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February 26, 2020, 08:48:46 PM

Right, it’s low enough now. Logging onto laptop to buy 0.5BTC.

Thank you for your service.

I’ve bought 4 BTC so far this week. Because incremental ladder trading.

Wow, 4 whole coins this week. You wrote btc - as in bitcoin, with no other qualifiers. If I got it right, there goes a little haiku for you.

That's just, like, you know
five days and a weekend, man
Congratulations!

Yes, BTC.

Just buying back the coins I sold (for more USD) on the way up. Incremental laddered standing orders FTW.

Good breher is getting some sense.... now forget the worthless forks and be a true coiner in its purest form once again!
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February 26, 2020, 08:52:50 PM
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JUST IN: SEC Rejects Latest Bitcoin ETF Bid

https://www.coindesk.com/sec-rejects-latest-bitcoin-etf-bid
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February 26, 2020, 09:04:50 PM

Just sent some Sats for consolidation to an exchange via SegWit from Electrum with slider set at lowest fee (5.1 sat/b) and i got notified by the exchange about the deposit almost instantly.
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February 26, 2020, 09:15:08 PM
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Just sent some Sats for consolidation to an exchange via SegWit from Electrum with slider set at lowest fee (5.1 sat/b) and i got notified by the exchange about the deposit almost instantly.
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Glad you had a successful confirmation of your transaction.
Just be aware Electrum is not optimal at estimating the fees.
Better to use tools like whatthefee.io or https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/ to determine the right fees level for you.

Check here if you don’t know how to manually set the fees:

Topic: Bitcoin Transaction Fees - Everything in one
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February 26, 2020, 09:31:14 PM
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WO brothers,
I feel dirty, and traitor of the Gang.
I dismissed my hat for a mere 45 USD/week.
Sorry, something changed in Fillippone life and I need to keep staking sats!

I will wear back the hat on every possible occasion.


Don't feel bad. I had to do the same thing. We will have our hats back on in no time. Also, since the halving is coming up, who knows what the 45 USD in BTC will be worth if we HODL it, in the near future. I am certain in a few month, someone will have to be putting together the 100k party.
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February 26, 2020, 09:33:24 PM

JUST IN: SEC Rejects Latest Bitcoin ETF Bid

https://www.coindesk.com/sec-rejects-latest-bitcoin-etf-bid

ETF, long time I read those letters, of-course when else as in line with a DIP  Roll Eyes
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February 26, 2020, 09:57:27 PM
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JUST IN: SEC Rejects Latest Bitcoin ETF Bid

https://www.coindesk.com/sec-rejects-latest-bitcoin-etf-bid

ETF, long time I read those letters, of-course when else as in line with a DIP  Roll Eyes

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February 26, 2020, 09:59:31 PM

Ascending triangle anyone?
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February 26, 2020, 10:14:41 PM

big green dildo where art thou? we need you!  Cool
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February 26, 2020, 10:28:15 PM
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Ascending triangle anyone?


Ascending Triangle confirmed. if we break below the ascending line then "God save the Queen".  Roll Eyes


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February 26, 2020, 10:46:03 PM
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We are now entering the "buy zone" in my opinion, between $8.2-$8.8K, 200 day MA & 50 Week MA will act as strong support:



While we're currently bouncing off the "extended" bear channel resistance trendline, $8.5K would be the average target, based on the fib retracement:



Also, the 4hr TD seuential is signalling a buy on a 9, at the 200 Day MA none the less:



BTFD.
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Just sent some Sats for consolidation to an exchange via SegWit from Electrum with slider set at lowest fee (5.1 sat/b) and i got notified by the exchange about the deposit almost instantly.
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Glad you had a successful confirmation of your transaction.
Just be aware Electrum is not optimal at estimating the fees.
Better to use tools like whatthefee.io or https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/ to determine the right fees level for you.

Check here if you don’t know how to manually set the fees:

Topic: Bitcoin Transaction Fees - Everything in one


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February 26, 2020, 11:06:01 PM

IMO, this sell-off seems like a fakeout by some big whales to make newbies think that bitcoin can't work as good as gold (and other safe-haven assets) during a global crisis (like coronavirus). Eventually, these whales should lose the sell-off power and bitcoin should get back on (bull) track.

OTOH:

Countries with first cases of coronavirus in past 24 hours:

- Brazil
- Pakistan
- North Macedonia
- Greece
- Georgia
- Algeria
- Norway
- Romania
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February 26, 2020, 11:24:11 PM

IMO, this sell-off seems like a fakeout by some big whales to make newbies think that bitcoin can't work as good as gold (and other safe-haven assets) during a global crisis (like coronavirus). Eventually, these whales should lose the sell-off power and bitcoin should get back on (bull) track.

OTOH:

Countries with first cases of coronavirus in past 24 hours:

- Brazil
- Pakistan
- North Macedonia
- Greece
- Georgia
- Algeria
- Norway
- Romania

Phew, this could turn out very ugly.
Not because of real Covid-19 threats, but because of the people panicking. Globally.

A co-worker of my wife visited his parents and they didn't let him in, even though there is not a single confirmed case yet in the province they live in.
When normal people go mad, mad people become the norm.
Interesting times, indeed.
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February 26, 2020, 11:31:08 PM

IMO, this sell-off seems like a fakeout by some big whales to make newbies think that bitcoin can't work as good as gold (and other safe-haven assets) during a global crisis (like coronavirus). Eventually, these whales should lose the sell-off power and bitcoin should get back on (bull) track.

OTOH:

Countries with first cases of coronavirus in past 24 hours:

- Brazil
- Pakistan
- North Macedonia
- Greece
- Georgia
- Algeria
- Norway
- Romania

Phew, this could turn out very ugly.
Not because of real Covid-19 threats, but because of the people panicking. Globally.

A co-worker of my wife visited his parents and they didn't let him in, even though there is not a single confirmed case yet in the province they live in.
When normal people go mad, mad people become the norm.
Interesting times, indeed.
Rumours kill more then fact right now just happening most of peoples afraid of this so creating some serious troubles.
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February 26, 2020, 11:38:27 PM
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Why did you change your name?

The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club.
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February 27, 2020, 12:10:37 AM
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Why did you change your name, XXXXX?

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February 27, 2020, 12:44:25 AM


Most linux distributions can be run on read-only filesystems (same as from cd) BUT the only true security hole is running them as root, because volumes can be remounted in rw mode on the fly. I'm using this strategy on my raspberryPi that is running the game console emulators for the kids. They don't do no shutdown, they just pull the plug/wallwart. Roms are stored on etx4 USB, mounted read-only. This one is just mounted in rw mode on the PC, to manage the roms and emulator binaries.

Just make sure you run linux as unprivileged user. Privilege escalation is a thing though, but unlikely on patched systems. However, when you're not connected to the net, i doubt there is a fair chance of catching a successful exploit via USB.

Again, your postulated security described above is utterly dependent upon the rando USB device implementing only a storage class endpoint.

Whatevs. Good luck with that.

I would care less if i am running as unpriv. user on a system that is not network connected. I didn't mention that i'd never use a host with actual user data on it. I thought that would be clear because i was replying to Dabs' "frozen sysimage" approach. I would definitely not use a guest VM but a dedicated box that i can reset via dd or similar disc imaging tools, i wasn't clear on that, as i just recognize while typing this.
And yes, it's part of the very basics: there is no 100% security, only 100% security against certain (and therefor known) attack vectors.

I’m gonna say this one last time. Your postulated recovery is weaksauce against anything other than a disk-resident vector.

dd ain’t gonna do nothing for you if malware-containing USB infects the BIOS.
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February 27, 2020, 12:45:54 AM
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Right, it’s low enough now. Logging onto laptop to buy 0.5BTC.

Thank you for your service.

I’ve bought 4 BTC so far this week. Because incremental ladder trading.

Wow, 4 whole coins this week. You wrote btc - as in bitcoin, with no other qualifiers. If I got it right, there goes a little haiku for you.

That's just, like, you know
five days and a weekend, man
Congratulations!

Yes, BTC.

Just buying back the coins I sold (for more USD) on the way up. Incremental laddered standing orders FTW.

Good breher is getting some sense.... now forget the worthless forks and be a true coiner in its purest form once again!

What? I’ve been buying (and selling) BTC in laddered incremental standing orders since years. Nonstop. Bought yet another 1 BTC earlier today. Because that’s what the strategy calls for. Nonstop.

Incidentally, these buys were not funded via sells of BCH, BSV, nor any other coin. They’re on their own ladders. Because that’s what the strategy calls for.
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