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December 06, 2018, 05:01:27 PM

Any chance of a double bottom? No?
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December 06, 2018, 05:03:16 PM

How much the BTC futures have to do with this decline from ATH to this level?

In all the conversations I have read on this subject, most agree that the volume moved by futures contracts does not affect the decline from the ATH

Example of CME Group:

When compared to the rest of the contracts traded on the exchange operator worldwide, Bitcoin futures are insignificant, weighing only 0.03% of all trading at CME Group.

https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/10/18/cme-bitcoin-futures-contract-hits-volume-high-of-5053-contracts-in-q3-up-by-41/

(If it is true that coincidentally, the days of descent coincide with the closing of futures. Shocked)

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December 06, 2018, 05:04:46 PM

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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

What a poor scam.  No onchain safety - sold with a nice Bitcoin label....
Hows your Bcash doing?
His tears are recorded on the blockchain with Everytime he wipes his ass as well.

EVERYTHING MUST BE ONCHAIN!


Everything that deserves proper time stamping - yes-  we can  - afford.
And why would micro transactions or small transactions deserve a permanent record on nodes across the world?

cause it is cheap - and getting cheaper every day
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December 06, 2018, 05:09:08 PM

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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

What a poor scam.  No onchain safety - sold with a nice Bitcoin label....
Hows your Bcash doing?
His tears are recorded on the blockchain with Everytime he wipes his ass as well.

EVERYTHING MUST BE ONCHAIN!


Everything that deserves proper time stamping - yes-  we can  - afford.
And why would micro transactions or small transactions deserve a permanent record on nodes across the world?

cause it is cheap - and getting cheaper every day

Please leave and don't annoy everybody with your stupidity. Thx.

Recording every penny transaction forever with millions or even billions of users is not sustainable and will not work (in a decentralised way). Period.   
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December 06, 2018, 05:09:40 PM
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Any chance of a double bottom? No?

Forget the double bottom, check out bitcoin shorts:



We should be able to get a good bounce... soon.
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December 06, 2018, 05:14:20 PM

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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

What a poor scam.  No onchain safety - sold with a nice Bitcoin label....
Hows your Bcash doing?
His tears are recorded on the blockchain with Everytime he wipes his ass as well.

EVERYTHING MUST BE ONCHAIN!


Everything that deserves proper time stamping - yes-  we can  - afford.
And why would micro transactions or small transactions deserve a permanent record on nodes across the world?

cause it is cheap - and getting cheaper every day
Price isn't what I mean, why would we want a 10 cent video tip recorded for the lifetime or the coin? Why is this something that shouldn't be seen in a settlement?

Why would a client care if all is done by tech & providers just as smtp ?
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December 06, 2018, 05:15:04 PM
Last edit: December 06, 2018, 05:40:51 PM by realr0ach

OMG what a dumpster fire shit show. Everyone involved should be ashamed. This is NOT how Bitcoin wins hearts and minds of the public, quite the opposite. These fkn idiots need to grow up.

https://breakermag.com/trapped-at-sea-with-cryptos-nouveau-riche/

Even though I clearly state shitcoins are valueless garbage compared to physical metals, this article was kind of a hit job by some sort of mentally ill dyke.  She doesn't care about what she's being paid to report on.  She's a stupid child who only cares about her own agenda of promoting dyke-ism/feminism the entire article.

A reporter (almost none actually exist) are supposed to report on things without the lens of their own personal bias.  The article consisted of nothing but personal bias (hatred of men, hatred of patriarchy, etc), probably because she's not intelligent enough to objectively evaluate any claims by people there and say whether they're true or false, so substitutes with typical SJW, whoa is me, I'm such a victim bitching, and other mindless women's talkshow banter.

Every single thing written there was an attempt to try and divert attention away from the subject that was supposed to be written about and instead try to write about herself instead, so she's also probably some sort of extreme narcissist as well, or just make believes her life is 4000x more important than it really is like many of these cancerous women roaming around do.  The shit-tier reporter also pretends this thing called patriarchy is some type of artificial abomination or a conspiracy of men putting women down when women should rule the planet instead.

Newsflash, there is no conspiracy of men who artificially create a system called patriarchy.  It's called evolution and natural selection.  Men outcompete women as a group every time over thousands of years.  If you want someone to blame, blame god for making you weak, petty, emotionally unstable, and stupid, but it ain't men's fault.



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December 06, 2018, 05:19:07 PM
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Another day, another dip... currently $3635USD/$4880CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Lots of angst here today. Maybe the bottom's near?
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While everybody's apologizing, let me apologize for being positive most of the time. I know that it pisses off whiners, snivelers and crybabies.

Oh well.  Grin
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December 06, 2018, 05:19:28 PM

Any chance of a double bottom? No?

Forget the double bottom, check out bitcoin shorts:



We should be able to get a good bounce... soon.

There, my last Smerit, sir. That's a very nice graph you posted there.
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December 06, 2018, 05:26:25 PM

How much the BTC futures have to do with this decline from ATH to this level?

In all the conversations I have read on this subject, most agree that the volume moved by futures contracts does not affect the decline from the ATH

Example of CME Group:

When compared to the rest of the contracts traded on the exchange operator worldwide, Bitcoin futures are insignificant, weighing only 0.03% of all trading at CME Group.

https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/10/18/cme-bitcoin-futures-contract-hits-volume-high-of-5053-contracts-in-q3-up-by-41/

(If it is true that coincidentally, the days of descent coincide with the closing of futures. Shocked)

Is there chart of futures close and BTC price available?
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December 06, 2018, 05:27:11 PM

Down pressure..... good thats Will help me focus for an extreme work out right NOW
Meanwhile initiate the pump BTC Wink
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December 06, 2018, 05:29:44 PM

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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

What a poor scam.  No onchain safety - sold with a nice Bitcoin label....
Hows your Bcash doing?
His tears are recorded on the blockchain with Everytime he wipes his ass as well.

EVERYTHING MUST BE ONCHAIN!


Everything that deserves proper time stamping - yes-  we can  - afford.
And why would micro transactions or small transactions deserve a permanent record on nodes across the world?

cause it is cheap - and getting cheaper every day
Price isn't what I mean, why would we want a 10 cent video tip recorded for the lifetime or the coin? Why is this something that shouldn't be seen in a settlement?

Why would a client care if all is done by tech & providers just as smtp ?
I'm not asking about any client caring I'm asking why we want to hoard tons of unnecessary transactions on a blockchain? We could put them as settlements that's and have nano fees just as lightning network has shown. It's not for recording things that require a true blockchain transaction, that's what paying a standard fee is for. What the fuck do you guys expect to do when the mining runs out on your dreamcoin? Have a network that mines off stupid low fee and have nodes store petabytes of data for fun?

getting all payed by masses and their micro fees - some high fees in between as well.  do not see why that cannot run sustainable in the long run.
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December 06, 2018, 05:30:41 PM

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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

What a poor scam.  No onchain safety - sold with a nice Bitcoin label....
Hows your Bcash doing?
His tears are recorded on the blockchain with Everytime he wipes his ass as well.

EVERYTHING MUST BE ONCHAIN!


Everything that deserves proper time stamping - yes-  we can  - afford.
And why would micro transactions or small transactions deserve a permanent record on nodes across the world?

cause it is cheap - and getting cheaper every day
Price isn't what I mean, why would we want a 10 cent video tip recorded for the lifetime or the coin? Why is this something that shouldn't be seen in a settlement?

Why would a client care if all is done by tech & providers just as smtp ?
I'm not asking about any client caring I'm asking why we want to hoard tons of unnecessary transactions on a blockchain? We could put them as settlements that's and have nano fees just as lightning network has shown. It's not for recording things that require a true blockchain transaction, that's what paying a standard fee is for. What the fuck do you guys expect to do when the mining runs out on your dreamcoin? Have a network that mines off stupid low fee and have nodes store petabytes of data for fun?

getting all payed by masses and their micro fees - some high fees in between as well.  do not see why that cannot run sustainable in the long run.
Is that you rOach?
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December 06, 2018, 05:31:20 PM

How much the BTC futures have to do with this decline from ATH to this level?

In all the conversations I have read on this subject, most agree that the volume moved by futures contracts does not affect the decline from the ATH

Example of CME Group:

When compared to the rest of the contracts traded on the exchange operator worldwide, Bitcoin futures are insignificant, weighing only 0.03% of all trading at CME Group.

https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/10/18/cme-bitcoin-futures-contract-hits-volume-high-of-5053-contracts-in-q3-up-by-41/

(If it is true that coincidentally, the days of descent coincide with the closing of futures. Shocked)

Is there chart of futures close and BTC price available?


Here you will find information > https://www.barchart.com/futures/bitcoin
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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

What a poor scam.  No onchain safety - sold with a nice Bitcoin label....
Hows your Bcash doing?
His tears are recorded on the blockchain with Everytime he wipes his ass as well.

EVERYTHING MUST BE ONCHAIN!


Everything that deserves proper time stamping - yes-  we can  - afford.
And why would micro transactions or small transactions deserve a permanent record on nodes across the world?

cause it is cheap - and getting cheaper every day
Price isn't what I mean, why would we want a 10 cent video tip recorded for the lifetime or the coin? Why is this something that shouldn't be seen in a settlement?

Why would a client care if all is done by tech & providers just as smtp ?
I'm not asking about any client caring I'm asking why we want to hoard tons of unnecessary transactions on a blockchain? We could put them as settlements that's and have nano fees just as lightning network has shown. It's not for recording things that require a true blockchain transaction, that's what paying a standard fee is for. What the fuck do you guys expect to do when the mining runs out on your dreamcoin? Have a network that mines off stupid low fee and have nodes store petabytes of data for fun?

getting all payed by masses and their micro fees - some high fees in between as well.  do not see why that cannot run sustainable in the long run.
Is that you rOach?

ah - u give up Wink   - no I m not a gold bug and I do not bite religious ppl
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December 06, 2018, 05:36:55 PM

I give up Smiley
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December 06, 2018, 05:44:33 PM

Imagine putting up a buy order of STRAT at Binance just 30 minutes back... it could've been an easy multiplier!



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Any chance of a double bottom? No?

Forget the double bottom, check out bitcoin shorts:



We should be able to get a good bounce... soon.

There, my last Smerit, sir. That's a very nice graph you posted there.

Thanks, sir!
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December 06, 2018, 05:46:44 PM

Is that you rOach?

Since most of you don't have sufficient intelligence to branch predict the only possible way certain crypto systems can evolve, here is your trojan horse, permissioned ledger Lightning Network:

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December 06, 2018, 05:49:29 PM

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Is the December figure an estimate or only for the first five days?

Since February, started with 4 BTC and has grown to over 450 BTC today. Smiley

https://1ml.com/

https://bitcoinvisuals.com/lightning
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this is bad

really, really bad
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