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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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March 27, 2018, 08:36:16 PM
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I wonder if this prize has been taken.

Its a dna coded message with the private key to the wallet with 1btc balance.

https://youtu.be/tBvd7OSDGgQ?t=916

BTC/USD Bitcoin then, March 10, 2015 = $242.54


Solved 2 months ago Smiley

https://www.google.it/amp/s/motherboard.vice.com/amp/en_us/article/7xe3dx/dna-storage-bitcoin-mystery-puzzle

Sweet Cheesy Just around the peek!

Best part!

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Although Goldman’s contest is the first time that DNA has been used to store the private key to cryptocurrencies, his point was to draw attention to the amazing potential of DNA as a long term storage option. This new method of storing information is already being investigated by companies like Microsoft, which wants to add DNA data storage to its cloud, and as a potential solution to humanity’s mounting data problem.

Who knows, maybe DNA storage will be the popular new way to store the private keys to your cryptocurrency as well. But as Wuyts demonstrated, this DNA storage method is still notHuh impervious to hacks.

He still needed the decode document even after the fact.

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In the case of the Bitcoin challenge, there were a total of nine files contained in the DNA fragments. The files were encrypted with a keystream, which is a random series of characters that is included with the actual plain text message to obfuscate its meaning. The keystream code had been provided by Goldman in a document explaining the competition.

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After running the code, Wuyts was able to combine the DNA fragments in the correct order to form one long piece of DNA. After working out some technical kinks, Wuyts was able to convert the DNA sequence into plain text, revealing the private key and unlocking the bitcoin (as well as some artefacts, including a drawing of James Joyce and the logo for the European Bioinformatics Institute). He had cracked the puzzle just five days before it was set to expire.
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March 27, 2018, 08:56:52 PM

Seems like there are big fast pushes down followed by a slow movement upwards followed by another big push down. It's that trickle upwards that shows what most of the market sentiment is. The big pushes down are either big sell offs or someone trying to make some money on a short.

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.



Well had to dump 10k worth of mostly LTC and BTC some....panic'd like a small child! (hey, its how I roll)...but mining is drying up and have to pay for taxes 2017

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March 27, 2018, 09:28:21 PM

Seems like there are big fast pushes down followed by a slow movement upwards followed by another big push down. It's that trickle upwards that shows what most of the market sentiment is. The big pushes down are either big sell offs or someone trying to make some money on a short.

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.



Well had to dump 10k worth of mostly LTC and BTC some....panic'd like a small child! (hey, its how I roll)...but mining is drying up and have to pay for taxes 2017


I believe that Searing hasn't made a large dump. Certainly less than 100BTC.
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March 27, 2018, 09:33:18 PM

another little spike to 8025 incoming. then maybe challenge 8135 again
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March 27, 2018, 09:36:49 PM

Seems like there are big fast pushes down followed by a slow movement upwards followed by another big push down. It's that trickle upwards that shows what most of the market sentiment is. The big pushes down are either big sell offs or someone trying to make some money on a short.

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.



Well had to dump 10k worth of mostly LTC and BTC some....panic'd like a small child! (hey, its how I roll)...but mining is drying up and have to pay for taxes 2017


I believe that Searing hasn't made a large dump. Certainly less than 100BTC.

I only dump ALT coins...but again...panic'd dumped like a small child...usually that is enough to cause a rally soon afterward...

the BTC hoard is safe....if it goes...tulips...if that is the case when they put me in the nursing home in a few years...I will forget and THINK I'm 'the man' anyway...win/win

much simpler than 'collecting cats' in my old age...on the old USB drive anyway...(lousy end game...but there ya are)

edit: btc was from some ebay sales....under 200 bucks..dust....fyi

the rest alts..to clarify

main thing is the BTC hoard is safe..thou....mining scrypt-pow is looking ugly these days with bitmain equip dumps etc etc and prices ..esp LTC




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March 27, 2018, 09:40:57 PM

@AntonKreil https://twitter.com/AntonKreil/status/978718487647416320

Hey CryptoCunts. Thats all in less than 1 week and 1 of them is less than 1 day! Plus I have another 23 positions in OPTIONS! Profit in the hundreds of thousands of dollars & you dont deserve to see it. See the % gains. Fuck your HODLgang Bullshit. Grandad makes serious money! 😂
8:40 PM - 27 Mar 2018

erryone with a twitter: let's troll him

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meanwhile, more medium https://medium.com/@DonAltCrypto/bitcoin-and-why-i-think-the-downtrend-line-everyone-keeps-talking-about-is-overrated-2a94468c75f8
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@AntonKreil https://twitter.com/AntonKreil/status/978718487647416320

Hey CryptoCunts. Thats all in less than 1 week and 1 of them is less than 1 day! Plus I have another 23 positions in OPTIONS! Profit in the hundreds of thousands of dollars & you dont deserve to see it. See the % gains. Fuck your HODLgang Bullshit. Grandad makes serious money! 😂
8:40 PM - 27 Mar 2018

erryone with a twitter: let's troll him

Done.

We're busy in transforming cents to millions, unlike you trying to make ketchup from tomatoes.
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March 27, 2018, 10:45:48 PM

@AntonKreil https://twitter.com/AntonKreil/status/978718487647416320

Hey CryptoCunts. Thats all in less than 1 week and 1 of them is less than 1 day! Plus I have another 23 positions in OPTIONS! Profit in the hundreds of thousands of dollars & you dont deserve to see it. See the % gains. Fuck your HODLgang Bullshit. Grandad makes serious money! 😂
8:40 PM - 27 Mar 2018

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March 27, 2018, 11:01:49 PM

Am I alone in thinking that this is the true beginning of the demise of bitcoin?
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I was castigated on here when I posted this 10 days ago.
I still strongly believe we are watching crypto currencies die.
I want a few apologies when it becomes apparent to all.
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March 27, 2018, 11:06:15 PM

Am I alone in thinking that this is the true beginning of the demise of bitcoin?
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I was castigated on here when I posted this 10 days ago.
I still strongly believe we are watching crypto currencies die.
I want a few apologies when it becomes apparent to all.
ethtard.
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March 27, 2018, 11:11:34 PM

Bitcoin reached highs of $19,600 on 17 December 2017.

Ethereum reached highs of $1,400 on 10 January 2018.

Bitcoin Cash reached highs of $3,900 on 20 December 2017.

Litecoin reached highs of $355 on 19 December 2017.

Ripple reached highs of $3.49 on 4 January 2018.


Now all on their way down the drain.
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March 27, 2018, 11:21:20 PM

Bitcoin reached highs of $19,600 on 17 December 2017.

Ethereum reached highs of $1,400 on 10 January 2018.

Bitcoin Cash reached highs of $3,900 on 20 December 2017.

Litecoin reached highs of $355 on 19 December 2017.

Ripple reached highs of $3.49 on 4 January 2018.


Now all on their way down the drain.
Let's hope.
Yes, prices fluctuate.
BTFD
also those other 4 are scams. don't perpetuate them again
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March 27, 2018, 11:26:40 PM

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
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March 27, 2018, 11:38:35 PM

Seems like there are big fast pushes down followed by a slow movement upwards followed by another big push down. It's that trickle upwards that shows what most of the market sentiment is. The big pushes down are either big sell offs or someone trying to make some money on a short.
Confirmed!
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March 27, 2018, 11:48:38 PM

https://www.tensorcharts.com/
ooh nice the bottom right 'trades counter' shows proportion of market buys to sells over a period
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Seems like there are big fast pushes down followed by a slow movement upwards followed by another big push down. It's that trickle upwards that shows what most of the market sentiment is. The big pushes down are either big sell offs or someone trying to make some money on a short.
Confirmed!
Yes, I called them shaking gestures. I wonder if the current one is separate from what happened a few hours ago, or if both together should count as one.

However called, down we go again. A higher low? I'm playing wait and see.
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Seems like there are big fast pushes down followed by a slow movement upwards followed by another big push down. It's that trickle upwards that shows what most of the market sentiment is. The big pushes down are either big sell offs or someone trying to make some money on a short.
Confirmed!
Yes, I called them shaking gestures. I wonder if the current one is separate from what happened a few hours ago, or if both together should count as one.

However called, down we go again. A higher low? I'm playing wait and see.
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March 28, 2018, 12:03:10 AM

BTFD only applies to sharp high volume drops - not the slow preamble before it.
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March 28, 2018, 12:06:42 AM

BTFD only applies to sharp high volume drops - not the slow preamble before it.
conceded. not yet but soon Cheesy
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March 28, 2018, 12:09:00 AM

BTFD only applies to sharp high volume drops - not the slow preamble before it.
Indeed. At the moment I'm nursing my hedging short. With the gentle swings of today, I managed to up its entry by ~120, while making a small profit. I'd like to buy some corn at the bottom, if I only knew where it is - or when. Just one of these two pieces of data would go a long way.

Care to suggest anything from your different - but respectable - vantage point?
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