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Question: 8/16 Closing Price (yeah, it's a Sunday):
0 - 2 (3.9%)
<$10,500 - 3 (5.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 1 (2%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 5 (9.8%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 11 (21.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 17 (33.3%)
>$12,500 - 10 (19.6%)
>$20,000 - 2 (3.9%)
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March 27, 2019, 12:15:02 PM

Things really are starting to look up. I'll be increasing my regular bitcoin purchases starting this week. I'm sure I am not alone as some confidence, albeit cautious, seems to be coming back to the marketplace and the comments.

go bitcoin go  Grin
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You have any thoughts regarding how alts are contributing to your attempts at fractal analysis?

Hi JJG.  In short, alts do not contribute in any way.  All alts, including ether, are captured by Bitcoin’s gravitational pull.  Most alts orbit around Bitcoin like asteroids.  As Bitcoin progresses across the heavens, sometimes the asteroids appear to precede her and sometimes the asteroids appear to lag behind, but that’s just an optical illusion.  Some asteroids fall towards the surface and burn up, others go spinning off into the void never to be seen again. Bitcoin gives no fucks and makes her own way in the stellar firmament.  

This is a splendid analogy tyvm
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March 27, 2019, 12:25:59 PM
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Why Apple Card Can't Compete With Bitcoin

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ktorpey/2019/03/27/why-apple-card-cant-compete-with-bitcoin

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https://www.bbc.com/news/business-47715415
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Speed limiting technology looks set to become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, after new rules were provisionally agreed by the EU.

The Department for Transport said the system would also apply in the UK, despite Brexit.

Campaigners welcomed the move, saying it would save thousands of lives.

Road safety charity Brake called it a "landmark day", but the AA said "a little speed" helped with overtaking or joining motorways. ...

The system can be overridden temporarily. If a car is overtaking a lorry on a motorway and enters a lower speed-limit area, the driver can push down hard on the accelerator to complete the manoeuvre.

An example of why Brexit is just a statist sideshow. Wresting back some state sovereignty from Europe does nothing for individual freedom.

Collectivism failed. Buy Bitcoin.

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March 27, 2019, 01:04:34 PM

"if we measure the dominance of $BTC by the volume of transactions instead of the market capitalization, Bitcoin still has more than 80% market dominance"
https://twitter.com/coinbarber/status/1110621862390837250/photo/1



Is there any measurement for Doge transactions? Just a curious about a comparison with bitcoin transaction.

You see the green band?
There, that’s DOGE plus ALL the other shitcoins except ETH.
That was well spotted LOL

Good afternoon everyone.
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March 27, 2019, 01:09:07 PM

Something to keep in mind for Bitcoin right now... #BTC #Bitcoin
https://www.tradingview.com/chart/XBTUSD/BJFZ2SIA-Something-to-keep-in-mind-for-Bitcoin-right-now-BTC-Bitcoin/



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Currently Bitcoin seems to be confined to the channel above. It managed to break the midline today and could find support on top of it in the next 12-48 hours and that would be great. The one thing I am being weary off still is the large rising wedge that everyone seems to have forgotten about since we had the bounce yesterday. It is possible still that this pump was simply the retest of the rising wedge and we could see a massive dump into and over the weekend. definitely not saying this will happen, BUT better to be prepared and cautious than rekt by an unexpected dump Wink


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snip-
You have any thoughts regarding how alts are contributing to your attempts at fractal analysis?

Hi JJG.  In short, alts do not contribute in any way.  All alts, including ether, are captured by Bitcoin’s gravitational pull.  Most alts orbit around Bitcoin like asteroids.  As Bitcoin progresses across the heavens, sometimes the asteroids appear to precede her and sometimes the asteroids appear to lag behind, but that’s just an optical illusion.  Some asteroids fall towards the surface and burn up, others go spinning off into the void never to be seen again. Bitcoin gives no fucks and makes her own way in the stellar firmament.  

That's the best analogy of Bitcoin and alts I've read I think.
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March 27, 2019, 01:19:52 PM
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I am done.
I will get excited when we will cross $5k
$4k is boring now.
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March 27, 2019, 01:23:57 PM

I received 1 merit today. Why does it say my smerit is 0? Was looking to immediately send it out again.
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March 27, 2019, 01:26:24 PM

I received 1 merit today. Why does it say my smerit is 0? Was looking to immediately send it out again.
1 gives you 0.5 sMerit however you can not see it until it's 1
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I received 1 merit today. Why does it say my smerit is 0? Was looking to immediately send it out again.
1 gives you 0.5 sMerit however you can not see it until it's 1

Ok I understand now, thanks!
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March 27, 2019, 01:37:13 PM

^^
You are welcome.



This was a good read for me. How about you all?


So I am here to say that I am Satoshi Nakamoto. I'm into Bitcoin to support this idea. In fact anyone who supports Bitcoin is Satoshi. We the Bitcoin community....we are Satoshi. So on Twitter, fb wherever you make posts about Bitcoin. Make an Hashtag of #IAmSatoshi to show that Bitcoin is indeed still strong, that the idea will come to fruition, to show support for the individual or group that developed Bitcoin. To make a stand against the banks, the Government's and the elites who think they can have our money. So make the Statement #IAmSatoshi and let's rock the community. Because Satoshi is all of us.


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March 27, 2019, 01:43:34 PM


I am done.
I will get excited when we will cross $5k
$4k is boring now.


Just wish it's not now.

Still have far too much bills to pay following the house buy. Please stay between 4k and 5k for 3 or 4 months so I can accumulate like I want.
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Still have far too much bills to pay following the house buy. Please stay between 4k and 5k for 3 or 4 months so I can accumulate like I want.
This wait never ends
Hurry up brother 🙂
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March 27, 2019, 02:02:11 PM

Something to keep in mind for Bitcoin right now... #BTC #Bitcoin
https://www.tradingview.com/chart/XBTUSD/BJFZ2SIA-Something-to-keep-in-mind-for-Bitcoin-right-now-BTC-Bitcoin/



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Currently Bitcoin seems to be confined to the channel above. It managed to break the midline today and could find support on top of it in the next 12-48 hours and that would be great. The one thing I am being weary off still is the large rising wedge that everyone seems to have forgotten about since we had the bounce yesterday. It is possible still that this pump was simply the retest of the rising wedge and we could see a massive dump into and over the weekend. definitely not saying this will happen, BUT better to be prepared and cautious than rekt by an unexpected dump Wink




Very weird triangle actually
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March 27, 2019, 02:05:25 PM

$BTC #bitcoin daily chart update- Showing price making "another" run at the $4K resistance level!!
https://twitter.com/CryptoChartsJoe/status/1110900853685260289/photo/1





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March 27, 2019, 02:21:24 PM

@JJG but there is always some exceptional case in sports where the vegan player stays on top. I am aware of only one such player, Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli

I am far from convinced about the health benefits of veganism.. including the necessity to somehow get all essential fats in a vegan diet through plants or some bullshit, when those essential fats are frequently already present and largely already bio-available (without having to take a bunch of bullshit supplements) in various kinds of meats

google "avocado fats" : 21-29g fat in a ~150g vegetable. That's a lot and those are 'good fats' of a variety that increases HDL.

That said, I have nothing against meat. Overall, for older people it is perhaps beneficial to slowly transition to less red meat.

Animal protein has a different ratio of the four amino acids than plant based protein. If you only consume plant protein you're going to end up with a surplus of some and a shortage of another.

And that's just one of the many deficiencies caused by a vegetarian diet (of course this is not true if you consume things like milk, eggs and/or other animal based foods or supplements). Humans are omnivores. Don't be ashamed of your species, that's silly.

Twenty amino acids, four is a number of nucleotides (A,C,G,T)  Wink.
That said, I am an omnivore, albeit starting to enjoy veggies (and fish) a bit more.



Veggies can be fucking amazing when prepared properly. I actually found myself to eat a shit ton of cabbage during all you can eat hot pots in Japan. Tastes great, doesn't fill you up, and refreshes the palette after mountains of meat in preparation for the next round. When they're soaked in the broth they're just fantastic. Also, that citrus flavoured soy sauce works really well.
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March 27, 2019, 02:24:10 PM

This was my dinner for 20 years or so pretty much every night.



It's still my favorite food. I'll take a steak over any other food.
I don't are for cake and candy as well as most sweets.
Pink blood soaked sour cream potatoes and chives is just the icing ontop. Cheesy

A cow is a holy animal for me but it looks delicious too Cheesy
If the meat was made in a lab and no cow was harmed, would you be "allowed" to eat it?
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March 27, 2019, 02:26:25 PM

-Diffie-Hellman paper (1973)
-Digicash (1990)
-E-gold (1996)
-B-money (1998)
-Liberty Reserve (2006)
-Bitcoin (2008)

Gradual progress over decades is what led to Bitcoin. Constant tinkering produced one of the most powerful tools humanity has ever possessed.

Keep tinkering.

https://twitter.com/martybent/status/1106358605211754497?s=21

First thing I noticed is Hashcash is missing and then checked twitter link and that was first comment.
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March 27, 2019, 02:30:36 PM

$4,009.....I’d feel a lot happier if we had some breathing space above $4,000.

What ste you waiting for Bitcorn?

Time to pump to $4,400 or something.....
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