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Question: Feb. 28 Closing Price:
<$1,000 - 9 (9%)
$2,600-$2,800 - 4 (4%)
$2,800-$3,000 - 6 (6%)
$3,000-$3,200 - 4 (4%)
$3,200-$3,400 - 6 (6%)
$3,400-$3,600 - 6 (6%)
$3,600-$3,800 - 14 (14%)
$3,800-$4,000 - 9 (9%)
$4,000-$4,200 - 16 (16%)
$4,200-$4,400 - 4 (4%)
$4,400-$4,600 - 5 (5%)
>$6,000 - 17 (17%)
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6 years later Gox is still fucking Bitcoin investors.  Will it ever end?


Was it the Gox sale? Any proof?

 https://www.scribd.com/document/389411275/Mt-Gox-Confirms-230-Million-Sale
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Fucking Good the fuckers that just won't stop.
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September 25, 2018, 01:39:36 PM

...the next ATH would be between $100,000 and $340,00.
https://twitter.com/Anders_/status/1044306435184582656
sent merit..you made my little hodl heart flutter .... Smiley
Given that you're already retired; what would you do differently with that kind of wealth?  Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

 You lack imagination !

 Come ooonnnnn 2021...

 I'm already past my "best before" date... not sure I can do 3 more years of shift work.
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September 25, 2018, 01:45:26 PM
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...the next ATH would be between $100,000 and $340,00.
https://twitter.com/Anders_/status/1044306435184582656
sent merit..you made my little hodl heart flutter .... Smiley
Given that you're already retired; what would you do differently with that kind of wealth?  Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

 You lack imagination !

 Come ooonnnnn 2021...

 I'm already past my "best before" date... not sure I can do 3 more years of shift work.

Same here. Me & my partner run an online ladies clothing store. I’ve fucking had enough of working 24/7 to be honest. I’ve had enough of dealing with customers & people in general.

Bitcoin had better hurry up and hit anything north of $50,000 per coin & I’m done. Even working for yourself is too much. I’ve always been an entitled bitch & at 30 something I’ve had enough of working Grin
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September 25, 2018, 02:13:59 PM
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...the next ATH would be between $100,000 and $340,00.
https://twitter.com/Anders_/status/1044306435184582656
sent merit..you made my little hodl heart flutter .... Smiley
Given that you're already retired; what would you do differently with that kind of wealth?  Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

 You lack imagination !

 Come ooonnnnn 2021...

 I'm already past my "best before" date... not sure I can do 3 more years of shift work.

Same here. Me & my partner run an online ladies clothing store. I’ve fucking had enough of working 24/7 to be honest. I’ve had enough of dealing with customers & people in general.

Bitcoin had better hurry up and hit anything north of $50,000 per coin & I’m done. Even working for yourself is too much. I’ve always been an entitled bitch & at 30 something I’ve had enough of working Grin
understand you totaly we also have a family business .... like beeing here and work together with my father brother and employees ..... but the peoples that you have to deal with day in and day out pffffff

and for the rest if, i mean when they hit around 50K how are you gonna act , by selling all or 75% or 50%
i think for myself not easily to sell more than 30% of my stack    (when it hits prices where i wanna sell something) , actualy i think i would only sell if really needed , i think i can't bear it of taking coins of my main ledgers  Roll Eyes

i think, one of my very few coins i see leaving the stacks are some give aways i maded into some games , but i also bought them especialy during some DIPS so in my head there already GONE

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September 25, 2018, 02:15:24 PM

November the 5th is when they start trading. Get ready for the new bull run.

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September 25, 2018, 02:23:00 PM
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Guys, I made the coolest purchase for BTC. I bought a dog.Today I took it from the nursery. This Siberian Husky and her 1.5 months

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very nice dog .... name it bitcoin or so  Tongue
no enjoy it and take good care for it ....  Wink
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September 25, 2018, 02:32:42 PM

...the next ATH would be between $100,000 and $340,00.
https://twitter.com/Anders_/status/1044306435184582656
sent merit..you made my little hodl heart flutter .... Smiley
Given that you're already retired; what would you do differently with that kind of wealth?  Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

 You lack imagination !

 Come ooonnnnn 2021...

 I'm already past my "best before" date... not sure I can do 3 more years of shift work.

Same here. Me & my partner run an online ladies clothing store. I’ve fucking had enough of working 24/7 to be honest. I’ve had enough of dealing with customers & people in general.

Bitcoin had better hurry up and hit anything north of $50,000 per coin & I’m done. Even working for yourself is too much. I’ve always been an entitled bitch & at 30 something I’ve had enough of working Grin
understand you totaly we also have a family business .... like beeing here and work together with my father brother and employees ..... but the peoples that you have to deal with day in and day out pffffff

and for the rest if, i mean when they hit around 50K how are you gonna act , by selling all or 75% or 50%
i think for myself not easily to sell more than 30% of my stack    (when it hits prices where i wanna sell something) , actualy i think i would only sell if really needed , i think i can't bear it of taking coins of my main ledgers  Roll Eyes

i think, one of my very few coins i see leaving the stacks are some give aways i maded into some games , but i also bought them especialy during some DIPS so in my head there already GONE



I had a small business with my friend, but I had to do so much. And we had to stop doing this business. In addition, we did work as outsourcers, because in my country the low purchasing power.

When I learned about crypto currency, everything changed for me. I'm currently engaged in trading and I'm very happy with it. The main thing is that there was volatility. When bitcoin will stand around 50,000 it will be very good, then I will most likely sell about 35% of bitcoins.

But my business partner looks a lot further, he considers bitcoin as a pension savings.
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September 25, 2018, 02:36:46 PM

I'm also planning to sell some 30-50% of my stash once the price hits $100k   Grin Until then - HODL!
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September 25, 2018, 02:43:19 PM

Hey guys what are the known places to invest your earnings to generate more earnings?
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September 25, 2018, 02:59:19 PM

Hey guys what are the known places to invest your earnings to generate more earnings?

Bombshell: purchase a Dash Masternode?
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I'm also planning to sell some 30-50% of my stash once the price hits $100k   Grin Until then - HODL!

I don't really understand why it would be a goal to sell 30% to 50% of your stack..   at least not all at once.

Actually, if you sell on the way up, then it is likely that you won't need to sell BIG chunks - but I suppose everyone has his/her personalized approach and way of thinking of the matter.

I kind of think about the matter as "overinvesting a bit" in order to NOT feel bad to continue to sell as the price goes up and you don't have to sell a lot in order to be profitable and to supplement your lifestyle with your ongoing bitcoin profits.

Look at where we are at now?  We are at about 25x higher than we were in the vast majority of 2015 - which was largely in the mid-$200s for most of the year.  So accordingly, if anyone overinvested in 2015, then they are not going to feel bad to shed a few of those coins at 25x, are they?

Of course, your numbers for the price of each of your coins vary, but if you continue to invest all the way along, then also, along the way, you can shed a few coins, here and there, too, right?  especially if you have several years time line on each of your coins (in terms of when you are thinking you would be cashing them out along the way)  (and likely up, no?)
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September 25, 2018, 03:04:30 PM

Tokyo Whale Sells $230 Million of Bitcoin in Mt. Gox Wind-Down

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-25/tokyo-whale-sells-230-million-bitcoin-in-mt-gox-wind-down

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September 25, 2018, 03:06:53 PM

Hey guys what are the known places to invest your earnings to generate more earnings?

Geez, I thought everyone already knew.  Enron, bitconnect and Ripple! Make sure you get Bernie Madoff to do the book keeping.
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September 25, 2018, 03:11:39 PM

Hey guys what are the known places to invest your earnings to generate more earnings?

No shortage of ANNS for those places on these boards.
Only problem is 99.9% are scams. Good luck finding one that isn’t. DYOR...
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Good.

The question is how much is left and how hungry the Bakkts and Novogratzs of this world are.

I think this news is bullish (surviving another MtGox fall out...).
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Hey guys what are the known places to invest your earnings to generate more earnings?

Bombshell: purchase a Dash Masternode?
Honestly I know bitcoin is the main investment coin but I definitely love to play around with Proof of Stake coins and Masternodes. There's something that just seems to have so much potential with them.
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September 25, 2018, 03:58:29 PM

November the 5th is when they start trading. Get ready for the new bull run.



I think this could be a game changer. But I pray that they don't down the road change the rules and corrupt this.

In theory, by holding clients' bitcoin accounts for them directly, they can fractional reserve the bitcoin they hold, have re-hypothecation, etc. Even phantom shares of bitcoin. So hoping it doesn't go that way.
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September 25, 2018, 04:00:55 PM

I'm also planning to sell some 30-50% of my stash once the price hits $100k   Grin Until then - HODL!

I don't really understand why it would be a goal to sell 30% to 50% of your stack..   at least not all at once.

Actually, if you sell on the way up, then it is likely that you won't need to sell BIG chunks - but I suppose everyone has his/her personalized approach and way of thinking of the matter.

I kind of think about the matter as "overinvesting a bit" in order to NOT feel bad to continue to sell as the price goes up and you don't have to sell a lot in order to be profitable and to supplement your lifestyle with your ongoing bitcoin profits.

Look at where we are at now?  We are at about 25x higher than we were in the vast majority of 2015 - which was largely in the mid-$200s for most of the year.  So accordingly, if anyone overinvested in 2015, then they are not going to feel bad to shed a few of those coins at 25x, are they?

Of course, your numbers for the price of each of your coins vary, but if you continue to invest all the way along, then also, along the way, you can shed a few coins, here and there, too, right?  especially if you have several years time line on each of your coins (in terms of when you are thinking you would be cashing them out along the way)  (and likely up, no?)

I'll explain why:

1. I'm sure that bitcoin will rise further all the way up to 7 digits. It still is and will be the best investment.

2. By the time btc reaches 100k there will be no need to sell it for fiat. Everybody will be accepting it.
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