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June 25, 2019, 10:40:22 AM

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June 25, 2019, 10:40:40 AM

10,000 Euros gone. That's the latest one to be put to bed. I think a lot of people always miss that particular barrier.
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June 25, 2019, 10:43:40 AM



EU made it as well 5-dig

Actually the 12288 game was based on 10K EU price at that time

Today 11425$ = 10K euro
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June 25, 2019, 10:46:10 AM

right now bitcoin is holding back close below €10000 (€9980 / $11390). Once we break €10k we may go straight to $12k.

boom €10k, there we go. now $12k please.
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June 25, 2019, 10:46:53 AM

Morning mic, another yearly high close.

Observing $11,363.

Good morning Bro.... @ this pass we have something else to celebrate in Amsterdam as well Cheesy


Bro we have to celebrate its fucking over €10k!!!!!!!!!!!!
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June 25, 2019, 10:53:13 AM

Has anyone already tried new page to check bitcoin and alts prices ? https://coinmarketcrap.co/

Has switched to it recently from coinmarketcap, because it shows more real situation on the market.
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June 25, 2019, 10:53:32 AM

Went to get a coffee - $11,444

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$15k soon possibly.
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Has anyone already tried new page to check bitcoin and alts prices ? https://coinmarketcrap.co/

Has switched to it recently from coinmarketcap, because it shows more real situation on the market.
It says crap LOL

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Edit: LOL I like this parody

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June 25, 2019, 10:57:12 AM
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Went to get a coffee - $11,444

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@mic - Yessss Amsterdam party Wink

$15k soon possibly.

Bro, I’m enjoying this a lot more than the bear market we endured Cheesy
So much fun to check the price every day & mostly green.

Really enjoy the camaraderie in this thread. It’s good to have you lot to talk to about it, I don’t like to talk to my brother, family & friends about it because it feels like showing off. You guys are all on the train though so great to discuss Wink
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June 25, 2019, 10:58:29 AM
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I'd much rather it was the route suggested by Mr. Augustus where you could directly pay for big ticket items. If I felt the need for a house I might sound out somewhere about that first before thinking about having to sell anything.

Don't forget about UWOs.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unexplained_wealth_order

You never know if/when the government might decide you don't deserve your nice house.
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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D9s3E51WwAUzwKm.jpg

CMC > BTC Dominance: 60.0%

If it breaks the resistance 11500 we have free way up to 13500.

 
 
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June 25, 2019, 11:02:28 AM

Went to get a coffee - $11,444

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@mic - Yessss Amsterdam party Wink

$15k soon possibly.

Bro, I’m enjoying this a lot more than the bear market we endured Cheesy
So much fun to check the price every day & mostly green.

Really enjoy the camaraderie in this thread. It’s good to have you lot to talk to about it, I don’t like to talk to my brother, family & friends about it because it feels like showing off. You guys are all on the train though so great to discuss Wink

I have good friends that have known about Bitcoin since 2013 and have done nothing.

They do not like it when it gets brought up between other (more adventurous) friends and myself.

It’s a shame
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June 25, 2019, 11:08:18 AM

I’ve never sold moderate to large amounts of coin before (fiat wise) so I’m a bit nervous about that in the future.
I don’t want to get caught with my pants down so I admit that last week I verified my UK bank & ID with Coinbase in preparation.

If there was a De-Merit action I presume you’d all be giving it to me right now Cheesy

I think you'd have to be a legitimate crazyhead to use Coinbase for sums above the holiday/car level.

Imagine how seized up and overloaded they'll be. Imagine how many get caught up in their obscure trigger mechanisms that even they don't understand.

The last thing you need is to wind up some forgotten ticket number. You should sound out proper OTC operations.

^This.

For GBP you can also use Coinfloor. Not quite the liquidity of Coinbase, but decent support and no problems cashing out. I've used both and localbitcoins over the years.

It's hard to comment on amounts, but Coinbase would have no qualms locking you up for gawdknowswhat, LBC sales would probably involve a series of bank payments that might be more likely to cause alarms at your end, whereas Coinfloor's payments clearly arrive from a finance operation.

If you haven't gone one already, get one of those "premier" type bank accounts where you can call a human and they're more used to dealing with larger sums.

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June 25, 2019, 11:13:54 AM
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2017 version of my better half: "Why you did not sell [some number] at 10K, you promised, you promised."
2019 version of the dialogue: "Should I, hon?" "Oh, no, keep it, don't you dare."
Got myself a "keeper"  Grin

Haha my better half:

“Don’t talk to me about the price, what’s the point, you aren’t going to sell any of it anyway”.

She’s right.

a few years ago my wife was always wanting to sell "that funny" btc to upgrade vacations, travel, restaurants and such. i was the one who said we should really hang on to more of it. as always we compromised, and enjoyed our upgraded vacations or whatever. and realistically, btc was still much more iffy as to its long term survival then, so spending some was pretty reasonable anyway. a few years ago the odds it could all come crashing down were much higher than today.

but now? she watches the price more than i do. and when i mention selling some she is the one who wants to hodl more.

so now she mainly handles long term fiat investments (shes very good at it) and i handle crypto (and bumble along but do somewhat well anyway).

how times have changed.
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June 25, 2019, 11:15:02 AM

Went to get a coffee - $11,444

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$15k soon possibly.

Bro, I’m enjoying this a lot more than the bear market we endured Cheesy
So much fun to check the price every day & mostly green.

Really enjoy the camaraderie in this thread. It’s good to have you lot to talk to about it, I don’t like to talk to my brother, family & friends about it because it feels like showing off. You guys are all on the train though so great to discuss Wink
And we always have this friend or close relative who will give you a look that you will feel yourself an Alien from another planet and get pissed LOL

IRL, except my wife I do not talk about it to anyone at all.
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June 25, 2019, 11:16:29 AM

^This.

For GBP you can also use Coinfloor. Not quite the liquidity of Coinbase, but decent support and no problems cashing out. I've used both and localbitcoins over the years.

I've not read good things about Coinfloor. They also don't seem professional in the slightest. Some of their policy changes have been so extreme customers thought it was an April fool until they confirmed it. I wouldn't want to touch them either.


Don't forget about UWOs.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unexplained_wealth_order

You never know if/when the government might decide you don't deserve your nice house.

I can stand on my own two stumps and point to every penny.
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June 25, 2019, 11:17:00 AM

just checking how bitcoiners are doing here
preparing for 50k Smiley ?
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I have good friends that have known about Bitcoin since 2013 and have done nothing.

They do not like it when it gets brought up between other (more adventurous) friends and myself.

It’s a shame
In a show you always needs audiences. Very few can play. 🤪
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June 25, 2019, 11:25:12 AM

GRAYSCALE BITCOIN TRUST (GBTC) TRADING AT 40 PERCENT PREMIUM; ‘BIG MONEY COMING IN’

https://bitcoinist.com/grayscale-bitcoin-price-premium-sparks-another-big-move/
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