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1/21000000 , the only math you need to know


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March 28, 2018, 03:34:12 AM
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A few big holders here are selling some coins to pay off their tax bills before the April deadline. Searing panic dumped his, and other traders and miners in a hurry for the money probably did likewise. That selling pressure should end soon. I'm looking forward to a good pump mid-April.

I, on the other hand, have been busting my fucking ass working overtime.  The tax man may get his fiat, but he ain't getting my coin.
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March 28, 2018, 03:47:56 AM

JayJuanGee, I got an experiment for you.  Let's get you to dump 8 bitcoins for the new Camaro ZL1 1LE, get the 800hp flash and tune up, then we can see how long you live afterwards.



That is a nice looking car.

As you likely know, in your trolling desperation, this is not the time to be selling bitcoins for depreciating assets - like your silver and gold seem to be, relatively speaking.    Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Tongue
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March 28, 2018, 03:54:36 AM
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The battle continues in the trenches. Nothing new to report really, just wanted to share this comparision of the last three spring seasons.




Means that we are going up in this spring?  

Bitcoin is not really seasonal, so I doubt that the spring of 2016 or the spring of 2017 creates any kind of meaningful bullish indicator for BTC prices - even though we could, coincidentally, experience some kind of bounce back in the coming months.... perhaps 35% odds?  Am I being too bearish, ATM, which could be a sign of capitulation?
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March 28, 2018, 03:56:07 AM

https://blockstream.com/2018/03/27/ifpaytt-brings-lightning-micropayments-to-ifttt.html
in which blockstream obsoletes their own stuff from 2~3 days ago

I like those LAapps so far and more to come, innovation will flourish on LN.

FileBazaar: micropayments for content creators that produce digital files like photos, videos, or docs.

Lightning Publisher: accept bitcoin payments for content on WordPress blogs.

nanotip: a simple web server for accepting lightning donations (a lightning tip jar).

paypercall: a simple way to charge for HTTP APIs on a pay-per-call basis.

nanopos: a simple point-of-sale system for physical stores.

Just wait, Bitcoin will explode with these LAapps Cool

Ohh, don't forget MAST, Roostock, Mimblewimble, Confidential Transactions, Schnorr, Tumblebit, Bulletproof, Simplicity (side/drive chains)

All these projects will increase the network value to $100k+ per coin.
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Hopefully what is depicted in the above pic is not going to happen.   Shocked Shocked







omg what have I done. This sigil sucks.

Truly some creative skills that you got's ur selfie there, tera dee beeeeeara.     Wink
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March 28, 2018, 04:13:23 AM

So they dont do this is in USA at all

In other countries that have no empire the citizens of those countries pay the inflation tax to their own elites. It's all internal.The USA exports it's inflation. That is the benefit of empire and the reason for the empire.
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I bought a little bit today. I quit smoking cigarettes, now I buy BTC.

Life is good.
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Edibles or smokes?
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My body does not agree with weed Sad
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March 28, 2018, 05:19:43 AM

oh f f s...EOS?  really?

and tron....kill me now
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March 28, 2018, 05:38:43 AM

Hey look! It's a bitcoin bull buying the dips! https://youtu.be/XpcRhflUbcg?t=1m54s
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Sideways baby

Bitcoin has decided it’s value. ONCE AND FOR ALL!!!
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March 28, 2018, 05:52:26 AM

Massive Head and Shoulders forming on its 4 hour chart, haven't notice is since I was focus on the hourly chart so much that the falling wedge is just part of the right massive shoulder. If Bitcoin don't stay above 8,000$ soon this might be a big drop which is this time much lower then the 5,900$ we have experience last time. Right now Bitcoin is hanging around 7,800$ and the market is yet to make a decision out of it, let us just prepare to what is coming to Bitcoin.
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My body does not agree with weed Sad

Same, except it's not my body but my wife who doesn't agree with weed ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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March 28, 2018, 06:01:55 AM

I'm a one trick pony when it comes to charts. I look for the closing triangles. This one looks pretty straight forward. In early April we either crash hard or go back into bull mode.

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Japan has a horrible situation, demographically far worse then USA and the debt can never be controlled.   Japan holds 1 trillion of US debt, all these central banks are relying on each other but I think the system itself will give way.   So one of the main struts holding up US debt has serious problems sustaining itself.  Maybe crypto is part of a better system I dont know yet but its easily contestable what Jamie Dimon says about FIAT > crypto
https://youtu.be/40OuVyVGdIM?t=153
The USA imposed Japan to adopt a certain democratic constitution after World War II. How much power and independence such a sovereign state can have? Oh, by the way, Italy almost makes no difference
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This chapter provides an overview of and analysis on how Japan’s post war constitution of 1946 in general and its ‘pacifist’ Article 9 came into being: who were the protagonists on the Japanese and American side and what were the controversies surrounding the drafting and adoption of Japan’s ‘pacifist’ constitution. Amongst others, the US motives and motivations to retain the Japanese Emperor on the throne in post war Japan will be analysed: why did the occupying US go great lengths to retain the ‘undemocratic’ Emperor and Emperor system while introducing democracy and democratic political structures into defeated post war Japan? Finally, when and why did the US gave up on MacArthur’s initial plan to make an ‘unarmed pacifist’ out of Japan and what impact did the US ‘imposition’ of Japan’s post war constitution have on Japan’ post war Japan’s obligations to deal with its World War II responsibilities?
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-88-470-2568-4_5

Question: do you want at least your own independence? Buy bitcoin and some gold
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March 28, 2018, 06:45:44 AM

I'm a one trick pony when it comes to charts. I look for the closing triangles. This one looks pretty straight forward. In early April we either crash hard or go back into bull mode.



Is that breaking up or breaking down wedge?
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I'm a one trick pony when it comes to charts. I look for the closing triangles. This one looks pretty straight forward. In early April we either crash hard or go back into bull mode.

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Or we just do a breakout (up, down) for a short time, pull back or bounce back and continue ranging between $6k to $10k for a few more months.Weak hands can also be shaken out by breaking their patience.Because most of the people want to see quick results, profits, progress. However Bitcoin and crypto in general is still very early and will need much more time to mature. The ones not willing to go this path, not having the patience, will leave and mostly lose and probably regret it in a few years.
So this may be some boring time, but this also the time where lots of progress and development happens. As always true believers will separate from "get rich quick" money grabbers until the next bull run starts.



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March 28, 2018, 06:55:17 AM
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I'm a one trick pony when it comes to charts. I look for the closing triangles. This one looks pretty straight forward. In early April we either crash hard or go back into bull mode.

[https://image.ibb.co/hnkUQS/btcchart.png[/img]

Is that breaking up or breaking down wedge?




I am sure no one thought about the pacman7331 perspective.


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