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January 08, 2020, 11:04:11 PM
Last edit: January 08, 2020, 11:27:34 PM by rdbase

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So all the bad things going on in the world brings price of bitcoin up? Say it aint so.
I thought gold and oil were the only currencies of whom these war mongers and pyromaniacs covet .




I see $8,463 as the so far high of this particular BTC price run...

Exaggerating or getting distracted into other indexes is NOT going to help to clarify matters.
$8514 according to the stream .......

Hahahahaha

Stubborn one...

Yet it was inching closer to $8600 and still above $8500 at one point. I just didnt want to stay up all night to see if was going to reach $9k or not.
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January 08, 2020, 11:09:20 PM

hell of an operative, that Garak


hell of an, um, actress, that Salma

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January 08, 2020, 11:41:13 PM

So i followed that interesting conversation today...

Two medium educated men, proud of their 5%pa investments (stock market or fonds based, excluding inflation loss), were talking about bitcoin.
They said buying btc at the time would be dumb, because if you aren't an early adopter, it's just a ponzi.
Also, that if governments don't take measures against "this ponzi", they must be either holding OR they have no control over bitcoin.

Don't get me wrong, i would enjoy being simple minded like these two, but then i would also probably fomo all-in right before the next ATH (2022 probably?).
At that time, they might even ask me if i heard about bitcoin, and that i should sell my house to buy btc)
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January 08, 2020, 11:45:57 PM

Can it be CSW, I figured no a while back, but just from the sv thread.
Well this is Roger Ver https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=10310

He has even proudly said it was his account.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488055.20

That's well known. Been around since well before he was 'famous'.

Zooko literally used to shill referral links in here before he got rich with ZCash's Founders Reward:

I withdrew a non-negligible amount of USD from TradeHill by simply filling out a form on the site and clicking submit. The resulting page said that they would put a check in the mail that same business day. Apparently they did! Because that was only last Thursday, if I recall correctly, and the check arrived today.

So this is just a report for anyone who wants to know that there was no delay, confusion or extra steps.

Here's my TradeHill referral code. So far I've made about $0.50 in referral bonuses, so it isn't so much that I hope to make a lot of money by passing out my referral code, but it does give you 10% off of their normal fees if you sign up with it:

https://tradehill.com/?r=TH-R11149

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January 08, 2020, 11:50:52 PM

So i followed that interesting conversation today...

Two medium educated men, proud of their 5%pa investments (stock market or fonds based, excluding inflation loss), were talking about bitcoin.
They said buying btc at the time would be dumb, because if you aren't an early adopter, it's just a ponzi.
Also, that if governments don't take measures against "this ponzi", they must be either holding OR they have no control over bitcoin.

Don't get me wrong, i would enjoy being simple minded like these two, but then i would also probably fomo all-in right before the next ATH (2022 probably?).
At that time, they might even ask me if i heard about bitcoin, and that i should sell my house to buy btc)

Whats funny is if they believe the bolded then that is a reason for them to buy not an argument against. Lol Dullards.
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January 08, 2020, 11:54:33 PM



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January 08, 2020, 11:55:16 PM
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Krugman fiddling with kiddie porn?

Keynes took 'liberties' with young boys

... fiat fiddlers.
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January 08, 2020, 11:57:12 PM

52 hostages
52 targets
52 F-35s doing the elephant walk
B-52s airborne
52 crushed at the iranian funeral

... you know its on when the numerologist satanists flaunt their power.

Ukraine Air Flight 752 crashes on take off from Iran, all on board dead.
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January 08, 2020, 11:58:36 PM


Sick twisted f***s nothing else to say, just wanted to enter my HODLsleep as i'm crawling next to my GF

Please don't disturb my appetite, hunger and sleep all at once.
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January 09, 2020, 12:08:05 AM

^^
So all the bad things going on in the world brings price of bitcoin up? Say it aint so.
I thought gold and oil were the only currencies of whom these war mongers and pyromaniacs covet .




I see $8,463 as the so far high of this particular BTC price run...

Exaggerating or getting distracted into other indexes is NOT going to help to clarify matters.
$8514 according to the stream .......

Hahahahaha

Stubborn one...

Yet it was inching closer to $8600 and still above $8500 at one point. I just didnt want to stay up all night to see if was going to reach $9k or not.

Well, in any event, even if you use the accurate numbers.... think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan.... you are NOT going to receive any opposition to me in terms of hope to get closer to $9k and in order that someone can non-violently remove  $50 worth of BTC from LFC (thinking in the .00555555BTC arena).

You just need to use the right reference point (hint, hint, hint:  think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan); otherwise, you be exaggerating, and you might not even understand what game you are in because you are on the wrong page of the book.
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January 09, 2020, 12:11:15 AM

So i followed that interesting conversation today...

Two medium educated men, proud of their 5%pa investments (stock market or fonds based, excluding inflation loss), were talking about bitcoin.
They said buying btc at the time would be dumb, because if you aren't an early adopter, it's just a ponzi.
Also, that if governments don't take measures against "this ponzi", they must be either holding OR they have no control over bitcoin.

Don't get me wrong, i would enjoy being simple minded like these two, but then i would also probably fomo all-in right before the next ATH (2022 probably?).
At that time, they might even ask me if i heard about bitcoin, and that i should sell my house to buy btc)

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January 09, 2020, 01:04:00 AM
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Sorry gents, unlike the Bargain Boyz, the new kids on the block weren't hodlers. Bargain Boyz will come in with strong hands soon enough though and hodl for the long term.

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January 09, 2020, 01:06:00 AM
Last edit: January 09, 2020, 01:17:29 AM by rdbase

Well, in any event, even if you use the accurate numbers.... think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan.... you are NOT going to receive any opposition to me in terms of hope to get closer to $9k and in order that someone can non-violently remove  $50 worth of BTC from LFC (thinking in the .00555555BTC arena).

You just need to use the right reference point (hint, hint, hint:  think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan); otherwise, you be exaggerating, and you might not even understand what game you are in because you are on the wrong page of the book.
But sir, I did win his giveaway once already. At the same time you did too. Cant we just all get along? Grin
I know bitstamp price is what he wants and know on that persons chart is showing coinbase price which is highly exaggerated compared to other charts.
But what one person who is insignificant interms of hodling any bitcoin says on a forum doesnt do much to the bitcoin price.
But sir, can I please have some more. Cheesy
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January 09, 2020, 01:24:00 AM

Well, in any event, even if you use the accurate numbers.... think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan.... you are NOT going to receive any opposition to me in terms of hope to get closer to $9k and in order that someone can non-violently remove  $50 worth of BTC from LFC (thinking in the .00555555BTC arena).

You just need to use the right reference point (hint, hint, hint:  think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan); otherwise, you be exaggerating, and you might not even understand what game you are in because you are on the wrong page of the book.
But sir, I did win his giveaway once already.
I know bitstamp price is what he wants and know on that persons chart is showing coinbase price which is highly exaggerated compared to other charts.
But what one person who is insignificant interms of hodling any bitcoin says on a forum doesnt do much to the bitcoin price.
But sir, can I please have some more. Cheesy

Your tenacity is above and beyond reproach.  Aka... trolling.  Yes.. you could test the patience of a saint... Not proclaiming that I am anything close to one of those. 




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January 09, 2020, 01:36:24 AM

Well, in any event, even if you use the accurate numbers.... think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan.... you are NOT going to receive any opposition to me in terms of hope to get closer to $9k and in order that someone can non-violently remove  $50 worth of BTC from LFC (thinking in the .00555555BTC arena).

You just need to use the right reference point (hint, hint, hint:  think bitstamp as your reference, young padawan); otherwise, you be exaggerating, and you might not even understand what game you are in because you are on the wrong page of the book.
But sir, I did win his giveaway once already.
I know bitstamp price is what he wants and know on that persons chart is showing coinbase price which is highly exaggerated compared to other charts.
But what one person who is insignificant interms of hodling any bitcoin says on a forum doesnt do much to the bitcoin price.
But sir, can I please have some more. Cheesy

Your tenacity is above and beyond reproach.  Aka... trolling.  Yes.. you could test the patience of a saint... Not proclaiming that I am anything close to one of those. 





Yes but responding to these type of retractions are nothing new to you.
As you seem to just want to keep going.
So who really is trolling just to have the last word?
Awaiting for your response as I know it will come with another antidote of whimsical information that is obvious.
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January 09, 2020, 01:53:42 AM

Still fighting for 8k.
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January 09, 2020, 01:59:27 AM

Still fighting for 8k.

Around $8500 is the more interesting number. We breach that with volume, and Katy bar the door.
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January 09, 2020, 02:03:26 AM

Good to see you around Torque.

I have to say, 8K is showing some resilience, the longer this goes on the less likely a return to the falling channel becomes.
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January 09, 2020, 02:21:39 AM

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Yes but responding to these type of retractions are nothing new to you.
As you seem to just want to keep going.
So who really is trolling just to have the last word?
Awaiting for your response as I know it will come with another antidote of whimsical information that is obvious.

Reverse Psychology....

Good one.
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January 09, 2020, 03:10:39 AM

Just wanted to thank you guys, I've been reading this thread for a while and picking some information to do a few trades from time to time.

I did buy the 6.9kusd end of November, I missed to sell at 7.5k mid-December, I did not panic on the 18-19 December (6.5kusd) I held and sold yesterday at the 8.38kusd when the noise was starting to change.

Now I'm looking for the next entry Smiley

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