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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 19 (19.6%)
1-10% - 11 (11.3%)
11-20% - 12 (12.4%)
21-30% - 15 (15.5%)
31-40% - 4 (4.1%)
41-50% - 10 (10.3%)
51-60% - 8 (8.2%)
61-70% - 5 (5.2%)
71-80% - 3 (3.1%)
81-90% - 2 (2.1%)
91-99% - 0 (0%)
100% - 8 (8.2%)
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... Tuarid meteor swarm and a possible relationship to the Tunguska explosion of 1908....





I thought it was Nikola Tesla
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June 13, 2019, 05:49:53 PM

So back up to 8k and stuck here. Need a breakout to 50k, when will this happen?

$50,000?
Some time in early 2021.

DYOR - I am total degenerate bitcoin obsessed weirdo
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I thought it was Nikola Tesla


Not bad...not bad..

Have a +1 WOsMerit for conspiracy 101 graduation. I know you can do better.   Cheesy
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June 13, 2019, 06:05:06 PM

bitcoin

Sideways consolidation continues around $8.2k

#dyor
1h


4h

#stronghands'19
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June 13, 2019, 06:12:20 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Nice to see we're making some headway in the battle for $8k... currently $8220USD/$10950CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Go Bitcoin go.

The battle for 8.2k to be precise, $8k is ours...   Cool


The last micro-dip before the moon? The launchpad is ready? Cool

What makes you think we won't see 5 digits for a long time? New ATH is just around the corner - sell now regret it later!


No I guess he meant $7700 was a bottom some time ago (before the big year-end pump).

I guess he mentioned several times it won't drop below 9k

11k down to 6k

So, who sold at the bottom? Bear trap is over and according to masterluc we're in the beginning of the 4th wave. From this point we're going UP!

9k  to 6k

Every single prediction I've seen today (including Masterluc's) is bearish. Looks suspicious to me - I predict MOON!  Tongue

9k down to 6.5k

The only way to win is to HODL all the way up to at least $50k. At least I'm not selling a single satoshi until then.

6.8k to 5.8k



Beartrolls are desperate as the big green dildo is closing in on their anuses  Grin Last miserable attempt to squeeze some BTC out of weak hands.

7.3k to 6.2k


Lucky guy! I hope he'll just HODL for some time instead of cashing out immediately with profit  Grin

7k to 3.2k




Hahahahahahaha

You are stuck in the past, jonoiv...

Yes.  History has gone by, and "we" had our lil correction down from $20k to $3k, and now we must move onward and upwards.

Are you coming with jonoiv?  Or are you going to stay stuck in the past (and get roached?) waiting for sub $2.6k prices, that have lower and lower chances of happening with the passage of time?
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June 13, 2019, 06:17:49 PM

Something very true we must never forget while observing the price:

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Bitcoin, on a fundamental level, is a bet that all humans have a desire to be free.



https://twitter.com/danheld/status/1139168329132675072?s=21
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June 13, 2019, 06:18:10 PM

So back up to 8k and stuck here. Need a breakout to 50k, when will this happen?
We hit $50k late April 2023 at the very latest.  If we have a breakout, it will happen much sooner.
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When we get above $10k, we might begin to feel as if we are richie again.  Cannot be against those kinds of feelings from the likes of BTC HODLers, including yours truly.   Wink Wink

The reason I want BTC to bounce back to 10K, let alone hit a new ATH, something that is going to happen sooner or later, is not for the feeling of being richie, but for the satisfaction coming from all the naysayer, or all the intellectually lazy people calling Bitcoin names (scam, magic internet money etc), feel embarrassed once again, this time for a massively huge amount.
This is the reason why I am waiting for the bull run, not for the Lambos.

hahahahahaha

Why not both?


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June 13, 2019, 06:24:29 PM
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jonoiv is definitely going to get r0ached. He basically admitted that he sold everything & he’s apparently waiting for 2.5k/2.6k to rebuy. You can never say anything is impossible in life but I’m close to 100% certain we’ll never see sub 3k.

In life there are winners & losers. Some people will always fall down especially in this bitcoin journey that we’re on.
I’ve seen so many people sell & hope to rebuy supposedly cheaper at a later date. Most of them disappear from the forum clearly unable to afford to rebuy as time passes & the price of bitcoin goes up.

I think jonoiv will be another who disappears & loses in this bitcoin journey. There will be many like him who make shitty, cowardly decisions & end up not taking ultimate advantage of owning bitcoin.

Don’t do a r0ach/jonoiv & sell early. HODL and you will be rewarded with great riches, this game is all about being patient.  
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June 13, 2019, 06:26:11 PM

There are over 38 known clusters of these meteor showers..that we know of today. Combined with NEO's and comet's, these are what cause me worry from time to time.

Small rocks are harmless, they burn in the atmosphere. Meteor showers are pretty, and cause zero damage.

Big rocks are rare, and unlikely to hit Earth.
Even if/when is happens, they might miss highly populated areas and not cause a lot of damage anyway.

Really big rocks are all discovered, counted etc. No worries here. None of them on the collision course.
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There are over 38 known clusters of these meteor showers..that we know of today. Combined with NEO's and comet's, these are what cause me worry from time to time.

Small rocks are harmless, they burn in the atmosphere. Meteor showers are pretty, and cause zero damage.

Big rocks are rare, and unlikely to hit Earth.
Even if/when is happens, they might miss highly populated areas and not cause a lot of damage anyway.

Really big rocks are all discovered, counted etc. No worries here. None of them on the collision course.

Do they include Bob's rocks in the count? I hear they are 1 really big and 2 collided every day
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When we get above $10k, we might begin to feel as if we are richie again.  Cannot be against those kinds of feelings from the likes of BTC HODLers, including yours truly.   Wink Wink

The reason I want BTC to bounce back to 10K, let alone hit a new ATH, something that is going to happen sooner or later, is not for the feeling of being richie, but for the satisfaction coming from all the naysayer, or all the intellectually lazy people calling Bitcoin names (scam, magic internet money etc), feel embarrassed once again, this time for a massively huge amount.
This is the reason why I am waiting for the bull run, not for the Lambos.

hahahahahaha

Why not both?



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Fair enough.
Both is ok for me.

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June 13, 2019, 06:40:52 PM

here's why "climate change" should never become humanity's focus ... imagine exhausting the global economy and killing off significant proportions of populations in the name of "the environment" ... and then god shows up to roll the dice on humans??

https://www.colorado.edu/today/2019/06/05/superflares

humanity has bigger problems to exhaust our known available energies and resources against than preserving a fictiously 'pristine', unobtainable environment nirvana.

You sound like the guy who killed all the passenger pigeons
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June 13, 2019, 06:46:12 PM
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Latest spy shots of the all electric, 592 bhp, 664 lb ft, Porsche Taycan (formerly known as Mission E).  Want.  



https://www.evo.co.uk/porsche/17091/2019-porsche-taycan-nears-production-all-the-details-on-stuttgart-s-tesla-model-s



Damn HM F***off with those electric BS cars, real engine, real sound real carssssss  Kiss

F*** those electric plastic build trash cars!!!!

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Small rocks are harmless, they burn in the atmosphere. Meteor showers are pretty, and cause zero damage.

Big rocks are rare, and unlikely to hit Earth.
Even if/when is happens, they might miss highly populated areas and not cause a lot of damage anyway.

Really big rocks are all discovered, counted etc. No worries here. None of them on the collision course.


#dyor

https://academic.oup.com/mnras/article/405/3/1901/966774

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There are over 38 known clusters of these meteor showers..that we know of today. Combined with NEO's and comet's, these are what cause me worry from time to time.

Small rocks are harmless, they burn in the atmosphere. Meteor showers are pretty, and cause zero damage.

Big rocks are rare, and unlikely to hit Earth.
Even if/when is happens, they might miss highly populated areas and not cause a lot of damage anyway.

Really big rocks are all discovered, counted etc. No worries here. None of them on the collision course.

Nothing threatens us as long as they are alive.
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When we get above $10k, we might begin to feel as if we are richie again.  Cannot be against those kinds of feelings from the likes of BTC HODLers, including yours truly.   Wink Wink

The reason I want BTC to bounce back to 10K, let alone hit a new ATH, something that is going to happen sooner or later, is not for the feeling of being richie, but for the satisfaction coming from all the naysayer, or all the intellectually lazy people calling Bitcoin names (scam, magic internet money etc), feel embarrassed once again, this time for a massively huge amount.
This is the reason why I am waiting for the bull run, not for the Lambos.


I don't care which way it goes just as long as i made the right choice.  

Are you a dumbass or what?  You don't need to answer this question, it is rhetorical.

Of course, you care which way the price goes.  You sold all your BTC at $6k.  Therefore, you would prefer the BTC price goes below $6k in order that you can buy back and to profit from such decision, but you prefer to rationalize away your own actions and your thinking about such actions.

Furthermore, you seem unable to recognize that there is something wrong with your approach and/or perspective about BTC to have had concluded that the best approach would have had been to sell all your BTC at $6k.

The people that say it's worthless are wrong and the talk of a 100k party with hookers and lambos makes me want to puke.

That's right.  The people who say that BTC is worthless are wrong, yet the people who talk about $100k parties, hookers, lambos and blow are having fun... whether they are correct or not and whether they are serious or not.  Get a grip, jonoiv.

Bitcoin is a facinating project and has made me a few $$.  But it won't change the world in it's current form imho.  

It already has changed the world, and in spite of your seemingly narrow world perspective, there are no legitimate, valid nor persuasive reasons that bitcoin will not continue to have significant and meaningful ongoing impacts on the world in a variety of continued and ongoing ways that are both known and unknown.

Too many people got burnt already,

Huh?  Probably more people made money in bitcoin than got burnt - hard to lose money in a bull market - even though some folks do manage to accomplish such losing(s), even in an ongoing BTC bull market....  If you don't believe me about the bull market zoom out a bit, and look at matters from about mid-2010 until present....,

If you believe that bitcoin was too niche in 2010, then you likely have valid concerns, so you can still start your assessment of bitcoin's history at any point in 2013 and still come to the same conclusion about bitcoin's largely ongoing bull market throughout such period (of course with some extended price corrections at various points in the middle, too).

in the real world I hear a mix of FOMO and horror stories,

From your various posts in this thread, it is already fair to conclude that you don't really live in the "real world."  Something seems a bit fucked up about your perspective, which is largely demonstrated by your persistent and stubborn posts that make wrong assessments and continue to try to foist them upon readers in
this thread, which it seems that you are only likely to appeal to very few readers of this thread who might be dumb enough to believe your nonsense, especially if they are able to look into the history of your posts a bit (to the extent that you either have not edited or deleted your historical nonsensical assertions).

but buying because of FOMO is what leads to the horror stories.

Agree.  Don't buy during FOMO.. unless you are planning on holding for several years, then it might still work out... because this is bitcoin.

 Unfortunalty pump and dumps are real and do happen all the time.  

Yes they do.  Avoid pump and dumps. Wink

I believe in the technology of blockchain, but it's a wild west out there.

What the fuck is blockchain?  I thought that we were talking about bitcoin in this here thread?  You switched topics?

when people are screaming buy buy, im very wary and vice versa in a bearish scenario.

Are people screaming buy, buy, buy in bitcoin, currently?  I did not know that.  I thought that bitcoin continued to be pretty god damned niched, and sure there are some folks asserting "buy, buy, buy", but the sentiment about whether to "buy" or not seems to be quite mixed.  Of course, some of us more knowledgeable bitcoin folks are going to advise others to create a bitcoin plan and to take some kind of bitcoin position if they are just learning about BTC and they they have not established any kind of bitcoin position, but overall bitcoin still seems to be quite niche, so many folks are still likely not really either establishing a bitcoin plan nor taking any kind of significant and meaningful bitcoin position... so in the end, I don't know from where you are concluding that there is some kind of pervasive "buy, buy, buy" prevalence out there besides some skewed discussions, perhaps, on threads like this one in which we (in this thread) are far removed from representative of any kind of broader world views and/or practices about bitcoin.
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June 13, 2019, 07:00:23 PM

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Couldn't they break the rule just once and make a pretty electric car?
They are getting quite quick, they just need to pipe in some throbbing and roaring noses, vibration etc., and, well, once you're in it you don't have to look at the ugly mug.
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June 13, 2019, 07:02:17 PM

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You argue like a child, you probably have an IQ of less than 100. That's propably because you are not a human, but a bot with the IQ of a rodent.

Speak for yourself.  You seem to be even dumber than roach, even though you both have some pretty decently large stupid-ass contradictory and illogical conclusions that would be better attributed to a child than to an adult.
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