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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
October - 17 (25%)
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December 02, 2018, 04:18:35 PM


haha lol even didn't see it was a FAKE just saw on twitter and screenshot post it... gotta look more careful for fake shit  Undecided
i'm still not able to make something as that Roll Eyes

 I thought you were developing your graphics skill set!  So it was someone else then...


yeah not me
https://twitter.com/slimus29/status/1068972904610705408

still gotta work on my skill Smiley
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so where is your spot out there HODLER-LFC_bitcoin ? Grin
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December 02, 2018, 04:21:23 PM


They never do these AMLs in the beginning. Its always when you are about to withdraw or deposit a large amount.

And they have the balls to temporarily halt everything until it is finished...

Every additional day they hold your funds with them, the more they can earn from those funds. Your funds don’t sit in an account idle, your funds are in an omnibus account which earns interest. This interest doesn’t come to you, it goes to their exchange and is a revenue generating mechanism. For delayed payments, it would be prudent to send them an interest claim legal notice. Then we’ll see how fast they’ll move to get the funds out of their system and into yours. Moreover, you should know that they are also using your money to fund their working capital. Per FCA client money regulations, all client assets need to be segregated in a segregation account.

And who is to say these shady fucks won't sell/use your information?

NOT YOUR KEYS NOT YOUR COINS

Yes, thats one of the additional problems. I fully expect they doing that, that's why I would never be so naive as to increase my amounts at risk. If I plan to deposit more FIAT, I first extract more BTC. If one day I plan to cash out, I will do in small steps over several exchanges and destination banks and wait till I receive the transfers before depositing more.

The only problem is that I try to keep the amount small enough that probably it will never be cost-effective for me to sue them if shit hits the fan. More so when we are talking here about out of the country exchanges. I do accept a risk of all of it being completely lost.

Donno, maybe it's just me that I consider exchanges a necessary evil.... But I see many more people here using exchanges though. As long as we are aware and accept the risk of not being in control of those Bitcoins.... what's the problem?

My one hope for crypto is that a big fat fish like amazon starts taking crypto as payment.. What we all really want. Is for Bitcoin to become the one and ONLY worldwide currency!
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https://bitcoinist.com/g20-regulate-cryptocurrencies-fatf/
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Being an argentine and having followed daily the develop of the meeting, i can assure that the least important subject was cryptos.
It was all about china and usa commercial war, and other less interesting subjects.
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Let's do some little survey:
How many of you guys are using a seed that was generated by the hardware wallet itself?
I expect the answer to be most if not all... but just checking.
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Being an argentine and having followed daily the develop of the meeting, i can assure that the least important subject was cryptos.
It was all about china and usa commercial war, and other less interesting subjects.
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December 02, 2018, 04:43:26 PM
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demand for Bukkt are already full, we are waiting for a big growth Smiley

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December 02, 2018, 04:48:27 PM

lol ok fine but please no one illustrate his 'big growth'
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Blockchain’s total addressable market (TAM) includes all the disruptable markets dominated by TTPs, from insurance to gambling / prediction markets, to virtual real estate. We think that could be at least a third of global GDP ($80 trillion), plus a non-trivial amount of Global Wealth ($300 trillion).

If you buy the premise that BTC is better than gold (based on this article and related links above), perhaps the TAM in an ultimate bull case is global wealth, or around $400 trillion in 10 years. Imprecisely, if BTC takes just 2% of this TAM, it would have an $8 trillion cap, vs. the ~$150 billion it is now. If you have something that can potentially 50x, you must have 98% conviction that it’s not going to happen for you to not put money in.

not bad
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December 02, 2018, 04:57:08 PM
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https://bitcoinist.com/g20-regulate-cryptocurrencies-fatf/
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Being an argentine and having followed daily the develop of the meeting, i can assure that the least important subject was cryptos.
It was all about china and usa commercial war, and other less interesting subjects.
pizdyets

Let's do some little survey:
How many of you guys are using a seed that was generated by the hardware wallet itself?
I expect the answer to be most if not all... but just checking.
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1 That they speak is very good, it's institutional money coming soon.

2 I do not like the aggressive regulation they announce, it will be an excessive control.

3 Of course, BTC at home.
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yup like folding@home only a money spinner Cool
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just a reminder to stay off those CRAZY PILLS Roll Eyes
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demand for Bukkt are already full, we are waiting for a big growth Smiley



The bear may disagree


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FTFY Grin Grin



AND let there be a GREEN dragon Grin
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December 02, 2018, 05:37:35 PM

^ hahahaha I knew someone was definitely going to do that Smiley
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December 02, 2018, 05:41:23 PM

^ hahahaha I knew someone was definitely going to do that Smiley

haha but surely didn't expect me to be that guy i guess  Roll Eyes
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December 02, 2018, 05:42:50 PM

What coin are you interested in a fallen market? Past poll results reseted, new start  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5043138.240
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December 02, 2018, 05:44:47 PM

^ hahahaha I knew someone was definitely going to do that Smiley

haha but surely didn't expect me to be that guy i guess  Roll Eyes

I should have....  you have come a long way in your shopping skillz. Pretty fast indeed.
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December 02, 2018, 05:51:09 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Still over $4k I see... currently $4157USD/$5525CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Sir, how to place sell bids at a ATM or OTC in 2013   ;-)

You don't place bids or asks at ATMs or OTC.

At an ATM you meet the operator's price.

OTC you negotiate a price.

2013? The first Bitcoin ATM didn't open until October 29 of that year. UTC transactions predated exchanges.

In 2013 I was buying bitcoins directly from a miner who sold me enough to pay his expenses while hoarding the rest.

Needless to say, he's quite wealthy now.
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December 02, 2018, 06:05:41 PM

Good morning guys.

Looks like a quiet Sunday is developing as Bulls and Bears pause to regain strength after a mild Saturday trading session. I would even go so far as to say there might be a buy the dip opportunity but I am remaining cautious of how much of a rebound we will see. With somewhat positive news coming from the G20 summit in Argentina about a 90 day calming period over US/China trade sanctions I believe legacy markets will see a recovery this coming week. This could lead to increased speculation which will bring volatility back in to play.


The same resistance/support area's are still $4.220k/$3.772k   Breaking thru either direction is going to take some work and will bring a clearer signal to the market. 

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