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Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 25879390 times)
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September 06, 2019, 04:07:23 AM

Gold got smashed today, but bitcoin was not...interesting...it is really an uncorrelated asset.
Maybe planB is right and bitcoin is controlled mainly by the underlying math in the form of the S/F.
I am a believer (for now).

I surely don't give too many shits about gold; however, I looked at the Gold chart, and I did not see any significant or meaningful "smashing" for today.  I did see a little bit of a price correction today, but largely put gold at the same price as it was yesterday or the day before... What is the significance of that?

I am thinking that even if there is some truth to what you are saying in regards to Gold's correction for today and bitcoin staying either flat or slightly up, there is a need to zoom out and to look at longer periods than  a day or two or even weeks.  Probably more important to look at months or years to see how they are performing in comparison to each other, and even then might still have some difficulties describing/arguing correlation or lack thereof.  
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September 06, 2019, 04:16:36 AM

As has already been said above, both Norway and Sweden are part of the Common Market. 

The UK is leaving the Common Market.  The situation is not comparable.

Yes they are, that open border was there before both countries was a member of the common market.

Again, irrelevant.   The Common Market started in 1958. 

Some members of this forum act we are still living in the 1950s, but the rest of the world has moved on.
So what, Sweden and Norway joined at different times, yet always had an open border. When the common market started is irrelevant, what is relevant is that you can have one country in the common market and one outside and still have an open border as demonstrated by the Nordic countries.
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September 06, 2019, 04:49:05 AM

^ For Snow...

1. Wow, that Hamilton vs Satoshi rap battle is pretty good...

Yeah, i loved it. catchy indeed! Hamilton dude was good though.


@d_eddie Wb bro again Grin
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September 06, 2019, 05:05:59 AM

Here's a new round of the WOW (WO-Where?) game. I think it's going to be fairly difficult, at least until a few pixels are uncovered. However, the WO participants have already proven how good at this they are, so it might be cracked earlier than I imagine.

I have 5 smerits as of now, but I'm setting the prize for this round at a conservative 3 merits because I'm sure a couple of merits will go before I'm done catching up.



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September 06, 2019, 05:24:48 AM

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Why there are chains in the wheels?


You obviously do not live in a country with snow and ice Smiley
It gives you better grip on snow and ice, there are parts of Europe where you have to have snow chains with you in your car in the winter.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc1WLvTrjSQ
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September 06, 2019, 05:32:39 AM

Here's a new round of the WOW (WO-Where?) game. I think it's going to be fairly difficult, at least until a few pixels are uncovered. However, the WO participants have already proven how good at this they are, so it might be cracked earlier than I imagine.

I have 5 smerits as of now, but I'm setting the prize for this round at a conservative 3 merits because I'm sure a couple of merits will go before I'm done catching up.



Damn..... i’m not able to search good cause I need to go to the hospital today.... nothing worse but gonna be there for a few hours

Goodluck to everyone in finding where eddie is..... also the GF looks very lovely
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Naaaah just take blood and little later a dental operation, but always waiting probably etc
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September 06, 2019, 05:52:11 AM

@rebal.........

I have no need to go in discussion with you and just keep it me= coiner ——> reward Will be sweet
You = ——> NOcoiner and Will always be a slave/pleb of the system.....
Probably at its very best a fool with a handfull of altcoin trash bags.....

Have Fun with what ever you do, and yes keep warning people in here that i’m doing no good or what ever .....



handfull of altcoin trash bags can be changed to handhalf of BTC trash bags at any moment.
Do you realize how fool you are? You know why? cuz you are a slave of a system.

Mic don’t quote the troll Roll Eyes

Btw those alt ——-> btc returns always getting smaller...... just a heads up for if your dumb ass didn’t noticed yet

WoW Mic actually contributing towards another member Cheesy
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bakkt (warehouse deposit) is live!



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September 06, 2019, 06:17:33 AM

Porsche type 597 Jagdwagen, mid 50s during Swedish tests. We decided not to buy.
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Why there are chains in the wheels?


You obviously do not live in a country with snow and ice Smiley
It gives you better grip on snow and ice, there are parts of Europe where you have to have snow chains with you in your car in the winter.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc1WLvTrjSQ

Love the door design  Grin
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September 06, 2019, 06:20:41 AM

Ireland is part of the EU.  

The EU controls its borders.  

If the UK is not part of the EU, then there needs to be border controls between the EU and UK.

It’s like saying the United States is “forcing” Canada to have border controls. 
No what I'm saying is when the UK is sovereign and can control it's borders only one party is the one forced to have borders that being Ireland and it's not by their choice possibly but by the EU.
Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
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Porsche type 597 Jagdwagen, mid 50s during Swedish tests. We decided not to buy.
But it would be a cool Porsche to own.




Why there are chains in the wheels?


You obviously do not live in a country with snow and ice Smiley
It gives you better grip on snow and ice, there are parts of Europe where you have to have snow chains with you in your car in the winter.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc1WLvTrjSQ

This kind of question makes me realise how different is Bitcoin community.
I own tire chains, but also  winter tires and I know how and when use both of them.
Someone else lives in places where the sun always shine and there is no winter.
We both love bitcoin.

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Porsche type 597 Jagdwagen, mid 50s during Swedish tests. We decided not to buy.
But it would be a cool Porsche to own.




Why there are chains in the wheels?


You obviously do not live in a country with snow and ice Smiley
It gives you better grip on snow and ice, there are parts of Europe where you have to have snow chains with you in your car in the winter.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc1WLvTrjSQ

This kind of question makes me realise how different is Bitcoin community.
I own tire chains, but also  winter tires and I know how and when use both of them.
Someone else lives in places where the sun always shine and there is no winter.
We both love bitcoin.


In bitcoin community:

No religion

No borders

No restrictions

But still we can enjoy more benefits as a currency now and forever,Long live bitcoin. #KeepHODL
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September 06, 2019, 06:44:08 AM

Ireland is part of the EU.  

The EU controls its borders.  

If the UK is not part of the EU, then there needs to be border controls between the EU and UK.

It’s like saying the United States is “forcing” Canada to have border controls. 
No what I'm saying is when the UK is sovereign and can control it's borders only one party is the one forced to have borders that being Ireland and it's not by their choice possibly but by the EU.
Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
Heres a better solution.......Fuck off Lauda.

You really not as smart as you portray. You mean Northern Ireland. Ireland is not in the UK

 
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September 06, 2019, 06:48:02 AM

https://twitter.com/whale_alert/status/1169815776733220866?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

1 billion dollars... moved easily, securely and without any third party. Bitcoin really is amazing
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https://twitter.com/whale_alert/status/1169815776733220866?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

1 billion dollars... moved easily, securely and without any third party. Bitcoin really is amazing

Sweet mother of god! I wonder what this pile of btc will be worth after the halving/next parabolic rise  Cool
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https://twitter.com/whale_alert/status/1169815776733220866?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

1 billion dollars... moved easily, securely and without any third party. Bitcoin really is amazing

Sweet mother of god! I wonder what this pile of btc will be worth after the halving/next parabolic rise  Cool


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https://twitter.com/whale_alert/status/1169815776733220866?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

1 billion dollars... moved easily, securely and without any third party. Bitcoin really is amazing

is this the first big bakkt warehouse deposit? Smiley
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https://twitter.com/whale_alert/status/1169815776733220866?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

1 billion dollars... moved easily, securely and without any third party. Bitcoin really is amazing

is this the first big bakkt warehouse deposit? Smiley

Would be nice rocket fuel if so
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