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July 29, 2020, 06:03:15 PM
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my fellow bitcoin lunatics,

please note that the monthly price candle is closing in 48 hours. if it closes here it would be the 3rd highest monthly close in bitcoins price history.

if this isn't bullish af I don't know what to tell you.

Correction, 2nd highest monthly close. Which would be even more bullish than the 3rd highest!

It's bullish af, end of.
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July 29, 2020, 06:04:39 PM

600watt being excited = bull market.
After this Bull now every one is excited because we all was in wait for this Bull for long time  Wink Grin
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July 29, 2020, 06:06:32 PM

my fellow bitcoin lunatics,

please note that the monthly price candle is closing in 48 hours. if it closes here it would be the 3rd highest monthly close in bitcoins price history.

if this isn't bullish af I don't know what to tell you.

Correction, 2nd highest monthly close. Which would be even more bullish than the 3rd highest!

It's bullish af, end of.


what about June 2019 candle?
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July 29, 2020, 06:13:49 PM

my fellow bitcoin lunatics,

please note that the monthly price candle is closing in 48 hours. if it closes here it would be the 3rd highest monthly close in bitcoins price history.

if this isn't bullish af I don't know what to tell you.

Correction, 2nd highest monthly close. Which would be even more bullish than the 3rd highest!

It's bullish af, end of.


what about June 2019 candle?

$10,760 (Bitstamp),  $10,761 (Coinbase) and $10,748 (BLX) = no cigar. Currently above 3rd highest close and below 1st highest. This means it's the second highest  Wink
Current price: $11,213. GMT 18:10.
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July 29, 2020, 06:18:23 PM

The weekly is probably in the top 10 too.
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July 29, 2020, 06:22:09 PM
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my fellow bitcoin lunatics,

please note that the monthly price candle is closing in 48 hours. if it closes here it would be the 3rd highest monthly close in bitcoins price history.

if this isn't bullish af I don't know what to tell you.

Correction, 2nd highest monthly close. Which would be even more bullish than the 3rd highest!

It's bullish af, end of.


what about June 2019 candle?

$10,760 (Bitstamp),  $10,761 (Coinbase) and $10,748 (BLX) = no cigar. Currently above 3rd highest close and below 1st highest. This means it's the second highest  Wink
Current price: $11,213. GMT 18:10.

I lazily looked at this chart: https://www.barchart.com/crypto/quotes/%5EBTCUSD/interactive-chart
bitstamp is the WO reference, so...

thanks for making me even more bullish!

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July 29, 2020, 06:23:07 PM

So if I can get this straight, it is either bullish as fuck or bullish as all buggery? Both are fine by me, just wondering.
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July 29, 2020, 06:25:38 PM
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https://twitter.com/dan_pantera/status/1288529239772295171

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1/ “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.”
— Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

We quoted that line last month – and, it just happened.  The United States printed more money in June than in the first two centuries after its founding.

$864 billion

2/ With that first trillion we:

- defeated British imperialists;
- bought Alaska and the Louisiana Purchase (13 states’ worth of territory);
- defeated fascism;
- ended the Great Depression;
- built the Interstate Highway System;
- went to the Moon.

3/ For the sticklers out there with the knee-jerk counter-argument:

“Hey, you need to use constant dollars – take into account inflation!”

The answer is:

That’s EXACTLY why one should get out of paper money and into #Bitcoin
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July 29, 2020, 06:26:18 PM

my fellow bitcoin lunatics,

please note that the monthly price candle is closing in 48 hours. if it closes here it would be the 3rd highest monthly close in bitcoins price history.

if this isn't bullish af I don't know what to tell you.

Roger. LFG.

August 2020 better be the highest EOM close ever.
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https://twitter.com/dan_pantera/status/1288529239772295171

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1/ “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.”
— Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

We quoted that line last month – and, it just happened.  The United States printed more money in June than in the first two centuries after its founding.

$864 billion

2/ With that first trillion we:

- defeated British imperialists;
- bought Alaska and the Louisiana Purchase (13 states’ worth of territory);
- defeated fascism;
- ended the Great Depression;
- built the Interstate Highway System;
- went to the Moon.

3/ For the sticklers out there with the knee-jerk counter-argument:

“Hey, you need to use constant dollars – take into account inflation!”

The answer is:

That’s EXACTLY why one should get out of paper money and into #Bitcoin


I like Dan, but cannot agree with the following quote, especially with "until then" part:
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Stay long crypto until schools/daycare open. Until then[emphasis mine] the economy won’t function and money will be continuously printed.

School opening won't mean much as schools around here are opening, kind of.
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July 29, 2020, 06:36:43 PM

my fellow bitcoin lunatics,

please note that the monthly price candle is closing in 48 hours. if it closes here it would be the 3rd highest monthly close in bitcoins price history.

if this isn't bullish af I don't know what to tell you.

Correction, 2nd highest monthly close. Which would be even more bullish than the 3rd highest!

It's bullish af, end of.


what about June 2019 candle?

$10,760 (Bitstamp),  $10,761 (Coinbase) and $10,748 (BLX) = no cigar. Currently above 3rd highest close and below 1st highest. This means it's the second highest  Wink
Current price: $11,213. GMT 18:10.

I lazily looked at this chart: https://www.barchart.com/crypto/quotes/%5EBTCUSD/interactive-chart
bitstamp is the WO reference, so...

thanks for making me even more bullish!


You're welcome!

Doesn't seem that lazy tbh, just chart looks wrong after taking a look. No idea why  Huh

Here is what Bitstamp actually looks like right now.... 2nd highest "closing" candle so far  Wink



Ignore the line, that's for a Weekly chart. Just long-term resistance being broken  Tongue

Edit: This is when I'm supposed to shill my tradingview referral link, but I won't  Cheesy
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July 29, 2020, 06:47:19 PM
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So if I can get this straight, it is either bullish as fuck or bullish as all buggery? Both are fine by me, just wondering.

Bullish AF, sadly we lost our coins in a boating accident in September but we can still cheer the price on from the sidelines Wink
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July 29, 2020, 06:56:06 PM

So if I can get this straight, it is either bullish as fuck or bullish as all buggery? Both are fine by me, just wondering.

Bullish AF

Technically it's only bullish as all buggery right now, if the month close in two days is the second highest, then it's bullish af.
Bullish either way though  Wink
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July 29, 2020, 06:57:25 PM
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Don't get me wrong, i'm fucking excited about the pump(s), too  Cool

...but...
has anyone thought about all the pumps we had below $10k that were followed by dumps right before BTC futures expiration dates?
however, for 31st of july it's $9.5k at CME.

I wouldn't be too surprised if BTC drops sub $10k in the next 48 hours or so.
Would we get anything from it, if it will happen?
Yes: We would have been provided with good certainty that BTC is highly manipulated by futures.

So, just to make it clear: I don't hope so, but it's in the back of my mind after huge pumps just before expiration dates.
I sometimes catch myself browsing for the expiry dates after a big pump.

#justhodl
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July 29, 2020, 07:01:29 PM
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So if I can get this straight, it is either bullish as fuck or bullish as all buggery? Both are fine by me, just wondering.

Bullish AF, sadly we lost our coins in a boating accident in September but we can still cheer the price on from the sidelines Wink

Well you did. I never had more than a few satoshis anyway. I'm just a teenage keyboard warrior at heart, enjoying the freedom to say rude words on the internet. Like 'clunge' and 'quim'. But good luck with that freedom money thing, might work idk.
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Hey President Xi if you're listening, next time can you send a virus round that preys not on the fat and the poor but on the ugly. Nothing the mingers could do but cower indoors where they belong, and us 10's could swan about having sex and whatnot in the opne air like God intended. kthx
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So if I can get this straight, it is either bullish as fuck or bullish as all buggery? Both are fine by me, just wondering.

Bullish AF, sadly we lost our coins in a boating accident in September but we can still cheer the price on from the sidelines Wink

Well you did. I never had more than a few satoshis anyway. I'm just a teenage keyboard warrior at heart, enjoying the freedom to say rude words on the internet. Like 'clunge' and 'quim'. But good luck with that freedom money thing, might work idk.

Meh.
If you had a ledger wallet, you probably have to take future $5000 wrench (remember: inflation...) home invasions into account as well, regardless if the bottom of the sea is hoarding your coins now.
How can these french amateurs keep sensitive data like this accessible for the world, by the way?
  Undecided

Hey President Xi if you're listening, next time can you send a virus round that preys not on the fat and the poor but on the ugly. Nothing the mingers could do but cower indoors where they belong, and us 10's could swan about having sex and whatnot in the opne air like God intended. kthx

Problem: Most 10's are female. They will establish a matriarchy and then we men are finally fucked. (EDIT: Not in the pleasant way, i mean!)
Be careful what you wish for.
Hush! Xi! Don't listen.
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Bitcoin is many things to many people - why people choose to own hold bitcoin depends on their circumstances and views of what bitcoin is today and what it could become in the future. These views have been the subject of misunderstanding, confusion and debate. Historically, such debates have revolved around whether bitcoin, the native asset, is a store of value, medium of exchange, alternative asset, all of the above, or none of the above. Additionally, it is still undetermined whether the underlying blockchain is best used to facilitate wholesale clearing and settlement, consumer payments or the anchoring and timestamping of arbitrary data.

The truth is, as the ecosystem matures, Bitcoin may simultaneously serve many functions - either foundationally or through incremental layers. One of the beautiful things about Bitcoin is that its success is not predicated on serving a singular purpose.

In this piece, we will focus on the view that Bitcoin is an aspirational store of value. We explore the inherent characteristics that position Bitcoin to fulfill this role in the future, consider whether it is being used in this way today, and discuss factors that may drive greater demand for such utility.

Please download the full report here:{pdf}
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https://www.fidelitydigitalassets.com/articles/aspirational-store-of-value

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Bitcoin is many things to many people - why people choose to own hold bitcoin depends on their circumstances and views of what bitcoin is today and what it could become in the future. These views have been the subject of misunderstanding, confusion and debate. Historically, such debates have revolved around whether bitcoin, the native asset, is a store of value, medium of exchange, alternative asset, all of the above, or none of the above. Additionally, it is still undetermined whether the underlying blockchain is best used to facilitate wholesale clearing and settlement, consumer payments or the anchoring and timestamping of arbitrary data.

The truth is, as the ecosystem matures, Bitcoin may simultaneously serve many functions - either foundationally or through incremental layers. One of the beautiful things about Bitcoin is that its success is not predicated on serving a singular purpose.

In this piece, we will focus on the view that Bitcoin is an aspirational store of value. We explore the inherent characteristics that position Bitcoin to fulfill this role in the future, consider whether it is being used in this way today, and discuss factors that may drive greater demand for such utility.

Please download the full report here:{pdf}
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https://www.fidelitydigitalassets.com/articles/aspirational-store-of-value



We are at less than 2% of gold (EDIT: in market cap)....nice...long way to go.
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Bitcoin is many things to many people - why people choose to own hold bitcoin depends on their circumstances and views of what bitcoin is today and what it could become in the future. These views have been the subject of misunderstanding, confusion and debate. Historically, such debates have revolved around whether bitcoin, the native asset, is a store of value, medium of exchange, alternative asset, all of the above, or none of the above. Additionally, it is still undetermined whether the underlying blockchain is best used to facilitate wholesale clearing and settlement, consumer payments or the anchoring and timestamping of arbitrary data.

The truth is, as the ecosystem matures, Bitcoin may simultaneously serve many functions - either foundationally or through incremental layers. One of the beautiful things about Bitcoin is that its success is not predicated on serving a singular purpose.

In this piece, we will focus on the view that Bitcoin is an aspirational store of value. We explore the inherent characteristics that position Bitcoin to fulfill this role in the future, consider whether it is being used in this way today, and discuss factors that may drive greater demand for such utility.

Please download the full report here:{pdf}
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https://www.fidelitydigitalassets.com/articles/aspirational-store-of-value



We are at less than 2% of gold....nice.

 Wait! What?  Gold is up?!
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