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February 26, 2019, 01:28:34 AM

Yes, proof that too many pricks own too much bitcoin.

Some people do not want to buy bitcoin, because they do not want to contribute to bitcoin HODLers becoming more rich.

Does not seem like a good reason, not to buy.

Either buy now, or wait until later, which will likely result in your buying at a higher, rather than a lower price, and why consider the matter of the "character" of HODLers so personally, anyhow?
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Bitcoin is ingenious - warren buffet

Watch for yourself

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win

@APompliano

https://twitter.com/xtdisnkfe/status/1100037382429011969?s=21

Warren Buffet (or someone like him or who would be his descendant at the BH)

1. it is rat poison.

2. it is ingenious, but bitcoin is not needed, it is an illusion.

3. Meh

4. It's OK, but I am not interested as it has no staying/market power (that's what he said about MSFT, AAPL, AMZN investment in early 2000s).

5. "Let me get in right now at $500K/btc, here is a check for $50bil." Sells at 750K because of "some other opportunity", crashes the price to 550K.
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PSA: Bittrex scheduled maintenance.

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As a valued Bittrex customer, we wanted to let you know that on Wednesday, February 27, Bittrex will update its cutting-edge trading engine that powers both Bittrex and Bittrex International as well as its partner exchanges around the world. This update will provide customers an even faster, more scalable platform and pave the way for additional, exciting upgrades and features later this year. To implement this planned technology update, we’ll need to temporarily take markets offline and disable wallets.
 
We are making this upgrade to continuously meet the growing demand and interest from current and new digital asset customers around the world.
 
Below, you’ll find everything you need to know regarding changes to our platform during the update which starts at 21:00 UTC on February 27th.
 
What can Bittrex customers expect during the planned upgrade?
 
Bittrex.com and International.Bittrex.com will remain online, customers will continue to be able to login and check their balances and customer assets will remain secure throughout the upgrade.
Wallets will be unavailable for up to 24 hours beginning at 21:00 UTC on Wednesday February 27th; deposits and withdrawals will be disabled until wallets are back online.
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There's more. That is the highlight. I assume more info on Trex' website.
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Bitcoin is ingenious - warren buffet

Watch for yourself

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win

@APompliano

https://twitter.com/xtdisnkfe/status/1100037382429011969?s=21

Warren Buffet (or someone like him or who would be his descendant at the BH)

1. it is rat poison.

2. it is ingenious, but bitcoin is not needed, it is an illusion.

3. Meh

4. It's OK, but I am not interested as it has no staying/market power (that's what he said about MSFT, AAPL, AMZN investment in early 2000s).

5. "Let me get in right now at $500K/btc, here is a check for $50bil." Sells at 750K because of "some other opportunity", crashes the price to 550K.
This is 100% how he operates but will he be around and cognitive at 500k?
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February 26, 2019, 01:54:15 AM

bitcoin is the ping pong ball..$4k is the net..and then you can see the rest of the problem yourself.  Good night.   Grin




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Here's a post for all the jackasses that think Martin Armstrong is not a scammer.  His last comment on gold before this one was when the price was like $1050 and he said gold will implode "below $800 or lower into the abyss".  So he basically told everyone to sell the bottom.  Now he comes out with a complete 180 saying the exact opposite.  The only two possibilities here are either he's a fucking idiot that doesn't know anything, or he was lying to people in order for him and whoever his associates are to buy as low as possible and he's now loaded up:

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-02-24/martin-armstrong-golds-rising-because-its-protects-us-against-government

The real price of gold - even within the government's rigged system of artificial suppression - should be something like $2500 based on over 95%+ correlation debt levels.  Add on the fact that there's an actual civil war going on amongst the (((deep state))) and others, and it should probably be double that.  Even the lowball estimate move to $2500ish gold would send silver to around a 30-40 GSR, or around $63-83.  Or are debt levels really double what they are and the govt covered it up under 'national security', meaning gold should already be $5000 just by debt level technicals alone?

https://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2017/msu-scholars-find-21-trillion-in-unauthorized-government-spending-defense-department-to-conduct/
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February 26, 2019, 02:31:09 AM

Get Inspired




https://www.btcwires.com/c-buzz/venezuelan-man-tells-the-world-how-bitcoin-saved-his-family/

"Venezuelan Man Tells the World How Bitcoin Saved his Family"

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“I don’t own bolívars, Venezuela’s official currency. I keep all of my money in bitcoin. Keeping it in bolívars would be financial suicide.”

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“In times of hyperinflation, everyone is constantly getting poorer, including a lawyer’s clients. My brother had to turn to cryptocurrencies to get paid since he couldn’t use PayPal due to exchange controls here allowing Venezuelan banks to use only local currency.”

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“You could say that cryptocurrencies have saved our family.”
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“I can’t change too many bitcoins at once, though. The government doesn’t monitor cryptocurrency transactions (yet), but it does monitor transactions in bolívars — and any worth about $50 or more will automatically freeze your account until you can explain to your bank where the funds come from.”

Venezuela is one of the cheapest places in the world (on record) to mine bitcoin because of the really cheap electricity prices. Anybody feel like going to live there for 12-18 months & setting uo a mining farm with me? Wink

I don't want to get killed.  Seems like a civil war is imminent.

In that regard, I would not want to be mistaken for a combatant, when my true intent would have been to make love (not war). 
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February 26, 2019, 02:40:42 AM

Just yesterday, I was celebrating my birthday and it seems that I was seeing a few people indicating that the signals were there for a turn around. Now today, most have backpedalled. How much longer are we going to have to endure this overwhelming feeling of

MEH ?


 Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry



Things had changed. Well they did not changed in last few days but in last 2 months. Before that the price mainly went down. Now in the last 2 months and in the upcoming months price will go up and down. This is a huge change.


Many of us could have made the same kinds of claims for several months prior to mid-November 2018.  Problem with that kind of a "bottom is in" like assertion is that the bottom seems to be "in" until it is not. 
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February 26, 2019, 02:47:58 AM

Just yesterday, I was celebrating my birthday and it seems that I was seeing a few people indicating that the signals were there for a turn around. Now today, most have backpedalled. How much longer are we going to have to endure this overwhelming feeling of

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 Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry



Things had changed. Well they did not changed in last few days but in last 2 months. Before that the price mainly went down. Now in the last 2 months and in the upcoming months price will go up and down. This is a huge change.

We saw similar in 2015 as we were exiting the Gox induced bear market, we had pumps & everybody was excited but then just as quickly as we’d pumped we had soul crushing dumps.

This is all part of the process as we transition from bear to bull market.

I’m a seasoned HODLER now, we should all just relax. We know which way the market is heading even if it takes a while to get there.

What is your definition of "seasoned HODLER", DeathAngel.

Your forum registration date is September 2015, which was largely the end of the earlier bear market (even though we did not know that September 2015 was the end of that particular bear market until well into 2016.

When did you start buying BTC?  What were you doing in 2014 and 2015?  For example, were you still accumulating BTC in 2016?

Is this 2018 "bear market" (so far) your first full bear market?  Actually I may be presuming a bit too much in my suggestions of "full" bear market (maybe like you might be, too) that this particular bear market has a decent chance of coming close to its end?
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Surely we can see with some degree of accurateness that this postulation bears a degree of accuracy while at the same time and notwithstanding however we can also posit that toxic's chart from a few pages back also exhibits the single whale theory with a surely more level of accuracy, where we witness the same amount of bitcoins being bought up at a low price thereinafter or later if you prefer that formulation being sold or perhaps indeed dumped at a higher or perhaps we could call it better price, notwithstanding the third theorisation that i personally have seen being bandied about these interwebs that it was all due to an ethereum whale buying up on bitmex setting huge walls and i personally suspect that this might have potential for being the most likely reason for the recent dumperunio because the volumes on mex for eth in the past week or perhaps we could more accurately term it 8 days haha show these large buys pumpening up the pricitudes and then dumping yesterday. so while we can say with a certain degree of accuritude that your assertional statement of out of our assitude has a reasonable ring to it we can also state that there are some figures and other datas on the interwebs which back up these rumorifications

A little out of line, it's not Thursday yet.

V8's keyboard seems to be spewing out gobble-dee-gook.  Even I agree.   Wink   Tongue

Surely we can see with some degree of accurateness word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup word soup and other datas on the interwebs which back up these rumorifications

JJ, did you stake a BTC address?

You mean me?  or jojo?  

I know that a joke would not be as good if it has to be explained, but isn't the suggestion that V8 is making fun of me by his long text, not that I took over V8's account or that he would be taking over mine?  I am losing the connection.   Cry
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hahaahahahaha.. .money making desperation....
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February 26, 2019, 03:17:19 AM

Venezuela is one of the cheapest places in the world (on record) to mine bitcoin because of the really cheap electricity prices. Anybody feel like going to live there for 12-18 months & setting uo a mining farm with me?

If I was younger and single I would bite your arm off.
Unfortunately I am neither and will have to make do with my tiny GPu rig costing more on electricity than I am making in coins here in the UK.

Maybe you should listen to this first. https://ledarsidorna.se/2019/02/our-woman-in-venezuela-annika-hernroth-rothstein-this-is-what-happened/
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February 26, 2019, 03:23:39 AM

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
Found it! But mine just cost £17.59 after discount, including shipping to Sweden.
I got the red one.
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Happy Bday broeder Wink
“Gelukkige verjaardag”

Blow out Some red candles and put in Some big and green ones
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Thanks Mic, I'll do my best.
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Happy Birthday Arriemoller.

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Venezuela is one of the cheapest places in the world (on record) to mine bitcoin because of the really cheap electricity prices. Anybody feel like going to live there for 12-18 months & setting uo a mining farm with me?

If I was younger and single I would bite your arm off.
Unfortunately I am neither and will have to make do with my tiny GPu rig costing more on electricity than I am making in coins here in the UK.

Maybe you should listen to this first. https://ledarsidorna.se/2019/02/our-woman-in-venezuela-annika-hernroth-rothstein-this-is-what-happened/

That chick has balls, hot too! I don't think she will go back there again.

https://youtu.be/zXoMIk_h0nU

That is not a country you want to goto now I'd say.
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Happy Birthday Arriemoller.



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I'm gonna get this outta the way right now as there is probably a B-Day everyday here.

Happy birthday everyone, everyday.

If there is a Huge Green Dildo on your birthday say so so I can find you a cake!
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I'm gonna get this outta the way right now as there is probably a B-Day everyday here.

Happy birthday everyone, everyday.

If there is a Huge Green Dildo on your birthday say so so I can find you a cake!

Thanks for the personally-directed cake offer...  feels pretty real to me, and I can kind of taste it, too, but I'm thinking "meh" about the condition precedent of sharing such random, irrelevant, attention-whoring and unimportant personal information, like a teenage girl (idea stolen from Ibian  Tongue).

Besos a todos los WOs.   Kiss Kiss
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Happy Birthday Arriemoller.



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