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September 10, 2019, 08:30:00 AM
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Regarding the price following the halving -




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Bitcoin price rose over 13,000% following the first halving and 12,000% after the second.

If $BTC was to rally by similar percentages from its current ~$10,000 price point, the eventual top may be between $385,000 and $425,000.

https://twitter.com/newsbtc/status/1171300417998712832?s=20

I need to start looking at yachts Wink

You said Yachts, not yacht.
Noted.
Well done bro!

I can be rich the fuck I want, I will never buy a yacht.
This is the three top reasons:
  • These animals are thirsty. I do sapre you the amount of cash you have to spend to fill the tank. I can be richest person in the world, I'm not going to literally burn my money.
  • These animals are a moeny sucking machines. Just letting them sit at the pier  they drain your finances.
  • There will always be a longer,sleeker, faster yachts than yours.

If you want to buy a yacht for the girls, wllles, i see your point, but there are better ways to do that.

I once worked out that it cost Greg Norman US$550,000 to fill up his boat
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September 10, 2019, 08:31:51 AM

Three days after launch, the VanEck bitcoin trust for institutional investors has reportedly managed to issue a whopping 1 (one) basket. It has 4 bitcoins or $41,400 in assets under management. Massive.

https://twitter.com/krugermacro/status/1171219241539973125

I realize this tweet is sarcastically mocking the institutional money meme, but to me it just shows how early we really are.  Cheesy
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Regarding the price following the halving -

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I once worked out that it cost Greg Norman US$550,000 to fill up his boat

You are Greg Norman, you just spent  US$550,000 to fill up the tank of your 69.5meters long yacht.
 Theny next to you arrives a boat called "Leander G".
It is longer than yours. Bigger.
Nobody cares about your boats.
You buy a bigger boat, lon 75.5 meters this time to beat that one.
The "Bella Vita" Yacht arrives.
It is longer than yours. Bigger.
Nobody cares about your boats.

Rinse and repeat another 100 time....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_motor_yachts_by_length

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September 10, 2019, 08:36:25 AM

Three days after launch, the VanEck bitcoin trust for institutional investors has reportedly managed to issue a whopping 1 (one) basket. It has 4 bitcoins or $41,400 in assets under management. Massive.

https://twitter.com/krugermacro/status/1171219241539973125

I realize this tweet is sarcastically mocking the institutional money meme, but to me it just shows how early we really are.  Cheesy

It’s probably their own money.  
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September 10, 2019, 08:38:53 AM

Yes.... but r0ach Said....

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September 10, 2019, 08:41:58 AM

I just remember reading through the GitHub commit timeline for BSV, seeing that they had decided to keep in dozens (or hundreds) of changes made by Core and ABC devs since 0.10. Its really only "Satoshi's Vision" if you believe Wright is Satoshi. That's the only way in which the "SV" portion of BSV makes sense as its pretty far from a return to the original protocol.

Well, other than the fact that it get closer each release.

Its a "return to what Craig thinks the original protocol entails" + data storage in the blockchain. Don't remember Satoshi ever espousing data storage in the blockchain.
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September 10, 2019, 08:48:39 AM

A good 40ft sailboat is a must imo. I'll probably get one too when I reach $1m.

The feeling is just so good when you sail.

No need anything absurdly big like 70meters btw. Keep it modest.  50ft (15mt) is my max number and it still looks too big. 40 is fine. They are around $/€100k. Pretty managable in size, price and maintenance-wise.
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September 10, 2019, 08:53:45 AM

I would be renting expensive things, not buy them.

Possessions just slow you down.

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I would be renting expensive things, not buy them.

Possessions just slow you down.



You can rent what you own and make extra bucks too. :d
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Regarding the price following the halving -




@newsbtc

Bitcoin price rose over 13,000% following the first halving and 12,000% after the second.

If $BTC was to rally by similar percentages from its current ~$10,000 price point, the eventual top may be between $385,000 and $425,000.

https://twitter.com/newsbtc/status/1171300417998712832?s=20

I need to start looking at yachts Wink

again fucking Copy and Past.
if you have twitter account ask newsbtc for the following correction
If $BTC was to rally by similar percentages from its $3200 price point, the eventual top may be between $385,000 and $425,000.
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I would be renting expensive things, not buy them.

Possessions just slow you down.



You can rent what you own and make extra bucks too. :d
yup that's what daughters are for
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September 10, 2019, 09:10:19 AM

Three days after launch, the VanEck bitcoin trust for institutional investors has reportedly managed to issue a whopping 1 (one) basket. It has 4 bitcoins or $41,400 in assets under management. Massive.

https://twitter.com/krugermacro/status/1171219241539973125

I realize this tweet is sarcastically mocking the institutional money meme, but to me it just shows how early we really are.  Cheesy

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September 10, 2019, 09:10:25 AM
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September 10, 2019, 09:16:03 AM

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Tweak it a little bit JSRAW?  Something like that might work for you?  Perhaps?

Yeah, it could, for sell plans everyone needs their tweaking according to their target, situations, etc. Timing of price increment in each stage is crucial, though. Unfortunately, no one can predict this scenario or downtrend, so I am not rigid with my sell stage.

And I believe no one (at least me) want to be in any situation where corn hitting 500K or arguably million (or more) in next 10-15 years. And they left with less corn because as times goes by, living of cost is going to up as well simultaneously. Similarly, there are tons of other factors too. It could work for some peeps who already in their 40s-50s but for the younger generation its kind of tricky situation. That's the only reason I am not going to touch my retirement stash at any cost even if it hits a significant amount of price. Also, I am thinking of some back up for retirement stash. If by any chance something goes wrong because you never know what tricks future holds for you.

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September 10, 2019, 09:18:05 AM

My latest: Bitcoin as a nonviolent rebellion

https://medium.com/@nic__carter/a-most-peaceful-revolution-8b63b64c203e

https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1170352140377890818?s=20
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Looks nice there...Looks like Asian nature??

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