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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.8%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.7%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (2.1%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.8%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 26 (18.2%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 23 (16.1%)
$10,500-10,999 - 12 (8.4%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 13 (9.1%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 10 (7%)
>$12,000 - 31 (21.7%)
>$20,000 - 11 (7.7%)
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November 18, 2018, 08:28:13 PM
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Ya ok..........and all the people were saying we will never see bitcoin below 15k again, and then we will never see bitcoin below 10k again.  and it already nearly hit 5k.  

1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.   Bitcoin does havfe a use, acts as a digital bearer bond and you are in complete control of your money.  Well the thing is the majority of people (over 99%) don't care about any of this and would rather use a bank.  I used to be a strong believer but this whole thing is just another dot.com crash all over again but without the rebound.

Doesn't mt gox still have a bunch of coins to dump?

Also there is a very real threat of Satoshi's 1 million bitcoins.  Who the hell knows what will happen and maybe he will dump those eventually.

MT Gox + Satoshi can dump a *limited* number of bitcoin on you, while your government can dump *unlimited* fiat on you anytime they want.

Now you see that why "99% of the people who don't care about any of this" will eventually get into bitcoin? Be smart, be a part of the remaining 1%. Smiley
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November 18, 2018, 08:37:06 PM

I talked to Satoshi. He said we are going back to 92 dollars.
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November 18, 2018, 08:37:18 PM

ya its true the government can dump unlimited fiat, but the US government isn't just going to implode the economy and create another Venezuela.  The elites would never let this happen.
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November 18, 2018, 08:40:39 PM

ya its true the government can dump unlimited fiat, but the US government isn't just going to implode the economy and create another Venezuela.  The elites would never let this happen.

...or would they?
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November 18, 2018, 08:51:35 PM

ya its true the government can dump unlimited fiat, but the US government isn't just going to implode the economy and create another Venezuela.  The elites would never let this happen.

they have to

the only way to pay this debt is with worthless dollars

US 2017 debt was 105.4% of GDP, their numbers
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November 18, 2018, 09:02:29 PM

Yeah, back to 6500 is my guess.

back to 1500 is my guess

I smell a nocoiner full of hatred.



you have a very good nose sir....

Ya ok..........and all the people were saying we will never see bitcoin below 15k again, and then we will never see bitcoin below 10k again.  and it already nearly hit 5k.  

1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.   Bitcoin does havfe a use, acts as a digital bearer bond and you are in complete control of your money.  Well the thing is the majority of people (over 99%) don't care about any of this and would rather use a bank.  I used to be a strong believer but this whole thing is just another dot.com crash all over again but without the rebound.

Doesn't mt gox still have a bunch of coins to dump?

Also there is a very real threat of Satoshi's 1 million bitcoins.  Who the hell knows what will happen and maybe he will dump those eventually.

MT Gox + Satoshi can dump a *limited* number of bitcoin on you, while your government can dump *unlimited* fiat on you anytime they want.

Now you see that why "99% of the people who don't care about any of this" will eventually get into bitcoin? Be smart, be a part of the remaining 1%. Smiley

Raja that's all common sense..... but when your confronted with the NOCOINER then you just let them pass you by and surely don't try to correct them, let them be part of the ATH buyers, they still will have there FUN and good btc right there it will only be much more less as us early guy's
do not give the NOCOINER/when BTC is in a DIP writer any attention Roll Eyes
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November 18, 2018, 09:03:20 PM

Nicely set up technical break out. First breaking weak downward green trendline then snapping through long term blue downward trend line.  Unfortunately this is a bear market so break out not sustained.

The super long term trend line from $2 (shown in purple sloping upwards) was not challenged.  I think the purple line will be very hard to break from the downside.  I think we will never break it again.  Fortunately it is moving very fast and will be in the stratosphere within a month so no concern of ours.



Weekly to show context of blue and purple lines.

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Some reading up at the end of the weekend: https://twitter.com/nlw/status/1064192241860837376
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1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.

So... ok... how many? Do you know the number, and where did you get it from?
I really doubt there is any considerable number of such people now, as there were so many temptations to sell them in the way to $100, $1000, $10000 and so on.

No, seriously, this is an interesting question: does anyone here know somebody who got their bitcoins under $10 and still holds them?
Or may be better way to ask the same - do you know anybody who spent less than $10 per Bitcoin they own currently?
There are many oldtimers in this thread, so I assume this is a one of the best places to ask this question.
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November 18, 2018, 09:10:39 PM

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i certainly don't, and indeed so many people that sell @ minimum % profits......

i guess there are oldtime hodlers.... but much more sellers for low profits
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November 18, 2018, 09:19:24 PM

1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.

So... ok... how many? Do you know the number, and where did you get it from?
I really doubt there is any considerable number of such people now, as there were so many temptations to sell them in the way to $100, $1000, $10000 and so on.

No, seriously, this is an interesting question: does anyone here know somebody who got their bitcoins under $10 and still holds them?
Or may be better way to ask the same - is there somebody who spent less that $10 per Bitcoin they own currently?
There are many oldtimers in this thread, so I assume this is a one of the best places to ask this question.

I know a few people that got in under $10 that are still holding a fair amount of coins.  I was late to the party because I didn't like how the creator of bitcoin was anonymous and was holding about 1 million coins himself.  One person owning over 5% of total supply seemed very unfair.  That being said I still made a nice amount of money that has changed my life.  I'm not a nocoiner but my holdings are very small at this point and I'm playing it safe with more diversification.

People can call me a troll or whatever but I honestly think bitcoin will go under $2k.
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November 18, 2018, 09:20:02 PM

1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.

So... ok... how many? Do you know the number, and where did you get it from?
I really doubt there is any considerable number of such people now, as there were so many temptations to sell them in the way to $100, $1000, $10000 and so on.

No, seriously, this is an interesting question: does anyone here know somebody who got their bitcoins under $10 and still holds them?
Or may be better way to ask the same - do you know anybody who spent less that $10 per Bitcoin they own currently?
There are many oldtimers in this thread, so I assume this is a one of the best places to ask this question.

My initial first couple of Bitcoins were bought for 100€ (in total). But my average price (cost) per Bitcoin is around $1000.
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1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.

So... ok... how many? Do you know the number, and where did you get it from?
I really doubt there is any considerable number of such people now, as there were so many temptations to sell them in the way to $100, $1000, $10000 and so on.

No, seriously, this is an interesting question: does anyone here know somebody who got their bitcoins under $10 and still holds them?
Or may be better way to ask the same - is there somebody who spent less that $10 per Bitcoin they own currently?
There are many oldtimers in this thread, so I assume this is a one of the best places to ask this question.

I know a few people that got in under $10 that are still holding a fair amount of coins.  I was late to the party because I didn't like how the creator of bitcoin was anonymous and was holding about 1 million coins himself.  One person owning over 5% of total supply seemed very unfair.  That being said I still made a nice amount of money that has changed my life.  I'm not a nocoiner but my holdings are very small at this point and I'm playing it safe with more diversification.

People can call me a troll or whatever but I honestly think bitcoin will go under $2k.


You change your mind a lot in a very short span of time!
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November 18, 2018, 09:29:12 PM

Nicely set up technical break out. First breaking weak downward green trendline then snapping through long term blue downward trend line.  Unfortunately this is a bear market so break out not sustained.

The super long term trend line from $2 (shown in purple sloping upwards) was not challenged.  I think the purple line will be very hard to break from the downside.  I think we will never break it again.  Fortunately it is moving very fast and will be in the stratosphere within a month so no concern of ours.


the fact we have not had any major bouncebacks smells like another sideways for the coming weeks. Even with such a nice RSI.... :/ Any thoughts on if this might be another prelude to an imminent drop? I feel like MACD is looking too suspiciously positioned. Its going to do another 180° and plummet with the next bollinger contraction and breakout into the dirt.
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1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.

So... ok... how many? Do you know the number, and where did you get it from?
I really doubt there is any considerable number of such people now, as there were so many temptations to sell them in the way to $100, $1000, $10000 and so on.

No, seriously, this is an interesting question: does anyone here know somebody who got their bitcoins under $10 and still holds them?
Or may be better way to ask the same - is there somebody who spent less that $10 per Bitcoin they own currently?
There are many oldtimers in this thread, so I assume this is a one of the best places to ask this question.

I know a few people that got in under $10 that are still holding a fair amount of coins.  I was late to the party because I didn't like how the creator of bitcoin was anonymous and was holding about 1 million coins himself.  One person owning over 5% of total supply seemed very unfair.  That being said I still made a nice amount of money that has changed my life.  I'm not a nocoiner but my holdings are very small at this point and I'm playing it safe with more diversification.

People can call me a troll or whatever but I honestly think bitcoin will go under $2k.


You change your mind a lot in a very short span of time!


Yes I know, its one of my downfalls.  I am a very emotional person and don't be shocked if I change my mood about bitcoin in a few months but from what I've seen the future doesn't look too bright.
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1500 is still a high amount considering where bitcoin started from and how many people got in under $10.

So... ok... how many? Do you know the number, and where did you get it from?
I really doubt there is any considerable number of such people now, as there were so many temptations to sell them in the way to $100, $1000, $10000 and so on.

No, seriously, this is an interesting question: does anyone here know somebody who got their bitcoins under $10 and still holds them?
Or may be better way to ask the same - do you know anybody who spent less that $10 per Bitcoin they own currently?
There are many oldtimers in this thread, so I assume this is a one of the best places to ask this question.

people paid for bitcoins?

I got them for a few cents in power, and got free heat in the wintertime out of the deal

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November 18, 2018, 09:34:10 PM

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eat my last Smerit and heat up MAN
 
normal gotta be DRUNK for sending the last of that, but that just a nice post you had there sir.....

by the WAY i got in around 350-ish$ "won the especially first amount of coins on poker" and had a few of MONSTER sessions luckely, and did almost hodled all of it i did accumulate @ all following prices cause we started playing for BTC-blinds and just kept it the same NO-matter what $value of the coins where @ any time.....

but cause of the first 10-20 sessions where played in FIAT and the guy that owned BTC was the losing guy and i was the winning guy (so @ that time when i won some of what bigger FIAT worth amounts and he paid me in BTC..... my overal averages in fiat value will be not very HIGH i guess ......)

i'm really happy with not knowing shit about BTC.... i did hodled from the start Grin






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November 18, 2018, 09:49:35 PM

I would like to hear people’s stories about how they first heard about Bitcoin ?

I read about it in Wired Magazine in early 2013.  I was familiar with gold farming in WOW so it didn’t seem too outlandish.  It took a second mention in the media in November 2013 for me to pay attention and find this forum on google.
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Curious how people hear first heard about Bitcoin ?

I read about it in Wired Magazine in early 2013.  I was familiar with gold farming in WOW so it didn’t seem too outlandish.  It took a second mention in the media in November 2013 for me to pay attention and find this forum on google.

I knew about it at the beginning of 2011, one of my friends that played runescape was heavily into bitcoin.  I should of takenhis advice at the time.  He is worth over 20 million now  I didn't own any substantial amount of bitcoin until 2012.

Even though this guy is fairly rich he is still quite unhappy though.  Just goes to show that money really can't buy happiness.
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Just goes to show that money really can't buy happiness.

True. Your inner demons won't suddenly disappear.
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