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December 23, 2019, 03:09:41 PM

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December 23, 2019, 03:17:54 PM

Wouldn't be suprised if pumping starts while people celebrating X-Mass.



https://twitter.com/galaxyBTC/status/1209076551087726593
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December 23, 2019, 03:31:16 PM

Wouldn't be suprised if pumping starts while people celebrating X-Mass.



https://twitter.com/galaxyBTC/status/1209076551087726593

If it’s orchestrated (manipulated) pumping then it often happens during holidays or on weekends when average joe is unable to get fiat onto exchanges or distracted by other commitments.

It wouldn’t surprise me to see a significant pump on Xmas Day or Boxing Day.
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December 23, 2019, 03:44:48 PM


Sometimes just seeing something isn't quite enough.
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December 23, 2019, 03:47:08 PM

to me, it's just another exchange, but I'll go with the flow around here UNTIL bitstamp does something stupid with it's low volume.

Note to BTC manipulator wannabes: 

If you are going to attempt to manipulate, Bitstamp is the place that you want to be.  Whether you are successful or not, good luck in achieving your goals.   Wink

By the way, some BTC manipulator wannabes already know that stamp is the place that they need to be, and others are lost lil puppies - just like shitcoiners... . get lost and distracted much too easily.
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December 23, 2019, 03:52:17 PM

Wouldn't be suprised if pumping starts while people celebrating X-Mass.



https://twitter.com/galaxyBTC/status/1209076551087726593

If it’s orchestrated (manipulated) pumping then it often happens during holidays or on weekends when average joe is unable to get fiat onto exchanges or distracted by other commitments.

It wouldn’t surprise me to see a significant pump on Xmas Day or Boxing Day.

Some would say it gets dump during major holidays. people cashing out to celebrate etc etc

Roachie disagree.....
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December 23, 2019, 03:54:45 PM


That's why John legal is so fucking angry?  Because he is fed that kind of bullshit, when the reality of the matter is that the banks and other fucktwats are actually manipulating his money supply to death, and probably should stop blaming regular brown working people like Juan for the manipulating bullshit that is imposed by the fucktwat manipulating scumbag criminal The Donalds of the country.. who never had really gotten punished for all the manipulating, stealing and lying that they have done in order to live the luxuries that they don't deserve.   Roll Eyes
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December 23, 2019, 03:56:15 PM
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5th....

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December 23, 2019, 04:24:41 PM

Observing $7628

If you’d bought at the recent bottom of $62xx you’d be feeling pretty smug right now.

I was going to buy 3BTC at around $6400 to get to another milestone for myself in HODLING terms but I choked because I thought it’d go lower. What an asshole!
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December 23, 2019, 04:53:23 PM

Observing $7628

If you’d bought at the recent bottom of $62xx you’d be feeling pretty smug right now.

I was going to buy 3BTC at around $6400 to get to another milestone for myself in HODLING terms but I choked because I thought it’d go lower. What an asshole!

Indeed what an Ahole   Kiss  Tongue

But still a WO approved Ahole Cheesy
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December 23, 2019, 05:01:34 PM
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December 23, 2019, 05:08:46 PM

XRP needs re-branding "cRipple"
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December 23, 2019, 05:09:12 PM

Quote from: @dragononcrypto
Making my first time-based prediction: The next low for #Bitcoin will be between February 6th-11th 2020.
February 10th 2014 low: $553
February 10th 2015 low: $215
February 11th 2016 low: $361
February 9th 2017 low: $925
February 6th 2018 low: $5,873
February 8th 2019 low: $3,344

Note this is time-based analysis, not price based. This does not indicate lower lows, but when the next low will arrive (whether lower or not).



For example, a low around $6,850 re-testing support in early February such as this chart.

Wait, a minute.

I might have sent you an smerit too soon for sharing that idea regarding the assessments of new lows and attempting to anticipate when the new low will come.

My subsequently realized issue relates to the lack of listing of our current low, which is standing at $6,425, so sure that might NOT end up being the low for this particular cycle, but I believe that it is a bit too presumptuous for my own tastes to assume it away without whole showing it as our current to-date contender.   

In other words, I have no problem with NOT knowing whether up or down, but I do have muchos problemas with presuming either down before up or even up before down, and both that attached chart and your implicit acceptance of the chart with links to other presumptuous charts without commenting on the lack of listing the current contender (aka $6,425) remains a bit disingenuous (potentially an innocent oversight?) in my way of thinking. 
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December 23, 2019, 05:20:12 PM

Wouldn't be suprised if pumping starts while people celebrating X-Mass.



https://twitter.com/galaxyBTC/status/1209076551087726593

If it’s orchestrated (manipulated) pumping then it often happens during holidays or on weekends when average joe is unable to get fiat onto exchanges or distracted by other commitments.

It wouldn’t surprise me to see a significant pump on Xmas Day or Boxing Day.

Some would say it gets dump during major holidays. people cashing out to celebrate etc etc

Bullshit!!!!!   Sorry to be so harsh with my language, JSRAW, but normal people do not cash out BTC to celebrate during these kinds of holiday periods.  Fuck that overly spread myth.

What happens is that people are busy with celebrating and festivities, but the party pooping whales do NOT have enough friends to celebrate, and instead they get their kicks out of trading bitcoin (dumping) during times in which other people are busy with real life activities.  

In other words, the bearwhale fucktwats are taking advantage of periods of less liquidity to push the price down as far as they can during that opportunistic period in order to attempt to create a bit of a lower than otherwise possible Lindy effect... that may or may not endure past the period in which they caused it.

In other words, those are not regular and normal people who are engaged in such trading, but instead disgruntled and psycho-sociological deranged fucktwats like roach who are attempting to opportunistically rain on the parade.
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December 23, 2019, 05:34:39 PM
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Raising caution flag. Observing signs of profit-taking possibly increasing.

Sheeeeit!

Went from $76xx to $74xx $73xx shortly after this post, Bob.
How many fucking coins did you sell?

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December 23, 2019, 05:55:49 PM
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~Snip~

If it’s orchestrated (manipulated) pumping then it often happens during holidays or on weekends when average joe is unable to get fiat onto exchanges or distracted by other commitments.

It wouldn’t surprise me to see a significant pump on Xmas Day or Boxing Day.

Some would say it gets dump during major holidays. people cashing out to celebrate etc etc

Bullshit!!!!!   Sorry to be so harsh with my language, JSRAW, but normal people do not cash out BTC to celebrate during these kinds of holiday periods.  Fuck that overly spread myth.
I remember sharing article about this "New year" Chinese New year" Sale/Dump thingy. was replying to another user named @neuro.. something. tried to find but failed. Will start digging again after this.

But I tend to agree on "Bullshit" part Grin and you might be right about myth part as well..


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What happens is that people are busy with celebrating and festivities, but the party pooping whales do NOT have enough friends to celebrate, and instead they get their kicks out of trading bitcoin (dumping) during times in which other people are busy with real life activities.  

In other words, the bearwhale fucktwats are taking advantage of periods of less liquidity to push the price down as far as they can during that opportunistic period in order to attempt to create a bit of a lower than otherwise possible Lindy effect... that may or may not endure past the period in which they caused it.

In other words, those are not regular and normal people who are engaged in such trading, but instead disgruntled and psycho-sociological deranged fucktwats like roach who are attempting to opportunistically rain on the parade.

Well, that's called generalization but its disguise as an opinion so i can take that.

I don't think that we should paint every coiner or trader/investor with the single brush. its not possible and not practical IMO. never underestimate the power of dumb traders or some time needy ones.




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Isn't the Chinese New Year a good historic moment for a new bottom? That's at the end of January...

Yeah we can say that.

https://medium.com/tech4she/chinese-new-year-effect-in-btc-market-ab4bd3136199
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December 23, 2019, 06:45:12 PM

normal people do not cash out BTC to celebrate during these kinds of holiday periods.  Fuck that overly spread myth.

What happens is that people are busy with celebrating and festivities, but the party pooping whales do NOT have enough friends to celebrate, and instead they get their kicks out of trading bitcoin (dumping) during times in which other people are busy with real life activities.  

In other words, those are not regular and normal people who are engaged in such trading, but instead disgruntled and psycho-sociological deranged fucktwats like roach who are attempting to opportunistically rain on the parade.

Wait...what? JJG is calling r0ach a whale?
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December 23, 2019, 06:57:41 PM

Modern male fashion apparently, 2020’s onwards.

Who’s game?

I can definitely see gembitz rocking the fuck out of these -

Weeeeeee

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December 23, 2019, 07:00:25 PM

Who’s game?

I'm out.

Much of my clothing was bought in the 1990s. It's a damning indictment of 'fashion' that I don't look any different to anyone else strolling around 20something years on. Pathetic.
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