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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
October - 19 (26.4%)
November - 12 (16.7%)
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2022 - 11 (15.3%)
After 2022 - 8 (11.1%)
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March 10, 2018, 04:55:30 AM

I browsed like the 1st few pages of this thread just for shits and giggles.
holy crap!! all these heros and legends I've never seen before.
small wonder.
 they are all long since millionaires by now and don't waste their time here anymore... lol

... And many of them who sold and the train left without them.
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March 10, 2018, 04:57:13 AM

I browsed like the 1st few pages of this thread just for shits and giggles.
holy crap!! all these heros and legends I've never seen before.
small wonder.
 they are all long since millionaires by now and don't waste their time here anymore... lol

... And many of them who sold and the train left without them.

yeah them too   Cheesy
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March 10, 2018, 04:59:53 AM

It’s just the little people left now. 

Really?  Seems like plenty of long timers still posting...
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March 10, 2018, 05:01:53 AM

Has anyone identified what exchange the coins were sold on?  Do we have any actual evidence that the coins were sold on market or is it just speculation ?

Kraken. Kraken released a statement about it.

So Kraken offered their dark pool services, and Mr. Kobayashi wasn't havin' any of that noise? Market sell that monster. What could have motivated such a decision? Carnage?
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March 10, 2018, 05:11:49 AM

Has anyone identified what exchange the coins were sold on?  Do we have any actual evidence that the coins were sold on market or is it just speculation ?

It’s FUD.

I also see people drawing their 20k downtrend lines too high, not even touching the 17k candles therefore they think we are still in the bearish flag, but we are actually just above it again ~9k. So there.  Grin we got the .5 fib on us at 9360 and the 38.1 at 10k or so (if looking at 5800 low 11800 high).
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Last edit: March 10, 2018, 05:27:42 AM by HI-TEC99

I browsed like the 1st few pages of this thread just for shits and giggles.
holy crap!! all these heros and legends I've never seen before.
small wonder.
 they are all long since millionaires by now and don't waste their time here anymore... lol

... And many of them who sold and the train left without them.

yeah them too   Cheesy

I'd be surprised if one in ten of them is rich. Most probably sold too soon.

A legendary called arklan once had a shit load of Bitcoins, but lost them all before the price mooned. He sold ten to his brother for something like $100, and he had to sell some others for various reasons. He was here before this thread began.



doesn't help i sold 10 BTC to my brother back in 2013 at around 100 a pop... argh. i've got less then .04 now...
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March 10, 2018, 05:18:29 AM

What could have motivated such a decision? Carnage?

I'm guessing Hanlon's razor in a big way. Or possibly Heinlein's Razor if you want to get conspiratorial.


Must. Sell. Coins. (Crush people.)
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March 10, 2018, 05:30:17 AM

-edited-
It's VERY POSSIBLE we hang out to the side for a while BEFORE actually fulfilling the EVENTS shown with WHITE text bubbles. If it did this (which I've seen before) it would be a mixture of Accumulation Schematic #1 and #2.

As I've said in a previous post:   I've found - When comparing Wyckoff Accumulation Schematics to crypto currency pairs AFTER a major consolidation event - the highs of the Automatic Rallies in Phase A are hardly ever near the same level as the highs of automatic rallies in phase B. So, do NOT assume Phase A "highs" on crypto currency charts MUST look the same or similar to that which is seen in a Wyckoff Accumulation Schematic. That schematic is ONLY an example and by no means implies the price action MUST play out EXACTLY as depicted in the Schematic.

+1 WOsMerit

Nice info in your post. I agree with what you are saying for the most part. The data I am looking at agrees. Here is the most recent look.
Resistance is still in the 9.3k range but if that is breached it looks like clear sailing to 9.5k. Volume has decreased as Bulls appear undecided.


not the point

nobody wants fucking fiat ffs

I feel you..I would have done done things differently but whats done is done and I do not believe it was done with ill intent. Everything that I have seen tells me that it might have been a good thing in the long run.

Here's the thing, where I come from it was Blindman's Bluff. We would never have played Buff. It makes no sense in my language unless I'm holding a shine rag to one of V8's personal automobiles, or his shoes.


Or Russian roulette..I agree. I think there were reasons..but will we ever know? Doubt it.

I browsed like the 1st few pages of this thread just for shits and giggles.
holy crap!! all these heros and legends I've never seen before.
small wonder.
 they are all long since millionaires by now and don't waste their time here anymore... lol

This forum has more interesting topics about bitcoin and every other subject really that you can imagine. Its what drew me here in the first place. Digging back through the pages where legends walked is inspiring for me.


It’s just the little people left now. 

Cheer up Hairy..its not all that bad is it?

What could have motivated such a decision? Carnage?

I'm guessing Hanlon's razor in a big way. Or possibly Heinlein's Razor if you want to get conspiratorial.


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March 10, 2018, 05:55:40 AM

I am curious what would happen if someone would perform the same schtick with randos on the street (most likely nocoiners), but with bitcoin instead of gold. For gold see:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndshbH3qZ6Yhttp

my prediction: same result (no takers).
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March 10, 2018, 06:01:24 AM

Does anyone have a link to the Kraken statement that says coins were sold on Kraken?  

I have seen this but this doesn’t say that the coins were sold on Kraken - it suggests Kraken was completely unaware.  



Creditors report shown below.  There is no mention of whether the coins were sold on or off exchange.



I’m not convinced the coins were sold on exchange. The Mt Gox transfers are not linked to any known exchange account afaik.    I am starting to think the coins were sold OTC and this is all a bullshit FUD campaign.
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Seems bitcoin wants to party tonight.
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March 10, 2018, 06:23:47 AM

why did we stop after 2 nukes again?
wat

Smug ass Nipponese legal shenanigans are pissing me right the fuck off.

It's possible the man just didn't realize the carnage he was unleashing.

Yes.  After the fifth sale I image the pattern was just starting to emerge for him.
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March 10, 2018, 06:58:47 AM

I'm guessing Hanlon's razor in a big way. Or possibly Heinlein's Razor if you want to get conspiratorial.
I grew up with most/all of Robert A. Heinlein's  written output.

I particularly enjoyed The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
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March 10, 2018, 07:07:27 AM

Buying stopped at 9500... looked like free run to 10k though...maybe some resistance at 9550...
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March 10, 2018, 07:13:35 AM

We basically have the rest of 2018 to play around in this price zone. Nothing is lost yet; from my perspective it is a waiting game while all clever boys and girls continue to build the crypto infrastructure.

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March 10, 2018, 07:30:56 AM

Neo is down for maintenance again:   https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@kjnk/neo-s-blockchain-goes-under-maintenance-as-blockchain-stalls-again
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March 10, 2018, 07:31:15 AM

We basically have the rest of 2018 to play around in this price zone. Nothing is lost yet; from my perspective it is a waiting game while all clever boys and girls continue to build the crypto infrastructure.



Well maybe Ethereum or Ripple will overtake BTC then...
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NEO... I believe!
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March 10, 2018, 07:36:34 AM

No way could I ever work for somebody else now, been out on my own even without bitcoin for 10 years. I remember being 19/20 & being told to put the kettle on for an office full of people.
I remember being 5/10 minutes late for work a bunch of times & panicking about it.
 
I’d ratter die than go back to that kind of humiliating existence.

Me too. Been job-free for 42 years now.

I guess I'm lucky because my father was self-employed for as long as I can remember and so I wasn't brainwashed with the idea of a "regular job" since early childhood.
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When I was in kindergarten I was shown watercress growing wild in a creek in what is now a drained park in Toronto. I filled a 4 quart basket with cress and stopped by at the grocery store on my way home. I asked the owner if he wanted to sell it in his store.

He tasted it, remarked on its freshness (I just picked it!), divided it into 4 bunches held together with rubber bands, and said he'd give me 5 cents for 2 bunches. I got my first arithmetic lesson when he took 2 bunches and gave me a nickel and then repeated it, telling me I had 10 cents. I promptly spent half of it on candy, 3 for a penny of this, 4 for a penny of that.

When I got home, my parents were concerned about where I got the remaining nickel and the candy. When I told them, they were so proud of me, bringing home the bacon so to speak.

Later that day I went back for more candy and learned 2 more lessons. First I learned the hard way about spending your earnings too soon. Then when I saw only 3 bunches remaining with a price of 10 cents per bunch, I realized he had paid for the whole lot with just one sale and had 3 more to go.

That was my biggest lesson... retail markup and profit.
I originally wanted to go the traditional "job" route to make absolutely sure that I'll have enough money to be financially independent for the rest of my life before I hit 40 (by getting a very high paying Math/Tech related job and investing virtually everything), since I've figured out quite early in school that I just couldn't deal with a predefined lifestyle.

Somehow managed to get there way before that and the only jobs I've ever had were as a research assistant at university, which were less of a job and more of an interesting learning experience to me. Going full capitalist in online games as a kid helped, taught me a lot of valuable skills and made me some decent starter money on top of future scholarships.

Then Bitcorns came around and just obliterated the need of a job under a massive snowball.

It's quite interesting how quickly things went from "what the fuck am I doing I'm about to lose everything" to shrugging off massive drops in net worth.
Glad I took the plunge, not sure if I would have if I didn't know that I could easily score a >200k p.a. job though, despite having analyzed financial markets very carefully and concluding quite early on that Bitcorn is the holy grail of finance.
It's also quite interesting how the fear of making a wrong move diminishes as the portfolio grows, although I wonder if that's due to confidence from past successes or just because of having the money to burn.
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March 10, 2018, 07:42:27 AM
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The fact that bitcoin is sound money trumps everything; adoption, payment networks, umwelts, all these buzzwords newcomers bandy.
This shit is real money and it will absorb all the capital there is, with or without us.

This illustrates how sound bitcoin is as money.




It was posted earlier on, but the more people see it the better.
The bottom right corner should have a lambo with a shopping cart inside of it for accuracy.
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