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June 20, 2019, 07:09:08 PM
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Shelbys observations on Libra and BTC

https://twitter.com/iamnotback/with_replies

EDIT: for those without twitter accounts:

https://archive.is/https://twitter.com/iamnotback/with_replies

Why would anyone here give any ratt's ass about what a banned member thinks about anything?  especially one who has proven to be substantively disingenuous in the past?

Couldn't be bothered to click on that.

I'd rather spend a few more minutes looking at this.




Now we do not swim, we're just diving. Cool

Just perfect, any more of her. Smiley

Blue hair matches the water....

Sometimes chicks with blue hair are overcompensating for deficiencies in other areas, but hey, what would I know, the backside does not seem to be deficient in any kind of meaningful way -besides the blue hair.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy  don't get me wrong, blue hair could be a sign of a "problem" but surely is not any kind of deal breaker for me.. just could be a bit more difficult to take her home to meet mom.   Wink Wink


I'd rather spend a few more minutes looking at this.




Now we do not swim, we're just diving. Cool

Just perfect, any more of her. Smiley

You only see a big butt, the hair looks blue, you can not see the face, you can not see the tits, maybe if we see the girl out of the water we get a surprise. Cool

That's what I was trying to say.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Great headline. Somewhat disappointed it's businessinsider rather than The Onion.
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Great headline. Somewhat disappointed it's businessinsider rather than The Onion.
The onion has been out of business for years dude.
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June 20, 2019, 07:13:40 PM

1 of the dishes is broken, in the original photo the trick was 2 looked to be pointing down.

I earlier presumed they were both the visual trick. I have now inspected the dishes in detail and I was wrong about one of them. I admit it.




I don't see that much difference between the two. Either they are both a visual trick or both dishes pointing downwards. I think we need an expert here... where is xhomerx10?

Sad as I am I went up and down the road on street view inspecting the dishes and angles    Embarrassed

*edit* the plot thickens, it was also fixed now from certain angles.      Huh Huh Grin Cool



Great, you solved it!

One (leftmost) clearly pointing fully down and the other one it seems was sliding over time and that explains why in some angles (maybe snapshots at a different date?) look not so down.

Not a visual trick. Just neglecting owners. Mistery solved.

Oh come on. It's obviously a well-disguised phased array installed by our reptilian overlords so they can signal back to Alpha Centauri, built from locally-sourced components for maximum stealth.
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June 20, 2019, 07:17:43 PM

I paid a two dollars fee to move 0.1btc, not even one hour later and it already have four confirmations.

We dont need big blocks.
I think 2$ and 20minutes to wait it's too slow and too expensive for people in 2019  Undecided

When FOMO kicks in, it will spectacularly increase the demand for block space. Sending average confirmation times and average fees soaring. Once again.
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June 20, 2019, 07:20:26 PM

Bullish continuation pattern?
I'm very bullish now on Bitcoin, especially if we break above $9,500. I'm so excited Kiss



We are in a new bull market but are making new highs on lower volume each time which is a sign we are due for a correction. Could we make $10000 first? Who knows but I would put some low ball bids in to buy between $7200 to $8000 as the low volume indicates this rally is running out of steam.



Does the alleged lowering BTC trade volume as you characterize it from what appears to be a random (or selective) drawing a line at the highest of one of the recent peak bars really tell us much of anything regarding what is happening or will happen?  Does not appear to.  

There is another theory which involves describing a bit of BTC price consolidation that is currently going on that will help to prepare for a more sustainable spring into $10k and beyond.  

Surely, BTC's price might not get above $10k on the first attempt, but it would have made less sense to have gone straight up from $4,200 on April 1 to beyond $10k (or even to get close to $10k) without a variety of meaningful attempts at price consolidation along the way, which also serves the purpose of allowing buy support to catch up with the actual price and to be able to sustain more solid pumps, when they next occur - which is also going to need some support and fuel in order to sustainably get above $10k if such getting above $10k has any realistic chance of actually happening.

Far from a given that supra $10k is going to happen this time around, but still seems to be a decently plausible scenario that may well have better odds than experiencing any meaningful downward price correction from here.. as you seem to be implying from your post to be a more plausible/current scenario.

If price and volume are moving in the same direction, the trend of the commodity price will usually continue. If they are running counter to each other as my chart showed that is a warning of an impending pullback in price. We are in a bitcoin bull market so shorting is reserved for experts who know how to scalp, all others should go long when price drops.

I think that part of my point was questioning your description of the direction of BTC trade volume.  It seems more inconclusive than to actually be "going down", but hey, if you believe trade volume is going down, based on those facts, then you have a right to come to such conclusions - even if some others might be a bit less persuaded, at least for now.
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June 20, 2019, 07:21:20 PM

So I'm thinking this libra nonsense will get heavily regulated, the states would be insane not to. And that will then be used as an excuse to regulate crypto in general, and bitcoin especially. It might be a good time to get around to moving elsewhere for those planning to do so.

Facebook has the money, clout, and kompromat to bulldoze through regulation.

They already track FB account user data to sell to the ad agencies, retail companies, and government agencies. The next logical step is to link your captured user data to what you routinely spend your money on, and how much of it.

Libra will help them do just that. And that will be perfectly fine with the regulators.

This.

and +1 WOsMerit. I'm dry with the boring standard ones, but I see you already got a bunch for this post. WO peeps are nice Smiley
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The price is going up.
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The price is going up.

10 8 dollars for New high
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June 20, 2019, 07:32:32 PM
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Sorry thought your post was gonna stop after that sentence especially on a Thursday Cheesy

Merited.

This is good advice, and we should all take opsec very seriously, or we risk getting our precious BTC wrenched out of us and into the wallets of thieves. A while back, a Turkish guy had posted on Facebook that he owned 400+ BTC. Notice the past tense "owned"... He was kidnapped, tortured, and his BTC taken from him.

Tattooing BTC on an exposed part of your body is like inviting criminals to do the above to you. Just be extra careful and never openly boast about your stash, especially to people you don't know well. If someone asks, just say you're into the technology and want to be part of the revolution, but never that you own a good amount of corn.


Does someone in here???

And I do understand, but still how many $, ,£,..... tattoo's do I see daily on people not owning what they paid the tattoo....
How many just wanna be in the picture or make a tattoo cause of wanna be a part of it just....
I have a Lebowski on me, he ain't my dad, bud, uncle, friend or whatever... just something I like Cheesy


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Sorry thought your post was gonna stop after that sentence especially on a Thursday Cheesy

Merited.

This is good advice, and we should all take opsec very seriously, or we risk getting our precious BTC wrenched out of us and into the wallets of thieves. A while back, a Turkish guy had posted on Facebook that he owned 400+ BTC. Notice the past tense "owned"... He was kidnapped, tortured, and his BTC taken from him.

Tattooing BTC on an exposed part of your body is like inviting criminals to do the above to you. Just be extra careful and never openly boast about your stash, especially to people you don't know well. If someone asks, just say you're into the technology and want to be part of the revolution, but never that you own a good amount of corn.


Does someone in here???

And I do understand, but still how many $, ,£,..... tattoo's do I see daily on people not owning what they paid the tattoo....
How many just wanna be in the picture or make a tattoo cause of wanna be a part of it just....
I have a Lebowski on me, he ain't my dad, bud, uncle, friend or whatever... just something I like Cheesy



Did I miss something here or did you just fuck up the quotes so bad it looks like I did? Tongue
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That's freeking hilarious.
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June 20, 2019, 07:43:15 PM

I've been hiding under my hat lately.  I really liked your smile so I went with it Wink
Hope it fits!



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The last few hats you churned out are your top jobs yet! This has beautiful colors and framing, and bitmover's, wow, bitmover's. The hat club is becoming a very stylish place.
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Bitcoin moving, weekend price?
Ten-thousand a piece!
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I made my point, so I feel no need to lecture about it.
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Sorry thought your post was gonna stop after that sentence especially on a Thursday Cheesy

Merited.

This is good advice, and we should all take opsec very seriously, or we risk getting our precious BTC wrenched out of us and into the wallets of thieves. A while back, a Turkish guy had posted on Facebook that he owned 400+ BTC. Notice the past tense "owned"... He was kidnapped, tortured, and his BTC taken from him.

Tattooing BTC on an exposed part of your body is like inviting criminals to do the above to you. Just be extra careful and never openly boast about your stash, especially to people you don't know well. If someone asks, just say you're into the technology and want to be part of the revolution, but never that you own a good amount of corn.


Does someone in here???

And I do understand, but still how many $, ,£,..... tattoo's do I see daily on people not owning what they paid the tattoo....
How many just wanna be in the picture or make a tattoo cause of wanna be a part of it just....
I have a Lebowski on me, he ain't my dad, bud, uncle, friend or whatever... just something I like Cheesy



Did I miss something here or did you just fuck up the quotes so bad it looks like I did? Tongue

I did f*** up here somehow, still the words are there Tongue
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I made my point, so I feel no need to lecture about it.
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Sorry thought your post was gonna stop after that sentence especially on a Thursday Cheesy

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This is good advice, and we should all take opsec very seriously, or we risk getting our precious BTC wrenched out of us and into the wallets of thieves. A while back, a Turkish guy had posted on Facebook that he owned 400+ BTC. Notice the past tense "owned"... He was kidnapped, tortured, and his BTC taken from him.

Tattooing BTC on an exposed part of your body is like inviting criminals to do the above to you. Just be extra careful and never openly boast about your stash, especially to people you don't know well. If someone asks, just say you're into the technology and want to be part of the revolution, but never that you own a good amount of corn.


Does someone in here???

And I do understand, but still how many $, ,£,..... tattoo's do I see daily on people not owning what they paid the tattoo....
How many just wanna be in the picture or make a tattoo cause of wanna be a part of it just....
I have a Lebowski on me, he ain't my dad, bud, uncle, friend or whatever... just something I like Cheesy


Did I miss something here or did you just fuck up the quotes so bad it looks like I did? Tongue

Substantively, having fucked up quotes or not, there is nothing wrong with having tattoos, and they may mean something or not - even if a "bad person" stranger might be able to put together aspects of a puzzle - depending on whether or not he is interested in malice... In other words, NOT all peeps are good out there, even if 99.9999% of peeps are not going to bother you, the bad ones (to the extent that they might be able to overlap paths with you) certainly are not going to complain about your providing more pieces to the puzzle - and most of the time, they are not going to provide guidelines (until maybe when they are on their deathbed or in prison) regarding what pieces of the free information that you gave up that they were able to use in order to exploit the areas that they wanted to exploit...

Some malicious peeps are likely thinking:  "sure is nice that BTC is irreversible and puts a lot of value in the hands of relatively naive normies."
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Great headline. Somewhat disappointed it's businessinsider rather than The Onion.
The onion has been out of business for years dude.

the punchline has no expiration date on classics, dude.
I, indeed, like it.
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Childsplay, hope its good....
Bitcoin moving, weekend price?
Ten-thousand a piece!

It’s the hat mic - The Law Of Attraction.
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Yearly broken Cheesy

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Childsplay, hope its good....
Bitcoin moving, weekend price?
Ten-thousand a piece!

It’s the hat mic - The Law Of Attraction.

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