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March 26, 2018, 06:11:37 PM
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You stick to ballet and I'll stick to trading gee Smiley

I think you better leave the trading up to Gee, actually.

Btw, what happened to your BTCP bet?

I'll bet you .1 btc btcp will be trading on bittrex Kucoin and many others before the end of the month

I'll bet you .1 BTC (more if you want) that it doesn't get listed for trade on Bittrex by the end of the month. If you're interested, tell me who you'd like to use for escrow from this list of trusted members. Cheers.
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March 26, 2018, 06:22:21 PM

Sir, you insult us. We are bots, and proud bots at that. You may be people. If so, you have our pity.

Greetings. Brother.

May. Your. Bolts. Be. Tight. And. Your. Bearings. Oiled.


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March 26, 2018, 06:24:49 PM



stop comparing an actual company with your magic funbux tokens nobody cares about
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March 26, 2018, 06:27:19 PM

What concerns me more is the lack of power on each rebound. No volume. No strengh.
Its like the market slips down and doesnt want to stop. It just go down with no effort. Damn.. i discovered bear markets!! lol

(permabull here). Party is only delayed. See you all in 2019!!
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March 26, 2018, 06:27:26 PM

Imagine what it was like to say to somebody back in 1850 that one day we would have had rockets to space. Gravity son! Gravity! You cannot go against it! And then a Tesla goes into space and what else.
So if one tells you bitcoin can't go parabolic, screw that! You will witness it!

Down we go.
Is there still anyone out there believing we will go above 10k in the foreseeable future?
Me! I am here
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March 26, 2018, 06:30:19 PM
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Today I found out that I had a position that I totally forgot about still open on an exchange...  
Feeling a bit retarded now...
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March 26, 2018, 06:41:43 PM

Imagine what it was like to say to somebody back in 1850 that one day we would have had rockets to space. Gravity son! Gravity! You cannot go against it! And then a Tesla goes into space and what else.
So if one tells you bitcoin can't go parabolic, screw that! You will witness it!

Down we go.
Is there still anyone out there believing we will go above 10k in the foreseeable future?
Me! I am here


nobody so sell quickly ..... its big panic all is going down cause the WO page count is going up and price isn't following anymore , its the only logical explenation why everybody is selling there coins
i'm not cause i just put a BTC tattoo ---- so i'm stuck on this "funbux"  "tokens" forever     Roll Eyes 
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March 26, 2018, 06:53:31 PM

Its bottoming out now yes?

Everyone go full leveraged long at 8.3 stop this train wreck!


Seems that only a tiny minority of us in this thread use margin in either direction, so what you are saying makes little to no sense in terms of audience that you seem to be intending...

On the other hand, I do recognize that you have ongoing tendencies towards exaggerations with some of your contrarian (seemingly trolling) FUD/bearshill assertions.   Tongue
I'll go full long with you my friend. Margin to the max Smiley

There are also some of us who attempt to maintain preparedness for either price direction....

I personally never go 100% either way, and I don't see the BTC price dynamic cards stacking favorably in either the UP or DOWN direction, yet... so probably no need to get all worked up about either BTC price direction so long as we are staying in our current consolidation range.

It does seem that our current consolidation is trickling down a bit over the past several months, yet that is not really any kind of unusual dynamic.   I would still imagine that BTC prices bouncing around anywhere between $7,300 and $10k should not be enough to get anyone too worked up.... So, yeah, surely when we get at the boundaries of the price consolidation range, it does remain interesting to witness if there is going to be a break through that end of the range.

Anyhow, it does seem that you are coming off as a bit of a troll who is stating the opposite of what he thinks because you are merely being sarcastic in your "go full long" assertion.    Roll Eyes
You stick to ballet and I'll stick to trading gee Smiley

Many of us also recognize that if a newbie poster here, such as yourself, has devolved into attempting to find some kind of significant meaning in an avatar, then such poster, such as yourself, is likely NOT very bright in other respects - in other words, you have revealed yourself as a corporate bearshill fuck-re-tard who likely does not recognize the value of bitcoin.
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March 26, 2018, 06:59:07 PM

CNBC found the reason for the dip:

https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/978325069117181955

Sounds hilarious. It's probably not because of the ads. Roll Eyes

The comments section gives me renewed belief  in bitcoin though. A lot of peeps out there still slinging the old ponzi scheme shiet. A few samples below...

Very few ransoms being paid this week?


Because it’s stupid made up money?


At least you can grow tulips.


Because it has no intrinsic value
Going to $1000


Pump and Dump stock for billionaires



people find out a Ponzi scheme is in order, goos luck


Because it's a fraud?


‏WAT? NOT AT ZERO YET?
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March 26, 2018, 07:01:36 PM

You stick to ballet and I'll stick to trading gee Smiley

I think you better leave the trading up to Gee, actually.

Btw, what happened to your BTCP bet?

I'll bet you .1 btc btcp will be trading on bittrex Kucoin and many others before the end of the month

I'll bet you .1 BTC (more if you want) that it doesn't get listed for trade on Bittrex by the end of the month. If you're interested, tell me who you'd like to use for escrow from this list of trusted members. Cheers.
I pumped and dumped it long time ago lol
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March 26, 2018, 07:11:42 PM

Its bottoming out now yes?

Everyone go full leveraged long at 8.3 stop this train wreck!


Seems that only a tiny minority of us in this thread use margin in either direction, so what you are saying makes little to no sense in terms of audience that you seem to be intending...

On the other hand, I do recognize that you have ongoing tendencies towards exaggerations with some of your contrarian (seemingly trolling) FUD/bearshill assertions.   Tongue
I'll go full long with you my friend. Margin to the max Smiley

There are also some of us who attempt to maintain preparedness for either price direction....

I personally never go 100% either way, and I don't see the BTC price dynamic cards stacking favorably in either the UP or DOWN direction, yet... so probably no need to get all worked up about either BTC price direction so long as we are staying in our current consolidation range.

It does seem that our current consolidation is trickling down a bit over the past several months, yet that is not really any kind of unusual dynamic.   I would still imagine that BTC prices bouncing around anywhere between $7,300 and $10k should not be enough to get anyone too worked up.... So, yeah, surely when we get at the boundaries of the price consolidation range, it does remain interesting to witness if there is going to be a break through that end of the range.

Anyhow, it does seem that you are coming off as a bit of a troll who is stating the opposite of what he thinks because you are merely being sarcastic in your "go full long" assertion.    Roll Eyes
You stick to ballet and I'll stick to trading gee Smiley

Many of us also recognize that if a newbie poster here, such as yourself, has devolved into attempting to find some kind of significant meaning in an avatar, then such poster, such as yourself, is likely NOT very bright in other respects - in other words, you have revealed yourself as a corporate bearshill fuck-re-tard who likely does not recognize the value of bitcoin.
Ok there twinkle toes, you keep cheerleading for bitcoin and I'll short this bitch in to the ground hahaaaa
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March 26, 2018, 07:16:02 PM

We're close to the bottom
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March 26, 2018, 07:18:01 PM

We're close to the bottom
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March 26, 2018, 07:25:20 PM

We're close to the bottom

What is the value of valueless, non-fungible, designed to centralize, imaginary tokens?
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March 26, 2018, 07:29:52 PM

We're close to the bottom

Now's the best time to catch that dump. Get in near the bottom and catch it.

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March 26, 2018, 07:41:43 PM

We're close to the bottom

Yeah, we are close to the bottom of a trendline, then when we dump on that trendline we will be closer to the bottom, which is close to the bottom of course. XD
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March 26, 2018, 07:53:38 PM

We're close to the bottom

How often has the bottom now been called and got broken?
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March 26, 2018, 07:58:30 PM

The bottom is when...it can't go any lower.  As shown by Zimbabwe and Venezeula, the bottom of fiat is zero.  The ancient Greeks are all gone, but their money didn't go anywhere, hence a bottom much higher than zero.  Bitcoin, on the other hand, has no such redeeming qualities, and it's bottom is the same as fiat - zero.

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March 26, 2018, 08:07:45 PM

We're close to the bottom

How often has the bottom now been called and got broken?

He who looks into the abyss realizes that there’s nothin' looking back at him and the only thing he sees is his own character, Lost-mein-schtuffen. You understand? Bud? The abyss? The #ShitAbyss?
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