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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 19 (19.8%)
1-10% - 11 (11.5%)
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21-30% - 15 (15.6%)
31-40% - 4 (4.2%)
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81-90% - 2 (2.1%)
91-99% - 0 (0%)
100% - 8 (8.3%)
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May 04, 2019, 09:46:21 AM

https://www.pcmag.com/news/368158/hacker-tries-to-ransom-github-code-repositories-for-bitcoin
as ever, script kiddies vs microsoft
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May 04, 2019, 09:54:29 AM


^
Still hoping to be hit by the sword of source making Smiley

You're doing it wrong. You're supposed to use lightsabers today.
That is fucking brilliant. I’ll have to go back & Merit it

Haha THX, found it amusing myself as well Cheesy
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May 04, 2019, 09:55:56 AM



https://twitter.com/apompliano/status/1124248951119593472?s=21

I remember seeing the market cap at about 3 billion USD when I started buying corn.

How did you actually end up so early in BTC?? I told my luckbox story already numerous of times.....
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May 04, 2019, 09:59:16 AM

Anyone else believe that #bitcoin #bitcoinprice needs more #users and contrarians to sustain its climb?



https://twitter.com/JasonMeyersNYC/status/1124306086570397697
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May 04, 2019, 10:02:18 AM
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https://twitter.com/apompliano/status/1124248951119593472?s=21

I remember seeing the market cap at about 3 billion USD when I started buying corn.

How did you actually end up so early in BTC?? I told my luckbox story already numerous of times.....

Funnily enough a guy who used to buy a lot of stuff from us wholesale was a very wealthy guy. He was a property developer & you’ll laugh - a poker player. Any way he basically just told me bitcoin is going to be huge. He told me to just buy 1BTC & not check the price for 10 years (this was 2014).

I bought 1BTC for £400 (price at the time). I started to get obsessed & I was buying 0.5BTC every week. This went on for a long time. Then the price went down to like £200 per coin & I was buying 1BTC every week.

I found the forum & got obsessed with this place. This was my first ever post here, look LOL.

Hi guys,

I'm new here but not particularly new to BTC.

I've been investing for just under 6 months & have so far amassed 8.75 BTC, I bought most of my coins when the price was around £350 (GBP) , unsure what that is in dollars but I'm at a pretty bad loss currently.

We're down to around £247 (GBP) as we speak, do I continue to invest in BTC or just hold what I've got?

I'm in a pretty healthy situation where the money I've invested so far isn't crucial to me, I live pretty comfortably so experts.......do I stay on 8.75 BTC or buy more gradually as I've done so far?

I'm not interested in selling.

Thanks in advance.

See bold - I bought more, lots more Cheesy

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I could summarize my analysis on the following phrase: "Swing pull back, consolidation and almost $10000 by the end of 2019"!

But I guess that wouldn't be enough as you, like me, want some justification, a technical foundation behind every price movement. And you are right!

So on today's analysis I have used two indicators: the Gaussian Channel and the Normalized MACD (NMACD).

The Gaussian Channel clearly shows that Bitcoin is entering the red ( bearish reversal) zone which in 2015 delivered the last rejection before the final low of the consolidation phase (or as others like to call it the "Accumulation/ Distribution phase"). The final low (in 2015) provided a +165% rise on th next bullish sequence. If we apply this on the current price action, we will be looking at roughly $9650 by December 2019.

Note that both sequences take place within the swing curve leading into the Halvings.

On top of that, the NMACD clearly shows us where we stand within the cycle (noted with purple circles) and the consolidation that is to come.

Do you agree with my $10000 end-of-year estimate? Do you think it is too optimistic? As always let me know in the comments section!


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Damn LFC you made me just look back to my first POST in here, that looks ugly Roll Eyes
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^
Still hoping to be hit by the sword of source making Smiley

Btw crazy plans some of the members? After all its Saturday again, damn times go's fast....

Still remember a year ago when the talking was about BTC will be "bearish" until 2020, or next halving or.... whatever, that sh*t was looking so far from us and today its like those post were yesterday, DAMN time flies, remember enjoy as lot as you can during work, during HODL cause before we know precious time has fly by and cannot be recovered @any cost..........

HODL and enjoy, don't be to greedy and make pleasure with who's dearest for you Smiley
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@mic sorry mate but imnvho you gotta merit in your local boards, (or anywhere else but here, collectibles and sport) ...
some proportion of the times, like half?
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May 04, 2019, 10:34:18 AM

I went out there, it was horrible

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May 04, 2019, 10:35:03 AM


Set your date back a few days and reload plugins until they fix it.

BTW, use Ublock Origins not adblock or plus.

My system date? It's on automatically. I can change that of course.
Why ublock instead of adblockplus?
I will wait and they would probably fix it overnight as they seem to be 'activating' devs to do this (even at a higher cost).
BTW, the ancient Firefox 48 is NOT affected and work with maybe 99% of sites.
Keeping something older in house (just in case).

another vote for ublock origin. i believe the original adblock sold out and now has an internal whitelist of ads it shows.

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May 04, 2019, 10:38:59 AM

Are there any WO snooker fan members?
SF's are almost done - up for the World Snooker championship final.

Been a huge fan since I could wank my ... and thought it was a bad thing to do so. Grin
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I went out there, it was horrible

Your service will forever be honoured. Perhaps on a Globb0 day.
But He-who-rules-us wants them cogent foreigners splurged with that merit bukkake and who am I to wonder why not?
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Set your date back a few days and reload plugins until they fix it.

BTW, use Ublock Origins not adblock or plus.

My system date? It's on automatically. I can change that of course.
Why ublock instead of adblockplus?
I will wait and they would probably fix it overnight as they seem to be 'activating' devs to do this (even at a higher cost).
BTW, the ancient Firefox 48 is NOT affected and work with maybe 99% of sites.
Keeping something older in house (just in case).

another vote for ublock origin. i believe the original adblock sold out and now has an internal whitelist of ads it shows.

update on software/OS: i NEVER set automatic installs for me. i am notified of them. then i wait a week or so with an ear to the various tech sides to see if anyones program or system got hosed or othwise endesireable effects (and i image the drive when upgrading important proggies 1st). THEN i install.

I agree with you I use ublock origin it is very help blocked unwanted add I using the free version browser Google Chrome.
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May 04, 2019, 10:59:40 AM

Sorry for offtopic!
But I want to share with you the great joy!
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https://twitter.com/cryptomanran/status/1113876430721564673

And I became a 100,000 follower!
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It remains to contact him, and specify the conditions of receipt)
How to do it right?
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This is my first HUGE win! Shakes me
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May 04, 2019, 11:03:06 AM
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Hey guys, I just landed at Haneda airport in Tokyo.
It's already late here and I'm f... tired so I'm not gonna do anything tonight.
I just wanted to post a cool thing I saw at the airport.
Some of you probably heard about a store called Bic Camera. There are many of them here. They sell electronics but also some other stuff.
Well they accept Bitcoin as a payment. How cool is it that one of the first things I see here is Bitcoin related ?








I hope I can post more, much more tomorrow.
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May 04, 2019, 11:09:07 AM
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roman
don't believe twitter numbers, sorry, don't get your hopes up
direct message him your pictures now

do not put any more personal information in twitter direct messages
ask him for an email address, then use privnote.com to send him a postal address to send that thing to (even this is not very safe, depends on your need for privacy and security......) or ask him for his pgp and use that
then don't open it or use it, and flog it with the provenance on ebay
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https://twitter.com/lopp/status/1124493788775370754
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May 04, 2019, 12:12:51 PM
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^^
Damn LFC you made me just look back to my first POST in here, that looks ugly Roll Eyes

Decided to dig mine up

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199141.msg4335360#msg4335360

Looks like I was mining shitcoins to start my BTC stash building.
I ended up with 4 rigs in the end and sold them off about 6 months later having made a small but tidy stash and recouped about half of my investment in the hardware but had already amassed enough BTC to easily make up the difference.
The rest is history.
Gonna start digging around on some early posts of other WO hodlers for a laugh.
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the price will fall slow to 3000 dollars, go to the dollar now or to BitcoinSV,
it not to fall more, the BSV price is minimal now


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May 04, 2019, 01:08:24 PM

This article explains clearly what happened with BFX. This reminds me of the exchange BTC-e, which was shut down suddenly by the USA government agencies, although it wasn't situated in USA. I think it was a Russian exchange with servers in Bulgaria. The customers have to wait years with little hope to get their money back. Again money laundering issues. I would not be surprised if one day the logos "Seized by FBI..." appear when you visit BFX page. There is a serious violation of USA laws, so that is a possibility. Some whales are aware of that and they started withdrawing BTC instead of fiat. Anyway, the bull run has been unleashed and the shutting down of BFX won't stop it!

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