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February 01, 2019, 05:25:56 PM

Before going back up, almost always go down to find the bottom and start climbing.
But it's Bitcoin, everything can happen. Wink

How do you know we haven’t seen the bottom already?



The next ATH is far away.



Most of us are willing to wait a number of years
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February 01, 2019, 05:32:23 PM
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Before going back up, almost always go down to find the bottom and start climbing.
But it's Bitcoin, everything can happen. Wink

How do you know we haven’t seen the bottom already?



The next ATH is far away.



Most of us are willing to wait a number of years

The low of ~$3,100 would be a draw down of 84%, peak to trough, assuming the low is already in.
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February 01, 2019, 05:35:57 PM

Before going back up, almost always go down to find the bottom and start climbing.
But it's Bitcoin, everything can happen. Wink

How do you know we haven’t seen the bottom already?



The next ATH is far away.



Most of us are willing to wait a number of years

The low of ~$3,100 would be a draw down of 84%, peak to trough, assuming the low is already in.

Which would fit in pretty well with what we’ve seen during past bull to bear market cycles.
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February 01, 2019, 05:36:12 PM

Before going back up, almost always go down to find the bottom and start climbing.
But it's Bitcoin, everything can happen. Wink

How do you know we haven’t seen the bottom already?


The next ATH is far away.


Most of us are willing to wait a number of years



This is the bottom, let's hope. Wink
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February 01, 2019, 05:38:12 PM

Before going back up, almost always go down to find the bottom and start climbing.
But it's Bitcoin, everything can happen. Wink

How do you know we haven’t seen the bottom already?


The next ATH is far away.


Most of us are willing to wait a number of years



This is the bottom, let's hope. Wink

This reminds me of 2015 a lot what we’re seeing at the moment. Hopefully as we enter Q2 of 2019 we begin to see a slow climb of upwards trajectory.

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February 01, 2019, 05:38:32 PM

testing testing 123



edit: it does look better
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February 01, 2019, 05:40:51 PM

WHEN VEGETA?

July. August maybe ?

Fucked if I know dude.

Shit's getting pretty retarded out there.

Gut tells me we're going to spend all of 2019 below $10k. Hope I'm wrong.



Think you’re right there man (bolded). The thing is we all just have to stay patient. We’ve seen before as we approach the halving prices slowly go up then anything between 6-18 months post halvening we grt a violent break upwards. I hope history repeats itself, trust me a lot of my life goals depend on it.

Edit - Bob, tell me to fuck off if you want but is your famous avatar an actual photo of yourself?
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February 01, 2019, 05:42:03 PM

WHEN VEGETA?

July. August maybe ?

Fucked if I know dude.

Shit's getting pretty retarded out there.

Gut tells me we're going to spend all of 2019 below $10k. Hope I'm wrong.



testing testing 123


The green dildo just takes your masterpiece to a transcendent level.

 I totally agree!  I'm just trying to figure out this transparency shit wrt GiMP...
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Modern Monetary Theory: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-31/eveything-you-wanted-know-about-mmt-were-afraid-ask

Cannot not be more bullish for Bitcoin  Cool
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February 01, 2019, 05:49:34 PM

WHEN VEGETA?

July. August maybe ?

Fucked if I know dude.

Shit's getting pretty retarded out there.

Gut tells me we're going to spend all of 2019 below $10k. Hope I'm wrong.



Think you’re right there man (bolded). The thing is we all just have to stay patient. We’ve seen before as we approach the halving prices slowly go up then anything between 6-18 months post halvening we grt a violent break upwards. I hope history repeats itself, trust me a lot of my life goals depend on it.

Edit - Bob, tell me to fuck off if you want but is your famous avatar an actual photo of yourself?

Don’t know why but I don’t think his a mohawk kinda Guy Roll Eyes
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Amazing. Straight 5 months of loss. First time in history. Bitcoin is breaking its own records again.




The next ATH is far away.

Definitely! But one year closer then a year ago.
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February 01, 2019, 06:04:37 PM


 I think the easiest way to fix the total lack of transparency in this thread is over time, creating transparencies as I see people post and I have the time.

First fix (I hope - I can't see if it worked until I post it here... working on a solution)


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February 01, 2019, 06:11:39 PM

You are on the wrong chain, this is the spend spend spend chain of Bitcoin.
It went to enormous lengths (to the extend of sacrificing 50 forks ) to be able to have massive traffic so you can shop til you drop.
For Hodling, blocksize is irrelevant, 5 buck fee so, what once every couple of years.
Hodling defeats the purpose if creating the segwit hardfork.

Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin Cash are pure breed Bitcoin. (Thoroughbred versions, Pedigree Bitcoin)
Segregated Witness version transformed Bitcoin a half-breed mongrel (Child of Bitcoin breeding with scam XRP, banking channel establishment)

Tempted to delete. Leaving for the lulz
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February 01, 2019, 06:12:37 PM


Holy cow, 6.2 on IMDB, not too shabby.

The first review is glowing:

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This masterpiece is nothing short of genius! I swear as God is my witness I honestly can't imagine why I haven't heard this film's praises sung from the day it was released. It melds the earthy, rough-hewn special effects of Doctor Who with the subtle cultural commentary of Orgazmo, and a touch of comic styling a'la Platoon thrown in just for good measure.

There was comic styling in Platoon? Well you learn something new every day. Two things, today.
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February 01, 2019, 06:18:25 PM

Fidelity confirms in a blog post to be in final testing stage as previously reported by Bloomberg
https://medium.com/@FidelityDigitalAssets/an-update-on-our-work-f5a50a753a1f
Fidelity is going to be "disrupting the obfuscated nature of trading digital assets."
Hardly disruption.  More like reversion to SOP of TPTB.
Still, I approve, because it is the condition of life to struggle and strive.
Store Of Poop of Transacting Poop To Booty?

Don't think I've ever heard those acronyms.

I already mentioned this to the one who should not be named, but I will name him anyhow, aka roach.  

Adults do not us the word "poop,"  except if they are attempting to create a kind of irony or sarcasm.

The word, "poop",  just does not come off as adult speak.    Tongue Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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February 01, 2019, 06:20:34 PM

Fidelity confirms in a blog post to be in final testing stage as previously reported by Bloomberg
https://medium.com/@FidelityDigitalAssets/an-update-on-our-work-f5a50a753a1f
Fidelity is going to be "disrupting the obfuscated nature of trading digital assets."
Hardly disruption.  More like reversion to SOP of TPTB.
Still, I approve, because it is the condition of life to struggle and strive.
Store Of Poop of Transacting Poop To Booty?

Don't think I've ever heard those acronyms.

I already mentioned this to the one who should not be named, but I will name him anyhow, aka roach.  

Adults do not us the word "poop,"  except if they are attempting to create a kind of irony or sarcasm.

The word, "poop",  just does not come off as adult speak.    Tongue Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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February 01, 2019, 06:21:50 PM

Just bought 0.06BTC which brings me up to a round figure (my stash) that I have been targeting for a while. Still going to buy during this sideways phase but happy to reach this number of coins.

I have my next target now but I don’t know if I’ll make it before it becomes too expensive to buy.

Definitely a good idea to create targets that you have reasonable chances of meeting and then to tweak your targets from time to time, such as after you have met the prior target or if the original target becomes seemingly unreachable.  Congrats.
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I tried watching it years ago, but I didn't watch whole thing. It was good for a few laughs for a while though.

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You are on the wrong chain, this is the spend spend spend chain of Bitcoin.
It went to enormous lengths (to the extend of sacrificing 50 forks ) to be able to have massive traffic so you can shop til you drop.
For Hodling, blocksize is irrelevant, 5 buck fee so, what once every couple of years.
Hodling defeats the purpose if creating the segwit hardfork.

Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin Cash are pure breed Bitcoin. (Thoroughbred versions, Pedigree Bitcoin)
Segregated Witness version transformed Bitcoin a half-breed mongrel (Child of Bitcoin breeding with scam XRP, banking channel establishment)

The more posts that I read of yours, the more retarded you seem to be becoming.

There are few people who believe the nonsense that you are attempting to spread - not even sure if Roger and Craig believe it.. but who the fuck cares, anyhow, both bcash forks (and any subsequent bcash forks, which are seeming likely) are on a likely zero trajectory, even though it could take many years to play out with the many ongoing deception scams that are financially lucrative for some of the scammers and their followers.
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