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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 26 (20%)
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100% - 10 (7.7%)
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June 08, 2018, 01:19:49 PM

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June 08, 2018, 01:21:09 PM

The hash rate scares me, all that money being poured into serving the network.     Im all for efficiency driven competition, the network has to stay cheap vs competitors to use so I dont want to see them with higher costs from big R&D on asic.   I guess it'll work itself out in some way
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The SEC Says Bitcoin Can Replace Sovereign Currencies And Cryptocurrencies Are Not Securities. (thecryptograph.net)
https://thecryptograph.net/sec-says-bitcoin-can-replace-sovereign-currencies-not-security-but-icos-are/

This seems massive news, taxing every single transaction and exchange of crypto is basically criminalising a population because normal people cant be paying accountants to do their books because they bought a bottle of shampoo with bitcoin.   Seems there is conflicting ideas and it cant be that people suffer from just doing normal things.

Roughly bullish action, 7720 as a short term cap and 7370 seems a good base.  yea I have 7720 already drawn in as a fib line, that'd make 8043 target upside initially

That sounds like great news but I feel like we're being punked. Smiley

Andy Warhol Is a Bitcoin Star for 15 Minutes

Thanks to the blockchain, anyone can own a tiny part of a masterpiece. They just can’t touch it.

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-06-08/andy-warhol-bitcoins-are-famous-for-15-minutes

It looks to me like the old way for the rich to hide assets is trying to dump their shitcoins on us. Cheesy

..


edit: figured my 4000th post should be a little wordier than usual.  How'd I do JG?



Congrats, I preferred the guess who. Wink

I like how Germany is good in accepting crypto.

German Banks Have the Right to Exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum to Euros on ATMs Says Regulator

Germany’s FCA, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), has clarified that banks have the right to offer bitcoin or eth to euro exchanges on ATMs.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/06/05/german-banks-right-exchange-bitcoin-ethereum-euros-atms-says-regulator

W0w looks they have their tools prepared to track the chain and are ready to monetize. Better not slack any more in opsec.

I like how Germany is good in accepting crypto.

German Banks Have the Right to Exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum to Euros on ATMs Says Regulator

Germany’s FCA, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), has clarified that banks have the right to offer bitcoin or eth to euro exchanges on ATMs.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/06/05/german-banks-right-exchange-bitcoin-ethereum-euros-atms-says-regulator

In Germany Bitcoin is considered a private money. Exchanging bitcoins is akin to exchanging foreign currency.

In order to set up a bitcoin exchange in Germany you need to get the several hundred thousand euro foreign exchange license just to get started.

They block localbitcoins because they consider it an exchange.

No surprise, they are doing the same in US now. Rounding up people without moneylender licenses. The bankers don't like competition and they have the law to do their dirty work.




I didn't vote this time because I literally had no clue if we really have found the bottom (hope so) or are just getting played again. But after some thought I do think we have found the bottom though and gone through the shakeout mostly.



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June 08, 2018, 03:08:29 PM

The hash rate scares me, all that money being poured into serving the network.     Im all for efficiency driven competition, the network has to stay cheap vs competitors to use so I dont want to see them with higher costs from big R&D on asic.   I guess it'll work itself out in some way
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The SEC Says Bitcoin Can Replace Sovereign Currencies And Cryptocurrencies Are Not Securities. (thecryptograph.net)
https://thecryptograph.net/sec-says-bitcoin-can-replace-sovereign-currencies-not-security-but-icos-are/

This seems massive news, taxing every single transaction and exchange of crypto is basically criminalising a population because normal people cant be paying accountants to do their books because they bought a bottle of shampoo with bitcoin.   Seems there is conflicting ideas and it cant be that people suffer from just doing normal things.

Roughly bullish action, 7720 as a short term cap and 7370 seems a good base.  yea I have 7720 already drawn in as a fib line, that'd make 8043 target upside initially

That sounds like great news but I feel like we're being punked. Smiley

Andy Warhol Is a Bitcoin Star for 15 Minutes

Thanks to the blockchain, anyone can own a tiny part of a masterpiece. They just can’t touch it.

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-06-08/andy-warhol-bitcoins-are-famous-for-15-minutes

It looks to me like the old way for the rich to hide assets is trying to dump their shitcoins on us. Cheesy

..


edit: figured my 4000th post should be a little wordier than usual.  How'd I do JG?



Congrats, I preferred the guess who. Wink

I like how Germany is good in accepting crypto.

German Banks Have the Right to Exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum to Euros on ATMs Says Regulator

Germany’s FCA, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), has clarified that banks have the right to offer bitcoin or eth to euro exchanges on ATMs.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/06/05/german-banks-right-exchange-bitcoin-ethereum-euros-atms-says-regulator

W0w looks they have their tools prepared to track the chain and are ready to monetize. Better not slack any more in opsec.

I like how Germany is good in accepting crypto.

German Banks Have the Right to Exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum to Euros on ATMs Says Regulator

Germany’s FCA, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), has clarified that banks have the right to offer bitcoin or eth to euro exchanges on ATMs.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/06/05/german-banks-right-exchange-bitcoin-ethereum-euros-atms-says-regulator

In Germany Bitcoin is considered a private money. Exchanging bitcoins is akin to exchanging foreign currency.

In order to set up a bitcoin exchange in Germany you need to get the several hundred thousand euro foreign exchange license just to get started.

They block localbitcoins because they consider it an exchange.

No surprise, they are doing the same in US now. Rounding up people without moneylender licenses. The bankers don't like competition and they have the law to do their dirty work.




I didn't vote this time because I literally had no clue if we really have found the bottom (hope so) or are just getting played again. But after some thought I do think we have found the bottom though and gone through the shakeout mostly.




Wow a lot of news and it seems all pretty damn promising.
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June 08, 2018, 03:18:05 PM



There are those old depth chart pictures I've missed! I also miss those prices too, if only I've bought more and realized me joking BTC would hit $10k wasn't actually a joke and would be eventually true. $239, oh boy good price. Can we get these depth chart pictures again? What happened to the bot that used to post these?

I wonder?

Is there much of a difference now, buying at $7,600, as compared with buying at $239 in 2015?

Or maybe $7,600 today is like buying at $600 in 2015?  I wonder?

Part of the comparison is that $239 would have been a 77% correction point, down from $1,163.   $7,600 is about a 61% correction point from $19,666  - and $600 would be a 52% correction point from $1,163.... ... If we want to stick with the 61% correction, then we are at about $450, down from $1,163. 

Remember there was a long period between about November 2015 and May 2016, that we were largely stuck between $350 and $450, so getting above $450 seemed a barrier, and then when we finally broke above $450, there was another dip down in July/August 2016, after the Bitfinex"hack" news.  After getting over that Bitfinex "hack" FUD, three digits became a kind of history that was only briefly touched upon again in March 2017..   So recent, yet seems almost like ancient history.



I bought all of mine for under £400 in 2014.

Beautiful, just beautiful Cheesy

Not really sure what my stash cost me tbh.
I paid a ridorkulous electric bill for a year in 2015 for the
majority of them. I think I did ok....

Oh when I said under £400 I meant £400 each.
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I like how Germany is good in accepting crypto.

German Banks Have the Right to Exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum to Euros on ATMs Says Regulator

Germany’s FCA, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), has clarified that banks have the right to offer bitcoin or eth to euro exchanges on ATMs.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/06/05/german-banks-right-exchange-bitcoin-ethereum-euros-atms-says-regulator

Au contraire. The almighty BaFin just confirmed (more or less) you need a banking licence in order to install a BTC-ATM in Germany. Why do you think there is no BTC-ATM in Germany? I guess the initial costs for a banking licence (100k € or something like that) are the root cause... Most (all?) of the German BTC related "exchange" businesses went to other countries, years ago. Undecided
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don't you mind my little meme i've done recently - "btc in 2018"  Roll Eyes

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June 08, 2018, 03:50:47 PM

this is a fantastic project.
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+1 WOsMerit   Cry     61 years young..  God speed.

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Good morning all. Another day of underwhelming performance from the King.

Bitcoin continues to massively under perform compared to most other alt markets. This will have to stop at some point I would think. Perhaps not, maybe bitcoin will be happy playing second or third fiddle. Technical indicators are set for a rise but I believe it will be suppressed again. The manipulation being used to hold down the market to entice institutional investors is getting old. People will buy in because a product is better than everything else..not because of its price. 

There are a couple of possibilities...raise the price so FOMO begins and people jump aboard..or lower it a few thousand so capitulation happens and people are willing to buy the bottom. Being stuck here in limbo is not doing anyone any good imo.

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Bitcoin/Litecoin decentralised atomic swap on the LN network  Cool

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Bear pennant?



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Its pretty obvious to see the manipulation forcing the price downwards. I dont have a good feeling guys. Sorry about the proposed bull run..its a tarp.

Lets wait until the legacy markets close so we can show everyone how cool crypto is because we pump and dump on weekends. ftfy.

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June 08, 2018, 07:10:58 PM

Common BTC give me a big old pump cause its friday and weekend starts early allready sipping on Some alchoholic drinks ...... preparing for saturday to drink and eat Some more its a total getting f***** up week
Just wanna see Some green on the coinmarketcap with a good weekend pump
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June 08, 2018, 07:24:24 PM

Another of my charts



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So sideways for the next half year. good chance to accumulate.
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June 08, 2018, 09:15:29 PM

Another of my charts



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So sideways for the next half year. good chance to accumulate.

Come on... Not again...  Undecided
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QUICK list 12288 is finisht GOOD LUCK   WO's

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There are those old depth chart pictures I've missed! I also miss those prices too, if only I've bought more and realized me joking BTC would hit $10k wasn't actually a joke and would be eventually true. $239, oh boy good price. Can we get these depth chart pictures again? What happened to the bot that used to post these?

I wonder?

Is there much of a difference now, buying at $7,600, as compared with buying at $239 in 2015?

Or maybe $7,600 today is like buying at $600 in 2015?  I wonder?

Part of the comparison is that $239 would have been a 77% correction point, down from $1,163.   $7,600 is about a 61% correction point from $19,666  - and $600 would be a 52% correction point from $1,163.... ... If we want to stick with the 61% correction, then we are at about $450, down from $1,163.  

Remember there was a long period between about November 2015 and May 2016, that we were largely stuck between $350 and $450, so getting above $450 seemed a barrier, and then when we finally broke above $450, there was another dip down in July/August 2016, after the Bitfinex"hack" news.  After getting over that Bitfinex "hack" FUD, three digits became a kind of history that was only briefly touched upon again in March 2017..   So recent, yet seems almost like ancient history.



I bought all of mine for under £400 in 2014.

Beautiful, just beautiful Cheesy

O.k.  I don't doubt that you bought a lot of bitcoin in 2014 (perhaps the vast majority of your BTC stash), and perhaps averaging for less than £400   ---- but call me a doubting Thomas with regards to whether you have been sitting on your stash (HODLing completely?) for 4 years-ish.  

In other words, I am doubting your claim to "all".  

I am thinking that you must have either bought more, since then, or sold some - accordingly, you are not very likely to be locked into all of your coins at one purchase price - especially given your level of activities in this bitcointalk forum.  

I believe you have responded to this question before, but I have forgotten your answer - except that I recall that you have some sell price-point targets that BTC has not reached yet, so for the sake of refreshing memories and repetition and without giving up too much of your possible stashing privacy, please provide a few more details.


Edit:  add below response to sirazimuth


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Not really sure what my stash cost me tbh.
I paid a ridorkulous electric bill for a year in 2015 for the
majority of them. I think I did ok....

You should be able to get a ballpark figure.  I do find some calculations to be difficult, especially if you buy and sell and buy back.  Also, sometimes there can be questions about what to count as expenses, and verifying that all your coins are accounted for, which could cause average costs to go up in the event that you lose some of your coins.
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