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Question: When will bitcoin reach the top of this bull market (i.e. when will it moon)?
Topped at $13,880 in June - 12 (7.7%)
H2 2019 - 16 (10.3%)
H1 2020 - 29 (18.6%)
H2 2020 - 28 (17.9%)
H1 2021 - 12 (7.7%)
H2 2021 - 31 (19.9%)
H1 2022 - 6 (3.8%)
H2 2022 - 4 (2.6%)
H1 2023 - 0 (0%)
H2 2023 - 3 (1.9%)
2024 or Later - 15 (9.6%)
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June 18, 2019, 01:16:00 AM

And the mayor of your biggest city is a muslim.

So what? AFAIK, Sadiq Khan has been doing a superb job for a while now. You can never completely eliminate all the crimes when your population is close to ten million. Roll Eyes
So you have literally surrendered to Islam. Quite aside from the rape rings that have been going on for DECADES. That sort of thing doesn't happen for that long with cops who are afraid to be called racists without some very high level people involved. Your supposed leaders are traitors and the people are idiots.

Your point ain't making much sense to me. Mayors are elected to make the overall infrastructure better, which includes the improvement of the system of transport, housing, policing, etc. If a Muslim mayor is able to handle all this in a good manner, why the hell should anything else (including religion) even matter?

You can never trust a muslim, the koran gives them the right to lie and manipulate any and all infidels in order to promote islam.

All "Holy Books" Give the true believers permission to kill Infidels. that is the form they use to control the sheeple and the only reason for their existence.
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June 18, 2019, 01:17:53 AM

Fiat continues to dump into bitcoin in short chained pulses possibly signalling larger buyers are running out of normal OTC options and are having to resort to market buys.

Having to buy on the market exchanges just like retail Mom and Pop, oh the horror!
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June 18, 2019, 01:19:34 AM
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When we start entering the next bubble, you'll see a pattern like this. That's when you need to pay close attention. This is where retail rushes in to buy the long-term HODLer and whale bags.
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June 18, 2019, 01:22:23 AM


Oh it’s proof that the UK is going to the hounds. I took the photo in Trafalgar Square a couple hours ago.  It’s two green men holding hands. Even the pope would be upset.

OK, I have to admit that is one of the moist RETARDED things I have ever seen.

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The solitary “green man”, who has been featured on UK traffic lights since 1969, has now been joined by a male partner or replaced with two green women holding hands.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/706789/Gay-traffic-lights-leave-pedestrians-confused-Trafalgar-Square
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June 18, 2019, 01:23:44 AM

Fiat continues to dump into bitcoin in short chained pulses possibly signalling larger buyers are running out of normal OTC options and are having to resort to market buys.

Having to buy on the market exchanges just like retail Mom and Pop, oh the horror!
The volume is too good now, maybe this volume comes from the FOMO ppl?
$9,000 support is getting strong now, yesterday some red wick tried to break below $9,000 but they didn't.

@Toxic2040, how about 1hour chart timeframe?
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June 18, 2019, 01:33:22 AM

Greetings fellow Wall Observers.

I found myself with some extra cash, and want to get more bitcoin with it. My problem is for a couple days now I think “I’ll just wait for a dip”,.. but nothing considerable ever comes, even on Sunday. I was hoping for $7,800, then $8,200, then $8,800

Now I’m starting to feel like I should just FOMO buy. However, in the past whenever I’ve done that, the dip happens right after I buy.

So

It doesn’t seem like I should wait much longer, but should I? What is a good target price I should try to buy at? Today? Tomorrow? Help? Thanks in advance  Grin

Well if its gong to dip right after you buy, I'd say hold off till about 150k. Cheesy
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June 18, 2019, 01:38:46 AM


LOL, what sort of statement was that. Just had a look at his tweet regarding a knife and can't defend Khan in that one.


Feeling you man, I don't even recognize the white collar world he must live in...how the fuck are we supposed to do our jobs?

And you know, they ban knives, motherfuckers going to start killing each other with hammers, not sure how we are going to build houses or straighten fenders without hammers.
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LOL, what sort of statement was that. Just had a look at his tweet regarding a knife and can't defend Khan in that one.


Feeling you man, I don't even recognize the white collar world he must live in...how the fuck are we supposed to do our jobs?

And you know, they ban knives, motherfuckers going to start killing each other with hammers, not sure how we are going to build houses or straighten fenders without hammers.

I generally have very long and sharp screwdrivers about in my vehicles, completely legal and easy to replace as well. Smiley
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Zerohedge demographics, at least on the comment section, is middle aged to 60+ year olds... those with descendancy will eventually leave their gold to their kids, kids which will eventually diversify into Bitcoin.

You can lie to yourself and everyone else all you want, it won't help.  Bitcoin has zero fundamentals due to transaction validators being designed to centralize, so it's a non-fungible, permissioned ledger, govt tracking system that abolishes the 5th amendment.  Then the Lightning Network is another scam recreation of the already existing banking system, but even while being a scam to bait and switch everyone into the same banking system as before where every single transaction is routed through a bank, inherits the base layer scaling problems and doesn't even scale enough to onboard people dumb enough to sign up for it.

There is nothing whatsoever 'inevitable' about the entire planet tripping over their own feet to sign up for such garbage.  Even if it had good fundamentals - it doesn't - the world could still completely ignore or boycott it anyway. You're just another garbage millenial who was spamming bullshit like "HURR ETHEREUM WORLD COMPUTER" a few months ago until the bottom fell out of that scam and now you've moved to a new scam.  In the end, the only thing that actually matters is fundamentals, and metals have them all while imaginary, valueless, centralized, permissioned ledger shitcoins have zero.
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June 18, 2019, 02:04:55 AM
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@Toxic2040, how about 1hour chart timeframe?



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June 18, 2019, 02:07:38 AM

Just looked at the weekly view of bitcoin. Looks super-bullish to me. Touching ~$10,000 later this week isn't looking impossible.



Basing on the fact that interests are haram in islam, He should not own Bitcoin or altcoins.

It seems like you really just wanna jump into a conversation with which you've no connection, a bit childish TBH.

Bitcoin and alts aren't "interests" in any way. In fact, after gold (and other metals), I'd say that these digital currencies (especially the Proof-of-Work ones) are more Islamic than anything else on the planet; they've "work done" behind their creation. The most haram thing is the "nothing-backed infinite-supply paper-money". I'm still not sure how the governments have succeeded in convincing the Muslims that the valueless fiat they print is Halal.

Yeah let's not talk about the religion you are part of. I can't imagine why you wouldn't.

It's useless, mate. Over the internet posts/comments, nobody changes their opinion, especially on religions.

P.S. London consists of a lot of religions with healthy percentages. Islam isn't a very hostile religion there, AFAIK.

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A mayor of your capital with a hostile religion means the culture is breaking down.
Would you like to answer any of the charges against your faith?

Why the need to try force someone into a subject he has already expressed not really wanting to engage here?
Because our culture is under attack by his. This is not a complicated idea. What is wrong with you?

Even if you, Ibian, feel that the subject is relevant to whatever angle you are attempting to pursue, you are the one who has the burden to show how it is or would be relevant, and you have not made such a showing.  Therefore, no one needs to answer your bullshit off-topicness including Raja or anyone else... of course, unless he wants to pursue such a baloney tangent... therefore, it does not even matter if you happen to be correct in your assertions, if you have not at least made some kind of showing of relevance to the topic of this thread.  Diptwat.
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June 18, 2019, 02:29:21 AM
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Nothing. In fact I do despise Islam.
I despise all major monotheistic religions with the exception of Pastafarianism. Islam is just doing what Christianity was doing a few centuries ago: mass "conversions" and suppression of internal dissent. As for Hebraism, they didn't get a chance for several reasons. They basically got the wrong end of the stick and never had an army until the 20th century.
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June 18, 2019, 02:47:58 AM

they did develop a pretty effective workaround
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June 18, 2019, 02:53:59 AM
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Nothing. In fact I do despise Islam.
I despise all major monotheistic religions with the exception of Pastafarianism. Islam is just doing what Christianity was doing a few centuries ago: mass "conversions" and suppression of internal dissent. As for Hebraism, they didn't get a chance for several reasons. They basically got the wrong end of the stick and never had an army until the 20th century.

You don't need a religion to know what's right and wrong.

Killing someone is bad. Stealing is bad. Harming your own body with drugs is obviously bad. I don't need someone else telling me those I am fully capable of understanding them myself.

The thing is you have a choice. You can do them and make your life worse or you don't.

Holy books like Qoran, Bible and Tawrat did serve their purpose when there was no internet. Qoran and Tawrat didn't want their followers to eat pigs because the writer of those books was aware of that cooking and cleaning pigs wasn't as easy and safe as cooking &cleaning sheep so they banned it altogether. It made sense back in the day.
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June 18, 2019, 03:23:25 AM
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The Bitcoin Super Guppy has flipped green on the 1-week chart
2012: 400-day uptrend followed a flip green
2016: 700-day uptrend followed a flip green
2019: the 1W Super Guppy has finally flipped green and it shall be a bountiful market the next few years


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June 18, 2019, 03:42:26 AM

Happily taking the next dip
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June 18, 2019, 03:44:53 AM

So what? AFAIK, Sadiq Khan has been doing a superb job for a while now. You can never completely eliminate all the crimes when your population is close to ten million. Roll Eyes

Sadiq "no reason to ever carry a knife" Khan?

it is the-first-tool ffs

Do you even rock?
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June 18, 2019, 03:54:13 AM


Oh it’s proof that the UK is going to the hounds. I took the photo in Trafalgar Square a couple hours ago.  It’s two green men holding hands. Even the pope would be upset.

OK, I have to admit that is one of the moist RETARDED things I have ever seen.

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The solitary “green man”, who has been featured on UK traffic lights since 1969, has now been joined by a male partner or replaced with two green women holding hands.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/706789/Gay-traffic-lights-leave-pedestrians-confused-Trafalgar-Square

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Mr Smith, of Preston, Lancashire, said: “When the light went green I saw the two female symbols and I thought, ‘Oh right, so my missus can cross with my little girl but what do me and the boy do?’

“This wouldn’t work up north. If you introduced this in Preston people wouldn’t know what you were going on about. I think it’s just a London thing really.”

There are all sorts of things that don’t work up North. Most of the population, for starters.
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June 18, 2019, 03:57:35 AM

Take that, northerners!
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I despise all major monotheistic religions with the exception of Pastafarianism.

As a Bitcoin monotheist, I gotta say you are missing out.  
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