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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

the receiving address is also used for other transactions, all transactions are from today: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/37XuVSEpWW4trkfmvWzegTHQt7BdktSKUs
maybe it's really the new bakkt warehouse?

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$1 Billion+ $BTC  was transferred in one transaction yesterday. Where did that come from? 🤔

We took a look and saw that a large percentage of it could be traced to @HuobiGlobal addresses



https://twitter.com/thetokenanalyst/status/1169929738607124482?s=21

More info on twitter feed.
Apart obvious consideration two things strike me:
1.they sent al the funds straight away... I would have tested the setup sending 1 bitcoin to the recipient address.
2. They paid a very elevated fees: nothing changes, but fees are low, why burning cash?

If you'd have 1 billion would you care about $600? That's money they leave as a tip to a waiter...   Grin
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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

the receiving address is also used for other transactions, all transactions are from today: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/37XuVSEpWW4trkfmvWzegTHQt7BdktSKUs
maybe it's really the new bakkt warehouse?

Apparently there is more:

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$1 Billion+ $BTC  was transferred in one transaction yesterday. Where did that come from? 🤔

We took a look and saw that a large percentage of it could be traced to @HuobiGlobal addresses



https://twitter.com/thetokenanalyst/status/1169929738607124482?s=21

More info on twitter feed.
Apart obvious consideration two things strike me:
1.they sent al the funds straight away... I would have tested the setup sending 1 bitcoin to the recipient address.
2. They paid a very elevated fees: nothing changes, but fees are low, why burning cash?

If you'd have 1 billion would you care about $600? That's money they leave as a tip to a waiter...   Grin

They tested it. They sent 0.1 BTC first.
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Could they be moving the funds as a precaution.
After they move the funds they could sell all the forks that the account has accumulated. This way you cannot do possible replay attacks Huh

Uhhh ohhh then I guess BCH is doomed? Or can they absorb ~100k coins?  Grin Grin Grin
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September 06, 2019, 12:08:10 PM

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.



Have got no F***ing clue bro Smiley

Neither have I?

Not getting much further than a basket weave pavement pattern.
Somehow I feel a link with soccer...
Thought I got close with Kings Cross in London but no go...

Not much to go on...
That's fair. Two takers already. Here's more, though not much help (yet), I'm afraid.





Well, somebody mentioned Krakow and d_eddie said it's a long way from there or smth like that. So I assume this is far away from Europe? North America or Asia? China? Some big square in China? What was it's name?
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That's fair. Two takers already. Here's more, though not much help (yet), I'm afraid.




My guess would have been Times Square but its just too empty.
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It's been like that since 1952 regardless of the different countries various and changing affiliations and memberships, and long before any single market.
The point is that it is neither unheard of nor hard to keep an open border. All you need is a will to do so.

Today's world is not the same. And you're talking about countries with a similar culture, not trying to compete with each other.

The UK wants to leave the EU as it feels special, and wants to become some kind of Ayn Randian utopia where anything goes.
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September 06, 2019, 12:18:51 PM

10800 key resistance broken!  Next target - 12K! Go, go, go!
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September 06, 2019, 12:22:34 PM

That's fair. Two takers already. Here's more, though not much help (yet), I'm afraid.




My guess would have been Times Square but its just too empty.

Tiananmen Square?
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It's been like that since 1952 regardless of the different countries various and changing affiliations and memberships, and long before any single market.
The point is that it is neither unheard of nor hard to keep an open border. All you need is a will to do so.

Today's world is not the same. And you're talking about countries with a similar culture, not trying to compete with each other.

The UK wants to leave the EU as it feels special, and wants to become some kind of Ayn Randian utopia where anything goes.
The UK is special .what you going to do about it?
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September 06, 2019, 12:28:02 PM

Big time resistance coming up around 11.2kish

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September 06, 2019, 12:46:07 PM

Tiananmen Square?

When I was in the Shanghai airport for a layover, the first thing I did was fire up my laptop and attempt to google "Tiananmen square massacre," but it turns out everything related to Google is blocked, because you're supposed to use Baidu. Facebook and Wikipedia were also blocked entirely. I did manage to connect to Tor and find the Wikipedia article on it that way.

When I was getting on the connecting plane, they made re-open my laptop case and open up my laptop, and they swabbed it with some kind of liquid on a brush. My worst fear was, "oh no, they're erasing my hard drive or something," but who knows what they were actually doing... testing it for bombs? I still have no idea.
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They tested it. They sent 0.1 BTC first.

Well spotted my friend.
I don’t know how I missed that.
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Wikipedia is seriously lacking list of worldwide plaza's, indexed by pavement patterns.
Surprisingly, Google AI also isn't autistic enough to care about the patterns.

EDIT:
This one in Spain looks very similar, but not beg enough:
https://www.google.com/maps/@40.4588189,-3.4790733,3a,18.3y,232.07h,80.69t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s01FQ2rPFSG0LW3c2SoMvQQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
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September 06, 2019, 12:53:36 PM

The dollar liquidity squeeze and Germany's weak real economy

https://www.creditwritedowns.com/p/the-dollar-liquidity-squeeze-and?r=ezbt&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=twitter
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September 06, 2019, 12:54:08 PM

PlanB hits the news again.
His article has been put to scientific test:

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Alea iacta est!

2nd* analysis by @BurgerCryptoAM proves Stock-to-Flow model is valid, using cointegration: S2F and btc price are cointegrated, therefor the relationship is not spurious.

* 1st analysis by @phraudsta validating SF model with cointegration: medium.com/altcoin-magazi…

https://twitter.com/100trillionusd/status/1169953458356723712?s=21
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September 06, 2019, 01:15:40 PM

10800 key resistance broken!  Next target - 12K! Go, go, go!
When 15K?

I expect the prices to each 15K by end of September and after that the real rally of bull run will begin.

Any guess?
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September 06, 2019, 01:34:57 PM

Cmon d_eddie stop being silly, show us some clues.

Alright alright... sorry guys that's how the pic is  Tongue
There should be some useful visual info here.
Adding a clue: Eastern hemisphere.



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Not getting much further than a basket weave pavement pattern.
Somehow I feel a link with soccer...
Thought I got close with Kings Cross in London but no go...
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Well, somebody mentioned Krakow and d_eddie said it's a long way from there or smth like that. So I assume this is far away from Europe? North America or Asia? China? Some big square in China? What was it's name?
Some big place but it's not China. Yet Wink

My guess would have been Times Square but its just too empty.

Times Square is on the other side.

Tiananmen Square?

No cigar, but have a toke if you like Wink


Wikipedia is seriously lacking list of worldwide plaza's, indexed by pavement patterns.
Surprisingly, Google AI also isn't autistic enough to care about the patterns.

EDIT:
This one in Spain looks very similar, but not beg enough:
https://www.google.com/maps/@40.4588189,-3.4790733,3a,18.3y,232.07h,80.69t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s01FQ2rPFSG0LW3c2SoMvQQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
I always wondered how you top WOW players went for it. "Plazas indexed by pavement pattern", uh, sounds far fetched indeed. I wouldn't even try and look for anything like that.

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Libra really has advanced the crypto cause......  https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3csyddc
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Tiananmen Square?

When I was in the Shanghai airport for a layover, the first thing I did was fire up my laptop and attempt to google "Tiananmen square massacre," but it turns out everything related to Google is blocked, because you're supposed to use Baidu. Facebook and Wikipedia were also blocked entirely. I did manage to connect to Tor and find the Wikipedia article on it that way.

When I was getting on the connecting plane, they made re-open my laptop case and open up my laptop, and they swabbed it with some kind of liquid on a brush. My worst fear was, "oh no, they're erasing my hard drive or something," but who knows what they were actually doing... testing it for bombs? I still have no idea.
Yes they swab for traces of explosives. Happened to me too recently (in Germany). I was clean of drugs in case they were looking for coke or something, so no sweat.  But I just googled it anyway.
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