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July 17, 2019, 02:38:47 AM


Is it thursday already?

Stop getting so god damned prematurely excited about the possibility of thursday, Hueristic.

Focus ur selfie, focus.   We have more important battles right in front of us at this exact moment, including the possible imminent death of bitcoin.... seriously, this time..  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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Yes... but this is the "real" ded this time. Do I need to spell it for you?


This time is different.  Get a grip.

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July 17, 2019, 02:42:29 AM

Well well look not even a dead cat bounce ...
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July 17, 2019, 02:45:30 AM

Well well look not even a dead ded cat bounce ...

FTFY.. smartie panties. 
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July 17, 2019, 02:56:22 AM

So had the email notice to check my quarterly 401k action and this time I actually looked at it. My YTD earnings is at 25.0% which is flat out amazing for a 401k. And then I looked at BTC for YTD and got 25.9%. BTC continues to beat the street.
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July 17, 2019, 03:23:09 AM

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Yes... but this is the "real" ded this time. Do I need to spell it for you?


This time is different.  Get a grip.



Yes, confirmed, this time its officially dead.

RIP BTC
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July 17, 2019, 04:30:51 AM

In 2017 we had multiple crashes that led to 40%+ drop from the previous AYH. And the price always recovered. In the last month we had 2 crashes that led to a 33% drop from the AYH at 13800. Should we be worried? I'd say no! On the contrary, we should continue buying and removing bitcoins from exchanges. I still think that we may cross the ATH of 20K this year, but if not, after the halving this is certain. Therefore have no fear, just BTFD!
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Yes... but this is the "real" ded this time. Do I need to spell it for you?


This time is different.  Get a grip.



Yes, confirmed, this time its officially dead.

RIP BTC

the next 40-ish hours (or could it be longer?) are critical to figure out if we get a bounce or whether we can stay above $9k.. then if we do not stay above $9k, what is next?  Is $8k pretty much open for grabs?  meaning is there going to be any support there?  I could not imagine getting below $7,500 without some kind of a bounce.  Would this be the second leg of the overall correction from $13,880?  or is anybody attempting to count legs, besides me?  Usually we would not get more than three downward legs in order to maintain a bull market... but I remain uncertain about what to call this phase of our correction, besides "concerning."

Well my buy order just above $9,200 has NOT filled yet.  I won't be disappointed if that buy order does not fill, but currently, I am thinking that the odds for it filling in the next 40- hours are greater than 50% maybe even close to 60%, and also I am thinking that there is an close to 60% that my buy order just above $9k will fill too.  I hate to call too many odds for down or to get too smug about down, and I don't even know the reason for this debbie downer... except perhaps normal correction momentum and just an opportunity for bearwhales to attempt to push the BTC price down as far as they can and for as long as they can (and the vast majority of other cryptos (aka shit coins) seem to be largely paralleling BTC's current price performance) during the congressional attention on "crypto" or whatever congress intends to look into this week in relation to facebook coin and perhaps corollary matters?  Bitcoin really affected by this except for short-term opportunism?

By the way, frequently when I start talking like this, the bottom is in, but surely no guarantees, that's for sure.  and yeah, ivomm, you are not going to catch me changing any of my ongoing buying behavior.. at least until we reach below $7k.. and hopefully sub $7k is not in the near future cards or in the cards to ever be seen again in bitcoin history....
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July 15, 2019 – Bitcoin buyers are only fooling themselves – again

Yes... but this is the "real" ded this time. Do I need to spell it for you?


This time is different.  Get a grip.



Yes, confirmed, this time its officially dead.

RIP BTC

Don't worry, it is just bots dumping until they get the usd balance positive. Bots don't sleep. LOL
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Don't worry, it is just bots dumping until they get the usd balance positive. Bots don't sleep. LOL
I'm not worrying to much, just trying to help fill my orders  Wink
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This will end soon, there is only 15% to extract.

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July 17, 2019, 05:04:16 AM

Kenzy got hacked again!!  already tagged the account, you guys should do the same if you want.
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July 17, 2019, 05:14:43 AM

Good morning @ $9.469.
Signs of recovery (before the next dump?)
Anyone else going to Bitcoin's funeral today?
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Kenzy got hacked again!!  already tagged the account, you guys should do the same if you want.

I see there are a few red tags there already on his trust tab...   Is there any purpose to add more red tags, when the account has already been highlighted as a hacked account?

I hope that his BTC are safe.. and also that he gets back his forum account in an expedited timeframe.

Each of us  should be taking measures (and sometimes even extra measures) to protect our forum accounts, and I am not sure if his opsec is not secure..  

I remember some recent discussion in this thread on the topic of his opsec, and he had claimed to had been taking some decent measures, so sometimes it can be difficult to know what kinds of additional measures might be necessary in his particular situation, especially if it is like you say that if his account had gotten hacked a second time.. so if there was some continued vulnerability that had not really gotten sufficiently plugged up?

Sometimes we also have to take some decent security measures in our lives such as password managers or 2 factor authentication on some of our e-mail accounts.  I believe that some folks had suggested that some kind of additional 2 factor authentication should be added to this forum, too... and I don't claim to know exactly what measures would be helpful for this forum, specifically..   Anyone?

I had only been hacked into one time, but I had also lost access once due to my own making a mistake in how I had attempted to reset my password in a way that caused my account to get automatically locked.

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Oh fuck... looks like he is having some real issues, and some of his bitcoin accounts hacked, too.. fuck.. .

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5165936.msg51850222#msg51850222

real problems can come when your exchange accounts are hacked too... Frequently, hackers need a couple of forms of identification, and sometimes an e-mail might be enough, but then there can be phone security issues, too... or even issues with 2 factor such as google authenticator or authy.. or even passwords saved in google chrome and stuff like that..  so fuck fuck fuck...

I went through some of that too... and devil could be in the details regarding how the hackers get some of the information to be able to hack and then are able to reset other aspects of the information and passwords  and they work as a team, too.. so accounts can get hacked very fast and frequently any value removed relatively fast, as well... not reversible if they actually are able to make withdrawals of crypto, whether bitcoin or otherwise.. .. and sometimes if withdrawals are frozen by the exchange, they might be able to engage in trading activity on the account that quickly depletes the value of the account.. and I supposed that there are ways that they could profit from merely trading too, if they are on the other side of such trades in some illiquid coin or something like that.
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July 17, 2019, 05:25:42 AM

Good morning @ $9.469.
Signs of recovery (before the next dump?)
Anyone else going to Bitcoin's funeral today?

I am just planning to buy BTC if it keeps going lower in fairly regular intervals (hate to give away all of my specific secrets).. and hoping (praying) for the best in terms of a bounce and then perhaps more convincingly an actual reversal of this so we can return to enjoying more UP, as well as planning our filthy rich futures, anticipating that outcome is still in the futures of HODLers and ACCUMULATors.
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July 17, 2019, 06:07:09 AM

^ yeah account is already tagged and i agree with you but i felt that i should mention here as well because he hangs out here and his account can use couple of red trust from WO members too along with other community members.

he's in contact with exchange, just talked with him offline and he mentioned that his funds are safe.
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^ yeah account is already tagged and i agree with you but i felt that i should mention here as well because he hangs out here and his account can use couple of red trust from WO members too along with other community members.

he's in contact with exchange, just talked with him offline and he mentioned that his funds are safe.

The headache of sorting through forum accounts and emails and things like that is much better than losing funds, but sometimes you might think that your funds are safe and they are not... so I am not always sure how to resolve that.

For example, I recall that as soon as my sim was ported in early 2017, I had received an email from bitstamp saying that my password had been reset.  I immediately hit the reply button that said "this is not me." but they still got the funds.  I actually did not freeze some of my other accounts right away, but I got lucky to save some funds from some accounts in spite of my slowness.

Regarding persistence of hackers, those fucks can frequently continue to try over and over and over through various means, which seemed to have happened to me for a while after I had been in the process of securing various accounts.  Kenzawak may have some of those same issues if he has a compromised e-mail and then if they are able to get into a few accounts, then it seems that some more extensive security measures might be prudent to pursue... anyhow, hopefully, a lot of this is able to be sorted out with Kenzawak being able to get his various accounts back and to increase security.  Actually, I recall that it took several months for me to regain access to some of my accounts, and then they wanted me to make sure that I jumped through a variety of extra security measures before they would return me access to my account(s). There are other details, too, but sometimes it might not be prudent to get into too many specifics in public either about what measures have been taken or even what the vulnerabilities might have been if it might remain a bit uncertain if some of the holes have been decently patched.
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July 17, 2019, 07:07:35 AM
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What does the 2017 vs 2019 one look like now?

2017 vs 2019 is doing fine.

We even saw similar mid-July drop in 2017.



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July 17, 2019, 07:25:53 AM

That sure lines up nice.  What is it about our brains that makes this imagery tickle us so much?
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July 17, 2019, 07:37:46 AM

Talking of brains being tickled...

Elon Musk's brain-machine-interface technology Neuralink is recruiting staff.  Enhancing the brain, for medical reasons, or 'to keep us up with AI'.

It's pretty sci-fi, kind of William Gibson's Neuromancer stuff.

Video from announcement here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-vbh3t7WVI&feature=player_embedded
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July 17, 2019, 08:09:51 AM

I don't care for that stuff. I don't need more gadgets in my life.

Those brain guys should concentrate on finding a cure for Alzheimer's first.
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