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April 02, 2018, 04:26:05 AM

I am starting to realize that the very obvious problem here in French Polynesia when it comes to crypto is that there is no bitcoin exchange here.

I am considering changing that. I will be talking to the heads of the three banks here in Tahiti along with regulators to get a feel for how much resistance I will run into if I put up an exchange.

If all goes well, are there any open source solutions out there to give me a template to get started on setting up an exchange? It would seem that with so many exchanges being hacked there would be some open source out there so more eyes can be on it.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1843775.0

https://github.com/peatio/peatio

There are a few options for OS exchanges..   I would make sure you have at least one full stack engineer who is competent and also trustworthy before attempting anything. ymmv.
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April 02, 2018, 04:27:53 AM

I am starting to realize that the very obvious problem here in French Polynesia when it comes to crypto is that there is no bitcoin exchange here.

I am considering changing that. I will be talking to the heads of the three banks here in Tahiti along with regulators to get a feel for how much resistance I will run into if I put up an exchange.

If all goes well, are there any open source solutions out there to give me a template to get started on setting up an exchange? It would seem that with so many exchanges being hacked there would be some open source out there so more eyes can be on it.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1843775.0

https://github.com/peatio/peatio

There are a few options for OS exchanges..   I would make sure you have at least one full stack engineer who is competent and also trustworthy before attempting anything. ymmv.

I would be such an engineer...though my DB skills are not the best. Never have been.
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April 02, 2018, 04:33:20 AM

It's over 7000!!!

Hmm ... just doesn't quite have the same ring to it.

I was looking at the huge sell wall on the bottom that appeared briefly.
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April 02, 2018, 05:34:26 AM

The best thing to hope for in this situation would be a fast and deep drop. It would at least temporarily shake things up and make the crypto game fun again. This probably won't happen, because a slow bleed is most profitable to the few, who own most of this market. Everyone else should "HODL tight", until they are unloading their "digital hope" into real wealth. This is the never-ending cycle of crypto-gambling.
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April 02, 2018, 05:44:32 AM

The best thing to hope for in this situation would be a fast and deep drop. It would at least temporarily shake things up and make the crypto game fun again. This probably won't happen, because a slow bleed is most profitable to the few, who own most of this market. Everyone else should "HODL tight", until they are unloading their "digital hope" into real wealth. This is the never-ending cycle of crypto-gambling.

You sound like someone with a two year investment time horizon. 
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Shit how did btctalk know how many coins I had? Must be running some badass analytics.

Wait a minute... JayGuanGee: Politeness: 2280... hahahahahaha



From the way, Theymos explained the algorithm here, there seems to be a certain advantage with both wordiness and number of posts, because the more words and posts, then the more points users would get from some of the target words.
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Lol. So in America there are 350 million supercomputers and between 2.8 billion and 3.5 billion people assigned to track all the 350 million civilians? Lol. Sounds legit.

Conspiracy theorists =/logic

we outsource most of the surveillance to India
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April 02, 2018, 06:44:49 AM

I think we hit bottom... stoch rsi has a crossover and is pointing up... but maybe one indicator isn’t enough.
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April 02, 2018, 07:02:10 AM

I think we hit bottom... stoch rsi has a crossover and is pointing up... but maybe one indicator isn’t enough.

If indicators would be relaiable it would be too easy... We learned that the hard way. Just HODL, 1BTC = 1BTC until it is sold.
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April 02, 2018, 08:06:31 AM

I think we hit bottom... stoch rsi has a crossover and is pointing up... but maybe one indicator isn’t enough.

If indicators would be relaiable it would be too easy... We learned that the hard way. Just HODL, 1BTC = 1BTC until it is sold.

I think there are layers of complexity. First layer is indicators. But one thing u can’t predict or control is 🐳

Volume also spiking now.
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April 02, 2018, 08:07:30 AM

Does anyone find that their clothing and demeanor does not yet match their new lifestyle and their confusing the hell out of everyone, security guards, etc.
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April 02, 2018, 08:12:48 AM

Does anyone find that their clothing and demeanor does not yet match their new lifestyle and their confusing the hell out of everyone, security guards, etc.

I forgot to cash out at the top, and/or on the way down. My hobo lifestyle couldn't possibly be perceived as a threat to anybody. Except maybe other hobos.
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April 02, 2018, 08:29:05 AM

I think we hit bottom... stoch rsi has a crossover and is pointing up... but maybe one indicator isn’t enough.

If indicators would be relaiable it would be too easy... We learned that the hard way. Just HODL, 1BTC = 1BTC until it is sold.

I think there are layers of complexity. First layer is indicators. But one thing u can’t predict or control is 🐳

Volume also spiking now.

If in doubt, fundamentals will win.
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April 02, 2018, 08:35:39 AM

Hehe bears getting butthurt... we need some bear capitulation and pain  Cool
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April 02, 2018, 08:38:39 AM

Does anyone find that their clothing and demeanor does not yet match their new lifestyle and their confusing the hell out of everyone, security guards, etc.

LOL  i got hassled coming into NZ because I said I was retired when asked for occupation.
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April 02, 2018, 08:55:24 AM

Does anyone find that their clothing and demeanor does not yet match their new lifestyle and their confusing the hell out of everyone, security guards, etc.

Now that you are a gentleman:

https://www.debretts.com/expertise/etiquette/

https://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/The-Store-Bergdorf-Goodman/Store-Services/Personal-Styling/cat140006/c.cat
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April 02, 2018, 09:24:25 AM

The best thing to hope for in this situation would be a fast and deep drop. It would at least temporarily shake things up and make the crypto game fun again. This probably won't happen, because a slow bleed is most profitable to the few, who own most of this market. Everyone else should "HODL tight", until they are unloading their "digital hope" into real wealth. This is the never-ending cycle of crypto-gambling.

There was allready a Nice and deep drop...... but the best is nobody knows When or what or how deep or how high what Going to happen Will be NEW for all of us
The tech is new and very exciting Many people wants to join it and young and younger people Will get involved more and more
Its Made to BOOOOOOM and skyrocket and firetrain and crush financial institutes and  Grin
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