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February 22, 2020, 01:52:16 PM

me soon tonight.  Grin

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February 22, 2020, 01:57:52 PM

We are too squeezed-in for really big moves.

On one hand, dump to 8xxx looks like almost 100% sure thing, but so what...

Surely we'll recover by April. No biggie.



I used to panic by such moves but I don’t care any more. The end result is the same - MOON.

I am guilty of wishing my life away until late 2021 though when the next parabolic rise is expected. Anybody else the same?
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February 22, 2020, 02:03:44 PM

me soon tonight.  Grin


I like how he handled it at the end 🤪
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I am guilty of wishing my life away until late 2021 though when the next parabolic rise is expected. Anybody else the same?

Nope. I'm an Instagram model living my best life RIGHT NOW.

We're talking vegan, waxing, car footwell mats imbued with the smell of celebrity vaginas, rejecting gender pronouns and lot and lots of Subbuteo.
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February 22, 2020, 02:30:28 PM

Even after the recent correction from this year's AYH, we're still doing fine. LFCBPI is $7 above baseline.

LFC Bitcoin Price Indicator: $57

Go BTC, go!
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February 22, 2020, 02:45:07 PM
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@blockfolio
🏦 Banks call bitcoin a "bad idea"

🚖 Taxis called Uber a "bad idea"

🏨 Hotels called Airbnb a "bad idea"

🎵 Labels called streaming a "bad idea"

📰 Papers called internet a "bad idea"

📻 Radio stations called TV a "bad idea"

It's simple, they're afraid.
https://twitter.com/blockfolio/status/1231215981743071232?s=21





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Price aside, the true #Bitcoin   hodlers can wait as long as required.

We're not going to change our mind.

Because we know moon is inevitable.

Everytime someone comes to this realization and buys in, Bitcoin becomes more scarce.

Our sats are off the market, not for sale 🚀
https://twitter.com/bitcoinhog/status/1231192986689519617?s=21
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February 22, 2020, 02:46:15 PM

Don't let them scare you into reporting you "holdings"!

Tell them NOTHING!

The IRS has known about me since 2013. Banker reported me to SEC for an over 10k sale to get KNC Jupiter Miner from Sweden...
...went to phone meeting with a banker and SEC (voice phone SEC end) and banker's 'proof' was BTC was 'evil' and no way I had
done taxes (spring 2014 with new IRS crypto rules) slap'd down my CPA done Tax Forms paid and SEC guy in a 'resigned' voice is
why am I here? ...so you can account for the BTC now or when they come later..I myself when the IRS or Whomever comes by saying
I am not legit due to my (1) trophy girlfriend (2) boat on the lawn (3) flashy car etc, will show them my 'legit' crypto earnings and tell
whoever they are to go 'pound sand' ..eventually KYC will be for all exchanges...so it will only get worse IMHO. (hope it is not as
bad as all that ...but soured me on what to expect as a newbie till now from 2013. Smiley

thats why i have signed some old mining addys with "i am so and so and i mined to this addy between approximately this and this date with this hardware at this pool",  saved pool payout logs and screenshots, kept gpu receipts, pics of mining setups etc. 

i always figured i would have to account for those early btc.
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February 22, 2020, 02:51:08 PM

me soon tonight.  Grin



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February 22, 2020, 02:54:57 PM

Coinbase ratted me out years ago. Lol

been with coinbase since 2013 and filed taxes on btc earnings (no trading then, mainly selling mined coin with occasional buys) long before all that 1099 crap and such. as ive mentioned before i always figured btc would be tracked.
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remember there was that statistic about 50% of peeps having difficulties coming up with $400 for an emergency, so to own .012BTC, which may represent several thousands of dollars of value, free and clear, will still likely be out of touch from many normies who plan to fail by failing to plan.

back in the day i lived paycheck to paycheck and sometimes not even that (but i always worked). a slice of bread with peanut butter was a feast (but made sure my cat was better fed than i was, my cat also had vet visits, while i had no insurance for doctors.. tough it out was the motto). electricity for lighting was paradise as i would regularly have mine shut off. thankfully candles were cheap and i could walk to the library for books.

i kinda feel that you need to be able to live poor before you can live rich. although taking the short cut to rich could be nice one may not appreciate it as much.
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February 22, 2020, 03:18:03 PM
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We are too squeezed-in for really big moves.

On one hand, dump to 8xxx looks like almost 100% sure thing, but so what...

Surely we'll recover by April. No biggie.



I used to panic by such moves but I don’t care any more. The end result is the same - MOON.

I am guilty of wishing my life away until late 2021 though when the next parabolic rise is expected. Anybody else the same?

Not me.

For several reasons:

- After being deluded in december 2017 into thinking that I could be "financially independent soon" (tm) and then receiving a hard blow to my hopes by the subsequent crypto winter, I learned not to take anything for granted. Even if the possibility of reaching that point is still there, I need to be fully aware that it could take an undetermined number of extra years... or never come.

- I also decided that the time, attention... and expectation I was giving to it would all be thrown to the trashcan if my hopes don't materialize so I needed to involve myself in other new side projects that would suck most my (already limited) time in the meantime. Projects that will fit either if my "crypto hopes" materialize... and that also will somehow fit if it doesn't. Main of those projects is the "vacation" house and land I bought last year and that needed some upgrades that I am mostly doing myself. If Bitcoin does good I will use some BTC to cancel the mortgage and THAT will be my "lambo". If it doesn't, I will maybe have to sell the house (most probably at a profit) as I can't stand the current deficit cashflow for many years... but if Bitcoin does well I will have already finished what I wanted to do (on a personal level) with the money.

- As I have decided to plan for both possible scenarios, that means more work and thus more time needed. When this ends, hopefully successfully, I will not only have "da money" but also my free time back as I am anticipating and doing all the hard work now.

So no, I decided to keep me extra busy and stressed in the meantime instead.
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February 22, 2020, 03:22:24 PM



Not shopped.

https://twitter.com/sassal0x/status/1231078620543631361

Looks like Craig finally dropped a few hits of X. Maybe he'll come to the profound introspective realization that being a scammer sucks.

Dr. Craig please. Lips sealed

I can only wonder, if jbear was a segregated witness, to this priceless moment in time.
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remember there was that statistic about 50% of peeps having difficulties coming up with $400 for an emergency, so to own .012BTC, which may represent several thousands of dollars of value, free and clear, will still likely be out of touch from many normies who plan to fail by failing to plan.

back in the day i lived paycheck to paycheck and sometimes not even that (but i always worked). a slice of bread with peanut butter was a feast (but made sure my cat was better fed than i was, my cat also had vet visits, while i had no insurance for doctors.. tough it out was the motto). electricity for lighting was paradise as i would regularly have mine shut off. thankfully candles were cheap and i could walk to the library for books.

i kinda feel that you need to be able to live poor before you can live rich. although taking the short cut to rich could be nice one may not appreciate it as much.
Rags to riches to rags. Only people able to make their own money are fit to inherit it.

The richest man in Babylon is on youtube, and it is worth the while for anyone who care about their kids and grandkids.
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February 22, 2020, 03:38:24 PM

[...] I needed to involve myself in other new side projects [...]
I kept the btc but continued the BTFD practice on TSLA stock, and did well. If this crypto-winter lasts any longer, I may be forced to look for a 3rd project.
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February 22, 2020, 03:47:38 PM
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i kinda feel that you need to be able to live poor before you can live rich. although taking the short cut to rich could be nice one may not appreciate it as much.

Many people who have received large sums of money end up ruined quickly.
Your prayer makes a lot of sense, when money is earned with effort, control of superfluous spending is deeply analyzed before executing it.
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February 22, 2020, 04:02:21 PM

$9770, the 61.8 fib retracement is a crucial make or break moment imo. Above it, we'd be clear to $11,577, below it, we'd look go return to the 0.5 at $8501 (as well as 50 Week MA).



Regardless, even falling back down to the 0.382 at $7,231, where the 100 Week MA is priced (as well as $4 off from the hash ribbons buy signal), would still be bullish.
Needless to say, we are still very much in an uptrend.
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I think BTC is going to rise.

The legendary rpietila.



fixed that for you

The once legendary rpietila.

very sad but fuck off. OK thanks you got me into monero, then you robbed a lot of people.

Why arent people like this banned.

Big shame, the fallen hero from my view.

Fuck off then fuck off again.



We all do have our fallen Hero's  Sad

 Not worth any attention if they robbed you

actually I'm very lucky the game was too complicated for me to understand really.

There were lots of promises, but in researching "how to" I found a darker side that warned me off. Some people just stuck in a hole and stuff.

Others were not so lucky and we are talking big money here, especially in today terms.

Then an effective exit scam/ more empty promises to repay stuff never fulfilled.

Unbelievable excuses such as fire, robbery, flood, bird flew away with paper wallets etc. all in about a week.

Big shame





I would not touch that silly game with a 10 foot pole.  It reeked of everything off about risto.  A game where he sets himself up as king and creates all these guilded hoops for his followers to jump through. 

I had private conversations with some of the active BCT Monero community via PMs here about my concerns about both how it looked, and the potential to be an exit scam.

I was sorry to see so many people ripped off by a madman.  And also sorry to see the descent of the madman himself.  He was/is(?) pretty nutty, but he saw things early.  Too bad he was sucked into various chemical traps...

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such chemical traps

bird flew away with the keys

the dolls are on dope
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King of The Kingdom
seems to be alive and well
Risto Pietilä









#haiku


Dragon, no?

castle burning down
omnipotent deluded
chemical dragon
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King of The Kingdom
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#haiku


Dragon, no?

castle burning down
omnipotent deluded
chemical dragon


Bleh. What I REALLY want to know is if the "castle" was insured and if the insurance did pay.
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