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March 11, 2018, 09:58:53 PM

Fat finger trade sends the bitcoin price to $90k in Thailand.

http://bitcoingirlthailand.com/2018/03/11/fat-finger-trade-on-bitcoin-exchange-sends-the-price-to-2-8-million-baht-about-90k-btc/
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March 11, 2018, 10:00:53 PM

Godzilla has no puppet master.

Eventually the puppet master, clowns, and Godzilas will be defeated by demand..  just sit tight and wait.



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March 11, 2018, 10:11:35 PM

I wonder how many of my bids will be touched while I sleep tonight? Biy, I am getting old. It's only 8;25 pm my time and I am already thinking about going to bed. However, daylight savings time is activating tonight. Going to be a rough week ahead for me. Maybe I should move to Arizona, Hawaii or Puerto Rico. My body clock always has a rough time adjusting to this bullshit. Why the hell do we need it to be twilight at 9:00 pm in June?

Did the daylight savings time switch make you change your avatar? Both of them are cool, but you switched them today.

d_eddie had mentioned that he preferred the avatar of the bony fish over Dr McCoy. I concur. so back to the weird bony fish.
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March 11, 2018, 10:12:51 PM


No fat finger but price discovery  Grin
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March 11, 2018, 10:14:35 PM


That exchange sounds like some serious fun. And it is not the first time it happens something like that there, isn't it?

DO they accept foreign users? Wouldn't mind leaving some crazy sell orders there and, if executed, convert BATH to BTC when it drops down and withdraw it all. Would that be possible?
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March 11, 2018, 10:17:59 PM


She will be rich when BTC hits 1 mil Wink
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March 11, 2018, 10:24:52 PM
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Anyone else have problems with Bitcoinwisdom glitching?  

Anyway I just wanted to say how good the charts are looking and what a nice steady, predictable bull market this has been.   I am really looking forward to more smooth sailing in 2018.   At our current growth rate, maybe we could hit $15k by mid year.  After that, anything is possible.

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March 11, 2018, 10:30:03 PM

Bitcoinwisdom is no longer being supported if I recall correctly and is kind of abandoned. Which is a shame, it's a pretty good site.
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March 11, 2018, 10:32:20 PM

Bitcoinwisdom is no longer being supported if I recall correctly and is kind of abandoned. Which is a shame, it's a pretty good site.

I still use it. Tradingview keeps being annoying and wanting me to "make an account"... grumble grumble.

Also his comment was a joke.
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March 11, 2018, 10:42:06 PM

Bitcoinwisdom is no longer being supported if I recall correctly and is kind of abandoned. Which is a shame, it's a pretty good site.

Yup. I still use it as it has been many years depending on it. It seems to be less resource intensive and more clear than other sites. It's funny how a site that was basically abandoned for years is still the best (to my taste).
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You mean:"China discovery" ?  Cheesy
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March 11, 2018, 10:57:46 PM

Yup. I still use it as it has been many years depending on it. It seems to be less resource intensive and more clear than other sites. It's funny how a site that was basically abandoned for years is still the best (to my taste).
Oh I use and like it too and would donate coin to see some of the potholes fixed.

Worldcoin index isn't bad, but it's graphs can't hold a candle to btw.

Meantime looks like we're back at 9600 with only a few thousand transactions in the queue. What fixed the transaction backlog btw, did the major exchanges go segwit?
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March 11, 2018, 11:00:04 PM

Yup. I still use it as it has been many years depending on it. It seems to be less resource intensive and more clear than other sites. It's funny how a site that was basically abandoned for years is still the best (to my taste).
Oh I use and like it too and would donate coin to see some of the potholes fixed.

Worldcoin index isn't bad, but it's graphs can't hold a candle to btw.

Meantime looks like we're back at 9600 with only a few thousand transactions in the queue. What fixed the transaction backlog btw, did the major exchanges go segwit?

Yes, they did. And also batching transactions. Along the past couple of months. Where have you been hiding lately? Smiley

P.S.: Also latest bitcoin core wallet started supporting segwit (yes, it is a shame it didn't before)
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March 11, 2018, 11:00:32 PM



Fishing anyone?  Cheesy



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March 11, 2018, 11:02:43 PM

I dont mean to pry but I'm curious about the B6 toxicity.  I'm assuming you must have been using supplements in order to hit toxic levels but since it is a water soluable vitamin and you were doing long distance running, you could have taken much more than the recommeneded daily allowance without any ill effects.  Most oral B6 supplements are in the range or 50-250 mg  which is 25-125 times the RDA (athletes and body-builders could still require those amounts).  How much were you taking and for how long?  Were you injecting?  Ive alwas been under the impression that it would be nearly impossible to hit toxic levels of the water-soluable vitamins.

B6 is special in that even though it is water soluble, it is stored extensively in muscles and tissues. To get B6 toxicity, you must do one of two things.
1. Take such a large amount at once (over 1g) that just the amount in your bloodstream fries your nerves.
2. Take a medium amount chronically for so long that your 'muscle storage' gets full , coupled with getting dehyrated so that you are not excreting the water soluble vitamin properly. In studied on chronic toxicity on some women at a pregnancy ward in a hospital, the average amount was 100mg taken over an average of 2.5 years. Those who had taken the same amount over 1.5 years were fine. Many people in the support groups claim to have this condition using much less over a much shorter amount of time.

The amount that I took was anywhere from 100-250mg on a paticular day, over a span of 10 years, gradually increasing until the year I became sick. The level in my blood was 180 on a scale of 2-21 and I hadnt even taken vitamins in one week. Heres what I had been taking.
-GNC ,multivitamins (50mg)
-Extra b complex (50mg)
-multiple 5 hour energy drinks (50mg each)
-protein shakes
-fortified foods
I also gradually dehydrated myself more and more over time by going on crazy camping trips around the world and running longer and longer distances and overtraining. I probably also damaged my liver with designer drugs.

 Thanks very much for the information!  I didnt realize that B6 was stored in muscles and tissue and i didnt consider all of the sources.  I'd better check my own intake.  I've been taking a B100 plus a multivitamin for years but i consume a lot of protein shakes and bars as well.
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March 11, 2018, 11:03:20 PM
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As far as you said AMA, I am really curious of your MBTI personality type. Are you INTJ or INTP (my guess)? Or something else? Is just for my curiousity, you seem to be quite an interesting person.
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Nice to see a fellow INTJ here, and glad to see my guess was pretty correct... Woman INTJ is a really rare beast, frankly speaking, I have never seen even a single one in person during my whole life...

Ignoring ones health in favour of an interesting (or important) stuff is another "trademark" of INTJ, unfortunately. I've also got a chronic pain, due to the same behaviour - sinking into the sea of information and forgetting to sleep/eat/drink. Its not actually due to Bitcoin trading, but rather due to being overly analytical "info-holic". Sometimes I think computers are as dangerous for our type of people, as casinos for game addicts, and spirits for alcoholics.
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March 11, 2018, 11:03:27 PM
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Yes, they did. And also batching transactions. Along the past couple of months. Where have you been hiding lately? Smiley
Fixing miners and figuring out Antminers in my spare time. Man those things suck, no creativity at all in the design just a big rail of meh that is prone to overheating and blowing chips on the end. Yuck.

And not selling bitcoins, which is why I haven't been looking at the fees much lately. Seem rather reasonable again.
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March 11, 2018, 11:08:55 PM


An oldie, but a goodie  Wink
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March 11, 2018, 11:14:54 PM

Anyone else have problems with Bitcoinwisdom glitching?  

Anyway I just wanted to say how good the charts are looking and what a nice steady, predictable bull market this has been.   I am really looking forward to more smooth sailing in 2018.   At our current growth rate, maybe we could hit $15k by mid year.  After that, anything is possible.


If some good news come out from international meetings like G20 summit and so on, much more than 15k can happen till June.
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March 11, 2018, 11:16:31 PM

Yes, they did. And also batching transactions. Along the past couple of months. Where have you been hiding lately? Smiley
Fixing miners and figuring out Antminers in my spare time. Man those things suck, no creativity at all in the design just a big rail of meh that is prone to overheating and blowing chips on the end. Yuck.

And not selling bitcoins, which is why I haven't been looking at the fees much lately. Seem rather reasonable again.

Lol, just like all power handling electronics coming out of China, they overestimate their making money fast and underestimate the laws of nature... .
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