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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 4 (3%)
<$6,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.8%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.5%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.3%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (4.5%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (9.1%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (4.5%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (8.3%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
>$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
$20,000 - 9 (6.8%)
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May 19, 2019, 01:44:08 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Seems we're back to to battling for $8k... currently $7962USD/$10724CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

We're right back where we were before that dump-o-rama a couple of nights ago. 3.5kBTC on Stamp alone? Lots more elsewhere? Honey badger don't give a fuck.
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May 19, 2019, 01:47:53 PM

Seems nobody is watching the charts, it's under 8000 again.
But its still over $7900 and was huge bump in less than 24 hours,don't be too greedy bro. Cheesy
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May 19, 2019, 01:57:55 PM
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Starting to think these ETF rumors for the May 21st approval might be real. More and more its starting to feel like insiders are buying bc they really know something we dont. ETF please and pamp it please! Cheesy

Do you think so?
I dunno, the SEC seem to hate the idea of a bitcoin ETF, every single attempt so far has been basically told to fuck off.

I don’t think so but I’d LOVE to be wrong on this. I think a bitcoin ETF would take us to a new ATH this year.


Certainly, I am not counting on any kind of ETF...

Probably the odds of an ETF approval any time soon, in the coming months or even this year are pretty low.

It seems that the hands of the SEC is going to need to be forced before approval takes place, and if there is some kind of feeling that they are being forced, even by potential competition of some other jurisdiction getting "in" first, then under those circumstances they might approve an ETF.

In other words, I have my doubts about some kind of "bullish insider information" being the driver of this particular run.... but what the fuck do I know about what others might know, beyond my own speculation and feelings that nothing special is going on behind the scenes?
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May 19, 2019, 02:00:30 PM

As of writing, bitcoin stays around $7850 after even hitting $8050 earlier today. Once again, we have seen another U-chart of Bitcoin, so next period might be a flat movements around $7850 to $8000, then if bitcoin can move up higher, it might break the point at $9600 to $10000. I tend to the next spike of bitcoin around $9600, but if amazing magic occurs, bitcoin might hit $10000.
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May 19, 2019, 02:05:40 PM

As of writing, bitcoin stays around $7850 after even hitting $8050 earlier today. Once again, we have seen another U-chart of Bitcoin, so next period might be a flat movements around $7850 to $8000, then if bitcoin can move up higher, it might break the point at $9600 to $10000. I tend to the next spike of bitcoin around $9600, but if amazing magic occurs, bitcoin might hit $10000.
All I can see about the price of bitcoin is $7910-$7940 on preev and on coinmarket cap its still traded over $8000 on many exchanges.
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May 19, 2019, 02:16:38 PM

$7940 on binance using Coinbase stablecoin. 8k is just a slip and a hop away.
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May 19, 2019, 02:21:05 PM
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Certainly, I am not counting on any kind of ETF...
Same here. BTC has tasted $20k without ETF, therefore, BTC can surpass it without ETF, ETF can only boost the process.
Only a very little percent/ a few people from the whole world hold BTC. After 10 years from now if 1/4th of the people think BTC is a must needed currency, guess what? I will be probably waiting for that day.

I am not too much happier with the price pump. As I mentioned earlier, I will be following DCA method, because of the pump, I can't buy big piece of the cake. FYI, my budget is fiat, like, I will buy X USD valued BTC each week.

$7940 on binance using Coinbase stablecoin. 8k is just a slip and a hop away.
I had seen $8k couple of hours ago, in CMC.
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May 19, 2019, 02:27:23 PM
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I don't give a fuck about no ETF
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May 19, 2019, 02:27:33 PM

poor quoting selection

One post wonder ignored, nice job on your first post.
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May 19, 2019, 02:27:53 PM

I hated the new Audi design. (All of them, they fucking destroyed A7 which is another dream car of mine)


Go see Avengers Endgame, you'll want to buy an Audi. The whole movie is an ad campaign for them.

I can't afford Audi so...

I am watching "12 Angry Men"
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May 19, 2019, 02:28:03 PM

All I can see about the price of bitcoin is $7910-$7940 on preev and on coinmarket cap its still traded over $8000 on many exchanges.

This is why I generally use Bitcoinaverage as my price reference. It averages the prices on the most exchanges worldwide weighted to volumes while excluding zero-fee exchanges. I see it as the most honest representation of real-world Bitcoin prices, far more accurate than any individual exchange.

It's also what the majority of actual BTC ATMs in Toronto use. That's real-world for me, actual bitcoins for banknotes.
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May 19, 2019, 02:28:11 PM

Is there a way to proof ownership of multiple bitcoin addresses in one go, without moving coins?

Let’s for example say I have one bitcoin split over 10 different addresses. Do I need to sign a message for each individual address, to proof ownership of the whole bitcoin?

I believe there is if you are using a Deterministic wallet from the beginning, I doubt you can now, check this out: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Deterministic_wallet

It allows you to derive multiple keys from a single starting point, essentially using different wallets but with the same seed, at that point you should be able to sign all of them at once, I think.
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May 19, 2019, 02:36:45 PM

Good Morning HODLER Companions,

this pump is great!!!!

lets keep this level so we can go much higher over the coming weeks.


I am so tired of all these people just refering to old chart patterns. Lets us go into new places where everybody doesnt know how it will play out.




Have a great sunday, enjoy your time and give a smile

It's almost like they think the market makers don't know about the history of the market and certainly won't use that to their advantage. Or exchanges have inside knowledge of postions and use it to farm plebs.

Surprise a ton of leveraged position liquidated again, wait thats not a surprise at all especially when it happens on an exchange that can print its own currency. Which yes I know didn't happen this time so spare me pointing that fact out, like it is a revelation, people.
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May 19, 2019, 02:38:06 PM

Is there a way to proof ownership of multiple bitcoin addresses in one go, without moving coins?
I am not sure but you can have tried it out- https://www.walletexplorer.com

If you can find out all the address associated in your wallet, then signed message from one single address is fine.
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You remind me a lot about the French author Houellebecq with his depressing view on life and his complete failure to connect with the other sex.

Stop trolling, Cryptobimbo.  Everyone knows women are not capable of surviving on their own under law of the jungle.  Their entire evolutionary strategy revolves around attempting to manipulate men to protect them and provide them with resources.  Everything about you from the way you think, the way you talk, the way you fake cry when you get caught doing something wrong to try and get out of it, is evolutionarily designed solely to try and trick, deceive, or exploit men, because without the man you just flat out die in most time periods of history.

Absolutely nothing pisses a woman off more than a man that knows exactly how their brain operates since it then becomes impossible for their manipulation and deception to work, then they have millions of years of evolutionary strategy down the drain.  Women are solipsistic creatures incapable of self introspection and would never admit it on their own, but when called out and described in detail, they say "oh shit, that is how women are designed.  Dammit, the goyim know.  I need to pretend it's not true".  So just like a woodpecker has no reason to exist without a tree to peck on, you have no reason to exist without constantly attempting to manipulate or exploit some random dumbass man.  

This is why women, no matter if they're 10 or 90, are always obssessed with things like romance novels and movies.  You're a mindless biological robot who is attempting to channel their programming to seek out and manipulate or exploit men and just rebranding it into the all encompassing term "romance".  You whine about my post because it's the truth, and the truth is very inconvenient for you.


One of your big thinking flaws comes from the fact that you generalize group properties and attribute them to each individual of a group like its a certainty.

All you've done is identify an inherent weakness in your own thinking and a strength of mine.  Females only care about things like interpersonal relationships and they're completely incapable of macro-view of populations.  This is why you have all these braindead women in Europe welcoming in invaders.  Even if you scientifically proved to them that 80% of the invaders would gladly murder them with an axe, they would say, well, it's only fair we let them in anyway because the other 20% are perfectly wonderful people.

Stereotypes and generalizations exist for a reason.  It's an inherent survival strategy.  Maybe cats don't like water because over millions of years, something would eat them when they got near a lake.  Claiming generalizations are bad is completely idiotic.  Stereotypes would also not even be offensive if they weren't based on the truth.

Women as a whole are not good thinkers or philosophers or anything like that because everything about your judgement is clouded by out of control hormones, motherly instinct, and all the other things that generally make women as a whole bi-polar-esque, overly emotional, irrational, and unstable.  Find something else to compete in because you're not logical enough to compete with me in any type of thinking activity.

Although I’m a bitcoin bull and I am somewhat entertained by your posts centred towards PM’s. I whole heartedly agree with your outtake on women and it is pretty much spot on. Most who disagree have been feminised by a society who keeps pushing the agenda that men and women are equal.
Crypto queen offers nothing of value here except shots of her fake French manicures, fake boobs in front of food? This is a gross representation of women today, desperate for attention and will seek it anywhere they can get it.

I like you microgoosens, Your twitter links give temporary relief to those of us holding in down trends. This woman of yours is no saint, think how many men have been through her before you and how hard they’ve been through her. Women like that can’t love for life, as with each guy they sleep with a piece of them breaks off and they become bitter, insecure and untrustworthy.

Something to think about moving forward.


As for roach, I know you think btc is set to implode and one player is manipulating the market in his favour. If true, how long do you think this can continue on?
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May 19, 2019, 02:43:48 PM

All I can see about the price of bitcoin is $7910-$7940 on preev and on coinmarket cap its still traded over $8000 on many exchanges.

This is why I generally use Bitcoinaverage as my price reference. It averages the prices on the most exchanges worldwide weighted to volumes while excluding zero-fee exchanges. I see it as the most honest representation of real-world Bitcoin prices, far more accurate than any individual exchange.

It's also what the majority of actual BTC ATMs in Toronto use. That's real-world for me, actual bitcoins for banknotes.

Even if theoretically, Bitcoinaverage might be more representative of worldwide average prices, in this thread, we seem to want to have some discussions of BTC price dynamics - involving walls, etc..... Seems a whole hell of a lot easier to attempt to figure those kinds of things out by reference to an exchange.. and so far bitstamp has proven to be the most representative regarding what is going on...

Of course, sometimes we might need to attempt some comparison(s) and contrast(s), so yeah, this last dump from about $8,200 to $6,200 was largely led by bitstamp, and most other exchanges did not go as far in their dump amount... binance and bitfinex only got down to $7k-ish, but still we can still attempt to analyze what is going on by using bitstamp as our reference point - Perhaps in some circumstances bitcoinaverage might be informative in those price dynamics regards - but instead bitcoinaverage seems to be a better retail consumption level tool to attempt to figure out how much you are potentially being gouged or not from ATMs or other kinds of merchant services.. whether on the buying or selling side.
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May 19, 2019, 02:44:26 PM

Woman only good for fucking and sucking, they just a toy.  They don't have any actual intelligence like men do.
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May 19, 2019, 02:47:01 PM

Woman only good for fucking and sucking, they just a toy.  They don't have any actual intelligence like men do.

Wauw another idiot or alt r0ach or what eva!

If don’t belong here go to OT or something Roll Eyes

Or farm Some Coco NUTS that require intelligence
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May 19, 2019, 02:50:40 PM

Surprise a ton of leveraged position liquidated again, wait thats not a surprise at all especially when it happens on an exchange that can print its own currency. 

Whether exchanges can print or not seems to be a bitter side point that you want to bring up, and who gives any shits? 

You likely already realize that BTC price will likely move in the direction of least resistance, so would that NOT involve a purposeful attempt to manipulate the fuck out of as many leveraged positions as possible in order to cause those leveraged positions to be used as a kind of fuel... That is called built in market dynamics, and does not imply any kind of nefariousness, except that rich peeps want to push as much and as far  as they can for as long as they can or until the dynamics turn into the opposite direction, then they will push in that opposite direction for as far and as long as they can. Just part of the BTC price dynamics territory, no?
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May 19, 2019, 02:52:33 PM

Woman only good for fucking and sucking, they just a toy.  They don't have any actual intelligence like men do.

Wauw another idiot or alt r0ach or what eva!

If don’t belong here go to OT or something Roll Eyes

You need to go to Off topic, you use this thread as your own instagram page you attention seeking bitch, you might as well be a female.  So don't tell me where to go mother fuck.
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