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August 03, 2018, 07:36:17 PM

Shocked this is pretty fucking huge

Anyway, forget that.

What about them JOOOOOOOOZZZZZZZZZZ?
What about them?



please no

what about bch loooooooool

bcash fanboys have been going into meltdown mode this past week, love it!
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August 03, 2018, 07:38:40 PM

I just noticed the poll is outdated. I guess everyone is too depressed to care. Cry

I guessed 7k-7.5k,  not bad.  No depression round here, just waiting for the ball to stop bouncing and find a decisive bottom.  (or have we?)  
I think we haven't seen bottom yet but I'd be pleasantly surprised if we never see 5k again.

It's a long game. My own best guess is the bottom comes in at $3k in 2019, but I would also be pleasantly surprised if it is higher.

I guess you see what you see, and you have been seeing something similar to that since about January .... Don't let market movement get in the way of your predetermined expectations - and by the way, it seem that you are seeing a late 2013 scenario rather than an early 2013 scenario based on your expectation of a blow off top that is similar to late 2013.

To me, the way up to $19,666 looks more like early 2013, because it took longer to get up there and the exponential portion was only the very latest part... which took about 1 month to play out....


I notice my own reactions this year are the same as in 2014, and I followed that far too closely.

Exactly.  You were reacting before the downward part even happened.   You reacted based on the UP part.  hahahahahaha.. just like a typical bank shill or a no coiner or a bitcoin naysayer.  Go figure?

By the time the bear market was over, many alts were down 99%, and BTC was a strong relative performer at -80%.

We have already seen 71% from $19,666 to $5,777.  We need more in order to be completed?


Of course I hope that each rally will be the beginning of the new uptrend,  but hope and reality don't often match.

Of course, you know that your audience, here, is largely bulls or bull wannabes, so recognize that you have to provide a little honey with your bitter pill BTC price prediction, right?
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August 03, 2018, 07:55:26 PM

lol Bcash one year later the story continues



Hahahahahaha

More or less could be referred to as burning bridges, especially someone like Roger Ver.  Let's also see what happens with their seeming contemporary internal battle between satoshifaux and the others. 

It is not like any of the bcash nutter "leaders" have compromising or work together personalities.  That is largely what drew them towards forking off in the first place.
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https://www.16personalities.com/enfj-personality

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https://www.16personalities.com/enfj-personality

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We don't use that model anymore. Currently in vogue is the big five model.
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August 03, 2018, 08:34:22 PM

lol Bcash one year later the story continues



Hahahahahaha

More or less could be referred to as burning bridges, especially someone like Roger Ver.  Let's also see what happens with their seeming contemporary internal battle between satoshifaux and the others. 

It is not like any of the bcash nutter "leaders" have compromising or work together personalities.  That is largely what drew them towards forking off in the first place.
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August 03, 2018, 08:43:34 PM

Don t use your Ledger right now




ledger live seems to be not affected

We talking about bitcoin, or Ethereum?  Bitcoin, right?  Bitcoin not affected, right?
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August 03, 2018, 09:23:06 PM

https://www.16personalities.com/enfj-personality

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Strangely enough, I just had my gf take that test last night.

INTJ and ENTP...neither of us have our feet on the ground. Either we'll achieve big things or crash and burn.
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TF is BitForex.com? Why does an exchange that I have never heard of have 65% of bcash trading volume with the runner up having just 6.25%? Huh https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-cash/#markets
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lol Bcash one year later the story continues
~bcash nutter "leaders" have compromising or work together personalities.~
Exactly

Whats make the crooks so easy to find, their history, associates.
Even more fun when you know who all of them are.

Its like they think you know nothing. No possible way they could know all of the threads.


11:11  Wink  The future of bitcoin, more than just an exchange of futures.
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High volume on obscure exchanges is almost always wash trading
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“Our system would operate on a layer above the blockchain, and we’d keep our own omnibus ledger apart from the blockchain,” explains Loeffler. The Bakkt design isn’t revolutionary. It closely resembles a technology called “the lightning network” that’s already in use. In the lightning network, the same two participants, say an appliance-maker and a parts supplier, engage in multiple Bitcoin transactions. As long as the parties are using a fixed number of Bitcoins to buy, sell from one another, and store for that purpose, the transactions aren’t reported to the blockchain, and zap back and forth within the same ecosystem.

Once Wall Street gets the flywheel whirring, Bitcoin would gain the liquidity to become a bona fide currency. Sprecher and Loeffler predict that multinationals would then adopt Bitcoin for international payments. “The banks control international payments, and the system is very expensive,” notes Sprecher.

”Bitcoin would greatly simplify the movement of global money,” says Sprecher. “It has the potential to become the first worldwide currency.”

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“Our system would operate on a layer above the blockchain, and we’d keep our own omnibus ledger apart from the blockchain,” explains Loeffler. The Bakkt design isn’t revolutionary. It closely resembles a technology called “the lightning network” that’s already in use. In the lightning network, the same two participants, say an appliance-maker and a parts supplier, engage in multiple Bitcoin transactions. As long as the parties are using a fixed number of Bitcoins to buy, sell from one another, and store for that purpose, the transactions aren’t reported to the blockchain, and zap back and forth within the same ecosystem.

Once Wall Street gets the flywheel whirring, Bitcoin would gain the liquidity to become a bona fide currency. Sprecher and Loeffler predict that multinationals would then adopt Bitcoin for international payments. “The banks control international payments, and the system is very expensive,” notes Sprecher.

”Bitcoin would greatly simplify the movement of global money,” says Sprecher. “It has the potential to become the first worldwide currency.”

 Shocked Shocked Cool Grin Grin Grin

Isn't awesome to have the half wits tell us what we already knew as if its some new revelation?



ENTP

It's their attitude towards cypherpunks: "Yeah, you got lucky inventing an awesome financial tool, but leave it to the big boys to improve on it and spread its use around the world."
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https://www.16personalities.com/enfj-personality

Maybe not on topic
But interesting too do.....  Wink

Strangely enough, I just had my gf take that test last night.

INTJ and ENTP...neither of us have our feet on the ground. Either we'll achieve big things or crash and burn.

ENFJ-A .....was the outcome
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