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December 05, 2018, 11:53:49 PM

That already broke, we gonna retest 3400 and then test 3k soon.

She can still bounce. Actually, if she doesn't bounce that would be quite the counter-pattern. I'm finding it hard to find anything in the charts that would correspond - >30% drops on the weekly have always bounced.
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Greyscale Bitcoin Investment Trust, it now holds over 200,000 BTC for institutional investor clients. Considering the fact that there are 17.4 million BTC in circulation, this means that the company now has control of 1% of Bitcoin in circulation.

https://www.cryptocurrency365.com/news/greyscale-bitcoin-investment-trust-now-controls-1-percent-of-btc/

Not accounting for the millions(?) of lost coins

How many coins are lost +/-?

Recently 'everyone's' been putting the figure at ~4 million, due to a Fortune article a year ago. http://fortune.com/2017/11/25/lost-bitcoins/
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December 05, 2018, 11:58:17 PM

Greyscale Bitcoin Investment Trust, it now holds over 200,000 BTC for institutional investor clients. Considering the fact that there are 17.4 million BTC in circulation, this means that the company now has control of 1% of Bitcoin in circulation.

https://www.cryptocurrency365.com/news/greyscale-bitcoin-investment-trust-now-controls-1-percent-of-btc/

Not accounting for the millions(?) of lost coins

How many coins are lost +/-?

I would say somewhere between 4-7 million, maybe more, I had heard it said somewhere it could be as high as 10 million, but from what I have heard and read over the years I would say for almost certain that 4-6 million are lost


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December 05, 2018, 11:58:56 PM

This is bad, I have to buy more !!! !!!
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December 06, 2018, 12:00:23 AM

Anywhere between $1150 and $3500 I might just do that  Wink
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December 06, 2018, 12:06:27 AM

Anywhere between $1150 and $3500 I might just do that  Wink

Christmas is coming, it is likely.
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December 06, 2018, 12:07:21 AM

[...] I wouldn't leave a single thing to chance. I don't want a cookie cutter cash cow game, I want a world.

see if you can get the rights to babylon 5 and get going. im waiting.
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December 06, 2018, 12:11:12 AM

X-mass is already here early
With those F***ing cheap coins ...... increase while you can.... especially to all middlemen BUY and don’t let
The rich get away with our-your cheap AF BTC
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December 06, 2018, 12:17:48 AM

I would say somewhere between 4-7 million, maybe more, I had heard it said somewhere it could be as high as 10 million, but from what I have heard and read over the years I would say for almost certain that 4-6 million are lost


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10 mil is *way* too high.



This chart shows UTXO distribution by age. Only the stuff at five years+ can be reasonably assumed lost, and that's only 20% of current supply or about 3.5 million bitcoin. Within that you have the Satoshi stash of perhaps 1 million bitcoin of unknown status.
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December 06, 2018, 12:19:08 AM

[...] I wouldn't leave a single thing to chance. I don't want a cookie cutter cash cow game, I want a world.

see if you can get the rights to babylon 5 and get going. im waiting.

or buy the battletech IP and fucking fire PGI
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December 06, 2018, 12:23:18 AM

I would say somewhere between 4-7 million, maybe more, I had heard it said somewhere it could be as high as 10 million, but from what I have heard and read over the years I would say for almost certain that 4-6 million are lost

I well and truly can't remember where I read it, maybe Bitmex research, but the only reliable figure that points towards BTC that's still accessible is Bcash that has moved since August 2017. It's a surprisingly high figure, over 50% I think. There'll still be loads going nowhere in paper wallets so I think the lost coins figure is much lower.
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December 06, 2018, 12:32:13 AM

http://trilema.com/2015/a-blast-from-the-past-or-the-molotov-cocktail-guide-this-is-how-you-win/
replete with digs at tesla

unrelated repost, but timely http://trilema.com/2017/the-universal-plan-for-wealth/
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don't wanna be that guy, but if so.... i will stand my ground  Cheesy
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December 06, 2018, 12:36:16 AM

That will be the image  Grin
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December 06, 2018, 12:37:29 AM

I would say somewhere between 4-7 million, maybe more, I had heard it said somewhere it could be as high as 10 million, but from what I have heard and read over the years I would say for almost certain that 4-6 million are lost


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10 mil is *way* too high.



This chart shows UTXO distribution by age. Only the stuff at five years+ can be reasonably assumed lost, and that's only 20% of current supply or about 3.5 million bitcoin. Within that you have the Satoshi stash of perhaps 1 million bitcoin of unknown status.

Yeah I agree 10 million is likely way too high , but it appeals to the depressive in me
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December 06, 2018, 12:39:53 AM

Anywhere between $1150 and $3500 I might just do that  Wink

BTCBTC stops @ ~$2500 >> $1500 >> $1337 >> $1000 >> $950 >> $900  Kiss weeeee
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definitely would wanna have one of those Roll Eyes kinda like them
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December 06, 2018, 12:44:37 AM

Anywhere between $1150 and $3500 I might just do that  Wink

BTCBTC stops @ ~$2500 >> $1500 >> $1337 >> $1000 >> $950 >> $900  Kiss weeeee


 


 

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December 06, 2018, 12:49:33 AM

At the same time I don't think it's going to stop the zombies trading ETH for a long arse time yet. No one is yet to care about actual uses for things like this. If Ripple can be older than BTC and still have achieved precisely fuck all and still be worth what it is, we have a long way to go before sense reigns.

Nailed it.

Apparently the n00b crypto kiddies are oblivious to the fact that there are zombie penny stock companies that have sat wash trading in the pink sheet markets for decades. They have done fuck all and yet they still have a value and are still PnD'ed every now and then.

But teh crypto kiddies don't think this situation applies to their special snowflake scamcoin du jour?
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December 06, 2018, 12:50:57 AM

Anywhere between $1150 and $3500 I might just do that  Wink

BTCBTC stops @ ~$2500 >> $1500 >> $1337 >> $1000 >> $950 >> $900  Kiss weeeee


 


 

*excited like Jimmy Saville in a playground loaded on steroids and cocaine ^^   (no offence to Rick Flair)

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i've been in a coma ... now lets really bring the pain $3000 is fake bidders Smiley droppppppp ===>

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