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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 4 (3%)
<$6,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.8%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.5%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.3%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (4.5%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (9.1%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (4.5%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (8.3%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
>$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
$20,000 - 9 (6.8%)
Total Voters: 132

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June 18, 2018, 07:29:48 AM

I will not feel right until the price is over $10k. For some reason when it is over I am calm. This low price makes me sad.  Cry

Same here. Even if I don't have any intention to sell for years, over $10K makes me feel fine... this prices makes me depressed.

I don't need it to raise much over $10K at this time because I don't plan to sell. If it went straight to $50K or $100K I would be forced to part some Bitcoins, and I don't want to.
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June 18, 2018, 07:32:04 AM
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I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?

Probably because it was an entirely a scam orchestrated by the people running Bitfinex that the price ever went over $4k in the first place (just like MtGox the first time)?  The volume is absolutely nothing now and dumps $100 just off tiny sells.  Either this market is about to completely implode, or the Bitfinex scammers will come in again with their millions of fake tethers and try to pump and dump it higher, but there's no real point because there's nobody to buy those expensive coins even if they do pump it. 
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June 18, 2018, 07:34:52 AM

I also find if you're going to compare apples to oranges..at least try and line up the time frame and scales somewhat. It helps to add continuity to your dialogue.

Lemme try... time shift = 4y8m, price scale = 100x.



I see no reason for a crazy jump right now... as for reaching 32k at 08/2019... who knows, maybe.
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June 18, 2018, 07:36:23 AM

I will not feel right until the price is over $10k. For some reason when it is over I am calm. This low price makes me sad.  Cry

Same here. Even if I don't have any intention to sell for years, over $10K makes me feel fine... this prices makes me depressed.

On the contrary, I feel perfectly fine right now. I actually wish it to go even lower. I am not loaded enough.

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June 18, 2018, 07:36:44 AM
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Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.
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Nope. Voted for $8-$8.5k.

Gotta remain optimistic that this bear run will break "hopefully soon-ish".

I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?
Because it was there just 9 months ago, so why can't it go there again? Seems like it was just yesterday I saw that it broke $500. I was on this hike in Canada looking for a bitcoin ATM and was like 'woah I must have miscalculated USD/CAD'
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June 18, 2018, 07:43:07 AM

Because it was there just 9 months ago, so why can't it go there again? Seems like it was just yesterday I saw that it broke $500.

I think the more bizarre comparison is that something that was being given out from faucets for free just recently became worth $20k each overnight for no reason.  Things like that just do not happen in any kind of natural evolution of any system.  Even if bitcoin had fundamentals and wasn't designed to completely centralize, it should take way longer to bridge that gap from worthless to $20k in any type of rational world.  

The fact such a thing did happen only lends credence to manipulation and fraud being orchestrated on exchanges (like MtGox and Bitfinex), or the govt itself propping up this garbage as some type of helicopter money experiment, or bait and switch tactic to try and lure you into a cashless society slave system.  If bitcoin was designed as some type of Ben Bernanke helicopter money experiment to try and prevent deflationary collapse, it sure was a massive fucking failure since the entire thing centralized under a single guy in China.
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June 18, 2018, 07:46:32 AM

Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.
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Nope. Voted for $8-$8.5k.

Gotta remain optimistic that this bear run will break "hopefully soon-ish".

I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?

Ah one of those mid 2014 , Bitcoin can never go below $400 arguments.
Bitcoin will go as low as it takes to flush any weak, middle and semi-strong hands. This forum isn't even close to the "OMG Bitcoin is dead and I've lost my house" tears of December 14, Jan 15.   Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.
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June 18, 2018, 07:51:36 AM

Ah one of those mid 2014 , Bitcoin can never go below $400 arguments.
Bitcoin will go as low as it takes to flush any weak, middle and semi-strong hands. This forum isn't even close to the "OMG Bitcoin is dead and I've lost my house" tears of December 14, Jan 15.   Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.

Who knows what will happen this time.  My opinion is that the bitcoin bubble (resulting entirely from Bitfinex fraud) would not implode until the people operating that exchange are hauled off to jail, and I do not see a single one being arrested for anything even after they supposedly had $400 million dollars seized in Poland that was being used to launder drug money?  How the fuck does NOBODY get locked up for that?  

Only people at places like Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan get away with things like that without going to jail, so it's even possible the too big to jail banks are involved in the Bitfinex manipulation and price run up.  Since Goldman Sachs bought most of the Ethereum premine, it's pretty fucking obvious they were involved in the fraudulent pumping of Ethereum on Poloniex already (and garbage like Ripple).  Why not bitcoin too?  They were probably involved in the merger/buyout of Poloniex solely to try and HIDE their transaction records.
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June 18, 2018, 07:59:01 AM

Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.
Bob? Angry

Nope. Voted for $8-$8.5k.

Gotta remain optimistic that this bear run will break "hopefully soon-ish".

I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?

Ah one of those mid 2014 , Bitcoin can never go below $400 arguments.
Bitcoin will go as low as it takes to flush any weak, middle and semi-strong hands. This forum isn't even close to the "OMG Bitcoin is dead and I've lost my house" tears of December 14, Jan 15.   Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.

Exactly!. The rally can only begin if the term "bulltard" is consistently used for a prologend period of time. Period!
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June 18, 2018, 08:12:11 AM

Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.
Bob? Angry

Nope. Voted for $8-$8.5k.

Gotta remain optimistic that this bear run will break "hopefully soon-ish".

I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?

Ah one of those mid 2014 , Bitcoin can never go below $400 arguments.
Bitcoin will go as low as it takes to flush any weak, middle and semi-strong hands. This forum isn't even close to the "OMG Bitcoin is dead and I've lost my house" tears of December 14, Jan 15.   Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.

Exactly!. The rally can only begin if the term "bulltard" is consistently used for a prologend period of time. Period!

Nope, this won't work because you'll never see a bearish post from me. NEVER  Cool I guess I'm a bulltard..  Grin
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June 18, 2018, 08:40:12 AM

Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.
Bob? Angry

Nope. Voted for $8-$8.5k.

Gotta remain optimistic that this bear run will break "hopefully soon-ish".

I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?

Ah one of those mid 2014 , Bitcoin can never go below $400 arguments.
Bitcoin will go as low as it takes to flush any weak, middle and semi-strong hands. This forum isn't even close to the "OMG Bitcoin is dead and I've lost my house" tears of December 14, Jan 15.   Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.

Exactly!. The rally can only begin if the term "bulltard" is consistently used for a prologend period of time. Period!

Looking at older topics, this type of statements seem to happen close to the bottom.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=913322.0

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June 18, 2018, 08:44:52 AM
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Well this guy's post was definitely correct.  He somehow prophesied the coming of JayJuanGee:

We are currently in the tard stage of Bitcoin and will likely remain there for many more years.
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June 18, 2018, 09:22:08 AM

Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.

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Sorry but still seems the most likely...
See no reason for anything but a few steps down.

Selling volumes are declining but are still strong.
And the number of oppened longs is far too too see a rise!
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June 18, 2018, 09:26:07 AM

I married a filipina.

That is all.

just kept it with a belgium lady .... hot as hell but not married , see no special goods in getting married
ain't gonna marry and lose all my COINS   LOL little joke she's not that type
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June 18, 2018, 09:30:43 AM

Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.

there've always been bulls and there'll always be bullish posts no matter what the price is doing. bears are more consistently laughed at no matter what even when they're totally right.

it's not despair that levels the playing field for the next rally, it's crushing boredom.
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Speaking of Bitcoin, who the hell voted for another leg down in the poll. I didn't approve of this.
Bob? Angry

Nope. Voted for $8-$8.5k.

Gotta remain optimistic that this bear run will break "hopefully soon-ish".

I was surprised too... i mean how the hell bitcoin can go <$4,000
I mean how?.... ok why?

Ah one of those mid 2014 , Bitcoin can never go below $400 arguments.
Bitcoin will go as low as it takes to flush any weak, middle and semi-strong hands. This forum isn't even close to the "OMG Bitcoin is dead and I've lost my house" tears of December 14, Jan 15.   Once every post in here is bearish and the bulls are laughed at, then and only then can the next rally begin.

Exactly!. The rally can only begin if the term "bulltard" is consistently used for a prologend period of time. Period!

Nope, this won't work because you'll never see a bearish post from me. NEVER  Cool I guess I'm a bulltard..  Grin
ain't voted yet but i think ya'll not gonna see me voting 4K ?? but i don't know whats up with our little friend maybe small summer fever, sunburn or two much football attention or so..... BUT when back on track new hights will come
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June 18, 2018, 09:33:51 AM
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r0ach  activity increased -  usually means fairly bullish.
bearish poll results> bullish
increasing bearish mood on the forum- bullish
unfilled  futures gap - bullish
chart technically due for small up corection - slightly bullish
me trying to make up reasons for price rise - bearish..

conclusion. we will likely go up this week
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June 18, 2018, 09:36:19 AM
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Faucets didn't give out free coins. They distributed coins from advertisers and sponsors. also from investors due to the house edge business model.

No coins appeared from no where (like in the banking model)

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yes all is good when we have those revearse indicators
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June 18, 2018, 10:36:44 AM

r0ach  activity increased -  usually means fairly bullish.
bearish poll results> bullish
increasing bearish mood on the forum- bullish
unfilled  futures gap - bullish
chart technically due for small up corection - slightly bullish
me trying to make up reasons for price rise - bearish..

conclusion. we will likely go up this week


We need badly spelled troll messages with the same two-colour chart posted repeatedly. We need igorr.
Or shroomskit, with his particular brand of trolling.
When they disappear, you know it's on.
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