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September 19, 2019, 03:23:41 AM

There is no way for BTC to get to value in the millions without dollar losing value. As simple as that.


I remember people saying the same thing about $1000


The dollar actually has lost some purchasing power since the time it was worth more than 1 mBTC. Say, it buys 80% of what it did.

Btc gained ~1.5 orders of magnitude - from 400 to 12k, say.

Different dynamics, kind of apples vs oranges.

A million dollar btc is a couple more orders ahead. The dollar could lose another 50% or so. Big Mac at $12-15$?

You mean that my million dollars is only going to be worth half a million?

That sucks!!!!
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September 19, 2019, 03:25:22 AM

There is no way for BTC to get to value in the millions without dollar losing value. As simple as that.


I remember people saying the same thing about $1000


The dollar actually has lost some purchasing power since the time it was worth more than 1 mBTC. Say, it buys 80% of what it did.

Btc gained ~1.5 orders of magnitude - from 400 to 12k, say.

Different dynamics, kind of apples vs oranges.

A million dollar btc is a couple more orders ahead. The dollar could lose another 50% or so. Big Mac at $12-15$?

You mean that my million dollars is only going to be worth half a million?

That sucks!!!!


Still worth more than CSW's Tulip Trust. Cheesy

Nite all.
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September 19, 2019, 03:26:23 AM


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Correlation explains the relation between altcoins and Bitcoin. No need to pretend like, the owner of this Twitter account has heard about the correlation first time. Shitcoins will never act with the top cryptocurrencies and they have the special market cycles from my experience. The good example for the correlation is the altcoins and Ethereum if the price of the ETH moves to the higher prices altcoins will follow the path of the mother coin logically.

It seems to me that DanHedl is tweeting from the perspective that all cryptos, other than bitcoin, are shitcoins, and he is making a cute expression that might not actually play out very well factually.

His statements are pretty clear and that is not was he said.
It is possible that that is what he meant.


Buy The Dip time again...

Now I am 100% unclear.  Thanks for your clarification, Hueristic..... Tongue Tongue Tongue       Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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September 19, 2019, 03:34:14 AM

What the fuck does Vsys have to do with bitcoin wall observenings?  In other words, why the fuck should we care about that shitcoin in terms of our shared interest (herein this thread) in bitcoin?

The same reason why any other altcoin matters tbh. I am involved with them and wanted a perspective from harcore btc supporters. Asking for an opinion does not equate to asking to care about that said thing..

Fair enough. We have a lot of trolls and shills in these parts and even passive aggressive shitcoin lovers (who assert that they are bitcoin sympathetic while they get distracted by shitcoins).  Haven't seen  you post enough, but does not hurt to attempt to nip any possible shitcoin pumpenings in the bud.

Furthermore, there are a decent number of other threads in this forum, no?

I remember when jstolfi was trolling this thread, and posting his bear bullshit.  When he was interrogated about why he was posting in this thread, he would say that he thought that it was the place where he would get the most views... but that did not cause his phony baloney propaganda to become thread appropriate.
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September 19, 2019, 03:41:50 AM

ummm

Look at JSRAW:




Nose caught in a can.


 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Don't mind me today, had a rough night -No sin- Only work.. still shitload amount of work.

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September 19, 2019, 04:46:53 AM

Fucking @zubymusic.

It's all his fault.

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September 19, 2019, 04:57:45 AM

it's over guys


turn off the last miner when you're done

Observing 9,801.54 guys run bull/bear ?
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Had a power failure and now sub $10k.... I think my shitty rural village caused this  Cry
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Is there any process – bounded by physical constraints – that has grown at the pace of Bitcoin's hashrate in the last decade? We're talking 0 to 100 quintillion. It's  preposterous, even on a log chart

https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1174528997000208385

Beautiful.

Observer $9,829 a small action to kill boredom before the 23/Bakkt, they want to buy cheap and at the same time they are preventing us from climbing non-stop.
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Nevermind my fat hand, bitten fingernails and sloppy O. It's an almost sunny day here so it was time to take a picture from the roof of my new building.

The wifi here is unbearably slow. You'd think that being in the middle of a major metropolitan area would help, but nope.

No fat your hand wonderful place sky building hand perfect natural.
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Observing 9,801.54

now sub $10k....

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Is there any process – bounded by physical constraints – that has grown at the pace of Bitcoin's hashrate in the last decade? We're talking 0 to 100 quintillion. It's  preposterous, even on a log chart

https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1174528997000208385

Beautiful.

Observer $9,829 a small action to kill boredom before the 23/Bakkt, they want to buy cheap and at the same time they are preventing us from climbing non-stop.


about thinking become blue @VB1001 $8k around?
what you thinking ?
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Is there any process – bounded by physical constraints – that has grown at the pace of Bitcoin's hashrate in the last decade? We're talking 0 to 100 quintillion. It's  preposterous, even on a log chart

https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1174528997000208385

Beautiful.

Observer $9,829 a small action to kill boredom before the 23/Bakkt, they want to buy cheap and at the same time they are preventing us from climbing non-stop.


about thinking become blue @VB1001 $8k around?
what you thinking ?


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Is there any process – bounded by physical constraints – that has grown at the pace of Bitcoin's hashrate in the last decade? We're talking 0 to 100 quintillion. It's  preposterous, even on a log chart

https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1174528997000208385

Beautiful.

Observer $9,829 a small action to kill boredom before the 23/Bakkt, they want to buy cheap and at the same time they are preventing us from climbing non-stop.


about thinking become blue @VB1001 $8k around?
what you thinking ?


I think we're climbing back up, bear.
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Bitcoin price prediction: BTC/USD must clear one prominent barrier before breakout – Confluence Detector

One of the three Bitcoin ETF proposal under the SEC’s review has been withdrawn prior to the final ruling.
Bitcoin price needs to rise above the hurdles at $10,253 and $10360 to be able to focus on higher levels towards $11,000.


Source: https://www.fxstreet.com/cryptocurrencies/news/bitcoin-price-prediction-btc-usd-must-clear-one-prominent-barrier-before-breakout-confluence-detector-201909180758
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https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1174528997000208385

Beautiful.

Observer $9,829 a small action to kill boredom before the 23/Bakkt, they want to buy cheap and at the same time they are preventing us from climbing non-stop.


about thinking become blue @VB1001 $8k around?
what you thinking ?


I think we're climbing back up, bear.

thinking bellow all over Confused trend appreciated other hand few people buy BTC and hodl.
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September 19, 2019, 05:58:10 AM

Interesting to read a debunking of the 'in jail for fireworks' line:

I somehow don't believe his story of going to jail for 10 months for selling firecrackers on ebay.  I think there is something to the story he is leaving out.
Here's a transcript of the sentencing hearing, detailing exactly why he was sentenced to 10 months in jail, including the parts of the story he may have left out. Spoiler alert: pipe bombs aren't firecrackers.

I'm not so sure. I'm not going spelunking through the entire trial transcript. But from the sentencing, it appears that the term 'pipe bomb' appears only once. To wit:

"I think one factor that the Court can take into consideration or at least should consider is there were some pipe bombs involved in this case as well that were not charged and are not incorporated in the conduct that's before the Court..."
(emphasis added)

To me, this looks as if the matter of any pipe bombs were never even discussed in trial -- no evidence entered, no testimony revealing, etc -- and that the prosecution was allowed to get a sideswipe freebie in unchallenged.

Of course, 'pipe bomb' is a pretty specific term of art. I'd be curious to know what the legal definition of such was -- if indeed any evidence referring to such was ever entered into trial. But it apparently was not.

Until someone points me at anything within the trial transcript itself indicating evidence of dealing in pipe bombs, I'm inclined to accept Roger at his word.

As a sidebar, I find it kind of funny how this here crypto community is absorbed by long-past actions of various parties that have absolutely nothing to do with any crypto topic whatsoever.


You missed the bit where the judge says selling bombs to juveniles is a very serious offence.  

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I think that these offenses are very serious. They could have been a lot more serious. The bombs could have gone off or people could have used them in destructive ways. Selling bombs to juveniles is never okay.

While it is true that the judge does not use the word ‘pipe bomb’ in these sentences and only uses the word ‘bomb’, the intent is clear.

This is a typical example of you providing a partial truth in a deliberately misleading manner.
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https://i.imgur.com/khNBCP2.jpg

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- SuperTA
- _javi_
- serveria.com

The three as always with a good design of xhomerx10

BTC & StrongHats



This September has been very good for the WO thread, +25,000 pages, +500,000 replies with comments of all kinds, but most of them related to Bitcoin.

Thx infofront in the future this thread and its "members" will be a subject of study. Wink



So many people there I used to respect.

Even fu**ing lambie has a hat!

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Bigblocker tard talking about respect Wink
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