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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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December 06, 2018, 01:12:57 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha


Technical traders very much do. As well as the MSM following sheep.
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December 06, 2018, 01:13:28 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.

Makes sense. True support levels can only be determined with reference to previous corrective (down) action on the way up.
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December 06, 2018, 01:14:50 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha


Technical traders very much do.

technically retards Smiley haha
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December 06, 2018, 01:20:47 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha

gembitz, dee psycho, seems to have a decent point here.

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Technical traders very much do. As well as the MSM following sheep.

I still believe that gembitz, dee psycho, has a good point.
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December 06, 2018, 01:29:28 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha

gembitz, dee psycho, seems to have a decent point here.

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Technical traders very much do. As well as the MSM following sheep.

I still believe that gembitz, dee psycho, has a good point.

yes the raw love&hype that propelled bitcoin to astronomical heights is not derived from marketcap data Wink  ~cheers
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December 06, 2018, 01:36:31 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha

gembitz, dee psycho, seems to have a decent point here.

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Technical traders very much do. As well as the MSM following sheep.

I still believe that gembitz, dee psycho, has a good point.

yes the raw love&hype that propelled bitcoin to astronomical heights is not derived from marketcap data Wink  ~cheers
No, but it can be used as a tool to control a narrative in the short-term and create prey for whales to dump on/pillage from. The ones that move the market in the short-term and cause snowball effects. Long-term it's all irrelevant.
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December 06, 2018, 01:38:37 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha

gembitz, dee psycho, seems to have a decent point here.

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Technical traders very much do. As well as the MSM following sheep.

I still believe that gembitz, dee psycho, has a good point.

yes the raw love&hype that propelled bitcoin to astronomical heights is not derived from marketcap data Wink  ~cheers
No, but it can be used as a tool to control a narrative in the short-term and create prey for whales to dump on/pillage from. The ones that move the market in the short-term and cause snowball effects. Long-term it's all irrelevant.

the exchanges are crooked whales :\ meh ~  im starting an Eskimo club Wink hehe
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December 06, 2018, 01:48:36 AM

btc looks really bad

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December 06, 2018, 01:59:36 AM

My international wire with Bitstamp cleared in 2.5 business days.

5 stars would deposit again.

Mine cleared in 3 days but I got taxed an additional $25 USD with the intermediaries beyond the minimum $7.5 and my bank fees.
Did you have a similar experience
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December 06, 2018, 02:06:40 AM

I was dinged US$11.50 on top of the $7.50 so someone has taken a small cut somewhere along the way.  My bank doesn’t charge a transfer fee but screws me on FX.   C’est la guerre. 
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December 06, 2018, 02:11:44 AM

I think somebody is taking 1.5%
Wonder if its worth investigating through my bank. I bet they'll charge me $20 to tell me who it was. 
Another fine example of why I chose to exit.
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December 06, 2018, 02:21:05 AM
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Collaborative efforts are key to solving current issues.
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December 06, 2018, 02:22:56 AM

Too lazy to post the graph right now. But the $2800 support level was reached the day the crypto market cap broke $100 Billion. Should be a very strong support if we get there, but dropping below it could trigger a further drop due to psychological horseshit and going back to sub $100 Billion market cap. Probably some discrepancy due to different altcoin prices and amounts, but the range seems roughly accurate given that everything is tethered to BTC.


marketcap of shitcoins? lololololol >> no one cares of this Smiley  bwaaaahaahahha

gembitz, dee psycho, seems to have a decent point here.

[edited out]
Technical traders very much do. As well as the MSM following sheep.

I still believe that gembitz, dee psycho, has a good point.

yes the raw love&hype that propelled bitcoin to astronomical heights is not derived from marketcap data Wink  ~cheers

In this post, you are making a new point, dippy.   I thought that you were criticizing BTCMILLIONAIRE for referring to the whole market cap of cryptos, rather than focusing on bitcoin - and now it seems that you are making a different point about deceptive nature of the market cap data.  I may have to bow out of this, if you cannot at least stay on point.  you fuck.   hahahahahaha
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December 06, 2018, 02:24:38 AM

My spidey senses are tingling

There is doom in the air.... and not just in Bitcoin/Cryptomarkets

Something wicked this way comes
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December 06, 2018, 02:25:15 AM

This falling wedge is probably the last hope for #Bitcoin to avoid setting new yearly lows.



https://twitter.com/crypto_rand/status/1070406219897151488
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I like this

If I had any send-able merits I would fire them to you, but alas.

Cool AF though

ps. Those owls are a little masonic and the two peple at the top are like twin pillars of Boaz & Joachim - its the lodge of the electromasons
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December 06, 2018, 02:30:21 AM

<twitches curtain in paranoid fashion>
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December 06, 2018, 02:31:08 AM


Collaborative efforts are key to solving current issues.

oh man, I remember some kind of DNA drill tractor from that same artist...awesome
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December 06, 2018, 02:32:52 AM

My spidey senses are tingling

There is doom in the air.... and not just in Bitcoin/Cryptomarkets

Something wicked this way comes

Nah... Plunge Protection Teams and Bearwhale Slayers are waiting in the wings to save the day
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December 06, 2018, 02:33:49 AM

<twitches curtain in paranoid fashion>

fuck...again?  I'm getting too old for this

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