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October 28, 2020, 12:15:31 AM

As always Coinbase is trying it's best to fuck up the bull run. I can recall for 2 crashes - one in Dec 2017 around 17K and in June 2019 at the top 13800. Both server "crashes" resulted in severe damage to the price. Hopefully not this time. A leaked photo of Coinbase server:

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October 28, 2020, 12:46:21 AM

As always Coinbase is trying it's best to fuck up the bull run. I can recall for 2 crashes - one in Dec 2017 around 17K and in June 2019 at the top 13800. Both server "crashes" resulted in severe damage to the price. Hopefully not this time. A leaked photo of Coinbase server:



They may be having a shortage of coin so they turn the server off.
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October 28, 2020, 12:49:20 AM
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The thing that really gets my goat (annoys me): being called "lucky" by the few friends of mine who know that I hold btc, the same friends who I told about btc years ago and who decided to invest.....nothing.

If they could understand (or even care to listen), they would learn that there is nothing lucky about sending most of your net worth to a random bank account in Japan (Mt. Gox) not knowing if you'll ever see it again, hodling through multi-year deep bear markets, watching your net worth collapse before your eyes, knowing that it could be years before recovery. That kind of hodling requires a strength of mind infrequently seen amongst contemporaries, coupled with an understanding of btc fundamentals and a realisation of its potential to disturb global finance.

So, if anyone calls you "lucky" for having bought bitcoin and profited, just smile, knowing inwardly that having come through the great bear markets means you're one of the most resilient of them all, and one of the most deserving. Btc rewards those who stay the course.

Congratulations fellow btc adventurers - our time is just beginning. And don't feel bad about taking a little profit here and there. You deserve it.

Fuck yeah!
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October 28, 2020, 12:57:52 AM

Coinbase Pro trading paused for the last 5 minutes...

looked like it was out for an hour or so?

much professional, very uptime
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October 28, 2020, 01:02:01 AM

Coinbase Pro trading paused for the last 5 minutes...

looked like it was out for an hour or so?

much professional, very uptime

It's technically back up but it's still all fucked up. Balances aren't correct. Orders are going through but the balances are not showing up.
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October 28, 2020, 01:02:54 AM
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Thought you already was a TROLL

LOL true, who am I kidding. I don't need an excuse to troll.

looked like it was out for an hour or so?

much professional, very uptime

Yeah there are at least three 15min candles missing:

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Edited 2020-11-30 to fix a broken image

Still not enough for me to KYC somewhere else, I'll stick with the shit I know.
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We have blurred the crypto addresses (which were Monero, a private cryptocurrency) where readers were supposed to send contributions to unlock the mysterious information that would discredit the president.
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October 28, 2020, 01:19:16 AM






I bought today to make a few of these. Cuz I have a feeling a house will burn down or some kind of flood/earthquake scenario. Smiley #happythoughts


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October 28, 2020, 01:45:57 AM

Coinbase Pro trading paused for the last 5 minutes...

looked like it was out for an hour or so?

much professional, very uptime

It's technically back up but it's still all fucked up. Balances aren't correct. Orders are going through but the balances are not showing up.


Thought you already was a TROLL

LOL true, who am I kidding. I don't need an excuse to troll.

looked like it was out for an hour or so?

much professional, very uptime

Yeah there are at least three 15min candles missing:

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Still not enough for me to KYC somewhere else, I'll stick with the shit I know.


So i see we still have few masochists supporting coinbase
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I mean... just look at it.

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October 28, 2020, 02:49:09 AM

I mean... just look at it.



I am gonna be so proud to tell my grandkids that I bought back in March of 2020.  Heehee.

Hey kids... I told you I posted about you before you were born!!! See it?!??!?
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October 28, 2020, 02:54:17 AM
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So i see we still have few masochists supporting coinbase

It's fine. It's like living with an abusive husband who beats you up when drunk and reports you to the IRS regularly.
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October 28, 2020, 02:57:13 AM

The thing that really gets my goat (annoys me): being called "lucky" by the few friends of mine who know that I hold btc, the same friends who I told about btc years ago and who decided to invest.....nothing.

If they could understand (or even care to listen), they would learn that there is nothing lucky about sending most of your net worth to a random bank account in Japan (Mt. Gox) not knowing if you'll ever see it again, hodling through multi-year deep bear markets, watching your net worth collapse before your eyes, knowing that it could be years before recovery. That kind of hodling requires a strength of mind infrequently seen amongst contemporaries, coupled with an understanding of btc fundamentals and a realisation of its potential to disturb global finance.

So, if anyone calls you "lucky" for having bought bitcoin and profited, just smile, knowing inwardly that having come through the great bear markets means you're one of the most resilient of them all, and one of the most deserving. Btc rewards those who stay the course.

Congratulations fellow btc adventurers - our time is just beginning. And don't feel bad about taking a little profit here and there. You deserve it.

Fuck yeah!


Yes, agreed on all points!  I had bought BTC since about 2014 - 2015 (will have to check and remember this once and for all, LOL), and HEDL until I started trimming as BTC spiked in 2017.  Sold some here, some there.  As low as $9000, highest sales were at $15,000 (all numbers approximate).  One sale around $15,000 was after the tippy-top (which I missed), but that's OK.  Nice profit, properly declared to the IRS and CapGains tax paid.  I still have "enough" BTC to be over 1% of my net.

And I too have heard about how "lucky" I have been.  And part of that is likely true!  But your main point is that we who believed that BTC had a great future.  The 2018 - 2020 bear market was brutal, and tested our patience and resolve.

Also, I will likely trim a bit of my HODLings if we go up more, say, to $15,000 again.  Probably some more at +/-$25k.  More at $40k.  What would I do with the proceeds?  Au & Pt

But I will NEVER sell all my Bitcoin, even if over a $150,000 price...

Finally, fuck yeah!
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The thing that really gets my goat (annoys me): being called "lucky" by the few friends of mine who know that I hold btc, the same friends who I told about btc years ago and who decided to invest.....nothing.

If they could understand (or even care to listen), they would learn that there is nothing lucky about sending most of your net worth to a random bank account in Japan (Mt. Gox) not knowing if you'll ever see it again, hodling through multi-year deep bear markets, watching your net worth collapse before your eyes, knowing that it could be years before recovery. That kind of hodling requires a strength of mind infrequently seen amongst contemporaries, coupled with an understanding of btc fundamentals and a realisation of its potential to disturb global finance.

So, if anyone calls you "lucky" for having bought bitcoin and profited, just smile, knowing inwardly that having come through the great bear markets means you're one of the most resilient of them all, and one of the most deserving. Btc rewards those who stay the course.

Congratulations fellow btc adventurers - our time is just beginning. And don't feel bad about taking a little profit here and there. You deserve it.

Fuck yeah!


Yes, agreed on all points!  I had bought BTC since about 2014 - 2015 (will have to check and remember this once and for all, LOL), and HEDL until I started trimming as BTC spiked in 2017.  Sold some here, some there.  As low as $9000, highest sales were at $15,000 (all numbers approximate).  One sale around $15,000 was after the tippy-top (which I missed), but that's OK.  Nice profit, properly declared to the IRS and CapGains tax paid.  I still have "enough" BTC to be over 1% of my net.

And I too have heard about how "lucky" I have been.  And part of that is likely true!  But your main point is that we who believed that BTC had a great future.  The 2018 - 2020 bear market was brutal, and tested our patience and resolve.

Also, I will likely trim a bit of my HODLings if we go up more, say, to $15,000 again.  Probably some more at +/-$25k.  More at $40k.  What would I do with the proceeds?  Au & Pt

But I will NEVER sell all my Bitcoin, even if over a $150,000 price...

Finally, fuck yeah!

Since i mine and have a constant in stream of coin I am in the middle of a double up hit.

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Latest Block:   654511  (14 minutes ago)
Current Pace:   87.9732%  (1328 / 1509.55 expected, 181.55 behind)
Previous Difficulty:   19298087186262.61                           
Current Difficulty:   19997335994446.11                           

Next Difficulty:   between 17625848198069 and 17872699098145
Next Difficulty Change:   between -11.8590% and -10.6246%


Previous Retarget:   October 17, 2020 at 11:34 AM  (+3.6234%)
Next Retarget (earliest):   Monday at 3:10 AM  (in 5d 4h 59m 34s)
Next Retarget (latest):   Monday at 8:31 AM  (in 5d 10h 20m 33s)
Projected Epoch Length:   between 15d 16h 35m 4s and 15d 21h 56m 4s
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I will earn 10%  more for 2 weeks or more.

and coins are pushing 13,900

I will do a few small sales of btc for bills. and hodl the rest.
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Well, the only way I know how to respond to you, philipma1957 since I don't mine or anything, is to lord it over you (probably) some other way:

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Edit: been waiting for the right opportunity...
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Well, the only way I know how to respond to you, philipma1957 since I don't mine or anything, is to lord it over you (probably) some other way:

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Edit: been waiting for the right opportunity...


My wife was born in 1956

her account here is judypug1956😀
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October 28, 2020, 03:55:21 AM

The thing that really gets my goat (annoys me): being called "lucky" by the few friends of mine who know that I hold btc, the same friends who I told about btc years ago and who decided to invest.....nothing.

If they could understand (or even care to listen), they would learn that there is nothing lucky about sending most of your net worth to a random bank account in Japan (Mt. Gox) not knowing if you'll ever see it again, hodling through multi-year deep bear markets, watching your net worth collapse before your eyes, knowing that it could be years before recovery. That kind of hodling requires a strength of mind infrequently seen amongst contemporaries, coupled with an understanding of btc fundamentals and a realisation of its potential to disturb global finance.

So, if anyone calls you "lucky" for having bought bitcoin and profited, just smile, knowing inwardly that having come through the great bear markets means you're one of the most resilient of them all, and one of the most deserving. Btc rewards those who stay the course.

Congratulations fellow btc adventurers - our time is just beginning. And don't feel bad about taking a little profit here and there. You deserve it.

Fuck yeah!

Someone (Mark Twain?) once said "Sure I'm lucky and the harder I work the luckier I get".

Hodling sure is hard work.
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Meanwhile we're getting tantalizingly close to $13880, our last real resistance before the ATH.

Go Bitcoin go.
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The thing that really gets my goat (annoys me): being called "lucky" by the few friends of mine who know that I hold btc, the same friends who I told about btc years ago and who decided to invest.....nothing.

If they could understand (or even care to listen), they would learn that there is nothing lucky about sending most of your net worth to a random bank account in Japan (Mt. Gox) not knowing if you'll ever see it again, hodling through multi-year deep bear markets, watching your net worth collapse before your eyes, knowing that it could be years before recovery. That kind of hodling requires a strength of mind infrequently seen amongst contemporaries, coupled with an understanding of btc fundamentals and a realisation of its potential to disturb global finance.

So, if anyone calls you "lucky" for having bought bitcoin and profited, just smile, knowing inwardly that having come through the great bear markets means you're one of the most resilient of them all, and one of the most deserving. Btc rewards those who stay the course.

Congratulations fellow btc adventurers - our time is just beginning. And don't feel bad about taking a little profit here and there. You deserve it.

Fuck yeah!

I sold every asset I owned in the summer of 2013 upon discovering Bitcoin. Was elated late 2013 and then lived through the valley of despair that dragged on for years. People made fun of me at that time till even I doubted myself. Comes the peak in 2017 and I just told family/friends that I lost everything due to Bitcoin. It seemed to make them happy...

Last thing I need to hear is that I was lucky. They have no idea.

BTW, they have all seen me out panhandling. Great way to convince everyone you are broke.
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October 28, 2020, 04:36:52 AM

The thing that really gets my goat (annoys me): being called "lucky" by the few friends of mine who know that I hold btc, the same friends who I told about btc years ago and who decided to invest.....nothing.

When something good happens to us it was our skill. When something bad happens to us it was bad luck.

With other people it's the other way around.

It can't have been your skill, dedication, insight and determination that brought you to this point. That would mean you're smarter than them. It was just luck.
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