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Question: Highest price we'll see in 2022:
50,000 - 14 (17.1%)
60,000 - 3 (3.7%)
70,000 - 4 (4.9%)
80,000 - 6 (7.3%)
90,000 - 4 (4.9%)
100,000 - 7 (8.5%)
125,000 - 15 (18.3%)
150,000 - 7 (8.5%)
175,000 - 2 (2.4%)
200,000 - 2 (2.4%)
225,000 - 5 (6.1%)
250,000 - 4 (4.9%)
275,000 - 1 (1.2%)
300,000 - 0 (0%)
>300,000 - 8 (9.8%)
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May 18, 2018, 01:26:08 AM

Mine is above 140; Where does that put me?

Autistic.

I would bet bitcoins to donuts that Satoshi's IQ was in the 110-140 range. Along with all the core devs.

So once again, r0ach can rightly fuck off.
Did satoshi and the core devs build bitcoin because the thought it was going to moon and be the new world reserve currency or just because it was a fun tech project?

Do you troll here just to talk your book, or because you have nothing better to do?
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May 18, 2018, 01:39:07 AM

I read just now that 162 is the maximum score
Yeah they won't let you score above a certain threshold. If you score above 160 in Canada then they either round down or disqualify you (in my experience).

This much volatility in bitcoin price is going to be good for Wallstreet so that they can advertise their upcoming centralized crypto as being more stable than decentralized crypto, regardless of where the price goes from here. Bankers gotta lend. Guess I'll keep buying until I run out of fiat.


Hueristic says you have to pay to join. Do they give you a higher score if you pay extra to the examiner in cash?


I didn't join Mensa when I found out they wanted me to pay ....

 Well you don't have to be a genius to know that an organization need money to function.   I don't think there are any up front fees to join this particular group though having oodles of fame and cash probably give you a leg up... and hey! Free IQ test Wink


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May 18, 2018, 01:47:00 AM

I signed a million year contract with the Sea Org once. You never live that down.
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May 18, 2018, 01:51:42 AM

I signed a million year contract with the Sea Org once. You never live that down.
Once you go that far anyway, why stop at a million? That's the problem with those people. They have no vision.
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Actually it was a billion years. My mistake.
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May 18, 2018, 02:15:34 AM

Actually it was a billion years. My mistake.

I don't think my comment applies any less to a billion than a million Cheesy
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May 18, 2018, 02:35:16 AM

Good evening Bitcoinland. My condolences. Cry


Wats up like dat?


Several of your posts come off as detached, and kind of relishing downwards ticks in BTC prices.  Did you sell some BTC or did you margin short?
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Looking at the weeklies going all the way back to 2013, seeing 5 consecutive green candles outside of a bull run is pretty rare.

In fact, they are non-existent during the 2014 bear market (if you don't count consecutive dojis).



It was only during the 2015 recovery/accumulation phase, when price and volume finally bottomed out, that 5-week greens reappeared.
Volatility spiked +/-30% in waves. Volume remained low. In hindsight, this proved to be an extremely lucrative accumulation period.

It took 7 months after the Mid 2014 Bubble top before the start of a 5 week rise again.
It took 14 months after the Late 2014 Bubble top, before the start of a 5 week rise again.
It was with the third 5-week rise, accompanied by a sharp rise in volume, that the great Bull Run of 2015-2017 began.

It has only been 4-5 months since the 2017 Bubble pop before the start of our first 5 week rise.

Methinks this is bullish AF.
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May 18, 2018, 02:48:09 AM

Good evening Bitcoinland. My condolences. Cry


Wats up like dat?


Several of your posts come off as detached, and kind of relishing downwards ticks in BTC prices.  Did you sell some BTC or did you margin short?

Don't mind me. Getting used to being the butt of my own joke. Undecided
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May 18, 2018, 02:50:31 AM

i'm a very not good with computer

It's funny you mention that.  Out of the large section of people I know from bitcoin, this is how it breaks down:

IQ 80 or lower:  Thinks bitcoin is some type of pyramid scam or poorly designed centralized garbage that will implode

IQ 95-105:        Thinks bitcoin is the greatest invention since the wheel and will be the world reserve currency

IQ 110-140:      Thinks bitcoin is some type of pyramid scam or poorly designed centralized garbage that will implode
Mine is above 140; Where does that put me?

In the self-serving bragger camp.    Roll Eyes
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May 18, 2018, 02:56:09 AM

I signed a million year contract with the Sea Org once. You never live that down.
Once you go that far anyway, why stop at a million? That's the problem with those people. They have no vision.

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May 18, 2018, 03:01:32 AM

I signed a million year contract with the Sea Org once. You never live that down.

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May 18, 2018, 03:05:42 AM

Good evening Bitcoinland. My condolences. Cry


Wats up like dat?


Several of your posts come off as detached, and kind of relishing downwards ticks in BTC prices.  Did you sell some BTC or did you margin short?

Don't mind me. Getting used to being the butt of my own joke. Undecided

Nothing wrong with that.

Those are the waayz of the quasi-anonymous interwebs.

Anyhow, you can still answer dee question in order that yours truly and perhaps some udder WO peeps have some dirt to throw in your direction when dis bad boy reverses.
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May 18, 2018, 03:06:43 AM

Mine is above 140; Where does that put me?

Autistic.

I would bet bitcoins to donuts that Satoshi's IQ was in the 110-140 range. Along with all the core devs.

So once again, r0ach can rightly fuck off.
Did satoshi and the core devs build bitcoin because the thought it was going to moon and be the new world reserve currency or just because it was a fun tech project?

Do you troll here just to talk your book, or because you have nothing better to do?
I don't see how your comment is relevant and how my comment could possibly have something to do with trading or my book.  It seems you are stuck in one mode of thinking.  I'm sorry you are having such a tough time with your trades this week.
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May 18, 2018, 03:06:55 AM

Did satoshi and the core devs build bitcoin because the thought it was going to moon and be the new world reserve currency or just because it was a fun tech project?

Do you troll here just to talk your book, or because you have nothing better to do?

I dunno... seems like a reasonable point to ponder. Why does it appear to you as either book-talkin' or trolling?
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Let´s assume that your theory is correct for a second. What exactly is the argument why silver will have higher gains than Gold
in this scenario? The industrial usage?

There's numerous reasons:
  
1)  Silver is the most downwardly manipulated commodity on earth using paper derivatives in the concentration of traders in the CFTC COT.

2)  Trading the GSR is an actual thing.

3)  Organizations like The Pilgrims Society which sought to suppress the market cap of silver no longer have any reason to do so.  Nations like India and various Arab states have hoarded tons of gold now while the west is empty of gold, so instead of suppressing silver, these organizations have more incentive to try and suppress gold and pump silver now, otherwise the old world order becomes slaves of...India?  Yea, that's not gonna happen.  Entities like Russia don't really care if they try and pump silver either since Putin has been stacking silver.  Putin is prepared for whatever happens.

4)  The ideal form of money does not have zero intrinsic value, it has the most intrinsic value. Meaning if it was possible, humans would likely be using blocks of pure energy as money like the transformers cartoon.  Since we do not have the ability to store energy like that, some sort of metastable commodity like oil that produces energy would be the next best thing, except for the fact one of the main purposes of real money is to remove counterparty risk, and you simply can't do that using oil as money, not to mention oil performs mediocre or poorly in the other traits required as well.

Since we don't have any viable way to use energy as money while satisfying the traits required of money, a standard physical matter commodity currency is the next best thing because matter is energy anyway.  In the old days, to the dismay of the aristocrats, the amount of economic activity done in silver was always so high, it would constantly creep up on gold.  Since the use cases of silver have vastly increased since those days, while gold has not, if an actual free market occurs, silver will likely rival or defeat gold in market cap.

5)  It's likely JP Morgan rigging the paper market while buying the physical market is just a form of stealth confiscation of metals without going through the route of using an executive order, then the US govt will use this as a last resort to back it's currency after the dollar implodes since the coinage act of 1792 says $1 is supposed to be composed of 371 grains of silver anyway.  Canada also has zero gold, while Mexico has lots of silver.  If you live anywhere in North America, silver will likely be huge in the future, while silver has always been huge in China and India in the past until the western money powers tried to sabotage them with things like the opium wars.
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May 18, 2018, 03:21:42 AM

Mine is above 140; Where does that put me?

Autistic.

I would bet bitcoins to donuts that Satoshi's IQ was in the 110-140 range. Along with all the core devs.

So once again, r0ach can rightly fuck off.
Did satoshi and the core devs build bitcoin because the thought it was going to moon and be the new world reserve currency or just because it was a fun tech project?

bitcoin came from the occupy wall street movement...!  Roll Eyes  ~it was to bring clarity to the financial markets...lol
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May 18, 2018, 03:26:47 AM

Mine is above 140; Where does that put me?

Autistic.

I would bet bitcoins to donuts that Satoshi's IQ was in the 110-140 range. Along with all the core devs.

So once again, r0ach can rightly fuck off.
Did satoshi and the core devs build bitcoin because the thought it was going to moon and be the new world reserve currency or just because it was a fun tech project?

bitcoin came from the occupy wall street movement...!  Roll Eyes  ~it was to bring clarity to the financial markets...lol
Bitcoin came 3 years before Occupy...
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May 18, 2018, 03:51:15 AM

Looks like we are going to 7300-7500 maybe, then pullback from there.

Bitcoin price is highly manipulated for weeks now with a lot of low pumps and dumps to get more btc for the big whales then at one moment it gonna skyrock to new ATH.

Yeah we saw that all time with all altcoins.



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May 18, 2018, 04:01:49 AM


I got a six pack of beer...and it's titty squeezing time

Zappa, "Titties and Beer"!

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I mean you shoulda seen some of the souls i had...
Why there was milhous nixon 'n agnew, too...
'n both of those suckers was worse 'n you..."
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