, 2018, 04:33:42 PM

We goin down again?
Comon bulls. Don’t drop the ball.
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February 23, 2018, 04:34:15 PM

In this reality these things just don't have the needed mechanics for the job..
Don't take me as a pessimist by this. I think that in the future we will have an cryptoasset that is able to break this currency boundary and will be able to actually offer an predictable value without the need for the support of fiat value.

And this so called future cryptoasset would look like what exactly, Mr. Genius?

Put up or shut up. Criticize or create.

All you fkn idiot trolls are the same. You come with heaps of smarmy handwaving and criticism, but offer zero solutions.

It would look like a crypto asset with a value stabilization mechanism? Smiley
Not sure if you checked the fundamentals? https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Controlled_supply

One BTC remains one BTC. A scheduled (!) halving/inflation. Stable enough for me. Cool
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February 23, 2018, 04:35:21 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?

Perhaps whoever revived this old newbie account from the grave should change the signature. Right now it reads "Buy Bitcoin" Cheesy Plus the text "Bitcoin is good and the rest is evil," appearing under his name is a real hoot. Comes off as some real cognitive dissonance issues.  Roll Eyes
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February 23, 2018, 04:37:21 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?

Perhaps whoever revived this old newbie account from the grave should change the signature. Right now it reads "Buy Bitcoin" Cheesy

If you read past posts (2015) the previous owner was a Bitcoin maximalist.
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You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?

Perhaps whoever revived this old newbie account from the grave should change the signature. Right now it reads "Buy Bitcoin" Cheesy

If you read past posts (2015 and before) the previous owner was a Bitcoin maximalist.

Maybe he is pissed because he tried to recover his private keys from back in 2015 and was unsuccessful. Or maybe he finally realized he could move out of his Mom's basement with the BTC he bought back in 2015, and discovered that his MOM threw out the USB drive that his wallet.dat was stored on.
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