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January 30, 2020, 07:25:53 PM

Chinese people celebrate today the new lunar year (chinese new year). The new year will be in the sign of rat. The new moon year begins...tic toc...tic toc....
This was the day of the bottom at 8.2k! The new moon began and the price started to climb up. I said before there is a high probability we never see 6.4k ever again.
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January 30, 2020, 07:27:57 PM
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You gots ur lil selfie a real problem, dude (using expression figuratively because I know that you are not "the dude") .

FWIW, Ganja has been a daily staple in my life for longer than I would like to admit. The extreme sickness I experienced in December (fully recovered BTW. Hematologist/Oncologist appt the other day shows me back at 100% with everything in their normal ranges) prompted me to quit entirely until the followup with my GP next week.

Yesterday marked 29 days since I quit all intake, and a home drug test still showed me testing positive for THC.

Will re-test in a couple weeks. It's a mind-over-matter thing for me to test clean before deciding to partake again. Pleasantly surprised that I did not experience a single withdrawal symptom, but I'll write that off as a bonus side-effect of the other meds I'm taking, as a mitigating factor.

So much for taking 28 days to clear out of your system.

28 days?
Scratch that.

It depends on your metabolism, method of testing and amount and duration of intake. I only experienced withdrawal symptoms after quitting/pausing weed when i was young and smoking it with tobacco. Life without weed wasn't any better nor any worse, but i just always really liked it and been a part-time stoner since age 16.
On topic: Expect up to eight weeks to "fully" clear out in the urine, which means levels of thc metabolites to fall under detection treshold.

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January 30, 2020, 07:36:53 PM

Bleh. Not excited the very least yet. We have been here a fucking ton of times already.

I’ll wake you up at $15,000?

Me at 150,000 let say December?? Read it somewhere
So it must be true

$100,000 - $150,000 = Q4 2021

Then we party!

We enjoy today, we party today, we live today.... (never know when something unexpected strikes down on us.... corona-virus shit storm makes such things clear ones again)

100-150K then we EXTRA party, PERMA party Grin
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Don't those BIG ass price moves tend to come during weird times so it might be difficult to wire cash?


You have a point. I would probably lose it If it happened at night or weekend. It doesn't look like it is going to happen anyway...

I probably bought my last fucking dip a week ago.

From now on unless there happens to be a huge ass percentage drop, I'll just keep throwing potatoes (DCA'ing) till it hits my target price.

It is targeting the next ATH probably.


I have some difficulties envisioning ATH before the halvening, even though I know that the ATH is really not that far away in terms of percent of BTC price change..,. and yeah, we already almost got there last June... so it is NOT so outrageous in terms of the passage of time, either.

There are several of us (to the extent that I am implicitly permitted to use the royal "we" here), including yours truly, who are giving some level of anticipation that we could end up witnessing a bit of a front-running in this particular 4-year fractal.... but, I still remain quite hesitant to get my hopes up too high or even to act upon anything (including imposing decently-sized walls of text on the topic) such as assigning a front-running that would merely constitute a couple or a few additions of percentage points to the assignments of ATH UPPITY probabilities, at best.

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an application that allows you to make Lightning payments with your bank account or debit card. Using Strike requires the following: a debit card or bank account. That’s it; no wallet, no node, no channels, no swaps, no liquidity management, no anything.

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Bank accounts and debit cards can now speak to nodes all over the world, and nodes all over the world can now speak to bank accounts and debit cards. The possibilities are endless and the sky is the limit.

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Yesterday marked 29 days since I quit all intake, and a home drug test still showed me testing positive for THC.

Will re-test in a couple weeks. It's a mind-over-matter thing for me to test clean before deciding to partake again. Pleasantly surprised that I did not experience a single withdrawal symptom, but I'll write that off as a bonus side-effect of the other meds I'm taking, as a mitigating factor.

So much for taking 28 days to clear out of your system.

28 days?
Scratch that.

It depends on your metabolism, method of testing and amount and duration of intake. I only experienced withdrawal symptoms after quitting/pausing weed when i was young and smoking it with tobacco. Life without weed wasn't any better nor any worse, but i just always really liked it and been a part-time stoner since age 16.
On topic: Expect up to eight weeks to "fully" clear out in the urine, which means levels of thc metabolites to fall under detection treshold.

Indeed. I am a moderate/social consumer these days, and tested clean 10 days after use.

As for the withdrawal symptoms, I agree in blaming tobacco for that. Nicotine is seriously addictive, and what's worse it creeps on you almost unnoticed - especially for those who think they're only craving weed. I have several such friends: they quit smoking pure tobacco (or weren't smokers in the first place), but they do use it regularly with weed. "It makes the taste rounder" "It maker for an easier toke" and so on is what they say. IMO, they're addicts and they don't even know.
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January 30, 2020, 07:55:50 PM

New yearly highs recorded on Coinbase...

What's Coinbase?

a base you build when you were a kid, for your coins?
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January 30, 2020, 07:59:21 PM

OK, corn. Need you at $20k ASAP pls. Would like to rescue Rick from wage slavery. Shit is getting fucking retarded at his job, yo.

Sheeit.


I doubt that we are going to go shooting up to $20k, but I could see shooting up to $17,500.

Yet, what the fuck do I know?

I am continuing to think that once we get in the $17,500 to $23,000 range, we are not going to be hanging around in those territories for very long.. .yeah we could be there for  a couple of months.. but is kind of like bat country... in my ongoing thinkenings.

You do whatever you are going to do regarding your targets, but I am thinking cashing out a bit around $16,500 to $17,500 would be prudent, and then largely leaving $17,500 to $23,000 alone and then cashing out some more in the $23k to $25k range....

Again what the fuck do I know?  As you likely recall, my own personal strategy does not involve any kinds of large cash outs, so I just plan to continue to plow through $17,500 to $23,000 in the same kind of way that I do with any other price range, which is just incremental cashing out throughout, even though I have pretty decently strong feelings that $17,500 to $23,000 is likely to be bat country.. like I mentioned.

Your ... algo, seems to be self-tweaking quite well.
Set confidence to 85%.

Well, my "algo" attempts to recognize that there is a bit of a difference in my own style of investing as contrasted with the styles of others, yet I still have difficulties assigning levels of confidence, even though I tentatively  assert that there is a certain price arena that seems to be "bat country."  Subsequent, price movements could change the confidence level.. so yeah.. "self-tweaking" should then be the better way forward.  Wink

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Lol, there is no less 95%

See how bags building bias

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Really convincingly establishes how out of touch you tend to be, hv_.....

Even 85% was a pretty damned high level of confidence, and I was willing to let Cryptotourist slide with that kind of statement, but more than 95%... surely you are trolling.    Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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I doubt that we are going to go shooting up to $20k, but I could see shooting up to $17,500.

Yet, what the fuck do I know?

I am continuing to think that once we get in the $17,500 to $23,000 range, we are not going to be hanging around in those territories for very long.. .yeah we could be there for  a couple of months.. but is kind of like bat country... in my ongoing thinkenings.

I have been thinking exactly the same.... Many people would like to unload their coins at this range and it will make them angry and fomo back in at higher prices, when they see BTC keep pumping.

It could be like a repeat to early 2017 when BTC reached 1k again.
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January 30, 2020, 08:11:53 PM
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Bitcoin Cash Sees no Blocks for 5 Hours, No Significant Backlog Due to Low Usage

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-cash-sees-no-blocks-for-5-hours-no-significant-backlog-due-to-low-usage
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January 30, 2020, 08:12:15 PM

Roll Eyes  How do you do this?

Smoking weed with the Shiva helps... Wink

No secret bro, i read almost every post here.


You gots ur lil selfie a real problem, dude (using expression figuratively because I know that you are not "the dude") .

I can assure you, weed is fine if you dump the tobacco (and combustion) and don't dedicate your whole life to it.
It's even proven to be neuro-regenerative.While doctors still insist on the opposite, based on "facts" from the 1930's.

EDIT: coinbase.pro is fine again, btw.


Sorry for my lack of a referent in my earlier post.... I was referring to the "problema" of reading too many posts.....

what's coinbase, again?  Seems like i heard of it, earlier.

You gots ur lil selfie a real problem, dude (using expression figuratively because I know that you are not "the dude") .

FWIW, Ganja has been a daily staple in my life for longer than I would like to admit. The extreme sickness I experienced in December (fully recovered BTW. Hematologist/Oncologist appt the other day shows me back at 100% with everything in their normal ranges) prompted me to quit entirely until the followup with my GP next week.

Yesterday marked 29 days since I quit all intake, and a home drug test still showed me testing positive for THC.

Will re-test in a couple weeks. It's a mind-over-matter thing for me to test clean before deciding to partake again. Pleasantly surprised that I did not experience a single withdrawal symptom, but I'll write that off as a bonus side-effect of the other meds I'm taking, as a mitigating factor.

So much for taking 28 days to clear out of your system.

ditto.... my above response to makrospex
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BREAKING: Coronavirus declared global health emergency by WHO

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January 30, 2020, 08:16:07 PM

72-73% out of 378 novel coronavirus patients had NO exposure to either wet markets or anyone else displaying symptoms.

Unless the data is wrong, this confirms large-scale asymptomatic transmission is practically guaranteed.
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I doubt that we are going to go shooting up to $20k, but I could see shooting up to $17,500.

Yet, what the fuck do I know?

I am continuing to think that once we get in the $17,500 to $23,000 range, we are not going to be hanging around in those territories for very long.. .yeah we could be there for  a couple of months.. but is kind of like bat country... in my ongoing thinkenings.

I have been thinking exactly the same.... Many people would like to unload their coins at this range and it will make them angry and fomo back in at higher prices, when they see BTC keep pumping.

It could be like a repeat to early 2017 when BTC reached 1k again.

The only thing, as JJG also stated some days ago, is: This time it's different.
Now the halving effect is well known and many want to jump the boat before anyone else does.
Imo it just needs a little confidence that the bears have actually given up (and now might be the time).

Bitcoin Cash Sees no Blocks for 5 Hours, No Significant Backlog Due to Low Usage

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-cash-sees-no-blocks-for-5-hours-no-significant-backlog-due-to-low-usage

Normally i'm a nice and friendly person, but this time i'm honestly happy that BCH fails. Even though Roger always put the speed of transactions (block times) in front when arguing for Bitcoin Crash.
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January 30, 2020, 08:26:09 PM

This message is to announce the suspension of the AYH posts for the foreseeable future.

New yearly highs are projected to occur so frequently in coming months that continuation of these posts has been deemed redundant and a hazard to regular forum traffic.
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January 30, 2020, 08:27:49 PM

New yearly highs recorded on Coinbase...

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January 30, 2020, 08:35:37 PM

New yearly highs recorded on Coinbase...

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Someone for suckers to give their private keys lend their bitcoins to.

Should be "Keybase" then, no?  Grin Grin Cheesy
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