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July 19, 2019, 02:27:24 PM

Interesting post that is, nutildah. Actually had my brain working for once!

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Thanks, I think! That made me want to re-read it, and I found a typo.

Sure is quiet around the WO house tonight...



We’re all resting before an epic weekend pump to over $13,000 again Wink
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July 19, 2019, 02:34:34 PM

Interesting post that is, nutildah. Actually had my brain working for once!

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Thanks, I think! That made me want to re-read it, and I found a typo.

Sure is quiet around the WO house tonight...



Luckily, not everyne is resting this weekend:
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July 19, 2019, 02:34:54 PM
Last edit: July 19, 2019, 02:45:16 PM by mindrust

Price action of the last few hours is interesting, I wonder if it is a few whales playing against one another.

It seems wanna go under 10k - 9.5..

I can't actually predict anything right now at least for the short term. I am just watching. Will buy some small amounts when I get my hands on some throwaway money but that's it.

It will go beyond the last ATH in a year or two that's for sure but I don't have any idea about what'll happen in the next 3-4 weeks.
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July 19, 2019, 02:40:10 PM

Price action of the last few hours is interesting, I wonder if it is a few whales playing against one another.

It seems wanna go under 10k - 9.5..

I would find it quite disappointing if in the 50th anniversary of Moon Landing Bitcoin would post a red candle.



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This is related to Bitcoin.

To the Moon!

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July 19, 2019, 03:38:15 PM

Dammmn! I was out last evening got myself pretty wasted, still manage myself to scooter back home with my GF .....
Then I woke up pretty early with a bit of dizzy head, got myself to the gym as we recently have a spinning room, did a sprint session and I was instant sober and UP at the same time, now realizing its Friday and pretty good of temprature down here, so going for another work out followed by a food and b00z work out...

Also please let the weekend pump come our way Cheesy


Also this week I did a group session a few times and after 30 minutes at the bodycombat lesson there is this “bring Sally up” been worked in.... anybody did this push up challenge before?

If not watch and try, its around 3 minutes 40 seconds, but in our lesson we already have done 30 minutes of heavy sh*t, still the worked in Sally thing is only 2 minutes and I can just do it, with nothing left anymore Smiley
Maybe going early today and try the full challenge!

Have a good weekend and hopefully weekendPUMP brothers !!!
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July 19, 2019, 03:45:35 PM

Any of you guys run a full node?

Do you still have this in your debug log?

"warning='## of last 100 blocks have unexpected version'"
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July 19, 2019, 03:54:49 PM
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Any of you guys run a full node?

Do you still have this in your debug log?

"warning='## of last 100 blocks have unexpected version'"
Yes,
since last time you asked I opened an issue on the Bitcoin core github.

Here it is: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/16343

It is still related with AsicsBoost, and it is due to the fact that:

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Bitcoin Core does not expect that miners are setting those versions, which is why it is logged.

Still, something you shouldn't really care about.
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July 19, 2019, 03:57:00 PM
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Any of you guys run a full node?

Do you still have this in your debug log?

"warning='## of last 100 blocks have unexpected version'"

I'm not sure this can help you, maybe you've already read it

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5135747.0
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July 19, 2019, 04:10:46 PM

Any of you guys run a full node?

Do you still have this in your debug log?

"warning='## of last 100 blocks have unexpected version'"

I'm not sure this can help you, maybe you've already read it

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5135747.0

"Unknown version" is different from "unexpected version".
I learnt from my errors!
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July 19, 2019, 04:18:51 PM


@fillipone - Awesome, I was just keen to see it wasn’t just me seeing it.
Hopefully they get rid of it in an imminent update, seems pointless having the warning.
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https://twitter.com/boxmining/status/1151882010635493377
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July 19, 2019, 04:33:33 PM
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@fillipone - Awesome, I was just keen to see it wasn’t just me seeing it.
Hopefully they get rid of it in an imminent update, seems pointless having the warning.

When I suggested this to the devs , I got a stiff lip answer, that it is clearly not necessary to remove the warning.
This puzzles me how "unexpected" is different from "unknown".
But I am not bitcoin core devs...
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@fillipone - Awesome, I was just keen to see it wasn’t just me seeing it.
Hopefully they get rid of it in an imminent update, seems pointless having the warning.

When I suggested this to the devs , I got a strict answer, that it is clearyl not necessary to remove the warning.
This puzzles me how "unexpected" is different from "unknown".
But I am not bitcoin core devs...
Fillippone Just pawn in the game of life


As long as my node is safe & there’s no bug or anything I’m cool with it. I agree with you though that maybe it should be removed. I’m merely a HODLER & bitcoin investor though so what I think doesn’t mean much.
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This is related to Bitcoin.

To the Moon!


Quite relatable indeed.
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July 19, 2019, 05:08:54 PM

So this is what I see:

Today:  $10,610
1 October: $13,793 still working
1 November: $20,689.5 working
1 April 2020: $33,103.2 working
1 November 2020: $56,275.4 maybe
1 April 2021: $101,295.7 not working
1 November 2021: $192,462 recovering from a 100K party & traveling

Weeeeeeeeeeeeee

see my interpretation ^^^ above in red

Your interpretation(s) has been lacking, recently.

You know that I am supposed to be trolling you for your having had mentioned on a few occasions, in recent times, the "waiting" for sub $9k BTC prices, don't you?

I am "waiting" for a sign from JSRAW regarding when this particular bottom is "in"... Maybe the two of you have been conspiring on the side, recently... hahahahahahaha... to fail/refuse to respond to trolling?  

Different time zone bro Cheesy and I took your advice on health seriously, reschedule my conjugal visit little early so sorry for the late reply  Tongue

I am glad to hear about that.

On a side note in a perfect world, no one should be allowed to make fun of my low IQ mind  Cry

Each of us has our talents or not, so frequently we can get value from a variety of perspectives, or whether some of those contributions might be mixed up from time to time.  I think that many of us are learning (except perhaps roach and some of the other troll/shill/ongoingly insistent nocoiners), even if from time to time, we are dumb fucks.

@LFC : I am feeling like smarty pants not cashing out my salary  Grin

I hope that neither of you guys are proposing gambling or leveraging, and if you do gamble or leverage (or promote such practices), then hopefully any of that is done in a largely moderate kind of a way.
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July 19, 2019, 05:10:14 PM

Pussy like you have never seen before

https://youtu.be/FtSd844cI7U

Aka.... click bait.
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July 19, 2019, 05:18:04 PM

Pussy like you have never seen before

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Aka.... click bait.
Very disappointed
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July 19, 2019, 05:19:18 PM

Ouch:
*U.S. REGULATOR PROBING CRYPTO EXCHANGE BITMEX ON CLIENT TRADES

Just rewind a few days ago:
 WAS BITMEX ‘AGAIN’ BEHIND THE LATEST BITCOIN FLASH CRASH?

And yesterday opposite move, a huge jump in minutes.


 Exchanges under fire after suspicious ETH crash and today’s BTC spike


Closing this fraud exchange will be quite bullish for Bitcoin. We might have been at 100K already if Bitmex didn't exist.

I don't think that it is healthy thinking to be hoping for exchanges to get closed through either government actions or through other private means, such as exit scams. 

Otherwise, I doubt that bitmex is going to voluntarily close through any kind of slow shutdown because they are making a killing through speculation options that they offer.... and your criticisms of manipulation or insider corruption is likely exaggerated and fueled by misinformation attack vectors rather than really what is likely to be going on, which are whales using the bitmex to leverage and to play the market for as long and as far as they are able to do so, while bitmex profits from that kind of trading and those kinds of offers/tools that their platform puts into the cryptospace.
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July 19, 2019, 05:27:46 PM

Odds that we have left 4 figures behind forever:

Today:  10%
1 October: 30%
1 November: 50%
1 April 2020: 60%
1 November 2020: 70%
1 April 2021: 80%
1 November 2021: 90%

So this is what I see:

Today:  $10,610
1 October: $13,793
1 November: $20,689.5
1 April 2020: $33,103.2
1 November 2020: $56,275.4
1 April 2021: $101,295.7
1 November 2021: $192,462

Weeeeeeeeeeeeee

Most of us will probably be dead from too many hookers, too much cocaine or a Lambo crash before November 2021 Cheesy

Seriously though, I didn’t ever imagine in my wildest dreams those prices would be possible when I started buying in 2015.

Whoaza!!!!!!!!!!

Careful, DeathAngel, those are figurative aspirations, don't be overdosing on them.

Remember that your long term health is more important than a few extra blow jobs, or actually doing blow, or taking too many chances with donuts in the lambo for cheap thrills in regard to g-forces or whatever.

I do accept what you are saying though, as a definite risk factor, especially for newbie rich folks like us. (that includes the royal us)
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July 19, 2019, 05:36:43 PM

I have a question for you guys regarding an event that was mentioned about 3/4 of the way through the below-linked Rabbit hole recap episode:

https://overcast.fm/+KiHrLzrpw

They said something about a coordinated effort to buy bitcoin at midnight UT on this coming saturday.

I was planning to participate in this event and to market buy a relatively small amount of BTC at whatever the fuck price is then happening, but I could not find any further information about the buy/pump bitcoin event.

Anyone heard about this or have further information?  If I cannot find any widespread publicity then I might not do it or if I do do it, then I will just buy a smaller amount than I originally intended.  Otherwise if the event is more widely publicized then I might buy a larger amount (out of taking one for the team support) in order to support/promote the idea  of the event.,. which is to pump bitcoin at a specific time... just for LOLs.

 
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