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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 22 (18.2%)
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21-30% - 17 (14%)
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100% - 10 (8.3%)
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January 04, 2019, 12:48:52 AM

Sorry OT

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But liked it Roll Eyes

Into the HODLcave lights out

Good night WO’s
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January 04, 2019, 01:22:57 AM
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I was out tonight, but I raised a glass to Mr Nakamoto's brilliant invention anyway, sadly unshared with any hodlers.

Now I am back to catch up and it looks like the WO has been on form.  Bitcoin might still be quiet, but if the mood in here is much to go by, things are looking up.

I can't remember missing a page here in years and yep, it can be fucked up and feisty, but sometimes there is nothing quite as wonderful as this place. 

Best thread on net... and I confess a strangely important part of my life, given I can't be the only one here who hasn't met a soul who posts here.

Belated best wishes to all the regulars on the WO thread; still going strong as the second decade of Bitcoin kicks off and, hopefully kicks ass.

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January 04, 2019, 01:43:03 AM

Hi Bob, Classy enough?  Kiss
Hi forum, Tell me again that this is only a gentlemen's club.
xoxo

Most certainly classy enough.

Welcome to the club, friend.

Take good care of our boy micgoossens. Hope to catch up with you two - eventually - for some frivolity and good-times.

Wishing you and 'goosens all the best in 2019.

Haha thx

And in Belgium BTC has passed its 10th birthday so Lets go for another decade of Fun and amazing shit together
Cheesy

Well said.  If the WO ever does meet up in Belgium, I would probably go Mic...  I know it pretty well and have always rather liked it there.
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January 04, 2019, 02:41:47 AM

Sorry OT

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But liked it Roll Eyes

Into the HODLcave lights out

Good night WO’s

g'nite ~ sum cry moon Wink lol
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January 04, 2019, 02:57:22 AM



Seems god is bearish too  Undecided
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January 04, 2019, 03:01:19 AM

It’s a significant PR win for Bitmex.

No kidding:

  • 3 Bitmex logos.
  • 0 Bitcoin logos.

Oh well, let's see what The Times 2029 brings.
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January 04, 2019, 03:02:10 AM
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Hi Bob, Classy enough?  Kiss

Hi forum, Tell me again that this is only a gentlemen's club.

xoxo

 Hi MsMicG,
Nice touch with the BTC!  If you really want to class it up, you need more activity and merit:



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Edit: My daughter picked the colour scheme.

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Every day that goes by and Bitcoin hasn’t collapsed due to legal or technical problems, that brings new information to the market. It increases the chance of Bitcoin’s eventual success and justifies a higher price.

-Hal Finney

Huge shame he's no longer with us. A brilliant mind and a gentleman.
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January 04, 2019, 03:37:23 AM

Hi Bob, Classy enough?  Kiss
Hi forum, Tell me again that this is only a gentlemen's club.
xoxo

Most certainly classy enough.

Welcome to the club, friend.

Take good care of our boy micgoossens. Hope to catch up with you two - eventually - for some frivolity and good-times.

Wishing you and 'goosens all the best in 2019.

Haha thx

And in Belgium BTC has passed its 10th birthday so Lets go for another decade of Fun and amazing shit together
Cheesy

Well said.  If the WO ever does meet up in Belgium, I would probably go Mic...  I know it pretty well and have always rather liked it there.

From my perspective on the other side of the pond, having not been to Belgium, it seems like Belgians are what the French would be if they weren't assholes.
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January 04, 2019, 03:43:45 AM

It’s a significant PR win for Bitmex.

No kidding:

  • 3 Bitmex logos.
  • 0 Bitcoin logos.

Oh well, let's see what The Times 2029 brings.

Eat out from £50

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January 04, 2019, 04:15:01 AM

Low level oscillation's for more accumulation. Resistance and support being established at the $3.9k and $3.75k levels respectively. Buy the dip continues. #dyor

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January 04, 2019, 04:24:12 AM

Brian Armstrong makes a half-assed apology for being a Bcash / ETH dickhead:

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12/ To the extent I was critical of people working on any part of Bitcoin or crypto in the past, I apologize. My hope is that we see this technology succeed in the world, and my hat is off to anyone working to make that happen.

https://twitter.com/brian_armstrong/status/1080910647527763968?s=21
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January 04, 2019, 04:32:23 AM
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In other worthless banker news, three Credit Suisse employees run away with $2 billion then get arrested:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-46755159

And I think it’s time for us to have a chat

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January 04, 2019, 04:37:49 AM

Vitalik deleted this tweet after 1 min.  Undecided

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In other worthless banker news, three Credit Suisse employees run away with $2 billion then get arrested:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-46755159

And I think it’s time for us to have a chat



Nice to see some bankers getting arrested, i hope they going to jail for a long time.

$2b...that's a lot of money.
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January 04, 2019, 05:10:33 AM

Brian Armstrong makes a half-assed apology for being a Bcash / ETH dickhead:

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12/ To the extent I was critical of people working on any part of Bitcoin or crypto in the past, I apologize. My hope is that we see this technology succeed in the world, and my hat is off to anyone working to make that happen.

https://twitter.com/brian_armstrong/status/1080910647527763968?s=21


https://youtu.be/uSjS_l3wGu8?t=351

Brian sounds like O-Ren Ishii ^^
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January 04, 2019, 06:40:13 AM

Twist in cloud with crossing MACD on the hourly. Long/short ratio's tight.
1h


Changes seem to indicate prices might move closer to $4kish than not as indicators start to narrow.
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January 04, 2019, 07:04:47 AM

Sorry OT

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But liked it Roll Eyes

Into the HODLcave lights out

Good night WO’s

g'nite ~ sum cry moon Wink lol

You forgot your hermaphrodite assclown mating call Weeeeeeee Weeeeee Weeeeeeiner Cheesy

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January 04, 2019, 07:34:37 AM

The main news portal in Estonia (delfi.ee) has turned their view on crypto. News related to crypto in there used to be only about why is it a scam and why no one should invest in it. Now they've turned 100% around, news are only positive giving people actually pretty solid advice how and when to buy and how to plan out the investment strategy. I know we're small compared to the rest of the world but still, bullish Smiley
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January 04, 2019, 08:04:57 AM

The basis of human interaction in trade is barter. I give you some type of object you want for what I want.  Since humans adopted specialization of labor, they started to use an intermediary, Macguffin-like instrument to reduce friction of trade.  There is no guarantee this Macguffin instrument will ever be redeemable for anything of value.  In fact, anything of zero intrinsic value to humans will inevitably return to that exact value and be unredeemable for anything.

This is why Aristotle said the only stable form of money is a commodity currency of intrinsic value (to human civilizations) and why Plato was wrong.  If the Macguffin has no intrinsic value, it's simply a system of faith and faith collapses.  If you're using a real commodity currency, it's value can go up or down, but it's not possible for it to implode to nothingness and bring down the ENTIRE SYSTEM.

There's a lot of stupid fucks on this forum, and they think I'm joking, but the simple fact that humans were led astray off this sustainable path of metals as commodity money might mean when the paper currency collapses, it could cause a dark ages that humans never recover from and everyone goes back to the stone ages.  Or will we go back to metals as money once again with some great upheavel in between.  We'll see.  A fake commodity currency - imaginary, valueless crypto-tokens, are zero difference from fiat paper in the above scenario.  They would implode to zero and cause the same problem.


Did you or did you not make profit on BTC & swapped it for a "real commodity" such as silver? There is your barter right there.
And please stop the contradiction between Plato & Aristotle. They all have their opinion with outdated data. Welcome to the present.

There is nothing outdated about the Plato vs Aristotle argument on money.  It applies now just as then.  And since you're unable to read between the lines here, and what inevitably happens to imaginary tokens of no value whether it's fiat or bitcoins, trading bitcoins for metals is simply the act of exiting the house of cards before it falls over.  

The value of a bitcoin started at zero, and on a long enough timeline it's going to be zero again.  Anyone who disagrees with that statement is an obvious con artist.  It's only a question of what is the duration of start to finish.  When it's so obvious that is the case, you're required to be a scammer in the first place to even promote it as a solution when there are superior instruments already existing (physical metals) that do not suffer such problems.

Trying to convince people who think you are a mentally ill retard to buy Silver when its a worthless relic of the past is a lost cause Virgin Roach. Cry You have never converted a single person to buy your bags of metal before they crash to 1 dollar an ounze. We convert people to Bitcoin all the time as we march to 100k and drive you deeper down the rabbit hole of insanity each day. Saying Bitcoin has no value proves your low iq and retarded nature. Your scrawny virgin hero Andrew Anglin knows Bitcoins are the most valuable thing in his life as it is the primary funding of your favorite clown website.

Here is your beta male hero telling readers of your favorite site to buy Bitcoin Wink

"Bitcoin is the Only Way to Donate
If you don’t currently use Bitcoin: You should find a Bitcoin exchange that does business with your country, buy Bitcoin there, withdraw it to your own wallet and then send it from your wallet to the Stormer’s address. If this sounds difficult, find a friend or a nephew or ask your kids or grandkids that are nerds how to do this."

https://dailystormer.name/contributions/

Wen will he change name to dailyBitcoiner?

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