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Wall Observer Statistics, number of responses per month and BTCitcoin value at the end of each month:

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      Wall Observer BTC/USD       Replies   +/- Replies   BTC Value end Month

2018 Jan / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   386,480  >  5,680        10,138
2018 Feb / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   396,480  > 10,000    10,629
2018 Mar / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   402,460  >  5,980    7,119
2018 Apr / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   407,757  >  5,297     9,275
2018 May / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   410,507  >  2,750     7,559
2018 Jun / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   416,730  >  6,223     6,457
2018 Jul / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   419,443  >  2,713     7,848
2018 Aug / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   424,622  >  5,179     6,935
2018 Sep / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   426,942  >  2,320    6,633
2018 Oct / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   430,939  >  3,997     6,642
2018 Nov / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   437,199  >  6,260     4,015
2018 Dec / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   446,510  >  9,311     3,800

2019 Jan / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   452,916  >  6,406     3,459
2019 Feb / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   456,360  >  3,444    3,900
2019 Mar / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   464,797  >  8,437    4,103

If you think it's okay, I'll keep the statistics updated every month of the current year.

And if you do not like it, or you think this is useless, there's no problem, I throw it in the trash.

But I think that WO deserves a monthly statistic, in my opinion.

The increase in visits is reciprocal with the increase and decrease in the price of BTC.

More price = More visits
Less price = Less visits

I know we all know this, but it's good to see it in numbers, in our thread, It will only be published on the 1st of each month.

Do you want a monthly statistic in WO?



I am working on something like this, for the monthly statistics of the current year in this format, I will improve the presentation, and historical statistics in an quote format.

Ok?
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Nothing to crazy, hellboy in a few hours Smiley
You mean the movie?

I hope bitcoins stay above $5k


Yeah the movie Cheesy

BTC = stay in hodeybadger mode!
Have fun brother.
I was watching goosebumps earlier today both 1 & 2 with the kids LOL


Have no kids and both saw them Roll Eyes I do watch everything .... "loved the BTC piece brought by those kids Smiley"
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April 11, 2019, 08:05:35 PM

also in the market for alternatives

Gemini is the only exchange I use nowadays, just to keep things as simple as possible. Don't mind paying the slight premium for using their services. Their wire transfers have always hit within 24 hours for me.
Seconded, I only use Gemini when exchanging to and from my bank account. I trust no other exchange with my coins or bank information.
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Nothing to crazy, hellboy in a few hours Smiley
You mean the movie?

I hope bitcoins stay above $5k


I hope bitcoin will break below 5k once again this weekend.
I need this opportunity to buy bitcoins as cheaper as possible for the fiat I've prepared!


I hope you can catch what you hope for, but come on 4.5K--5K--or 5.5K = all the same Roll Eyes
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April 11, 2019, 08:12:08 PM

I'm hoping a scenario like this plays out...

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/l0affMaH-Btc-dump-fractal-mirrored/
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Gemini is the only exchange I use nowadays... Don't mind paying the slight premium for using their services...

1%?  jesusfuckingchrist

I am providing liquidity ffs...
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Have no kids and both saw them Roll Eyes I do watch everything .... "loved the BTC piece brought by those kids Smiley"
Yes, it was good to see that little conversation of how that kiddo was going on explaining bitcoins.

By the way, has anyone watched the movie Bitcoin Heist? The plot was something about robing around 3k BTC LOL
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I hope you can catch what you hope for, but come on 4.5K--5K--or 5.5K = all the same Roll Eyes
For a long hodler of course 🙂
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April 11, 2019, 08:21:10 PM

the afternoon edition of the Wall report

All elements of our forces are fully engaged as the battle rages at $5k   Much needed reinforcements for the Bulls have been spotted slowly making their way to the field of battle. With no quarter offered or to be given, this battle could last for days. Due to high attrition rates upon the battlefield, all weekend passes are hereby suspended until further notice.

In other news

The Px reported a unusually high number of green dildos being sold lately and cautions that supplies might be running low. High Command wants to assure our troops that this is NOT the case and further more we wish to make it known publicly that we are here to make sure there will be plenty of green dildos for everyone. Now and far into the future. That is all.

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I am working on something like this, for the monthly statistics of the current year in this format, I will improve the presentation, and historical statistics in an quote format.

Ok?

Maybe you could show % change in posts and % change in price.  That might make it easier to compare
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I am working on something like this, for the monthly statistics of the current year in this format, I will improve the presentation, and historical statistics in an quote format.

Ok?

Maybe you could show % change in posts and % change in price.  That might make it easier to compare

If it is an option to contemplate.

From what I see, you are the only one interested. Cheesy

Thx, HM
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I hope you can catch what you hope for, but come on 4.5K--5K--or 5.5K = all the same Roll Eyes
For a long hodler of course

I've been hearing that for a while, and that still literally doesn't make any bit of sense to me. Each and every satoshi should be saved; the mathematics here is extremely simple.

Scenario 1:

You buy BTC at the rate of $4.5k per BTC with your $10k budget. You get ~2.22 BTC.  You sell your bitcoin at the rate of $50,000 each. You get $111,000.

Scenario 2:

You buy BTC at the rate of $5.5k per BTC with your $10k budget. You get ~1.81 BTC. You sell your bitcoin at the rate of $50,000 each. You get $90,500.

$111,000 minus $90,500 = $20,500 EXTRA.

Buying at $4.5k is NOT equivalent to buying at $5.5k, "especially" if you're thinking long-term.
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I hope bitcoin will break below 5k once again this weekend.
I need this opportunity to buy bitcoins as cheaper as possible for the fiat I've prepared!

Even after all these days when bitcoins were under $4k for long time. 🙂


Goes without saying that I've bought a lot under 4k. I have voracious appetite for bitcoins. I never sell. I buy whenever I can and the cheaper I buy the better. However, I don't like buying the hard earned bitcoins of small fish day traders. I prefer getting bitcoins out of whales that short the market and trigger stop loss orders of small fish longs. Hope that clarifies what I'm aiming at.
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Top Trump Advisor’s Shocking Claim Proves Why We Need Bitcoin

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As the Trump administration passes a snowballing debt pile onto Generation Z with self-serving monetary policy, a powerful pro-Bitcoin argument once confined to developing nations is coming home to roost.

Naturally, a deflationary asset like Bitcoin could be a life-saver for people who have faced hyperinflation, but many reports have suggested that it isn’t such a compelling idea in the developed world, where sturdy mediums of exchange exist. This argument ignores the fact that damage isn’t always immediately apparent.

https://www.ccn.com/top-trump-advisors-shocking-claim-proves-why-we-need-bitcoin
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April 11, 2019, 09:43:41 PM

As if every administration in the last 60 years hasn't 'passed a snowballing debt pile onto the next generation with self-serving monetary policy'.
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short to long...or would that be long to short?     Undecided      anyway..   t-minus 44 minutes and counting

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April 11, 2019, 10:18:09 PM

I hope you can catch what you hope for, but come on 4.5K--5K--or 5.5K = all the same Roll Eyes
For a long hodler of course

I've been hearing that for a while, and that still literally doesn't make any bit of sense to me. Each and every satoshi should be saved; the mathematics here is extremely simple.

Scenario 1:

You buy BTC at the rate of $4.5k per BTC with your $10k budget. You get ~2.22 BTC.  You sell your bitcoin at the rate of $50,000 each. You get $111,000.

Scenario 2:

You buy BTC at the rate of $5.5k per BTC with your $10k budget. You get ~1.81 BTC. You sell your bitcoin at the rate of $50,000 each. You get $90,500.

$111,000 minus $90,500 = $20,500 EXTRA.

Buying at $4.5k is NOT equivalent to buying at $5.5k, "especially" if you're thinking long-term.

it does not work like this at all as this is a simplified scenario.
What if you spend in one case 10K and in another 12.2K...you would have 50K in the end (in both cases).
Since it is not possible to buy ALL bitcoin, the example is underwhelming.
I am not even sure that I want to ever exchange btc to $$. Why would I?
IMHO, buy some, sell some (when you want) and not try to hit the highest (when selling) or the lowest (when buying).
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Wall Observer Statistics, number of responses per month and BTCitcoin value at the end of each month:

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      Wall Observer BTC/USD       Replies   +/- Replies   BTC Value end Month

2018 Jan / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   386,480  >  5,680        10,138
2018 Feb / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   396,480  > 10,000    10,629
2018 Mar / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   402,460  >  5,980    7,119
2018 Apr / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   407,757  >  5,297     9,275
2018 May / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   410,507  >  2,750     7,559
2018 Jun / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   416,730  >  6,223     6,457
2018 Jul / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   419,443  >  2,713     7,848
2018 Aug / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   424,622  >  5,179     6,935
2018 Sep / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   426,942  >  2,320    6,633
2018 Oct / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   430,939  >  3,997     6,642
2018 Nov / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   437,199  >  6,260     4,015
2018 Dec / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   446,510  >  9,311     3,800

2019 Jan / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   452,916  >  6,406     3,459
2019 Feb / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   456,360  >  3,444    3,900
2019 Mar / Wall Observer BTC/USD  -   464,797  >  8,437    4,103

If you think it's okay, I'll keep the statistics updated every month of the current year.

And if you do not like it, or you think this is useless, there's no problem, I throw it in the trash.

But I think that WO deserves a monthly statistic, in my opinion.

The increase in visits is reciprocal with the increase and decrease in the price of BTC.

More price = More visits
Less price = Less visits

I know we all know this, but it's good to see it in numbers, in our thread, It will only be published on the 1st of each month.

Do you want a monthly statistic in WO?



I am working on something like this, for the monthly statistics of the current year in this format, I will improve the presentation, and historical statistics in an quote format.

Ok?

Why asking for permission?
We are bitcoiners, we should be anarco-crypto-liberists (not liberals).
Just do it, worst thing it can happen, someone will scroll past your post.
I would also add a link to the most merited post  for every month!
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April 11, 2019, 10:35:58 PM

Your taxes helped poor people and an overwhelming amount of illegal aliens get basic healthcare!?

FTFY. Would rather have put ACA money into building the wall, to mitigate the arguable open border and flood of illegal immigration we are dealing with.

Also, I draw the line at my tax dollars being used for third trimester abortions, in the name of "basic healthcare".

Yeah right... 



A purported black gay man complaining that other socially marginalized people are getting too many societal protections, including access to basic life choices.

The irony.. the irony.
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