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January 08, 2020, 04:46:49 PM

Soooo the last days of the game... prices back as low as possible ?? Roll Eyes
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January 08, 2020, 04:48:09 PM

CL (Oil), XAU (Physical gold) and BTC (Digital gold)=> dumping all togheter.
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January 08, 2020, 04:52:51 PM

this aggression will not stand...man
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January 08, 2020, 04:53:49 PM

Soooo the last days of the game... prices back as low as possible ?? Roll Eyes

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January 08, 2020, 04:54:21 PM
Last edit: January 08, 2020, 05:29:08 PM by JayJuanGee

Regarding my walls of text, I agree.  Sometimes it is better to just skip them or skim them.... depending on your mood and level of patience.

I admit skipping your walls only to check worthwhile content by reading the immediate responses to those walls.

Just consider all the valuable information you are missing.  

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Of course I appreciatie that but cannot escape the notion that the highest appreciation a writer can give his readers is by making his points clear and concise. A ‘lazy’ writer won’t attract a crowd.

By no means meant as an attack.

Sure, fair enough.

I do consider my ongoing postings and participation as largely a brainstorming mechanism for me rather than a blog or even a publication, so there is that.  

So, in that regard, I am frequently not strictly focused on my effect on possible readers or my ability to get across my ideas with clarity, rather than just common sense first impressions that come out of my keyboard, including frequent redundancies that admittedly exist.... like a chat in some regards... except a chat that admittedly has a historical reference point, and I almost never go back and delete or edit my posts (except maybe within an hour or so of posting while the ideas are still formulating, somewhat).

In other words, a large part of my motivation for writing in this forum is for myself.. and so in that regard, I am pleased if any members happen to get value from my writings, but the members do NOT tend to be my central focus.. even if there may be some incidental attempts for me to clarify some ideas that I may have initially thought were clear to me or common sense or something like that... .. so there is that..  selfish as those inclinations might be.   Embarrassed

Edit:  By the way, I agree that short posts are likely to get read more often, and even very simple ideas are more likely to be read by more members. Most of us, should recognize, as well, that there would hardly be any member(s) who reads every single post of other members, especially reading posts of someone like me who has tended to post a lot of stream of consciousness ideas (hopefully more related to bitcoin than  not).  

I actually would be surprised (and maybe even scared) if there were some members who read every word of my posts and have attempted to understand what I have been attempting to say with any kind of precision... so in that regard, hard to argue that there is any expectation that all posts of any member would be read with attempts at actual understanding.... that is NOT the nature of this thread or even close to the historical practice... .. this thread is more like an active chat, with of course, the historical preservation, to the extent that members do not delete their prior posts (and I fall into the "not deleting" camp, to such an extent that such a camp exists).

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Of course I appreciatie that but cannot escape the notion that the highest appreciation a writer can give his readers is by making his points clear and concise. A ‘lazy’ writer won’t attract a crowd.
Writing short is a difficult art to master. Harder than writing well IMO. It could be argued that "excellent writing" is a subset of "short writing".





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January 08, 2020, 04:55:12 PM

Let's see: It's 11:37 in Washingtoon, the speech is probably over, let's see if the Bitcoin crystal ball says war....

8190. So probably not.


What the price was still that high when you watched....??

Yep, I checked a few seconds before sending. Note that was coinmarketcap.com and not stamp (sorry!)

However yes, it does look like it's cratering to 8075 on stamp so I guess peace has broken out.

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January 08, 2020, 04:58:34 PM
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I suppose this is why there was so many "troop movements" yesterday, give the Iranians some stuff to blow up. Now the contractors come in, spend money, and fix everything. Everyone wins, woot.

Which would be... interesting. I wouldn't expect Trump's team to know how to play tit for tat, or even what a tit meant (well....). We'll see what happens, but an unusual departure from form.

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January 08, 2020, 05:00:25 PM
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Trump & Iran looking likely to have brokered peace, not giving one second to give a shit about bitcoin & WO Members.

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January 08, 2020, 05:00:45 PM
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Wait, it's 8112. Did Trump just urinate on himself on stage? :-)

Edit: No, that would be at least a 500 point move. Disregard.
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January 08, 2020, 05:16:00 PM

Trump & Iran looking likely to have brokered peace, not giving one second to give a shit about bitcoin & WO Members.


Was wondering what happened to the $9k last night as it was surging upto $8596 when I passed out from the excitement. Smiley
So we didnt get to the meme part?
It will happen on the weekend then when everybody and their mothers are on the thread waiting to post their best vegeta. Grin
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January 08, 2020, 05:16:18 PM

would prefer to stay above 8K, then again I longtime realized the world is not giving a f*** of what I prefer Roll Eyes
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January 08, 2020, 05:19:43 PM
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Time for work out.... A dip usually motivates me to go full berzerk.....

Will see where we are afterwards
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January 08, 2020, 05:23:20 PM
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Great interview with Trace Mayer and davincj15 about bitcoin, its code, proof of keys, monetary sovereignty and much more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifAHvox69rw
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January 08, 2020, 05:25:47 PM

The last two significant movements (bart up/bart down on the hourly) have almost perfectly matched volume. I'd hoped for some asymmetry with larger activity on the leading edge (bart up). Vegeta back to snoozing.
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January 08, 2020, 05:27:24 PM
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Losing the 8ks? Bargain boyz emulator ON. BTD!
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January 08, 2020, 05:32:34 PM

nah

$8k holds
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January 08, 2020, 05:32:56 PM

Okay, from now on .. not reading every word  Grin
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January 08, 2020, 05:34:22 PM

The last two significant movements (bart up/bart down on the hourly) have almost perfectly matched volume. I'd hoped for some asymmetry with larger activity on the leading edge (bart up). Vegeta back to snoozing.

It's too soon for Vegeta. It's way better to have some moderate gains and then some sideways. The halving is still months away, and that's just for the beginning of its effect (frontrunning aside).

Retesting $7.8K would be great. Then some sideways.

Also there is no way for continued and prolonged price increase without trapping some additional shorters for extra fuel. Margin shorters are still too little.

All is well.
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January 08, 2020, 05:35:14 PM

https://medium.com/block-digest-mempool/the-next-decade-6f8033ff7d2a?

I have written and published the first piece, a massive 30 minute read on the next decade of Bitcoin inspired by Brian Armstrong's garbage Nakamoto piece. I can't finish until tomorrow, but I will publish it broken into pieces as well. (Medium post limits)

Yes it's long, but it's also broad and deep

Where's the longish piece? I didn't find a link in the twitter thread, but maybe I'm just being slow.

By the way, did you try clicking on the medium.com link immediately above the twitter link in your above quoted text?



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January 08, 2020, 05:36:48 PM

I mostly agree, but the weekend might still have some spare fuel to burn with the reduced liquidity, so the odd pumperino can never be ruled out. Ohh her wanton ways...
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