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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
October - 6 (22.2%)
November - 5 (18.5%)
December - 7 (25.9%)
2022 - 5 (18.5%)
After 2022 - 4 (14.8%)
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February 25, 2019, 06:23:40 PM

Bitcoin protects against bankruptcy, mainly when your entire nation goes bankrupt.

Getting in to bitcoin isn't the problem.
Getting out of your bank account is.

People in countries suffering from hyperinflation have learned this the hard way:

Zimbabwe
Venezuela
Turkey
Iran

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1100065680454533120?s=21

You missed out Cyprus. People lost fortunes when its banks went bankrupt.



The most of circulating assets on our business Current Account are blocked.
Over 700k of expropriated money will be used to repay country's debt. Probably we will get back about 20% of this amount in 6-7 years.

I'm not Russian oligarch, but just European medium size IT business. Thousands of other companies around Cyprus have the same situation.

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The original poster missed Cyprus Roll Eyes but thx for adding it Wink
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February 25, 2019, 06:24:50 PM

Redundant 🙂
Read before write 😚

Redundant? Why? Venezuela is still facing the crisis - and worse than ever!

Get Inspired


Oops, sorry!
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February 25, 2019, 06:28:24 PM

I'm still thinking it'll take another day to Bart.
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Oops, sorry!
Easy. Not a big deal brother
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February 25, 2019, 06:36:25 PM


Oops, sorry!
Easy. Not a big deal brother
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg49914640#msg49914640
couldn't matter less
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February 25, 2019, 06:47:26 PM

The world is very small
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February 25, 2019, 06:58:39 PM
Last edit: February 25, 2019, 07:08:47 PM by bitcoinPsycho

As the new head of Bitcoin marketing, I invested in a stamp. And a whole bunch of $2 bills...






Is it available on Zazzle?
Yes yes just got mine £20 with shipping. I will be stamping all over her majesty's face
My one will stamp yellow

Apologies to gentlemand
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February 25, 2019, 07:28:44 PM

As the new head of Bitcoin marketing, I invested in a stamp. And a whole bunch of $2 bills...






I liked the idea but I didn't like the craftmanship on that seal.

I think this one looks better than yours:


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February 25, 2019, 07:29:48 PM

The artificial dump was fun, the organic rise that is coming next will be glorious.  Cheesy

This is Bitcoin. This is a our new Bull Market. Embrace the action. Boredom will never be our fate.

When the dump happened I wondered if we would see a huge BSV rise soon after... I kind of wish I had posted when I thought it so I'd look extra geniusy. Wink 

But I am wondering if the big seller(s) might not be a BSV insider?

yes you were right..BSV rebounds violently...
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February 25, 2019, 07:33:16 PM

As the new head of Bitcoin marketing, I invested in a stamp. And a whole bunch of $2 bills...






I liked the idea but I didn't like the craftmanship on that seal.

I think this one looks better than yours:




But that's completely wrong, you are changing the Bitcoin logo there.
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February 25, 2019, 07:35:56 PM

As the new head of Bitcoin marketing, I invested in a stamp. And a whole bunch of $2 bills...






I liked the idea but I didn't like the craftmanship on that seal.

I think this one looks better than yours:




But that's completely wrong, you are changing the Bitcoin logo there.

Maybe I do, but it still looks better. The space between the "b" and "i" makes me mad. I hate asymmetry. Every should be balanced.
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February 25, 2019, 07:36:05 PM

The artificial dump was fun, the organic rise that is coming next will be glorious.  Cheesy

This is Bitcoin. This is a our new Bull Market. Embrace the action. Boredom will never be our fate.

When the dump happened I wondered if we would see a huge BSV rise soon after... I kind of wish I had posted when I thought it so I'd look extra geniusy. Wink 

But I am wondering if the big seller(s) might not be a BSV insider?

yes you were right..BSV rebounds violently...

This has been a recurring pattern, and at times it has also coincided with an interesting bump in the privacy coin sector.  But I think we saw this with the first BTC/BCH fork, and I think we are seeing it now.  Not sure if this is Calvin Ayre, CSW, or someone like Daniel (hyperbitcoinization) whassisname who probably sits on a big stack of BTC.  I doubt our own resident BSV lover has quite *that* many bitcoin to cause this sort of drop.  Not to mention the fact he *has* to be waking up to the reality that BSV is being run by the circus.
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February 25, 2019, 07:42:31 PM
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The artificial dump was fun, the organic rise that is coming next will be glorious.  Cheesy

This is Bitcoin. This is a our new Bull Market. Embrace the action. Boredom will never be our fate.

When the dump happened I wondered if we would see a huge BSV rise soon after... I kind of wish I had posted when I thought it so I'd look extra geniusy. Wink 

But I am wondering if the big seller(s) might not be a BSV insider?

yes you were right..BSV rebounds violently...

 Wow.  It's like I can't get away from faketoshi anywhere... someone even writes his initials on my morning coffee every day!


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February 25, 2019, 07:44:43 PM

lol at the coindesk fully fledged xrp/coinbase article just 1 minute after the ann.
fuck off Barry, fuck off Brian you silly little turds
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The artificial dump was fun, the organic rise that is coming next will be glorious.  Cheesy

This is Bitcoin. This is a our new Bull Market. Embrace the action. Boredom will never be our fate.

When the dump happened I wondered if we would see a huge BSV rise soon after... I kind of wish I had posted when I thought it so I'd look extra geniusy. Wink 

But I am wondering if the big seller(s) might not be a BSV insider?

yes you were right..BSV rebounds violently...

 Wow.  It's like I can't get away from faketoshi anywhere... someone even writes his initials on my morning coffee every day!




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Just as i keep running into “HODL” reminders Cheesy
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lol at the coindesk fully fledged xrp/coinbase article just 1 minute after the ann.
fuck off Barry, fuck off Brian you silly little turds

What is this XRP i’m suddenly Reading much about?
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The artificial dump was fun, the organic rise that is coming next will be glorious.  Cheesy

This is Bitcoin. This is a our new Bull Market. Embrace the action. Boredom will never be our fate.

When the dump happened I wondered if we would see a huge BSV rise soon after... I kind of wish I had posted when I thought it so I'd look extra geniusy. Wink 

But I am wondering if the big seller(s) might not be a BSV insider?

yes you were right..BSV rebounds violently...

 Wow.  It's like I can't get away from faketoshi anywhere... someone even writes his initials on my morning coffee every day!




OK... Let's see... That stands, for:

Cream
Sugar ... and...
Who the hell actually believes that doofus is Satoshi?
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lol at the coindesk fully fledged xrp/coinbase article just 1 minute after the ann.
fuck off Barry, fuck off Brian you silly little turds

What is this XRP i’m suddenly Reading much about?

A centralized database which calls itself a blockchain. You can call it just "shitcoin".
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February 25, 2019, 07:59:37 PM

lol at the coindesk fully fledged xrp/coinbase article just 1 minute after the ann.
fuck off Barry, fuck off Brian you silly little turds

What is this XRP i’m suddenly Reading much about?

Ripple, I’ve still got a stash of them added to my Grin which are the only shitcoin’s I have.
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February 25, 2019, 08:05:46 PM

When the dump happened I wondered if we would see a huge BSV rise soon after... I kind of wish I had posted when I thought it so I'd look extra geniusy. Wink  

But I am wondering if the big seller(s) might not be a BSV insider?

yes you were right..BSV rebounds violently...

This has been a recurring pattern, and at times it has also coincided with an interesting bump in the privacy coin sector.  But I think we saw this with the first BTC/BCH fork, and I think we are seeing it now.  Not sure if this is Calvin Ayre, CSW, or someone like Daniel (hyperbitcoinization) whassisname who probably sits on a big stack of BTC.  I doubt our own resident BSV lover has quite *that* many bitcoin to cause this sort of drop.  Not to mention the fact he *has* to be waking up to the reality that BSV is being run by the circus.

Krawisz?

You're kidding, right? While all the Core Cognoscenti are narrow-mindedly focused upon how else they can belittle CSW, the real work is being done by the scores of BSV devs.

Oglegasm at the public shaming sideshow. Ignore the progress -- accomplishments overlooked by the cryptoverse -- to your own peril. Until one day you wake to a new world with BTC again suiciding itself by strangulation, and BSV taking up the vast demand for an uncensorable, permissionless, decentralized, and boundless incorruptible worldwide ledger.

And no, I don't have enough BTC to move markets. But other thoughtful people do.
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