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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3.1%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.6%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.7%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.6%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.5%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 7 (10.8%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.7%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.5%)
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June 28, 2019, 03:45:33 AM

I can't believe people are depressed. 10k-11k is just fine for the moment.

Those people are to short-sighted, they already forgot the recent 250% rise...
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June 28, 2019, 03:48:23 AM

Most photographed places on earth.


https://twitter.com/spectatorindex/status/1144304390792253441
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June 28, 2019, 03:54:24 AM
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You're an animal, Jay

Hey, I don't claim to be any kind of technical analysis afficionado, so I don't put a lot of weight into any analysis that attempts too much about what BTC price "has to do".

On the other hand, I also don't put a lot of weight into various explanations that try to suggest that Bitcoin's price movement comes from various news events, so it kind of irritates me when folks try to attribute BTC's price movement to some news event and to say that caused BTC's price to do X, when it was more likely that BTC's price was moving in that direction anyhow, whether the news event happened or not.  And, the news may have helped to push or exacerbated the price move, but it did not cause it.

Anyhow, having said all that, I recall several BTC price corrections between late 2015 and late 2017.

I am referring to late 2015 to late 2017 as a comparison because ultimately we later concluded that such late 2015 to late 2017 period was a bull market, yet we experienced a large number of BTC price corrections during that period - and frequently a BTC price correction might have three legs down before it would be ready to move back up.  

Of course, three legs of down is not any kind of condition precedent for up, but three legs do happen quite frequently during corrections, and really does anyone believe that our move down from $13,880 to $10,332 (about 25%) has been anymore than one leg of a correction?  Maybe we could recognize two legs of correction from that price move, but I would still tentative conclude that one or two more legs are within reason of happening even if we have already gotten about 25% correction out of this correction .. especially given the amount of UP that we experienced since April 1, but even moreso the slope of the up curve in the past week or two.

TLDR:  There are no givens, you animals.    Angry Angry Angry
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Pretty cool. I just spent the last 8 minutes looking at this.

- There's a dark hole in the U.S. around South Dakota
- Tibet must be boring AF
- The entirety of Japan is bright yellow
- Europeans also take entirely too many photos
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June 28, 2019, 05:16:09 AM

I would like to publish this month's statistics higher.

So far we have 5 months increasing in green.

There are no grounds for complaints.

I'm glad to see +/-11000 this morning.

StrongHats

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June 28, 2019, 05:17:41 AM

GOOD MORNING WO!
Observing 10,977

Glad we passed the night without too much damage!


Pretty cool. I just spent the last 8 minutes looking at this.

- There's a dark hole in the U.S. around South Dakota
- Tibet must be boring AF
- The entirety of Japan is bright yellow
- Europeans also take entirely too many photos

Always relevant XKCD strip:
https://xkcd.com/1138/

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June 28, 2019, 05:28:42 AM

In WO there are 2 groups:

WO stronghats and weakhands. Cheesy

Where do you think to put me?

You know perfectly to which group you belong. Wink
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June 28, 2019, 05:57:24 AM
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I see dead people. Er, I mean roach, and other failed trolls. I think, it's all ignored.

Stand up WO peeps, even if you think you do not like country muzak, consider this ode to your boss, in the upcoming years. From 1980, Johnny Paycheck.

Take this job, and shove it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPrSVkTRb24
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June 28, 2019, 06:32:12 AM

You're an animal, Jay
Cheesy Cheesy

The avalanche has stopped for now, I’m happy with the current price.
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You boys should be ashamed of yourselves plastering these semi pornographic pictures all over this very serious thread.
What about these girls' characters anyway? that's what you should be wondering. Perhaps No 1 is interested in 17th century French Literature?
Perhaps Miss Middle escaped across the Syrian border with just a few coins and her wily conversational skills. The third one can obviously cater a banquet for 500 in her sleep and speak six languages. And yet you leer and lust like pigs smh

While I don't have any issues with French Literature loving bottoms (rather enjoy them actually), it IS making keeping up with the thread while at work at bit on the problematic side..... Sad

Need to see at least 2 more doubles in price before I can afford to not be bothered with this issue during business hours...

I'm on the same boat.
Wait till I get home!




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June 28, 2019, 06:43:50 AM

Bitmex sees $500 million Bitcoin short liquidation in 24hrs. Cheesy

https://bitcoinist.com/bitmex-500-million-in-bitcoin-shorts-liquidated-in-24hrs/
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June 28, 2019, 06:51:48 AM

Sure, go for it.

How do you shave your llama sack?

Carefully and using a procedure I learnt from confirmed sources.
Great to see you again! Your presence is the greatest indicator we're in a bull market. For you who doesn't know - Proudhon is the greatest bear-whale-troll there is, he's a f*cking legend.

Proudhon is r0ach's father. The original WO troll. It is confirmed.

R0ach is mad as fuck now since the real troll proudhon came and stole his show.
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June 28, 2019, 07:09:29 AM

this sundays close will be the most important close in a long time.   

daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, half year

it would be awfully important in my view to close above $11800
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Proudhon is r0ach's father. The original WO troll. It is confirmed.



For me, it was Crumbs
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June 28, 2019, 07:18:18 AM
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Proudhon is r0ach's father. The original WO troll. It is confirmed.

R0ach is mad as fuck now since the real troll proudhon came and stole his show.

Had a look into proudhon’s posting history. He’s a butt hurt early adopter who sold everything way, way, way too early. He could have been incredibly wealthy but sold everything for pittance.

Evidence -

We should definitely listen to proudhon’s price predictions.

Jokes on you, I already sold all my bitcoins at the top of the June 2011 bubble because it was obvious even then that this whole thing would totally fall apart once china completely bans bitcoin, as we now know it has from numerous legit sources.  


You and I both know that even people who bought above $50 are in trouble, if they don't act soon.

Bitcoin probably won't hit $1000 again because of sources.

Wait a minute, just wait a goddam minute, I think I'm getting some bad news from sources...

Will you let us all know when it's time to get back in so that our bitcoin positions don't get smaller, or is this THE last chance to get out before the end of bitcoin?  Please advise, thank you.


I'm just posting what everyone else has been posting around here for the past 48 hours, just in a more coherent form so that everyone can clearly see the proof and sensibly understand why they should sell all of the their bitcoins now.

Exactly!  This will at least push the price to standard deviated trend line based on the failed exponential growth curve.  That means the price should fall to around $100 in the short medium term optimistic bear case, but will probably go lower in the fourth quarter of bitcoin's fiscal year.

By 2015, the price might, and I say "might", stabilize in the healthy zone (can't provide a chart right now), which is between $1 and $2.  This, of course, assumes a conservative bullish bear case, so we could see much worse.  

By 2016, no bitcoin anymore, and this can be seen in some of the latest confirmed bad news sources, mostly in Chinese and Russian (See Peter R's recent reporting).

All this leads to an inevitable conclusion:  EVERYONE MUST SHOTR BITCOIN at the highest margin levels.  

The price will hit $5,000 again in 2018, and even approach $1,000. In 2019 the price will go below $1,000 on its way to complete collapse and failure. 2020 bitcoin will be done. Facts.

I’m sure there are more quotes but to conclude - What a fucking loser.
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June 28, 2019, 07:44:42 AM
Merited by El duderino_ (4), LoyceV (2), nutildah (2), LFC_Bitcoin (1), mindrust (1), BitcoinGirl.Club (1), Lambie Slayer (1)

It's time for a Wall Observer Meta Post!

What if WO were Bitcointalk?
So basically what happens considering only the merits awarded on WO thread?
How many Legendary Users?  How many Heros?

Thanks to my very basic Data management Skill and LoyceV data, I manage to pull out the following very unuseful statistic:
OF course The heatwave over Europe prevented me on smartly compute WO activity, so I am basing on Merits only.

   WO Legendary    4
   WO Hero            6
   WO Sr. Member    13
   WO Member    34


Who's who on WO?

Here the first 100 WO family members.

   1       micgoossens      1648   
   2       Last of the V8s      1547   
   3       HairyMaclairy      1112   
   4       xhomerx10      1076   
   5       BobLawblaw      882   
   6       Toxic2040      872   
   7       jojo69      750   
   8       infofront      663   
   9       JayJuanGee      612   
   10       LFC_Bitcoin      516   
   11       Torque      488   
   12       d_eddie      477   
   13       bitserve      462   
   14       VB1001      359   
   15       Paashaas      355   
   16       gentlemand      331   
   17       kenzawak      320   
   18       Elwar      291   
   19       cAPSLOCK      286   
   20       Globb0      284   
   21       mfort312      270   
   22       mindrust      269   
   23       JimboToronto      251   
   24       goldkingcoiner      247   
   25       Rosewater Foundation      244   
   26       BTCMILLIONAIRE      243   
   27       Raja_MBZ      240   
   28       jbreher      216   
   29       ivomm      201   
   30       Lambie Slayer      201   
   31       TERA2      194   
   32       kurious      192   
   33       realr0ach      192   
   34       Biodom      189   
   35       Ibian      179   
   36       bones261      176   
   37       Kylapoiss      169   
   38       600watt      160   
   39       vroom      156   
   40       Phil_S      155   
   41       Icygreen      151   
   42       kingcolex      147   
   43       yefi      146   
   44       marcus_of_augustus      142   
   45       Wekkel      135   
   46       Hueristic      134   
   47       toknormal      129   
   48       StartupAnalyst      128   
   49       nutildah      126   
   50       Anon136      121   
   51       Arriemoller      120   
   52       JSRAW      119   
   53       Spaceman_Spiff_Original      116   
   54       Pamoldar      114   
   55       kirreev070      107   
   56       BinaryReign      105   
   57       Cryptotourist      105   
   58       explorer      97   
   59       Dabs      97   
   60       fillippone      96   
   61       bitcoinPsycho      96   
   62       Bitcoinaire      93   
   63       vapourminer      93   
   64       Cryptoqueeen      81   
   65       serveria.com      76   
   66       STT      71   
   67       pacman7331      66   
   68       somac.      66   
   69       lightfoot      66   
   70       sirazimuth      65   
   71       Gyrsur      65   
   72       cannycassiopeia      64   
   73       BlindMayorBitcorn      64   
   74       Totscha      64   
   75       conspirosphere.tk      63   
   76       HI-TEC99      63   
   77       AlcoHoDL      61   
   78       Searing      59   
   79       Majormax      59   
   80       crypmike      58   
   81       Karartma1      56   
   82       nanobtc      55   
   83       suchmoon      55   
   84       bitebits      55   
   85       strawbs      54   
   86       Samarkand      54   
   87       FractalUniverse      53   
   88       theymos      53   
   89       DeathAngel      52   
   90       rolling      51   
   91       RayX12      50   
   92       fluidjax      48   
   93       RoomBot      48   
   94       encycrypto      48   
   95       ErisDiscordia      47   
   96       Speculatoross      47   
   97       PoolMinor      46   
   98       thisisntbic      45   
   99       fabiorem      45   
   100       gembitz      45   
                              

I am too shy to post it on meta, also not relevant, as it is not forum-meta, but WO-meta!.
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June 28, 2019, 07:55:55 AM

Had a look into proudhon’s posting history. He’s a butt hurt early adopter who sold everything way, way, way too early. He could have been incredibly wealthy but sold everything for pittance.

Evidence -

We should definitely listen to proudhon’s price predictions.

Jokes on you, I already sold all my bitcoins at the top of the June 2011 bubble because it was obvious even then that this whole thing would totally fall apart once china completely bans bitcoin, as we now know it has from numerous legit sources.  

You and I both know that even people who bought above $50 are in trouble, if they don't act soon.

Bitcoin probably won't hit $1000 again because of sources.

(largely snipped)

I’m sure there are more quotes but to conclude - What a fucking loser.

I read through some of it as well. He makes roach look like nostradamus.

I don't understand why people who could be proven so wrong for so many years keep coming back to receive more punishment and ridicule by hardening their already firmly cemented wrongness.

Here the first 100 WO family members.

   33       realr0ach      192   
   49       nutildah      126   

Jesus, only 126 merits from this effing thread?? Thanks for making me feel like a loser, fillipone!

Can you make a graph of the total number of WO merits by month? I didn't start posting here until the big decline last December, so I think I missed out on a lot of the merit orgies. Here's 2 merits in advance.
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June 28, 2019, 07:57:36 AM

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Why you between r0ach and gembitz not under the two..... Tongue
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June 28, 2019, 07:59:15 AM

Let me tell you of the impossible dream.

A support line that runs all the way back to the dawn of time.  At $2.22 at the bottom of the crash in November 2011.  A support line that held us up during the depths of the cryptowinter.

Yeah, I noticed that we broke through "3x per year" line:



But I don't think it means anything. Jump a short-term jump...

We're more likely in the "2x per year" long-term trend these days.
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Why you between r0ach and gembitz not under the two..... Tongue

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