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August 21, 2019, 04:15:33 PM

When someone says: "We'll never see 4 digits again"
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For some reason there are still people  buying high and selling low. I can understand the mentally of a sick trader, who with bloody eyes sells in panic when his loss approaches 10%. But to do this constantly, and with such good news like bakkt and the halving is just beyond the sick mind. Of course, the clever buyers will use this new and little expected opportunity to increase their stash. I recall when in January I posted something like: "I just bought bitcoins from someone who will buy them from me above 30K hoping for a 10% profit which probably will be a 10% cut loss". Then I was mocked by a number of bear trolls, who explained with their charts that the bottom is way below 3k and that I will sell then and they will buy from me.  This never happened. Moreover, these guys are the same that buy now at 11K and sell at 10K. But again: in one week I will buy from someone who is willing to sell now, and one day I will sell at 100K to that same person who probably with bloody eyes will cut his loss a day after.

How much brain is needed that if you buy following the trend and sell with a 10% profit, then buying again but selling with the down trend cutting loss at 10% is a never ending trading cycle? Learn to hodl, people! Create a selling plan and live a free and happy life! I prefer to reach my goal in 1 year, but if not, I will be equally happy to buy more coins and wait 2-3-4-5-... years until the goal is reached. And by then, these coins will remain beyond my current selling plan for retirement/kids/etc..


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August 21, 2019, 04:25:01 PM

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


...for the week.
Not anymore! 5 digit again 🤪
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August 21, 2019, 04:29:02 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.

Yeah, made a very nice profit there. As far as I remember it was like 6% a week.
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August 21, 2019, 04:39:26 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.

Yeah, made a very nice profit there. As far as I remember it was like 6% a week.

And people going i'm sure he has a reasonable business plan for those kind of returns, where do i send my BTC
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August 21, 2019, 04:44:05 PM

Casa introduces incentive features to encourage regular maintenance of bitcoin nodes

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Bitcoin custody startup Casa wants its users to regularly check up on the status of their bitcoin nodes. On Tuesday, the startup announced the launch of Node Heartbeats, a new feature to "privately, quickly and securely check that your Casa Node is working properly." Along with Node Heartbeats, Casa is also announcing the Heartbeat SatsBack Reward program, which will reward its users for regularly using Node Heartbeats 0.0001BTC, (approximately $1), for sending at least five "heartbeats" a week.

https://www.theblockcrypto.com/tiny/casa-introduces-incentive-features-to-encourage-regular-maintenance-of-bitcoin-nodes/

Node Heartbeats y Heartbeat SatsBack Reward

https://blog.keys.casa/node-heartbeats-and-the-heartbeat-satsback-reward/
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August 21, 2019, 04:49:56 PM

Fellas!
Sex is losing 🤪

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August 21, 2019, 04:59:17 PM

Fellas!
Sex is losing 🤪





I prefer Sex and BTC
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August 21, 2019, 05:03:29 PM

Watch out folks Grin





 Cool

#itsatrap
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August 21, 2019, 05:33:02 PM

Gembitz is Dutch ?
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August 21, 2019, 05:44:36 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?

Anyone?
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August 21, 2019, 05:48:31 PM

Gembitz is Dutch ?
I doubt it,the Dutch are an intelligent people.
Probably  American(CIA). no offence intended to any Americans here

Weeeeeee
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August 21, 2019, 05:52:50 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?

Anyone?

Likely wash trading? Or the tracker is off with bogus data
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August 21, 2019, 05:56:10 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?

Anyone?

Likely wash trading? Or the tracker is off with bogus data

or double spends? :\ hmmm
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August 21, 2019, 06:24:42 PM

Gembitz is Dutch ?
I doubt it,the Dutch are an intelligent people.
Probably  American(CIA). no offence intended to any Americans here

Weeeeeee
Yes they were most Intelligent since they have Drump as president. Grin
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August 21, 2019, 06:28:35 PM

Fuck you Dutch - give us Greenland*

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August 21, 2019, 06:35:31 PM

Yeah they're not even taking care of it; letting all of the glaciers melt and whatnot...
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August 21, 2019, 07:01:31 PM

Fuck you Dutch - give us Greenland*

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Haha Trump what a guy, delay the meeting with Denmark cause of......  Roll Eyes
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August 21, 2019, 07:10:07 PM


I need some more description about what the purpose of this would be, and maybe some links of people actually using it.

I presume it is largely a way to get access to the bitcoin blockchain from anywhere in the world with a mere satellite connection and there would possibly be some folks who could either design equipment around such possibilities and/or to sell access through such decentralized access.. but I still would like to see some more expert discussion regarding where this fits and comparing/contrasting with how blockstream has created some of that kind of satellite access to the bitcoin blockchain too, apparently.
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August 21, 2019, 07:45:03 PM

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Nice post JJG, long as usual, but well thought out while being entertaining with little to no redundancy. Kudos. At its very essence imo its pretty noble for serveria and ivomm to get mad about a bearish post, I mean its kinda one of things where the sound money cause is bigger than a personal prediction of where price will go. As a frequent partaker in Bullish propaganda production I respect this.

My thing w ivomm was more about the actual content of his posts and how they werent accurate in their portrayal of what I actually wrote. I tried to address him directly on this and clear it up but he never responded, so Im just gonna forget about it and move on.

You do bring up a good point about newbs and fence sitters that is gonna give me something to think about tbh. I dont want to steer them in the wrong direction bc there is never a bad time to buy Bitcoin and their newb brains may be fragile.

I have some friends and fam that I would never mention short term bearish ideas to bc they might freak if they heard a die hard bull like me mention anything other than long term moon. I have more advanced hodler friends who I enjoy discussing short term predictions (bullish or bearish) with and bouncing ideas back and forth, and many on WO fall into this mold, but it is easy to forget about newbs observing WO from the shadows.

Tricky sitiuation, I will have to think on it. This problem will solve itself for the most part in a few months when I go relentlessly long and short term bullish for month after month after month, but it will come up again of course.

@majormax, unfortunately you bring up a good point and Ive noticed this phenomena and its current parallels as well.


Personally, I  believe that long term BTC HODLers and outwardly proclaimed bulls (especially long term bullish); have to attempt to be as frank as we can to newbies and no coiners in terms of telling them how it is, including some kind of ideas that it does not matter too much how certain we are about the possible short term bearishness of BTC, if they are either inadequately prepared for up or they have little to no stake in BTC, their first plan should be figuring out a minimum HODLing stash, even if they are buying at all time highs.  Thereafter, once they have established an initial stake, then they have more room to fuck around by dollar cost averaging, and attempting to increase their stash by buying on BIGGER dips, and strategies like that.  First things, first is to establish some kind of comfortable stash, and if they are only comfortable with zero stash, then that is their fucking problem, as long as we have not contributed to scaring them in their bullshit perspective.  

I have told quite a few peeps in real life that they need to be a bit more proactive in establishing a BTC stash and getting some stake in it, but sometimes it is like talking to a brick wall, so I am not going to spend a lot of effort or even take responsibility over the price movement, if it happens to go down rather than UP, but I will tell them, if they are willing to listen that if they do not get some kind of active involvement in BTC, they may well be missing out (in a personal way) in one of the largest transfers of wealth that man has seen in a decently short period of time.  If they don't understand what I am saying and do not have enough enthusiasm to ask questions or attempt to pursue the topic, I am not going to hold their hands, even if they proclaim that they are confused, blah blah blah.

So, yeah, there are ways to not overly sugar coat the matter, and also to say that bearish scenarios could play out for a decently long period of time while still recommending that newbies, no coiners and fence sitters get some kind of stake in the game, at minimum.

Like you suggested, I have no real problem with posters here being a bit more overly bullish and even inaccurate on the side of some overly bullish scenarios, sure it would be nice if they would clarify up some inaccurate or disputably inaccurate facts, if the matter is clearly presented to them, because those are ways that we all can learn by some back and forth, even if sometimes we might disagree about relevant and material facts, reasonable inferences drawn from such facts or the logic that is used to support various scenarios.


Short term no comment, long term moon Cheesy

In other words, baby BTC bull is doing just fine.
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August 21, 2019, 07:54:21 PM

Fuck you Dutch - give us Greenland*

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Haha Trump what a guy, delay the meeting with Denmark cause of......  Roll Eyes

Denmark shouldn't have allowed Nord Stream II in their territorial waters. The "Greenland" reminder is just the consequence! The Empire of Chaos doesn't like disobedient satellites.
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