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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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July 08, 2019, 04:54:13 PM

Shitty accelerated fractal which I hate and you lot made me do is matching exactly right now you pricks.  The match is so close right now its not funny.



At first I too disliked that distorted chart, it's trying to make the matrix fit your narrative.

Some overlays are more convincing than others, and likely the most accurate overlays are the one that are done retrospectively, rather than prospectively.  Go figure. 

Don't get me wrong, there remains some value in recognizing how momentum has historically played out and attempting to verify the extent to which the current pattern fits and/or is deviating from such historical comparatives.


But after giving it some thought, wasn't 2016 just one long wait to see if bitcoin was dead or not?

By May of 2016, we already had a pretty decent idea that bitcoin was not dead.   2015 was a bit more unclear regarding the "deadness" status of bitcoin, even while November 2015 showed some considerable signs of life there continued to exist quite a bit of uncertainty until the end of May 2016 when BTC prices busted back above $500 again.

When, in 2017, it was clear that bitcoin was very much alive things took of.


I would characterize 2017 as kind of ongoing desperation attempts to keep bitcoin down as low and for as long as possible, and some other folks considering, as well, that it could be the last times that they could really take over or change bitcoin, and sure the end of 2017 - especially by late August 2017 with further confirmation at the giving up of the segwit2x fudsters, ended up serving as strong demonstration that bitcoin is the king, and its lack of maleability is quite robust as a feature rather than a bug. 

This time around we don't need the 2016 wait, no one thinks bitcoin is dead any more and we can go straight to the next bull run. If so the compressed chart would actually make some sense.

That's true.   There is a lot more acceptance in terms of financialization adoption, but I would not be so smug as to attempt to assert that all of bitcoin's battles are over.  There are still decent sized institutions who would really like to figure out a way to keep bitcoin down lower and for longer if they are able to, and there could still be some rabbits in their hat that allow them to drag out the down period and even attempt to push BTC prices lower through additional disinformation campaigns.  So sure, there could be some front running of the model, and those of us who are largely already "in" bitcoin would likely profit more from such likely front running - but I still would not take front running (or compression as you say) for granted.
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July 08, 2019, 04:56:15 PM

We are planning to purchase claims until July 31, so please get in touch as soon as possible via email at (redacted).
If you have no strong preference either way, you could ignore the offer and start asking some questions July 30, and see if they can do better.

Note that this is subject to the disclaimers and confidentiality provision below.
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July 08, 2019, 04:56:47 PM

Anyone need kidney?  Roll Eyes

"There are no excuses to be a nocoiner.

The biggest-ticket organ you can legally sell in the U.S. is your heart: They're going for a cool $1 million. Livers come in second, worth about $557,000 and kidneys fetch about $262,000 each.

That's like 200 BTC right there.
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https://twitter.com/CryptoBull/status/1146115603469623296
We're on the edge of printing organs like toilet paper, so selling a kidney might not be the dumbest idea for younger folks.

@eddie13  please read Bold part.


@LFC : good call Tongue
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July 08, 2019, 05:01:25 PM

LFC  Roll Eyes I agree with the emotional content of your otherwise irrelevant and inaccurate post Tongue
Bastards!
Not having you or, say, Dabs on the most trusted list for a month or so is kinda fucked up. And things are gonna get worse.
Never mind, eh. 'Trust no one' is the safest way.


Look who is acting emotional.    Shocked Shocked


Get a grip V8, or gonna have to send batman out to do his "lil tinglie."


 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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July 08, 2019, 05:06:11 PM

I just noticed that mic's Q3 game is here now:

Economy > Marketplace > Gambling > Games and rounds
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=71.0



List expanding, great!
Q-games,  speculation thing!
F*** its been moved now.


Yeah,I wonder why....? as I said Q-games (or just games) are a speculation thing... My account was born at the WO-thread where the games where a bit of spammy Roll Eyes
But than when I finally figured out there was more as the WO thread and I could make a thread of myself, then still I feel I should be very close to the WO... So F*** why did they moved it, everybody was speculating over the price Cheesy

If you did not give away money, then maybe you could get away with categorizing the matter as speculation?

Sure, it is understandable that your games might not be gambling in a traditional sense, because guys are not have to invest actual money (yet) in order to win money, but might they NOT be investing something else of value for their "freebie" chance at winning a gift?  There's no free lunch, even if some lunches might be moar free than others.

But still stupid they moved it, its not like annoying in a thread there, its not gambling its more free speculate-share price and thought-get a price if lucky....

But it is what it is..... I Will start Q4 back in speculation, hope it stays there than Smiley
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July 08, 2019, 05:12:07 PM

And on that note, with the benefit of hindsight, last week is starting to look like a huge bear defeat



Institutional shorters may soon be invited to a taste of Bitcoin's irrepressible power. Serves them right, those club-waving troglodytes.
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July 08, 2019, 05:12:45 PM

I just noticed that mic's Q3 game is here now:

Economy > Marketplace > Gambling > Games and rounds
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=71.0



List expanding, great!
Q-games,  speculation thing!
F*** its been moved now.


Yeah,I wonder why....? as I said Q-games (or just games) are a speculation thing... My account was born at the WO-thread where the games where a bit of spammy Roll Eyes
But than when I finally figured out there was more as the WO thread and I could make a thread of myself, then still I feel I should be very close to the WO... So F*** why did they moved it, everybody was speculating over the price Cheesy

If you did not give away money, then maybe you could get away with categorizing the matter as speculation?

Sure, it is understandable that your games might not be gambling in a traditional sense, because guys are not have to invest actual money (yet) in order to win money, but might they NOT be investing something else of value for their "freebie" chance at winning a gift?  There's no free lunch, even if some lunches might be moar free than others.

But still stupid they moved it, its not like annoying in a thread there, its not gambling its more free speculate-share price and thought-get a price if lucky....

But it is what it is..... I Will start Q4 back in speculation, hope it stays there than Smiley

Probably the healthiest part of your statement is to accept that "it is what it is" because owners have a decent amount of discretion regarding the categorizing of content, and I would not be proclaiming any kind of injustices when there do seem to be decent possible reasons to move it or to change its categorization, like I suggested. 

Likely, it would be even better if they provided you with an explanation rather than me or others speculating about possible reasons, then you could hear the reason directly from them... (I am presuming that there is reason(s)). 
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July 08, 2019, 05:13:03 PM
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On more serious matters, I'm starting to get really pissed off, with seed regulations, phytosanitary certificates, import permits, and motherfucking Greek customs.
All I wanted was Princess 77 Bermuda grass seeds ffs & it seems I'm losing this battle.

The dickheads now want an import permit to send the certificate (seeds already stuck in customs), which the customs will grant only when they actually have the certificate.
@%$^#&%&@%^ Sad

so you want to infect your island with non native grass DNA and you are bent that the authorities are giving it a good eyeball

hooooooookay

Huh?

I'm sorry but my island is already "infected" with Bermuda grass (your average lawn) - just not the sub-hybrid Princess 77 of the same family (less watering, less cutting).
All the Greek customs care about (fair enough) is that it doesn't contain any pests, that's why I chose a brand name & also why I need the phyto-certificate.
Which by the way I also paid - as instructed, 80 fucking $ - to have the sales supervisor (dickhead) cancel the whole thing because he had a last minute epiphany that I needed an import permit for that - which in reality is exactly vice versa - in order to get the import permit from the customs.

Dickheads are everywhere jojo, even in the US.
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July 08, 2019, 05:14:17 PM

And on that note, with the benefit of hindsight, last week is starting to look like a huge bear defeat



Institutional shorters may soon be invited to a taste of Bitcoin's irrepressible power. Serves them right, those club-waving troglodytes.

look forward top such dynamics, if it ends up happening.
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But still stupid they moved it, its not like annoying in a thread there, its not gambling its more free speculate-share price and thought-get a price if lucky....

But it is what it is..... I Will start Q4 back in speculation, hope it stays there than Smiley

Maybe you should change the title for next time.
Don't use the word "game" in it and make it something like "Speculation : what's your prediction for...?".
I don't think you'll lose many participants.
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July 08, 2019, 05:26:09 PM

^Yeah good idea Smiley
Thanks

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The number of Blockchain wallets has been growing since the creation of the Bitcoin virtual currency in 2009, reaching over 40 million Blockchain wallet users at the end of June 2019.

https://www.statista.com/statistics/647374/worldwide-blockchain-wallet-users/

Q2 - 2018 +/- 25.000.000
Q2 - 2019 +/- 40.000.000

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July 08, 2019, 05:54:10 PM

Probably fake but still...
https://twitter.com/BitcoinMagazine/status/1148262241617305601

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July 08, 2019, 05:57:00 PM

Quick moment to reflect on the progress we’ve made -



Everything is good & in place for amazing things my friends. I’ll be here every step of the way.

Smiley
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- and "100k party" (never admit to suspecting that maybe fantasy)

Do you mean I was given wrong directions on how to get there ?

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July 08, 2019, 06:00:03 PM


Welcome to digital world Cheesy majority media houses and their twitter handle circulating this image. hard to tell if its fake or real when every source copy pasting same article and image.
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July 08, 2019, 06:01:46 PM

- and "100k party" (never admit to suspecting that maybe fantasy)

Do you mean I was given wrong directions on how to get there ?



If you are genuinely ever in the UK hit me up bruh!
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If you are genuinely ever in the UK hit me up bruh!

Will do.  Wink

Will you take me to Slutshole Lane ?  Grin

Please.
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If you are genuinely ever in the UK hit me up bruh!

Will do.  Wink

Will you take me to Slutshole Lane ?  Grin

Please.

You dirty bitch!
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If you are genuinely ever in the UK hit me up bruh!

Will do.  Wink

Will you take me to Slutshole Lane ?  Grin

Please.

You dirty bitch!

I can't believe I just gave you a merit for calling me that but I loled.

And no it's not an invitation for others to do the same ! Nope.
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