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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%)
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June 22, 2019, 08:27:53 PM

I've received a couple complaints of problems posting/thread locked. Anyone still having problems?
Looks like it was fixed! Because I can post now. Smiley

Maybe it was crashed due to too much of replies. Grin

WO getting stronger now.
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June 22, 2019, 08:35:06 PM

I've received a couple complaints of problems posting/thread locked. Anyone still having problems?

I thought everyone was just having tea and biscuits. Guess I'm hopelessly whimsical.
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June 22, 2019, 09:20:45 PM

Damn I do all those work outs just to enjoy these moments..... I love food and “weekend b00ze” but gotta work out a mot to maintain Roll Eyes

Yeah, I guess that's it huh.  It was Dec 22 or so I stepped on the scale and I was 208# (94.3kg).  It was disgusting.  I quit carbs and booze cold turkey that day.  The fat just melted off like magic, but now I have been stuck in the 168 to 175 (76.2-79.4) range for like 3 months, so it's pretty obvious that this is as far as I go with diet alone.

I would really like to get the last of this gut off me, so I guess I just have to accept the fact that it is going to take some cardio to do it...

Going to have to do some of that goose sweat.
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June 22, 2019, 09:28:34 PM

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June 22, 2019, 09:34:31 PM

I cant fucking believe 3 years ago i was wetting my pants on the idea that we would break 1200 $ lol

The return to over $1000 was a major, major deal. I remember my cockles warming up rapidly when it happened. That felt like a humongously longer haul than this.

...it was by about 12 months longer.

Either we're in for one hell of a hangover and sideways melancholy for partying too soon ... or this is the beginning of a bull run party the likes of which bitcoiners haven't yet witnessed ... we could bull on until late 2021 ...

Could be one or the other, but more likely something in between, as always.

Any correction needs to be just enough to restore the uncertainty of the rise.

I know that you are smarter than that Majormax.

In other words, sure we are likely to get BTC price corrections from time to time, along the way, but you also realize that corrections are not a prerequisite for BTC's price to go up, correct? 

In other words, it is perfectly reasonable for bitcoin to be completely fucking unreasonable.. and to go up in some kind of baloney bullshit way that r3cks the fuck out of fence sitters, shorters, sellers and various bearwhales.  And such builshit baloney bull run ca continue to happen much beyond reasons in order to also punish the fuck out of peeps waiting for dips that never end up happening.
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June 22, 2019, 10:09:56 PM

What if smaller actors can fly on the mighty dragon's piggyback? Assuming the protocol is provably private, it can be worth a try. Provable privacy requires open sourcing the details, I would say. That's where the devil is as usual. At present it's just marketing bait with probability of about 0.755 (JJ, the third digit is for you).

FTFY    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy   Wink
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June 22, 2019, 10:12:00 PM

If you cant handle the blow off top that is coming than you dont deserve the rockets Cheesy

Crash from 18k to 13k is ok w me.

Damned baby bull BTC has gotten out of the pen.
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June 22, 2019, 10:13:33 PM

I dunno guys, I think it's going all tulips on us.
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June 22, 2019, 10:14:24 PM

I'm getting a little queasy

Mayor is that you?

I kind of figured you were the same peeps.   Wink Wink

I dunno guys, I think it's going all tulips on us.


Searing is that you?

I kind of figured you were the same peeps.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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June 22, 2019, 10:28:05 PM

Meanwhile, Bel Air mansion could easily become a venue for the 100k party. Who needs Vegas when you have this:

https://www.businessinsider.com/most-expensive-lease-los-angeles-mansion-for-rent-price-photos-2019-6

Fill it up with booze, hoes and blow and it's ready for the ultimate party!  Cool

Champaigne pinball machine looks cool too Grin

$1.5m per month but I guess we could negotiate and rent it for 1-2 nights...  Grin
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June 22, 2019, 10:29:06 PM

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This is getting interesting... what's next? A dick pic?  Grin
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June 22, 2019, 10:43:19 PM

I dunno guys, I think it's going all tulips on us.

Don't break my dream. Of course, it may go Tulips! That is how most of my guess/endeavors in my life have gone. Tulips.

I'm hoping for a break in that trend and Bitcoin and Crypto with all its varied colors and interactions pulls something out that has value and purpose and worth.

But yeah, Tulips is a possibility.

My view of Tulips now, vs 2013 no longer is down to ZERO in price, I figure as 3 broad options below:

(1) I'm  99% sure it will not go to zero and full tulips.*unlike 2013*. Thus my first guess is at worst, BTC will go down to say $3k and go sideways at a 'bit' better rate than gold. Say 2x the

amount of what Gold is worth more or less. On the supposition that this tops out as BTC's natural level of adoption. Then from this point on, would grow more like a traditional investment.

that is if all the FUD'ster's are correct. This is as bad as I can see it going, more or less, tulip wise. Thus this is the BOTTOM of my expectations.

(2) BTC stays say around the present,  at $10k having met its niche and adoption in the world as per, as I say FUD and pushback. Thus also from this point onwards acting more in

growth like a traditional investment. Not as great as I'd like, but likely a lot better than I ever would have expected BTC to do in 2013 when I got into this.

(3) BTC goes parabolic again. 7x to 14x the $10k rate because it has NOT met its adoption needs worldwide yet and is indeed revolutionary. This has been kinda a
 
the pattern in the past. This still is my 'speculative' bet on bitcoin. I think it is at 87% of all Bitcoin has already been mined. Thus if this 3rd option is true, this right

now is some 'pretty' big prices left to obtain or going to be really valuable virtual real estate at only 21 million coins, of which 87% are now in existence for the purposes of BTC.

But, hell, I've been in this since 2013.

So in my case, even my first (now revised version of tulips) option above is still pretty good as a result of when I got into this. I mean even that from when I started would be remarkable.

I mean, I got into mining in 2013, rather than put up my old bbs game server up again and lose $60 in electric a month running it. Yes indeed, I was that frigging bored.

With a Bitcoin miner, I could pay for the electric with the coin as I went along and MAYBE just before the miner became a doorstop, due to difficulty, I'd have 4 or 5 months of my house

utilities paid in FULL! This before I'd have to shut the miner off as not working to make me BTC anymore. Also, being a fine fellow, it was promoted at the time to help the new micro-lending

in India projects back in 2013. So yeah, I'm still surprised indeed. Like ever frigging day since I turned my 1st BTC miner on! Oct 18th, 2013!

Anyway, those are my current (as of today) fears/dreams/expectations in 3 parts.

Not that I know zip. But at least I feel the boogie man of full TULIPS is no longer in play. Bitcoin has been here for 10 years

so I feel it can never be completely worthless at this point. So all the above 3 steps go from my worst case to my best case 1-3. That is my line in the sand of what my expectations are!

We will see. Chumps or Champs, we will be the first to know!

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June 22, 2019, 10:45:20 PM
Last edit: June 23, 2019, 01:47:06 AM by rdbase

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-price-rally-stalls-as-open-futures-hit-record-highs
So I took two charts right before the break out from sub $9500 all the way up past $10,000 then another of the fall from $11,200 down to under $10,300 again.


So tell me while looking at them side by side, do you see steady grown and is this sustainable until the next news creates more fomo?
One a green candle straight up and the other a red dagger falling. You decide. Undecided
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This is getting interesting... what's next? A dick pic?  Grin
opsec. If Facebook AI worked on more than just faces, do you think they would tell anyone about that?

edit: Wait, I just figured out how libra can enforce fixed exchange rates.
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June 22, 2019, 11:03:17 PM

My starter number is $50k.

Not going to dump all at that price point but I'll slowly be giving them away. 1 coin for every $10k till $100k sounds alright.

After all those years I believe reverse DCA'ing will do good to me as it did while collecting the coins.

I am not tight enough to wait for $100k

and

I know I'll be missing a lot If I dump all at $50k.

DCA= Best of both worlds. Works both ways.

P.S. $10780 Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

I don't have any real issue with you having a plan to dump some coins every $10k between $50k and $100k, but you might want to reconsider what is your remaining stash by the time we reach $100k (assuming that we reach $100k), and I would suggest that you plan attempts to retain at least 20% of your original stash, once we reach $100k... something like that.
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Something wrong with that, jo squared?
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June 22, 2019, 11:30:26 PM

Possible bull flag break out.  Look out above.
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June 23, 2019, 12:05:53 AM
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Well guys, going out to play a show in a town a couple hours away.  We're taking all the GFs and spending the night up there with brunch and leisure activities in the morning.

I'll be away for 24 hours, do try and not break Bitcoin while I'm out.
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June 23, 2019, 12:20:51 AM

Why do people sell when it's down??

I just totally don't get that.

Overextended.

HEY,I'm only behind 292 posts!
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Ok, shit is getting serious. And I have to prepare for the next real run. Want to cash out 50% @$50k. My Bitcoins are on a paper wallet. And I yet did not redeemed my Bcash and other forks. I need advice what wallet is recommended these days for Bitcoin, Bcash, BSV, BGold and all the other forks I get after redeem my Bitcoins.

You do realise that you ABSOLUTELY MUST move your bitcoin’s to another wallet before you claim the forks, right?

I’m sure you do but please do not try & claim BCH when your bitcoin’s are still in said address.

Regarding claiming -

BCH - Electrum Cash
BTG - I think I used Coinimi

Edit - Just import your private keys into the above wallets, simple.

BSV, I didn’t have any as I spent all my BCH.
There are a load of other shit forks you can claim on Coinimi too.

Import your priv keys into electrum and always move your coins to a different private key before you claim anything.

I believe bcash has its own electrum version. You can try it.

No idea about BSV and bGold. Did bgold long time ago.

+1 Merit to mindrust & LFC for trustworthy, good advice to Underdog.
Somebody help me out, I have 0 sendables.

Thanks!

But you sure its a good idea to leave this stuff on your laptop? I use a Macbook Pro. What if it gets broken, got stolen or something else?
I thought you guys would recommend me Ledger or so.

You can always extract your private keys from electrum, write them down (paper wallet style), delete your wallet files/format your PC.

I use electrum just like this.

No HW wallet here.

@deathangel - mindrust does it again. Bitcoin mechanics in pills.

Come on gentlemen, juss' one merit pleease...
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