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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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Moving along this channel nicely. Same group of fudsters still trying to punch the price down for cheaper coins. I am still of the same mind that getting below existing support levels is going to be difficult and chances are fading by the hour as we close in on April.
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^notbad.jpg, but preferred the one with the tummies

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that Andrew Miller is a sleazy turd
but what's with the date of this response? https://getmonero.org/2017/04/19/an-unofficial-response-to-an-empirical-analysis-of-linkability.html
isn't the paper just out? https://arxiv.org/pdf/1704.04299/
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March 28, 2018, 09:46:45 PM

Moving along this channel nicely. Same group of fudsters still trying to punch the price down for cheaper coins. I am still of the same mind that getting below existing support levels is going to be difficult and chances are fading by the hour as we close in on April.
#dyor #cryptouplift



captioning classic photos is turning into a obsession...


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The slips - or shakes - are getting weaker, but I am still not so sure we shouldn't count these smaller ones as "ripples" from the first one. In which case, more shakes are coming - and they might be stronger. For now, we haven't seen any attempt to dive deeper than the last dip @7200-ish, which helps me keep my cool.

Which long term support do you have in mind when you say that? The bottom of the green strip? How high would that be in a end of March/beginning of April interval?
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UPDATE     AND GOOD LUCK


again some waves to ride in BTC-land  Shocked
love to hodl
expanding my collection off BTC's   what must we do with these oppertunities
but hoping to break 5digits again as well

only 24 left ----let the bull season start again so we can have a new game in here
with a little bull sentiment in my haed i hope to erase the last 4 so we would have 20 names and withe a little extra bull thoughts i'm hoping 28/08/2018 will be the last date of this list , BUT we will see offcourse whats gonna happen  Smiley
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March 28, 2018, 10:02:22 PM

Btw, I just wanted to take a second and set a few folks here straight.

You fkn big blocker trolls, BCash shills, and even some Bitcoin bulls who were whining all last year about too high transaction fees and how Bitcoin absolutely NEEDED > 1mb block size and like IMMEDIATELY.

With the Bitcoin mempool nearly empty and 1 sat/B transactions clearing in minutes, you guys can go rightly fk off for good. Seriously. Don't even try to raise that argument here ever, EVER again. Piss off.

Spent soooo much time arguing with you fuckheads last year, now you have fk all of an argument to stand on.

/rant

logged in just to give merits for that one.
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-28/crypto-s-billionaire-trading-king-has-suddenly-run-into-problems
nothing sudden actually, but good background re binance guy
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March 28, 2018, 11:06:35 PM

If you try market selling on Binance you will quickly work out that the books are pathetically thin for even major pairs. I will happily call Binance as being 98% wash trading.
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March 28, 2018, 11:13:01 PM

I see you wretched Hebrews are still trying to pump and dump valueless, imaginary tokens.

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I see you wretched Hebrews are still trying to pump and dump valueless, imaginary tokens.




Yep... I'm waiting for more dips... Cheesy Cheesy



*edit(0): Trading crypto is the new Pokemon Go! Smiley ... Everyone will do it just for fun soon enough... Cheesy Cheesy
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March 29, 2018, 12:33:04 AM

Jbreher:  batching has destroyed outputs as a metric due to a massive reduction in change outputs. If you are going to troll, at least pick something relevant.

Out of curiosity, were you one of the endless stream of shill artists at Satoshi Vision? Which one was you on the videos?

Thanks. I'll make sure to recognize the distinction in the future.

Wasn't there.
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March 29, 2018, 12:33:49 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.

-snip-

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.

We just need to be patient, and wait until next halvening. I still see sucess for bitcoin, we just need to cleanse all the scams first.

That remains part of the BIG QUESTIONs in this space - the extent to which the multiple scammers, pump & dumps, Alts and ICOs are going to keep BTC from pumping again...... will we get one more pump of BTC (along with the various alt shitcoins)
with a more convincing blow-off top before getting the longer drawn out correction that will purge a larger number of those shitcoins?
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March 29, 2018, 12:45:38 AM

Btw, I just wanted to take a second and set a few folks here straight.

You fkn big blocker trolls, BCash shills, and even some Bitcoin bulls who were whining all last year about too high transaction fees and how Bitcoin absolutely NEEDED > 1mb block size and like IMMEDIATELY.

With the Bitcoin mempool nearly empty and 1 sat/B transactions clearing in minutes, you guys can go rightly fk off for good. Seriously. Don't even try to raise that argument here ever, EVER again. Piss off.

Spent soooo much time arguing with you fuckheads last year, now you have fk all of an argument to stand on.

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It's not going to stop them.  They did not have much of an argument last year either (either facts nor logice), but they beat the BIG BLOCKER nutjob arguments of high fees and slow speeds, to death... repeatedly.

Btw, I just wanted to take a second and set a few folks here straight.

You fkn big blocker trolls, BCash shills, and even some Bitcoin bulls who were whining all last year about too high transaction fees and how Bitcoin absolutely NEEDED > 1mb block size and like IMMEDIATELY.

With the Bitcoin mempool nearly empty and 1 sat/B transactions clearing in minutes, you guys can go rightly fk off for good. Seriously. Don't even try to raise that argument here ever, EVER again. Piss off.

Spent soooo much time arguing with you fuckheads last year, now you have fk all of an argument to stand on.

/rant
You do realize that as soon as there is an increased demand for transactions again, fees will go through the roof again, right?
Of course, LN might give us a lot of leeway, but eventually block sizes will need to be increased.


Look above^^^^^^^^... exhibit A  ^^^^^^^^



With the Bitcoin mempool nearly empty and 1 sat/B transactions clearing in minutes, you guys can go rightly fk off for good. Seriously. Don't even try to raise that argument here ever, EVER again. Piss off.

Tough titties, bucko. Your impotent rant hath no power here. I'll raise the argument whenever I want.

Quite dismayingly, the Bitcoin transaction rate seems to be suffering a lack of interest. It has been chopped in half since the heady days of $20K Bitcoin.

https://blockchain.info/charts/n-transactions

Are there 200,000 transactions on LN between the paltry 1000 or so nodes to make up for it? I admit I have been unable to find any statistics, but it seems rather unlikely.

A peer-to-peer system that is seeing declining use is nothing to celebrate.


Look above^^^^^^^^... exhibit B ^^^^^^^^
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Jbreher:  batching has destroyed outputs as a metric due to a massive reduction in change outputs. If you are going to troll, at least pick something relevant.

Out of curiosity, were you one of the endless stream of shill artists at Satoshi Vision? Which one was you on the videos?


You noticed that PeterR has not shown his smug Bcash shill nutjob avatar in recent times?  Maybe he is still recovering from the shock of bullshit that he had to absorb over the weekend?  Truly Traumatized to the extent that PeterR may actually be a real peep?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Look above^^^^^^^^... exhibit A  ^^^^^^^^





Look above^^^^^^^^... exhibit B ^^^^^^^^


So... bigger blocks mean 'common use of bitcoin everywhere'. But that means the overall price of bitcoin will be lower! So if the advocates of bigger blocks want bigger blocks, they will have to give up high prices! Smiley

So... bitcoin tends to become a vault stored asset, so... smaller unheard coins will be used for buying coffee from the corner shop or beer from a bar. Bitcoin will be important just because the miners will be motivated to maintain the network for high fees. Smiley

So... if noobs want bigger blocks, they will have to go somewhere else. Because for now the miners seem to decide the fees. And they will pick higher fees as long as someone pays for the security of their assets. Smiley
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March 29, 2018, 01:14:00 AM

Not yet hit bottom. I think. Asia also never sets the trend. Only reinforces.
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March 29, 2018, 01:55:25 AM

If you try market selling on Binance you will quickly work out that the books are pathetically thin for even major pairs. I will happily call Binance as being 98% wash trading.

I've always doubted their numbers. They seemed to become the top-trading exchange virtually overnight.

only 24 left ----let the bull season start again so we can have a new game in here
with a little bull sentiment in my haed i hope to erase the last 4 so we would have 20 names and withe a little extra bull thoughts i'm hoping 28/08/2018 will be the last date of this list , BUT we will see offcourse whats gonna happen  Smiley

What, no love for the yefi? Tongue

I do think Bitserve has a good chance if we see a quick recovery. He picked a very nice range of dates. Hopefully we won't be in for cryptowinter, otherwise it's gonna be luckgenough56.
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the amount of gov pressure facebook is under might eventually force it to delete any data remaining from deleted accounts.



there is no "delete"

grow up
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the amount of gov pressure facebook is under might eventually force it to delete any data remaining from deleted accounts.



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Yes that will be what Mark Zuckerberg tells all those gov committees, but they might view things differently.
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the amount of gov pressure facebook is under might eventually force it to delete any data remaining from deleted accounts.



there is no "delete"

grow up

Yes that will be what Mark Zuckerberg tells all those gov committees, but they might view things differently.

doesn't matter

you can't "unleak" information just like you can't rechicken a nugget
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Not yet hit bottom. I think. Asia also never sets the trend. Only reinforces.

Unfortunately have to agree with you.  Just look at the majors (like ETH) which have already made lower lows.
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