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October 14, 2020, 04:49:40 PM





dragon breathes a puff of smoke as bunny escapes down a hole
1h


short term resistance throw back into consolidation possibly
4h

#dyor
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October 14, 2020, 06:03:59 PM

The Bitcoin BULL BULL BULL
Michael Saylor of Microstrategy on big daddy BTC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CETdBZIXhPo&ab_channel=WhatBitcoinDid

Happy mid October WO's! Feeling hyper bullish  Cool
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October 14, 2020, 06:08:44 PM

Bitcoin in the Boardroom with Michael Saylor (part 1)
October 13, 2020  Peter McCormack

https://www.whatbitcoindid.com/podcast/bitcoin-in-the-boardroom


Part 2: The Bitcoin Bull Bull Bull with Michael Saylor
October 14, 2020

https://www.whatbitcoindid.com/podcast/the-bitcoin-bull-bull-bull
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October 14, 2020, 06:40:57 PM
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Let the bull engine re-awake.... serve me another White Russian thx
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October 14, 2020, 07:33:35 PM

Well..
That was a ride Shocked

Weird when you see it jump like a Mofo then it goes back to when you came in to the chart.
Then most disappointing feeling to say the least. Embarrassed

old fashioned institutional finance chief manager to trading staff: "you morons! i said 'bye bitcoin', not 'buy bitcoin'!!!"
institutional finance trader: "hold my beer..."
(clicks market sell)

EDITed slightly. I guess it didn't make it more funny, though  Smiley
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October 14, 2020, 08:23:51 PM
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BTC275 @ $11.369,01 bid order on coinbase. Someone flashing $3MM


Edit: And it's gone
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Eh.  Definitely 1000% Jewish (oh, what, do I have a cultural tendency to hyperbolize?).

Allusion to historical events

In a May 21, 2015, interview with Collider, executive producer Carlton Cuse stated that the show was "conceived as a metaphor for France during the Nazi occupation".[9]

But I am not much a fan of television, anyway.

I forgot what I wanted to post. Was probably going to be a shitpost.

My expertise. Tongue

I.want.to.see.that post.gif

This just reminded me of something that may or may not be relevant; anyway, I myself am in the mood to shitpost just because the Internet disgusts me today every day.



Sie sind entartet!

It is most bewildering that “redpilled” Hitler-pic memesters use semiotics from a Wachowski brothers “sisters” story starring a Eurasian mutt, a black, and an ostensible female who would be completely androgynous if her breasts and buttocks were not so ample, with a plot about the salvation of Zion.



...Lilly Wachowski, who came out as trans along with her sister Lana after the films came out...

The Matrix first hit screens in 1999, when Lilly says "the corporate world wasn't ready" for an allegory - a story that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning - about transgender people.



Once upon a time, I descended into the land of #redpilled #goyimknow to explain to them how foolish they look, using an image of a black man offering drugs as their allegory for discovering Adolf Hitler.  Just call me helpful.

Translation: *cringe*

a conversation I once with an old Jew about the worst humiliation to Hitler being entomoid neo-Nazis.

For my troubles, I was treated to a bouquet of racial slurs that do not even apply to me; and of course, I was accorded the standard title of JIDF Shill, replete with Le Happy Merchant illustrations to dox my IRL visage.

Maybe I should have simply brought popcorn.  This extinction event is going to be spectacular!

Robots, faster!  PLEASE!
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October 14, 2020, 10:47:56 PM

Well..
That was a ride Shocked

Weird when you see it jump like a Mofo then it goes back to when you came in to the chart.
Then most disappointing feeling to say the least. Embarrassed

old fashioned institutional finance chief manager to trading staff: "you morons! i said 'bye bitcoin', not 'buy bitcoin'!!!"
institutional finance trader: "hold my beer..."
(clicks market sell)

EDITed slightly. I guess it didn't make it more funny, though  Smiley

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October 14, 2020, 11:13:44 PM

buyers remorse Smiley


With BTC I've NEVER had buyers remorse... I HAVE had sellers remorse of BTC however...also had a pretty good ASIC addiction hardware-wise of any flavor...but

that seems to have 'passed' (like a gallstone) so moving on...

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October 14, 2020, 11:24:14 PM

buyers remorse Smiley


With BTC I've NEVER had buyers remorse... I HAVE had sellers remorse of BTC however...also had a pretty good ASIC addiction hardware-wise of any flavor...but

that seems to have 'passed' (like a gallstone) so moving on...

Brad

S9 noise killed my ability to mine at home.
S19 makes my ability to support hosting kind of iffy and not very practical at the current price/output levels.
S17/T17 is probably the last gen I purchased, which is kind of sad.
kudos to @philipma1957 who still going strong in self-hosting, albeit mostly at a solar farm.
I am this close: > < to giving up even at a great hosting. Will continue as long as it makes some sense.
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https://twitter.com/TuurDemeester/status/1316469188156952576
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October 15, 2020, 12:55:48 AM
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buyers remorse Smiley


With BTC I've NEVER had buyers remorse... I HAVE had sellers remorse of BTC however...also had a pretty good ASIC addiction hardware-wise of any flavor...but

that seems to have 'passed' (like a gallstone) so moving on...

Brad

S9 noise killed my ability to mine at home.
S19 makes my ability to support hosting kind of iffy and not very practical at the current price/output levels.
S17/T17 is probably the last gen I purchased, which is kind of sad.
kudos to @philipma1957 who still going strong in self-hosting, albeit mostly at a solar farm.
I am this close: > < to giving up even at a great hosting. Will continue as long as it makes some sense.

This fucking covid-19 has made it really hard to continue mining ⛏.
I shifted gears and now have 10k worth of gpus and 40k worth of asics.
Instead of all asics.
Pretty soon I will be done.
Finding power is a bear 🐻.
We have the place in clifton nj with most of the gear.


we may get a place in pennsylvania but it is far really long drive.
3 1/2 hours each way.
we could load it up with s17pros on vnish firmware it could be viable.

The covid got me and the wife in Jan.-Feb. 2020

 I got better, But the wife had a hidden condition which the covid attacked and made worse.

It then took from march 2020 to july 2020 to get an almost correct diagnosis. which when treating led to finding the true underlying problem. we are now treating her since oct 6th with most likely the right method.

It has been a draining experience. years ago I was sick for five years around 26 to 31 and it was difficult.
This is harder. As the wife and I are 63+64 .

Back to predictable things the price of btc will moon 🌙 very soon or I may just give it all up due to exhaustion.
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October 15, 2020, 02:22:01 AM

You know how many men would love to be in that bear’s position.  Sadly.  Hey, Toxic, are you trying to encourage some dumping of cheap coins for you to snap up?




The bear looks so happy, because he took highly leveraged shorts against Bitcoin.  100x on BitMEX!

After he was sold at a slave market to cover his margin calls, his new owners had plastic surgeons reconfigure his face to be perpetually cheerful.

Though anyway, he always was scientifically confirmed to be a grinning idiot.
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October 15, 2020, 02:31:57 AM


Whaaat?
Hopium^2
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EDIT: nevermind, it is in strange units, just regular hopium, nothing to see here.
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Whaaat?
Hopium^2
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EDIT: nevermind, it is in strange units, just regular hopium, nothing to see here.

Haha got me for a minute too.  Quick math looks reasonable.  The science I am not sure of.
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October 15, 2020, 03:27:26 AM
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re:dumpenings and silly bear domination gifs

No.

Its my belief that bitcoin is still at the beginning of a exponential s-curve adoption phase. I think selling only what is necessary at this point is probably a good idea for most.

Now is the time for accumulation. This is the way.

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October 15, 2020, 03:31:33 AM

In connection with the frequent news about companies that reveal their positions in bitcoins, I have the following observations / speculations. Haters on twitter say that these bitcoins are not bought at once and that the price has not risen, so this news is irrelevant. These are the same haters who said 9 months ago that the halving was priced in. Apparently they were wrong, because the price has risen by more than 50% since the beginning of the year. In the same way, they are wrong in their assumptions that these purchases will not affect the price in the future. Here I believe that the following facts are valid.

These are serious companies with great resources and specialists who have obviously come to the conclusion that bitcoin will go up and at some point will decouple from stocks as it was often in the past. This will give the desired insurance and more companies will invest.

Another interesting fact is that in the last 6 months the balance of spot exchanges has decreased by about 500K bitcoins, which is close to the amount owned by some companies listed in my post above. This trend will obviously continue with further purchases.

The real question here is how much we can expect companies to invest in bitcoin over the next 4-5 years. It is clear that not everyone will buy large quantities at once, so 1-2 month bubbles cannot be expected from there. But according to fidelity, the estimated fiat that will be invested is about $1.3 trillion. A simple calculation shows that this amount at the current price would buy more than 100 million bitcoins, which is impossible of course. Therefore, even only the institutions will move the price to at least 100K, which would correspond to 10 million bitcoins - again more than is actually achievable, because there will be more than 8 million bitcoins that are either lost or not sold below 100K.

So definitely this news is very important and we should be happy. And be patient. The decline in bitcoins on spot exchanges is only a sign (but a definite one) of an impending price increase. The real rise can be postponed for several months, at most 2 years, if there are violent manipulations through the derivatives. However, as the pathetic troll proudcon would say, mathematics and science prove that with such an investment the price will become at least 100K in the coming years. And if we add the natural retail growth which will be enough by itself to push the price above 100K, we can expect a peak well above 100K.

#confirmedbymathandscience  Wink


I agree with everything that you say, Ivomm spiritually and tonally.... except, I quibble a bit with the way that you say the above part of your post that I bolded:
>>>>>>>>"and at some point will decouple from stocks as it was often in the past"<<<<<<

Sure, technically you are correct that we have short-term fewlings of correlation - but what real peeps that matter gives any fucks?... such short-term correlation is hardly even worth mentioning, even if it is technically correct because it is largely irrelevant, too...  AmInotkoreck?



In essence, bitcoin is not correlated to any other assets including equities, gold or anything else - even if some of us might want to have fewlings that it is.

NONSENSE>... ...   believe such actual correlation at the peril of ur lil selfie.!!!!!     Angry Angry Angry Angry


 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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October 15, 2020, 04:44:11 AM

buyers remorse Smiley


With BTC I've NEVER had buyers remorse... I HAVE had sellers remorse of BTC however...also had a pretty good ASIC addiction hardware-wise of any flavor...but

that seems to have 'passed' (like a gallstone) so moving on...

Brad

S9 noise killed my ability to mine at home.
S19 makes my ability to support hosting kind of iffy and not very practical at the current price/output levels.
S17/T17 is probably the last gen I purchased, which is kind of sad.
kudos to @philipma1957 who still going strong in self-hosting, albeit mostly at a solar farm.
I am this close: > < to giving up even at a great hosting. Will continue as long as it makes some sense.

This fucking covid-19 has made it really hard to continue mining ⛏.
I shifted gears and now have 10k worth of gpus and 40k worth of asics.
Instead of all asics.
Pretty soon I will be done.
Finding power is a bear 🐻.
We have the place in clifton nj with most of the gear.


we may get a place in pennsylvania but it is far really long drive.
3 1/2 hours each way.
we could load it up with s17pros on vnish firmware it could be viable.

The covid got me and the wife in Jan.-Feb. 2020

 I got better, But the wife had a hidden condition which the covid attacked and made worse.

It then took from march 2020 to july 2020 to get an almost correct diagnosis. which when treating led to finding the true underlying problem. we are now treating her since oct 6th with most likely the right method.

It has been a draining experience. years ago I was sick for five years around 26 to 31 and it was difficult.
This is harder. As the wife and I are 63+64 .

Back to predictable things the price of btc will moon 🌙 very soon or I may just give it all up due to exhaustion.

Sorry about the Covid issues with you and your wife, and regarding mining, there seemed to have had been some expectation that difficulties would go down or stay flat, and it seems to be ongoingly increasing (rather than either flat or down),

https://btc.com/stats/diff?_ga=2.166892222.1079250679.1586286038-48233127.1586286038

and surely that likely continues to create considerable incentives for cheaper and cheaper electricity including likely giving more advantages to those miners who are able to take advantage of larger scale operations (known as economies of scales in economics).  No doubt bullish for bitcoin to continue to have so much ongoing attention on (and investing into) bitcoin mining, even though smaller operations do seem to continue to get forced out.
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October 15, 2020, 05:00:06 AM
Last edit: October 15, 2020, 05:11:59 AM by tranthidung
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Hi WO gang,

Today I'd present you the visual plots of bitcoin price and percent of difference of transaction fees. For details, please visit the thread. Enjoy!

People are forced to accept higher fees with bitcoin increase or they accepted it from their own sides.

In 2020
  • Median of transaction is $2.3 per kb, with the interquartile range is $1.2 to $4.9.
  • In October: median is $5.1 per kb, with the interquartile range is $3.7 to $7.0. It means most of impatient people are paying more fees (more than 179%) in this month. It is the third highest month in 2020, just behind May and August.
  • Fee (reflects in fee difference) usually increases with bitcoin rises. I guess the reasons can be selling forces are dominantly from people who have available BTC on exchanges with BTC falls (investors hold in this case). In contrast, more investors will accept high fee and move their BTC from personal wallets to exchange wallets to cash out with BTC rises.

In 2020
  • median: Median of fee per kb (in USD) by each date
  • median_y: Median of fee per kb (in USD) for the whole year 2020 so far
  • fee_dif = median - median_y.
  • fee_difpc = (median - median_y)/median*100.
In the plot, the median_y value is presented by a red horizontal line.


Bitcoin price and fee difference (in %)
  • In plots, I used multipliers for fee_difpc variables simply to make more visually comparative.
  • Median: calculated as same as above
  • Median_y: calculated for specific period: 2020 only or from 2019 to 2020.

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