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February 25, 2019, 06:19:14 PM

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February 25, 2019, 06:19:28 PM



Buffet gonna love it say shit because he does not know how to use tech.
Why people are running after an old school dumb ass?
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February 25, 2019, 06:19:41 PM

But to be honest, we have had a great growth since the very next day after my "capitulation" post so I don't see any reason to uncapitulate yet. Plus we are not really out of the woods. Bear market is probably not dead yet no matter if we already saw the bottom or not (which I really don't know for sure).

I am starting to get the feeling that you, bitserve, are trolling us with your capitulation status, for effect.



My "capitulation" post was truly honest and a fair representation of what I was feeling at the time. Of course, even then, I was hoping to be wrong (in fact I state exactly that in the post). After that, we have had some "fresh air" in the form of a nice price growth but, even if sometimes my level of hope raises, I still fear the worst and know there's no reason to think we are out of the bear market. Yesterday events prove my fears are not unjustified.

Of course any of us who went through the bear market of 2014/15 and/or the downward price movements of 2018 feel a level of shell shock - but there is also some degree of normalcy in UP and DOWN price moves, including yesterday's.  In other words, we are not likely to go up until there is a considerable amount of back and forth in the price... And, I agree that we are no where close to being out of the bear market... give me supra $5k and I might begin to feel some confidence and give me supra $6k and my confidence goes even higher.

So no, I am not trolling, even if I am being INTENTIONALLY cautious in trying not to be carried out by the joy (FOMO?) when a pump comes. As I said, we are absolutely NOT out of the woods, so my "capitulation" status will remain until further notice.

Let's be clear (again) that I am HODLING. As always since when I started in 2013 (with small amounts back then, unfortunately).

No buying plans?  sub - $2,500 perhaps?

Currently, my buy orders are resuming in the sub $3,700 arena... after a bit of a hiatus due to personal cashflow issues... but feeling prepared for DOWN... even though UP is so much more preferable... but reality of several months seems reasonable.

By the way, there is so much feeling of DOWN out there that it could be the opposite and merely BIG players accumulating shitloads of the weak hands here... Any weak hands even left?  Perhaps the bearwhales have to dump another 20k coins in order to find out if there are any more weak hands remaining to purge?


Let's also make very clear that I have never been a bear market buyer, so DYOR/YMMV. Neither a FOMO'er (except when an ATH has JUST broken). I buy when I sense a bear market is over and stop doing it (with "fresh" deposits) when I think things are getting (way) out of hand. The rest of the time I just let it run as a happy hodler... besides some volatility scalping here and there.

So, hypothetically, if the bottom is already "in" at $3120-ish, then you may end up buying on the way up?  or maybe 6-9 months later if BTC prices are still in the sub $5k arena?

P.S.: I have updated my profile to make it more clear. I have finally found an use for that feature lol

Ok.. that notice should be helpful to figure out if or when you are out of capitulation status.
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February 25, 2019, 06:21:06 PM

Redundant 🙂
Read before write 😚

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

Get Inspired

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February 25, 2019, 06:21:47 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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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!

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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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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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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

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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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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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