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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 27 (20.5%)
1-10% - 18 (13.6%)
11-20% - 15 (11.4%)
21-30% - 18 (13.6%)
31-40% - 7 (5.3%)
41-50% - 14 (10.6%)
51-60% - 9 (6.8%)
61-70% - 5 (3.8%)
71-80% - 4 (3%)
81-90% - 2 (1.5%)
91-99% - 3 (2.3%)
100% - 10 (7.6%)
Total Voters: 132

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June 06, 2019, 05:42:24 PM

Lambie I'd love to come to Vegas, but I must insist that we have a serious moment. Perhaps the address at the dinner could be given by that foremost bitcoin expert Ms Izabella Kaminska. I believe you know her well enough to invite her?

I hope you come to the Vegas party.
Sorry, Lambo Slayer, this was just a joke really. I can't get in to the US because of a youthful indiscretion.

Location aside, sadly I largely agree with Bob, not because I claim to be of the same ... girth as him, but still because of opsec reasons. Despite appearances I am very wary and hard to convince, and there are tons of things I just don't do irl. So we'll see.


I know you all could care less but if the party takes place in the U.S. I could not attend. I was a green card holder but used my regular (foreign) passport when entering the U.S. in 2003. They were about to throw me in jail for a couple of years because of this but was deported instead with life long forbidden re-entry. kind of sucks because half my family lives in the U.S.

I understand tough that Vegas makes sense.  Cry

It seems like we'll end up with a party on each side of the pond, with options to go to either or both.

folks, I just will attend if I can stay anonymous and only in countries with no death penalty because of OpSec.

I'm this guy here:


EDIT: not possible for me to eat something the whole time but I'm able to drink with straw.

Wow this is a brilliant idea this one! Why don't we all just wear these things and stay anonymous? Also nice to hide from paparazzis looking for some BTC nouveau riche pics...  Grin  looks very much like helmets the Daft Punk guys were wearing?
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June 06, 2019, 06:15:54 PM

I would also like to see that BTC costs USD 9,000, but the reality is different. As you can see on the weekly BTC price chart, all indicators point to a decline in the following days.



There's nothing to worry about. It is also possible to play on declines using the margin, which may make waiting for the reversal of the trend very profitable  Wink.



Everything seems to indicate that the scenario from a few years ago will be repeated and we will see a drop from 30 to 50%, i.e. that we can see prices for BTC at 7,200 or even 6,400 USD. Chance to buy cheap BTC in the next few days if you have not done it yet. Probably, it will be the last chance for a cheap ticket for this train.
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June 06, 2019, 06:30:13 PM

I’ll have some fiat freed up tomorrow again so I’ll hopefully get some more cheap coin.
Not keen on the price to go too low though. Not in the mood for a load of weak ass bitches selling to drop it low.
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June 06, 2019, 06:31:19 PM

We are definitely going down to somewhere near $6000 again, HOWEVER we should retest $9000 about 40 days after we first hit it.

So mid July we will be around $9000 again. This is November/December 2015 all over, its pretty much the same. We saw a 200% move up from the bottom, both times, followed by a 40% decline, its possible we hit $5400 on a wick, but I would be looking at $6000-$6500 as our next higher low, which will then be followed by a retest of $9000 40 days from when we first hit it, same as in 2015 it hit $500, bounced down to $300 then hit $500 about 40 days later.
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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh
Nothing wrong with it, im fairly certain it will go down to $6000, HOWEVER I bought Bitcoin yesterday and I dont regret it whatsoever.

Long term, the difference between buying at $7500 and $6000 is small, you cant time these things, just ask the masses of people who didnt buy at the $3000 level.
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June 06, 2019, 06:35:22 PM

I've still got some fiat sitting on an exchange, waiting for that $2,850 dip.
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I'll probably just use it up if we get to the $6,000s. If we drop to the low $6,000s, I'll lock and load some more.
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I've still got some fiat sitting on an exchange, waiting for that $2,850 dip.
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I'll probably just use it up if we get to the $6,000s. If we drop to the low $6,000s, I'll lock and load some more.
The only way I see $2850 is if we doubled topped at $20k because we went parabolic again. With that said, I dont think we see $20k in the immediate future, or a parabolic move to $20k this year. I think next year we will see $20k at some point after the halving and then in 2021 we see Bitcoins run for glory. ($100k-$500k)
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We are definitely going down to somewhere near $6000 again, HOWEVER we should retest $9000 about 40 days after we first hit it.

So mid July we will be around $9000 again. This is November/December 2015 all over, its pretty much the same. We saw a 200% move up from the bottom, both times, followed by a 40% decline, its possible we hit $5400 on a wick, but I would be looking at $6000-$6500 as our next higher low, which will then be followed by a retest of $9000 40 days from when we first hit it, same as in 2015 it hit $500, bounced down to $300 then hit $500 about 40 days later.

Another SOMA prediction based on NOTHING. Why in every shitty prediction we first need to go down before going up?  Grin
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We are definitely going down to somewhere near $6000 again, HOWEVER we should retest $9000 about 40 days after we first hit it.

So mid July we will be around $9000 again. This is November/December 2015 all over, its pretty much the same. We saw a 200% move up from the bottom, both times, followed by a 40% decline, its possible we hit $5400 on a wick, but I would be looking at $6000-$6500 as our next higher low, which will then be followed by a retest of $9000 40 days from when we first hit it, same as in 2015 it hit $500, bounced down to $300 then hit $500 about 40 days later.

Another SOMA prediction based on NOTHING. Why in every shitty prediction we first need to go down before going up?  Grin
Its not based on nothing.
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We are definitely going down to somewhere near $6000 again, HOWEVER we should retest $9000 about 40 days after we first hit it.

So mid July we will be around $9000 again. This is November/December 2015 all over, its pretty much the same. We saw a 200% move up from the bottom, both times, followed by a 40% decline, its possible we hit $5400 on a wick, but I would be looking at $6000-$6500 as our next higher low, which will then be followed by a retest of $9000 40 days from when we first hit it, same as in 2015 it hit $500, bounced down to $300 then hit $500 about 40 days later.


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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh

Bob, check infofront’s PM
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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh
Nothing wrong with it, im fairly certain it will go down to $6000, HOWEVER I bought Bitcoin yesterday and I dont regret it whatsoever.

Long term, the difference between buying at $7500 and $6000 is small, you cant time these things, just ask the masses of people who didnt buy at the $3000 level.

So if one buys 1000, 6K BTC its not big of a difference with 7,5K BTC? when they rise to a 100K ?

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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh

That feeling when you have a good buy, a must buy! But same time wanna reach out to that good looking bottle of alcohol  Roll Eyes
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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh

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By the way, are you watching England vs Netherlands?

It's 1 - 0 for England and 5 minutes left for the half time.
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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh
Nothing wrong with it, im fairly certain it will go down to $6000, HOWEVER I bought Bitcoin yesterday and I dont regret it whatsoever.

Long term, the difference between buying at $7500 and $6000 is small, you cant time these things, just ask the masses of people who didnt buy at the $3000 level.

So if one buys 1000, 6K BTC its not big of a difference with 7,5K BTC? when they rise to a 100K ?

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There is a difference but there is a much bigger difference if they dont buy at 7.5k because they want 6k, and then bitcoin rises to 100K while they are still waiting for 6k.

If Bitcoin goes to $100k

$1000 at 7.5K=$13,330
$1000 at 6.0k=$16,660

So you would risk $13,330 because of a $3,330 difference? $1,000 vs $13,330 is a lot more riskier than $13,330 vs $16,660
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Whelp, just bought another $1,000 worth of corn below $7,500, so I guess that's nice  Huh

$1000 buys a btc "dole" of about 44 average earthlings.  
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Me just B*tching with the same thing someone (think JJG) said to me  Tongue

I also think long term, all these prices are good buys, just buy whatever FIAT when possible now its all in these kind of ranges!

And be glad you're an early adopter and able of buying corn!
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June 06, 2019, 07:45:54 PM

Its quiet and BTC is a bit lower today, that said walking into the Cinema and curious how this new X-men movie will be

I didn't fully liked Godzilla 2, expected more but...

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