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16-20% - 2 (2.2%)
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76-80% - 6 (6.6%)
81-85% - 10 (11%)
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100% - 20 (22%)
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April 11, 2019, 12:08:37 PM
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IMF Chief Lagarde: Distributed Ledger Technologies Are Shaking the System

Heard that boys?

LaTarde has spoken. Crypto is shaking the banking system!

The shit is getting real.

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“I think the role of the disruptors and anything that uses distributed ledger technology, whether you call it crypto assets, currencies or whatever — and it’s far from the Bitcoins we used to talk about a year ago — that is clearly shaking the system.”
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IMF Chief Lagarde: Distributed Ledger Technologies Are Shaking the System

Heard that boys?

LaTarde has spoken. Crypto is shaking the banking system!

The shit is getting real.

She didn't say crypto, she said 'distributed ledgers' and 'blockchain technology'.

"Not 'distributed ledgers', not 'blockchain technology'. Bitcoin! It's like a finger pointing away to the moon. Do not concentrate on the finger or you will miss all of the heavenly glory!"
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Bitcoin has been trending lower since the opening of the session on Thursday. The entire market is in the red amid growing bearish pressure. The declines come after BTC/USD corrected to highs above $5,400 yesterday. The flash drop below $5,000 seems to have poked the bulls who have pulled the price above $5,040. Support at $5,000 will continue to hold in the coming sessions. However, the upside is still limited below the 50 SMA and the 100 SMA.

https://www.fxstreet.com/cryptocurrencies/news/breaking-news-bitcoin-plunges-below-5-000-bloodshed-galore-201904111148


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April 11, 2019, 12:19:38 PM

I think BTCBTC trying hit soon $4800 then up slowly this time change market trend. Lips sealed Good luck all holder.



Hold = Scam.

Hodl = WO-member. (Not your cup of Thea)

Hold = scam. hold do not guarantee anything in a volatile manipulated market.
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Bitcoin has been trending lower since the opening of the session on Thursday. The entire market is in the red amid growing bearish pressure. The declines come after BTC/USD corrected to highs above $5,400 yesterday. The flash drop below $5,000 seems to have poked the bulls who have pulled the price above $5,040. Support at $5,000 will continue to hold in the coming sessions. However, the upside is still limited below the 50 SMA and the 100 SMA.

https://www.fxstreet.com/cryptocurrencies/news/breaking-news-bitcoin-plunges-below-5-000-bloodshed-galore-201904111148



It feels like 5k is going to broken and we will drop to high 4000s and hold there until a push back.
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April 11, 2019, 12:20:57 PM

I think BTCBTC trying hit soon $4800 then up slowly this time change market trend. Lips sealed Good luck all holder.



Hold = Scam.

Hodl = WO-member. (Not your cup of Thea)

Hold = scam. hold do not guarantee anything in a volatile manipulated market.
It guarantees that you have the amount of btc you bought. 1btc will always = 1btc
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April 11, 2019, 12:23:02 PM

At the risk of waxing political, I learned from my accountant guy, overnight, that the majority of my tax obligations for 2018, were due to Obama's Affordable Care Act.

I cannot begin to describe the bitterness and anger I am currently experiencing.

Picked a bad time to quit drinking. Goddamnit.
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April 11, 2019, 12:29:08 PM
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At the risk of waxing political, I learned from my accountant guy, overnight, that the majority of my tax obligations for 2018, were due to Obama's Affordable Care Act.

I cannot begin to describe the bitterness and anger I am currently experiencing.

Picked a bad time to quit drinking. Goddamnit.

Your taxes helped poor people get basic healthcare!?

The horror!  Shocked
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April 11, 2019, 12:33:41 PM
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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".
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April 11, 2019, 12:34:50 PM
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I think BTCBTC trying hit soon $4800 then up slowly this time change market trend. Lips sealed Good luck all holder.



Hold = Scam.

Hodl = WO-member. (Not your cup of Thea)

Rebal - Yeah we’ve all been ‘scammed’ haven’t we. Many of us have been buying & HODLING since pre $500. Work out the profit margins from there - OH SUCH SCAM Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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April 11, 2019, 12:46:03 PM

I think BTCBTC trying hit soon $4800 then up slowly this time change market trend. Lips sealed Good luck all holder.



Hold = Scam.

Hodl = WO-member. (Not your cup of Thea)

Rebal - Yeah we’ve all been ‘scammed’ haven’t we. Many of us have been buying & HODLING since pre $500. Work out the profit margins from there - OH SUCH SCAM Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah, I got scammed in 2014 and 15 stacking Bitcoins. I fell for the Ponzi Cheesy
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April 11, 2019, 12:52:24 PM

I think BTCBTC trying hit soon $4800 then up slowly this time change market trend. Lips sealed Good luck all holder.



Hold = Scam.

Hodl = WO-member. (Not your cup of Thea)

Rebal - Yeah we’ve all been ‘scammed’ haven’t we. Many of us have been buying & HODLING since pre $500. Work out the profit margins from there - OH SUCH SCAM Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah, I got scammed in 2014 and 15 stacking Bitcoins. I fell for the Ponzi Cheesy

So you have been sleep since 2014.
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April 11, 2019, 12:56:44 PM

That's pretty much what I wanted to hear. Will seriously consider this for my settlement once I take care of some other things first.

Can't wait to visit the restaurant for starters. Do you have any timeline for it?

And probably my last question about seasteading in general. How likely is it that your boat would get rekt and what do you do in such a situation?

Likely timeline for the restaurant is a matter of months. I'm in for a busy summer (people keep asking if I get bored on the seastead...).

The likelihood of our seastead getting rekt is very minimal. I think we've seen the biggest winds for the year while we were out there our first few weeks. We woke up every morning expecting some damage but it was just fine.

The production version will be extra safe. The interior of the spar will be completely void of any holes (seacocks/valves/etc). So in the very worst case scenario you can close off your spar and hunker down like going into your basement. Or you have the option of staying in your platform which is also a life raft. The two are not connected so if the spar sinks, the platform stays up. If the platform falls off (or something happens to it) you can go into the spar.

But most likely if the storm of the century is coming through...you go to one of the nearby islands and wait out the storm.

We are building the seasteads to withstand 5 meter waves. Where we are located the highest wave we should see in 100 years is 5 meters. High but rare. Average is about .5 meter waves.
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April 11, 2019, 12:58:12 PM

OT: Y'know... the MSM is always blabbering on about how volatile Bitcoin's price is.

Have they even fkn looked at Chipotle's 10 yr price chart? Holy smokes. Talk about not understanding its valuation! I wouldn't touch that stock with a hundred foot pole.   Huh

I was so close to buying Chipotle stock when they IPOed. I likely would have done better than putting $40k into SAIC.
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April 11, 2019, 01:01:35 PM

OT: Y'know... the MSM is always blabbering on about how volatile Bitcoin's price is.

Have they even fkn looked at Chipotle's 10 yr price chart? Holy smokes. Talk about not understanding its valuation! I wouldn't touch that stock with a hundred foot pole.   Huh

I was so close to buying Chipotle stock when they IPOed. I likely would have done better than putting $40k into SAIC.

Buying a Chicken Burrito from Chipotle today sounds good. Thanks for the idea guys.

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At the risk of waxing political, I learned from my accountant guy, overnight, that the majority of my tax obligations for 2018, were due to Obama's Affordable Care Act.

I cannot begin to describe the bitterness and anger I am currently experiencing.

Picked a bad time to quite drinking. Goddamnit.

I too have been ripped off quit a bit by the ACA Surcharge. When I liquidated my long term stock portfolio
5 years ago to go all in on Bitcoin I was surprised with the 3.9 percent investment tax courtesy of the obamacare scam. I could have bought a lot more coins with that chunk.  Angry

I was annoyed when Republicans caved on taking it out of the tax code.

I dont understand how that was the majority of your tax obligations though, bc cap gains taxes are much larger.
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April 11, 2019, 01:05:22 PM

I think BTCBTC trying hit soon $4800 then up slowly this time change market trend. Lips sealed Good luck all holder.



Hold = Scam.

Hodl = WO-member. (Not your cup of Thea)

Rebal - Yeah we’ve all been ‘scammed’ haven’t we. Many of us have been buying & HODLING since pre $500. Work out the profit margins from there - OH SUCH SCAM Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah, I got scammed in 2014 and 15 stacking Bitcoins. I fell for the Ponzi Cheesy

So you have been sleeping good every night since making such a wise decision. Never fearing the homeless shelters like I do.

Yes, exactly. You are learning, there is hope for you yet Cheesy 6k soon.
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April 11, 2019, 01:11:21 PM
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Just did a £1000  fomo reality buy. Feel better now
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April 11, 2019, 01:17:27 PM
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Just did a £1000  fomo reality buy. Feel better now

Here's some nachos for that dip you just bought:

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Just did a £1000  fomo reality buy. Feel better now

Well played Cheesy
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