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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (3.1%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.5%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.6%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (1.8%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.5%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 27 (16.6%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 24 (14.7%)
$10,500-10,999 - 12 (7.4%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 14 (8.6%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 15 (9.2%)
>$12,000 - 41 (25.2%)
>$20,000 - 13 (8%)
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The hive mind? That's really what their going with? Nice way to make it sound cultish.
LOL
Look at the domain name.

litecoinca DOT sh

The DOT in between "cash"

Is there a .cash TLD?

Edit:
Okay so there are .cash tld but seems like they could not able to manage it I think
https://www.name.com/domains/cash

Poor guys. Are they the same guys like those bKash? They will use the brand name of LTC.
I didn't catch the ca.sh goofeyness. It sounds more and more pathetic though.
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March 07, 2019, 08:10:35 PM

While your bees are alive and your wallet is online, your bees will attempt to produce a new hivemined block every time they observe a new incoming proof-of-work block; hivemined blocks must always follow proof-of-work blocks. This mining attempt takes only a fraction of a second even for large hives, and shouldn't cause any lag or lock-up of your computer. Energy usage is negligible.

What's this all about here?  Built upon ltc or a new altcoin

Litecoin Cash.  Horrific shitcoin.  Don't even. 

https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/litecoin-cash
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March 07, 2019, 08:14:05 PM

but bees. it's charming. there's a whole world of fun out there.
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March 07, 2019, 08:15:45 PM

but bees. it's charming. there's a whole world of fun out there.

Mate, r0ach has opened a thread about you in reputation - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5117829.0

I stuck up for you on there, bones has too. You might want to go & have a look.
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March 07, 2019, 08:16:34 PM

ok thx^

https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2019/03/french-government-set-to-ban-private-cryptos-like-monero-dash
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March 07, 2019, 08:24:28 PM

Bringing sexy back

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March 07, 2019, 08:25:42 PM

Bringing sexy back



When POMP Hairy?
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March 07, 2019, 08:26:03 PM

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Sir its an olive tree. I will consider you my Bull fren unless I read an insult from you in the future. Then and only then we shall fight.  Cheesy

Makes me want to insult you, just for spite.

I have zero issue with you not agreeing me and letting me know in a civil manner. Oh and I did answer your question in my last comment in an edit.

Like I already said, I am not going to spend any time reading through edits like the non-conventional and confusing way that you presented those earlier ones.  That's what trolls do.  They create make-shift work for honest and regular people, and in the process attempt to confuse matters when they are not engaging in distracting and gratuitous personal attacks.  

In other words, even though I am tentatively inclined to believe that you are a troll, I am willing to test drive this riding lawn mower tractor for a wee bit longer...  hopefully it won't beak down and just for shits and giggles.  

Your welcome to insult me out of spite whenever you like, but of course you know the consequences will be severe. I prefer being a friend to all Bitcoin Bulls. Everyone engages in trolling on the Internet, including you, this shouldn't be a revelation.

Its surprising you dont have time to read my posts. Im not naturally inclined to believe you, I didnt think time management was a strong suit of yours Wink But since we are Bull Marketfriends now I will take your word for it. Grin



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March 07, 2019, 08:29:27 PM

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Perhaps our Roach and his future lover Gembitz were slain as the bear market morphed into a new Baby Bull Market.  Wink

I am not going to go so far as to say that there is no such thing as a "baby bull market" but surely we are not in such a market yet.

The evidence seems pretty strong that we are currently in a bear market... however, subsequently, if the current bottom of $3,122 is not breached, and better yet $3,700 is NOT breached then there could be some later BTC price behavior that causes us to subsequently describe this period as the beginning of a bull market (aka baby bull)... but we are very far from such a defined state, and it remains about a 52% to 48% proposition that the bottom is NOT in.

The market has been bullish for 82 days since the low of 3122. For Bears to claim continuation of a bear market they will have to break this low. The burden of proof is on them. Its a Baby Bull Market until then. Bears never broke the Jan 15 low in 2015 and the rest of 2015 was a bull market. We are in the same pattern until proven otherwise.

Its a Bull Market ya know.

Seems to me Lambie Slayer is a nice person. Would like to meet him @ the 100k party next year.  Cool

Very much looking forward to meeting you sir. 100k will be a beautiful day Grin
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March 07, 2019, 08:38:35 PM

When POMP Hairy?

$6k by December 2019

$10k by mid 2020

New ATH at start 2021

Then POMP
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March 07, 2019, 08:53:30 PM

When POMP Hairy?

$6k by December 2019

$10k by mid 2020

New ATH at start 2021

Then POMP

I fully support the sexiness and correctness of this Bull Market timeline.
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March 07, 2019, 09:02:03 PM

Bitcoin: Crypto investors 'think they can get rich quick'

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-47483068

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Despite the hype, very few people actually put their money into this kind of unregulated investment, according to the Financial Conduct Authority's research. Its findings suggested:

>Only 3% of those asked in the FCA's survey had ever bought cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin
>Those who do buy cryptocurrency tend to spend less than £200
>Just one in 100 people who have not done so said they would in the future
>Cryptocurrency is primarily understood by men aged 20 to 44, but 73% of all those asked said they could not define it

I'm glad that... it's just the beginning! Wink

It is still early, we are still the early adopters. While they try to figure out what bitcoin is, we already made our stash. (or making, personally i'm still not done)

When they figure it out, they'll push the price to $100k and you know what??



 Grin

Ok, I lied, I'll sell some.
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March 07, 2019, 09:07:31 PM

When POMP Hairy?

$6k by December 2019

$10k by mid 2020

New ATH at start 2021

Then POMP

Inject that shit into my veins HM.
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March 07, 2019, 09:23:23 PM

Bitcoin: Crypto investors 'think they can get rich quick'

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-47483068

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Despite the hype, very few people actually put their money into this kind of unregulated investment, according to the Financial Conduct Authority's research. Its findings suggested:

>Only 3% of those asked in the FCA's survey had ever bought cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin
>Those who do buy cryptocurrency tend to spend less than £200
>Just one in 100 people who have not done so said they would in the future
>Cryptocurrency is primarily understood by men aged 20 to 44, but 73% of all those asked said they could not define it

I'm glad that... it's just the beginning! Wink

To get FIAT rich in a few years = getting rich quickly
To create a BTC stash now, thats worth a lot of Dirty/worthless FIAT in a few years = already being BTC rich right now
In a few years or in 10-20-.... years 1BTC = 1BTC
So create a Nice stash and allready be BTC rich   (Don’t let being rich only be determine by the FIAT value of a bitcoin, let it be determine by the amount of BTC that you own)
Good morning WO’s

DAMN F*** still 05.20h
Gotta sleep at least another 2-3Hours

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March 07, 2019, 09:24:07 PM

Highest level of stupidity



I don't think that it's so stupid - cash is always present inside!

Well, there can't be any coins but there must a bit of cash inside yes. But if I were to rob an ATM, I'd go with something more "popular".

Plus it seems like it was an inside job so I guess they knew what they were doing :

https://www.ccn.com/stolen-bitcoin-atm-owners-suspect-memphis-robbery-was-inside-job
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March 07, 2019, 09:36:59 PM

http://charts.woobull.com/bitcoin-valuations/



Bitcoin Valuations
MARKET CAP
The market price multiplied by the coin supply. (a.k.a Network Value)

REALISED CAP
The value of all coins in circulation at the price they last moved, in other words an approximation of the value paid for all coins in circulation. By Coinmetrics.

NVT CAPS
Values the network using the networks monetary velocity. In essence mapping NVT Ratio back to target Market Cap. NVT Caps make up a fishnet that tends to converge at accumulation bottoms. (By Willy Woo)

AVERAGE CAP
This is the "forever" moving average of Market Cap. The cumulative sum of daily Market Cap values divided by the age of the market in days.

DELTA CAP
The Realised Cap minus Average Cap. Useful for catching the market bottom, and also as a timing indicator for market tops and the start of the bull phase by tracking its oscillation between Realised Cap and Average Cap. (Experimentally proposed by David Puell)

TOP CAP
The average cap multiplied by 35. Historically has matched market tops. (Experimentally proposed by Willy Woo in collaboration with David Puell)

INFLOW CAP
The cumulative value of all coins at the price they were mined.

FEES CAP
The cumulative value of all the fees paid on the network.

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March 07, 2019, 10:18:26 PM


Does this crush them, or legitimize them?
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March 07, 2019, 10:22:29 PM

https://twitter.com/woonomic/status/1096764890721804288



PS:

2009: less than $0.01

Actually less than one tenth of a penny. The genesis block was 3rd Jan 2009, but BTC carried no market price until October of that year.
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March 07, 2019, 10:34:16 PM

Sorry it's a terrible headline and nobody's banning anything yet. But would certainly validate rather than crush.
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March 07, 2019, 10:35:12 PM

http://charts.woobull.com/bitcoin-valuations/



Bitcoin Valuations
MARKET CAP
The market price multiplied by the coin supply. (a.k.a Network Value)

REALISED CAP
The value of all coins in circulation at the price they last moved, in other words an approximation of the value paid for all coins in circulation. By Coinmetrics.

NVT CAPS
Values the network using the networks monetary velocity. In essence mapping NVT Ratio back to target Market Cap. NVT Caps make up a fishnet that tends to converge at accumulation bottoms. (By Willy Woo)

AVERAGE CAP
This is the "forever" moving average of Market Cap. The cumulative sum of daily Market Cap values divided by the age of the market in days.

DELTA CAP
The Realised Cap minus Average Cap. Useful for catching the market bottom, and also as a timing indicator for market tops and the start of the bull phase by tracking its oscillation between Realised Cap and Average Cap. (Experimentally proposed by David Puell)

TOP CAP
The average cap multiplied by 35. Historically has matched market tops. (Experimentally proposed by Willy Woo in collaboration with David Puell)

INFLOW CAP
The cumulative value of all coins at the price they were mined.

FEES CAP
The cumulative value of all the fees paid on the network.



Those indicators by Willy Woo (TW: @woonomic) are great.
Each one of them is not built on it’s TA fuckery: every indicator has a rationale behind, something of “fundamental” analysis, not all of them must be truly reliable, but they surely help getting the whole picture. THEN if you really love TA you can draw all the channels on those indicators, but primarily there is common sense.

I used and analised those in my post Bitcoin Bearish or Bullish? Here my thoughts: FEBRUARY UPDATE
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