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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 27 (20%)
1-10% - 18 (13.3%)
11-20% - 15 (11.1%)
21-30% - 19 (14.1%)
31-40% - 7 (5.2%)
41-50% - 14 (10.4%)
51-60% - 9 (6.7%)
61-70% - 6 (4.4%)
71-80% - 4 (3%)
81-90% - 2 (1.5%)
91-99% - 3 (2.2%)
100% - 11 (8.1%)
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moar than Trump?  what is this madness?

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May 18, 2019, 06:13:32 PM

FWIW, started GPU-mining in June 2011.

Solo CPU-mined a few entire blocks, as curiosities, about six months prior to that.

Amazing Bob. You make me look like a mere noob. I bought my first bitcoin’s in May 2014. Wish I was aware as early as yourself Smiley
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May 18, 2019, 06:20:02 PM

Yeah more than Trump. Possibly not more than salmon.



wow. fuck me Bob Wink . nice one
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Yeah.... MS being celebrate I guess, wine wine wine, drink drink drink, b00Z b00z booZ

Now just pump pUmp pUMp PUMP ?? Cheesy
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May 18, 2019, 06:22:03 PM

Does crytpoqueeeeen really need 2 glasses of wine?
where is el doggo?
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May 18, 2019, 06:26:03 PM

This is what people who keep money in bank deposits and are afraid of everything new look like.



To me what makes this pic so funny is how happy and oblivious the twins look in spite of the pretty in you face negative emotions of the workers. As a coiner I understand, we cant be troubled with the pain and suffering of nocoiners who refuse to leave the nocoiner plantation after hearing of the glory of King Bitcoin.  Cheesy

I think they are totally thrilled to be co-opted into a photo-op by billionaires while in a dead end POS job.
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May 18, 2019, 06:33:27 PM

A few preview vids of tomorrow night's 60 minutes (Sunday 7PM EST), with Laszlo :

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/meet-the-man-who-spent-millions-worth-of-bitcoin-on-pizza-60-minutes-2019-05-16/

"Are there nights you wake up," Cooper asks, "where you think, 'I could have had $800 million… if I hadn't bought those pizzas?'"

"I think thinking like that is… not really good for me," Hanyecz says.
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May 18, 2019, 06:40:43 PM

Does crytpoqueeeeen really need 2 glasses of wine?
where is el doggo?
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She can’t keep up I have to finish her left overs as well ! Roll Eyes

Starting to feel it.... body getting cosy
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May 18, 2019, 06:45:05 PM


If this shit stainless steel is worth $ 91 million, then what about Bitcoin?

$91 Million Record Koons Bunny
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May 18, 2019, 06:58:58 PM
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Bob started in 2011?  Years earlier.  

FWIW, started GPU-mining in June 2011.

Solo CPU-mined a few entire blocks, as curiosities, about six months prior to that.

Wow. No need for ASIC mining, then, LOL.
The only time this (full blocks mining solo) was possible later on was in eth in late 2015-early 2016.
Now Bob mines Grin (self-described).
However, Grin already accumulates slowly, though, and is inherently dilutive, so I am also doing it just for fun, no chance to make bank there.

I many ways, early btc/eth mining/buying was like venture capital investment. Some dude put in 100K in early Google and ended up with more than 1 bil worth of stock.
Blocks of 50 BTC at 10c were more like a computer game, probably, but it certainly pays to be a visionary when something formidable (like BTC or Google) materializes later on.
Kudos.
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May 18, 2019, 07:08:46 PM

Hello, WO`s gang!  Cheesy  
I think this picture shows the state of the world as a whole. Roll Eyes

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Bitstamp Starts Investigation After Large BTC Sell Leads to $250 Mln Liquidated on BitMEX

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitstamp-starts-investigation-after-large-btc-sell-leads-to-250-mln-liquidated-on-bitmex
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Bitstamp Starts Investigation After Large BTC Sell Leads to $250 Mln Liquidated on BitMEX

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitstamp-starts-investigation-after-large-btc-sell-leads-to-250-mln-liquidated-on-bitmex

They need to investigate themselves as to why they accept a limit sell order 2000 points below the market price.
That kind of order (not a market sell) should be simply rejected by the trading system (as an error).
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Bitstamp Starts Investigation After Large BTC Sell Leads to $250 Mln Liquidated on BitMEX

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitstamp-starts-investigation-after-large-btc-sell-leads-to-250-mln-liquidated-on-bitmex

They need to investigate themselves as to why they accept a limit sell order 2000 points below the market price.
That kind of order (not a market sell) should be simply rejected by the trading system (as an error).

Theres a reason why Bitmex is located in Seychelles Wink


If this shit stainless steel is worth $ 91 million, then what about Bitcoin?
[img=222]https://i.imgur.com/Xureyrm.png[/img]
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Gotta launder that dirty money....
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Gonna give whiskey another chance, which one should I take??

BTCMILLIONAIRE ??
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May 18, 2019, 07:48:49 PM

Now Bob mines Grin (self-described).
* BobLawblaw continues to shake mock-angry fist at Thermos.

Finally managed to mine > 60 GRIN. Ain't no fucking way the rig is going to pay for itself in the foreseeable future.

I bought some GRIN when theymos was recommending it. I’ve just left it on Bittrex & mostly forgotten about it.
Most likely a load of crap sadly.
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Gonna give whiskey another chance, which one should I take??

BTCMILLIONAIRE ??

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No whiskey reply, so i’m a n00b that doesn’t know what to take, mmmm gonna keep a wine instead Then....

Also @r0ach ...... my GF Said Mic take me there ...... so yes I did, have the time of my life again as a healthy couple.

F*** b00ze is talking
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May 18, 2019, 08:03:32 PM

Aiming at predicting the next move of BTC with upcoming sunday as we have seen sundays have always been quite bearish days.



I feel as per the Analysis that BTC has just started it's impulse wave 1 after the long consolidation phase. As the previous set of waves taking us to levels 5700-5800. This Run towards 8000 was a major wave action. Now what we are going through is the correction phase in which there are two possibilities.

i. We might see some more correction to .618 level of fibonacci touching the trendline of the channel to around 6800 levels and then see a movement upwards
ii. The correction we made at .5 level was final and we might see a rally towards the third wave immediately tomorrow this would be confirmed only if we get some bullish momentum tonight therefore forming a long wick with thin body.

Chances of (i) is more considering that RSI is still a bit above the 60 level it needs to take a support at 60 level and only then it will rise upward. However overall sentiment still looks bullish. But I would suggest to stay away from market and place your buy orders only above 8200 if we break it. The MACD is somewhat not giving any signs to support the analysis.

PS: This is just my analysis as to the price movement for educational purposes.

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Bitstamp Starts Investigation After Large BTC Sell Leads to $250 Mln Liquidated on BitMEX

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitstamp-starts-investigation-after-large-btc-sell-leads-to-250-mln-liquidated-on-bitmex

They need to investigate themselves as to why they accept a limit sell order 2000 points below the market price.
That kind of order (not a market sell) should be simply rejected by the trading system (as an error).


It sounds suspiciously like you are suggesting something like curbs or circuit breakers be put in place. Is that really the direction we want to go?


Personally, I will just observe that cries of market manipulation seem to mostly come after there is a sharp drop or correction, Hardly ever when there is a bull run or pamp. That being said, obvious moves are obvious and will probably draw scrutiny so one should be prepared for such eventualities.

Even having a few thousand bitcoin on key exchanges is a fairly large stick with the market as thin as it is. Such sticks get waved around on occasion it would seem.

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