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March 13, 2019, 09:17:52 PM

House in Australia-being auctioned in crypto:
https://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-nsw-casuarina-129081390

Not sure if any dolphins would qualify, but whales would do, probably  Grin


That's some quality real estate porn.









Real Estate porn best porn.

And best Porn is in LA.

The shit they sell in LA on Zillow is unbelievable. This pretty thing is only $88 Million btw. Not much for a long term hodler.

Bob or Elwar can afford it easily probably.  Wink
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March 13, 2019, 09:18:56 PM

If you are looking for a particularly deep rabbit hole with a technical bent, may I commend to you this thread on the Professional Pilots Rumour Network (PPRUNE) regarding the crash of the Ethiopian 737 Max and subsequent political and commercial fall out.  A blow by blow account with many informed observers (and a few ill-informed just to spice things up).

https://www.pprune.org/rumours-news/619272-ethiopian-airliner-down-africa.html
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March 13, 2019, 09:21:50 PM
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So you would describe the possibility as somewhere between 15% and 3% of a pull back from the breaching the next ATH? or between 30% and 15%?  or between 30% and 3%? You might be able to deduce why I am asking for something more specific. The ranges you postulate are fairly broad imho and I would really like to put you more on the spot with posting such a prediction.   Smiley

So, yes.  The thing about predicting the future, is that it is difficult, and even that I am not so sure about all the factors in such medium term price waves, including how powerful any bear entity(ies) might be in order to go against BTC market price momentum, which all of us seem to be acknowledging to be a very powerful kind of force that can become quite difficult to control or to reverse once it gains momentum in a certain direction.

I am not sure from where you got 3% out of my previous post, but I think that what I said is that most reasonable and likely paths would be that a meaningful and successful pull back after getting close to previous ATH without breaching such ATH would be less than 15%, but there could be scenarios in the "possible" (rather than "probable" - as you had framed the matter) realm that could bring such a BTC price pullback into the up to 30% arena. 

The main reason that I am allowing some deviation of my more prudent "less than 15%" estimation to devolve into a more sloppy, less than 30% prediction is because of a category of known unknowns that comprise of very rich governments and banking institutions (including those playing around with BTC futures, and BTC shorting instruments) that allow for both a printing of nearly as much fiat money as they want and also some abilities to engage in short term (and maybe even possible longer term) misleading and camouflaging about whether they actually have the bitcoins that they are shorting (through fractional reserves and re-hypothecation) that may or may not be less successful than it had been in other paper asset markets (such as with gold, where surely gold is much more difficult to demand delivery or auditing, as compared with BTC). 

So, I do not claim to be any kind of genius, but I trying to grant a certain amount of benefit of the doubt to some kind of possibility that sophisticated financial players might be ready, willing and able to effectively engage in both extreme measured dirty playing, shenanigans and/or that they might be ready, willing and able to engage in a decent amount of short-term losses in order to stave off some of the seemingly inevitableness of upwards BTC price appreciation in the coming years and maybe even stall a bit longer the next bull run for an additional several years. 

Yes, I may be giving such financial and government too much credit in both their ability to accomplish such BTC manipulation or their willingness to accomplish such BTC manipulations, but I like to be somewhat mentally and financially prepared for worser case scenarios... and not take BTC price appreciation nor past patterns of BTC price performance for granted.
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March 13, 2019, 09:24:34 PM

Does the intercept of the exponent and logarithmic regression curves represents the likely future peak (at around 80K)?

That is how I am interpreting the data though I would like to note that I tend to be very conservative in most of my projections. I am a firm believer in the hope for the best, prepare for the worst mentality.


You seem way more bullish than bitserve, and perhaps a few other capitulated negative Nancies.   Wink Wink
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I'll take the one in the pink.  Cool
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March 13, 2019, 09:47:10 PM

More champagne, Mr JuanGee?  Perhaps I should fetch the Bently for this evening?

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March 13, 2019, 10:01:06 PM

I didn't even know Calvin Ayre before viewing his photo with the underage girls... What a sick f*ck!

I quickly browsed through his Twitter account. There are literally dozens of similar photos of him with little girls, mostly of Asian and African origin. In some of these photos you can also see Craig Wright, Roger Ver and other members of the BCash / BCH and BSV teams. Wright & Ver are also featured in several other posts.

Calvin Ayre is clearly associated with, and heavily promotes BSV/BCH.

It just goes to show what sick minds are behind those shitcoins...

You mean like pizzagate Brock Pierce in bitcoin whose hobby before craptocurrency was him and his roommate getting arrested for Podesta Molesta parties?  Every single one of these digital shitcoins is filled to the brim with nothing but retard scammers, fly by night grifters, weirdos, and Jewish merchants.
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March 13, 2019, 10:01:15 PM

Good afternoon Bitcoinland.

Sitting in a bar at YYZ killing time. They'd overbooked my flight almost 2 hours ago, so I'm waiting for a flight to Mex City in about 3 hours.
 
Tomorrow AM (way too early... farmers' hours... 7:30 AM) I fly down to Cancun a day late. Geeze, I thought my trip north would be a few days. Now it's turned into over a week.

At least they're compensating me with a $20 dinner voucher and a check for $1000. Not bad for a $289 ticket. More than pays for my trip up and back including taxis etc.

Sometimes things can be a pain but basically life is good.
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Meanwhile Bitcoin is still going sideways... currently $3872USD/ $5150CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

For all you superstitious folks who think I can magically control Bitcoin prices by going south and north, the price is about the same as it was a week ago when I flew up. Go figure.
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Come on Liverpool. Just a win please.


Fellas, Liverpool won!
They destroyed Bayern!
Time for me to take a nap 🙂
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March 13, 2019, 10:04:48 PM

Does the intercept of the exponent and logarithmic regression curves represents the likely future peak (at around 80K)?

That is how I am interpreting the data though I would like to note that I tend to be very conservative in most of my projections. I am a firm believer in the hope for the best, prepare for the worst mentality.


You seem way more bullish than bitserve, and perhaps a few other capitulated negative Nancies.   Wink Wink

STFU JJG. This "nancy" know what he's doing... or not... Time will tell Smiley
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I'll take the one in the pink.  Cool
WTF is going on here LoL
Give me the red one, I am going to bed 😛
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March 13, 2019, 10:16:07 PM

More champagne, Mr JuanGee?  Perhaps I should fetch the Bently for this evening?



Huh?  What you talkin bout willis?
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anybody that requotes that pedo shit yet again it's an insta-ignore

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Does the intercept of the exponent and logarithmic regression curves represents the likely future peak (at around 80K)?

That is how I am interpreting the data though I would like to note that I tend to be very conservative in most of my projections. I am a firm believer in the hope for the best, prepare for the worst mentality.


You seem way more bullish than bitserve, and perhaps a few other capitulated negative Nancies.   Wink Wink

STFU JJG. This "nancy" know what he's doing... or not... Time will tell Smiley

Ah ha!!!!! u admit that u name b Nancy.  That is all the proof I need. 

Thank you very much for your confirmation and cooperation.   Wink
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Does the intercept of the exponent and logarithmic regression curves represents the likely future peak (at around 80K)?

That is how I am interpreting the data though I would like to note that I tend to be very conservative in most of my projections. I am a firm believer in the hope for the best, prepare for the worst mentality.


You seem way more bullish than bitserve, and perhaps a few other capitulated negative Nancies.   Wink Wink

STFU JJG. This "nancy" know what he's doing... or not... Time will tell Smiley

Ah ha!!!!! u admit that u name b Nancy.  That is all the proof I need. 

Thank you very much for your confirmation and cooperation.   Wink


Yeah, yeah, whatever. When you are done with words... learn something about punctuation marks (Hint: double quotation marks) and its meaning.
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Does the intercept of the exponent and logarithmic regression curves represents the likely future peak (at around 80K)?

That is how I am interpreting the data though I would like to note that I tend to be very conservative in most of my projections. I am a firm believer in the hope for the best, prepare for the worst mentality.


You seem way more bullish than bitserve, and perhaps a few other capitulated negative Nancies.   Wink Wink

STFU JJG. This "nancy" know what he's doing... or not... Time will tell Smiley

Ah ha!!!!! u admit that u name b Nancy.  That is all the proof I need. 

Thank you very much for your confirmation and cooperation.   Wink


Yeah, yeah, whatever. When you are done with words... learn something about punctuation marks (Hint: double quotation marks) and its meaning.

Look who got up on the wrong side of the bed today?  with all the technicalities?

"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but 'blah blah blah'  "..... (notice:  I can do it too.  A quote within a quote)    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 13, 2019, 11:03:35 PM

Good afternoon Bitcoinland.

Sitting in a bar at YYZ killing time. They'd overbooked my flight almost 2 hours ago, so I'm waiting for a flight to Mex City in about 3 hours.
 
Tomorrow AM (way too early... farmers' hours... 7:30 AM) I fly down to Cancun a day late. Geeze, I thought my trip north would be a few days. Now it's turned into over a week.

At least they're compensating me with a $20 dinner voucher and a check for $1000. Not bad for a $289 ticket. More than pays for my trip up and back including taxis etc.

Sometimes things can be a pain but basically life is good.
___

Meanwhile Bitcoin is still going sideways... currently $3872USD/ $5150CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

For all you superstitious folks who think I can magically control Bitcoin prices by going south and north, the price is about the same as it was a week ago when I flew up. Go figure.

Ok..and I hate to break it to you but according to my calculations there is a .000097% chance that your random trips down South might effect the price of corn. Since the first team that was sent failed to detain you...perhaps more drastic measures need to be considered.





#panicmode  #theanxietyisallinmyhead  #strongpaws
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March 13, 2019, 11:17:11 PM

We should open a community short @ $3855
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You do know it's about to go ripping up?
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