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December 04, 2018, 06:34:39 PM

To be absolutely clear, nobody that posted within 20 pages of my boastful post (made the list - "was within earshot of the original boast"), should feel any shame, whatsoever, hitting me up via PM for a beer.

Man of his word, that BobLawblaw.

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December 04, 2018, 06:37:33 PM

To be absolutely clear, nobody that posted within 20 pages of my boastful post (made the list - "was within earshot of the original boast"), should feel any shame, whatsoever, hitting me up via PM for a beer.

Man of his word, that BobLawblaw.

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December 04, 2018, 06:45:53 PM



LoL

can't way to see this group on a BULLrun
How u Kno wife no like Bitcorn now?
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December 04, 2018, 06:47:38 PM
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No slack for plagiarism, rules are rules.  
Fair enough. I hadn't noticed that list had been posted here before. Things like that happen all the time, however.

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And for fuck's sake, you guys!  6 merits for that plagiarism?  If d_eddie jumps off a bridge...
I think I've been the quickest of the bunch for once is all.
My point being: to avoid the circle jerk feedback effect, we do need to encourage newcomers that take a shot at quality posting.
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December 04, 2018, 06:48:26 PM

Having been convicted of possessing a plant that is now legal in my own country, I'm now eternally persona non grata in the land of the incarcerated and the home of the militarily emboldened.

 The ultimate irony, of course, being that Nevada has legalized recreational marijuana, right ?  Roll Eyes

 The USA desperately needs to adopt a sane drug policy at a federal level, if for no other reason than basic humanitarianism.

Slavery is already against the supreme law of the land. Though most can't follow the thread.
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December 04, 2018, 06:49:08 PM

XLM sees into its rear mirror and waves to Bcash

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December 04, 2018, 06:51:12 PM

UPDATE 1: Institutional accounts are now available on Poloniex!

UPDATE 2: Dow falls 800 points to fresh session low as sell-off picks up steam

UPDATE 3: Recent jump off the ~$3700-$3730 range was quite powerful. I'm short-term, mid-term and long-term bullish.

Below is a list of some of the biggest names in Bitcoin and crypto and that they think about the impending growth.

    Wences Casares – $1 mln (by 2027)

    Chamath Palihapitiya – $1 mln(by 2037)

    John McAfee – $500,000 (by 2020)

    Jeremy Liew – $500,000 (by 2030)

    Mark Yusko – $400,000 (no date)

    Roger Ver – $250,000 (no date)

    Kay Van-Petersen – $100,000 (by 2027)

    Tom Lee – $91,000 (by 2020)

    Tai Lopez – $60,000 (mid-term)

    Ronnie Moas – $50,000 (2020)

    Thomas Glucksmann – $50,000 (2018)

    Ran Neuner – $50,000 (end of 2018)

    Masterluc – $40,000 to $110,000 (by 2019)

    Mike Novogratz – $40,000 (by the end of 2018)

    Trace Mayer – $27,395 (by Feb 2018)

    Winklevoss Twins – $5 tln market cap (by 2028 – 2038)


 Smiley The first merit was too hard for me. If possible please give me an incentive to continue the journey conquering merit. I sincerely thank you

I'd suggest you post a new thread here, and keep it solely for such predictions. Update it whenever it requires; it'll be a nice addition to the Speculation section!
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December 04, 2018, 06:52:28 PM
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No slack for plagiarism, rules are rules.  
Fair enough. I hadn't noticed that list had been posted here before. Things like that happen all the time, however.

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And for fuck's sake, you guys!  6 merits for that plagiarism?  If d_eddie jumps off a bridge...
I think I've been the quickest of the bunch for once is all.
My point being: to avoid the circle jerk feedback effect, we do need to encourage newcomers that take a shot at quality posting.

My suggestion, or at least what I always do, is to check the historical before giving merit to newbies:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2275945;sa=showPosts

It wasn't that easy to detect the plagiarism.... but his historical is quite clear.
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December 04, 2018, 06:55:08 PM

Bob we love you man.  No homo. 
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December 04, 2018, 06:55:30 PM

Just a brief update: First round of beers have gone out. I've intentionally used low-fees. The mempool has risen since I started, this morning, and is in the process of clearing up. With any luck, you folks start seeing at least one confirmation soon.

I sent PoolMinor an extra two beers as thanks for compiling the list.

Apologies for the drama, but JJG made me legitimately see red.

That, and I'm a bit pissed at myself for not trying to resolve the "logistics" of the "beer boast post" sooner. Pure laziness on my part, really, and in retrospect, I have no excuse for not paying out.

In my defense, I recognize that I had difficulty reconciling the logistics of handling losing the call - "I can't really buy drinks for the entire thread. That is not practical. How do I resolve this in a fair way to the community ?"

It took me seeing red before I saw a reasonable solution.

Again, sincere apologies for trying to weasel my way out of it. It genuinely was not my intention, and I hope my resolution was considered fair.

EDIT: Just saw the entire first round of people get their first confirmation, so, cheers to you.

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December 04, 2018, 06:56:56 PM
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No slack for plagiarism, rules are rules.  
Fair enough. I hadn't noticed that list had been posted here before. Things like that happen all the time, however.

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And for fuck's sake, you guys!  6 merits for that plagiarism?  If d_eddie jumps off a bridge...
I think I've been the quickest of the bunch for once is all.
My point being: to avoid the circle jerk feedback effect, we do need to encourage newcomers that take a shot at quality posting.
no need for this disingenuousness and deflection. just admit your tiny mistake and move on. you gain credibility that way, but not this.
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December 04, 2018, 07:01:08 PM

Just a brief update: First round of beers have gone out. I've intentionally used low-fees. The mempool has risen since I started, this morning, and is in the process of clearing up. With any luck, you folks start seeing at least one confirmation soon.

I sent PoolMinor an extra two beers as thanks for compiling the list.

Apologies for the drama, but JJG made me legitimately see red.

That, and I'm a bit pissed at myself for not trying to resolve the "logistics" of the "beer boast post" sooner. Pure laziness on my part, really, and in retrospect, I have no excuse for not paying out.

In my defense, I recognize that I had difficulty reconciling the logistics of handling losing the call - "I can't really buy drinks for the entire thread. That is not practical. How do I resolve this in a fair way to the community ?"

It took me seeing red before I saw a reasonable solution.

Again, sincere apologies for trying to weasel my way out of it. It genuinely was not my intention, and I hope my resolution was considered fair.

EDIT: Just saw the entire first round of people get their first confirmation, so, cheers to you.
I Just had confirmation.Thanks for the beer.You really don’t owe anybody here anything
But thanks anyway . A true gent. I will keep this bitcoin as a momento (I may sell when bitcoin reaches $500,000)  Smiley
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December 04, 2018, 07:03:36 PM

We are testing the support levels at 3.800. If it's not broken down, there are hopes for slow recovery. If we go below this range, it's gonna be ugly.

Thats been Said about 7 previous resistance levels Roll Eyes
And whats ugly?

I would really prefer upwards price movements instead of downward price movements, and I understand taht this could reverse at any time. 

However, there is a realization that this could drag down, even into the triple digits, which would not be the death of bitcoin, but it would slow down some of the innovations, and perhaps even cause some increased attempts at attacking it. 

I doubt that bitcoin would die or even that the good developers would give up on bitcoin, because there continues to be a lot of goods stuff going on.  There could be some scenarios in which good developers would levan bitcoin, but I really don't consider it necessary to speculate on matters like that that seem to have really low probabilities, at the moment.  Let's see. .... Let's see.   
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December 04, 2018, 07:04:47 PM

Below is a list of some of the biggest names in Bitcoin and crypto and that they think about the impending growth .Doom
https://u.today/bitcoin-price-prediction-in-20202025-how-much-will-bitcoin-be-worth

Also they spelt "DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM" wrong.....




There must be  DOOOOOOOOOOOOOM before any impending "growth"  he mutters as he turns back to sharpening wheel, and starts to peddle, his black robes flowing in the wind, sparks flying from the scythes blade as it meets the cold wet stone, the moon overhead far away high in the distant dark night casts a cold light over the valley of darkness, the soft soft whimperings of fear can be heard rising from houses in the nearby village of Woolbersvation  "Please, please, no more doom, no more, I can't take anymore"


  


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No slack for plagiarism, rules are rules.  
Fair enough. I hadn't noticed that list had been posted here before. Things like that happen all the time, however.

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And for fuck's sake, you guys!  6 merits for that plagiarism?  If d_eddie jumps off a bridge...
I think I've been the quickest of the bunch for once is all.
My point being: to avoid the circle jerk feedback effect, we do need to encourage newcomers that take a shot at quality posting.
no need for this disingenuousness and deflection. just admit your tiny mistake and move on. you gain credibility that way, but not this.

OK, sure.
So here goes - mistakes have been made.
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EDIT: Just saw the entire first round of people get their first confirmation, so, cheers to you.

0.672 sat/B, got confirmed in a few hours. That was pretty fast.
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December 04, 2018, 07:09:54 PM
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No slack for plagiarism, rules are rules.  
Fair enough. I hadn't noticed that list had been posted here before. Things like that happen all the time, however.

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And for fuck's sake, you guys!  6 merits for that plagiarism?  If d_eddie jumps off a bridge...
I think I've been the quickest of the bunch for once is all.
My point being: to avoid the circle jerk feedback effect, we do need to encourage newcomers that take a shot at quality posting.
no need for this disingenuousness and deflection. just admit your tiny mistake and move on. you gain credibility that way, but not this.

OK, sure.
So here goes - mistakes have been made.
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What kind of man admits his mistakes? You have lost all credibility.
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No slack for plagiarism, rules are rules.  
Fair enough. I hadn't noticed that list had been posted here before. Things like that happen all the time, however.

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And for fuck's sake, you guys!  6 merits for that plagiarism?  If d_eddie jumps off a bridge...
I think I've been the quickest of the bunch for once is all.
My point being: to avoid the circle jerk feedback effect, we do need to encourage newcomers that take a shot at quality posting.
no need for this disingenuousness and deflection. just admit your tiny mistake and move on. you gain credibility that way, but not this.

OK, sure.
So here goes - mistakes have been made.
 Tongue Tongue Tongue

What kind of man admits his mistakes? You have lost all credibility.
Where exactly did I admit the mistake was MINE?  Shocked
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December 04, 2018, 07:11:45 PM

I have been making a little very little amount of coin day trading with shitcoins and I just realized a super low open order I had went partially filled. Time to sell a bit higher :$

When making trades don't forget your open orders boys.
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