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October 14, 2019, 12:26:58 AM
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Oh hi Jbear.  Hope you had a nice weekend.

Seeing as you raised the topic, this is a great opportunity for you to answer the question instead of continuing to avoid it.  

Please do try to respond to the question rather than raising another question or going off on a tangent.  



What is the difference between these two logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?

You have said such a practice is dishonest.  

In order not to confuse / mislead newbies to the forum, need to at least update the CAPTCHA they need to solve out when registering and logging in to the forum.

On a CAPTCHA of this type Grin Grin

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A little humor to the studio Grin

Nice Work, do you know where the original is?


Edit: Here  I think
https://mobile.twitter.com/CryptoScamHub/status/1183195638004977666/photo/1
Really a very cool job! Thank you for the link!
I couldn't make out the signature in the right corner, but now I will know where such masterpieces are placed.
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October 14, 2019, 02:27:40 AM

I have never seen this and found it a good read, stumbled upon it from a few bounces away from another thread.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/id-known-what-we-were-starting-ray-dillinger
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October 14, 2019, 02:54:49 AM

We are at a point where it is imperative to expect it to break the $ 8600, it is a key point, if it increases I am sure it will reach $ 9531 to park there for a while.


Source: https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/RhuuLqdL-BTCUSD-Mark-UpDate/
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October 14, 2019, 03:08:54 AM



Perhaps someone could create a duck wearing a Trump-esque weave?
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October 14, 2019, 03:23:39 AM

What else ya got?

jbreher fork - Bitcoin JB (BRH) - the real Bitcoin, closer than ever to the original Bitcoin which is not Bitcoin anymore. LUL.
If you have 1 BTC or 1 BCH or 1 BSV you get 1 BRH. If you have all three Bitcoinz, you get 3 BRH of course.

Gawrshk. Nobody ever named a coin after me before. Go ahead and fork it.
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October 14, 2019, 03:28:39 AM

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If one of the other Bitcoins does indeed capture more market cap than BTC in the future, will you concede that that other fork will indeed be Bitcoin?

You cannot really believe that "the real bitcoin" is based on market cap, can you?  

‘zackly. What else you got?

I am sure that you heard of various network effects by now

Indeed. And they are all predicated upon market cap, and the irrational hype that builds around market cap.

What else ya got?

So for reference, you can look at Trace Mayer's seven network effects for starters.  https://twitter.com/tracemayer/status/934672438385954818?lang=en

Yup. Like I said. All dependent upon market cap.
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October 14, 2019, 03:37:31 AM

I believe what you said was:

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How are the three near identical logos not trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC?

I am unaware of any exchange that implements order entry through logos. Most seem to employ ticker symbols for this purpose.
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October 14, 2019, 04:17:23 AM
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I believe what you said was:

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How are the three near identical logos not trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC?

I am unaware of any exchange that implements order entry through logos. Most seem to employ ticker symbols for this purpose.

Kindly directly address the question regarding the logos.  Please do try not to go off on tangents.  

Here are the logos in case you have forgotten



What is the difference between these logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?
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October 14, 2019, 04:32:41 AM


"Sot" rhymes with "diptwat."


I think that you are stealing from me,,,,,,,,, you, you, you.......   stealer...

well you are used to that kind of behavior from your bedfellows.


While catching up I have noticed something.


JJG has finally found the font size button and can't stop using it!

And he's enjoying it.
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October 14, 2019, 04:37:34 AM
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Perhaps someone could create a duck wearing a Trump-esque weave?

meh.. why not
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October 14, 2019, 04:56:08 AM

Tough time for Libra again...

Report: G7 Says ‘Global Stablecoins’ Pose Threat to Financial Stability
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October 14, 2019, 05:33:36 AM
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The current cycle may be similar to 2011-2013. We may see a big dip at 50k like Apr 2013 and the real action may only begin afterwards. Be prepared.

With everyone thinking that Bitcoin can be tamed with data and models, Bitcoin may surprise us even more.

https://twitter.com/BitcoinEcon/status/1183331118910709765

Time does not stop, life continues.

Good morning WO,s
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October 14, 2019, 05:41:08 AM

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If one of the other Bitcoins does indeed capture more market cap than BTC in the future, will you concede that that other fork will indeed be Bitcoin?

You cannot really believe that "the real bitcoin" is based on market cap, can you?  

‘zackly. What else you got?

I am sure that you heard of various network effects by now

Indeed. And they are all predicated upon market cap, and the irrational hype that builds around market cap.

What else ya got?

So for reference, you can look at Trace Mayer's seven network effects for starters.  https://twitter.com/tracemayer/status/934672438385954818?lang=en

Yup. Like I said. All dependent upon market cap.

It is so funny that you can be so stubborn and wrong at the same time.  Kind of like roach, just coming from a bit of a different angle regarding the area of your stubborn and the area of your wrong.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I wonder which one of you get paid more for your ongoing nonsense?  And, how you receive your payments.. in bitcoin, dollars, gold, some shitcoin or some other means or method that I have not considered?
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October 14, 2019, 05:41:55 AM
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@whiteboy.....

Please keep shorting sir....

Currently, his purported short seems to be exactly on and in the green - not that I am advocating for shorting BTC in an apparent bull market nor am I actually conceding that the goof/troll actually is doing what he is saying that he is doing, even while he currently seems to be on target, no?

got filled around 8700 but not in size. (weak bulls)

more orders sitting.

will reevaluate after/if the 200DMA falls.

developing the theory that the pump ist fueled by stable coin worries.

still long the major alts as a hedge.


i know why u wanna hate me.

But my 8742 short paid again (took some profits).

still salty bulls were too impotent to fill me in size.





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October 14, 2019, 05:48:11 AM

Ready to sacrifice a Pict.

Groovy. Smiley



I remember listening to this album in high school. I borrowed the LP from my girlfriend's dad. He had the whole collection. The screaming part in "Careful With That Axe, Eugene" forever transformed the way I think about music. I was instantly addicted to all things Pink Floyd. And that's how I know I was a weirdo: I hadn't even done drugs at that point in my life, yet the music spoke to me.

Here's another one I particularly enjoyed:

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October 14, 2019, 06:09:44 AM

@whiteboy.....

Please keep shorting sir....

Currently, his purported short seems to be exactly on and in the green - not that I am advocating for shorting BTC in an apparent bull market nor am I actually conceding that the goof/troll actually is doing what he is saying that he is doing, even while he currently seems to be on target, no?

got filled around 8700 but not in size. (weak bulls)

more orders sitting.

will reevaluate after/if the 200DMA falls.

developing the theory that the pump ist fueled by stable coin worries.

still long the major alts as a hedge.


i know why u wanna hate me.

But my 8742 short paid again (took some profits).

still salty that bulls were too impotent to fill me in size.

I am not hating you.  If you actually are making money and filling such trades, then you seem to be on a decent winning streak.

I just have considerable doubts about your credibility, and merely getting lucky doesn't really mean too much, even if you get lucky 20-or-30 times but then you end up losing the vast majority of your gains because you seem to be endorsing a kind of Martingale principle, which ends up being a losing strategy in the longer run, rather than really having any kind of credibility to show that you might have some kind of meaningful and replicable fundamentals based approach... which kinds of comes across, as well, through your ongoing inclination to want to brag and to suggest that peeps like me give enough fucks about you or your strategy to become envious... .. which seems to be a sign of some delusion that you might have, as well.    Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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October 14, 2019, 06:26:58 AM
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@whiteboy.....

Please keep shorting sir....

Currently, his purported short seems to be exactly on and in the green - not that I am advocating for shorting BTC in an apparent bull market nor am I actually conceding that the goof/troll actually is doing what he is saying that he is doing, even while he currently seems to be on target, no?

got filled around 8700 but not in size. (weak bulls)

more orders sitting.

will reevaluate after/if the 200DMA falls.

developing the theory that the pump ist fueled by stable coin worries.

still long the major alts as a hedge.


i know why u wanna hate me.

But my 8742 short paid again (took some profits).

still salty that bulls were too impotent to fill me in size.

I am not hating you.  If you actually are making money and filling such trades, then you seem to be on a decent winning streak.

I just have considerable doubts about your credibility, and merely getting lucky doesn't really mean too much, even if you get lucky 20-or-30 times but then you end up losing the vast majority of your gains because you seem to be endorsing a kind of Martingale principle, which ends up being a losing strategy in the longer run, rather than really having any kind of credibility to show that you might have some kind of meaningful and replicable fundamentals based approach... which kinds of comes across, as well, through your ongoing inclination to want to brag and to suggest that peeps like me give enough fucks about you or your strategy to become envious... .. which seems to be a sign of some delusion that you might have, as well.    Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

 



shorting a 200 DMA retest is not a replicable based approach ?

taking money from dumb people is what i enjoy most.

https://charts.cointrader.pro/snapshot/24wdj
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October 14, 2019, 07:42:10 AM

I believe what you said was:

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How are the three near identical logos not trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC?

I am unaware of any exchange that implements order entry through logos. Most seem to employ ticker symbols for this purpose.

Kindly directly address the question regarding the logos.  Please do try not to go off on tangents.  

Here are the logos in case you have forgotten



What is the difference between these logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?

Orange right leaning/slanting/italic,  and straight Gold is the difference and if the BCH airdrop junk logo is green/orange or round/rectangle no-one knows.
Would the appropriate logo for the Segwit airdrop not be:   or: ?

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October 14, 2019, 07:45:57 AM

I believe what you said was:

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How are the three near identical logos not trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC?

I am unaware of any exchange that implements order entry through logos. Most seem to employ ticker symbols for this purpose.

Kindly directly address the question regarding the logos.  Please do try not to go off on tangents.  

Here are the logos in case you have forgotten



What is the difference between these logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?

Orange right leaning/slanting/italic,  and straight Gold is the difference and if the BCH airdrop junk logo is green/orange or round/rectangle no-one knows.
Would the appropriate logo for the Segwit airdrop not be:   or: ?



Yes - but not many will agree here Wink
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