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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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May 16, 2019, 01:44:04 PM

Damn, Litecoin did pop to catch up. Bullish for Bitcoin....
Isnt it funny charlie lee is selling his physical litecoin and btc coins in the collectibles section?  Cheesy
I cant remember but I think he is taking bids in bitcoin. Wink

note just checked and the bids for the lealana coins were auctioned and paid in ltc.

I understand that frequently once a person becomes publicly known, then there is a decent amount of consistency to continue to do various transactions in a public kind of way.

Anyhow, I would have presumed that Charlie has a value of wealth that at least exceeds 1,000 bitcoins, presuming that he sold a decent amount of LTC in early 2017 and may have either transferred some of that value to BTC or merely invested that sold LTC value in other properties/assets.  I would also imagine that whatever LTC he sold in early 2017 would have been at least in the thousands of LTC and more likely approaching or beyond 10k LTC territory... so even though I am talking a bit from a speculative angle, I cannot imagine why there would be any real urgency to engage in public transactions of physical BTC or physical LTC - except that public peeps want to engage in public acts for the sake of publicity?
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May 16, 2019, 01:44:35 PM

Hey guys, have you seen rebal15, I'm kinda worried. Grin
He is on bitfinex when he is not working. Nothing to do on WO when the market is green.

He must like losing money... Smiley

Just sold everything with some lost.
Now moving to bittrex to sell some shitcoin (3 shitcoin).

Sorry to hear that rebal.

But yes! There are two!!!
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May 16, 2019, 02:01:32 PM

TD Ameritrade Exec: tens of thousands of our clients are interested in crypto.

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We get calls, emails, 60,000 clients have traded something in this complex,” Steven Quirk, TD Ameritrade executive vice president, remarked during a panel at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2019. As Quirk said later: “As soon as you open the door, you’re going to get a lot of people” looking to participate in the market.

https://www.coindesk.com/td-ameritrade-exec-tens-of-thousands-of-our-clients-are-interested-in-crypto

Some of the financial institutions that do not want to get into bitcoin (or "crypto" as mainstream wants to characterize the related sector) are likely going to have to create obstacles if they want to keep out either institutional or retail investors.

In other words, like the above-linked article seems to describe, financial institutions are likely to be flooded with interest in bitcoin or "crypto-related" or whatever financial instrument that is offered in the coming years... If financial institutions want to keep peeps from investing, they will have to fight them away. hahahahaaha
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May 16, 2019, 02:13:12 PM

Bitcoin’s Security is Fine

Fears over the declining block reward are overblown


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One Question

when 5-digits

When 12344? (or was it 12688 or smth?)

12288$ (@that time 10K €....)


Yeah time to update those lists, pffffffff where are they again, deep surge, or does anyone got them close Cheesy

And why never put in something yourself?

Or do I need to make a Bcash game (F*** only one player, you would always win) Tongue

Fake News!!!!!!  Bcash is going to have at least 6 players:  They gots:  Jbreher, roger ver, craig wright, jihan Wu, Calvin Ayre and peter Rizun

Left out mengerian.

I am not sure if I should further open these kinds of cans of worms, but I am going down the path of thinking:

"Wait a second.  You are trying to suggest that bcash has "sound money" on its side?"

Seems a bit crazy if some bcashers, such as jbreher, is going to argue that bcash is more sound money - but I can't put anything past some of these BIG BLOCKERs in regard to their logical and factual inconsistencies. 

O.k... o.k. o.k.  I understand that my provocativeness is kind of inviting a jbreher response when, recently, he had been less "bad" then usual in terms of his nonsense trolling.

By the way, it might not be out of line for me to reiterate here that my objections to bcash does not really revolve around theoretical arguments that either BIG BLOCKs or emphasizing merchant adoption might not somehow lead to more liquidity and and perhaps even fewer layers of technical complexity, but instead I remain more frustrated by the disingenuiness of bcashers in regards to their failure and refusal to try to work within bitcoin - and creating pump and dump vehicles that are more destructive to the exploration of possible technical solutions while largely misleading regular people with their stupid-ass bullshit assertions that they are the real bitcoin.

Anywhoooo, another problema with attempting to assert that bcash is more sound money does seem to revolve around the centralized control of the various bcash forkenings.. so I have some difficulties with that angle of any kind of "superior sound money" claims that you, jbreher, seem to be suggesting to be in the camp of the bcashers.
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May 16, 2019, 02:27:22 PM

Come on Elon you don't need all the ETH.
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Actually wish I bought BCH back in december when it was $80, 5x from those prices to today.  Oh well lol, everyone was calling it a deadcoin.

Looks like the money is starting to go back into eth, the btc ratio had very strong support at .025.  That was a nice buying opportunity if you were looking to only increase your btc amount.
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May 16, 2019, 02:33:52 PM

Actually wish I bought BCH back in december when it was $80, 5x from those prices to today.  Oh well lol, everyone was calling it a deadcoin.

Looks like the money is starting to go back into eth, the btc ratio had very strong support at .025.  That was a nice buying opportunity if you were looking to only increase your btc amount.
I'm calling it dead
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May 16, 2019, 02:36:16 PM

~snip~

Call me an age scientist pessimist. 


This debate is philosophical and for some peeps, just waste of time or pure bullshit "read very young and very old " I comes in midway and I want 30 more years of healthy life if I make it on this mark, then I can push 20 more years easily if life doesn't come in a way.

key is "take care of your body when you are young" IMHO.


Note : I just learned today via Google that "FTFY" means "Fixed That For You"  don't laugh Cheesy

There might be some value in maintaining at least some basis for taking care of yourself while you are young, but I tend to believe that the evidence supports that human bodies can handle, recover from and even become stronger from certain kinds of strains and abuse during youth, so in that regard, there are a decent amounts of strains and abuses during youth that don't necessarily cause irreversible damage - that are more likely to be more problematic to entertain various kinds of abuses when the body is older and less able to recover as quickly. 

With anything there can be degrees, and of course, certain kinds of abuses during youth could either inhibit growth and cause irreversible damage.  Also, as we age, we certainly cannot go back and change the past, so we will carry whatever baggage that we have and have to deal with our longevity prospects within the confinements of the baggage of our history.  Frequently, we can come across some examples of people who overcame considerable obstacles to be able to either live longer than expected or to be able to do things that were thought to be out of their reach, due to their persistence and focus - but I am NOT of any kind of allusion that there are not trade-offs to those kinds of focuses... so for example, a person who does not have certain physical limitations might be able to pursue a lot more variety of activities that might not be available for someone who is focusing on overcoming a physical limitation that they have.
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Just a short break before we start climbing again

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I made this silly video some of you guys may appreciate:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHnnj2noPak

Thought I'd share it here for any of you guys that are too cool to visit le reddit.
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May 16, 2019, 03:24:53 PM

Actually wish I bought BCH back in december when it was $80, 5x from those prices to today.  Oh well lol, everyone was calling it a deadcoin.

Looks like the money is starting to go back into eth, the btc ratio had very strong support at .025.  That was a nice buying opportunity if you were looking to only increase your btc amount.
I'm calling it dead

It's on tons of exchanges. It has bitcoin in the name. It's 'cheaper'.

That's all the average dunderhead wants. It's deffo not dead.

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Just a short break before we start climbing again




WTF this picture cant be real.
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May 16, 2019, 03:29:34 PM

Actually wish I bought BCH back in december when it was $80, 5x from those prices to today.  Oh well lol, everyone was calling it a deadcoin.

Looks like the money is starting to go back into eth, the btc ratio had very strong support at .025.  That was a nice buying opportunity if you were looking to only increase your btc amount.
I'm calling it dead

It's on tons of exchanges. It has bitcoin in the name. It's 'cheaper'.

That's all the average dunderhead wants. It's deffo not dead.


It's dead to me
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May 16, 2019, 03:30:37 PM

oh man

silver sale today

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May 16, 2019, 03:31:07 PM

-snip-

Anyhow, I would have presumed that Charlie has a value of wealth that at least exceeds 1,000 bitcoins, presuming that he sold a decent amount of LTC in early 2017 and may have either transferred some of that value to BTC or merely invested that sold LTC value in other properties/assets.  I would also imagine that whatever LTC he sold in early 2017 would have been at least in the thousands of LTC and more likely approaching or beyond 10k LTC territory... so even though I am talking a bit from a speculative angle, I cannot imagine why there would be any real urgency to engage in public transactions of physical BTC or physical LTC - except that public peeps want to engage in public acts for the sake of publicity?
This would explain why he is signing some of those coins which were won in auction he is not for others. Undecided
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Halvening centric perspective on Bitcoin price. H/T @StoicTrader_ & @MLescrauwaet

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Also the fibonachi resistance held 5 times then it broke but has dropped below again by 200 dollars.    At the  moment looks like it's just tempting people to go long before the bloodbath.  Finex is 60% long, that's a lot of leveraged longs and the oderbooks are thin on the ground.  Personally i don't think it wlll go much higher than 8040 on stamp for next few days maybe weeks.   Im not buying now until there is a firm bottom tested Wink  
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May 16, 2019, 03:47:40 PM

 It shows each bear market accumulation phase gaining significant length between peaks, as I've highlighted with the yellow squares, so an actual $20k-style pump and dump wouldn't even occur till like late 2021 or early 2022.

What the fuck, roach?

That's your "conservative" BTC price prediction?

If you seriously believe that BTC prices can go to $20k-ish in 2-ish years, which is at least a 3x price appreciation from here, then you better (the fuck) be investing in bitcoin. 

Yeah, I understand that you believe that Gold, silver and other PMs (such as copper, right?) have decent upside potential too, but 3x in 2-ish years?  I really doubt PMs got anything close to that kind of pumpening in them absent some kind of Armageddon-like event, which is no way close to any kind of reasonable or prudent bet.
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