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Question: Jan. 31 Closing Price:
<$3,000 - 13 (13.7%)
$3,000-$3,200 - 2 (2.1%)
$3,200-$3,400 - 9 (9.5%)
$3,400-$3,600 - 12 (12.6%)
$3,600-$3,800 - 8 (8.4%)
$3,800-$4,000 - 7 (7.4%)
$4,000-$4,200 - 13 (13.7%)
$4,200-$4,400 - 5 (5.3%)
$4,400-$4,600 - 1 (1.1%)
$4,600-$4,800 - 4 (4.2%)
$4,800-$5,000 - 2 (2.1%)
>$5,000 - 19 (20%)
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March 14, 2018, 01:18:58 PM

Is there anyone else, who comes here just to see the hardcore bitcoiners being mad at the world for not buying their virtual units? Am I the only one? Is there something wrong with me that I enjoy observing entitled people not getting what they want? So many self-aware questions rise in this place.

No you are pretty much one of the very few poisonous imbeciles with poisonous trolling posts around who feels the need to piss on other people's parades.
Congratulations.

Yes I would say there is something very wrong with you.

Hopefully you will GTFO.

Maybe you can troll a banking interest forum where people are having orgasms at making 2% per year profit on their savings instead.

Actually, almost all of the fucktard bearshills come into this thread and act like they have some kind of meaningful and unique insightful perspective into bitcoin price dynamics..

but they are proven to be retards, over and over and over..  For some reasons (I wonder why?) they want to trick you out of your bitcoins.

After they fuck up then they kind of disappear when they do not have anything to latch onto in their pie in the sky bitcoin death fantasies.


Surely this Jacques_Bittard troll shit shill job would have been with Tera beara calling the end of bitcoin (and further and more painful price corrections) during the March 2017 down to $890 - and that surely would not have been a good time to sell any decent amount of your bitcoins.

You are using a lot of profanity. You were a lot softer a couple of years ago. Before your avatar picture I actually thought that you are a girl and thought on hitting on you. So, what happened in the meantime? Hit puberty and testosterone is finally doing it's thing or something?

I have never called the time for the end of bitcoin. Bitcoin will end when the governments will finally crack down on exchanges creating funny-money to pump bitcoin. As long as people ignore things like goxdollars or tether,  then there is no height high enough. One thing is certain though - the governments will crack down on fake money exchanges and greater fools will also run out eventually. Then I'd like to see the bitcoin fanatics pay for the 7billion dollar revenue to the miners, just to sustain the network. So, I have no idea when will bitcoin crash, but I know that it will crash, and it will do it with a lot of tears from people who mostly deserve whats coming.

your posts remind me a lot of a guy called falling who hung round here on the way down from $500 to $160 are you he?

Don't know, could be. I usually surface here when the probability to witness bitcoiner tears is high, so timing would fit.
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March 14, 2018, 01:26:57 PM

One more good shake ought to convince everyone the sky is falling no?

Still holding on by a thread. Have to see what happens today...next 24...bleh...what ever.  Bitcoin is eight thousand six hundred and forty two dollars right now..pretty sure its dead.



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March 14, 2018, 01:38:49 PM

I usually surface here when the probability to witness bitcoiner tears is high, so timing would fit.

So... you're leaving soon?  Grin
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March 14, 2018, 01:45:05 PM

lol @ the poll results

lol

did infofront change it? thought it said 'March' before?
Indeed iT said march

Dammit. I thought no one would notice. Anyway, I changed it back.
I meant to start creating bi-weekly polls
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March 14, 2018, 01:55:23 PM

I usually surface here when the probability to witness bitcoiner tears is high, so timing would fit.

So... you're leaving soon?  Grin

I hope so. If I could choose between more money and the tears of bitcoiners, then almost always I would choose more money.
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March 14, 2018, 01:56:35 PM

I see that Jean-Claude Fucktard is back. Good thing I have him on /ignore.
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March 14, 2018, 01:57:57 PM

lol @ the poll results

lol

did infofront change it? thought it said 'March' before?
Indeed iT said march

Dammit. I thought no one would notice. Anyway, I changed it back.
I meant to start creating bi-weekly polls

And I thought I was being conservative with my 11,000-12,000 price target for march...

Guess there's no new ETF retry in the works soon, is it?
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March 14, 2018, 02:08:10 PM

I'm just amazed why you guys keep on worrying all the time about bitcoin. It's doing its work just fine, let it do it. Roll Eyes You know exactly what you hold and how much exactly of it actually exists, that's really enough of a proof that it's going to reach a million dollar each by 2020.

Today I'm assuming this dump is due to Google banning crypto-related ads. Things will calm down soon, as usual.
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March 14, 2018, 02:14:15 PM

I'm just amazed why you guys keep on worrying all the time about bitcoin. It's doing its work just fine, let it do it. Roll Eyes You know exactly what you hold and how much exactly of it actually exists, that's really enough of a proof that it's going to reach a million dollar each by 2020.

Today I'm assuming this dump is due to Google banning crypto-related ads. Things will calm down soon, as usual.

Banning crypto related ads is in fact good for Bitcoin. Most of those ads are for scammy parasite coins/tokens/ICOs.

About the worrying.... well, I can't avoid it, worrying is my "job". I do even worry when it is skyrocketing.
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March 14, 2018, 02:17:16 PM

And I thought I was being conservative with my 11,000-12,000 price target for march...

I'm with you on that one. I wasn't expecting a moon, but I certainly was not expecting current levels at this point.

I'm not sure "Well, there's still another fifteen days left in March" is much of a consolation at this point. Still really angry with myself, in retrospect, for not selling a chunk at the most recent $11.5k rally last week, but what can you do ?

I may just defer an IRS tax payment for Q1 activity to Q2 and incur a slight penalty, but then I think to myself "What if Bitcorn goes even lower in Q2 ?" and, well, I'm not sure how to reconcile that. Definitely not selling at these prices, and wondering if I should raid some of my other after-tax accounts to cover Q1 tax obligations (but then that creates more problems because of accounting nightmares for those accounts - that I'm not mentally ready to deal with at this point - so... yeah...)

If we recover back to $11.5k before end of the month, that'll be my last sell batch until the next halvening.

Would rather just get everything done and over with in Q1; idea being pay my tax obligations, and the leftover cash will be used as "buffer" for the next two years before my portfolio starts snowballing out in 2019.
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March 14, 2018, 02:18:56 PM

I'm just amazed why you guys keep on worrying all the time about bitcoin. It's doing its work just fine, let it do it. Roll Eyes You know exactly what you hold and how much exactly of it actually exists, that's really enough of a proof that it's going to reach a million dollar each by 2020.

Today I'm assuming this dump is due to Google banning crypto-related ads. Things will calm down soon, as usual.

Banning crypto related ads is in fact good for Bitcoin. Most of those ads are for scammy parasite coins/tokens.

Exactly, I hate them too much as well. Useless ERC-20 tokens (which only got a professional website, a lie-filled real-world use case video, and in most cases, fake team too) gathering millions/billions just through Google Adwords. Whenever I look at those ads at Google, a feeling inside me whispers "poor buyers!". Roll Eyes

I'm glad they're doing it. Bitcoin will have an effect of it on price for a day or two, but things will get better again, as usual.
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March 14, 2018, 02:32:15 PM

Bitcoin looked totally indecisive there for a few days. Now it looks like its making the first hints of a decision.
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March 14, 2018, 02:40:01 PM

And I thought I was being conservative with my 11,000-12,000 price target for march...

I'm with you on that one. I wasn't expecting a moon, but I certainly was not expecting current levels at this point.

I'm not sure "Well, there's still another fifteen days left in March" is much of a consolation at this point. Still really angry with myself, in retrospect, for not selling a chunk at the most recent $11.5k rally last week, but what can you do ?

I may just defer an IRS tax payment for Q1 activity to Q2 and incur a slight penalty, but then I think to myself "What if Bitcorn goes even lower in Q2 ?" and, well, I'm not sure how to reconcile that. Definitely not selling at these prices, and wondering if I should raid some of my other after-tax accounts to cover Q1 tax obligations (but then that creates more problems because of accounting nightmares for those accounts - that I'm not mentally ready to deal with at this point - so... yeah...)

If we recover back to $11.5k before end of the month, that'll be my last sell batch until the next halvening.

Would rather just get everything done and over with in Q1; idea being pay my tax obligations, and the leftover cash will be used as "buffer" for the next two years before my portfolio starts snowballing out in 2019.

Well, even if you are in a completely different league than me, I know what I would do if I were in your current situation.

How far are you now from finishing your plan now? Like 5% more of your remaining BTC stash to do it? Maybe 10% because at current lower prices? Then just fucking do it. Enjoy life with no more remorses and headaches and just wait for the next halving with your remaining stash for the real fun.

If Bitcoin, as we all expect, were to reach way higher prices in the future, you are still in a position to be filthy rich by then... If it doesn't... you will be glad about your selling and (more than) "rich enough" to enjoy your wealthy retirement.

You are in a win-win position right now. Of course you can keep gambling it for a bigger prize.

Whatever you do, please don't market sell or end up selling on a dip out of desperation.... But I know you are not that type... on the contrary I would say.
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March 14, 2018, 02:45:28 PM

I see that Jean-Claude Fucktard is back. Good thing I have him on /ignore.

I apologize that I have upset you and will probably continue to do so.
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March 14, 2018, 02:57:06 PM

blah

Why would you talk to someone who just stated that he has you on ignore? Are you missing a few brain cells?
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March 14, 2018, 03:02:05 PM

blah

Why would you talk to someone who just stated that he has you on ignore? Are you missing a few brain cells?

C'on, the guy is retarded... but not for that. Everybody knows people tend to peek (sometimes at least) on their ignored list plus he is replying to a direct "public mention". Right to reply and all that shit Smiley

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March 14, 2018, 03:37:43 PM

blah

Why would you talk to someone who just stated that he has you on ignore? Are you missing a few brain cells?

Why would you talk to someone who is supposedly on ignore?
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March 14, 2018, 03:47:18 PM

blah

Why would you talk to someone who just stated that he has you on ignore? Are you missing a few brain cells?

C'on, the guy is retarded... but not for that. Everybody knows people tend to peek (sometimes at least) on their ignored list plus he is replying to a direct "public mention". Right to reply and all that shit Smiley



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