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Question: 8/16 Closing Price (yeah, it's a Sunday):
0 - 2 (3.9%)
<$10,500 - 3 (5.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 1 (2%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 5 (9.8%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 11 (21.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 17 (33.3%)
>$12,500 - 10 (19.6%)
>$20,000 - 2 (3.9%)
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June 06, 2019, 04:21:56 AM

but I would guess at least 60-80 with an average of 2 guests each so that would mean at least 210 people.

Maybe only 50 of us old hatters still active here...

And average of 2 guests seems a bit too much. Most guys have only one GF/wife. Smiley
So maybe 1 guest per old hat...

I would say maybe we'll get 50 people for US party plus 50 people for Europe party.

One does not simply bring a gf/wife to a strip club. The smart ones would leave them at home Wink

You might be surprised...
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June 06, 2019, 04:28:41 AM

Fixing a date (based on Halvening, say?) and finding out well in advance how many takers there are makes it more feasible to set up, I would have thought.  Shoot me down, by all means - but people have lives and need to plan in advance - even decent hotels, restaurants etc are best booked in advance, surely...  Not many people will put a deposit down for a party on an unknown future date.  So how would you know numbers in order to book anything?

I hate to hammer on this, but 600watt has already worked through many of these issues.

Example: whilst the 1K party was in discussion, Dec 2013 happened. Wham bam, thank you m'am. Over 1000 in a flash, above it for less than a week, never to be seen again for a crypto winter.

The planning committee's rational response: over 1K for a month triggers the party date.

Ultimately prescient.
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June 06, 2019, 04:45:13 AM

Hi guys, hows it hangin'?

Is CSW getting messages deleted from the forum? I got PM´s that many of my posts where I used his name were deleted, any particular reason?

This thread? Ask infofront.

Elsewhere? Don't know what to tell you.

Though I must admit, I am curious my spidey senses are tingling.
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June 06, 2019, 04:46:02 AM

Trying my best to be the morning guy LOL

Good morning WO.
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June 06, 2019, 04:49:57 AM

Good morning, sir. And goodnight!
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June 06, 2019, 04:51:11 AM

Good morning WO!
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June 06, 2019, 04:53:44 AM

+ + +  MORE THAN 220 RESERVATIONS  + + +

That's an epic thread, 64 pages of party planning. Lots of Legendaries no longer with us...

Many yet walk amongst us. Observe and cogitate.... Interject only when necessary ...
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June 06, 2019, 04:54:56 AM



"Bitcoin’s TAAR and Price"

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An experimental metric used to gauge the quantity and quality of activity on bitcoin’s network clocked a 28-week high last Saturday,
signaling the cryptocurrency’s latest price rally may be more fundamentally driven than many expect.

The Transaction Amount to Active Addresses Ratio (TAAR), first proposed by CoinDesk Contributor and Pugilist Ventures Founder Chris Brookins,
divides bitcoin’s 24-hour adjusted transaction volume (USD) by the number of its active addresses to identify how much each active address spends in transactions per day on average.

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoins-2019-price-run-driven-by-real-transaction-growth-analysis-shows?

Good morning WO,s +/- 7,800
We continue with the planned plan.

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June 06, 2019, 05:00:15 AM

Good morning, sir. And goodnight!
Goodnight info.
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June 06, 2019, 05:00:45 AM

-snip-
Though I must admit, I am curious my spidey senses are tingling.

1h

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June 06, 2019, 05:04:40 AM

Infofront, sorry if this is too off topic but I wanted to clarify a recent posting of mine. I am running a two for one liquidity matching bonus for Bitcointalk related LN nodes and had a TOR user commit 15mSAT with me and I cannot easily reciprocate because I am IPV4 only. I hope to resolve things with the node operator via a private channel at the very least.

Edit Wednesday, June 5th, 2019:

I do not run TOR. My node is only accessible via IPV4. I cannot publicly reciprocate with TOR nodes connecting with me. I have set aside 100,000,000 SAT in a limited two for one liquidity swap for LND node operators part of the Bitcointalk community. I will match your incoming liquidity (MinChanSize 3,000,000 SAT) back to you two for one, up to a maximum of 15,000,000 SAT, until my balance is exhausted.

#LnGirlsAreEasyPeasy
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June 06, 2019, 05:17:39 AM


Worst case: you got money for free to buy your house.
Best case: you got your house for free and saved some btc

inb4 we'd be in Dire Straits

Money for nothing is one thing...
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June 06, 2019, 05:19:55 AM

Imagine selling a big % at $100,000 & then 3 weeks later we’re at $200,000.
Unlikely if many long timers are selling a bit lots at 100k...

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June 06, 2019, 05:20:51 AM

You simply cannot time any top. (Traders confident in their own systems may disagree.) If you insist on selling some bitcoin Roll Eyes, you have to set scaled asks.
No doubt JJG can tell us more. Much more. Tongue

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June 06, 2019, 05:24:42 AM

Sure it might seem futile if [you are] comparing himself to other WO members or even the hypothetical bitcoin holdings of other WO members (who are largely quasi-fictitional avatars)




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The Schroedinger event may or may not be the $100K party. Only one way to find out.
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June 06, 2019, 05:26:35 AM

I will front 10k towards dinner and drinks if/when btc hits 100k, provided I’m invited.
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June 06, 2019, 05:38:27 AM

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Bitcoin prior drop greater than 10% led to a bull breakout from an ascending triangle.

Can history repeat?
https://twitter.com/CoinDeskMarkets/status/1136488611153448961/photo/1

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$BTC Pullback Areas

The lowest I see Bitcoin pulling back is the .618 fib ($5404) as any lower would be bearish, IMO

Major confluence w/ previous support/resistance between $6109 to $6814

I'm personally watching for a bounce in this area with major interest near $6400 (VPVR)
https://twitter.com/Josh_Rager/status/1136479195394191366/photo/1

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June 06, 2019, 05:43:38 AM

You simply cannot time any top. (Traders confident in their own systems may disagree.)

But you can get close enough




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