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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
2023 - 39 (25.5%)
2024 - 60 (39.2%)
2025 - 40 (26.1%)
2026 - 4 (2.6%)
2027 - 2 (1.3%)
After 2027 - 3 (2%)
Never - 5 (3.3%)
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May 12, 2019, 09:45:39 AM

Any rational reason why Bitfinex led the charge and now is lagging behind?

There is nothing rational about paying $7000 for a timestamp inside a dystopian, permissioned ledger, tracking system.  One day after all this garbage blows up and nobody accepts anything but metals as money again, people will look back in shock that people were paying thousands of dollars for thin air.  It's even worse than fiat because after those hyperinflate you can at least set them on fire to keep warm.  When the currency bitcoin (a currency, not money - important distinction) eventually implodes - because every single currency that's ever existed goes to zero - you don't even get to have anything inside the bag while holding the bag.
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May 12, 2019, 09:45:49 AM

IT IS TIME!!



Still too fucking expensive. I told ya, ring me up when I can buy one of those for *1* BTC and maybe, just maybe, we can have a deal.
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It's so nice to go out for a walk on a beautifully sunny Sunday morning, and to come back home and see that your BTC is worth more that you left it...

A two-hour walk earned me 4 months worth of salary money...

Go Bitcoin, go!

That's how billionaires earn their fortunes. Only poor people earn their money with sweat blood and hard work. BTC will make you rich while you're chillin on a yacht with hot models...



Dude, this is HARD WORK too! Have the past months of suffering and sweating blood suddenly vanished from your memory?

I am still in shock and no amount of money will ever compensate for... Ok, $100K/BTC would do.
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May 12, 2019, 09:52:56 AM

I hope we are not going so good because some people cant do crap on binance.
I generaly like binance and even more bitstamp. Bitstamp is my no1 choice, binance no2

But I would be sad to see that when binance is again fully operational with deposits and withdrawals that this bull run would all the sudden stop.
I hope there is not some ugly stable coin game happening between some large crypto exchanges that now cant be done because one of large crypto exchange is temp out of dep/withdr. .
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May 12, 2019, 09:56:33 AM



No early celebration. No celebration yet.

This rise is too sudden, this smells manipulation.
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May 12, 2019, 09:58:56 AM

Only poor people earn their money with sweat blood and hard work. BTC will make you rich while you're chillin on a yacht with hot models...

It doesn't seem like you understand that bitcoin is not a resource, and that somewhere in the pipeline actual producers and resource owners have to be willing to give you their real stuff for your imaginary, valueless stuff.
Crypto-scammers like Mike Novogratz and Tim Draper who simply want to attempt to flip digital shitcoins like real estate for profit and not actually hold them would be required to want to hold their entire fortune locked in valueless, imaginary shitcoins or it all implodes.  That's really the only thing that has kept it from imploding so far, the equivalent of various real estate flippers temporarily holding the float in hopes they can dump their non-resource on another...wannabe flipper for profit.
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May 12, 2019, 10:03:59 AM

Only poor people earn their money with sweat blood and hard work. BTC will make you rich while you're chillin on a yacht with hot models...

It doesn't seem like you understand that bitcoin is not a resource, and that somewhere in the pipeline actual producers and resource owners have to be willing to give you their real stuff for your imaginary, valueless stuff.
Crypto-scammers like Mike Novogratz and Tim Draper who simply want to attempt to flip digital shitcoins like real estate for profit and not actually hold them would be required to want to hold their entire fortune locked in valueless, imaginary shitcoins or it all implodes.  That's really the only thing that has kept it from imploding so far, the equivalent of various real estate flippers temporarily holding the float in hopes they can dump their non-resource on some other fool for profit.

Sold 700$ and lower yet where again @ X 10+ at this moment

Solid moves you make there

Good morning r0ach and don’t forget buy silver at the low.
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May 12, 2019, 10:06:48 AM

And r0ach watch out ...... this is a place for gentleman.
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May 12, 2019, 10:07:30 AM



No early celebration. No celebration yet.

This rise is too sudden, this smells manipulation.

I love the smell of manipulation in the morning.
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No early celebration. No celebration yet.

This rise is too sudden, this smells manipulation.

I smell a beartroll  Cool
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May 12, 2019, 10:13:16 AM

It's all a paper scam.  Real resources are not represented by a spreadsheet, 0's and 1's, fiat, or anything digital.  And it appears Elwar - "I'm an anarchist and hate the govt", but works for the govt his entire life - has deleted his Facebook...not sure why someone pretending to be an anarchist would have a Facebook in the year 2019.
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May 12, 2019, 10:24:48 AM

$8k Incoming this time. Just like the good old days in 2017. Aaah.

We sure blew through $6k quickly.
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May 12, 2019, 10:29:52 AM

Real resources are not represented by a spreadsheet, 0's and 1's, fiat, or anything digital.

So, Internet is not a real resource?!... You're using imaginary resources to post imaginary messages on this imaginary forum.
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May 12, 2019, 10:36:57 AM

Second attempt at crashing it.  Roll Eyes

These fiat terrorists are an a affront to all that is good and wholesome.
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May 12, 2019, 10:38:19 AM
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a friend of mine needs cash to buy a decent mountainbike. i owe him one btc (from years ago). we decided to use his bitcoin that i kept safe for him for the bike. we met several times starting 6 weeks ago to find a way for him to cash out. he wants the bike really badly, but everytime we sit together he chickens out and suggests to wait a little longer. when btc went over $5k I went to him again, he suggested to wait "a little longer, maybe btc will rise higher". (he has no clue about crypto whatsoever)
when it went above $6k I really tried to convince him again. "dude, cash out, $6k is a very very good price" he replied we should wait some more "maybe it will rise to $7k or $8k?"   I felt sorry for his naiveness, told that this will not happen soon FOR SURE.

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May 12, 2019, 10:41:12 AM
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It's so nice to go out for a walk on a beautifully sunny Sunday morning, and to come back home and see that your BTC is worth more that you left it...

A two-hour walk earned me 4 months worth of salary money...

Go Bitcoin, go!
In my case, 1 day earned me 4 years salary  Grin

i remember last run to 20k. due the exchange daily limits i could not shovel money out fast enough. and at that rate i would never be able to get all the money out as i always had more money in the exchange than the day before, even after pulling the max. because the next day, the btc i still had in there was worth more than what i pulled out, even though there was less btc there after selling some.

i remember being pissed.

then i realized if that was my biggest problem... well.. i couldnt help but laugh. really put things in perspective.
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May 12, 2019, 10:49:00 AM

You know when we hit 21,000 all those dweebs are going to be like "if I had only held, I'll buy now and hold" I really think we will get a pump at 20k now a fall back
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May 12, 2019, 10:54:25 AM


1h with heiken ashi just to show that I am not a complete peasant...except on Tuesdays of course. Anyway..  #dyor

significant accumulation continues
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