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To be truly effective, all these efforts require close international cooperation. Since crypto-assets know no borders, the framework to regulate them must be global as well.

They are screwed.

right?

"close international cooperation" as NATO falls apart and the globe spirals toward war
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March 13, 2018, 11:53:10 PM

Nice to see Trump fires Tillerson a day later for saying the Russians were responsible for the UK nerve gas attack.  Putin must be feeling a bit touchy about the whole thing.

And here I was thinking Tillerson was a Putin loyalist.  

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Nice to see Trump fires Tillerson a day later for saying the Russians were responsible for the UK nerve gas attack.  Putin must be feeling a bit touchy about the whole thing.

And here I was thinking Tillerson was a Putin loyalist.  

The Don is not that good at dealing with subordinates who aren't property, so he occasionally misjudges a folk.
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Oh my.  You have a royal "we" going on?    Probably in your imagination unless you and your girlfriends surf the WO like this?


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Oh my.  You have a royal "we" going on?    Probably in your imagination unless you and your girlfriends surf the WO like this?


no, explorer speaks for me in this matter

Me too.


Oh my!!!!!  Shocked    Another whining "me too" wimp.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


There may be a  need for a new interwebs rule, especially for the WO thread:




or perhaps an endurance test?

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Toughen up WO participants.  


The interwebs should not be a place for thin-skinnedness, whether we are referring to investing in bitcoin or participating this thread.

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Oh my.  You have a royal "we" going on?    Probably in your imagination unless you and your girlfriends surf the WO like this?


no, explorer speaks for me in this matter

Me too.


Oh my!!!!!  Shocked    Another whining "me too" wimp.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


There may be a  need for a new interwebs rule, especially for the WO thread:




or perhaps an endurance test?

   Cheesy Cheesy


Toughen up WO participants.  


The interwebs should not be a place for thin-skinnedness, whether we are referring to investing in bitcoin or participating this thread.



https://imgur.com/a/12swo
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We're due for another smack down any time here.
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pulled my bid at 88

either it isn't getting filled, or it is getting smashed through so hard I would wish I was liquid
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Did I miss something?   Price is sitting calmly in low 9s. 
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March 14, 2018, 02:36:53 AM

Did I miss something?   Price is sitting calmly in low 9s. 

You missed everything.
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March 14, 2018, 02:40:32 AM

I smell calm before the storm. Starting to nurse my safety short by patient scalping. I hope it gets rekt in the bud.

Rational explanation? None. But the mammoth thingy got to me, I sense them call a round of higher entropy.
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March 14, 2018, 02:50:39 AM

Did I miss something?   Price is sitting calmly in low 9s.  

You missed everything.

I definitely missed Happy hour.  

Still pondering if last weekend was a capitulation moment. Or maybe an elephas primigenius moment. I dunno.
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March 14, 2018, 02:53:49 AM

We're due for another smack down any time here.
Maybe
https://imgur.com/a/12swo
4hr sees:
2 yellow (lower) highs
4 red  (higher) lows
3 9480 attempts (maybe soon to be retested)
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And sure nobody likes Dan. But everyone wants to be Dan. Cheesy

I used to be Dan. But I got tired of arguing with the completely ignorant that were absolutely sure that Bitcoin would fail - and for all the invalid reasons. So I stopped talking about it years ago. Except for cases where I did not initiate the topic.

I don't believe it.

You just switched from bitcoin over to b-cash... and started over,

No. I sold a lot of my Bitcoin Segwit, buying Bitcoin Cash with it. I did not 'switch over' in any absolutist sense. I still believe that Bitcoin Cash has the proper roadmap for the future, but I am hedged.

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You saw Ver's performance on the Alex Jones show, right?

No. I gave up on Alex Jones on NYE 2000, when Yeltsin's resignation caused him to devolve into apoplectic paroxysms of armageddon panic fever dreams.

Should I have seen it?
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We're due for another smack down any time here.
Maybe
https://imgur.com/a/12swo
4hr sees:
2 yellow (lower) highs
4 red  (higher) lows
3 9480 attempts (maybe soon to be retested)

The last attempt has a different convexity. While smoldering, the foremost of the row arches his trunk and calls.
Is the global formation after the descent a proper triangle?

By the way, this looks like a 2hr chart. At 4hr, the pachyderms are featureless blobs.
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And sure nobody likes Dan. But everyone wants to be Dan. Cheesy

I used to be Dan. But I got tired of arguing with the completely ignorant that were absolutely sure that Bitcoin would fail - and for all the invalid reasons. So I stopped talking about it years ago. Except for cases where I did not initiate the topic.

I don't believe it.

You just switched from bitcoin over to b-cash... and started over,

No. I sold a lot of my Bitcoin Segwit, buying Bitcoin Cash with it. I did not 'switch over' in any absolutist sense. I still believe that Bitcoin Cash has the proper roadmap for the future, but I am hedged.

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You saw Ver's performance on the Alex Jones show, right?

No. I gave up on Alex Jones on NYE 2000, when Yeltsin's resignation caused him to devolve into apoplectic paroxysms of armageddon panic fever dreams.

Should I have seen it?

For now, I'm not going to delve into your ongoing nonsensical and persistent parroting decision to fictionally rename bitcoin for your own false dichotomies.


My reference to the Alex Jones show is not about Alex Jones, but instead about Roger Ver who wanted to go on Jones's show to promote bcash, and Ver made a fairly dismal attempt at getting Jones's attention to the Ver rendition of the bcash plight.

The interview should be a bit embarassing for bcashers, but I am sure you are sufficiently willing and capable of propagating some attempts to salvage the interview with spin-o-matics.

Here's a 39 minute version of the Alex Jones interview that involves a bit of an introduction before getting to interviewing Roger Ver and including a couple of phone calls from listeners, too.
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March 14, 2018, 03:58:29 AM

Gay frog guy and Roger Ver make for a dynamic duo.  
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March 14, 2018, 04:22:35 AM

I gave up on Alex Jones on NYE 2000, when Yeltsin's resignation caused him to devolve into apoplectic paroxysms of armageddon panic fever dreams.

I loled

By then I had already heard him get the Seattle N30 WTO uprising absolutely wrong and pretty much written him off.  His infiltration of the Bohemian Grove event was entertaining however.
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March 14, 2018, 04:27:30 AM

I gave up on Alex Jones on NYE 2000, when Yeltsin's resignation caused him to devolve into apoplectic paroxysms of armageddon panic fever dreams.

I loled

By then I had already heard him get the Seattle N30 WTO uprising absolutely wrong and pretty much written him off.  His infiltration of the Bohemian Grove event was entertaining however.

Paul Watson is pretty cool. I don't understand why he associates with that guy...

Anyway, while we are on this topic, I have to share this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaPDFcc1EWU
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March 14, 2018, 04:56:23 AM

No. I sold a lot of my Bitcoin Segwit, buying Bitcoin Cash with it. I did not 'switch over' in any absolutist sense. I still believe that Bitcoin Cash has the proper roadmap for the future, but I am hedged.

LAWL R.I.P B-CASH NAB
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