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Question: Nov. 18 closing price:
<$35,000 - 4 (9.1%)
$35,000-$35,500 - 1 (2.3%)
$35,500-$36,000 - 4 (9.1%)
$36,000-$36,500 - 4 (9.1%)
$36,500-$37,000 - 4 (9.1%)
$37,000-$37,500 - 3 (6.8%)
$37,500-$38,000 - 4 (9.1%)
$38,000-$38,500 - 5 (11.4%)
$38,500-$39,000 - 2 (4.5%)
$39,000-$39,500 - 1 (2.3%)
$39,500-$40,000 - 0 (0%)
>$40,000 - 12 (27.3%)
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August 28, 2018, 12:47:00 AM

Litecoin & Btrash happening at CNBC:





Did anybody catch that CNBC doc?

CNBC is a curse. I'm sure of it.

The documentary was fair. Considering the pump occurred half an hour after the doc was over it may have been a factor.

Hmmm... you sure bro? CNBC can't play with bitcoin's value... at all.

It's like looking at a cartoon.  Make them stop. Embarrassed
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August 28, 2018, 12:52:58 AM

It's like looking at a cartoon.  Make them stop. Embarrassed

Cartoon? I respect cartoons. I love Vegeta. Come up with something else, please!

"Clowns" would be much more suitable.
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August 28, 2018, 12:59:51 AM

Any news as to why the price jumped today? Was not expecting price to bypass $6740 so strongly.
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August 28, 2018, 01:02:57 AM

Any news as to why the price jumped today? Was not expecting price to bypass $6740 so strongly.

Big money got wind of or planted some CNBC fluff and decided go in for the krill. Wild guess.
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 Is that an actual green candle posing as a green dildo?  Holy double entendre.

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August 28, 2018, 01:40:28 AM

Any news as to why the price jumped today? Was not expecting price to bypass $6740 so strongly.

Anyone know what the shorts vs longs are now? Did many of the shorts decide to cut their losses and bail, or have their stops hit? I'm not certain if this was enough to cause a liquidation on the margin markets that are spot.
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Any news as to why the price jumped today? Was not expecting price to bypass $6740 so strongly.

Anyone know what the shorts vs longs are now? Did many of the shorts decide to cut their losses and bail, or have their stops hit? I'm not certain if this was enough to cause a liquidation on the margin markets that are spot.
28.7K long 34K short
A bit narrower, but as you suspect, we need moar up. $7.2-7.4K would decimate them.

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Fake market.  Price moved ENTIRELY by a single entity operating on the fraudulent exchange Bitfinex and their tethers as usual.  It's almost the exact same situation as the Comex.  No/little physical delivery of metals actually occurs there, so they just print up a random number on the screen and claim that's the price even though it has zero connection to the real market.  Comex uses the method to suppress the price, and Bitfinex does this to try and fraudulently raise the price of bitcoin.  

The fact CNBC is now front running these events and telling you to sell right before they attempt to pump and dump probably indicates some TBTF Jew bank like Goldman Sachs might be involved as the entity rigging price on Bitfinex. It's a known fact Goldman Sachs was behind the Ethereum pump because they bought all the premine, so why not bitcoin too?  In-Q-Tel caused the market to crash on purpose and bought up a ton of bitcoins at $1-2 back in the day (in addition to what they already had), so it's like one big circle jerk of the same criminals in traditional finance.
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August 28, 2018, 02:33:44 AM

Any news as to why the price jumped today? Was not expecting price to bypass $6740 so strongly.

I really dont have that price as anything that big, your 6740 I have as 6500 and already beat it if that makes any sense.  Sure I can see how it can be pencilled in as some significance but what we did in the recent past to run out a downtrend was the more significant move, after that it was reasonable to expect us to continue to the 50 day average at the very least.   Probably or normally BTC rises up, hits it head and maybe sits back down again (if we bearish) , we barely even stood up yet so not that surprised tbh.

Every resistance to me, or what I say from experience is resistance has a kind of magnetised effect to it.  So its resistance but also the price will be drawn to that ceiling and react to it, hence we get the sharp pin candles and people count those as confirmation to support or res I think.   So we are at 50 DMA again, its the 3rd tap and maybe it counts or not.  I dont think it should personally, I think at least 7,200 or so

There is some argument for this area as something of a speed bump, it was lowest price in May and we went sideways here momentarily early August again but I've not noted it as anything.  7200 to 7700 area I think is an area of res or proper ceiling I got on the daily bars so I expect that unless the market is determined we rewind and repeat because this beat so good  Tongue
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August 28, 2018, 03:00:28 AM

Nice to see bitcoin moving upwards. Its about time. Everything is pretty much at the bottom.

I spread 20% of my BTCs to various shitcoins this past week. Catching dumps and bottoms and super bottoms of shitcoins.
Good luck to us.  Smiley
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August 28, 2018, 03:12:53 AM

Commercial banks are 40:1 short the US dollar right now, indicating they are front running lots of dollar decline.  In the past, most bitcoin pumps in relation to fiats occurred with yuan decline and I don't recall any real bitcoin movements based on dollar decline.  It seems like if yuan declines, lots of China money flows into bitcoin, which is then sent out of China and into the dollar or Vancouver housing or something.  If dollar declines, the flow into bitcoin for capital flight does not occur.
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Nice try shitcoiner, but "digital" does not mean better, it means worse and valueless.  Humans do not live in the digital plane, they live in the physical one.  Everything digital whether is digital US dollars, digital software, or digital shitcoins are nothing more than artificial scarcity scams of temporary value:

If you hoard all the bitcoins in the entire world, there's no way possible for you to extort me by forcing me to buy into your artificial scarcity scam.  I can just ignore you like you don't even exist, or create a new random shitcoin with a distribution that favors me instead of you.  This is called no valid Schelling point.  

However, if I hoard all above ground silver in the world, people actually need it, and I can just set my own price and demand it from you and force you to pay me.  Any type of economic activity you're doing can be completely ignored by everyone else on the planet, so you're like the pig that built his house out of straw by pretending an artificial scarcity scam with no real world use is a store of value.
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August 28, 2018, 03:43:25 AM

Shut up Hairy!  Don't jinx this with your prognostications.

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August 28, 2018, 05:36:53 AM

Fake market.  Price moved ENTIRELY by a single entity operating on the fraudulent exchange Bitfinex and their tethers as usual.  It's almost the exact same situation as the Comex.  No/little physical delivery of metals actually occurs there, so they just print up a random number on the screen and claim that's the price even though it has zero connection to the real market.  Comex uses the method to suppress the price, and Bitfinex does this to try and fraudulently raise the price of bitcoin.  

The fact CNBC is now front running these events and telling you to sell right before they attempt to pump and dump probably indicates some TBTF Jew bank like Goldman Sachs might be involved as the entity rigging price on Bitfinex. It's a known fact Goldman Sachs was behind the Ethereum pump because they bought all the premine, so why not bitcoin too?  In-Q-Tel caused the market to crash on purpose and bought up a ton of bitcoins at $1-2 back in the day (in addition to what they already had), so it's like one big circle jerk of the same criminals in traditional finance.

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August 28, 2018, 05:58:56 AM

Risitas - Bitcoin Cash Behind the Scenes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01CegebttEU

Funny stuff.  Grin
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If the documentary is "fuckwitted," then would there be much if any purpose in sharing it?  Why would any of us want to click on it?
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Shut up Hairy!  Don't jinx this with your prognostications.

It would be nice if bitcoin would go into a bit of a punishing phase.... to punish some of those folks waiting for cheaper coins... or those folks who are waiting for the alt coins to bring them lambos... .  I just don't know if bitcoin is quite ready for punishing phase.. but it would be nice.. a bit of a fantasy of mine to re-live the late 2017 upwards price movements that took a lot of waiting for lower prices folks for a bit of a surprise.

By the way, I seem to recall that a bit more than a week ago, Hairy had said that he had expected a bit of a pump to $7k or even $7,200-ish.. because BTC prices in the lower $6ks seemed to be a bit "oversold."... something like that.
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August 28, 2018, 06:58:00 AM



That's the spirit Rosewater!!!!!   I see you may have temporarily snapped out of your negativisms...    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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August 28, 2018, 08:45:39 AM

I'm new here. Why does this thread have 21,000 pages? All I see is random charts and pictures of cute animals.
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