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February 02, 2019, 11:51:04 PM

  Plus, there won't be enough emmission to satisfy demand.

we're all just getting old

I like to think of it as quality over quantity, but the IVF clinic disagrees and my 22-year old supermodel g/f is now looking at me somewhat differently.

I’m over drunk,  but did I read 22y old? Mine is 25 @the moment Grin
Me early 30’s
Actualy we both drunk @ this point
And still both hodling on our precious BTC’s
Gonna do Some boring drunk punisher season 2 watching
Pretty good !!!

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February 02, 2019, 11:53:36 PM

My work here is done for the day. (satoshis.place)



BoB gonna try to watch this for you as you like the BIG LEBOWSKI ..... i just need to try and watch this
Hope its good and I can understand you’re avatar brother

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February 03, 2019, 12:04:21 AM

Where would UK folks buy Bitcoin?
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February 03, 2019, 12:11:58 AM

Where would UK folks buy Bitcoin?

Where wouldn’t they buy?
@these prices
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February 03, 2019, 12:12:50 AM

Strange page 22666  Undecided
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February 03, 2019, 12:13:59 AM

We finish out the trading day with a strong recovery and pleasant green candle on the hourly.
1h


Explosive blow off top candle and a rare orphan as we begin to search for support above the 0.382 fib
4h
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Strange page 22666  Undecided
think it must be something mystical?
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Strange page 22666  Undecided
think it must be something mystical?
Meh
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Better keep watching tele......
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February 03, 2019, 12:18:13 AM

Strange page 22666  Undecided
think it must be something mystical?
Meh
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Better keep watching tele......
Well, in that case, I wish you a pleasant viewing!)
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Avatar upgrade in progress - WO avatars are being converted to transparent background png format to give a neater appearance.   Since the hats number in the low 100s and I have no formal (or informal for that matter) tracking system, I will convert them as I see them in posts.  If you would like to change your avatar to the cleaner format, please take it from the table below (right click and save image).  If I haven't upgraded your avatar and you have posted recently, it's not because I don't love you; PM me and I'll fix it.

 This upgrade is in response to constant badgering a suggestion from Kylapoiss which forced me to learn a new skill.  Seriously though, it does look much nicer - so clean.  Great suggestion!

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February 03, 2019, 12:37:47 AM


From anywhere shown here.

https://coinatmradar.com/

Zoom in on the UK bit of the map.
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February 03, 2019, 12:39:28 AM

Sad

As long as the premium is under control, and it certainly will be in these catatonic times, this was my fave when I've bought - https://bittylicious.com
 
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February 03, 2019, 12:48:27 AM

Bitstamp is based in London, even if its banking relationships are in Slovenia
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 Hey that looks pretty good! I already made OgNasty a hat though and he wasn't interested.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg48115347#msg48115347


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February 03, 2019, 01:12:36 AM

I read earlier about the TA looking scarier if you used EMA instead of MA, so I tried it.

Having tried it, it doesn't make a drop of difference to my interpretation.  We look like we are in exactly the same spot as if you use MA.  

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February 03, 2019, 01:34:26 AM

Guys, here, were not way too bullish in 2017.  Many guys were predicting $3k to $5k as the high price points, and $10k in some kind of outlandish scenario.  2017 Bitcoin prices left a vast majority of folks here, even the most pie in the sky bullish of them in the dust.

True story. I wasn't even _wishing_ for that high a spike.

Of course, that almost guarantees that it will be different next time.








Which direction is yet to be discovered.

In my current thinking, it is NOT out of the question to have some kind of similar outrageous UP BTC price movement that goes beyond expectations. 

Surely, I am not going to bank on such an outrageous UP movement to happen, and really, I am profitable whether BTC prices go UP again or NOT.  I can also start cashing out at current prices and feel comfortable - even though I don't really need to cash out for the next 5-10 years.

Anywho, part of my point is that there is nothing really stopping a crazy ass outrageous UP BTC price movement from happening again.  Think about it.  We still only have less than 1% of the worlds population with any kind of investment in BTC.  Some people removed a decent amount of their coins from trading, so they are just hanging on to a decent percentage of their coins, even if the price goes way UP. 

Some HODLers might say, "o.k... fine.. I will sell 30% of my coins," yet in the end, I doubt that we have even $10million coins getting put up for sale, even if the BTC price goes up to $100k, and that is only a 5x from the previous ATH.

I must agree with you that even though we can spot certain kinds of similar patters with previous BTC price upsurges, we cannot really count on the next one (if it happens) taking place in the same way as any of the previous BTC price upsurges.
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