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August 13, 2019, 07:51:58 PM

Be careful what you wish for. The weekly point and figure chart shows bull market would reverse to bear if we have a weekly close under $9412:

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August 13, 2019, 08:06:24 PM


"We cannot say there is no relationship between stock-to-flow and Bitcoin value”.

In other words, he spent an entire day yammering out equations and bullshit to come to the conclusion that he has no conclusion at all.  It doesn't take a statistics major to know that stock to flow doesn't apply to Bitcoin because IT'S NOT A REAL COMMODITY OR RESOURCE.  You can hoard all 21 million coins and the entire planet can just ignore you and laugh at you like a retard and you have no power at all.  If you cornered the market on an actual resource like physical silver, the world actually needs it and you can charge whatever the market can bear.  This guy is proof there's only two kinds of people in Bitcoin:  stupid smart people and stupid scammers.
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August 13, 2019, 08:28:57 PM

^. I'm assuming it cost you 20BTC back in 2016.



I hope it was worth it. Undecided



































































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#one#sick#fuck
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August 13, 2019, 08:33:15 PM

It needs to drop a bit more for me, 9700$ would be good. 10000$ would be OK.

Be careful what you wish for. The weekly point and figure chart shows bull market would reverse to bear if we have a weekly close under $9412:



Funny chart.

Well if it goes lower I have spare cash to buy more !
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August 13, 2019, 08:35:14 PM

It appears Carl Force aka cryptotourist is triggered.

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August 13, 2019, 08:36:41 PM

CSW rekt:

https://twitter.com/wizsecurity/status/1161338703710568448
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August 13, 2019, 08:40:23 PM

^. So is r0achie, but never mind that. Grin
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August 13, 2019, 08:45:02 PM

^See you at da $0k party, Richter.
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August 13, 2019, 09:21:59 PM

scrOachie gets hyperactive - green dildo coming  Grin
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August 13, 2019, 10:09:17 PM


Hobby prove done by some raspi judges?

Lol
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August 13, 2019, 10:40:44 PM
Last edit: August 13, 2019, 11:48:14 PM by JayJuanGee

  I mean to change to tradingview as Bitcoinwisdom fell over and didnt get back up but I dont take estimations too seriously, its only really in conjunction with news and other views.

Some people had not changed from bitcoinwisdom.com to bitcoinwisdom.IO.  The bitcoinwisdom.io is the one that still works, and is being updated, and seems to work currently.  The other one (bitcoinwisdom.com) seems to not work and is not being updated.  

Is that helpful to what you are trying to do?

Edit:

I mean to change to tradingview as Bitcoinwisdom fell over and didnt get back up

bitcoinwisdom.io

working clone

Woops... looks like jo-squared already got this one.
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August 13, 2019, 10:42:43 PM


They subpoenad the creator of bitmessage
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August 13, 2019, 10:45:01 PM



I am unclear on any consequences that 'fake satoshi' would have in this court case. Assuming he is gonna lose it.

1) it is a civil case? thus big whoop?

2) Craig Wright can just not do the judgment or the payment or whatever, if found guilty, being overseas and all?

3) Call "Dog: The bounty hunter!"

Just sum up for me, if he Craig Wright is gonna get 'dinged' on this in any manner,

or he will just walk away without any 'real' consequences.

I want his 'ass' but I think he is gonna walk without even a slap on his tiny wrists. Sad

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August 13, 2019, 10:47:15 PM

I'm confident that you can easily double-triple some btc by putting it into ethereum now consider how low the btc price is for eth.  I do like that ethereum is gpu miner friendly instead of only asics.

My avatar alter-ego is a shitcoin pumper!!!!!

OMG!!!!!!

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August 13, 2019, 10:47:42 PM

Bitcoin is dropping today....


Don't worry. I guess there are some whales whom binge-drunk today, and unintentionally click on sell button at wrong prices. Consequently, they unintentionally dumped bitcoin. Price will recover next several days.

 No way to know where Bitcoin will go.
It takes massive patience to hodl.
It's never easy when it goes down down down
But holding it's the only way

Changpeng Zhao knows where Bitcoin will go even He tried to make FOMO at $13k via twitter.  He said Bitcoin will never go under $10k. So let wait if bitcoin will keep $10k.
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August 13, 2019, 10:52:33 PM

(or more likely govt. agent)

Go fuck yourself, Junior G-person.

You are really losing it, jbreher, and that new nick for me, comes off as a wee bit lame. 

You can do moar better, no?

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August 13, 2019, 10:55:38 PM

I'm confident that you can easily double-triple some btc by putting it into ethereum now consider how low the btc price is for eth.  I do like that ethereum is gpu miner friendly instead of only asics.

My avatar alter-ego is a shitcoin pumper!!!!!

OMG!!!!!!



JJG, Ethereum is better than Bitcoin. With ETH, you can scam people and get million of $ in 24h. You won't have to wait 50 years to buy lambo by holding BTC.
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August 13, 2019, 11:01:49 PM
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I am unclear on any consequences that 'fake satoshi' would have in this court case. Assuming he is gonna lose it.

1) it is a civil case? thus big whoop?

2) Craig Wright can just not do the judgment or the payment or whatever, if found guilty, being overseas and all?

3) Call "Dog: The bounty hunter!"

Just sum up for me, if he Craig Wright is gonna get 'dinged' on this in any manner,

or he will just walk away without any 'real' consequences.

I want his 'ass' but I think he is gonna walk without even a slap on his tiny wrists. Sad

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Wright v Kleiman is a civil case.

CSW and David Kleiman supposedly mined 1.1 million bitcoins which are tied up in a complicated trust structure called the “Tulip Trust”.  CSW claims the entirety of the trust was handed over to him.

Ira Kleiman, brother of David Kleiman, is suing for half.  

The problem is there is no evidence that any bitcoins were mined, or if they were, they weren’t sold a long time ago. It is almost certain that Tulip Trust is just a bullshit publicity stunt.

So it’s a big law suit about nothing which is going nowhere.  Nothing will happen to CSW - he will just get more publicity.
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August 13, 2019, 11:11:47 PM

If there is no trust with actual 1.1mil btc and by actual I mean btc for which the trust has private keys for, then it is even more idiotic than i thought.
Let's toast to this!
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August 13, 2019, 11:15:35 PM

I already responded both that your facts are not correct and also,

So you're asserting that the charts I posted links to contain fraudulent figures? Interesting. I don't believe your assertion is correct, so I will tentatively conclude that you are delusional on these additional matters of fact.

I'll be happy to rescind my conclusion of delusional, just as soon as you post links to credible evidence of corrected data.

... and even if you might be using some actual facts ... emphasizing facts (if true) in your favor

I know that at one time, in about late 2017, you and your buddy, PeterR were advocating 50/50 or some baloney like that

Nope. You misrememberate. I think Peter suggested just not divesting your other Bitcoins. For my part, I have divulged several times that I have several times the number of BCH, and of BSV, than I do of BTC, though the dollar value of my BTC exceeds the rest of my holdings. And no, I do not feel stupid about it. I fully expect total vindication upon the onset of Blockalypse II. Even if not, I am doing just fine, thankyouverymuch.

That is not much materially different than I had remembered, and of course, you are trying to say that you have some different holding and allocations phylosophy from PeterR.

Nonetheless, it sure it is good to figure out some of these stakes from time to time (even for the benefits of other readers of this thread who might read some of you frequently bitcoin naysaying posts), and surely even though I disagree with you opinions in terms of your choice to hold onto those two shitcoins (bcash variants ABC and SV), I disagree with you pumpening baloney Bcash crap here, but it is laudable that you, at least, to give us some ideas about the approximate ratios of your bcash bag holdings, especially if you are going to be making certain kinds of uptalking attempts of those bcash variants and attempting to suggest that such talk is somehow relevant to this thread, including your ongoing bitcoin neggings..

By the way, even though you are saying that your dollar value held in BTC is greater than BCH and BSV, that would not be too difficult to accomplish by even holding 10x more of each of those stupid ass shit coins, based on current BTC dollar values, but yeah, perhaps there will be some kind of pumpening of those coins, but I doubt that long term holding of those coins would be prudent, nor vindication likely, as you are suggesting, but surely if your money is where your mouth is, then perhaps that is some kind of credibility... even if still seeming to stretch the concept of relevance, here, especially when a kind of meaningful vindication, such as either of those shit projects gaining meaningful network effects to supplant bitcoin (which seems to be what you are suggesting to be not only plausible but likely) seems to be quite a long shot - maybe even in the less than 1% scenarios of likelihood, similar to roach's seeming planning and preparing for Armageddon.....
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