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We are still early



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also not suggesting that we should not try to treat animals more ethically or that we shouldn't try to preserve nature where it still exists. all this is important but we cannot escape "our" nature - which is to create our own environment globally.

Check this out = David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet

It's on netflix and probably a few other places. He started by saying "we have to fix this, or else." something like that.
Is it good Dabs?

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Want to update monthly log but

it sucks , tried hard but its freaking repetitive.
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Jack Dorsey and Square $SQ just announced they've invested around $50M into Bitcoin

https://twitter.com/stockmktnewz/status/1314189433349038082?s=21


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*SQUARE: CRYPTOCURRENCY AN INSTRUMENT OF ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

*SQUARE INVESTS $50M IN BITCOIN

https://twitter.com/deitaone/status/1314189340726177793?s=21


Press release from Square:

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – October 8, 2020 – Square, Inc. (NYSE: SQ) announced today that it has purchased approximately 4,709 bitcoins at an aggregate purchase price of $50 million. Square believes that cryptocurrency is an instrument of economic empowerment and provides a way for the world to participate in a global monetary system, which aligns with the company’s purpose. The investment represents approximately one percent of Square’s total assets as of the end of the second quarter of 2020.



The MicroStrategy idea is slowly trickling down the Street.
Slowly at start, then all of a sudden!
This does not surprise me anymore (and I guess also others share the same feeling).
Do you know what could probably amaze me? Perhaps Pope Francis switching all the Vatican reserve to Bitcoin.
Yes, that could do it.  Grin
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October 08, 2020, 02:20:04 PM

also not suggesting that we should not try to treat animals more ethically or that we shouldn't try to preserve nature where it still exists. all this is important but we cannot escape "our" nature - which is to create our own environment globally.

Check this out = David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet

It's on netflix and probably a few other places. He started by saying "we have to fix this, or else." something like that.
Is it good Dabs?

I like his kind of documentaries.. He starts also by saying "My name is David Attenborough, I am 93 years old." ... still alive man!
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October 08, 2020, 02:33:00 PM
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Long time no post, market has been boring. Finally it's looking interesting again  Smiley

  • My gut tells me a breakout to the upside is the most likely, due to long-term (Daily/Weekly) bullish factors, as well as fear being relatively low, hash rate remaining high.
  • My logic tells me to stay patient, wait for a confirmed breakout (above $10.95K or below $10.2K), as the continuation pattern suggests continued downside.
  • Statistics tell me that volatility is at an all time low, so the breakout will be significant. Either to buy a breakout or set bids for a dip.

Here's an "educational" style to chart to look at the measured move of the symmetrical triangle. The targets are either $9K or $12K.



Either way, the breakout this week will likely define the price structure (bullish or bearish) for the coming month and quarter (October-December).
I'm always hoping for a break-down personally, to hedge short and then average into a nice dip. Going up already is also fine by me  Wink

Disclaimer: Poster currently has 91% of wealth invested into crypto (75% of which is in Bitcoin). Assume a perma-bull bias.
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October 08, 2020, 02:35:39 PM
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Anyone can generate a bitcoin private key.
No one can generate your bitcoin private key.

https://twitter.com/lopp/status/1313825271712108551?s=21

I hate to correct Lopp, who certainly knows more Bitcoin than I do.  But being a pedant, I must note that due to the way that keys are identified by Hash160, there are 296 (79,228,162,514,264,337,593,543,950,336) different private keys that are authorized to spend any funds sent to a P2PKH/P2WPKH address.  Guessing any one of them would suffice to spend the money.

It does not make a difference in practice, because you still have only a 2160 chance of guessing any key that can spend for a specific address.  2160 is still an astronomically huge number!  Albeit somewhat less astronomically huge than 2256 (the 256 represented in the “Bits” column).

2256 is just such a mind-blowingly incomprehensible-to-humans big number that dividing it by 296 results in... a smaller mind-blowingly big number.

Therefore, yes, your money is safe.
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October 08, 2020, 02:39:13 PM

Quote from: Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil
Supposing that Truth is a woman—what then?

Supposing that Truth is a woman—I will take mythopoetic licence, and name her the ‘ruler of men’ (Ἀνδρoμέδα).  Thus in lieu of a thousand words, this is the picture of exposing Truth to the Internet masses:



Sorry, honey.

* My dick is bigger than a twitlib’s—where “dick” has a subtextual meaning of “supreme mastery of hermeneutics”, and its size is an allegory for my powers of mythological interpretation.
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October 08, 2020, 02:46:20 PM
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We are still early



Jack Dorsey has always been a flag-bearer of bitcoin. So it would still be early to consider that buying bitcoin as reserve is becoming a corporate trend. Morever, he said that purchasing bitcoin was in-line with the company's purpose. Are we going to see Square - Crypto Wallet soon?
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October 08, 2020, 02:50:35 PM

the morning wall report

Thursday morning jam..who doesnt like jam?

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Tapping the top of the pennant...your courtesy flag is aloft sir.
4h



Sideways continuation pattern continues as the 200ssma readies to cross over the $10k barrier.
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$10900 pushing for 11k any minute...













or not, you lazy bastards.
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October 08, 2020, 03:00:36 PM
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Square have written a "whitepaper" on how they purchased their BTC

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We’ve chosen to open source this documentation in order to clearly articulate the process behind
the execution of our purchase as others consider similar moves.

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October 08, 2020, 03:12:57 PM
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also not suggesting that we should not try to treat animals more ethically or that we shouldn't try to preserve nature where it still exists. all this is important but we cannot escape "our" nature - which is to create our own environment globally.

Check this out = David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet

It's on netflix and probably a few other places. He started by saying "we have to fix this, or else." something like that.

I've seen it yesterday, it was breath taking and frightening at the same time a true eye opener. This is a must watch for everyone.

Nature must be protected at all costs for the future of humanity because by protecting it we protect ourselves.

Unfortunately we will continue destroying Earth's biodiversity/deforestation/over fishing-farming/polution and add climate change to the mix it is a recipie for complete disaster ore even extinction. Some previous extintion events took millions of years however the next one may happen in just 100 years. (Paashaas claps his hands)

There are some successes here and there but it might be to late for that, the money system does not allow us to fix it, in fact most problems in this world and our lifestyle is caused by it.

If we fix the fiat system than we'll fix a lot of problems, this is why Bitcoin is so important. Bitcoin is the total package in terms of the redistribution of wealth/power and to restore nature, it is (imo) one of the -if not- the most important invention of oure life-time.
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October 08, 2020, 03:22:55 PM
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Up a little this morning... currently $10920USD/$14444CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

A step in the right direction. Go Bitcoin go.
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Got lucky with Hurricane Delta. It downgraded to category 2 before making landfall and thus caused much less damage than anticipated.

No fatalities nor even any injuries have been reported and all reports are that damage has been minimal... mostly toppled trees and wires in our general area.

It will probably be another couple of days before power and internet are restored and we can find out how we fared. We're keeping our fingers crossed.

What a year!
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October 08, 2020, 03:57:31 PM

Canada's central bank has sold off 1,000+ tons of gold reserves over the past fifty years, buying mainly US dollars, while an ounce of gold has gone from $35 to $1900.

You'll be delighted & flattered to hear these clowns think bitcoiners are not financially literate!




https://twitter.com/saifedean/status/1313842600407969796?s=20

 Well colour me financial illiterati!  Never mind X2, I'm X10

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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Up a little this morning... currently $10920USD/$14444CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

A step in the right direction. Go Bitcoin go.
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Got lucky with Hurricane Delta. It downgraded to category 2 before making landfall and thus caused much less damage than anticipated.

No fatalities nor even any injuries have been reported and all reports are that damage has been minimal... mostly toppled trees and wires in our general area.

It will probably be another couple of days before power and internet are restored and we can find out how we fared. We're keeping our fingers crossed.

What a year!

Well some good news just a 2. Be safe.
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October 08, 2020, 04:05:47 PM

When Decoupling??

Mmmm it will happen
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https://www.bitstamp.net/s/documents/institutional-marketing-insights.pdf

edit:  for some reason that link doesn't work.  you have to use this one
https://www.bitstamp.net/institutional-trading/?utm_source=press_release&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=Bytetree_Report

and give them an email address.

But the report is worth reading.
Check out their Miner's Rolling Inventory (MRI) indicator.
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