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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 24 (18.9%)
1-10% - 16 (12.6%)
11-20% - 15 (11.8%)
21-30% - 18 (14.2%)
31-40% - 7 (5.5%)
41-50% - 14 (11%)
51-60% - 9 (7.1%)
61-70% - 5 (3.9%)
71-80% - 4 (3.1%)
81-90% - 2 (1.6%)
91-99% - 3 (2.4%)
100% - 10 (7.9%)
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anyone lend me like $4.00?
her purse is empty thus far https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/1kaeZd3kJSJN6ctxMVSebMjP8rjWwvi9N
Pretty sure she pmed me months ago, I ignored it. I don't want nudes from a stranger to be cryptographically proven that I paid for.
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People need to get their coins the fk off of Coinbase. I'm sure that they are fractional reserve, and doing OTC for whales will probably make it much worse. Plebs will be 'leasing' what they think are their coins from the market makers.

In a run to sell in a crash, who do you think will get their orders filled first: Whales or the plebs?

Seen this movie before, it's exactly what happens with stocks in the stock market.

Coinbase - the world's first bank that doesn't pay you interest.  Click here to open an account.
I get exactly 0% interest in my bank. This is normal. Won't be long until we have to pay for the privilege of lending them money.
Already happens in Europe just google their bond market.
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November 27, 2018, 07:27:16 PM
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anyone lend me like $4.00?
her purse is empty thus far https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/1kaeZd3kJSJN6ctxMVSebMjP8rjWwvi9N

Watch out. I was at the other end of this scam. What you'll receive are nudes of ME that they never paid me for. Bastards.
Oh well those I'd happily pay for

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November 27, 2018, 07:27:43 PM

Or to put it in simpleton JayJuanGee speak, if the market cannot be cornered, it leaves no incentive for someone to pump it.  This is why all bitcoin moves are lightning fast rises and lightning fast dumps.  An aggregate market is a slow rise and slow dump.  Someone that has zero clue how bitcoin works at all but knows about trading can tell bitcoin is centralized and cornered just by looking at how it trades.

Yeah just look how gold and silver got pumped and dumped in 2011 - cornered, centralized control
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November 27, 2018, 07:28:43 PM

People need to get their coins the fk off of Coinbase. I'm sure that they are fractional reserve, and doing OTC for whales will probably make it much worse. Plebs will be 'leasing' what they think are their coins from the market makers.

In a run to sell in a crash, who do you think will get their orders filled first: Whales or the plebs?

Seen this movie before, it's exactly what happens with stocks in the stock market.

Coinbase - the world's first bank that doesn't pay you interest.  Click here to open an account.
I get exactly 0% interest in my bank. This is normal. Won't be long until we have to pay for the privilege of lending them money.
Already happens in Europe just google their bond market.
Pretty sure people get something like 0.1% in Europe. With almost zero risk!
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anyone lend me like $4.00?
her purse is empty thus far https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/1kaeZd3kJSJN6ctxMVSebMjP8rjWwvi9N
Do bitcoiners have a super low libido or something? I remember a while back someone asked if we would prefer to have 3 bitcoins on the clause that we could never get more, a tulip farm with a guaranteed yearly income for life, or to be married to some random hot chick (with picture). Not one of us chose the chick.
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November 27, 2018, 07:29:55 PM

Morning all.

Another session closing out with decent volume and moderate volatility likely today.

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November 27, 2018, 07:30:19 PM

Or to put it in simpleton JayJuanGee speak, if the market cannot be cornered, it leaves no incentive for someone to pump it.  This is why all bitcoin moves are lightning fast rises and lightning fast dumps.  An aggregate market is a slow rise and slow dump.  Someone that has zero clue how bitcoin works at all but knows about trading can tell bitcoin is centralized and cornered just by looking at how it trades.

Yeah just look how gold and silver got pumped and dumped in 2011 - cornered, centralized control

The Comex derivative paper market isn't the silver and gold market.
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November 27, 2018, 07:32:51 PM
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Do bitcoiners have a super low libido or something? I remember a while back someone asked if we would prefer to have 3 bitcoins on the clause that we could never get more, a tulip farm with a guaranteed yearly income for life, or to be married to some random hot chick (with picture). Not one of us chose the chick.

This crash caused my transitioning to run out of funds halfway through so fiddling with whatever's left down there is the last thing on my mind.
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November 27, 2018, 07:34:15 PM

Or to put it in simpleton JayJuanGee speak, if the market cannot be cornered, it leaves no incentive for someone to pump it.  This is why all bitcoin moves are lightning fast rises and lightning fast dumps.  An aggregate market is a slow rise and slow dump.  Someone that has zero clue how bitcoin works at all but knows about trading can tell bitcoin is centralized and cornered just by looking at how it trades.

Yeah just look how gold and silver got pumped and dumped in 2011 - cornered, centralized control

The Comex derivative paper market isn't the silver and gold market.
alright rawdog how many ounces you holding? You and him sound just alike.
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November 27, 2018, 07:36:33 PM

Do bitcoiners have a super low libido or something? I remember a while back someone asked if we would prefer to have 3 bitcoins on the clause that we could never get more, a tulip farm with a guaranteed yearly income for life, or to be married to some random hot chick (with picture). Not one of us chose the chick.

This crash caused my transitioning to run out of funds halfway through so fiddling with whatever's left down there is the last thing on my mind.
Are we talking about a left-wing/right-wing situation or more a bottom-up approach?
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November 27, 2018, 07:39:59 PM

Or to put it in simpleton JayJuanGee speak, if the market cannot be cornered, it leaves no incentive for someone to pump it.  This is why all bitcoin moves are lightning fast rises and lightning fast dumps.  An aggregate market is a slow rise and slow dump.  Someone that has zero clue how bitcoin works at all but knows about trading can tell bitcoin is centralized and cornered just by looking at how it trades.

Yeah just look how gold and silver got pumped and dumped in 2011 - cornered, centralized control

The Comex derivative paper market isn't the silver and gold market.
alright rawdog how many ounces you holding? You and him sound just alike.

I've seen that guy post a few times before and he sounds absolutely nothing like me.  He sounds like his picture looks - like some 200-240 pound British chav guy with a shaved head that watches rugby and soccer all day then riots and burns down his own town when his soccer team loses.
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November 27, 2018, 07:40:08 PM

Very confusing name - cryptocurrency. Therefore, it seems that we are talking about a currency like the dollar, only digital. But the dollar is also digital. And it's not about deflation, and not that ETH is not created by the government, but by miners.

ETH is a Protocol for transmitting value. And when you understand this, everything becomes clear and the huge value of ETH and its prospects.

It is more logical to compare it not with money, which is a measure of value, but the cost itself can not transfer. Therefore, we certainly need intermediaries to transfer this cost (banks, money changers, exchanges, people, ATMs, etc.).)

ETH is closer to the Internet than Money because it is a Protocol. It is able to convey value in itself and this is its value.

The Internet is a Protocol for transmitting Information. ETH is a Protocol for transmitting Value.

Both of these core protocols are the basis on which global networks are being built.

ETH is the third Protocol after the Internet and bitcoin.

Bitcoin is the second Protocol after the Internet. Now there is not even one application for it.

It as if the Internet in the form of the Protocol already was, and here any site under it isn't present.  ETH is the third Protocol with applications.

And how to explain to the layman that before you a valuable thing? It is clear that the inhabitant will tell is a  fraud

But we are at the very beginning.

But the heyday of ETH-it's close.
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November 27, 2018, 07:40:23 PM


That latter article is worthwhile - plenty to ponderate, no matter where you lie on the BTC/ABC/SV spectrum.
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Are we talking about a left-wing/right-wing situation or more a bottom-up approach?

I can't bring myself to look at it but the guy at Bangkok airport who strip searched me said it looked like a lasagne with a wig on.

Still, piss works its way out somehow so my blessings are counted.
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November 27, 2018, 07:41:35 PM

Coinbase launches OTC trading desk.
https://www.cheddar.com/videos/exclusive-coinbase-launches-otc-trading-desk


Nasdaq plans to launch bitcoin-based futures contracts.
https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/nasdaq-reportedly-looking-bitcoin-futures-despite-bear-market/

Rumor: VanEck is partnering with Nasdaq to bring a regulated crypto 2.0 futures-type contract.





Coinbase off-book trading for whales? I’m not sure how that helps me but yippee.

People need to get their coins the fk off of Coinbase. I'm sure that they are fractional reserve, and doing OTC for whales will probably make it much worse. Plebs will be 'leasing' what they think are their coins from the market makers.

In a run to sell in a crash, who do you think will get their orders filled first: Whales or the plebs?

Seen this movie before, it's exactly what happens with stocks in the stock market.

Exactly what I was thinking of when I read the article.
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November 27, 2018, 07:41:35 PM

Or to put it in simpleton JayJuanGee speak, if the market cannot be cornered, it leaves no incentive for someone to pump it.  This is why all bitcoin moves are lightning fast rises and lightning fast dumps.  An aggregate market is a slow rise and slow dump.  Someone that has zero clue how bitcoin works at all but knows about trading can tell bitcoin is centralized and cornered just by looking at how it trades.

Yeah just look how gold and silver got pumped and dumped in 2011 - cornered, centralized control

The Comex derivative paper market isn't the silver and gold market.
alright rawdog how many ounces you holding? You and him sound just alike.

I've seen that guy post a few times before and he sounds absolutely nothing like me.  He sounds like his picture looks - like some 200-240 pound British chav guy with a shaved head that watches rugby and soccer all day then riots and burns down his own town when his soccer team loses.
Is that not you? I expected a skinhead for sure.
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November 27, 2018, 07:42:44 PM
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Do bitcoiners have a super low libido or something? I remember a while back someone asked if we would prefer to have 3 bitcoins on the clause that we could never get more, a tulip farm with a guaranteed yearly income for life, or to be married to some random hot chick (with picture). Not one of us chose the chick.
Not one of you chose to be married to the hot chick.
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That latter article is worthwhile - plenty to ponderate, no matter where you lie on the BTC/ABC/SV spectrum.

The laughable part is he now thinks SV is the answer.  Horse to water, etc.
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