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May 14, 2018, 03:02:07 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland from rain-soaked Puerto Morelos. Down on the coast for a day to visit with friends and buy a new wifi router, and a few other things that are unavailable in the jungle.

First internet access in almost a week and I see the decline from $9.95k continues, although it rebounded a little this morning... currently $8800USD/$11230CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Why is it that the best buying dips always seem to happen when I have no access to buying?
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Got a couple more weeks before heading north before the real rainy season begins. Busy preparing for the rains by replacing the roof and fixing the stucco on the walls of the house I bought in January.

I also have to plant a couple of rows of guano palms along the road frontage of my second property (which I bought last week) before the rains come. They should be well-watered and established by the time I come back down in November and will make an excellent privacy "hedge" as well as a fine source of roofing thatch.
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May 14, 2018, 03:10:49 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland from rain-soaked Puerto Morelos. Down on the coast for a day to visit with friends and buy a new wifi router, and a few other things that are unavailable in the jungle.

First internet access in almost a week and I see the decline from $9.95k continues, although it rebounded a little this morning... currently $8800USD/$11230CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Why is it that the best buying dips always seem to happen when I have no access to buying?
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Got a couple more weeks before heading north before the real rainy season begins. Busy preparing for the rains by replacing the roof and fixing the stucco on the walls of the house I bought in January.

I also have to plant a couple of rows of guano palms along the road frontage of my second property (which I bought last week) before the rains come. They should be well-watered and established by the time I come back down in November and will make an excellent privacy "hedge" as well as a fine source of roofing thatch.

Good morning Jimbo.

How much for those properties if you don't mind to tell? Just curious...

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May 14, 2018, 03:19:59 PM

Did the coincensus already start?  Grin

Yep, and it has started with the most remarkable moment in Bitcoin so far.

--Bankers know the revolution is coming--

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May 14, 2018, 03:28:29 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland from rain-soaked Puerto Morelos. Down on the coast for a day to visit with friends and buy a new wifi router, and a few other things that are unavailable in the jungle.

First internet access in almost a week and I see the decline from $9.95k continues, although it rebounded a little this morning... currently $8800USD/$11230CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Why is it that the best buying dips always seem to happen when I have no access to buying?
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Got a couple more weeks before heading north before the real rainy season begins. Busy preparing for the rains by replacing the roof and fixing the stucco on the walls of the house I bought in January.

I also have to plant a couple of rows of guano palms along the road frontage of my second property (which I bought last week) before the rains come. They should be well-watered and established by the time I come back down in November and will make an excellent privacy "hedge" as well as a fine source of roofing thatch.

So i guess you are not a holder ?
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May 14, 2018, 03:41:25 PM

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May 14, 2018, 03:52:03 PM


Good morning Jimbo.

How much for those properties if you don't mind to tell? Just curious...



The first one was a 60% stake in a 50 meter x 50 meter property including the main house, cookhouse, composting outhouse and 2 wells, one dug and one drilled. There is an additional smaller house that the original owner moved into. It has 110v electricity, intermittent town water and is just barely within town limits of a village of less than 1000 people on a gravel road. It cost me about $15kCAD, one third debt repayment, one third cash, and one third Bitcoin.

The other is a raw jungle lot with 30 meters frontage on an unnamed mud road, 15 meters deep. It is currently unserviced but I should have water by next fall and hopefully power within the year once it has electricity it will be within town limits. Both my neighbors have already offered to buy the property from me. It cost me $3.1kCAD cash.
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May 14, 2018, 04:10:37 PM

Well that was a big squeeze a 400$ increase in just 15 minutes shows signs of Bitcoin's strength and its bulls are showing that they are no pushover when it comes to price action. 9,000$- 9,200$ is the next target if we have stayed above 8,800 to confirm that we broke it. The bull flag is looking good and reaching that target has a high chance because of the increasing volume as well.  If the RSI on the daily trend will hit double bottom in 40 this will confirm BTC is going on the bullish side.
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May 14, 2018, 04:14:48 PM


Something to do with lambos and a conference is a reason for a rise.   Not sure how Lambo adds up to anything more the doge meme but this article was funny

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard and FedEx Corp. CEO Frederick Smith, who said blockchain technology “could be the next big disruption.”

Bullard did throw some cold water on the festivities, noting that “cryptocurrencies are creating drift toward a non-uniform currency in the U.S., a state of affairs that has existed historically but was disliked and eventually replaced.”

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-14/bitcoin-climbs-from-three-week-low-as-lambos-take-manhattan


So he is arguing against competitive currency valuation or the status of the USA economy before Federal reserve arrived and saw 90% of dollar value lost.    Every so slightly self biased in his observation possibly.


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If something is continually failing, a drift or occurrence of alternatives is a very healthy response by the economy to avoid that failure.  If the devaluation benefits some it does not benefit the millions who start life with nothing but their own labour and payment for that labour.
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May 14, 2018, 04:43:52 PM

The bears and bulls are clashing.
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Why is it that the best buying dips always seem to happen when I have no access to buying?


Have to say, Jimbo - there have been people here noticing that when you go down South the price action immediately seems to follow in the same direction.

There have been mumblings here about having a word with you over your jaunts - for the greater good, naturally.

Personally I will be happy just to know when your travel plans are planned enough time in advance... Wink
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May 14, 2018, 05:09:12 PM

The bears and bulls are clashing.
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard and FedEx Corp. CEO Frederick Smith, who said blockchain technology “could be the next big disruption.”

Bullard did throw some cold water on the festivities, noting that “cryptocurrencies are creating drift toward a non-uniform currency in the U.S., a state of affairs that has existed historically but was disliked and eventually replaced.”

In case you people are completely blind about what the Jewish money changer plan is, it's to use Bitcoin to get the nose of the camel under the tent as a bait and switch, then force you into some new cashless society slave grid token. It DOES NOT MATTER if you attempt to refuse their token and use bitcoin instead because they control the entire legislature and will just take a snapshot of the chain on a certain date, add chain anchor (identity on blockchain), then legislate you're required to use it.

This is why things like atomic swaps are idiotic garbage.  It just facilitates forced mass migrations done by the state under tyrannical law under whatever metrics they choose.  A hard fork is typically semi-difficult to do, but not when you can just invalidate the entire previous chain using the legal system and then mandate you're required to atomic swap if you want to spend at all or be considered a laundering criminal (or snapshots, same difference).

The ease in which you can swap from one chain to another with things like atomic swaps exponentially increases the odds of the state running all transaction validators, consensus rules, and everything else to 100%.  Coindesk Jewdesk has long pushed the propaganda:  'bitcoin? blockchain? it's all the same thing.  Just use whichever one we tell you to!', to attempt to make this reality.  

There is no escaping forced migration to Jewish money changer chain.  You're just helping the state bring in their cashless society slave system by agreeing to use any of this garbage.  It's not even possible to create a decentralized cryptocurrency in the first place.  They're all designed to centralize with non-fungible tokens, so a permissioned ledger in practice without the state even being involved.  If you wanted to support an actual decentralized, sound monetary system, you would support physical silver or gold, not imaginary digital slave tokens.

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May 14, 2018, 05:30:51 PM

Oh yea, this story isn't new and has been floating around for a long time, but since this is Elwar's department, where did you send all the money to Elwar?  Straight to Tel Aviv?

$21 trillion lost: Largest theft in history buried under guise of US national security

https://www.rt.com/usa/426643-lee-camp-pentagon-theft/

inb4 someone claims underground doomsday cities and not Jews.
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May 14, 2018, 05:42:37 PM

I love you Bart Smiley
I don't quite like him/it (as in the trading pattern). I hate this trading manipulation in simple plain sight and I suppose when there's no need to hide it somehow we are entering in a very dangerous territory. Or maybe it's Monday and I am on the Dark Side of The Moon.  Roll Eyes
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May 14, 2018, 05:44:55 PM

Why is it that the best buying dips always seem to happen when I have no access to buying?

It's all right, we fixed it for you. In light of the fact that your travel coincides with a fall in price, we have revoked your passport. Effective upon your return home.
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May 14, 2018, 06:23:27 PM

Well that was a big squeeze a 400$ increase in just 15 minutes shows signs of Bitcoin's strength and its bulls are showing that they are no pushover when it comes to price action. 9,000$- 9,200$ is the next target if we have stayed above 8,800 to confirm that we broke it. The bull flag is looking good and reaching that target has a high chance because of the increasing volume as well.  If the RSI on the daily trend will hit double bottom in 40 this will confirm BTC is going on the bullish side.

Ranging between the daily 50 MA and 200 MA is just noise. Your confirmation is daily price breaking through the 200 MA, testing and holding.
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May 14, 2018, 06:33:29 PM

IN the last week the price goes down around $400. But today it again recovers it and it means that the bitcoin always recover its loss so the main thing is the hope which goes to recover again its price.
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May 14, 2018, 07:19:11 PM

Well that was a big squeeze a 400$ increase in just 15 minutes shows signs of Bitcoin's strength and its bulls are showing that they are no pushover when it comes to price action. 9,000$- 9,200$ is the next target if we have stayed above 8,800 to confirm that we broke it. The bull flag is looking good and reaching that target has a high chance because of the increasing volume as well.  If the RSI on the daily trend will hit double bottom in 40 this will confirm BTC is going on the bullish side.

Ranging between the daily 50 MA and 200 MA is just noise. Your confirmation is daily price breaking through the 200 MA, testing and holding.

Yes all this confirm or can confirm the bitcoin price ... the real price is more and more superior of the value of this last days ... I think afther consensus 2018 and this summer we can go to the new ATH ... the people opening the eyes and see the bitcoin is the biggest world reserve of value more and more superior of gold Wink
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May 14, 2018, 07:28:03 PM

The next pump gonna take place soon to test 9K.

All is in place for that.
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