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Question: Oct. 16 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (2.2%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 3 (3.4%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 5 (5.6%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 7 (7.9%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 13 (14.6%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 25 (28.1%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 14 (15.7%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 6 (6.7%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 4 (4.5%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 2 (2.2%)
>$14,000 - 8 (9%)
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June 30, 2019, 09:30:32 PM

If you look at Stolfi his numbers were put in over less than two and a half years in total.

Why didn’t he just buy loads of bitcoin & HODL. He was aware of bitcoin early, he’d be a multi millionaire now & not a sad wanker.
Oh haven't you heard? A currency can never be a good investment ... , because, you know, reasons....  Roll Eyes
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June 30, 2019, 09:34:36 PM
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Cohesive argument there, I prefer Jim Rickards take which is that anything can be used as money however the quality varies considerably.   Much as I might dislike what is going on with politics and its influence on common peoples cash notes, it is still money and used as such

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Strength above blue, some weakness if market can close below 11111 on 4hr or daily bar ideally.  This is last weeks test and blue line is momentum
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June 30, 2019, 09:46:13 PM

Nice, boring, same old same old $1*,*** Bitcoin.

Just the new normal, nothing to see here.
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June 30, 2019, 09:49:59 PM

Cohesive argument there, I prefer Jim Rickards take which is that anything can be used as money however the quality varies considerably.  

Jim Rickards is a self proclaimed establishment shill who speaks of scum like Christine Lagarde and Larry Summers that should be, and probably will be, publicly executed for their crimes with respect.  Anything out of Jim Rickards mouth is 1/2 truth, 1/2 lies.  If you insist on listening to Jim Rickards, you better be able to spot which is which.  

No, his definition of money is entirely incorrect.  People have already made these arguments and definitions for what is money and what is a currency thousands of years ago long before Jim Rickards was born. Study the arguments of people like Plato (a Keynesian, statist, fascist who believed money should be an imaginary widget) vs Aristole (said money is required to be a physical commodity) about money, NOT Jim Rickards. Why did Jim Rickards purposely make a false argument about the definition of money?  Because like I said, he's an establishment shill and wanted to create a definition of money that US fiat would qualify for.
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June 30, 2019, 09:52:17 PM

Fucking 7 day Twitter timeout for calling some talentless blue-checkmark whore a “talentless whore”. Nice to see $10,000 again. When $20,000 ? Guess I’ll hang out here for a bit. Have been having a blast on Twitter trolling the ever loving crap out of BCH and BSV supporters.

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I can say from experience that after my first 7 day timeout on twitter I was banned forever within a week from coming back. I think once you are on probation you are pretty much on the way out. Bcash boyz and XRP The Baghodler Standard boyz got me on timeout, then a literal communist party member Tranny who was hating on Bitcoin got me the final ban.

As I battled her smear campaign against Bitcoin I pointed out that if he cant accept his genetic chromosomal reality of being a man then it was understandable that he couldnt accept the superiority of sound hard money to toilet paper currency.

That was the end of my time on twitter Angry

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Props to Infofront for letting us be ourselves and speak freely on WO!  Cheesy

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That's what you get for debating someone with a more powerful victim card than you..

Creating your own victim card may help you in the future.. You can just claim to be a black muslim trans lesbian or something and maybe gain the edge in battle that you need..

I'm still waiting for it to put a new AYH or break under 10k to see if I should have let JJG talk me out of my bet.. I didn't think it would take this long for one of them to happen..

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June 30, 2019, 09:58:03 PM

Stolfi had some logical points.

 Whatever happened to that guy ? His postings were always too crazy and conspiratorial to take him seriously. Sort of dropped off at some point and haven't heard much from him.
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June 30, 2019, 10:07:54 PM

Major sea of red  Shocked

It's pretty easy to tell how all this plays out.  The invisble hand of the market above all loves to punish stupid people and pigs.  JayJuanGee and Trollgoossens are the two dumbest people in the thread while also being two of the biggest pigs, and both are no physical metal shitcoiners.

Yeah.

And, we hang out too... that's why we should be painted in one broad brush....  .   Wink 

Next thing that you are going to be saying is that I am on TeamMic.

Get a life, you cunt.
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June 30, 2019, 10:09:43 PM

Not to mention he (Stolfi) spends his own free time writing to the SEC in their comments section how shit bitcoin is on every single ETF proposal.

Why didn’t he just buy loads of bitcoin & HODL. He was aware of bitcoin early, he’d be a multi millionaire now & not a sad wanker.

I don't remember Stolfi's exact political leanings, but I think much of what he said revolving around some form of collectivist ideology.  People like Hairy McJew and JoJoWhatever in this thread are probably even more collectivist than Stolfi and want socialist systems, but they're simultaneously such greedy scamming Jews that they'll attempt to become involved in any type of financial Ponzi scheme possible even if it completely goes against anything they believe solely at an attempt at swindling out some type of personal gain.

I personally do not blindly worship our current economic system erroneously labeled capitalism - even though it's not possible to have capitalism if you have a central bank - for many of the same reasons Hitler didn't worship capitalism.  If your whole country through unrestrained capitalism becomes entirely FOREIGN owned by FOREIGN shareholders who then use your citizenes as indentured servants, what good is capitalism for you then?  Your only option then is to exterminate the slave masters and take it back to not be slaves.

This is why the whole "national socialism" thing had actual traction.  They claimed if they got rid of the Jews and went back to business as usual it would just all happen again.  If the so called "final solution" actually succeeded, I'm not sure exactly how that's possible, but whatever.  The bottom line is that a nation is solely a grouping of common ethnicity and culture, so there's no reason to allow foreign Arabic, Chinese, Jews, whoever to own land or companies in a white country, but capitalism should work out relatively okay internally as long as you block things like that.
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June 30, 2019, 10:11:58 PM

Small question can someone say the exact price it was at 00.00 CET, cause I think it was a close one....
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June 30, 2019, 10:13:45 PM
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Whatever happened to that guy ? His postings were always too crazy and conspiratorial to take him seriously. Sort of dropped off at some point and haven't heard much from him.

He moved to Reddit where there must be more people willing to be wowed.

https://www.reddit.com/user/jstolfi/

Judging by that he has not let up in the slightest. That's five and a half years of producing enough foam from his gob to fill an Olympic swimming pool on the hour every hour.

Why haven't his family staged an intervention? I'm not sad about his opinions. I am sad about the utter waste of his life.

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Small question can someone say the exact price it was at 00.00 CET, cause I think it was a close one....

$11,342

Edit:  Woops... Im recalibrating.. wrong chart...  I had my stupid-ass binance chart next to my bitstamp chart... fuck.

$11,265


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$11,262 is the most accurate.  The price bounced a little during that minute, but it entered the minute candle at about $11,262 and exited at about the same price.

Edit 3:

I just looked at the CET time and I thought that it is only 23:20.. so don't we have 40 minutes to go before 0:00 CET?    I was looking one hour in advance, no?

Edit 4:

I believe that the weekly candle closes at 0:00 GMT/UT   - which means that the weekly candle is closing in 1 hour 35 minutes... because it is only 22: 25 there, as I type.
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June 30, 2019, 10:22:41 PM

THX so 11,262 it is

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Fucking 7 day Twitter timeout for calling some talentless blue-checkmark whore a “talentless whore”. Nice to see $10,000 again. When $20,000 ? Guess I’ll hang out here for a bit. Have been having a blast on Twitter trolling the ever loving crap out of BCH and BSV supporters.

#hodl



Yeah  BCH and BSV are not for me.

I keep mining away.  Doing okay.

Coins are dirt cheap for me now about 4000 in power for a coin.

I don’t need charts for my price predictions.

20k by 2020 Jan 1

30k + by 2020 April 1
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June 30, 2019, 10:27:13 PM
Last edit: June 30, 2019, 10:43:33 PM by realr0ach

Here's Stolfi's post from today.  He sorta gets things right but sorta wrong (along with the replier).  In reality, in a "mature" Bitcoin market, people would use such a system and it would not require trial and error, HOWEVER, it would take the shape of people literally subscribing to a centralized mining pool monopoly where they would get a guaranteed routing of all their transactions for a fixed rate...just like 'subscribing' to a Bank of America bank account who approves and denies your transactions. Reason number five billion Bitcoin is pointless and has no reason to exist compared to physical metals.


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June 30, 2019, 10:27:18 PM

THX so 11,262 it is

Yep... If you were using the official time to close was 27 minutes ago... sounds good.

Like a referee:  once they call it, then it is called.
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June 30, 2019, 10:27:34 PM

Small question can someone say the exact price it was at 00.00 CET, cause I think it was a close one....

$11,342

Edit:  Woops... Im recalibrating.. wrong chart...  I had my stupid-ass binance chart next to my bitstamp chart... fuck.

$11,265


Edit 2:

I think:
$11,262 is the most accurate.  The price bounced a little during that minute, but it entered the minute candle at about $11,262 and exited at about the same price.

Edit 3:

I just looked at the CET time and I thought that it is only 23:20.. so don't we have 40 minutes to go before 0:00 CET?    I was looking one hour in advance, no?

Edit 4:

I believe that the weekly candle closes at 0:00 GMT/UT   - which means that the weekly candle is closing in 1 hour 35 minutes... because it is only 22: 25 there, as I type.

 They're on CEST right now and it's 27 minutes after the witching hour.

Edit: I see you already know
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June 30, 2019, 10:30:28 PM

Fucking 7 day Twitter timeout for calling some talentless blue-checkmark whore a “talentless whore”. Nice to see $10,000 again. When $20,000 ? Guess I’ll hang out here for a bit. Have been having a blast on Twitter trolling the ever loving crap out of BCH and BSV supporters.

#hodl



Yeah  BCH and BSV are not for me.

I keep mining away.  Doing okay.

Coins are dirt cheap for me now about 4000 in power for a coin.

I don’t need charts for my price predictions.

20k by 2020 Jan 1

30k + by 2020 April 1

What about 2019 July 17th ? I like a heads up knowledge about the price for that day THX
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June 30, 2019, 10:30:39 PM

Small question can someone say the exact price it was at 00.00 CET, cause I think it was a close one....

$11,342

Edit:  Woops... Im recalibrating.. wrong chart...  I had my stupid-ass binance chart next to my bitstamp chart... fuck.

$11,265


Edit 2:

I think:
$11,262 is the most accurate.  The price bounced a little during that minute, but it entered the minute candle at about $11,262 and exited at about the same price.

Edit 3:

I just looked at the CET time and I thought that it is only 23:20.. so don't we have 40 minutes to go before 0:00 CET?    I was looking one hour in advance, no?

Edit 4:

I believe that the weekly candle closes at 0:00 GMT/UT   - which means that the weekly candle is closing in 1 hour 35 minutes... because it is only 22: 25 there, as I type.

 They're on CEST right now and it's 27 minutes after the witching hour.

Edit: I see you already know


Hahahahahaha..   thanks for clarifying, because I was a bit confused, but I am pretty sure that the weekly candles are closing in 1 hour 30 minutes, so it will be interesting to see if there is any BIG price movement that happens before or after the closing of the GMT -based candles.
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June 30, 2019, 10:34:49 PM

Speaking of which, I'm sure Loyce's scripts are smart enough to weed out quotes when counting keywords?
I could, but I didn't. If it's quoted, I assumed it's still relevant so it counts.

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June 30, 2019, 10:35:55 PM

Fucking Stolfi, what an asshat, Professor of fucking bull shit.

Considering how dead and gone some of those posters are and how high their numbers are it goes to show how psychotic they were.


Doesn’t really bode well for JJG, V8 or myself
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