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Question: Jan. 15 Closing Price:
<$3,000 - 15 (9.7%)
$3,000-$3,200 - 11 (7.1%)
$3,200-$3,400 - 6 (3.9%)
$3,400-$3,600 - 11 (7.1%)
$3,600-$3,800 - 7 (4.5%)
$3,800-$4,000 - 12 (7.7%)
$4,000-$4,200 - 22 (14.2%)
$4,200-$4,400 - 15 (9.7%)
$4,400-$4,600 - 14 (9%)
$4,600-$4,800 - 4 (2.6%)
$4,800-$5,000 - 3 (1.9%)
>$5,000 - 35 (22.6%)
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September 10, 2018, 11:06:51 PM

Just a little perspective.

Feels like lift off. Everybody hand me your pants. No time to explain...

It was one year ago. Bitcoin was around $5k. That's nearly 40% year over year.
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September 10, 2018, 11:09:36 PM

A whole lotta bear trolls around today.  Their shorts must be on fire.
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September 10, 2018, 11:12:08 PM
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Pain and doom in the land of Alt has bought out all the worst shills and trolls ... they hate us cause they ain't us.

ETH is the biggest nothingness in crypto and will go back to what it is worth ... about nothing. Not one of these alts has a use case that bitcoin cannot do natively, with sidechains or other second layers ... maybe namecoin.
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September 10, 2018, 11:16:47 PM
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Rich? Maybe in theoretical dollars but ask any of these coin sluts if they are planning on cashing out and they will scratch your eyes out.

Yeah, of course, if you are asking your stupid ass question about cashing out in order to spread FUD, then HODLers not going to be too receptive to those kinds of ideas.  Many long term HODLers are not opposed to reasonable and incremental cashing out (or locking in profits or attempting to cash out to buy more on the way down) when folks are attempting such selling on the way up.  

When you refer to HODLers as "coin sluts" or you start promoting selling BTC on the way down, including pushing such bullshit at the bottom of an already decently sized correction (70% for example), then you start to come off as either spreading FUD, unnecessarily denigrating bitcoin or just stupid, and that is NOT likely to be appreciated by BTC HODLers.. and in those circumstances you deserve to get your eyes scratched out.

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September 10, 2018, 11:17:26 PM

A whole lotta bear trolls around today.  Their shorts must be on fire.
Good we have you around to light Things up a bit  Smiley

Explaine the idiots again its a long term thing with lots of positive points and shit.....
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September 10, 2018, 11:25:54 PM

Pain and doom in the land of Alt has bought out all the worst shills and trolls ... they hate us cause they ain't us.

ETH is the biggest nothingness in crypto and will go back to what it is worth ... about nothing. Not one of these alts has a use case that bitcoin cannot do natively, with sidechains or other second layers ... maybe namecoin.

One of my friends is a computer guy and understands what crypto is all about. He was an Ethereum enthusiast. It wasn't the financials that excited him, but the idea of DAPPs and the concept of Turing completeness.

I replied that Turing completeness baked into the chain is a recipe for disaster, or at least a liability. However, this line of reasoning never scored a point with him.

He'd heard about the DAO, but not the last chapter. I told him the end of that story. His first actual crypto purchase was a bit later, and he's a bitcoin hodler now. As in bitcoin only.
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September 10, 2018, 11:29:53 PM

Oh I don't know dude, how about a medium of exchange?

Some days I wonder if "store of value" is what I signed up for when I started working with Bitcoin. The idea at the time was to be able to collect payments and buy stuff using something other than Paypal and dollars.

Now.... Still use it for that, but it's more complicated.


Get out of here (notice the absence of an expletive)

Please don't lose the expletives!
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September 10, 2018, 11:30:08 PM

If I am shorting ETH does that make me a shitcoiner?
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September 10, 2018, 11:34:19 PM

If I am shorting ETH does that make me a shitcoiner?

A visionaire..... Grin
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September 11, 2018, 12:00:16 AM

Mmmm biggest block ever mind in BTC history.... who said BTC isn’t scaling  Grin

Link or it didn't happen.    Angry Angry


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September 11, 2018, 12:04:23 AM



Is it really prudent to be looking at the regression lines of bitcoin starting in the year 2011? Back then it was still mostly unknown to most people so trying to read the chart at that point seems a bit arbitrary to me. Mass adoption of bitcoin starting at the end of 2013 seems to be a more reliable factor.

Even better, let's just look at bitcoin as if it started in August 2017, the date of your forum birth.

That might be more accurate since it involves your lack of desire for context (BTC history), amirite?
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September 11, 2018, 12:15:52 AM

Whats up ducks?

It has been a while!

Good to see many of the old names still posting on here....

  Cool

You sold your account?
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September 11, 2018, 12:31:42 AM

Oh I don't know dude, how about a medium of exchange?

Some days I wonder if "store of value" is what I signed up for when I started working with Bitcoin. The idea at the time was to be able to collect payments and buy stuff using something other than Paypal and dollars.

Now.... Still use it for that, but it's more complicated.


Get out of here (notice the absence of an expletive)

Please don't lose the expletives!

A moment of weakness... Sorry about that.
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September 11, 2018, 12:47:06 AM

You can pack all those quotes in a single post instead of making four separate posts.
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September 11, 2018, 01:08:00 AM

lmao





not much movement from btc today, so I'm entertaining myself with some memes Cheesy
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September 11, 2018, 03:42:36 AM

Mmmm biggest block ever mind in BTC history.... who said BTC isn’t scaling  Grin

Link or it didn't happen.    Angry Angry


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September 11, 2018, 03:55:11 AM
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While some people shitting in their pants during this bear market, LN keeps growing in the background.



https://1ml.com/

Also, CoinGate has launched lightning payment support on its payment platform to its 4,000+ merchants.

https://xbt.net/blog/bitcoin-lightning-network-now-available-at-4000-merchants-via-coingate/



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September 11, 2018, 05:03:53 AM

Nice reading — An Overview of Privacy in Cryptocurrencies

https://thecontrol.co/an-overview-of-privacy-in-cryptocurrencies-893dc078d0d7



Where is bitcoin in your post?  Are you saying that bitcoin does not have privacy or plans for privacy?  Are we referring to a work in progress or a spectrum rather than all or nothing?  What is the point of your post, in this bitcoin thread?  Discuss.   Roll Eyes Tongue

BTC is pseudonym at it's climax, but not anonymous  Wink
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September 11, 2018, 05:41:33 AM

56,1% dominance!  Grin
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September 11, 2018, 06:08:44 AM

All is well
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