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January 15, 2020, 12:45:26 AM

It's time to sell  Huh

Nobody is holding you, you’re in control of your own CORNs, that’s what it’s all about
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January 15, 2020, 12:48:01 AM

I wonder how stupid you have to be to be buying SV right now....

A lot of buyers just chase price momentum, without any idea of what is really going on in the fundamentals. They often think they can get out in time, but when this sort of move ends, liquidity evaporates and the reversal will kill most of the price in short order.

The alts certainly seem to be running on momentum alone. It is fairly positive to see BTC moving steadily higher (indicating it is not just a rotation trade), but of course it would be unwise to chase this move.

When the reversal comes, it will of course take everything down, but there will then be a good indication of where the new support lies.
I heard someone bought 1300 BTC SV on bittrex or something and ended up paying over $2000 for a single one. Stupid.
Then you might get a kick from this thread about B-SV vs BCH creators https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5211840.msg53418184#msg53418184
Twiddle dee and twiddle dumb. Wink

sell then

I'm sure there is a thread for that somewhere, why don't you go find it, that's a good boy
That's it! Tell em where it's at Jo Jo! Grin
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January 15, 2020, 12:57:44 AM

.... bitcoin forks were most dangerous for the slippery slope of introducing former bitcoin maximalists to the temptations of shitcoins.

It's okay to be a lapsed maximalist, it was an evil scheme ... but you must confess and come back to the fold eventually.
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January 15, 2020, 12:59:32 AM

$8900 reached but didnt hold there very long.
Just $100 more to go.

You can do it CORN! Grin
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January 15, 2020, 01:05:52 AM

Well, the issue of sending large quantities via Lightning Network is already being resolved.

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The #LightningNetwork's theoretical throughput exceeds that of any "next-gen" #blockchain and even payment systems like Visa or Alipay. We've reached an inflection point where decentralized systems can outperform centralized systems. ⚡️⛓️📈 #Bitcoin



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January 15, 2020, 01:15:59 AM
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... did anyone saw 1917 already
Where all the white women at, in 1917.
Was it good?

I have no clue. I was trying to make a joking post baiting SJWs.

Failed miserably, along with my call for Vegeta within "a few hours". Oh well.

Bad day for Bob. Frustrated getting the right polish on an audio project I'm working on, and angry with myself being lazy mixing in headphones in bed, when I really need to be working in my studio with proper monitors and a sub. Bleh.

Our days are shifting, nite bob!

Btw I will let you know on Thursday how it was Cheesy
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January 15, 2020, 01:17:21 AM

Into HODLsleep  ^#thedudeapprovesABIDES
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https://cointelegraph.com/news/payments-giant-visa-acquires-fintech-firm-plaid-for-53-billion

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Visa has shown an active interest in innovations in the fintech sector. In October, Kelly said that the company is still in discussions with Facebook regarding Libra ...

VISA making moves on fintech to stay relevant, and some cryptos ... the writing is on the blockchain.
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January 15, 2020, 01:20:05 AM

Btw ... did anyone saw 1917 already ?? I have to wait till Thursday but I’m so excited  Cheesy

Brilliant film! Glad I saw it in theaters too, I'm sure you'll enjoy!
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January 15, 2020, 01:24:03 AM

Another good morning! I see the western hemisphere has tied another one on while we slept. Good work!

Tet is 9 days away, this party has just begun its planning stages.  There will be full trains, buses, highways, rockets for the next 3 weeks round here. Hope you boys can keep up.  Wink
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124,946 bitcoin were just moved in a transaction.

That's ~$1,100,000,000 transfered for an $80 fee.

No government, bank or third party had to verify the transaction, nor could they have stopped it if they wanted to.

The true power of bitcoin. 🔥

https://twitter.com/Rhythmtrader/status/1217158459629674496

Probably Bitfinex or another exchange taking advantage of cheap fees.
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/5deca6b2b21eb6bdd7fb5f0be4199d81a65193ac9066ec3579343b21b3eb7037

I'm sure the FED cannot print 1.1 billion for such a low cost.
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January 15, 2020, 03:03:29 AM

We broke out of the 3 month channel but the volume shows that people aren't highly engaged at this moment. I don't expect going to the moon yet, maybe just a warm up
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January 15, 2020, 03:12:27 AM

jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeez its so late here and I am still waiting for that fucking 9k mark to break through!  Cool
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January 15, 2020, 03:15:48 AM

jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeez its so late here and I am still waiting for that fucking 9k mark to break through!  Cool

Go to sleep, 9k can wait for tomorrow Smiley
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January 15, 2020, 03:28:13 AM
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I wonder how stupid you have to be to be buying SV right now....

Jihan and Roger might be running dry, nothing on the horizon except for BTC halfening which would take away from the bottom line at bitmain. Ayre/Faketoshi smell blood and circling around bcash like sharks. If they manage to crush bcash they might keep this up till BSV halfening.
All this while BTC is just sitting at the top watching two idiots fight each other. It's goingto be a good year for popcorn companies  
Faketoshi really thinks he can take down Bitcoin when he can't even take down Bitcoin Cash? He might have them today, but he will have to keep this up in order to sustain it.

If he backs out now he's guaranteed to get destroyed (Ayre probably made him sign his life away before saving his ass from the Aussie tax man), his only option is to continue this charade for as long as possible. If BTC doesn't moon to offset Bitmain's mining losses from halfening, BSV might be able to take down Bcash. POW coins are not cheap to keep at the top, halvening should relieve some pressure thus why Ayre is making a move now. Unless Faketoshi can prove he has the private keys, bitcoin has nothing to worry about (even then bitcoin will survive), sit back, relax and watch the idiots fight.

"Feeeeed me Roger!"  -Bcash "Feeeeed me Calvin!"  -BSv

Fake Satoshi or part of the Tulip Trust and he gets half the dev coins...whatever the real outcome....the issue of such will be RESOLVED...if he wants to destroy BTC and Bitcoin Core at that point in time he might try

but, man why destroy all that value with legacy addresses when you can have all Three?

BTC/BCH/BSV...so if he is part of tulip trust and the price of BTC Core is driven down as such...just the

whole resolution of all these coins out there never moving or the whole who has access to such being resolved..will surely drive the price down..maybe as low, IMHO, as $4k. The

relief of having such resolved and people will still frigging hate Craig Wright regardless..simply will mean a buying opportunity on everyone's part if the legacy coins do eventually more

a little or in mass.....again,...to buy at whatever cheaper price and move on from all this drama.

 I think it would be on this still very unlikely scenario to be our future...so F*ck you Craig Wright...sell what you want cheap coins we will buy it all and simply...again..due to

the resolution of tulip trust drama from yourself, eat up the temporary cheap BTC core con and the price of BTC core coin will simply rise again.

 I doubt that the 1/2 the court gave these 'supposed' the Klieman family estate will act in a

irresponsible manner...anyway, I'm in HODL mode, a vision of decentralized crypto by Craig Wright as he claims means I'd be out of it all ...as I assume many would be..on such a future.

Boom or Bust Baby. Worse Case? I see a major BUY on BTC core...if such unlikely silliness were to come to pass...so bring it on! Again, I think this is not likely..but even so..it will resolve

in BTC cores favor...IMHO, just from the bad blood in the crypto world toward Craig Wright. So the more BTC he supposedly could sell from the tulip trust the less in his control..hell,...

I'd buy every frigging BTC core I could off the shmuck just for the sheer pleasure of it...as I am sure many on here would do as well.

So put up or shut up Fakesaoshi...we are ready for you! Smiley

(sorry end of rant)
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January 15, 2020, 04:30:28 AM

well, let's see what those bears got left
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I doubt that the 1/2 the court gave these 'supposed' the Klieman family estate will act in a irresponsible manner.

Courts don't have the technical know-how to determine crypto fraud, private keys, stuff like that. Heck, the Japanese court "resolved" the mtgox case by giving a low USD-equivalent on bitcoins that had multiplied their USD-value several times. In the meantime they left the rest of the BTC to the custody of third parties that were using these BTCs to manipulate BTC price... I think it was Kraken who said that the trustee was destroying the order book instead of opting for auctions (as suggested by Kraken).

In any case, the courts asked for something from CW and he has to deliver "something". I have no doubt he will deliver "something" because he needs to do it or else face possible sanctions, from what I read. Heck, he might have made enough money in the recent rumor-based SV pump that he can actually settle the case outside of the courtroom without losing face from a possible conviction Tongue
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January 15, 2020, 04:50:43 AM

I wonder how stupid you have to be to be buying SV right now....

A lot of buyers just chase price momentum, without any idea of what is really going on in the fundamentals. They often think they can get out in time, but when this sort of move ends, liquidity evaporates and the reversal will kill most of the price in short order.

The alts certainly seem to be running on momentum alone. It is fairly positive to see BTC moving steadily higher (indicating it is not just a rotation trade), but of course it would be unwise to chase this move.

When the reversal comes, it will of course take everything down, but there will then be a good indication of where the new support lies.
I heard someone bought 1300 BTC SV on bittrex or something and ended up paying over $2000 for a single one. Stupid.

Only fools and greedy people. Smiley

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I doubt that the 1/2 the court gave these 'supposed' the Klieman family estate will act in a irresponsible manner.

Courts don't have the technical know-how to determine crypto fraud, private keys, stuff like that. Heck, the Japanese court "resolved" the mtgox case by giving a low USD-equivalent on bitcoins that had multiplied their USD-value several times. In the meantime they left the rest of the BTC to the custody of third parties that were using these BTCs to manipulate BTC price... I think it was Kraken who said that the trustee was destroying the order book instead of opting for auctions (as suggested by Kraken).

In any case, the courts asked for something from CW and he has to deliver "something". I have no doubt he will deliver "something" because he needs to do it or else face possible sanctions, from what I read. Heck, he might have made enough money in the recent rumor-based SV pump that he can actually settle the case outside of the courtroom without losing face from a possible conviction Tongue

He already did, he was ordered to deliver his BTC holdings, and he just did exactly that provided Kleiman with list of addresses. Can't wait till they publish it and someone signs "CSW is not Satoshi" with one of them, we should start a bounty for the first one.
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January 15, 2020, 05:17:40 AM
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The US National Security Agency (NSA) has discovered a major flaw in Windows 10 that could have been used by hackers to create malicious software that looked legitimate.

brilliant, and on windows 7's EOL day no less

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An advisory released today by the NSA says the flaw may have far more wide-ranging security implications, noting that the “exploitation of the vulnerability allows attackers to defeat trusted network connections and deliver executable code while appearing as legitimately trusted entities.”

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2020/01/patch-tuesday-january-2020-edition/

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-51106356

https://media.defense.gov/2020/Jan/14/2002234275/-1/-1/0/CSA-WINDOWS-10-CRYPT-LIB-20190114.PDF
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