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June 13, 2018, 06:19:02 PM

So I've heard that Goldman Sachs has started a Bitcoin trading desk.

Raise your hand if you think they would kick things off by going long with huge on-exchange market buys?

Or...?  Grin

Lol, CME ?
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June 13, 2018, 06:30:52 PM

In view of a possible -and extended- cryptographic winter, and the comments and advice that have emerged here about stocking up with enough to withstand the winter, I have the following question arises... how much is enough to live on for a year (mainly considering housing, food , and basic services) in their respective contexts? Other places in the world?
I live in Latin America, and I would say that with 10,000 dollars (or even less) one can live comfortably for a year (taking into account that I am young, I live alone, and I consider myself a minimalist person).

I thank you in advance for your answers.

I would say $75,000/year for me would be a minimum. But that's pretty bare bones. I'd have to cut out international travel and lattes.  Cheesy

I’m waiting for 1BTC/year to be enough
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June 13, 2018, 06:38:18 PM

All of the Youtubes and professional investors are telling me I should sell.

Has anyone heard what Goldman Sachs is suggesting? If they're saying sell then I'm definitely dumping it all.
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June 13, 2018, 06:40:10 PM

In view of a possible -and extended- cryptographic winter, and the comments and advice that have emerged here about stocking up with enough to withstand the winter, I have the following question arises... how much is enough to live on for a year (mainly considering housing, food , and basic services) in their respective contexts? Other places in the world?
I live in Latin America, and I would say that with 10,000 dollars (or even less) one can live comfortably for a year (taking into account that I am young, I live alone, and I consider myself a minimalist person).

I thank you in advance for your answers.

I would say $75,000/year for me would be a minimum. But that's pretty bare bones. I'd have to cut out international travel and lattes.  Cheesy

I’m waiting for 1BTC/year to be enough

I can't imagine a future where 1 BTC hasn't hit $100,000 by 2022. And that's the unlikely, long term bearish scenario, in my mind.
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June 13, 2018, 06:42:05 PM

All of the Youtubes and professional investors are telling me I should sell.

Has anyone heard what Goldman Sachs is suggesting? If they're saying sell then I'm definitely dumping it all.

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June 13, 2018, 06:44:11 PM

What's this green candle doing on my chart?
first green shoots of decent retracement springing up from support area?
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June 13, 2018, 06:46:33 PM

Oh my god it go to zero in 10 secs Grin
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June 13, 2018, 06:46:41 PM

Bottom??

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June 13, 2018, 06:50:01 PM

Which May btc go to 12228 $ game>? Huh 2019?
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June 13, 2018, 06:50:38 PM

Who the fuck are these posters? I thought only the same 10 people posted in here.

Seriously though looking at the old charts i have come to the conclusion I have no fucking idea how to tell when something is the true bottom or just a bull trap.
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June 13, 2018, 07:00:42 PM

BTC Dominance: 40

Can we get a new poll, at which price point will the miners run out of spare funds to support bcash?

Never. Same hash algo. They can instantly retarget their hashpower to whatever garners them profit. As some miners abandon BCH (as if -- who is it misguided BTC maximalists insist is the primary driving force behind BCH?), it becomes more profitable for those that remain. And unlike BTC, BCH can ratchet down its difficulty to ensure stability under any circumstance.

kampai!
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June 13, 2018, 07:01:52 PM

Who the fuck are these posters? I thought only the same 10 people posted in here.

Seriously though looking at the old charts i have come to the conclusion I have no fucking idea how to tell when something is the true bottom or just a bull trap.


I don't think the volume is high enough.  We should have at least 1 more leg down.
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June 13, 2018, 07:03:17 PM

BTC Dominance: 40

Can we get a new poll, at which price point will the miners run out of spare funds to support bcash?

Never. Same hash algo. They can instantly retarget their hashpower to whatever garners them profit. As some miners abandon BCH (as if -- who is it misguided BTC maximalists insist is the primary driving force behind BCH?), it becomes more profitable for those that remain. And unlike BTC, BCH can ratchet down its difficulty to ensure stability under any circumstance.

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When flip?
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June 13, 2018, 07:06:35 PM

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Seriously though looking at the old charts i have come to the conclusion I have no fucking idea how to tell when something is the true bottom or just a bull trap.
I thought it was very easy to spot bottoms on the left side of the chart. But the right side is the most problematic area for me Grin
its just probabilities game. and it can be additionally  improved by trading style. The best part is, one dont need to be right most of the time to win.

guess if one goes all in full margin, he is likely to find out very soon if it was true bottom or not
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June 13, 2018, 07:08:29 PM

I'm not seeing images people are posting in here.

Can someone tell me if they are seeing them OR are you getting the same message I'm getting in regards to "Image Proxy Bandwidth Exceeded" on EVERY post a user makes on here?
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June 13, 2018, 07:09:43 PM

I'm not seeing images people are posting in here.

Can someone tell me if they are seeing them OR are you getting the same message I'm getting in regards to "Image Proxy Bandwidth Exceeded" on EVERY post a user makes on here?
its you
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June 13, 2018, 07:11:10 PM

I'm not seeing images people are posting in here.

Can someone tell me if they are seeing them OR are you getting the same message I'm getting in regards to "Image Proxy Bandwidth Exceeded" on EVERY post a user makes on here?
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Oh "I'M" the one who exceeded the limit?

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If so, will I be able to see them once the 24 hour period is over and my bandwidth is restored or is it longer than 24 hours?
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