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Question: Which price is bitcoin going to reach first? (credits to Jay)
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March 18, 2018, 07:05:15 PM

as BTC failed as a P2P currency the circlejerks proposed to use it a store of value  Cheesy
fantastic, how long do i have to HODL my fiat until inflation its up 70% of its value?
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March 18, 2018, 07:08:29 PM

Well...I will likely DIE with my BTC hoard intact...but if BTC hits $6k, I am annoucing here now I will panic sell like an 8 year old child...all my

non-hoard btc/ltc and probably a good chunk of my LISK ICO coins.....

What? A seasoned old timer, early adopter, pioneer miner like you?

NO WAY!

Try to do that, and we will ask Bob to show you how wrong you were. I hear he's got lots of time on his hands right now...


retired....the alts and mining were to get me to 66 years then take traditonal investements and soc sec as a goal (i can retire now on that but stubborn)

thus, my end strategy...if i have to flush all the alts...and btc hoard is intact to do above my reply, not selling alts and btc at the high will be

'crypto allowed me to retire ...3 years early..bite me!'




but if BTC hits $6k, I am annoucing here now I will panic sell like an 8 year old child...


...and then it'll jump off from $5.9k. Grin
Back to 10K and will be Crying like 7 Years old  Grin Grin Grin


again..will flush the alts and all non-hoard btc at 6k or around to protect my retirement plan of not taking anything till 66 years

will be ugly...but will HODL the BTC


but .....how does it go

needs must, when the devil drives...

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/needs_must_when_the_devil_drives

the BTC hoard MUST be protected at all costs...even if I am the only one with BTC 25 years from now in the Nursing Home..my precious

that does not mean I won't flush the alt coin hoard at BTC hitting 6k let me tell ya! to accomplish above 3 year plan

ugly, ugly...and don't ask me about scrypt-pow mining ...I will just cry....

again, sorry, retired 1/14/18....and karma could not handle me not working....I skunked the works

so how it sits now....with the above 'dubious retirement plans'
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March 18, 2018, 07:25:15 PM

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BLX/W5wwj74c-Bitcoin-Long-Term-Trend-Analysis-A-near-term-clue-BLX-Update/

See how similar does it look? It is all over GoX again. Bloodbath to $2k incoming. They won't let it shoot up again unless dumb people do panic sells below $5k.

I checked that page, but I don't get the point. It seems to have been written in 2017 and updated.

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*Btw whoever made this TA is a fucking genius and a legend.

The statements and predictions are generic, and there are whole orders of magnitude between alternatives. Are you being serious or sarcastic?


I don't know what you're looking at, but it looks to me like he absolutely fucking nailed it:


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March 18, 2018, 07:39:49 PM

Last summer majormax said there would be no new ATH for another few years. Bitcoin hit a $20k ATH half a year later.

Have to give you props for doing the research. How soon these pontificators forget their hubris! Perhaps they ought learn an ounce of humility.
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March 18, 2018, 08:03:16 PM
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Here’s my prediction:  the bottom will be in when we hit 75%+ dominance.   Only then we will have flushed the scams, imitators and charlatans. 
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I don't know what you're looking at, but it looks to me like he absolutely fucking nailed it:





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March 18, 2018, 08:50:54 PM
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Good news indeed.

https://investir.lesechos.fr/marches/bitcoin-cryptomonnaies/g20-le-fsb-rejette-les-appels-a-une-regulation-des-cryptomonnaies-1750099.php#

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LONDON, March 18 (Reuters) - The Financial Stability Board (FSB), which coordinates financial regulation for the G20 countries, on Sunday rejected calls by several countries for cryptocurrency regulation, such as bitcoin .

The FSB, however, stressed the need for greater international coordination in monitoring these rapidly evolving technologies, which still represent a tiny sector equivalent to less than 1% of global gross domestic product.

"The first assessment of the FSB is that currently, these crypto-assets do not pose a risk to global financial stability," said Mark Carney, president of the FSB, in a letter to finance ministers and governors of central banks, which will meet in Buenos Aires on Monday and Tuesday.

Mark Carney, who will leave his post next year, when he resigns as Governor of the Bank of England, noted that his successor would oversee a regulator more inclined to review existing rules than to set up new ones.

In his letter, he also said that the FSB, which has conducted a series of banking and financial reforms after the 2007-2009 crisis, will focus on the current rules rather than design new ones.

"As the work of the FSB, which aims to fill the fault lines that caused the financial crisis, is nearing its end, the latter will focus more (..) on the implementation and rigorous evaluation of the effects. reforms approved by the G20, "said Mark Carney. (Huw Jones Catherine Mallebay-Cowboy for French Service, edited by Danielle Rouquié)
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less than 1% of global gross domestic product


See? The potential for growth is huge.
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March 18, 2018, 09:06:31 PM

Short squeeze. 

Please come back next weekend.
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March 18, 2018, 09:11:31 PM

As I was browsing some other tradingview forecasts, I came across at least one bullish scenario that looks/sounds plausible.



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Yes, other folks are calling for endless doom, like we're stuck in the ATH 0.00% bear channel forever until $2K. I think we already reversed at $6K, as evidenced by the formations (and lack of retraces) in the rally that followed up to $11,700. Now we've retraced that pump all the way back to the magic 0.705 OTE -0.44% zone, and are primed for the next run up. Could we drop a little further? to the 0.764? more?? sure -- but you're better off dollar cost averaging your buys down here instead of chasing the PERFECT bottom, only to get stuck in the gutter as the rocket leaves the launch pad. So I'm quite happy to have bought $7700, and will buy again $7350 and $6950 -- because going up from here, on the right wing of this harmonic pattern , I'm not going to look back and care that much about a few hundred dollars at the entry point Tongue

As for timing - we're finishing this descending wedge , and falling until something kicks the market. And right now the looming "news event" (which often causes the market to stall in anticipation) is the G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors in Argentina on Monday the 19th. It seems that cryptocurrency will be on the agenda.

So just like the senate hearings, where the world waited and held its breath, dumping alllllll the way up to the fateful day only to have nothing but positive news from the hearing itself -- we're still slumping in this wedge . The 19th provides the perfect intersection of rising trendlines , the 0.764 retrace fib, and this selloff, making $7350 my favorite entry point, but holding some reserve bids at $6950 as well, just in case bears try to spook the market by breaking a few trendlines at the last second and stop hunting. All it will take is the slightest whiff of favorable news from the world's finance misters, praising the blockchain or at least NOT banning crypto, to light the rocket.
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March 18, 2018, 09:13:56 PM

Short squeeze. 

Please come back next weekend.

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March 18, 2018, 09:28:12 PM

Ore its a bull trap... Roll Eyes
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March 18, 2018, 09:29:50 PM

Short squeeze. 

Please come back next weekend.
Yep. Sheer luck. I closed my long with serious profit. Now back to shorting, ready to let go still in the green if it really moons, but actually preparing to get rich (well, almost) in a < 6k scenario.
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March 18, 2018, 09:33:36 PM

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See how similar does it look? It is all over GoX again. Bloodbath to $2k incoming. They won't let it shoot up again unless dumb people do panic sells below $5k.

I checked that page, but I don't get the point. It seems to have been written in 2017 and updated.

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*Btw whoever made this TA is a fucking genius and a legend.

The statements and predictions are generic, and there are whole orders of magnitude between alternatives. Are you being serious or sarcastic?


I don't know what you're looking at, but it looks to me like he absolutely fucking nailed it:


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Allright, that's too many knowledgeable voices defending this analysis, including fabiorem and possibly others not quoted here. I guess I must be wrong and just failed to see value in that post. Maybe I should read it again, with more attention.
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March 18, 2018, 09:34:34 PM


This is.. adoption of an entire TECHNOLOGY, eg blockchain.. not the pumping of the price value of a single coin/stock. Going back to your chart, how much was the first telephone/etc stock worth at the end of the chart?
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March 18, 2018, 09:40:08 PM

This is.. adoption of an entire TECHNOLOGY, eg blockchain.. not the pumping of the price value of a single coin/stock. Going back to your chart, how much was the first telephone/etc stock worth at the end of the chart?


Telephones were not used as a currency.
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This is.. adoption of an entire TECHNOLOGY, eg blockchain.. not the pumping of the price value of a single coin/stock. Going back to your chart, how much was the first telephone/etc stock worth at the end of the chart?

Blockchain is just a database, its not separable a powerful POW network.
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As I was browsing some other tradingview forecasts, I came across at least one bullish scenario that looks/sounds plausible.




Why do people draw bats all over charts? It never means or predicts anything
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