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March 25, 2019, 05:23:39 PM
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1250 coin market sell finex down to 3962 now bouncing back
lot of stops must've been hit
stamp not too bothered yet

cashing out 5million smh pathetic
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March 25, 2019, 05:36:34 PM

Not a wise move from leprecon


Great idea.  Convert that gold from the pot into bitcoin.. 1) much easier to store, 2) much easier to transport, 3) much more secure, 4) much more divisible, 5) much easier to perform transactions, 6) frees up the pot for other uses, and maybe hang on to a small jar of the gold, just for shits and giggles.
The securing is yes/no, in a fire gold is better but I guess you can have a crypto steel

I guess I was throwing in security in one fell swoop without really explaining.  I don't claim to be any kind of expert either, but just saying from my sort-of layman's perspective.

Surely, there can be a learning curve to BTC's security, and surely, if you have small amounts of gold, then you would likely be able to secure them easily and inexpensively.

Nonetheless, I do believe that if you attempt to maximize best security practices for both BTC and gold on system wide levels and also referring to large holdings and even ability to control the assets once you own them, including the venezuela's governments inability to get their gold from england and germany's inability to get their gold from the USA... and in the end you compare costs, ease of use, and end results, bitcoin is going to come out ahead...   

On the other hand, if we arrive at some kind of Armageddon scenario like Roach and some of the gold bugs want to imply as likely (which it is not), then perhaps in some kind of rare instances, like that (that imply widespread disappearance of the internet), gold might become more valuable in those kinds of scenarios... but do we stock up on gold for events that are hardly likely to occur?  I am not taking that path, but of course, some people plan their lives around Armageddon like scenarios, and there is a bit of a personal choice there.
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March 25, 2019, 05:36:46 PM

LocalBitcoins Announces Supervision by Financial Supervisory Authority of Finland

International peer-to-peer (P2P) crypto exchange LocalBitcoins will soon become supervised by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Finland, as the firm announced on its blog on March 25.

Helsinki-based LocalBitcoins wrote that the Finnish Parliament approved new legislation that will provide a legal status for cryptocurrency assets on March 13, 2019.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/localbitcoins-announces-supervision-by-financial-supervisory-authority-of-finland
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March 25, 2019, 05:44:59 PM

The royal "we"?  You are offering some kind of insight about relevance?  Besides demonstrating yourself as petty?

You are miserably failing the Turing test JJG.
How can you be so wrong?

You are failing the I am an adult test.  Maybe you should check with grandma, again, to see if she could bring you some cookies and milk - because you do seem to be devolving into greater immaturity than usual.. perhaps your sugar levels are low?  or maybe if she just checks to make sure that you took your Ritalin?  That might help?  A little adult supervision is not a bad thing, but maybe you just need to go to "time-out" for a bit?  - seems like one of those CHINS (Child in need of supervision) situations.
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March 25, 2019, 05:51:15 PM

Bored Monday musings..

Three rough probability distributions..lets call them A,B and C from top to bottom. Plot A is the Hayes line, it could be a inverted parabola but the shape would have to roughly hodl for us to reach $10k by years end. Plot B is a generic mirror of the previous cycle with a skew added for the upcoming halvening. The green line or plot C is a random walk using smoothed data of my own devising. If your feeling up to it I would like you to assign a percentage as to the likelihood of the price following each plot. I think I will add a forth category as well..lets call it plot D, so if you think it will be something else you can assign a percentage to other.

I will also add that while many might find these prognostications to be overly bearish I consider these to be worst case scenarios with the plot line indicating a conservative bottom trend.

Plot A   0.89%
       B   25.11%
       C   48.5%
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       D   25.5%
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March 25, 2019, 05:51:45 PM

Not a wise move from leprecon


Great idea.  Convert that gold from the pot into bitcoin.. 1) much easier to store, 2) much easier to transport, 3) much more secure, 4) much more divisible, 5) much easier to perform transactions, 6) frees up the pot for other uses, and maybe hang on to a small jar of the gold, just for shits and giggles.
The securing is yes/no, in a fire gold is better but I guess you can have a crypto steel

I cant agree with you Cheesy
How can someone burn that is not visible or as some say “not real”.

In bitcoin, he seems to be referring to burning access to the private keys... however, those are stored.  

Of course, the actual bitcoins would still be on the blockchain, but their private keys would be lost or inaccessible by the owner.

Hey TopTort777, you came into this thread with a good meme, but you don't really seem to know about bitcoin - so sucks to be you. Hopefully, you are getting paid well for your shilling/trolling, and hopefully, you are not so dumb, as roach seems to be, to actually fail/refuse to stock up on some bitcoin and get left behind when bitcoin likely largely outpaces gold (and other pms) in price performance in the coming 2-10 years... The choice is yours regarding how to proceed.... and whether your efforts are well spent in your current bitcoin bashing and PM pumping framework.
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March 25, 2019, 06:11:01 PM

You are failing the I am an adult test.  Maybe you should check with grandma, again, to see if she could bring you some cookies and milk - because you do seem to be devolving into greater immaturity than usual.. perhaps your sugar levels are low?  or maybe if she just checks to make sure that you took your Ritalin?  That might help?  A little adult supervision is not a bad thing, but maybe you just need to go to "time-out" for a bit?  - seems like one of those CHINS (Child in need of supervision) situations.

Wow, truly fucked up you are it is then.
Please, keep it civilized and not too cheesy.
If you don't mind I'll wait until Lambie Slayer logs in, so we can both have fun with you.
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March 25, 2019, 06:11:09 PM

BTC————————> shift gear—————> take another road————> perhaps a shortcut to 4K this time
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March 25, 2019, 06:14:08 PM

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-47692495 New brain cells made throughout life
sure?
https://www.bbc.com/news/business-47691478 BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf by mistake
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March 25, 2019, 06:16:26 PM

Bought £200 worth of corn today. Thanks to all the beta male, weak hands for the cheap coins - Suckers!

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Never mind, I'll start. Undecided

Hey JJG, on a scale from 1 to 100, how retarded would you say you are?
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March 25, 2019, 06:23:09 PM
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You are failing the I am an adult test.  Maybe you should check with grandma, again, to see if she could bring you some cookies and milk - because you do seem to be devolving into greater immaturity than usual.. perhaps your sugar levels are low?  or maybe if she just checks to make sure that you took your Ritalin?  That might help?  A little adult supervision is not a bad thing, but maybe you just need to go to "time-out" for a bit?  - seems like one of those CHINS (Child in need of supervision) situations.

Wow, truly fucked up you are it is then.
Please, keep it civilized and not too cheesy.
If you don't mind I'll wait until Lambie Slayer logs in, so we can both have fun with you.

Yeah... because you are a pussy, by yourself.    Poor lil thingilie,.. needs help to devolve into irrelevant topics that you deem as "fun."  Grow the fuck up.

  


I recognize and sympathize that you can't grow up on mere demand.  Hahahahaa.  Growing up takes time.. pobrecita.Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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https://www.bbc.com/news/business-47691478 BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf by mistake


Honest mistake.
Took a hard left instead of a hard right.

Like JJG. Although his, is just plain stupidity.
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March 25, 2019, 06:27:16 PM

Yeah... because you are a pussy, by yourself.    Poor lil thingilie,.. needs help to devolve into irrelevant topics that you deem as "fun."  Grow the fuck up.

http://www.quickmeme.com/img/ab/abeae91fe87bf4de8d009788122ff4b558d3459333602ddbe53e32bc26076619.jpg

I know that you can't grow up on demand.  Hahahahaa.  Growing up takes time.Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

A fucking crypto-gay ballerina bot, calling me pussy sounds so surreal. Shocked

Fuck off JJG. Go fuck a toy or something.
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March 25, 2019, 06:28:05 PM

https://www.forbes.com/sites/yayafanusie/2019/03/22/crypto-is-about-to-look-more-like-your-bank/#3c2a4e365630

Forbes article,read it if you got spare time.
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March 25, 2019, 06:33:00 PM

Yaya Fanusie, a former CIA analyst, is a senior fellow at the Center on Economic and Financial Power at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a nonpartisan national security think tank.
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March 25, 2019, 06:38:23 PM

I was so bored this weekend, I thought I should try a bit of trading. I had a couple of BTC as leftovers in Kraken, so I thought I'd give it a try with these. Sold high, bought low a few times. Ended up with a $250 gain in just a few days.

I know, it goes against the HoDLer spirit, but it's fun to increase your stash, even by such small amounts, by practically doing nothing but taking advantage of the volatility.

Back to HoDLing...
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March 25, 2019, 06:40:17 PM

The long March begins to end.

I think we will end up testing support levels at the 0.382 fib this week as the first quarter of the year ends. Buy the dips.
1h

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March 25, 2019, 06:44:55 PM

Bought £200 worth of corn today. Thanks to all the beta male, weak hands for the cheap coins - Suckers!

#alphahodlWOgang

I should not boast, but recently, I have re-established my BTC buy orders in fairly tight increments of around $100 increments starting at a bit more than $3,900 (has not been filled, yet - almost, but not quite) all the way down to $3,200 (whether we get there or not is another story)...  

I don't really care if those buy orders get filled.. they are just ready and waiting... just in case.  

For the time being, I am contented that I had been able to re-establish reasonable incremental BTC buy orders throughout the totality of the $3,xxx range - because, I had a bit of a dry spell in my BTC buying based on some cash flow issues that coincidentally started around November and going through February... ..... hahahahaha..   Those cashflow issues caused me to have to wait for sub $3,200 BTC prices before I authorized myself to buy any more BTC - and yep... times seem to be better since my cashflow issues seem to be kind of lessening (resolving), so one of the advantages of the BTC price consolidating for a decent period of time, is a likely regrouping that occurs.. which ultimately provides increasing and increasing buy support.. and larger and larger difficulties for bears to push the BTC price down.  

I am not going to wish them luck, because they still have a decent amount of momentum (and a decent amount of closeness to the most recent $3,122 bottom), those fucks.
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