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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 2 (1.9%)
<$6,500 - 7 (6.7%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (1%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.9%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.9%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (5.7%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.8%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (11.4%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (12.4%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 6 (5.7%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (5.7%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (10.5%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 9 (8.6%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 6 (5.7%)
>$9,500 - 10 (9.5%)
$20,000 - 7 (6.7%)
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December 14, 2018, 07:47:20 PM

meh shell companies prolly.
but what's crazy is that this is 2 week old news and only just surfaced.
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December 14, 2018, 07:49:19 PM

Yes looking more complex

https://twitter.com/bitmexresearch/status/1073549031509581824
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December 14, 2018, 07:53:20 PM

Ok, I see I can't go out for the whole day to do stuff.

What the fuck you guys have done to MY Bitcoin?
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December 14, 2018, 07:59:40 PM

Ok, I see I can't go out for the whole day to do stuff.

What the fuck you guys have done to MY Bitcoin?

Just try & look for positives even if they’re totally not what you want to see.

At least you can buy more bitcoin’s at affordable prices now. There’s no point getting upset over unbanked fiat gains. Trust me I have lost a hell of a lot (unrealised fiat gains) but there’s nothing I can do about it now.

Just BUY, BUY, BUY all the fucking way down because when we go back up you’ll have a lot more than if you just sit here saying ‘it’s not fair’ after what’s happening to the price in 2018.

Increase your hoard, it’s all you can do now. Cashing out would be ridiculous at these prices.
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December 14, 2018, 08:00:45 PM

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Thanks for your comments JayJaunGee.
I decided to keep holding as I said.

I am more worried about ethereum, which is a big part of my investment.

Well, it is a problem that you saw value in that project in the first place.... I mean value beyond the associated risk that comes with manipulation, marketing and connected scam projects.

Furthermore, the ETH messages is all over the place, which is understandable because the project is all over the place, but the very ludicrous parts of the message seem to be both the attempts to describe it to be like bitcoin (implying that it is sound money) and that it is bitcoin 2.0 with the level of its looseness, causing multiple attack vectors.

Of course, it can pump some more, which, definitely remains unclear currently, the extent to which such pump is going to be mustered up in ETH at any time in the future - in spite of its ongoing weaknesses, some of which i already mentioned.



I will still holding it, and hope to dump those coins in the first opportunity. If BTC recovers, ethereum will probably reach my average price (something near 250-300).

Could be.


I believe ethereum is an interesting project, However Vitalik is the problem.  He is like a CEO,  it became his blockchain..

I don't think that he is the only problem, and if he was there probably would be a higher percentage going to ETC, which seems to be suffering at least as greatly, if not more, than ETH.

Let's see where it goes.

Agree.  I would not assert to have any real clue about direction (or price direction), especially short term.


If he manages to launch Casper (PoS) it will be a nice achievement for the whole ecosystem (as other POS coins were very centralized and much smaller projects)

Personally, I doubt that POS adds any real value, even though it is touted to add value, but I would agree that it would create an additional experiment point, pump opportunity, and opportunity for different kinds of quasi-centralized cartel-like scams, and you, as an investor, could profit from some of that nonsense.

As I get to the end of this post, I begin to realize that I hardly said anything about the possible relationship of ETH to BTC.  Of course, this is a BTC thread, and we have free range to bash ETH and other non-BTC cryptos without really having to justify such bashing, because ultimately pumping those various other cryptos is largely off topic for this thread, yet clearly some of the happenings in those other coins does seem to have decent ongoing effects on bitcoin, and as I wrote in an earlier post, yesterday I believe, at the beginning of this price correction (early 2018), it had seemed to me that it was almost inevitable that  other coins were going to come along with bitcoin for at least one more pump, and I am still of that opinion; however, currently, I am leaning a bit more to the opinion that Bitcoin might not be able to pump until the snot nosed 14 year olds, who are involved in many of the alt coins, are caused to suffer much more greatly and their coins do not show any sign of life when bitcoin has upwards movements.  Surely, they may be coming along for another pump, but it is kind of beginning to seem that more of the hope of the snot nosed 14 year olds have to be snuffed out in the short term so that they do not get the subsequent pump with any kind of BTC bounce before bitcoin is going to really be able to start to bounce.  That is my current thinking, but I understand that even if I have outlined a very plausible scenario, the actual scenario is likely NOT going to play out, even in the most of the plausible outlined projections.
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December 14, 2018, 08:10:24 PM

we are on the 200 wk right now. it's make or break... not much of a bounce.

That's because "death spiral."   Cry
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Digging deeper still...  We missed the signals laid down over 12 hours ago.

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1073427527169761280

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December 14, 2018, 08:19:05 PM

Ok, I see I can't go out for the whole day to do stuff.

What the fuck you guys have done to MY Bitcoin?

Just try & look for positives even if they’re totally not what you want to see.

At least you can buy more bitcoin’s at affordable prices now. There’s no point getting upset over unbanked fiat gains. Trust me I have lost a hell of a lot (unrealised fiat gains) but there’s nothing I can do about it now.

Just BUY, BUY, BUY all the fucking way down because when we go back up you’ll have a lot more than if you just sit here saying ‘it’s not fair’ after what’s happening to the price in 2018.

Increase your hoard, it’s all you can do now. Cashing out would be ridiculous at these prices.

I have also lost hundreds of thousands in unrealised profits. In comparison I don't have that much to lose now. But that's not the point.... I don't see any bounce, just drops and drops and drops without the slightest sign of a move upward. That is completely unusual even for Bitcoin.
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December 14, 2018, 08:23:09 PM

Coingeek is dumping its mining gear

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CoinGeek is negotiating to sell its miners (62k units with 960k TH/s) and other assets (e.g. coingeek.com) for $45.5 million. Miners' avg operational cost is $0.073 /kWh, resulting in $3580 operational breakeven (assuming used to mine $BTC not $BSV).

https://twitter.com/crypto_macro/status/1073426737105637377

I guess the whole Bitcoin Cash SV thing didn’t work out.

by the way, FTFY, above.

Even though both bcash variants seem to be dumping harder that bitcoin, can we really write either of them off, yet?  Seems too early.  We have to see whether they bounce, and if they do bounce, the extent of their bounce, no?
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Coingeek is dumping its mining gear

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CoinGeek is negotiating to sell its miners (62k units with 960k TH/s) and other assets (e.g. coingeek.com) for $45.5 million. Miners' avg operational cost is $0.073 /kWh, resulting in $3580 operational breakeven (assuming used to mine $BTC not $BSV).

https://twitter.com/crypto_macro/status/1073426737105637377

I guess the whole Bitcoin Cash SV thing didn’t work out.

I've got a joke for you. A whore monger and a conman walk into a mining operation...
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I don't see "normal" lab meat not becoming mainstream, but I wonder if people would remain put off from human meat if the biggest deterrent (killing humans) is removed.

It seems gross to me on a more emotional/impulsive level, but rationally speaking I don't see anything speaking against it.

Isn't cows eating cows theorized as the vector for mad cow disease?

Feeding them the brains of infected cows passes the disease.

BTW these fucking hats don't work but whatever.



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December 14, 2018, 08:29:37 PM

Ok, I see I can't go out for the whole day to do stuff.

What the fuck you guys have done to MY Bitcoin?

Just try & look for positives even if they’re totally not what you want to see.

At least you can buy more bitcoin’s at affordable prices now. There’s no point getting upset over unbanked fiat gains. Trust me I have lost a hell of a lot (unrealised fiat gains) but there’s nothing I can do about it now.

Just BUY, BUY, BUY all the fucking way down because when we go back up you’ll have a lot more than if you just sit here saying ‘it’s not fair’ after what’s happening to the price in 2018.

Increase your hoard, it’s all you can do now. Cashing out would be ridiculous at these prices.

I have also lost hundreds of thousands in unrealised profits. In comparison I don't have that much to lose now. But that's not the point.... I don't see any bounce, just drops and drops and drops without the slightest sign of a move upward. That is completely unusual even for Bitcoin.

To quote my favorite cowboy.

look out for the multi million buy walls getting placed now  Roll Eyes
20 k tommorow  Cool
You're giving me some hope to still hodl my bitcoin. But I'm still in the situation that scared in lost income.
Imagine that I brought at 14K per bitcoin and now 9K per bitcoin sound scary right.
Doesn't sound scary to me. Slightly displeasing, but not scary. If it crashed even further you shouldn't have too much of a problem with it because you shouldn't invest more than you can afford to burn. And on the contrary it just means riding out the wave with full confidence in your own decisions.


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December 14, 2018, 08:33:31 PM



I sold a bit at $100 and $103 and am currently positioned to sell more at $105. Back to bed.

Now stop f**king complaining.get a grip . Bitcoin has never been so alive
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December 14, 2018, 08:51:04 PM

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December 14, 2018, 08:51:40 PM

Ok, I see I can't go out for the whole day to do stuff.

What the fuck you guys have done to MY Bitcoin?

Just try & look for positives even if they’re totally not what you want to see.

At least you can buy more bitcoin’s at affordable prices now. There’s no point getting upset over unbanked fiat gains. Trust me I have lost a hell of a lot (unrealised fiat gains) but there’s nothing I can do about it now.

Just BUY, BUY, BUY all the fucking way down because when we go back up you’ll have a lot more than if you just sit here saying ‘it’s not fair’ after what’s happening to the price in 2018.

Increase your hoard, it’s all you can do now. Cashing out would be ridiculous at these prices.

I have also lost hundreds of thousands in unrealised profits. In comparison I don't have that much to lose now. But that's not the point.... I don't see any bounce, just drops and drops and drops without the slightest sign of a move upward. That is completely unusual even for Bitcoin.

After the biggest dump in history the BIGGEST PUMP will happen! #HODL now and thank me later  Cool
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December 14, 2018, 08:54:31 PM

I'm sending out a fat stack of these for Christmas. Practically everyone I know who is investment minded, or who I think might "get it" is getting a copy.
Just because you're not a developer or miner doesn't mean you can't help the cause.  Wink


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December 14, 2018, 08:55:31 PM

Just some plonker market selling a bit on coinbase. Roll Eyes
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December 14, 2018, 08:56:46 PM

I'm sending out a fat stack of these for Christmas. Practically everyone I know who is investment minded, or who I think might "get it" is getting a copy.
Just because you're not a developer or miner doesn't mean you can't help the cause.  Wink




Haha same as i already post a few times....
My friend already got he’s 3th stack of those Books delivered, and just give them always to random people friends Wink
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