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June 26, 2018, 01:11:24 AM

Ahem. 6-1

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Congrats! Let me know when you beat a European team though - defense looked positively bizarre at that counter-goal. Too bad Iceland look like they're out because I think you would have a definite chance against them this time Tongue

But it's great to see England back with a positive vibe this time, tbh I am loving it Smiley
And my own team Denmark are absolutely horrible so far.

Yep - I do realise we haven't had really tough opposition so far, but if you've watched England (and been disappointed) as often and for as long as I have (all my life), you would be happy right now.  We have had too much hype and always 'expectation' has inevitably led to too much pressure on e team and crushing disappointment. So much so, that this time we have expected nothing.  Which has been the best thing about this World Cup for this team. We probably won't win, but a quarter final place will be respectable and applauded.

As for Iceland, I am actually in Iceland now - I have a house here.  I love the country and the team - I went to Paris to see their last group game against Austria at the Euros in 2016, which was a stunning win.  Their draw with Argentina this time was also incredible - so the Croatia game tomorrow will be a good one, I think they might even surprise them. Teh last game was played in well over 30 degree heat. We shall see.  I will be in Reykjavik with my Iceland shirt on shouting 'Afram Island' with all my mates.  For a country with a 300,000 population they are doing incredibly well - and deserve respect. If Croatia think it will be easy, they could be very wrong. Iceland are proper Vikings

As for Denmark, I am betting (with my dirty fiat) they will do OK.  It's a good team, they just need to find form and keep their heads.  I have many Danish friends, too - and I will be supporting them.

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June 26, 2018, 01:13:29 AM

I am talking about something we have seen with silver, or at least 2-3 years of prolongued agony. Can't see that happen with tether printing injecting liquidity and wash trades inflating volumes.
Ad hoc.

Either way, you're talking here with the most unshakable, die-hard hodlers in Bitcoin land. I don't expect a 2-3 year bear market will phase them at all. That's why I keep coming back. I need moral support.  Embarrassed
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June 26, 2018, 01:14:06 AM

Ahem. 6-1

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Congrats! Let me know when you beat a European team though - defense looked positively bizarre at that counter-goal. But it's great to see England back with a positive vibe this time, I love it Smiley

England will go out in the 1/4 final, that’s my prediction. They haven’t got to a semi final since 1996 Euro’s.
One of the biggest chokers in international football.

i actually see the belgiums gonna go real far the team is mature , quality on all positions VERY good vibe in the group.... i also think england with this young team will be out before the finals and will shine on the next WORLD CUP

Belgium could win it - Hazard, De Bruyne, Lukaku - some real class plus Courtois is a great GK & Vertonghen & Alderweireld are a great CB partnership.

you nailed it, don't forget axel witsel maybe the most important of the squad..... later on kompany , vermaelen joining back also all the players on front just got a goal in the legs .... dries mertens carrasco , left back meunier TOP players its just the team is on its best for belgium doing and its best shot they got to win a WORLD CUP its not gonna be easy but i think belgium is the BEST outsider to bet on and maybe becoming a favorite

I agree - I watched then storm it and then Realised they have so much talent and Kompany is 'on the bench'!  Jeez.  Terrifying!
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June 26, 2018, 01:20:33 AM

What's the world cup?

It's not complicated for anyone except our US brethren

It's a competition where the winner gets a cup (a nice shiny one).

But then it is a little tougher to explain.  You see the use of the word 'World' in this instance means literally EVERY contry in the world can enter their national team in it.  Unlike in America where the use of the word 'world' in sport (e.g. the baseball World Series) can mean only teams based in America normally take part.

Now to further complicate things the competition is for playing what most countries in the world refer to as 'football'.  This is a game played by people using mainly their foot to kick a spherical ball.   Of course in America 'football' refers to a strange game which involves an egg-shaped object largely carried in the hands.  Actually more like a sort of 'egg-hand-ball'.

The World Cup and indeed 'football' is rather popular worldwide, but not so in the USA, sadly.   I guess it's just not exciting enough.

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sorry - very bored on a long hall flight.


Thanks for the explanation. I'm in the US, so that makes a lot of sense. I'll have to figure out the metric system next.

Hey - good luck with that, bro... We are still struggling with it over here in Blighty. I still think in gallons and pints, and I am 6 foot 2 (I don't even know how many centimetres it is) and we 'decimalised' nearly 50 years ago.
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June 26, 2018, 01:25:04 AM

You have to admit, all the diving is sort of unseemly. American football is more dignified. If you watch it with the sound off.
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June 26, 2018, 01:39:44 AM

What's the world cup?

It's not complicated for anyone except our US brethren

It's a competition where the winner gets a cup (a nice shiny one).

But then it is a little tougher to explain.  You see the use of the word 'World' in this instance means literally EVERY contry in the world can enter their national team in it.  Unlike in America where the use of the word 'world' in sport (e.g. the baseball World Series) can mean only teams based in America normally take part.

Now to further complicate things the competition is for playing what most countries in the world refer to as 'football'.  This is a game played by people using mainly their foot to kick a spherical ball.   Of course in America 'football' refers to a strange game which involves an egg-shaped object largely carried in the hands.  Actually more like a sort of 'egg-hand-ball'.

The World Cuo and indeed 'football' is rather popular worldwide, but not so in the USA, sadly.   I guess it's just not exciting enough.

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sorry - very bored on a long hall flight.


it's the diving man

we find it disgraceful

fix that and we will talk



now Rugby on the other hand...there is a game the US could get behind

Fair enough. Rugby is a real man's game, yes.  I played it in my salad days and it was tough, but gentlemanly.  When we invented football it was the same, no histrionics - hell, no substitutes, even - players were not really professionals, they had other jobs to earn a living

But the rest of the world came in and now it might be called 'the beautiful game' - but it's not necessarily better or anything like as honourable. Just bigger and ridiculously highly paid.
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June 26, 2018, 01:58:51 AM

From BTC transition to World Cup?

But i like it!  Grin
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June 26, 2018, 02:27:23 AM

Now I kind of hope that this is all one big manipulation by a whale Institutional Cabal who drives the price down to buy cheap BTC and then drive it up again ;-)

But well ... so much for early retirement.

Hope the next halving in 2020 can save us

Cardano Co-Founder: Wall Street Will Bring ‘Tens of Trillions of Dollars’ to Crypto

https://cointelegraph.com/news/cardano-co-founder-wall-street-will-bring-tens-of-trillions-of-dollars-to-crypto


What do you think guys?

Don't doubt it in the least.

Cardano Co-Founder: Wall Street Will Bring ‘Tens of Trillions of Dollars’ to Crypto

https://cointelegraph.com/news/cardano-co-founder-wall-street-will-bring-tens-of-trillions-of-dollars-to-crypto


What do you think guys?

Usual BULLSHIT, the worst day for BTC price recently has been the "institutional" money, with those stupid FUTURES.

Wall street, and the banks, and all the traditional institutions are against the crypto/cypherpunk philosophy, they are trying to destroy it from the inside!!

True dat, but they are here now and looking to cash in. They are also shifting the attention to "privacy coins" so the flip side is BTC is becoming safer for mainstream.
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June 26, 2018, 02:54:32 AM

We are not done yet. Be patient.
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June 26, 2018, 03:33:34 AM

I am talking about something we have seen with silver, or at least 2-3 years of prolongued agony. Can't see that happen with tether printing injecting liquidity and wash trades inflating volumes.
Ad hoc.

Either way, you're talking here with the most unshakable, die-hard hodlers in Bitcoin land. I don't expect a 2-3 year bear market will phase them at all. That's why I keep coming back. I need moral support.  Embarrassed

there there mayor

there there

it will be OK
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June 26, 2018, 03:42:32 AM

We are not done yet. Be patient.

I agree, hyperbitcoinization will rocket the price to $100m within 20 years and as early 2030 Cool

https://medium.com/coinmonks/hyperbitcoinization-winner-takes-all-69ab59f9695f
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June 26, 2018, 03:53:17 AM

Price follows hashrate/difficulty?

Seems like it. So the next bull run will take it roughly to $30k-$50k.

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Andreessen Horowitz Launches $300 Million Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Fund

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$300 Million? Pffft. That's like 5 minutes of Tether printing.
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June 26, 2018, 04:09:37 AM

Andreessen Horowitz Launches $300 Million Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Fund

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The fund will invest in non-speculative use cases which can promote adoption to the level of “hundreds of millions and eventually billions of people”, and will “invest aggressively” despite any sort of volatility or long-term bear market (a “crypto winter”).

$300 Million? Pffft. That's like 5 minutes of Tether printing.

Indeed, 300m is relatively very small.
The tipping point will be when (and if) bitcoin total market cap will reach 8 trillion, because then it will have surpassed gold.
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June 26, 2018, 04:39:32 AM

Good evening all.


Couple things of note.

1. Binance is down for a few hours for maintenance. Estimated time down was 4 hours I believe. Trading and withdrawals are suspended during this time.

2. GDAX is leaving us and will become Coinbase Pro at the end of the month. Its worth mentioning that API support will continue until the end of this year but migration to the new CB Pro API is recommended.


Not really news but I thought I would share. Kinda sad about GDAX... I have enjoyed the robust platform it brought to trading. Of course the new site is still using the same backend and its really just a new name but..change is always difficult for me.

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Bitcoin

The price continues to hover in the $6.2k range. Sellers appear to be exhausted for the time being as we slowly recover from a new yearly low. Volume is shrinking and indicators are still at the lower end of their range suggesting a spike in price might be approaching. On the daily chart we are still well below the moving averages with a $350 spread to reach that apparent resistance level. Many..myself included are probably sitting on the sidelines waiting to see what the close of futures on the CME bring us on the 29th. #dyor

1h


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June 26, 2018, 05:08:44 AM

Question of the day. How can there ever be a bear market affecting BTC, when tether can and will eventually be printed in great quantities?

.. fuckin' love the smell of fresh tether in the morning..
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June 26, 2018, 07:09:07 AM

Ok, my version of the story.
If Bart does not make a huge leg up soon, well, bart's dead.

My regular monthly buy come at the beginning of July: I'm tempted to buy now. Roll Eyes

Bart can't die. He's been 12 years old for like 30 years now.
That, my dear infofront, is the whole truth pure and simple.
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June 26, 2018, 09:24:52 AM

You have to admit, all the diving is sort of unseemly. American football is more dignified. If you watch it with the sound off.

American football stops every 10 seconds though, boring.
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June 26, 2018, 10:02:14 AM

You have to admit, all the diving is sort of unseemly. American football is more dignified. If you watch it with the sound off.

American football stops every 10 seconds though, boring.

yeah think american football ain't as much fun than football...
just football such a nice sport
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June 26, 2018, 11:05:56 AM

Are we still poor?
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