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November 22, 2018, 07:19:07 PM

What I am saying is that it has always been an extremely risky investment and that shit happens. If someone thinks some investment can only go to "moon" with a zero probability of going to hell they are fooling themselves.

Shouldn't it have been kind of a red flag to you people that everything I said about digital currency having no fundamentals because transaction validators are designed to centralize was true when you had the 'cobra incident' of them trying to do some last ditch effort behind the scenes to change the PoW algo?  Not that that would have actually helped anything.  It would just remove ASICs from the scene for a few months then back to square one.  If you have someone manually changing algos and flipping levers on it all the time, then it would be the same thing as central bankers anyway.
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November 22, 2018, 07:19:27 PM

I have no family, I have few friends, and I'm going broke from holding btc and eth, soon to be homeless.  Great holiday.

All I wanted to do is buy a small house, already lost 150k which would of been enough.  On the verge of suicide if it keeps dropping.

You lost 150k of money you invested in crypto or you mean from unrealised profits at ATH? If it is the second, many are in the same situation (or much worse), if it is the first option, my condolences Sad

Noone ever said crypto wasn't as much a risky investment as it can be. It is, it has been, and probably it will still be for quite some time in the future.

"my condolences" are trying to say that BTC is dying. don't tell me that proffaustus is rigth.

If I thought that BTC is "dying" I would sold. I am not. What I am saying is that it has always been an extremely risky investment and that shit happens. If someone thinks some investment can only go to "moon" with a zero probability of going to hell they are fooling themselves.

But do you really think someone could invest more than 150k if he did not have more than 1500k?

Some have. I could cite at least a couple in this very same thread that probably did. Not a wise thing to do though even if it paid off awesomely for them.

Risky investments should only be done with "money you can afford to lose". That's a mantra no one should forget or else they are just gambling not investing.
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November 22, 2018, 07:20:36 PM

The influx of noobs in this thread (aka alts) is usually a sign that we’re at or near the bottom (they’re desperately trying to trick weak hands into selling by declaring imminent dumps).

Let’s see how it plays out.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Happy thanksgiving brother!

only those who run the market know the bottom.
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November 22, 2018, 07:22:40 PM

fix some holes in some teeth, make your broken miner, earn and buy some BTC , BTFD

do all this while your turkey is coocking then just eat have fun with your FAM,FRIENDS and just know the BTC's you hodl are brewing to join the BULLrun for when it starts...........

in belgium no thanksgiving day, so its just go for sports, get home eat some late evening things and just watch some TV/BTC-shit.....
Interesting. Maybe next year I can cook a turkey with the heat from bitcoin miners. Hm.....

Not much of a business in fixing miners right now other than Titans (damn things will last forever); Antminers are not worth it although the next S15 will probably be the same design as the S9/7/whatever they seem to churn out.

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November 22, 2018, 07:23:06 PM

Yesterday was the first day of trading for the ETP on the Swiss Six Exchange :
https://www.six-group.com/exchanges/exchange_traded_products/security_info_en.html?id=CH0445689208USD4
Amun Crypto Basket Index ETP (named "HODL")

Man this thing is tiny. Only 250k units issued at 15 USD means like $3.6M, less than half of which is Bitcoin (Daily volume today is $15k). Don't expect this to affect the price  for some time (if ever).
Hiya wachtwoord, haven't seen you around in a while.  By the way, don't you know you need a hat around these parts lately?  Grin
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November 22, 2018, 07:23:20 PM

when we get on the other side of this I'm not sure what I will appreciate more; the higher price, or all the noob trolls going back into hibernation
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November 22, 2018, 07:26:31 PM

when we get on the other side of this I'm not sure what I will appreciate more; the higher price, or all the noob trolls going back into hibernation

What if...the bulls are the noob trolls?  Wait...that was already proven to be true when they've all said the same nonsense since $20,000.

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November 22, 2018, 07:31:56 PM

when we get on the other side of this I'm not sure what I will appreciate more; the higher price, or all the noob trolls going back into hibernation

What if...the bulls are the noob trolls?  Wait...that was already proven to be true when they've all said the same nonsense since $20,000.


What nonsense..........?
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November 22, 2018, 07:33:06 PM

when we get on the other side of this I'm not sure what I will appreciate more; the higher price, or all the noob trolls going back into hibernation

What if...the bulls are the noob trolls?  Wait...that was already proven to be true when they've all said the same nonsense since $20,000.


What nonsense..........?

It's r0ach, dude.....
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November 22, 2018, 07:34:03 PM

when we get on the other side of this I'm not sure what I will appreciate more; the higher price, or all the noob trolls going back into hibernation

What if...the bulls are the noob trolls?  Wait...that was already proven to be true when they've all said the same nonsense since $20,000.



if noobs said the same nonsense since $20,000 so they are not bulls cuz btc is actually 4000$. use math man. you know x=z when x=y and y=z.
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November 22, 2018, 07:39:11 PM

How Bitcoin's crash compares to history's biggest bubbles https://bloom.bg/2DSdURa

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November 22, 2018, 07:39:57 PM

I can smell the desperation in these trolls.  They probably shorted the bottom when we broke under $4200 and are now trying to close their positions.  
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November 22, 2018, 07:42:43 PM

How Bitcoin's crash compares to history's biggest bubbles https://bloom.bg/2DSdURa



This chart is retarded.  For starters there never was a tulip bubble.   https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/there-never-was-real-tulip-fever-180964915/
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November 22, 2018, 07:45:44 PM

When looking at the WO thread, what do you see?


>wall of worry

>slope of hope

>puppets of socks


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November 22, 2018, 07:49:24 PM

How Bitcoin's crash compares to history's biggest bubbles https://bloom.bg/2DSdURa



This chart is retarded.  For starters there never was a tulip bubble.   https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/there-never-was-real-tulip-fever-180964915/

And... whatever the impact was, it was only a few months bubble. That's it. A very short term one time fad. An exaggerated anomaly.
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November 22, 2018, 07:51:11 PM

I can smell the desperation in these trolls.  They probably shorted the bottom when we broke under $4200 and are now trying to close their positions.  

what did BTC break under 4200$. shit I missed it. on poloniex the bottum was 4300 usdt.
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I can smell the desperation in these trolls.  They probably shorted the bottom when we broke under $4200 and are now trying to close their positions.  

what did BTC break under 4200$. shit I missed it. on poloniex the bottum was 4300 usdt.

We use Bitstamp here as a reference. Not bogus and highly questionable USDT exchanges.
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November 22, 2018, 07:58:36 PM

did you notice gap between stamp and finex is narrowing.? it just dropped below $100 for a moment. something is going on under the surface
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November 22, 2018, 08:01:48 PM

George Soros accumulating bitcoin while suckers are panic selling.
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November 22, 2018, 08:04:57 PM

George Soros accumulating bitcoin while suckers are panic selling.

^New member shill account telling people to buy instead of dump.  What's you guy's prognosis on this? -_-
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