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Question: 1/31 Closing Price:
<$30,000 - 18 (31%)
$30,000-$31,000 - 2 (3.4%)
$31,000-$32,000 - 2 (3.4%)
$32,000-$33,000 - 9 (15.5%)
$33,000-$34,000 - 3 (5.2%)
$34,000-$35,000 - 1 (1.7%)
$35,000-$36,000 - 2 (3.4%)
$36,000-$37,000 - 3 (5.2%)
$37,000-$38,000 - 4 (6.9%)
$38,000-$39,000 - 0 (0%)
$39,000-$40,000 - 1 (1.7%)
>$40,000 - 13 (22.4%)
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This is also very funny, while being serious (found further down in your Twitter link) — Enable sound:

https://twitter.com/SwanBitcoin/status/1315742598632538112

Certainly raised a smile...

Edit: It's hard not to be a fan of a guy who simply takes his (listed) company's cash pile of hundreds of millions of dollars and puts it in Bitcoin.

Very true. In fact, had many of us (including myself) put most, if not all, of our fiat in Bitcoin years ago, we would now be orders of magnitude wealthier. You've got to take risks... Smart guy!

Bitcoin Birth was so mysterious. I wonder if we will ever know the genius behind it... But then again, maybe he doesn't want every angry government on earth to Epstein his ass.
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October 13, 2020, 12:36:03 PM
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Good afternoon WO!
Observing @ $11,480

I need some info about how to file a case against a bitcoin thief?

Please read this topic: https://bitcoinvanitygen.com - not samr7 vanitygen
We know the hosting company of the scammer, we know the coin goes to Binance, Cloudflare has his information. With these three leads may be intelligence agency can catch the guy. But how a victim will do it, I mean file a case properly against the scammer?

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As the trillions of dollars on the balance sheets of banks, asset managers, insurance firms, endowments, & family offices begin their migration to the #Bitcoin universe, they will need firms like NYDIG to guide them.  $1 billion down, more to go.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeldelcastillo/2020/10/13/stone-ridge-reveals-115-million-bitcoin-investment-as-part-of-billion-dollar-spin-off/#2f4eba9c9850
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Several of the advisory firm’s founders and senior employees were buying bitcoin at such a rate it became obvious the purchases needed to be looked at more closely by the firm’s auditors. As word got out that Stone Ridge’s staff was personally investing in bitcoin at such a scale the firm’s clients increasingly wanted to express the same thesis.
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October 13, 2020, 01:36:06 PM

BTC consolidating bull mode @$11k+.

HODL together music please:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P4IWqPdCEQ
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October 13, 2020, 02:04:07 PM

Opposite direction... Keep pumping

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October 13, 2020, 02:11:19 PM


This is also very funny, while being serious (found further down in your Twitter link) — Enable sound:

https://twitter.com/SwanBitcoin/status/1315742598632538112

What's really funny (and a bit sobering) is when you listen to him speak about Bitcoin, and then you have that realization of "Oh shit, that's exactly how I sounded 7 years ago."

Soo long ago. Once you get it, you get it. There's no going back.

In fact, had many of us (including myself) put most, if not all, of our fiat in Bitcoin years ago, we would now be orders of magnitude wealthier. You've got to take risks... Smart guy!

I did exactly that. I told no one, for fear of being thought insane. Even I thought I had gone a little crazy.

I have no regrets though, even when I was down 50% in the first few years. Worth it.
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October 13, 2020, 02:12:28 PM

Opposite direction... Keep pumping

Don't worry about it, it's the new ... normal. Grin
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October 13, 2020, 02:19:30 PM

I see that the over-leveraged barts are back.  Angry  Roll Eyes
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October 13, 2020, 02:53:32 PM
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I need some info about how to file a case against a bitcoin thief?
Please read this topic: https://bitcoinvanitygen.com - not samr7 vanitygen
We know the hosting company of the scammer, we know the coin goes to Binance, Cloudflare has his information. With these three leads may be intelligence agency can catch the guy. But how a victim will do it, I mean file a case properly against the scammer?

It all depends on where the scammer is, because if he is in Russia or a similar country, then there is not much help to open a case. Also, if it's not a large sum of money, no one will even blink an eye for such things - not to mention that in some countries the police have no idea what Bitcoin is.

If the information is correct that the minerjones lost as many as 3 BTC on the same site a few years ago and nothing happened, then that scammer is pretty good at hiding tracks. For start, it would be wise to contact Binance and try to freeze funds there (if it’s not too late for that).
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October 13, 2020, 03:01:57 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

I see we're down a little today but still well over $11k... currently $11396USD/$14965CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Minor disappointment. I like it over $15kCAD. Makes calculations easier.

Go Bitcoin go.

Elvis being made in a lab? Yeah that's more plausible.

Same lab as Kurt Cobain and Kanye West? Al Jolson?
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October 13, 2020, 03:03:30 PM

The virus I’m actually interested in is spreading -


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October 13, 2020, 03:09:48 PM

I see that the over-leveraged barts are back.  Angry  Roll Eyes

Yeaaaah...  Degens gonna degen, even if it's risky.

Honestly I would get my money off Bitmex if I had money on there.  I would not want to be playing musical chairs there just now.  Not that they are fundamentally dishonest.  But there is a real risk.

THAT is the kind of head fake bull markets are made of!

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(also, seriously who said Bitmex could be back up and running? Wink )
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October 13, 2020, 03:31:03 PM

Deep State and George Soros are 100% real deal. Should be at the bottom.

Tells you a lot about the author.

Is George Soros financing US politicians ? Yes, like many other billionaires of all sides. That's not a conspiracy theory. The conspiracy is that he's part of the QAnon delirium with pedophilia, satanism etc.

George Soros does not exist.  Mentioning him is like mentioning the Rothschilds, who also never existed and never had any influence whatsoever on international politics (despite it having been commonplace in the Nineteenth Century for Jewish people to boast that it was not Wellington, but Rothschild who had defeated Napoleon).

Because George Soros does not exist, or at least is unmentionable in polite company, it is unmentionable he finances not only “US politicians”, but also a vast international network of crypto-Communist front groups that have nothing to do with Satanism or paedo-pizza.  More like open borders, organized subversion of existing societies, etc., but that’s just crazy talk.

Other nonexistent persons include the Warburgs, Schiff, Morgan, Carnegie, Rockefeller...  And none of this is new.


h/t V8s.  Oh, I was right that Carnegie is in here; he is, of course, the one labelled “Andy”.  Dig into the Carnegie foundations (plural) if you want to investigate a very deep, deeply Red labyrinth.  Soros is a n00b.



Liberalism is a disease of the brain.  One of its symptoms is an inability to comprehend the idea that men who have more money than many national governments could ever use that money to advance long-term agendas that they may find inexpedient to explain to the public.

Deep state, what does that even mean ?

“Deep State” is a term that exists because every generation of children rediscovers the world, and invents new slang to describe what their grandparents could have told them (if their grandparents were not idiots).

An unaccountable entrenched bureaucracy integrated with the military-industrial complex that cuts backroom deals with corporate power brokers, and effectually steers the overt and covert policies of a “democratic” government, is neither a brilliant new discovery, nor a “conspiracy theory”.  It is how modern government works, throughout the West.  Unless anyone wants to suggest that, say, the NSA gives a hoot about whether Trump or Biden is “elected”?



Tells you a lot about the author.

Yes, only crazy people are worried about George Soros—but “we have questions” about those UFOs, and it is “harmless” to believe in alien abductions.

Whoops!  What a way for Miss Richards to rationalize her own superstitions.

It is also telling that Miss Richards categorically labels concerns about George Soros as “antisemitic”.  Especially funny to me—for the first time that I ever heard complaints about Soros, many years ago, it was from some ultra-right-wing Zionist Israeli dude who probably would have been moderately fond of the Kushners.  I disagreed with him about many things—such as his opinion that Germans, Palestinians, and other awful creatures should be exterminated like cockroaches; but he hit the nail on the head with his thundering anti-Soros tirades, at a time long before the Internet collectively noticed that Soros existed.
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This is also very funny, while being serious (found further down in your Twitter link) — Enable sound:

https://twitter.com/SwanBitcoin/status/1315742598632538112

What's really funny (and a bit sobering) is when you listen to him speak about Bitcoin, and then you have that realization of "Oh shit, that's exactly how I sounded 7 years ago."

Soo long ago. Once you get it, you get it. There's no going back.

In fact, had many of us (including myself) put most, if not all, of our fiat in Bitcoin years ago, we would now be orders of magnitude wealthier. You've got to take risks... Smart guy!

I did exactly that. I told no one, for fear of being thought insane. Even I thought I had gone a little crazy.

I have no regrets though, even when I was down 50% in the first few years. Worth it.


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come on boys it's been posted twice now shouldn't we jumping up and down again another company sank 115 million into btc and no one seems to give two shits you'd rather talk about quantum greek jews or something i mean perhaps this is the new normal i don't know but i think it's something
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October 13, 2020, 07:50:49 PM
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come on boys it's been posted twice now shouldn't we jumping up and down again another company sank 115 million into btc and no one seems to give two shits you'd rather talk about quantum greek jews or something i mean perhaps this is the new normal i don't know but i think it's something

Agreed.  And I hope it *IS* the new normal.

This is where I think we are on the bitcoin adoption curve:



The question is will price follow a similar trajectory?

Man, I hope so.
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October 13, 2020, 08:58:52 PM
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Fidelity....mic drop

https://thecryptofeed.net/articles/new-fidelity-report-explains-why-trillions-of-dollars-could-move-into-bitcoin-in-the-coming-years/
https://www.fidelitydigitalassets.com/articles/bitcoin-as-alternative-investment

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With the backdrop of bitcoin as an uncorrelated asset that could have value in a sufficiently diversified portfolio, the new report from Fidelity Digital Assets notes that the potential exists for trillions of dollars of new money to come into the bitcoin market. The report notes bitcoin is a “drop in the bucket” compared to the markets it could potentially disrupt in the coming years.

For example, the report mentions bitcoin’s current market cap at just under $200 million [actually, it is >200 billions, hehe]. By comparison, Fidelity Digital Assets cites the CAIA Association‘s estimate of the alternative investment market at $13.4 trillion in 2018. According to the report, 10% of that money moving into bitcoin would equate to a roughly $1.3 trillion market size increase for the world’s largest crypto asset.

The report from Fidelity Digital Assets also notes that the size of the alternative asset market could increase in the coming years due to a potential decline in the attractiveness of holding bonds.
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October 13, 2020, 10:13:22 PM

come on boys it's been posted twice now shouldn't we jumping up and down again another company sank 115 million into btc and no one seems to give two shits you'd rather talk about quantum greek jews or something i mean perhaps this is the new normal i don't know but i think it's something

Spot on.  Was going to say stuff, but I got beaten to it.  Have a merit instead.
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