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October 16, 2018, 10:07:37 PM

Can someone please explain to us who had better things to do yesterday then watching charts, what exactly happened for this green dildo to appear? Thanks.

Tether go boom. People trade the tether for the bitcoin. Mass Panic.

Does this mean that if Tether finally goes belly up, BTC goes to ATH instantly?

I think it means investors base their trading on impeccable logic. You know, China bans bitcoin, price dips, North Korea buying bitcoin, price goes up.

So it could mean BTC goes to ATL.

Or it could mean BTC goes to ATH. I'm down for that. Tongue
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October 16, 2018, 10:15:02 PM
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If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley 

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
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 I hope that looks icy!


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October 16, 2018, 10:19:41 PM

Can someone please explain to us who had better things to do yesterday then watching charts, what exactly happened for this green dildo to appear? Thanks.

Tether go boom. People trade the tether for the bitcoin. Mass Panic.

Does this mean that if Tether finally goes belly up, BTC goes to ATH instantly?

On selected exchanges that could be the case ... until such exchanges are locked and shut down eventually.

Lots FUD and much turnoil in the broader market then. So it’s not an ideal scenario. But free markets have a tendency to sniff out bullshit in the end. Tether is not done yet.
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October 16, 2018, 10:46:34 PM

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this particular brand of sideways seems to have a slight upward tilt
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October 16, 2018, 10:54:45 PM

Are we still not rich?

You OWN btc’ssssss..... your rich Grin
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October 16, 2018, 11:07:10 PM

If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley  

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




I wish I had an avatar. I want to be part of the hat thing, not that I understand what it is. Someone said they would eat a hat now everyone has hats.
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October 16, 2018, 11:29:59 PM

If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley  

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




I wish I had an avatar. I want to be part of the hat thing, not that I understand what it is. Someone said they would eat a hat now everyone has hats.

I thought that Hairybeary was eating the hat, but I cannot recall the terms upon which he eats such hat.

By the way, goldkingcoiner, it seems that you would facilitate the creativity of xhomerx10 if you would provide him with some kind of image.. unless xhomerx is artistically inspired by "blank slate" dynamics?
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October 16, 2018, 11:42:20 PM

That (Dig Bicks) is nonsense. How much would have cost 1 million BTC right after satoshi *supposedly* mined them? Maybe a few thousands? That would be the advantage he got even if he had premined them.... which he didn't btw.

Not even that. When New Liberty opened in October 2009, exchange rate was 0.00076 USD/1 BTC. Satoshi's stack was a few hundred at most.
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October 16, 2018, 11:51:38 PM

If any of you guys are interested in a tether discussion.

yup i heard this one and the issue is all over youtube reviews about the controversy and i believe that they are creating tether out of thin air and they used it to buy bitcoin and dumping the bitcoin back to us, thats exactly what happend after the bull run last December we screwed up, since they cannot bring down btc they create altcoin itself to bring it down and people are slowly recognizing this and eventually tether will collapse just like bitconnect become zero, so be carefull on tether stay away from it!

Uh, I don't think you get it. Tether was used to pump bitcoin and the alts last year, and the fear is that the billions of dollars of usdt was unbacked. This would make last year's pump entirely artificial. This is way bigger for crypto's image than what you are making it out to be.

What you don't get is this doesn't matter.

Even if it was an artificial pump it is being held up for months now without any artificial parachute and therefore is at market value by definition.
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October 16, 2018, 11:52:49 PM

That (Dig Bicks) is nonsense. How much would have cost 1 million BTC right after satoshi *supposedly* mined them? Maybe a few thousands? That would be the advantage he got even if he had premined them.... which he didn't btw.

Not even that. When New Liberty opened in October 2009, exchange rate was 0.00076 USD/1 BTC. Satoshi's stack was a few hundred at most.

Sometimes I want to kill myself.  Its so unfortunate that I never heard about bitcoin back then.  It's something I would of been all over because I always knew the central banking system is a complete scam.  Its just unlucky I never heard it or came across it.  I'm in deep financial trouble now and about to be homeless.
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October 16, 2018, 11:59:52 PM

Are we still not rich?

You OWN btc’ssssss..... your rich Grin

True that.
17 mil coins (mined so far), say, 4 mil lost, 13 mil possible (for now, up to 17mil once all are mined).
Each HNWI (millionaire in investable assets, not counting the primary residence) may have only 1.1btc or so, on average (since there are 12mil HNWI in the world, apparently).
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October 17, 2018, 12:02:17 AM

If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley  

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




I wish I had an avatar. I want to be part of the hat thing, not that I understand what it is. Someone said they would eat a hat now everyone has hats.

I thought that Hairybeary was eating the hat, but I cannot recall the terms upon which he eats such hat.

By the way, goldkingcoiner, it seems that you would facilitate the creativity of xhomerx10 if you would provide him with some kind of image.. unless xhomerx is artistically inspired by "blank slate" dynamics?

I dare not be creative. I am the least creative person ever. Although if I had to... I guess a funny picture of butters from southpark, with the hat being the same golden yellow color as his hair.

That (Dig Bicks) is nonsense. How much would have cost 1 million BTC right after satoshi *supposedly* mined them? Maybe a few thousands? That would be the advantage he got even if he had premined them.... which he didn't btw.

Not even that. When New Liberty opened in October 2009, exchange rate was 0.00076 USD/1 BTC. Satoshi's stack was a few hundred at most.

Sometimes I want to kill myself.  Its so unfortunate that I never heard about bitcoin back then.  It's something I would of been all over because I always knew the central banking system is a complete scam.  Its just unlucky I never heard it or came across it.  I'm in deep financial trouble now and about to be homeless.

Don't ever give up. Life has a lowest point and if you do hit it, remember: there is no other way but up.

Life is precious. And lonely. Don't make it worse by leaving. Stay with us.



...But if you decide otherwise, then do a flip.
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October 17, 2018, 12:09:04 AM
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If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley  

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




NO WAY!!!!!  It's, its... beautiful...  

(No idea how I made you out so wrong.)  

Hey guys, check out ma new hat buddy made me.  All icy crystal green!  


Edit: I tried it on. It fits!  I'm so excited.  Save it for Breaking $7200 party?
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October 17, 2018, 12:18:38 AM

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The next six months will see a Bitcoin investment push after a delay, says Mike Novogratz

https://cointelegraph.com/news/mike-novogratz-institutions-will-get-into-bitcoin-in-q1-q2-2019-bringing-new-highs?utm_source=newsletter1&utm_medium=email

#bullish!
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October 17, 2018, 12:19:07 AM

If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley 

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




NO WAY!!!!!  It's, its... beautiful... 

(No idea how I made you out so wrong.) 

Hey guys, check out ma new hat buddy made me.  All icy crystal green! 



  That was my bad;  water under the bridge I hope.
It's difficult to properly communicate through text alone.  If we were truly good at it, we'd likely be best-selling authors.


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October 17, 2018, 12:22:04 AM
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If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley  

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




NO WAY!!!!!  It's, its... beautiful...  

(No idea how I made you out so wrong.)  

Hey guys, check out ma new hat buddy made me.  All icy crystal green!  





Very nice! almost makes me want to turn on sigs.

Cheesy



  That was my bad;  water under the bridge I hope.
It's difficult to properly communicate through text alone.  If we were truly good at it, we'd likely be best-selling authors.




I've pissed off so many people on the interwebs trying to be facetious that I've become adamant about never changing. Cheesy
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October 17, 2018, 12:25:08 AM

If there's a green one in there...  Grin

 an icy green one? Smiley 

Oh ya baby, Bullrun hat, I see green  Wink  Everywhere! Green!!!
It won't end up like the pants, promise.  
 



 I hope that looks icy!




NO WAY!!!!!  It's, its... beautiful... 

(No idea how I made you out so wrong.) 

Hey guys, check out ma new hat buddy made me.  All icy crystal green! 



  That was my bad;  water under the bridge I hope.
It's difficult to properly communicate through text alone.  If we were truly good at it, we'd likely be best-selling authors.



Ya, all good. I was new, thin skinned, and thought my opsec was being phished. Cheers bud!
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October 17, 2018, 12:37:04 AM

That (Dig Bicks) is nonsense. How much would have cost 1 million BTC right after satoshi *supposedly* mined them? Maybe a few thousands? That would be the advantage he got even if he had premined them.... which he didn't btw.

Not even that. When New Liberty opened in October 2009, exchange rate was 0.00076 USD/1 BTC. Satoshi's stack was a few hundred at most.

Sometimes I want to kill myself.  Its so unfortunate that I never heard about bitcoin back then.  It's something I would of been all over because I always knew the central banking system is a complete scam.  Its just unlucky I never heard it or came across it.  I'm in deep financial trouble now and about to be homeless.

Are you trying to cause a downer for this thread?  We can all have regrets over past investments to improve our current circumstances, but that is living in a fantasy world.  In order to figure out what we are going to do in the present, we have to look towards our current circumstances such as cash flow and attempting to live within our means in order to attempt to create the circumstances in which we can invest in bitcoin.   I doubt that investing in bitcoin or any other crypto would be prudent in circumstances in which aspects of your basic living expenses are out of control to such a level that you are forced into homelessness (I am getting this conclusion from what you describe rather than making it up, so if you need  to clarify, then that would be great). 

I understand that a lot of guys and (gal) in this thread have differing views from mine, but there is a decent contingency of us who actually believe that you have to have your short-term expenses covered before you start fantasizing about becoming rich from bitcoin - and actually the opposite can be true too, which is that people who over invest in volatile assets, such as bitcoin, may cause themselves to suffer more than necessary because investing into volatile assets should only come from money that is extra (after your basics, such as food, lodging, security and perhaps a few other matters such as an emergency fund are taken care of).
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