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September 02, 2019, 06:07:09 PM

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i’m the last person able to do this ........ Tongue

I almost went blind trying to read that, ha ha

you can avoid that, just quote the message and read properly  Cool

right, that's exactly what i did, hence the prior post Wink
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September 02, 2019, 06:12:22 PM

Maybe lucrative at first, but eventually they'll build too many "young professional apartments" buildings in one city, and crash the market.
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Less than half are wage slaves?

That's a good thing.
This must be an older graphic, the user base has definitely grown hasn't it? *I fell extremely into this graphic except for the religious aspect, which I find quite surprising.
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Less than half are wage slaves?

That's a good thing.
This must be an older graphic, the user base has definitely grown hasn't it? *I fell extremely into this graphic except for the religious aspect, which I find quite surprising.

Yes, it's pretty old. From 2013. But i think that my hat would match with his jeans. Smiley

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-03-10/demographics-bitcoin
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is it safe to invest in btc now?
Yes I think it's currently pretty safe. The mining profitability is still low and the hashrate doesn't stop to rise, so I think miners won't be able to sell their btc at those prices very long
In brief, I think bitcoin is a little bit undervalued in relation to its real cost at the moment.

https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/hashrate-mining_profitability-btc.html#3m
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September 02, 2019, 06:22:51 PM

...... or that I should do a podcast.  Hahahahaha.  Regarding the podcast...<blah blah blah>

Jay, with all due respect, if you ever did a podcast, please post the link in here...I have trouble sleeping....


I use this channel for that. Smiley

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September 02, 2019, 06:27:24 PM

$10,167

Above $10,000 again but for how long this time, can we say goodbye to 4 digits forever?

Probably not!
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September 02, 2019, 06:29:34 PM

$10,167

Above $10,000 again but for how long this time, can we say goodbye to 4 digits forever?

Probably not!

If we manage to break $11200 and stay there for a while, I'd say yes.

Anon's 3rd prophecy is about to become true.

Anon 2020!
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This must be an older graphic, the user base has definitely grown hasn't it?

2013 to be exact.

Indeed a lot has changed. The age range has expanded considerably and there are many more women involved now, at least where I live.

Also the income profile has probably expanded as the Bitcoin community has grown. 6 years ago we were mostly well-educated geeks with comfortable tech jobs, businesses, or retirement/investment earnings. Now there are more students, laborers, pensioners, and others with smaller incomes involved.

I'd also guess that "Americans" (North, Central, and South) no longer are in the majority.

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September 02, 2019, 06:34:57 PM

Thirty percent of all investment-grade securities now have negative yields. In other words, investors who acquire the debt and hodl to maturity are guaranteed to make a loss.

Why not just buy #Bitcoin and HODL?

https://twitter.com/bitcoin/status/1168311553134751744?s=21

Very easy answer.
A lot of inverstors simply cannot buy bitcoins, to many difficulties.
Technological (how to store them?)
Legal/Fiscal (how to pay taxes on them?)
Compliance (am I allowed to buy bitcoin? Is it within my management mandate?)
Regulatory pressure NOT to be involved in crypto’s
Reputational risk
Etc
Etc

This is why an integrated product like the one Bakkt wants to launch is so important from an institutional money adoption perspective.
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September 02, 2019, 07:00:31 PM


stamp price or gtfo
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September 02, 2019, 07:09:00 PM

Thirty percent of all investment-grade securities now have negative yields. In other words, investors who acquire the debt and hodl to maturity are guaranteed to make a loss.

Why not just buy #Bitcoin and HODL?

https://twitter.com/bitcoin/status/1168311553134751744?s=21

Very easy answer.
A lot of inverstors simply cannot buy bitcoins, to many difficulties.
Technological (how to store them?)
Legal/Fiscal (how to pay taxes on them?)
Compliance (am I allowed to buy bitcoin? Is it within my management mandate?)
Regulatory pressure NOT to be involved in crypto’s
Reputational risk
Etc
Etc

This is why an integrated product like the one Bakkt wants to launch is so important from an institutional money adoption perspective.
Your many points are valid as I know many peoples they want to buy but have many problems you already mention and they cannot manage them to solve so they are going away from bitcoin.
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This must be an older graphic, the user base has definitely grown hasn't it?

2013 to be exact.

Indeed a lot has changed. The age range has expanded considerably and there are many more women involved now, at least where I live.

Also the income profile has probably expanded as the Bitcoin community has grown. 6 years ago we were mostly well-educated geeks with comfortable tech jobs, businesses, or retirement/investment earnings. Now there are more students, laborers, pensioners, and others with smaller incomes involved.

I'd also guess that "Americans" (North, Central, and South) no longer are in the majority.


Wow that is old considering the relation to the age of the tech, I wonder if there is still a majority of a user base.
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In 2013 I was in the lower side of 25-34. Now I am in the upper side. Leaving in a year or two. Feels old man.
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Stamp chart is used for the bitmex price. (one of them) I saw a few times a huge manipulation on the bitstamp because it's easier to crash or pump the market and liquidate longs or shorts on the leverage exchange.
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September 02, 2019, 07:21:08 PM

In 2013 I was in the lower side of 25-34. Now I am in the upper side. Leaving in a year or two. Feels old man.

Me too, we’re a very similar age.
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September 02, 2019, 07:30:00 PM

In 2013 I was in the lower side of 25-34. Now I am in the upper side. Leaving in a year or two. Feels old man.

Me too, we’re a very similar age.

Then we three are  Cool
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September 02, 2019, 07:33:13 PM

$10,167

Above $10,000 again but for how long this time, can we say goodbye to 4 digits forever?

Probably not!

Too early, imo.
Might rise, might fall. Resistance around $10,200 needs a lil push to break, we'll see what happens after that (if it happens).
Is serious TA before close of daily even possible?
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Stamp chart is used for the bitmex price. (one of them) I saw a few times a huge manipulation on the bitstamp because it's easier to crash or pump the market and liquidate longs or shorts on the leverage exchange.

Are you seriously proposing that we reopen negotiation on the Vegas accords of 2015?

Do you have any idea what a can of worms that would be?
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In 2013 I was in the lower side of 25-34. Now I am in the upper side. Leaving in a year or two. Feels old man.

Me too, we’re a very similar age.

Then we three are  Cool

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