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August 24, 2020, 01:20:57 AM
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some evening charts    #dyor

Thing look pretty good imo..especially on longer time frames. There was significant buying as we closed out July last month..I am interested to see if we have a repeat as we enter the last week of August. That being said....my gut is telling me daytarders are hungry for profits so we could see a dip..it shows pretty clearly on the twelve hour chart below.

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August 24, 2020, 01:38:05 AM

Any chance we'll be discussing how Alan Dershowitz didn't kill himself one day?



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August 24, 2020, 02:09:55 AM

That being said....my gut is telling me daytarders are hungry for profits so we could see a dip..

I am starting to NOT like you.



Especially if you are correct, too often.


That being said:  I would not mind seeing some chipdip for when we poke above $12k, again.

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August 24, 2020, 05:23:38 AM

WTC towers did collapse because of the plane crashes, no matter if the direct cause was because of the structural damage/shock, the fire, any subsequent explosions or a combination of it all.

If you say so. Roll Eyes



Never mind.


That does not make any fucking sense from any logical point of view.

War on terror?
It was the main argument to invade another country.
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August 24, 2020, 05:50:37 AM

Good golly Miss Molly, the devs can meme Shocked Well Wuille can sorta Undecided

https://twitter.com/pwuille/status/1297630790713348096?s=20  Cool
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August 24, 2020, 06:28:22 AM

My problem is I have a scientific background and appreciate little details like evidence and logic before jumping to conclusions that serve to reconfirm my world view. If that renders me a normie NPC then call me Wojak.

So Epstein really did kill himself, eh? I guess without evidence to the contrary, you believe he most certainly did.  Tongue

Here, have another blue pill. Nom nom.  Cheesy

Watching the netflix around Epstein ....
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August 24, 2020, 06:38:08 AM

Meanwhile their meme tsar Samson, who is known throughout the galaxy ironically for his inability to meme, admirably breaks down some of the IMF's dubious claims:

There are many things wrong with this @IMFNews video on so many levels. It mainly focuses payments issues and conflates certain properties of #Bitcoin with ALL cryptocurrencies. It sounds like they're gaslighting the general populace to prepare them for an IMF coin.

Broken assumptions:
 Cryptocurrencies are secure as they are based on the "science of cryptography" - No, they are secured by PoW
 There's no middleman - No, if you can't run your own node, there is a middleman
 Transactions are permanent - No, unsecure chains get rewritten

Then they talk about the "problems" of anonymity and untraceability. Those are features, not bugs. If they're worried about "bad guys" making transactions, then they want a centrally controlled money.

They FUD about losing your money if you lose your "password" (I think they mean seed). However, that's a part of being self-sovereign. If someone can help you recover your money, it's not your money.
Samson Mow

They also complain about volatility - I guess they haven't looked at the stock market lately.

"BUT If we can counter the risks, then this new technology OR SOME VARIATION of it can completely change the way we sell, buy, invest etc."

No, some variation of it from you will be a centrally managed surveillance coin, and doesn't change anything for ordinary people.

"This could be the next step in the evolution of money."

No, #Bitcoin already took that next step. By not talking about Bitcoin and educating people, you're just keeping them bound to fiat in a new format.

Keep in mind that the IMF manages a "reserve asset" called a Special Drawing Right (SDR) which is a CLAIM on "freely usable currencies of IMF members." So it's an imaginary money based on printed money. A fiat based on fiat. Their motivation is to keep the fiat machine running.
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August 24, 2020, 06:46:26 AM

Trouble with a lot of that is that individuals like their "democracy", their states, their nations - 'the people'. They are shit with money, and shit at understanding it, so are willing to continue ceding their self-sovereignty to 'the people', whether that notion has been obviously suborned by corrupt politicos and banksters or not.
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August 24, 2020, 06:47:53 AM

Anyway Bitcoin's coming to get 'em whatever their thoughts on the matter.
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Meanwhile we review our opsec game (yes yes me especially), we shjarpen our swords, and we diligently engage in target practice 'just in case':

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August 24, 2020, 07:19:40 AM

Are you the one in the middle?
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August 24, 2020, 07:40:23 AM

Are you the one in the middle?

Did not know V8 was so cccccuuuuuttttteeeee!!!!

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Dude, I'm the one on the right with the yuuge paquete that no knickers could contain, swinging about in the breeze. And my blond wig. Opsec, remember.
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August 24, 2020, 07:47:54 AM

'Bout time for that Monday morning Asia pump.

My body is ready...
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August 24, 2020, 08:15:00 AM

That does not make any fucking sense from any logical point of view.

War on terror?
It was the main argument to invade another country.

As if just crashing a plane onto each tower and killing thousands was not enough excuse already?

No, they really had to demolish the towers (on record timing, in the worst possible conditions and without no one knowing) for full effect. Yeah.

Try harder when you search for a LOGICAL explanation. Evidence matters too.
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August 24, 2020, 08:27:42 AM

Congratulations JSRAW!!
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August 24, 2020, 08:40:49 AM

'Bout time for that Monday morning Asia pump.

My body is ready...

I’m always ready for some bitcoin Asian’s to pump

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August 24, 2020, 08:55:27 AM

Meanwhile their meme tsar Samson, who is known throughout the galaxy ironically for his inability to meme, admirably breaks down some of the IMF's dubious claims:

There are many things wrong with this @IMFNews video on so many levels. It mainly focuses payments issues and conflates certain properties of #Bitcoin with ALL cryptocurrencies. It sounds like they're gaslighting the general populace to prepare them for an IMF coin.

Broken assumptions:
 Cryptocurrencies are secure as they are based on the "science of cryptography" - No, they are secured by PoW
 There's no middleman - No, if you can't run your own node, there is a middleman
 Transactions are permanent - No, unsecure chains get rewritten

Then they talk about the "problems" of anonymity and untraceability. Those are features, not bugs. If they're worried about "bad guys" making transactions, then they want a centrally controlled money.

They FUD about losing your money if you lose your "password" (I think they mean seed). However, that's a part of being self-sovereign. If someone can help you recover your money, it's not your money.
Samson Mow

They also complain about volatility - I guess they haven't looked at the stock market lately.

"BUT If we can counter the risks, then this new technology OR SOME VARIATION of it can completely change the way we sell, buy, invest etc."

No, some variation of it from you will be a centrally managed surveillance coin, and doesn't change anything for ordinary people.

"This could be the next step in the evolution of money."

No, #Bitcoin already took that next step. By not talking about Bitcoin and educating people, you're just keeping them bound to fiat in a new format.

Keep in mind that the IMF manages a "reserve asset" called a Special Drawing Right (SDR) which is a CLAIM on "freely usable currencies of IMF members." So it's an imaginary money based on printed money. A fiat based on fiat. Their motivation is to keep the fiat machine running.
Great you posted this here! The war against Bitcoin started long ago and they keep on trying fighting btc by selling snake oil to the public. So good we have a few warriors who can still destroy the fallacies brought to us by the old financial world.
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August 24, 2020, 09:11:26 AM

So I sold a tiny amount to cover an unexpected expense, immediately after, the prices starts going up, and to top it of, I just learned that the expense was a mistake and was cancelled.
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