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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.5%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.2%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.2%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 8 (12.1%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.6%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.2%)
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Good morn Bitcoinland.
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On haiku Sunday.
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That's $5325CAD (Bitcoinaverage of course).


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Good morning Jimmy.
You ever find your luggage?
Have a nice day bud.
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Our family doctor is a muslim. I've been going to him since I was a kid. He hasn't tried to kill me yet.
Which doesn't change that muslim terrorists are a result of their religion and that so-called "peaceful" or "moderate" muslims side with them over us when they are forced to make the choice.

Perhaps.
I have trouble declaring an entire group as an enemy when only some of them are clearly at war.

Kind of like the jews. We all know jews have started or are deeply involved with almost every evil institution to come out of the west in the last 500 years, etc. However, most of them are just living their lives like the rest of us.  

OTOH, I'm reminded sometimes of the "Rwandan Genocide". Hutus and Tutsis lived next door to each other. They had each other over for dinner, watched each other's kids, etc. But when ethnic tensions boiled over, they were hacking each other's families up with machetes.
"Some of them" are a product of "all of them" and have the support of the majority, silent or otherwise.

We simply can not coexist with them within the same culture. They don't want to, even if we did. Which we don't, not when they become numerous enough to enforce their will as per the above link.

Whether you are correct or not (actually I am giving you too much benefit of the doubt with your hate filled phoney baloney), why the fuck don't you get back to talking about bitcoin or at least attempting to make some points in this thread that relate to bitcoin.  Did you know what thread you are in?    So, anyhow, based on your 20 pages non-topical focus and your pissing off of a lot of active on-topic participants in this thread, including distracting from the topic, I think that it would be good if infofront would delete your last 20 pages of myopic baby-penis non-acceptance focused hatred posts... just to teach you a lesson that a little off-topicness might be o.k. and tolerable, but you are on an emotional based obsession, which likely alienates a decent number of people who are involved in bitcoin.. believe it or not there are some muslims of various levels of belief and practices and some are involved in bitcoin... jewish peeps, too..

Not to mention the tons of Atheists and Agnostics (myself included) that don't need to hear small minded morons spouting hate for an entire race/culture, creed/religion or political belief because they have no ability to see through anything but their own eyes.
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March 17, 2019, 04:39:45 PM
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Good morning Jimmy.
You ever find your luggage?
Have a nice day bud.

No I haven't yet.
They want five days to find it.
That pisses me off.
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March 17, 2019, 04:40:40 PM
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My view is that DNA tests are too dangerous and that there are too many factors to control.  Therefore you should never do them.*

I sense a market opportunity for a middleman.

You pay middleman (via Bitcoin, ofc).
You create keypair.
You send bio sample to middleman, along with public key.
Middleman sends your sample to testing facility with no identifying info.
Testing facility sequences your DNA, sends data to middleman.
Middleman encrypts your test result data, makes it publicly available.
You watch for data (rest results) associated with public key, retrieve data, decrypt, use as you see fit.

Results private, as they not traceable to you.
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March 17, 2019, 04:42:15 PM

closing weekly above 4k? that's the question.

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March 17, 2019, 04:47:07 PM

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$BTC 2022 end goal 🤪
keep it simple

https://twitter.com/cryptopicasso/status/1106953540872884224?s=21

I could live with that, i think all us WO’s could, even roach

The he can cruise us around from island to island and skratch Some satoshi’s of our back’s
Wait for it roach and life as CORN Will be added to you once again Smiley

I’m going to have a Lambo for each day of the week if we see that price Smiley


Price will not settle at half million. Yes in 2022 can reach that high but then will drop just like always did. Bottom should be around $50k. This is much safer number to picture yourself in 2023.
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March 17, 2019, 04:49:08 PM
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Good morning Jimmy.
You ever find your luggage?
Have a nice day bud.

No I haven't yet.
They want five days to find it.
That pisses me off.

Dont worry too much.
I am sure they will find it.
More drinking, less stress.
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Good morning Jimmy.
You ever find your luggage?
Have a nice day bud.

No I haven't yet.
They want five days to find it.
That pisses me off.

ohh, sorry to hear that!  Sad
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March 17, 2019, 04:50:24 PM

For those that say that an electric car can't run the N Ring, that's no longer correct.  The NIO EP9 has run the ring in 6:45.  https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nio/ep9/97707/nextevs-nio-ep9-all-electric-hypercar-smashes-nurburgring-record-pictures-and-video

That's 2 seconds faster than the 911 GT2 RS

Its all about the V8 sound brother Smiley (for me though)


Understood.  I have friends who feel the same way Smiley

Easily solved with a capable car stereo and suitable synthesis for engine sounds.

I mean, if that's the hill you want to die upon.
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March 17, 2019, 04:55:57 PM

Our family doctor is a muslim. I've been going to him since I was a kid. He hasn't tried to kill me yet.
Which doesn't change that muslim terrorists are a result of their religion and that so-called "peaceful" or "moderate" muslims side with them over us when they are forced to make the choice.

Perhaps.
I have trouble declaring an entire group as an enemy when only some of them are clearly at war.

Kind of like the jews. We all know jews have started or are deeply involved with almost every evil institution to come out of the west in the last 500 years, etc. However, most of them are just living their lives like the rest of us.  

OTOH, I'm reminded sometimes of the "Rwandan Genocide". Hutus and Tutsis lived next door to each other. They had each other over for dinner, watched each other's kids, etc. But when ethnic tensions boiled over, they were hacking each other's families up with machetes.
"Some of them" are a product of "all of them" and have the support of the majority, silent or otherwise.

We simply can not coexist with them within the same culture. They don't want to, even if we did. Which we don't, not when they become numerous enough to enforce their will as per the above link.

Whether you are correct or not (actually I am giving you too much benefit of the doubt with your hate filled phoney baloney), why the fuck don't you get back to talking about bitcoin or at least attempting to make some points in this thread that relate to bitcoin.  Did you know what thread you are in?    So, anyhow, based on your 20 pages non-topical focus and your pissing off of a lot of active on-topic participants in this thread, including distracting from the topic, I think that it would be good if infofront would delete your last 20 pages of myopic baby-penis non-acceptance focused hatred posts... just to teach you a lesson that a little off-topicness might be o.k. and tolerable, but you are on an emotional based obsession, which likely alienates a decent number of people who are involved in bitcoin.. believe it or not there are some muslims of various levels of belief and practices and some are involved in bitcoin... jewish peeps, too..

At least Adam used to delete Roach when he got too out of hand, for some reason infofront is providing a platform for them

The platform is people that quote it, the ignore works just fine.
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My view is that DNA tests are too dangerous and that there are too many factors to control.  Therefore you should never do them.*

I sense a market opportunity for a middleman.

You pay middleman (via Bitcoin, ofc).
You create keypair.
You send bio sample to middleman, along with public key.
Middleman sends your sample to testing facility with no identifying info.
Testing facility sequences your DNA, sends data to middleman.
Middleman encrypts your test result data, makes it publicly available.
You watch for data (rest results) associated with public key, retrieve data, decrypt, use as you see fit.

Results private, as they not traceable to you.


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perfect

great idea jbreher!
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March 17, 2019, 05:03:37 PM

we are a bunch of psychos!  Grin Grin

for real. everone is posting the shit he is interested in almost without responding to the shit the other psychos had posted.
But look at the quality of this shit! The WO is like a big anthill in which each of the gang members drags that food (interesting information) that they found.

+1 WO sMerit

good other point of view! I'm truly open for other opinions because I decline to be called as a psycho. (I called myself, I know) Grin

You must be new here, or you are wishing for moar attention to your posts?

Seems to me that you are reading way too much into the situation, in your assertion that the posts of this thread are one BIG amalgamation of non-connected self-absorption.

So fucking what, if sometimes no one reads your post or does not respond (or feel like responding) to your post.  Such behavior might be intentional, accidental or random and in the end who should give a ratt's ass?  but apparently, you do?

Sometimes, guys and gal here respond to point(s) of others and sometimes guys and gal here post their own shit, which may or may not receive a response from other guys and gal.  That's how these kinds of things work.  Should not even be a surprise.
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Its purrfect you see?
Regardless I still like you.
I cant help myself.
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I think we have already talked about it or I read it in news. I can't recall properly.

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Gold has roughly $7 trillion outstanding. If Bitcoin were to replace gold and its market cap soared to $7 trillion, each Bitcoin would be worth around $333,333.

After all 21 million BTC have been mined, Blumer says Bitcoin’s transaction fees will increase but additional scaling solutions, like the Lightning Network, will create cheaper options for transacting Bitcoin.
- EOS Founder
https://dailyhodl.com/2019/03/17/eos-founders-massive-bitcoin-prediction-plus-ripple-and-xrp-ethereum-tron-litecoin-stellar-cardano/

For a much earlier look at the same problem:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=152944.msg1623145#msg1623145

Sure, numbers have changed. But $7T in gold -- according to sources quoted in my post -- is significantly low. By about a factor of two.
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March 17, 2019, 05:22:34 PM

For those that say that an electric car can't run the N Ring, that's no longer correct.  The NIO EP9 has run the ring in 6:45.  https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nio/ep9/97707/nextevs-nio-ep9-all-electric-hypercar-smashes-nurburgring-record-pictures-and-video

That's 2 seconds faster than the 911 GT2 RS

Its all about the V8 sound brother Smiley (for me though)


Understood.  I have friends who feel the same way Smiley

Easily solved with a capable car stereo and suitable synthesis for engine sounds.

I mean, if that's the hill you want to die upon.



Drive a V8 = Big Green Dildo BTC

Sensation of pleasure in terms of bitcoinner.
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March 17, 2019, 05:28:32 PM

For those that say that an electric car can't run the N Ring, that's no longer correct.  The NIO EP9 has run the ring in 6:45.  https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nio/ep9/97707/nextevs-nio-ep9-all-electric-hypercar-smashes-nurburgring-record-pictures-and-video

That's 2 seconds faster than the 911 GT2 RS

Its all about the V8 sound brother Smiley (for me though)


Understood.  I have friends who feel the same way Smiley

Easily solved with a capable car stereo and suitable synthesis for engine sounds.

I mean, if that's the hill you want to die upon.

Don't mind if it has a warp noise as long as it incites permagrin

My twin turbo v6 was very wooshy  Smiley

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$BTC 2022 end goal 🤪
keep it simple

https://twitter.com/cryptopicasso/status/1106953540872884224?s=21

I could live with that, i think all us WO’s could, even roach

The he can cruise us around from island to island and skratch Some satoshi’s of our back’s
Wait for it roach and life as CORN Will be added to you once again Smiley

I’m going to have a Lambo for each day of the week if we see that price Smiley


Price will not settle at half million. Yes in 2022 can reach that high but then will drop just like always did. Bottom should be around $50k. This is much safer number to picture yourself in 2023.

Febo:  You seem to be implying more than what the chart says.  Surely, the chart only addresses the upcoming UP cycle, without going into the down that a vast majority of peeps would assume, and your $50k or even perhaps lower correction could be fairly accurate for such a subsequent correction.

The problems that I see are actually cashing out reasonable amounts, while staying somewhat invested, and even shenanigans that also seem to coincide with any up cycle, which I am confident will become more and more with new entrants who are able to push the price to those kinds of levels.  Another problem is that the fractal representation of a chart might end up being quite wrong, too, and how much confidence are peeps going to have those kinds of projections, especially while in the middle of them?
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My view is that DNA tests are too dangerous and that there are too many factors to control.  Therefore you should never do them.*

I sense a market opportunity for a middleman.

You pay middleman (via Bitcoin, ofc).
You create keypair.
You send bio sample to middleman, along with public key.
Middleman sends your sample to testing facility with no identifying info.
Testing facility sequences your DNA, sends data to middleman.
Middleman encrypts your test result data, makes it publicly available.
You watch for data (rest results) associated with public key, retrieve data, decrypt, use as you see fit.

Results private, as they not traceable to you.




Funny that i thought about it yesterday as well.
However, there is weak link with your description that I outlined in bold.
When you send a sample, it HAS to be sent with identifying info (you register the sample collection kit on their website).
Whether or not a sample can be sent on the behalf of a person OR multiple samples could be sent from, say, LLC, I don't know yet (have to check the rules).

Ladies and Gentlemen, Year changed and Number changed, But the situation remains the same so.

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I like the text in the box design as much as the comment in the image. Enjoy the rain 🙂

I understand that it sounds ridiculous now, but IF he sold at $14, then he had a chance to rebuy at $2-3 later the same year.
He probably did not, hence I maintain that selling (with profit) during the dip is easy, it is buying again that is difficult.
I have several personal stories to tell another time. It is obvious to me that i cannot do it, so hodling is the way to go until I might need fiat (if ever).
 
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I think we have already talked about it or I read it in news. I can't recall properly.

Here
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Gold has roughly $7 trillion outstanding. If Bitcoin were to replace gold and its market cap soared to $7 trillion, each Bitcoin would be worth around $333,333.

After all 21 million BTC have been mined, Blumer says Bitcoin’s transaction fees will increase but additional scaling solutions, like the Lightning Network, will create cheaper options for transacting Bitcoin.
- EOS Founder
https://dailyhodl.com/2019/03/17/eos-founders-massive-bitcoin-prediction-plus-ripple-and-xrp-ethereum-tron-litecoin-stellar-cardano/

Laughable scammer spam - it is the EOS guy after all.  Shitcoins have built-in middlemen and do not remove counterparty risk.  Any non-fungible instrument is also a permissioned ledger by default.  Even Infofront in this thread has had coins BLOCKED by Coinbase.  He's not a crackdealer or anything (that I know of).  Shitcoins are strictly pump and dump scams and nothing more.  

Anyone that believed the market cap of both metals and digital shitcoins had topped out, they would always choose metals over shitcoins if forced to pick one to store value in simply because it requires a black hole hitting the earth to destroy metals while shitcoins can die from a million different black swans.  This is why metals will ALWAYS be the base of Exter's Pyramid and it's completely impossible for imaginary, valueless tokens to defeat them.
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