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The bitcoin charts now look like a chart from a trader textbook, the chart looks exactly like a Bump-and-Run Reversal Bottoms

https://twitter.com/thalamu_/status/1117570774179598336
$BTC. Literally a textbook BARR bottom. Hint: This means bears are fucked.

 





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April 17, 2019, 04:49:28 PM

A traditional Golden Cross happens on the daily chart when the 50 day simple moving average crosses over the 200 MA. We are not quite there yet:

Looks like it's 1 week away.
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April 17, 2019, 04:50:33 PM

The bitcoin charts now look like a chart from a trader textbook, the chart looks exactly like a Bump-and-Run Reversal Bottoms

https://twitter.com/thalamu_/status/1117570774179598336
$BTC. Literally a textbook BARR bottom. Hint: This means bears are fucked.

 





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http://thepatternsite.com/barrb.html

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A traditional Golden Cross happens on the daily chart when the 50 day simple moving average crosses over the 200 MA. We are not quite there yet:



Thanks for this information. I learned a lot from this thread.

So, MA50/MA200 isn't looking bad neither. It is almost about to happen. According to the chart on TradingView, The bull starter golden cross (MA50/MA200) happened in Oct/'15 when the price was $250. Can you believe it? Almost a x100 increase happened in the next 2 years.

It doesn't mean it is going to switch to a bull run immediately (see down below, it failed once, succeeded the second one) however If I am not seeing wrong but it gives a sign.

1 golden cross may fail and maybe 2 can happen at most (which is very unlikely but I am being generous towards bears), 3rd will definitely moon.

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April 17, 2019, 04:57:15 PM

Isn't that a golden cross what I am seeing on this weekly chart? Isn't that big?

Or I am looking at the wrong charts?

Here same settings on TradingView (MA7/MA25)

Last time this cross happened it went to the moon.



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A traditional Golden Cross happens on the daily chart when the 50 day simple moving average crosses over the 200 MA. We are not quite there yet:

The Golden daily crossing typically energizes the local trading volume more than a weekly, that is true. Still quite bullish imho.


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April 17, 2019, 05:38:04 PM

OMG that's terrible. Hopefully they're able to get out of there safely.

Elwar is a pretty cagey motherfucker, I suspect a change of jurisdiction is underway as we ponder.

Unfortunately he doesn't really blend in a crowd there.
Needs to split from all of Asia honestly.

What do you mean by saying " split from all of Asia" king?
Didn't get what you mean here.

Is it about Elwar should escape or cut the Asia from rest of the world?
I mean Elwar and his wife should go to a major Western country and not go to a smaller Asian country. They should honestly just to back the US.
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April 17, 2019, 05:51:08 PM

I don't think these exchanges care at all about bad actors or scammy projects.  I really do think bribe money has been going around to get SV delisted, Ver might be throwing around money to them.

What have you done with JJG?  He is MIA for days and you have his hat  Shocked

This hat stealing thing is no good and should be set straight. 33bitcoin, please...

While it is confusing, I seem to remember JJG assenting to such use.

That said, it would help keep things straight is 33bitcoin had a unique av.
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April 17, 2019, 05:57:02 PM

[~snip]I mean Elwar and his wife should go to a major Western country and not go to a smaller Asian country. They should honestly just to back the US.
Have you heard from Elwar ? Did they get to the embassy?
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April 17, 2019, 06:06:53 PM

[~snip]I mean Elwar and his wife should go to a major Western country and not go to a smaller Asian country. They should honestly just to back the US.
Have you heard from Elwar ? Did they get to the embassy?

We'll prolly know soon enough. In other note, why the heck the government intervened in the first place? Is seasteading seen as a danger or smth?
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April 17, 2019, 06:17:11 PM

I would think the Philippines should be a considered destination afa close by possible safe havens if an embassy is not an option.

I wonder what our Philippine friends think of that?

He'd have better luck getting into Vietnam or Cambodia.

I think Cambodia has one of the most liberal refugee policies in the world if I'm not mistaken.

The Philippines has taken a turn away from the U.S. and toward China in the past few years, but if he somehow made it here I'm sure the government wouldn't extradite him back to Thailand. Geographically its harder to get to than the other two options.

Man, this is a shitty story all the way around, hope he makes it out OK, of course (and his girlfriend too -- it sounds like she would get even worse treatment if caught).

I'm not too sure about the other two countries, but I do know he can probably come to the Philippines, even if he is still a fugitive, and live peacefully there. There are so many foreigners living and retiring here.

He might do well in Thailand too, but since they're looking for him, that's not a wise decision to remain in the country.
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As BoB would put it - SHEEEIT!

I knew a blacklist was coming. I'm surprised the hunters made it public. Well, it was just obvious anyway - or it could be to make a statement. The worst problem isn't immigration ATM, but emigration if you get my drift.

Damn it.

Manhunt launched

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Deeper shit. At least it seems they've not been apprehended yet.

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Police went to my house 8 of them.. 2-3 times for the last 2 days and that makes my mom and my son scared of them. Just a kid and grandma please stop scaring them..
Last thing a government like that is worried about is scaring an old lady and a child. They could even be used as leverage in the unlikely event Thailand wants to get to the bottom of the matter rather than, as I think, just send a message.

I don't think they're on a plane to safe lands yet. Getting out of that banana kingdom will take some ingenuity. At least, as someone said, Elwar is a clever MF, so hopefully with a bit of luck they might make it - and stay far from Thailand until the next revolution.

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April 17, 2019, 06:20:21 PM




https://twitter.com/Xentagz/status/1118453378839916544


My mom and sister lives there... But my mom still is a NO-coiner mmm maybe wrong, just a non intrested of learning about it, but doesn't disapprove it.

(Not the best but thats just how it is Roll Eyes )..... But so it wasn't because there doing lol.
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April 17, 2019, 06:24:53 PM

I would think the Philippines should be a considered destination afa close by possible safe havens if an embassy is not an option.

I wonder what our Philippine friends think of that?

He'd have better luck getting into Vietnam or Cambodia.

I think Cambodia has one of the most liberal refugee policies in the world if I'm not mistaken.

The Philippines has taken a turn away from the U.S. and toward China in the past few years, but if he somehow made it here I'm sure the government wouldn't extradite him back to Thailand. Geographically its harder to get to than the other two options.

Man, this is a shitty story all the way around, hope he makes it out OK, of course (and his girlfriend too -- it sounds like she would get even worse treatment if caught).

I'm not too sure about the other two countries, but I do know he can probably come to the Philippines, even if he is still a fugitive, and live peacefully there. There are so many foreigners living and retiring here.

He might do well in Thailand too, but since they're looking for him, that's not a wise decision to remain in the country.

Just saw on Belgium television JO is living their.... curious does anyone know that Belgian guy and from what company he was?

-Whenever I talk BTC to little older people +- 50-60 years they always compare it with that guys company and what happened...

He owned on paper 500 million and lives know from 2$ a day on the Philippines I think.... (which company did he run?? Roll Eyes )

How many people lost everything in that company  .
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April 17, 2019, 06:25:57 PM

Ohh yeah the price of bitcoin moving again..! Smiley

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April 17, 2019, 06:26:33 PM

The bitcoin charts now look like a chart from a trader textbook, the chart looks exactly like a Bump-and-Run Reversal Bottoms

https://twitter.com/thalamu_/status/1117570774179598336
$BTC. Literally a textbook BARR bottom. Hint: This means bears are fucked.

 





More about Bump-and-Run Reversal Bottoms

http://thepatternsite.com/barrb.html


Bitmex BTCUSD swap chart hmm... any tape painter at work? Artie, is that you? Tongue

OK I'm just being nasty.
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April 17, 2019, 06:32:49 PM

Genuine question -

If the value of one bitcoin became astronomically high one day & there was a state or island somewhere that was strictly bitcoin only as a monetary transfer of value would you emigrate to there?

It’s something I’ve long thought about & I most certainly would to be honest. It’d be great to live amongst like minded people.

 
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Genuine question -

If the value of one bitcoin became astronomically high one day & there was a state or island somewhere that was strictly bitcoin only as a monetary transfer of value would you emigrate to there?

It’s something I’ve long thought about & I most certainly would to be honest. It’d be great to live amongst like minded people.

 
It would have prices like Switzerland. IOW, living amongst like minded people is likely to cost an arm and a leg  Cheesy
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Genuine question -

If the value of one bitcoin became astronomically high one day & there was a state or island somewhere that was strictly bitcoin only as a monetary transfer of value would you emigrate to there?

It’s something I’ve long thought about & I most certainly would to be honest. It’d be great to live amongst like minded people.

 

Yes, of course

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