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August 21, 2019, 01:51:21 PM

Hello WO!
Observing BTC@10,5888

Observing BTC while trekking remote regions:



Spotty internet service cannot keep me away from WO!

Surely not as glamorous location as Mic’s, way colder and way more difficult to get to!

 That is beautiful!

Yes, Dolomites are very beautiful. I visited dolomites 2 years ago.
Here are some photos







2 years ago.
Last picture: do you see the middle one? I was on top of that. Looks more difficult than what really is.
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August 21, 2019, 01:57:12 PM

Congratulations! Well it doesn't seem easy to climb that. I'm sure it's more diffucult that it seems  Smiley
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August 21, 2019, 02:15:18 PM

PSA: Always believe the MSM, because their message is always consistent. Lol.

“The underlying consumer is doing well and making more money. More importantly, they’re spending more money,” Bank of America CEO Moynihan tells CNBC.

vs.

“What no one seems to talk about is the underlying fundamentals behind the consumer are actually deteriorating before our very eyes,” the firm’s chief economist and strategist said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Futures Now. ”
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August 21, 2019, 02:35:03 PM

Yes, Dolomites are very beautiful. I visited Dolomites 2 years ago.

I visited Dolomite back in the 70's.

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August 21, 2019, 02:41:01 PM

$600 pump immanent

$998 and dropping!!  Shocked  weeeee
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August 21, 2019, 02:42:26 PM
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Does anybody have a clue wtf is this?


Source: https://bitinfocharts.com/bitcoin/

There are almost 25million bitcoins transacted in the last 24 hours. That's bigger than the all circulating coin supply.

Someone with 1k btc needs to make 25k transactions in 24 hours to make this possible.

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Bitcoins sent avg. per hour (last 24h)   1,034,709 BTC ($10,360,163,019 USD)

The question is, Wtf?
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August 21, 2019, 02:46:40 PM

Does anybody have a clue wtf is this?


Source: https://bitinfocharts.com/bitcoin/

There are almost 25million bitcoins transacted in the last 24 hours. That's bigger than the all circulating coin supply.

Someone with 1k btc needs to make 25k transactions in 24 hours to make this possible.

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Bitcoins sent avg. per hour (last 24h)   1,034,709 BTC ($10,360,163,019 USD)

The question is, Wtf?

timberrrr  Kiss  lol j/k that's trippy (((138.77% market cap??))) do we have another source?
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August 21, 2019, 02:48:31 PM
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With secure transactions you can get this.

Example:

Account X with BTC100
You send BTC1 to Account Y

Account Z is created by your secure wallet
BTC1 will be sent to Account Y
BTC99 will be sent to Account Z

Your remaning balance is now in account Z
The stats say BTC100 was moved even if BTC1 was actually sent out to a foreign account.

P.S. This is done to protect your public key aswell as your private key. Only when BTC is sent does the source address need to provide it's public key.
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August 21, 2019, 03:03:24 PM
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Another last chance to buy at 4 digits  Cool
Wow, impressive registration date. I would love to hear your story. Wink
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Nothing spectacular. At one point I had almost 200 coins, but was selling/trading as it went up over the years. I was also scammed by a few coins during the wild west of bitcoin investing, but dodged a lot of bullets too (i.e. took out my investments before PirateAt40 ran with all the investors money). I have only around 30 left now but thanks to bitcoin I bought a land and build my house without having to pay the mortgage.
My total investment into bitcoin was roughly around 1500 EUR, some coins I bought at 4 EUR a piece. I stopped buying when it went above 30 EUR as that seemed to me as too expensive at that time (first big crash in bitcoin was from around 32 USD top). Since then I'm trading and have some invested in casinos house bankrolls. I still have a normal day job even if the income from trading/investing would cover my expenses, but bitcoin is too unpredictable.  Cool
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August 21, 2019, 03:13:14 PM

With secure transactions you can get this.

Example:

Account X with BTC100
You send BTC1 to Account Y

Account Z is created by your secure wallet
BTC1 will be sent to Account Y
BTC99 will be sent to Account Z

Your remaning balance is now in account Z
The stats say BTC100 was moved even if BTC1 was actually sent out to a foreign account.

P.S. This is done to protect your public key aswell as your private key. Only when BTC is sent does the source address need to provide it's public key.

Nicely explained!

And the more corn there is in an address, the more skewed the results will be, e.g., imagine one has BTC100000 in an address, and sends only BTC0.01 somewhere... Although only BTC0.01 was actually sent out, a whopping BTC100000 was moved.
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August 21, 2019, 03:14:19 PM

Is anyone else getting spammed by CryptoSlate.com site without an unsubscribe link? I don't remember signing up for their news list and have no clue if they are a biased source or not. Looks like they like to run FUD pieces from a cursory glance.
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The largest salt flat in the world (Bolivia)

What a beautiful photo! You're lucky if you've been there...
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The largest salt flat in the world (Bolivia)

What a beautiful photo! You're lucky if you've been there...

 Thank you. Yes, i'm uploading only my personal photos.
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The largest salt flat in the world (Bolivia)

Vacation Observer !  Cool  niceeeeee!! +1
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August 21, 2019, 03:56:58 PM

Another last chance to buy at 4 digits  Cool
Wow, impressive registration date. I would love to hear your story. Wink
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Nothing spectacular.

Haha, the Pirate was a cool story indeed. I can’t remember the return but receiving the collateral back in time must have felt good afterwards.
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August 21, 2019, 04:01:11 PM

Good evening WO
Observing @ $9,969

We are below 5 digit but for me it's okay.
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The largest salt flat in the world (Bolivia)

What a beautiful photo! You're lucky if you've been there...

 Thank you. Yes, i'm uploading only my personal photos.
It's a dreamland. I would say this is a picture you can sell online for money.
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Watch out folks Grin

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August 21, 2019, 04:10:59 PM

This is it guys - it could be the last chance to ever buy at 4 digits


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