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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 3 (2.3%)
<$6,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.8%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.5%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.3%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (4.6%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.1%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (9.2%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (9.9%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (4.6%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (8.4%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 13 (9.9%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 17 (13%)
>$9,500 - 17 (13%)
$20,000 - 9 (6.9%)
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February 07, 2019, 07:16:06 AM

Oh yea, and another issue with Corncube I have.  Yes, John Nash believes "ideal money" is an imaginary token of no value, but John Nash also forgot to mention to you that he's mentally insane.  His brain is not capable of analyzing actual human wants, ideals, and behavior, or things like Maslow's Pyramid, so his only way to comment on any subject at all is to attempt to distill every variable down into a clean room math problem.  In other words, "ideal money" is not an imaginary token of no value, it's just what his brain WANTS the variable to be so he can turn it into a math problem.

In the real world, humans value things based on their actual usefulness, so something that's completely imaginary of no value makes zero sense in that regard of standing any type of test of time.  Any imaginary token based on artificial scarcity is guaranteed to start at zero and return there in other words.  How is that "sound money"?  That's the most unsound type of money possible.  

Really, since money is a way of transferring some sort of real value (not fake scarcity or imaginary value) from past to the future, it's main two traits needs to be non-perishable along with some sort of valuable use case for humans. I'd classify silver and copper as better forms of money than gold in this case, but gold still has it's uses.  To sum it all up, the arguments of Aristotle on money are correct and both Plato and John Nash are wrong.
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February 07, 2019, 07:20:25 AM



If you bought a crypt for $ 100 a year ago, now they would turn into 40.33 bucks.
Great... Cry


This tool just needs to be turned off at the time of the bear market!!
Just to not spoil your mood...  Embarrassed
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February 07, 2019, 07:20:58 AM

4 main metrics to look at imo: Ethnicity (white of whatever variety), language (something civilized (english)), culture (NO WELFARE), and taxation on bitcoin.

Looking into it myself, but at the end of the day the only way to know for sure if a given country works is to go there and live for a while.

As a US citizen, my only real options to reduce Bitcoin tax burden would be to ditch my citizenship or move to Puerto Rico. However, as jbreher mentioned, now would be the time to move to PR, while we're in the depths of a bear market.

I'd like to move out of the US, at least temporarily, just for the experience. But I have a baby now, which complicated things further.
Bring your anchor baby with you. That's what the anchor fucking means.

Huh
What? Babies go where the parents go.

Yes. But at least 'round these parts, the term anchor baby refers to a kid born to an illegal alien upon US soil. Such an event entitles the baby to automatic US Citizenship status. This provides a tie for the rest of the family to argue for US legal resident status. Thereby, 'anchor'.

Such a term is clearly inapplicable to infofront's current situation with an already-born child. Nevermind the fact that it seems likely infofront is already US-ian.

This.


I doubt that Ibian is unaware of the USA political usage of the term "anchor baby," and likely, he purposefully used the term in different way, perhaps in order to cause some definitional distress from various readers, as a kind of joke.  And, maybe the joke has become a bit more funny because of jbreher's perception of a necessity to explain the current USA political usage of the term "anchor baby?"

Jokes are not so good when explained, but as you may recall, infofront had already said that he could not travel as easily, in part, because of baby, which could imply that said baby is anchoring down infofront's mobility. 

Literal rather than political definition of an "anchor baby." 

I better not attempt to explain more because the joke is going to become even less funny, perhaps?    Cry Cry Cry
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February 07, 2019, 07:27:02 AM

Good day WO's!
 Gentlemen, how is your mood?


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February 07, 2019, 07:30:40 AM

Morning WO's.

You speak a decent amount of truth here, becoin.  <...>

He actually speaks of not a single word of truth there JJG. Wake up.

I keep my profit only in bitcoin. When I pay my loss I pay in bitcoin.

If I was a tourist like you I'd have sold my bitcoins at $500 like Mike Hearn did. Tourists come and go. We live here. For us bitcoin is something much more than just money! And bitcoin is rewarding us since 2009.

You'll take your profit at $5000 and when bitcoin gets beyond $50000 from cryptotourist you'll become cryptohater like so many people before you during the last 10 years! Just because they thought they knew when to take the profit/loss.

I have to admit that you got me worked up a little with your lame and uninvited personal attack.
I had to briefly go through your post history to see what I'm up against. Glad I did so.

Shady intentions & dangerous is my conclusion for you.
And when I say 'dangerous' I mean MANIPULATOR level, AKA whale.
Far from the 'we live here' - you don't.

Thank you for exposing yourself, next time pick on even smaller fish.
Don't make me quote my favorites of your posts - I did have a good laugh.

It's all about you isn't it? Your mouth is bigger than your bags though. And my ... even greater.
Being loaded doesn't make you a better person does it now?
At least I don't go around spreading FOMO, nor give bullshit advice, that might have a negative impact on other people's wallets.

Sorry for disturbing your flock round up attempt.
If someone doesn't sell some BTC when it's ATH, then I don't know what he's doing here.
One last thing, before I never refer to you again, and mostly a wish: Fuck off already.
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#adoption  Smiley

Users in Argentina Are Now Able to Load Public Transport Cards With Bitcoin

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As of today, users from 37 locations in Argentina can charge their SUBE cards with bitcoin, the best-known cryptocurrency, the local source report.
The SUBE card (standing for Sistema Único de Boleto Electrónico) is used on public transport services within the Buenos Aires metropolitan area and other Argentine cities and is promoted by the Argentine Secretary of Transportation.
It is valid on a number of different travel systems across the city including the Underground, buses and trains.



https://www.cryptovibes.com/crypto-news/sube-card-bitcoins-public-transport-argentina/
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February 07, 2019, 08:21:33 AM

It's been a while since we haven't talked about ETFs.

SEC Commissioner: Bitcoin ETF Will Eventually Be Approved

https://coindoo.com/sec-commissioner-bitcoin-etf-will-eventually-be-approved/

"In a leaked interview with Congressional Quarterly Inc. on Feb. 07, 2019, one of the SEC commissioners Robert J. Jackson said that Bitcoin ETF would finally be approved. So it is no longer a matter of whether SEC will adopt a BTC ETF. It is now a matter of when.

The draft copies of the interview were reportedly shared on social media by Congressional Quarterly. The company is scheduled to publish the full interview on 11th of February.
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Regarding the Winklevoss’ ETF proposal, Jackson said: “Would I have wanted them to be able to buy that ETF? Hell no hell no. And I might not be sitting here if my father had, so yeah, I take really seriously putting the American stamp of approval on any investment product, and I’m not going to do it until those questions get answered.”
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February 07, 2019, 08:41:30 AM

Good day WO's!
Gentlemen, how is your mood?

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Good day WO's!
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February 07, 2019, 08:59:52 AM
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If you bought a crypt for $ 100 a year ago, now they would turn into 40.33 bucks.
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This tool just needs to be turned off at the time of the bear market!!
Just to not spoil your mood...  Embarrassed

1BTC is 1BTC!

Whatever $100 got you 12 months ago is exactly the same amount of BTC today.
Think in BTC terms & not $ terms buddy.

Plus we should always try & find positives in everything - We can increase our HODL stashes now. Now is a great time to accumulate ahead of the next massive bull run.
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February 07, 2019, 09:02:54 AM

wow thanx man you're the dude. Cool
also all the others. you're all dudes
we must drive the serious-minded meta types round the bend
which is nice

Man, that part of the forum is where fun dies. I swear if we arranged them a party with strippers & cocaine they’d turn away & continue to analyse btctalk data & create spreadsheets on who has the most Merit, who sends the most Merit, the new Default Trust settings etc.

Fuck me, they need to get some sex & party Grin

Some of the threads in there are mind numbingly boring.

meeeh, they are mostly the same threads, track and trace MERIT........ merit..... merit......merit ....and..... MERIT no more no less


Yeah and who suggested I go there and ask for more smerit   Grin   what a stitch up.   lol
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February 07, 2019, 09:06:11 AM

Good day WO's!
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February 07, 2019, 09:23:34 AM

 Cheesy



https://twitter.com/tommyp408/status/1093403699609722880/photo/1
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February 07, 2019, 09:27:58 AM

Good day WO's!
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Mood is doom backwards.
Coincidence?
I don't thiiink so000!
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February 07, 2019, 09:39:11 AM

Good day WO's!
 Gentlemen, how is your mood?


Morning, my mood is quite good, the price is still going sideways so no sign of the supposed further misery as some here predicted the last few days.

Hopefully we have seen the bottom already, after all.
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February 07, 2019, 09:58:51 AM

I still think the "real" bottom was around $5500

alts are now starting to recapitalise in a big way

That was what was needed to confirm the bottom and start a reversal in BTC




Why did you stop making your hilarious TA posts after this one?  Huh

Did you find a tiny bit of dignity you had forgotten and decide to stop shredding your credibility with miserably poor analysis and predictions?

Also strange you stopped pumping Dash with perma-bull TA and switched to different brands of hopium called "Unobtanium" (lolwut) and good old Bitcoin (a huge improvement from Dash so good job!  Smiley).
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February 07, 2019, 10:25:31 AM

Extreme late morning for in the week wtf
I’m late for my first day on micdo’s .....
still under 3.4K.... when 3.417K ?
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wow thanx man you're the dude. Cool
also all the others. you're all dudes
we must drive the serious-minded meta types round the bend
which is nice

Man, that part of the forum is where fun dies. I swear if we arranged them a party with strippers & cocaine they’d turn away & continue to analyse btctalk data & create spreadsheets on who has the most Merit, who sends the most Merit, the new Default Trust settings etc.

Fuck me, they need to get some sex & party Grin

Some of the threads in there are mind numbingly boring.

meeeh, they are mostly the same threads, track and trace MERIT........ merit..... merit......merit ....and..... MERIT no more no less


Yeah and who suggested I go there and ask for more smerit   Grin   what a stitch up.   lol

Globb0 just go there and create a merit tracking device ..... merits Will flow as crazy
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Extreme late morning for in the week wtf
I’m late for my first day on micdo’s .....
still under 3.4K.... when 3.417K ?

You’ll be dealing with gherkins today micg! Your punishment for being late Cheesy
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February 07, 2019, 10:30:36 AM

@iCEBREAKER
You have a technical error in your personal text

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Crypto is the separation of Power and State.
FIFY
Monero is the separation of Power and State.

Governments have started using crypto the latest being one of the most brutal authoritarian regimes Saudi arabia copy xrp to make own coin.
If that is not red flag, then what is?

https://blockmanity.com/news/saudi-arabia-and-uae-launches-a-separate-cryptocurrency-for-banks-to-facilitate-cross-border-payments/
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