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Sparta were the men. They were a warrior culture.

Nope. Honestly I expected a better answer from you.

Their men were the best warriors because of their matriarch society. End of story.

According to the course i took on antiquity at the university of Lund, the Spartan society was very much a patriarchal society, the women were a lot freer then in other Greek city states, but they certainly did not run the place.

Edit: And, yes, they did get their hair cut short and were dressed up as men on their wedding night, whether they were raped or not is a matter of definition I suppose.
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Waiting to pounce.
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#stronghands'19

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February 22, 2019, 03:41:48 AM

A lot of noise that the Mueller report is being completed this week. 

Hairy prediction:  nothing will happen
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February 22, 2019, 03:47:46 AM

Wise words coming from *exchange owners*: https://bitcoinist.com/kraken-warn-cryptocurrency-exchanges/

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DON’T USE EXCHANGES TO STORE CRYPTOCURRENCY
For Kraken CEO, Jesse Powell, users shouldn’t more cryptos than they need to trade actively. Instead, cryptocurrency owners should use (admittedly, also reputable) hardware wallets like Ledger and Trezor.

Which makes a LOT of sense because, differently to FIAT banks, idle coins provide no revenue or advantage to exchanges unless they were doing reserve banking, which they shouldn't. Idle coins increase their operational risk.
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February 22, 2019, 03:53:04 AM

A lot of noise that the Mueller report is being completed this week.  

Hairy prediction:  nothing will happen

It will just prove potus is a lying, colluding, conniving, corrupt pos.
But we all knew that anyway....yeah, nothing will happen.
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February 22, 2019, 03:57:42 AM

I'm constantly monitoring the price of BTC, but we struggle to stay at $4,000 level.

Any chance for the 2nd pump?

What price will we land next?
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February 22, 2019, 04:07:43 AM

I'm constantly monitoring the price of BTC, but we struggle to stay at $4,000 level.

Any chance for the 2nd pump?

What price will we land next?

Either 3.7 or 4.2 probably. Sideways in the meantime.
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February 22, 2019, 04:14:26 AM

Taking into account that a recent XMR auction ended up going for a greater value than it was that day, I don't think it's worth it.

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    Click here to download our attached registration form
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Do they accept XMR for bidding? Cheesy

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February 22, 2019, 04:20:07 AM

I meant that there won't be a report that comes out this week or next.  But yes, I agree with you anyway  Smiley
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Despite the 14-month long bear market, BTC transaction rate reaching 2017 all-time high.

Transaction fees also have remained relatively stable.


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February 22, 2019, 04:55:10 AM

Despite the 14-month long bear market, BTC transaction rate reaching 2017 all-time high.

Transaction fees also have remained relatively stable.




I really can't understand what is causing that much tx's. I mean, the peak of 2017 was probably because of people claiming forks and the FOMO (buying/selling)  during the last months. What is happening now? Is it increasing adoption in the middle of a bear market?

On second thought... fees were as much expensive during the 2017 peak that many people (including me) were very shy about sending any tx unless strictly needed. Now you can do it without a second thought.
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February 22, 2019, 04:57:01 AM

Haha well, the marriage thing is not so kind.
You want to be the girl he wants to marry to, like you see in the movies, but I guess life isn't a movie  Cheesy
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Hell, I'll marry you!

Sorry Mic, obviously joking, just trying to widen your perception of things.

Is this actually your girl mic or somebody trolling?

NoNo its actually is her, no troll in that one, sense an awesome/beautiful lady I do Cheesy

getting ready to play some game today Roll Eyes Grin

Part of team mic....  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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February 22, 2019, 04:58:19 AM

Haha well, the marriage thing is not so kind.
You want to be the girl he wants to marry to, like you see in the movies, but I guess life isn't a movie  Cheesy
Appreciate your kindness  Kiss

Hell, I'll marry you!

Sorry Mic, obviously joking, just trying to widen your perception of things.

Is this actually your girl mic or somebody trolling?

NoNo its actually is her, no troll in that one, sense an awesome/beautiful lady I do Cheesy

getting ready to play some game today Roll Eyes Grin

Part of team mic....  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

This time you have a point there for once. Cryptoqueen is surely part of mic's "team" lol
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February 22, 2019, 04:59:23 AM

Elwar hasn't even moved onto his seacoffin seastead and you guys are pretending like he's going to be alive after one week.

He has not logged in for more than 2 weeks, so you might be on to something, roach.
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February 22, 2019, 05:01:02 AM

Haha well, the marriage thing is not so kind.
You want to be the girl he wants to marry to, like you see in the movies, but I guess life isn't a movie  Cheesy
Appreciate your kindness  Kiss

Hell, I'll marry you!

Sorry Mic, obviously joking, just trying to widen your perception of things.

Is this actually your girl mic or somebody trolling?

NoNo its actually is her, no troll in that one, sense an awesome/beautiful lady I do Cheesy

getting ready to play some game today Roll Eyes Grin

Part of team mic....  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

This time you have a point there for once. Cryptoqueen is surely part of mic's "team" lol

Hopefully, we do not have astroturfing going on here.   
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February 22, 2019, 05:01:03 AM

Not sure about you guys, but I do not feel sorry at all for the people who get "financially ruined" for shorting bitcoin (at any price):

I just got liquidated on my entire Bitcoin stack (12 BTC). I shorted at 3430 because all the TA indicators showed further downside.

I am financially ruined.




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February 22, 2019, 05:32:56 AM

I really can't understand what is causing that much tx's. I mean, the peak of 2017 was probably because of people claiming forks and the FOMO (buying/selling)  during the last months. What is happening now? Is it increasing adoption in the middle of a bear market?
On second thought... fees were as much expensive during the 2017 peak that many people (including me) were very shy about sending any tx unless strictly needed. Now you can do it without a second thought.

I don't know about you but I am quite active at the moment sending small txs as I buy bits here and there. 
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I'm constantly monitoring the price of BTC, but we struggle to stay at $4,000 level.

Any chance for the 2nd pump?


Yes.   I will specifically assert that currently there is a chance that the BTC price will pump above $4k in the coming days.   Wink

What price will we land next?


As I type, the BTC price is bouncing between $3,910 and $3,920.  

If the price is going to $4k, then it must pass through $3,950 first.

If the price is going to $3,850, then it must pass through $3,870 first.

I predict that the price is going to pass through either $3,870 or $3,950 in the coming days, and I predict that the BTC price is never going to "land" in any one place for very long.   Wink

I'm constantly monitoring the price of BTC, but we struggle to stay at $4,000 level.

Any chance for the 2nd pump?

What price will we land next?

Either 3.7 or 4.2 probably. Sideways in the meantime.

Since bitserve answered more quickly, I will say:  "Ditto" to you, bitserve.

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February 22, 2019, 05:52:10 AM

I'm constantly monitoring the price of BTC, but we struggle to stay at $4,000 level.

Any chance for the 2nd pump?

What price will we land next?


Yes.   I will specifically assert that currently there is a chance that the BTC price will pump above $4k in the coming days.   Wink

Cmon JJG we need a percentage chance to 3 decimal places  Grin
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