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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (2.8%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.2%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.6%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (1.7%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.2%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 27 (14.9%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 26 (14.4%)
$10,500-10,999 - 13 (7.2%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 14 (7.7%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 16 (8.8%)
>$12,000 - 54 (29.8%)
>$20,000 - 14 (7.7%)
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June 15, 2018, 05:18:11 PM

Bitcoin isn't fungible anyway.

Yet Segwit drives a trifurcating wedge right through any vestige of fungibility. Three distinct classes of BTC. All with differing security properties. This is novel in Segwit.

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And I think he was referring to the fact that LN pretty much required segwit.

Well, for some value of 'pretty much' ... (i.e., No, a malleability fix is not required, it merely makes it easier. And Segwit is not the only possible malleability fix. Even if it were, The SegWit Omnibus Changeset bundled a bunch of other crap in with Segwit itself. Lastly, the security-destroying so-called 'soft fork' activation methodology was not required).

... well, for this particular implementation of LN, anyhoo.
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June 15, 2018, 05:19:26 PM

I left Germany in 2016

Why did you leave? You found a better place to live? Where did you go? Somewhere crypto&tax friendly ?

I thought germany was very crypto friendly ......

Oh no...Berlin maybe, but I was near Frankfurt...the headquarters for the EU and ECB. Germany made bitcoin a "private money" which is all well and good (Germany acknowledges that bitcoin is a currency! Yay!) except now it is essentially considered a foreign currency when it comes to being able to set up an exchange. That comes with all of the legal difficulty that comes with setting up a foreign exchange. That's why there's really no exchange in Germany and localbitcoins was shut out. For me, selling bitcoins as a private individual was fine because it would be like me selling a gold coin or a personal item.

I left Germany for that wonderful place called Afghanistan. Not so crypto friendly.
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June 15, 2018, 05:29:45 PM

@jbreher
Fine. It's not a fight I want to have here. No need for it. Time will tell if SegWit + LN will work well.
I tried, I use and trust Bitcoin as it is now but I know that there's still a lot of work to do.
About LN cons as we speak:
- Routing kind of sucks;
- Channels balancing must be improved;
- Peers need to be online to receive txs...

But, jbreher, Rome was not build in a day.

Use SegWit and LN: need coins?  Grin
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June 15, 2018, 05:30:48 PM

I left Germany in 2016

Why did you leave? You found a better place to live? Where did you go? Somewhere crypto&tax friendly ?

He lives inside of the ocean until he can afford to build some type of platform that floats on top of it (which he refers to as a "seastead").  He hopes to accomplish this via bitcoin pump and dumps.


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Nice infographic:

https://coinlib.io/global-crypto-charts?theme=dark#global_money_flow

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June 15, 2018, 06:11:34 PM

https://blog.unchained-capital.com/bitcoin-data-science-pt-1-hodl-waves-7f3501d53f63

Nice article and graphs. Shows the patterns of hodling across different bubbles and events.

Here's one:

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Good morning.

Cloud pierced. Time to push thru? Actual analysis after coffee? Maybe...still hodling.


some minor lines, but it will have to break through some soon:

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June 15, 2018, 07:17:33 PM

https://www.omniexplorer.info/search/330e1d253fe93c44cd8c64635c8742cfe0bb4fe9b5435b4d22a02345d1c9f513

Looks like someone still believes in USDT, namely its creators.
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What do you think about Bitcoin not breaking the support 5500€ / 6800$?

I'm not very confident that this will be the bottom, there was not enough panic selling and FUD imo! Tongue Maybe we'll see a break of the support first, then a bull run for new highs can start.

I think that you are using the wrong word.

 Support refers to the bottom and resistance refers to on the way up.

I don't think that we can judge, exactly, regarding whether there is going to be a further bottom, merely from the fact that the price is NOT breaking far enough to the upside.  So, sometimes if the price floats within a range long enough (let's say between $6100 and $6800) then more of a base could form, but none of this is a given... because if bears are gathering coins, and soon or later gather enough coins to break below support, then the price goes down.  We could also get stuck in this price range for 6 months or longer, though that seems like an unlikely set of events.  

In other words, I don't really know.  Surely, it is not a given, even yet, that Doug Polk is going to lose his bet.  Maybe 50/50?  And, I don't even know if I would lean one way or another to say 49/51 or 51/49... I am surely conflicted, too, but if I were going to error, I would error on the side that the bottom has already been reached (that is only a 1% greater odds - or 2% if we look at the spread).

What do you think about Bitcoin not breaking the support 5500€ / 6800$?

I'm not very confident that this will be the bottom, there was not enough panic selling and FUD imo! Tongue Maybe we'll see a break of the support first, then a bull run for new highs can start.

I figure that BTC price and Alts etc are going to Yo/Yo at best between 5k and 6k for the next 9 months

This particular range does not seem stable to me.. Maybe floating between $7500 and $8500 would be more stable?  But what do I know?

especially if mt. gox keeps kicking out $125 million of BTC dump the 10th of every month until the surplus of 1.40 billion is gone

Just seems like an overplayed piece of FUD to me.  I doubt GOX really has very much of an influence, but surely on the margins GOX is one of the several factors.  If we get some more significant FUD, then perhaps more HODLers will be scared into parting with their coins?  Perhaps?

just the way it is

We don't want to rely too much on one factor or one narrative or that we are somehow locked into consolidation at this point.... of course it could happen.. but I am still leaning towards either the consolidation  area being in a higher price range or the other possibility that the price breaks down first, and then returns to this price arena for consolidation.. but it does not seem likely to consolidate here, without some further price movement either up or down, first.




that and the fact IF there is a run, seems exchanges always go down or are hacked ..thus driving prices down further

I agree that if there is some meaningful FUD spreading, then that could help for more DOWN from here.


buckle up boys and girls it is gonna suck big time

(again, better minds then me prove I'm wrong...please...please...)

brad

Your mind seems just fine, but your level of negativism seems a bit much - like you are shell shocked from 2014/2015, still.. hahahahhaha   Cheesy Cheesy    Tongue

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I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking
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I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.
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June 15, 2018, 08:16:49 PM

I have. Hence my position as a Segwit skeptic.

I don't see exchanges, devs and users complaining how flawed Segwit it, nobody lost money ore saw critical errors.  I only see that bullshit in the Bcash camp.

Can you provide me technical arguments/proof why Segwit is 'flawed' ore show it at the Github?

All those devs are interested in youre arguments.

No. What does that LN to do with Segwit? I'm not following your train of inquiry here.

Trying to convince me that you did your homework while you dont even looked at Segwit features..

(Bcash) shit noob.

One of the main problems with segwit is that it makes spam attacks on bitcoin more expensive that is why NO LIKIE SEGIE WITTIE!!!!

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I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink
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It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink

I wouldn't have expected anything less. BFX is truly the cockroach of crypto. It's the pestilence that keeps on pestiling.
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I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink

Damn. They must be run by The Jews® then.
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Edit: I'm adding this quote from Eric Meltzer of INBlockchain because its a slow day here:

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As a jew, I find the existence of basically unseizable money outside of state control massively comforting. To jews, the state is an unpredictable monster that flips out every century or so. Having the ability to leave without leaving everything behind is key.”
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I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink

Damn. They must be run by The Jews® then.
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Edit: I'm adding this quote from Eric Meltzer of INBlockchain because its a slow day here:

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As a jew, I find the existence of basically unseizable money outside of state control massively comforting. To jews, the state is an unpredictable monster that flips out every century or so. Having the ability to leave without leaving everything behind is key.”

What is intrigueing me for some time already is the name of the ceo of finexed and Tether : "Van De Velde". That is so Flemish as can be, so I wonder... .

And the jew part, well, let 's see what Roach has to say about it.
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OT: Tesla

http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-employees-reveal-how-they-were-fired-2018-6

"We're doing great! Nothing to see here folks! Stock is flying high! We'll be profitable any day now!"
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I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

Again, so if someone created some airTokens and managed to find someone else to sell their BTC for these tokens, i fail to see how crashing airTokens would effect anyone besides the airToken bag holders (not counting indirect effects of failing exchanges and overall negative publicity from people not capable of differentiating between airtokens and BTC)
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