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Question: May 18 Bitcoin Closing Price (Stamp):
$0 - 1 (0.7%)
<$5,000 - 7 (4.6%)
$5,000-$5,500 - 2 (1.3%)
$5,500-$6,000 - 0 (0%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 5 (3.3%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 15 (9.9%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 17 (11.3%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 24 (15.9%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 18 (11.9%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 15 (9.9%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 10 (6.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 7 (4.6%)
$10,000-$20,000 - 16 (10.6%)
>$20,000 - 14 (9.3%)
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April 19, 2019, 01:37:53 PM

US Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Calls for Clear Crypto Regulations

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Yang — an entrepreneur who contributed $120,000 to establish Venture For America (VFA), an accelerator aimed at building new startups in emerging cities — is running for president in 2020. As part of his presidential campaign, Yang stands for the implementation of cryptocurrency and digital assets regulation in the country.

https://cointelegraph.com/news/us-presidential-candidate-andrew-yang-calls-for-clear-crypto-regulations

https://www.yang2020.com/policies/digital-asset-regulation/

He'd be better off running as an Independent, hell never get a major party nomination with those radical Ideals.

I'll vote for him though.
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April 19, 2019, 01:40:26 PM

come on people, edit down the pictures
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Moar boobies please. This quells my faketoshi rage.
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April 19, 2019, 01:42:33 PM

just wondering about the ticket prices, seems far too much as Latvia is a fairly poor country.
it's really pretty cheap for that sort of thing, and they are fairly location-independent
the extra-scammy ones are in the thousands
2 days of coretards rabbiting on for 200?. bargain

Yeah I was only thinking about the regular folk, waiting for the 4 or even 5 figure price myself before I even start thinking about attending.

As we are special, yo.
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April 19, 2019, 01:43:46 PM

Satoshi coins belongs to Satoshi. It's up to him whatever he wants to do with it. He can give it to anyone be it his granny or grandchildren or throw away all his keys it's his decision and freezing someone's coins is ridiculous thing to say.

That's another discussion,  if out of blue he starts to dump his coins on us which is very unlikely because he didn't touched his stash so far but if he does then arguably many of us fucked for sure.

And we can't blame him if he decides to dump his stash because at some point we all gonna sell our stash too.

You're missing the point. If Craig has the private keys he's free to spend them as he wishes regardless of who he is. The problem arises if Satoshi was Dave Kleiman and Hal Finney...and ?? locking the keys in the trust, and now CSW trying to establish himself as Satoshi so later he could get his hands on those keys unchallenged, since you know dead men don't talk.

May be I am missing the point or may be I am ignoring any conspiracy and fiction theory. When we use if if if that much time in any argument then it's just a assumption and we are shooting in a dark. Good for brainstorming or discussion but not worth it much IMHO.

Sometimes we should leave the all series of events to time and see how it goes.

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April 19, 2019, 01:47:50 PM

Satoshi coins belongs to Satoshi. It's up to him whatever he wants to do with it. He can give it to anyone be it his granny or grandchildren or throw away all his keys it's his decision and freezing someone's coins is ridiculous thing to say.

That's another discussion,  if out of blue he starts to dump his coins on us which is very unlikely because he didn't touched his stash so far but if he does then arguably many of us fucked for sure.

And we can't blame him if he decides to dump his stash because at some point we all gonna sell our stash too.

You're missing the point. If Craig has the private keys he's free to spend them as he wishes regardless of who he is. The problem arises if Satoshi was Dave Kleiman and Hal Finney...and ?? locking the keys in the trust, and now CSW trying to establish himself as Satoshi so later he could get his hands on those keys unchallenged, since you know dead men don't talk.

May be I am missing the point or may be I am ignoring any conspiracy and fiction theory. When we use if if if that much time in any argument then it's just a assumption and we are shooting in a dark. Good for brainstorming or discussion but not worth it much IMHO.

Sometimes we should leave the all series of events to time and see how it goes.


Yeah I won't give any thought to these ideas, seems like a pointless extra heaping of stress and worry.
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April 19, 2019, 01:51:55 PM
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To call someone an idiot and then claim to be humble.. Thats quite amusing. But anyway, the theme of this means that to support bitcoin one must dislike free competition? One must prefer a monopoly ?


Okay it is time to implement negative merits. Ten for one I do not care get it done.
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April 19, 2019, 01:53:23 PM

at some point we all gonna sell our stash too.

speak for yourself


Noted Jojo, hope I didn't offended you when I used word "we" instead of "I"  but thanks for heads-up, I will be more careful with my choice of words next time. Smiley

Having said that it's true for 99.99% btc hodlers, Minus Satoshi..

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I love that guy's tweet, he nails the sentiment perfectly.

If you get involved in crypto for more than a few years, it is almost impossible not to come to the same epiphany at some point.

"The noise" is there simply to distract you, confuse you, FUD you, and ultimately steal your wealth away for side projects that have zero purpose/utility or won't matter in the long run. The scammers, trolls and whales love 'em tho.

But anyway, the theme of this means that to support bitcoin one must dislike free competition? One must prefer a monopoly ?
No, we still need the shitcoins sloshing around out there.... for comic relief.
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Still anticipate more sideways above the blue diagonal trend line while staying at or above the 21 EMA in the 2-Day TF for a while. Do not anticipate we go to or below the 21 EMA until late April to early May, 2019. I'm expecting them to continue keeping margin longs and margin shorts constantly guessing for the remainder of April. I anticipate a shakeout (small dump) in mid to late May before we begin with a Wyckoff Spring and/or up-thrust the last week of May to first week of June, 2019.

Prowdclown excepts a small dip to the 21d tf EMA line, I'm probably fine with both directions. Currently trying to catch the smaller and smaller dips.
You can find many very informational videos of him under his tradingview account https://www.tradingview.com/u/ProwdClown/.
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April 19, 2019, 02:03:36 PM

wtf you gonna sell them for? dollars? worthless shit
what? you want 4-8 years of hookers and blow? all the while the price 100x-ing what you sold for
eventually sell one for land, maybe. huge ... tracts of land
when you can get a decent county for a coin, then, maybe.
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April 19, 2019, 02:12:30 PM

Hey what do I gotta do to get a hat avatar. All these brothers stuntin hats on this long thread.

Is it a merit level thing I dunno, I can't even seem to put up any avatar. I want to feel included. I search the forum and got nothin.

You gotta
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He's a DrDoctor so he's used to this kind of things. Ask Craig Wright, he's a doctor too.
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April 19, 2019, 02:14:32 PM

Wait TECSHARE knows Elwar ?
The same TECSHARE that keeps trolling the P&S board ?
Can anyone confirm, I haven't been here long enough to know ?
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April 19, 2019, 02:23:19 PM

I had a buddy tell his wife he got "tree crabs". He made it up
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Tree crabs are a thing, google it.
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April 19, 2019, 02:30:18 PM

Satoshi coins belongs to Satoshi. It's up to him whatever he wants to do with it. He can give it to anyone be it his granny or grandchildren or throw away all his keys it's his decision and freezing someone's coins is ridiculous thing to say.

That's another discussion,  if out of blue he starts to dump his coins on us which is very unlikely because he didn't touched his stash so far but if he does then arguably many of us fucked for sure.

And we can't blame him if he decides to dump his stash because at some point we all gonna sell our stash too.

You're missing the point. If Craig has the private keys he's free to spend them as he wishes regardless of who he is. The problem arises if Satoshi was Dave Kleiman and Hal Finney...and ?? locking the keys in the trust, and now CSW trying to establish himself as Satoshi so later he could get his hands on those keys unchallenged, since you know dead men don't talk.

May be I am missing the point or may be I am ignoring any conspiracy and fiction theory. When we use if if if that much time in any argument then it's just a assumption and we are shooting in a dark. Good for brainstorming or discussion but not worth it much IMHO.

Sometimes we should leave the all series of events to time and see how it goes.



Yes agreed on shooting in the dark, but that is the game we all play when it comes to risky assets. Shooting in the dark has won a lot of wars and caused a lot of nations to rise and fall, its not a pointless exercise.

No different than speculating on price. Its important speculation bc it could have huge real world consequences to hodlers. The unmoved million coins is one of the most worthwhile things in Bitcoin to speculate on bc of its huge potential consequences. These three guys are the most likely people in the Satoshi team. No one else comes close to a more detailed and plausible story.
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"Following the erasure (and subsequent deaths of the collaborators), Craig was distraught. He gathered what evidence he could, and bunkered down to watch the bitcoin seed grow. Craig isn’t lying when he said he was Satoshi Nakamoto. He was the third head. He collaborated with Dave Kleiman, who was acting on behalf of Hal Finney. He is the third, less impressive head of the dragon. The incidental member of the three musketeers. He might have some merit, but nobody wants to be Ringo.
"Above all else, just think about how amazingly unlikely this story is. Hal Finney and Dave Kleiman meeting. Their understanding of each other, and ego-less work ethic. Craig Wright as the Ringo Starr of the group. Their untimely deaths leading to the bitcoin behemoth we know today."
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April 19, 2019, 02:43:55 PM


The claims of sovereignty, independence and international rights acquired by the owners of the platform were unfounded, as Italian citizens, even outside Italy, must abide by state laws (this in a nutshell can be deduced from the essay on the Journal of International Law of 1968 ).


Don't need a translator to parse that "back in your chains, slave"
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"Following the erasure (and subsequent deaths of the collaborators), Craig was distraught. He gathered what evidence he could, and bunkered down to watch the bitcoin seed grow. Craig isn’t lying when he said he was Satoshi Nakamoto. He was the third head. He collaborated with Dave Kleiman, who was acting on behalf of Hal Finney. He is the third, less impressive head of the dragon. The incidental member of the three musketeers. He might have some merit, but nobody wants to be Ringo.
"Above all else, just think about how amazingly unlikely this story is. Hal Finney and Dave Kleiman meeting. Their understanding of each other, and ego-less work ethic. Craig Wright as the Ringo Starr of the group. Their untimely deaths leading to the bitcoin behemoth we know today."
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https://medium.com/altcoin-magazine/the-dragon-has-3-heads-the-true-identity-of-satoshi-nakamoto-a7dd9ac0ac56



The musketeers were 4 and Craig was not the first one, the second, the third or anything. He's just here to mislead a few people from finding who Satoshi really is.
The problem is he's terrible at it.
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April 19, 2019, 02:53:34 PM

https://i.imgur.com/aQX7O7S.gifv

GREAT NEWS! I got contact from Chad Elwartowski (AKA Elwar) via PM earlier this morning notifying me that he and his girlfriend have been able to escape to nearby Vietnam via boat. They are in good spirits, but still are not out of the woods yet as they still need to leave the region for fear of local intergovernmental relations leading to his potential extradition back to Thailand. As a result for their own safety they will not be posting again until they are home, but he wanted me to thank all of you on his behalf for your kind words and well wishes, and said he hopes to be back on the forum posting soon. He didn't give me much other information for obvious reasons, but at least we know he has made it out of the country, which is very good news. Hopefully we can help bring awareness to this issue so others do not find themselves in a similar situation in the future. Godspeed Elwar.

Great News Elwar!

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GREAT NEWS! I got contact from Chad Elwartowski (AKA Elwar) via PM earlier this morning notifying me that he and his girlfriend have been able to escape to nearby Vietnam via boat. They are in good spirits, but still are not out of the woods yet as they still need to leave the region for fear of local intergovernmental relations leading to his potential extradition back to Thailand. As a result for their own safety they will not be posting again until they are home, but he wanted me to thank all of you on his behalf for your kind words and well wishes, and said he hopes to be back on the forum posting soon. He didn't give me much other information for obvious reasons, but at least we know he has made it out of the country, which is very good news. Hopefully we can help bring awareness to this issue so others do not find themselves in a similar situation in the future. Godspeed Elwar.

Great News Elwar!

https://i.imgur.com/aQX7O7S.mp4
Aand hes still on the run from a life of anal rape there is nothing to be happy about.
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April 19, 2019, 03:00:41 PM

https://twitter.com/lopp/status/1119242290256601090

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A year ago I began a new research project; the subject of this research was Craig Steven Wright. I finished my research a while ago but the article has been stuck in legal review by multiple teams of attorneys for over a month. Expecting to publish next week.

Unexpected news, get your popcorn ready.
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