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September 20, 2019, 03:33:14 AM
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I've seen altcoins adopt SegWit, ... and that's a good thing right?

If an altcoin adopts seqwit, then at least it is aiming somewhat in a possible better direction by making an effort to relate to bitcoin, but I frequently still would question the altcoin on other grounds, at least, minimally, in terms about why it needs it's own token, rather than just building on bitcoin.  

I lost money by hodling altcoins. I might make money by having deals with them, I don't know. But when I do, I'll be sure to convert any gains back to BTC. Hopefully I get a handful of projects going forward and they'll do well enough.

I read about that ICO that converted whatever they got into stablecoins, so at least maintained and even improved on their initial funds while paying everyone that needed to be paid (devs, marketing, etc.) That's a good example to follow. Sort of like insurance.

Probably a better example to just stick with bitcoin related matters. 

Likely plenty of money to be made through bitcoin especially if someone has a 3.5 years or longer holding time (may need to increase to 5 years, because history does not always sufficiently predict the future). 
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Out of everyone, that is active on this thread Heuristics and I have had some positive interaction in the past and I thought beginning a conversation with him would be the most appropriate.
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If you are going to try to drop names for cred at least learn to spell them correctly. Our discussion was in PM's about the Red trust I left you.

I suppose that getting red trust changed from negative to neutral, is "technically" moving in a "positive" direction.

Let's see about legendster... Let's see. Let's see.

Not impossible to dig out of a hole, if s/he/it begins meaningful contributions to the forum or this thread, right?




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September 20, 2019, 03:52:29 AM

fillippone with a valiant effort, but no cigar.

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September 20, 2019, 03:54:04 AM

Btc or Dash?

Good decentralization turns out, few can boast such: DASH chainlock protects from attack by Bitmain, but Bitmain defends from the attacks by Developers through chainlock
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September 20, 2019, 04:05:28 AM

It does seem you are still invested in BTC, but you also talk about BCH and BSV as if they might become something. Maybe they will, or maybe you like some properties of those altcoins that maybe you'd prefer the Bitcoin Core devs would put into BTC, the wallet, or you don't like Segwit or any of a number of improvements that have been made to the original client.

That was 2 years ago, can't change it now.

My thesis says the next Blockalypse invalidates your thesis.

That's now how theses work.
That's not how science works.
That's not how logic works.
That's not how anything works.
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Bitwise To SEC: 3 Reasons The World Is Ready For A Bitcoin ETF

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has published a detailed presentation shared by Bitwise, the venture-backed cryptocurrency index and fund provider, explaining why the startup believes the world is ready for the first bitcoin fund traded on a major exchange.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeldelcastillo/2019/09/19/sec-publishes-three-reasons-bitwise-says-the-world-is-ready-for-a-bitcoin-etf/#60332c695125
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September 20, 2019, 05:21:29 AM

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The detector indicates that today there will also be bearish trolls.

$10180
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September 20, 2019, 05:38:49 AM

I have a feeling we’ll see a bullish breakout this weekend.

What iffffff the temporary dump below $10,000 was manipulated/orchestrated by big players in preparation for institutional investment as BAKKT goes live Monday?
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September 20, 2019, 05:46:38 AM

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/fed-will-restart-qe-november-how-it-will-do-it

"However, and the reason why stocks shot up just before 3pm ET, is that that's when Powell added that “it’s possible that we’ll need to resume the organic growth of the balance sheet, earlier than we thought. ... We’ll be looking at this carefully in coming days and taking it up at the next meeting” in late October. Said otherwise, the Fed may not have announcer QE4 yesterday, but it will likely announce it in the very near future.

Sure enough, as Goldman wrote in its FOMC post-mortem, "we took this as a fairly strong hint and now expect the Fed to resume trend growth of its balance sheet in November with permanent OMOs. It is possible that the FOMC will take that opportunity to also reach a final decision on possibly shortening the maturity composition of its purchases, which it discussed at its May meeting."

So what will the Fed's restart of QE POMO (some analysts, such as Morgan Stanley's Matt Hornbach are very sensitive not to call the return of POMO as QE even though both are effectively the monetization of US Treasurys and the US budget deficit) look like?"

"And so, in just two months QE... pardon the Fed's open market purchases of Treasurys, will return after a 5 years hiatus. Just don't call it QE, whatever you do."



Money printers are going to be very busy helping us get to 100k.  Its almost as if they are our employees or personal servants Cool

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September 20, 2019, 05:56:53 AM

Buy Bitcoin, make the Fed work for you!
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September 20, 2019, 05:57:03 AM

there will be a Mars Coin, maybe a Jupiter Coin, and a SolarSystemCoin.

With that quote I think we can officially anoint September 20th, 2019 as peak digital shitcoin scam.

Straight to $100k they said.  Stock to flow model works on Ponzi schemes they said.  Ponzi schemes are the future of international (interstellar? interdimensional?) finance they said.
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fillippone with a valiant effort, but no cigar.

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The detector indicates that today there will also be bearish trolls.

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new money on the market yet, so the money to transfer to altcoins for growth only from bitcoin Smiley

we will grow at times if you fall a little, it is necessary to share

all the more you already many took from us https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421615.msg52498860#msg52498860
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Bitches in the future  Grin Grin
Bitcoin is the Future

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September 20, 2019, 07:18:13 AM

new money on the market yet, so the money to transfer to altcoins for growth only from bitcoin Smiley

I don't know what this Engrish is supposed to mean, but the altcoin manias of the past seem to be pretty much over never to be seen again.  One reason being the pump and dumps ran out of greater fools, and another being that GPU mining seems to be getting pushed out by specialized (aka centralized) hardware.  Some people think altcoins dying is a positive thing for Bitcoin but it's not.  Bitcoin is completely centralized and the act of being able to GPU mine an altcoin was one of the only things that allowed the ecosystem to onboard new people.  Get rid of general purpose, GPU hardware mining and it's a dead, closed entropy system.
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fillippone with a valiant effort, but no cigar.

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I'd be worried about the huge teeth.
Now that shit is funny !  Cheesy
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