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October 03, 2019, 06:03:36 PM

We should see some BTC highs around the $8400 range,  That is where I would sell. We should then see a correction again to around the $8000 range but it is very possible that we reach lows around the $7800 range. If I was to sell I would put a buy in around the $7800 range. Then I would watch the market. If it seems like a sharp decrease in price I would possibly even wait for the $7500 range.. We will see BTC around the $7500 range atleast 1 more time this week!


My October 5th closing price will be $8642!
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October 03, 2019, 06:09:55 PM
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Sorry to hear that Bob. I have a good friend who was diagnosed yesterday. Terminal.  Valar morghulis  

Sorry HM, really terrible. I hate cancer Sad

Yeah TBH it’s his wife I feel for the most
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October 03, 2019, 06:10:20 PM

I have been posting the 4h chart for a day or two. So here is my daily chart analysis regarding the direction.


Tonight's close is really crucial if you see the RSI. we sort of just edged out of the oversold zone but couldn't hold it and went right down into it again. If until the close of the candle we can get back into 20-80 RSI range then definitely there is a change in trend. Also you can see the MACD histogram going down which means MACD crossover can take place in a day or two but for that RSI needs to close above the 20 mark. We currently aren't exactly bearish but not even bullish. If the close is below 20 & we break the 8000 support then get ready for a shakedown until the edge of this parallel downward channel. which may be somewhere around 6k. All on All currently you can stay out of the market even the 4h chart is somewhat not giving anything the double bottom miserably failed as we break below the neckline. Here is that analysis:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5188889.msg52607399#msg52607399
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October 03, 2019, 06:32:27 PM
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Sorry to hear that Bob. I have a good friend who was diagnosed yesterday. Terminal.  Valar morghulis  

Sorry HM, really terrible. I hate cancer Sad

Yeah TBH it’s his wife I feel for the most

My moms on Hospice, she has stage 4 COPD and Emphazema, I have a 9 year old daughter. I hate it for her the most. She has no life. We cannot ever just take a trip somewhere as she requires 24 hour care.. I agree I hate it for the wife. It is hard on the family that and bills begin to pile up. It gets really stressful.  

My definition of a vacation is camping or renting a cabin 20 min away from my house. I have to stay close enough in case of an emergency (She falls or something) i can go get her up. I have not been to see my dad 2000 miles away in almost 4 years. I have noone to help me. But I promised I would never put her in a home. So now my daughter and I have to suffer because of it.  I wish him  and his family the best of luck!
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October 03, 2019, 06:42:25 PM
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I made a joke in Dutch.  I am excessively proud of this accomplishment.  

<preface: 6 beers before noon>

If I haven't low-key doxed myself already, my best friend passed early in life, from colon cancer. He was Dutch, and leaves behind a wife and child that we consider close-distant family - Spending American Thanksgiving with his wife and his son, who, for all intents and purposes, will be inheriting a nontrivial fortune upon my passing.

I don't know why I posted this just now.

I think I just really miss my Dutch friend.

No homo.


I always feel for people who have to life with good people/friends etc passing to early in life.....  Cry

I know leaving them won’t make the happy or whatever but the gesture you will make is very kind....
I know there will not be anything that could bring joy in these hard times, but I hope you find some good companion friendship IRL....

You have my best possible thoughts with you and I know many others feel the same way in this place!
Enjoy a small drink @these times and think of the best moments you had with your friend and his family!!!
I hope you will keep having good times and you will keep being a good friend to that family as I’m sure you will be!!

Be good my fried, it’s maybe a small thing, but this Dutch members you can consider to be a friend!

(Also nothing wrong with sharing a thing in here, as I met a few IRL, I know one of the members did shared a thing in here as well and when I met him IRL... I know he had a good feeling we caring about this matters)

micgoossens account hacked or maybe cryptoqueen lost her account.

If you would respond to something that is seriously pity...... then maybe have some kind of respect ....
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October 03, 2019, 06:51:35 PM

STFU rebal15, you absolute ass hat.
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October 03, 2019, 06:55:49 PM

Life surely not fair...
Wheater gets cold, life is sad.
raising a glass #FRIEND!



@BoB, Hairy and those with some losses or bad news..., haiku effort...
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October 03, 2019, 06:59:15 PM
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I made a joke in Dutch.  I am excessively proud of this accomplishment.  

<preface: 6 beers before noon>

If I haven't low-key doxed myself already, my best friend passed early in life, from colon cancer. He was Dutch, and leaves behind a wife and child that we consider close-distant family - Spending American Thanksgiving with his wife and his son, who, for all intents and purposes, will be inheriting a nontrivial fortune upon my passing.

I don't know why I posted this just now.

I think I just really miss my Dutch friend.

No homo.


I always feel for people who have to life with good people/friends etc passing to early in life.....  Cry

I know leaving them won’t make the happy or whatever but the gesture you will make is very kind....
I know there will not be anything that could bring joy in these hard times, but I hope you find some good companion friendship IRL....

You have my best possible thoughts with you and I know many others feel the same way in this place!
Enjoy a small drink @these times and think of the best moments you had with your friend and his family!!!
I hope you will keep having good times and you will keep being a good friend to that family as I’m sure you will be!!

Be good my fried, it’s maybe a small thing, but this Dutch members you can consider to be a friend!

(Also nothing wrong with sharing a thing in here, as I met a few IRL, I know one of the members did shared a thing in here as well and when I met him IRL... I know he had a good feeling we caring about this matters)

micgoossens account hacked or maybe cryptoqueen lost her account.

If you would respond to something that is seriously pity...... then maybe have some kind of respect ....

My dad died from multiple organ failure a few years ago. Since then, i see every death of a closely related person or good friend as a reminder. A reminder of how precious it is to be alive. Sure, there are these feelings. Honest and pure feelings of loss and hurt.
What did you ever dream to do? Do it. You have this one chance.

@rebal15: Real men are able to show their deepest feelings. If you were one, you'd know and respect this.
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October 03, 2019, 07:13:46 PM

We should see some BTC highs around the $8400 range,  That is where I would sell. We should then see a correction again to around the $8000 range but it is very possible that we reach lows around the $7800 range. If I was to sell I would put a buy in around the $7800 range. Then I would watch the market. If it seems like a sharp decrease in price I would possibly even wait for the $7500 range.. We will see BTC around the $7500 range atleast 1 more time this week!


My October 5th closing price will be $8642!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5188987.msg52609651#msg52609651
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October 03, 2019, 07:19:30 PM
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Another life ruined by Shitcoins. Be careful out there Rebel and good luck with your lawsuit.

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/iphone-user-sues-apple-after-20392402

"In a complaint published on Wednesday, Razumilov says he received 69 GayCoins on a cryptocurrency payment app he downloaded onto his iPhone in 2017.

The unknown sender of the coins reportedly wrote a message in English for Razumilov which he interpreted as "don't judge without trying"."

azumilov said in his complaint: "I thought, indeed, how can I judge something without trying it?"

And so, because of this message, he said he began having same-sex relationships.

"I can say after the passage of two months that I'm mired in intimacy with a member of my own sex and can't get out," the complaint continues.

The man has accused Apple of "manipulatively pushing me toward homosexuality", which he says has caused him "moral suffering and harm to mental health"."

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October 03, 2019, 07:19:30 PM

STFU rebal15, you absolute ass hat.

Sincerely, I didn't read BobLawblaw Post. Sorry BobLawblaw.

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October 03, 2019, 07:22:26 PM

STFU rebal15, you absolute ass hat.

Sincerely, I didn't read BobLawblaw Post. Sorry BobLawblaw.



An excuse is appropriate....  cheers
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October 03, 2019, 07:25:34 PM

I made a joke in Dutch.  I am excessively proud of this accomplishment.  

<preface: 6 beers before noon>

If I haven't low-key doxed myself already, my best friend passed early in life, from colon cancer. He was Dutch, and leaves behind a wife and child that we consider close-distant family - Spending American Thanksgiving with his wife and his son, who, for all intents and purposes, will be inheriting a nontrivial fortune upon my passing.

I don't know why I posted this just now.

I think I just really miss my Dutch friend.

No homo.


I always feel for people who have to life with good people/friends etc passing to early in life.....  Cry

I know leaving them won’t make the happy or whatever but the gesture you will make is very kind....
I know there will not be anything that could bring joy in these hard times, but I hope you find some good companion friendship IRL....

You have my best possible thoughts with you and I know many others feel the same way in this place!
Enjoy a small drink @these times and think of the best moments you had with your friend and his family!!!
I hope you will keep having good times and you will keep being a good friend to that family as I’m sure you will be!!

Be good my fried, it’s maybe a small thing, but this Dutch members you can consider to be a friend!

(Also nothing wrong with sharing a thing in here, as I met a few IRL, I know one of the members did shared a thing in here as well and when I met him IRL... I know he had a good feeling we caring about this matters)

micgoossens account hacked or maybe cryptoqueen lost her account.

If you would respond to something that is seriously pity...... then maybe have some kind of respect ....

My dad died from multiple organ failure a few years ago. Since then, i see every death of a closely related person or good friend as a reminder. A reminder of how precious it is to be alive. Sure, there are these feelings. Honest and pure feelings of loss and hurt.
What did you ever dream to do? Do it. You have this one chance.

@rebal15: Real men are able to show their deepest feelings. If you were one, you'd know and respect this.

Death is natural. You must accept it and move on to other things in life.
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October 03, 2019, 07:27:53 PM

I have the equivalent of about 50 BTC. Equivalent, because most of my stash is in assorted alts. Some of them are not liquid enough, so I'll have to trade them back to BTC slowly, but I am confident I can get at least 40 if forced to liquidate them all quickly, as in a few days.

50BTC or mostly in alts and still able to get 40BTC out of it..... How is that possible? places I had let us say 1BTC in an ALT = like 0.1BTC in return ?? So if you got them in some real real shitcoin like I had this LUXcoin b*tch sh*t F*** coin that B*ttF***ed the hell out of my initial buying then I know from experience it must be much worse .....
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Death is natural. You must accept it and move on to other things in life.

Then again a person have feelings and a real man is able expressing those feeling like some just did, when someone expresses them you respond with common feeling and mutual respect, like I do feel with others, if you don't feel with someone then you just STFU and don't respond on them....
Do know everybody works different with losing people or having RL issues ... if they consider to share something in a place like this then we try to help out or be quiet when not intersted, but when we right we show respect and we never insult or anything, if you would ever write something awful happened, I would never be disrespectful or insulting and that counts for anyone, if I like or not like a person... I never wish them the worst in life.
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October 03, 2019, 07:34:12 PM
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Death is natural. You must accept it and move on to other things in life.

Yes, if we were machines.
But death also defines life, so it's very important. You must accept the true feelings it brings up in you and then move on to other things in life afterwards. No feelings, no life, mate.
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October 03, 2019, 07:38:08 PM


This time, I'm thinking instead of posting some absurd wish number, LOL... deadline is still next week.. but I'll post something by the weekend maybe. Gonna have to squeeze in between one of those predictions.

Yeah I know some thinking or don't like to been boxed in ... but I just repost the thread sometimes cause I wouldn't want any WO to miss out a shot of winning...
I have a few topics that I like ... like collectibles (some awesome people there)
But I always hope a WO-member to win the game Cheesy

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October 03, 2019, 08:04:34 PM

If you have 15 spare minutes, very interesting yet entertaining speech by Saif:

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Excellent presentation by @saifedean at @mises on why so many Bitcoiners want to learn Austrian economics

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


https://twitter.com/stephanlivera/status/1179660970840379392
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October 03, 2019, 08:23:17 PM

Another life ruined by Shitcoins. Be careful out there Rebel and good luck with your lawsuit.

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/iphone-user-sues-apple-after-20392402

"In a complaint published on Wednesday, Razumilov says he received 69 GayCoins on a cryptocurrency payment app he downloaded onto his iPhone in 2017.

The unknown sender of the coins reportedly wrote a message in English for Razumilov which he interpreted as "don't judge without trying"."

azumilov said in his complaint: "I thought, indeed, how can I judge something without trying it?"

And so, because of this message, he said he began having same-sex relationships.

"I can say after the passage of two months that I'm mired in intimacy with a member of my own sex and can't get out," the complaint continues.

The man has accused Apple of "manipulatively pushing me toward homosexuality", which he says has caused him "moral suffering and harm to mental health"."




So...is this not a 'common' effect of being on Bitcointalk and the WO thread? I don't get why the lawsuit? Befuddling indeed. Smiley

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October 03, 2019, 08:26:57 PM

If you have 15 spare minutes, very interesting yet entertaining speech by Saif:

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Excellent presentation by @saifedean at @mises on why so many Bitcoiners want to learn Austrian economics

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


https://twitter.com/stephanlivera/status/1179660970840379392

Mises is the right path to understand BitCoin economics IMO. But that includes the true powers of the original Satoshi version without any central planned devs injections and open markets for block space / onchain capacity ...

Meh
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