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December 03, 2019, 05:26:29 PM

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Have a nice November, Gentlemen! Smiley
Where is Dunkelheit667?
Herr D sechs sechs sieben bitte melden!
Jawohl, am Apparat! Wink

Unfortunately a little bit late, kindly excuse the delay. Sad IRL stuff kept me busy.  Undecided

Just caught up with all the posts of you fine WO gentlemen and have nothing to add. It's bitter cold and everthing is going to plan. Not sure what to expect from the honey badger in December. As we saw he's always looking for an opportunity to break out... as long as he's not hibernating. According to the recent poll, most of us are Hodlers and the current price looks like an opportunity to buy, even if you are currently not doing any DCA.

Gentlemen, have a nice December, enjoy the time with your loved ones and stay warm! #nohomo

I don't mean to digress into too much sentimentalism here, but it seems like we, in this thread, are becoming a lot more dependent upon your updates on a more regular basis, Dunkelheit667.   I can recall earlier days in which you surely were not on schedule or even regular in terms of posting these kinds of monthly BTC price updates, but now, we are having difficulties going on in life without your updates to confirm where we "are really at."

It's like if Xhomerx10 stopped making hats, we would be fucked.... or at least, our fashion would suffer in terms of getting source based updates - not that I want to change my own fashion.. I tend to be a kind of stuck to habit kind of guy when it comes to avatars, which has transmorphed into hats, and surely, over a year ago, I was reluctant to change my first avatar to a hat, and more recently, Xhomerx10 converted me into a version 2.0... kind of against my will, but it is what it has become.. .so sometimes a guy (or even a gal, if there are any in here?) gotta just go with the flow, rather than fighting the flow, just like with honeybadger and her price movements... it's going to do what it is going to do, and buyers, hodlers and accumulators just gotta go with where-ever she takes us, which seems to be UP in the longer term zooming out perspective (ongoingly confirmed by your monthly chart updates), no?
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if Xhomerx10 stopped making hats

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Digitizing existing fiat funds will be a smart decision to get a more stable financial system in the world that is not specifically tied to the dollar, as is the case in big business. Bitcoin is seen as a custodian of value, why not banks to develop their own coins.

Of course, it seems that in the short to medium term we are going to witness all kinds of playing around when it comes to various entities getting in the money printing business, and of course, BIG banks that are tied to a variety of national currencies have already been in the process of printing money and digitizing money for years and years and years, so I am not sure if there is anything new going on in terms of the bank money printing business.

Bitcoin has surely drawn some attention to the money printing "problem," so I doubt that digitizing is really the hinge about what is going on and what are the dynamics and incentives that bitcoin brings to the whole world financial system that has gone down a road of ongoing money printing problemas.

In the end, whether BIG banks digitize or not, they are likely NOT going to be able to control ongoing evolution of public sentiment that is likely to progress because of systems like bitcoin, so yeah, it could take decades to work out the various battles, yet so long as bitcoin does not screw up, seems like the vast majority of value is going to continue to gravitate into bitcoin, even if there are various kinds of smoke and mirror attempts from various status quo financial institutions that might attempt to suggest that bitcoin brings digitization of money when in reality bitcoin is really bringing responsibility in terms of money.. and in terms of really having a rules system that is enforced by nodes that will likely continue to incentivize responsibility within bitcoin, and central systems do not really have anything that incentivizes them to compete with bitcoin because ultimately centralized systems devolve into money printing - and bitcoin is, so far, the best incentive structure that is enforced by massive computer decentralized proof of work that reframes the whole monetization away from printing more coins.
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December 03, 2019, 05:45:49 PM

if Xhomerx10 stopped making hats

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December 03, 2019, 05:48:19 PM

Digitizing existing fiat funds will be a smart decision to get a more stable financial system in the world that is not specifically tied to the dollar, as is the case in big business. Bitcoin is seen as a custodian of value, why not banks to develop their own coins.

Of course, it seems that in the short to medium term we are going to witness all kinds of playing around when it comes to various entities getting in the money printing business, and of course, BIG banks that are tied to a variety of national currencies have already been in the process of printing money and digitizing money for years and years and years, so I am not sure if there is anything new going on in terms of the bank money printing business.

Bitcoin has surely drawn some attention to the money printing "problem," so I doubt that digitizing is really the hinge about what is going on and what are the dynamics and incentives that bitcoin brings to the whole world financial system that has gone down a road of ongoing money printing problemas.

In the end, whether BIG banks digitize or not, they are likely NOT going to be able to control ongoing evolution of public sentiment that is likely to progress because of systems like bitcoin, so yeah, it could take decades to work out the various battles, yet so long as bitcoin does not screw up, seems like the vast majority of value is going to continue to gravitate into bitcoin, even if there are various kinds of smoke and mirror attempts from various status quo financial institutions that might attempt to suggest that bitcoin brings digitization of money when in reality bitcoin is really bringing responsibility in terms of money.. and in terms of really having a rules system that is enforced by nodes that will likely continue to incentivize responsibility within bitcoin, and central systems do not really have anything that incentivizes them to compete with bitcoin because ultimately centralized systems devolve into money printing - and bitcoin is, so far, the best incentive structure that is enforced by massive computer decentralized proof of work that reframes the whole monetization away from printing more coins.

Don't engage the account farmers please.
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December 03, 2019, 05:50:33 PM

^^
See! I said "please" instead of "or I will cut you", I'm getting soft.
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December 03, 2019, 06:03:46 PM

Nice Chart..

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This chart is hard to read but I believe it says “Buy bitcoin and hodl for 4+ years”.


Source: https://twitter.com/ChartsBtc/status/1201889745040576512


I also see it as buying and Hodl!
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Surprised !!!, the thread of Bitcoin Prehistory is on the list. Cool
Bitcoin Prehistory   2019-03-31 15:54:42   244.87   198.62
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5206366.0
(Link to the thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5126554.0)
Did one each for you, fillippone, MPOE-PR and Elwar; marcus_of_a, miaviator and OG threads didn't get picked up oddly enough.
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December 03, 2019, 06:19:40 PM
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Think big, look at the long future!


https://uk.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/BeCC7tnV-BITCOIN-just-for-fun-look-at-the-dates-millions-PER-BITCOIN/
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Surprised !!!, the thread of Bitcoin Prehistory is on the list. Cool
Bitcoin Prehistory   2019-03-31 15:54:42   244.87   198.62
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5206366.0
(Link to the thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5126554.0)
Did one each for you, fillippone, MPOE-PR and Elwar; marcus_of_a, miaviator and OG threads didn't get picked up oddly enough.

Thx, I hope you were rewarded for my thread. Wink

Thanks to everyone who participated! If you voted in this event, you received 1 merit; if your caption appeared in the first table above, you also received 10, and if your caption appeared only in the second table above, you also received 2.
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Surprised !!!, the thread of Bitcoin Prehistory is on the list. Cool
Bitcoin Prehistory   2019-03-31 15:54:42   244.87   198.62
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5206366.0
(Link to the thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5126554.0)
Did one each for you, fillippone, MPOE-PR and Elwar; marcus_of_a, miaviator and OG threads didn't get picked up oddly enough.
Ah!
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December 03, 2019, 06:47:03 PM

Do you think we are stupid in this thread?
Creating a whole bunch of newbie accounts and then have a debate with yourself, and believing we wouldn't figure that out? Get the fuck out of this thread or I will cut you.
dude can you do your account farming somewhere else please?
we're busy here
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What he said.
If OP doesn't moderate them to zero, I'll just tag them all and the problem quickly resolves itself. That was way beyond obvious. Cheesy

Those kinds of accounts can really fuck up a thread if they are not nipped in the bud... so thanks guys for your negative/neutral trust commentaries on those accounts.

I believe that the "we are now the new wealthy elite, gentlemen," thread got locked because of the persistence of such abusive account creation/posting behaviors.
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December 03, 2019, 06:48:15 PM

@Big Cat and the Stallion - you're welcome!

@Dalmar = You have said nothing of substance there. Be off with you, foul spammer.
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dude can you do your account farming somewhere else please?
we're busy here

micgoossens emptying a crazy load right now Cheesy

Don’t worry about the account farming, I got this.



Yeah, that's unfair, he says "please" and gets 10, I say "cut" and get 1 Smiley

Arriemoller, the whiner, squeak a little and get some greasenings...

hahahahahaha

Nice that we have a bit of variety around here.  Not everyone can be sane normies, like some WO posters who I know (personally) (who shall remain unnamed).  

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Bitcoin 6k 2017! Bitcoin 6k 2018! Bitcoin 6k 2019! Bitcoin 2020?

I sense a pattern, here.


OMG


We might be doomed.



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Surprised !!!, the thread of Bitcoin Prehistory is on the list. Cool
Bitcoin Prehistory   2019-03-31 15:54:42   244.87   198.62
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5206366.0
(Link to the thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5126554.0)
Did one each for you, fillippone, MPOE-PR and Elwar; marcus_of_a, miaviator and OG threads didn't get picked up oddly enough.
Ah!
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fillipone, if you want you can translate the thread and publish it in your local section, no problem, I think I remember that it was already published in 1 or 2 local sections of their respective countries.
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dude can you do your account farming somewhere else please?
we're busy here


They have, literally, the rest of the entire forum for that shit.
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So here we have P_Shep



Credit to Basorexia for making the card, I hope I could provide some subtile touches  Grin

Btw I know he knows where this is going to  Kiss #nohomo but we had a fun time....

You take the pole, I'll work the oar, and we'll try not to tip CryptoQueen into the Cherwell Wink
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December 03, 2019, 07:34:15 PM

dude can you do your account farming somewhere else please?
we're busy here


micgoossens emptying a crazy load right now Cheesy

Don’t worry about the account farming, I got this.



Yeah, that's unfair, he says "please" and gets 10, I say "cut" and get 1 Smiley

Dammit and sorry.......

BUT

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And I missed your post, but luckily I could fix it Cheesy
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December 03, 2019, 07:37:13 PM

Bitcoin 6k 2017! Bitcoin 6k 2018! Bitcoin 6k 2019! Bitcoin 2020?
Your post doesn't make any sense.

2019 for instance was fantastic, imagine buying on January 1 and selling at the end of June, difficult to expect such profit within such a short period outside the crypto world.
2020 will be quite poor though with a price not moving as much as usual. Could be wrong, we will see!

Didn't read much sense from you as well in the WO and way less out the WO  Roll Eyes  Kiss
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