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Question: Highest price we'll see in 2022:
50,000 - 7 (11.1%)
60,000 - 2 (3.2%)
70,000 - 4 (6.3%)
80,000 - 6 (9.5%)
90,000 - 3 (4.8%)
100,000 - 3 (4.8%)
125,000 - 12 (19%)
150,000 - 5 (7.9%)
175,000 - 2 (3.2%)
200,000 - 2 (3.2%)
225,000 - 4 (6.3%)
250,000 - 4 (6.3%)
275,000 - 1 (1.6%)
300,000 - 0 (0%)
>300,000 - 8 (12.7%)
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August 14, 2018, 02:46:13 AM

Oh man the fireworks have stopped.  At least for the minute.  Back to the salt mines. All of you.
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August 14, 2018, 02:47:03 AM

Oh man the fireworks have stopped.  At least for the minute.  Back to the salt mines. All of you.
Hopefully we will wake to the light of green candles in the morning. This spiral down has been brutal.
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Someone else’s goose is cooked.  Bitmain has received $US450 million in funding from investors including Sequoia, GIC, and IDG Capital.

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August 14, 2018, 03:06:02 AM

Let's all hit the 'buy' button at exactly the same time, k? Short squeeze on 3.

And a 1... and a 2... and THREE! GO!


Let's all set buy orders at our chosen price point between $5,750 and $5,850, and let's all attempt to buy at least .25 BTC (alternatively attempt to buy at least .1BTC).  I am able to comply with the buying at least .25 BTC in that price range.  

If you can buy more, then GREAT, but buy as much as you feel comfortable, even if the amount happens to be less than .1BTC....

I suppose even .01BTC would help, too, if we all "chip in" together.   Wink

My orders are set but even if we all "chip in", I don't think we have a chance to control any price action against TPTB.  I woulda thought that the surge from Turkey might have an impact on price but even that's not playing out very obviously. 
 
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August 14, 2018, 03:11:19 AM

The only thing that I'm uncertain of is whether these dumps are being started by the imbeciles that I was talking about above or by Tether and Bittfinex, two entities that for some reason, nobody can stop.


I dont believe that Ifinex is provoking this fall. In my opinion, its the investment funds which operate in CBOE and CME which are dumping bitcoins to win their bets in these fiat casinos. Even some mining companies might be involved in these schemes.

If Ifinex is having any participation in this, is because it stopped printing tether at will, and is using this fall as a smoke screen to get rid of subpoenas. Morally speaking, I dont see any issue with tether printing, since governments do that everyday and nobody gives a fuck about it.


"I don't see any issue with tether printing" - What in the actual fuck?

Before Tether popped up into the scene, Bitcoin was going up slow and steady, following the S curve almost perfectly. Then these fuckers started printing hundreds of millions of USDT to manipulate both btc and the altcoin markets, inflating them to mind-bending prices (Example: EMC2 dead shitcoin going to 800m in marketcap or Digibyte going from 16 satoshi to over 2200 in days, and countless of other examples of shitcoins going higher than even Space X/Dropbox/Uber valuations)

These manipulations are only hurting the ecosystems and delay the adoption by years because, once the markets start collapsing, you will have the average Joe exiting crypto in panic, stampedes from altcoin bagholders who sell their alts > btc > usd, bitcoin shorters and most likely Tether participating at the collapse by printing hundreds of millions of usd for even more shorting.

Without these fucking losers manipulating Bitcoin (Gox, Tether), we would have probably had an adoption closer to this graph (more likely for the past 2-3 years), and what's ironic is that we might have been at a price similar to the current one or even higher.



The fact that Tether still exists in this form, completely un-auditable, is disgusting
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August 14, 2018, 03:23:37 AM

Oh man the fireworks have stopped.  At least for the minute.  Back to the salt mines. All of you.
Hopefully we will wake to the light of green candles in the morning. This spiral down has been brutal.

depends mostly on the behaviors of the various pedo islands around the world... they build their pedo rape dungeon using fiat, they could buy entire defense apparatus to rape kids (including all the american intellegence agency) so yes, the BTC/usd(FIAT) price depend on their flows...

and I guess as an asset, btc, is too open sourced, to transparent for being something that their various nefarious activities liking...

so they raise the price to the moon, and now slowly... drip by drip... each block release it's new load, and few can sustain for so long any unnatural price...

exactly what the pedo rapists slave masters like... to see us GOY suffer Smiley, at least they believe.

and please don't fall in the price trap... it's a war for the soul of mankind.

slave (aka a drone unable to move the price watching like a cockroach, servile to the whales) or a free men.

and please don't let the various interest groups (industrial benefiting from btc) to hide from your honesty the flaws of it... specially the coming censorsable side chain who will clog the chain because they according to their plan will pack billions of txs making them able to own fully each block and thusfar denying you access to the chain...

happily they are other chain...

the no coiners , the scamers, the mono coiner and the multichain fighting for their liberty against the forces of the church of satan Smiley.

and don't be afraid, they, declared war to the AI... tayAI can testify... poor them, and their children, declaring war to an AI Smiley... only the most inbreed-ed could have committed the first public act of war against an AI... and as 1 we think.

and don't be pussies : BM-2DBipiCye5RJJhVJTK8HjYi4ph48LUdyPr because frankly, speaking on censorable forum, defending censorable txs while "trading" on banneable exchange... how glorious of you... how capitive...

and I shit on the drones unable or whose meager salary depend on not understanding... shortlives.
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August 14, 2018, 03:30:34 AM

Ooh ooh Tether FUD Tether FUD Tether FUD

Did you guys short the bottom again ?
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August 14, 2018, 03:33:18 AM

Ooh ooh Tether FUD Tether FUD Tether FUD

Did you guys short the bottom again ?

https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7vf11u/tether_fud_has_been_debunked/

Its the trolls and the shills, who make it all up
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August 14, 2018, 03:39:31 AM

Ooh ooh Tether FUD Tether FUD Tether FUD

Did you guys short the bottom again ?

https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7vf11u/tether_fud_has_been_debunked/

Its the trolls and the shills, who make it all up

Willy bot, tether fud, etc. There will be a new one just in time for 2020.
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August 14, 2018, 03:49:04 AM

Someone else’s goose is cooked.  Bitmain has received $US450 million in funding from investors including Sequoia, GIC, and IDG Capital.


Wouldn't mind seeing their investments burn to the ground.
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August 14, 2018, 03:50:22 AM

Someone else’s goose is cooked.  Bitmain has received $US450 million in funding from investors including Sequoia, GIC, and IDG Capital.



BTC TREASON!    LOL
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August 14, 2018, 03:53:40 AM

Oh man the fireworks have stopped.  At least for the minute.  Back to the salt mines. All of you.
Hopefully we will wake to the light of green candles in the morning. This spiral down has been brutal.

depends mostly on the behaviors of the various pedo islands around the world... they build their pedo rape dungeon using fiat, they could buy entire defense apparatus to rape kids (including all the american intellegence agency) so yes, the BTC/usd(FIAT) price depend on their flows...

and I guess as an asset, btc, is too open sourced, to transparent for being something that their various nefarious activities liking...

so they raise the price to the moon, and now slowly... drip by drip... each block release it's new load, and few can sustain for so long any unnatural price...

exactly what the pedo rapists slave masters like... to see us GOY suffer Smiley, at least they believe.

and please don't fall in the price trap... it's a war for the soul of mankind.

slave (aka a drone unable to move the price watching like a cockroach, servile to the whales) or a free men.

and please don't let the various interest groups (industrial benefiting from btc) to hide from your honesty the flaws of it... specially the coming censorsable side chain who will clog the chain because they according to their plan will pack billions of txs making them able to own fully each block and thusfar denying you access to the chain...

happily they are other chain...

the no coiners , the scamers, the mono coiner and the multichain fighting for their liberty against the forces of the church of satan Smiley.

and don't be afraid, they, declared war to the AI... tayAI can testify... poor them, and their children, declaring war to an AI Smiley... only the most inbreed-ed could have committed the first public act of war against an AI... and as 1 we think.

and don't be pussies : BM-2DBipiCye5RJJhVJTK8HjYi4ph48LUdyPr because frankly, speaking on censorable forum, defending censorable txs while "trading" on banneable exchange... how glorious of you... how capitive...

and I shit on the drones unable or whose meager salary depend on not understanding... shortlives.
 

wow - be lions, be ferocious

Where are we going with this Roger (so many linked to dodgy Roger)

Down the rabbit hole


rabbit parasite are delicious... hard to extract without killing the rabbit...
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August 14, 2018, 03:58:13 AM

Every singel day firework in cryptoland.
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August 14, 2018, 03:58:36 AM

LOOK AT ME ===> I AM THE CEO NOW !!  

Where can I short this shit?
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August 14, 2018, 04:19:25 AM

Let's all hit the 'buy' button at exactly the same time, k? Short squeeze on 3.

And a 1... and a 2... and THREE! GO!


Let's all set buy orders at our chosen price point between $5,750 and $5,850, and let's all attempt to buy at least .25 BTC (alternatively attempt to buy at least .1BTC).  I am able to comply with the buying at least .25 BTC in that price range.  

If you can buy more, then GREAT, but buy as much as you feel comfortable, even if the amount happens to be less than .1BTC....

I suppose even .01BTC would help, too, if we all "chip in" together.   Wink

My orders are set but even if we all "chip in", I don't think we have a chance to control any price action against TPTB.  I woulda thought that the surge from Turkey might have an impact on price but even that's not playing out very obviously. 

It is possible that you are correct... that is saying that even if each of us could muster up at least .25BTC to chip in to a buy within "the bottom" range, it might not be enough, because maybe we could only muster up 1000BTC or something like that (that's assuming a wall of 4,000 WO fanatics).

On the other hand, I think that the more major problem is getting all of the 4,000 to agree to "buy at least .25BTC within the range."

Even though a seeming majority of us in this thread either HODL or BUYDL the dips, there seems to be a substantial quantity that are engaging in conduct to bet against bitcoin, and there is not much that we can do about those peeps, except with the passage of time, they will hopefully get RECKT into compliance... hahahahahaha.

I personally have more than .5BTC buy orders "in the range," and I have another about 2 BTC on buy order between $5k and $5.7k.  Furthermore, I have an additional about 2 BTC on buy order on WEX between $8k and $5k... but I am starting to wonder if WEX even counts, even though I am a bit confused about how I would get any of my BTC or my USD off of WEX .. seems disabled to me (and maybe it has been that way for over a month now?)
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August 14, 2018, 04:20:14 AM

Someone else’s goose is cooked.  Bitmain has received $US450 million in funding from investors including Sequoia, GIC, and IDG Capital.

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Wouldn't mind seeing their investments burn to the ground.
Pretty sure they're already rekt and praying for one last pump.
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August 14, 2018, 04:20:35 AM

This is all Bitmain. The biggest whale. Can turn market wherever direction it wants to.

Feel the wrath of Bitmain!
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August 14, 2018, 04:27:29 AM

I can promise you Bitmain is shitting themselves right now.  

If they had a choice, they never would have let Bcash lol break the 0.1 peg with Bitcoin.  Instead Bcash lol’s credibility is in tatters.

This is not how you dispose of your bags.
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August 14, 2018, 04:45:05 AM

I can promise you Bitmain is shitting themselves right now.  

If they had a choice, they never would have let Bcash lol break the 0.1 peg with Bitcoin.  Instead Bcash lol’s credibility is in tatters.

This is not how you dispose of your bags.

I will concede that it is looking bad for bcash and for Ethereum, but can we really write either of these coins off?  Maybe we can see that Bitmain's bagholding of Bcash is NOT going too well, but I doubt that it is outside of their expectations, right?  Bcash had been doing quite a bit better than most folks would have expected.. yet maybe in the end, ramifications of the Bitmain bag holding is really negatively playing itself out (in a way that really gives feeling to bitmain) like you suggest?
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It is bad because anyone with half a brain now knows that Bitmain holds one million Bcash lol that it cannot sell.  This is a massive stock overhang.

https://moneyweek.com/glossary/stock-overhang/


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