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April 29, 2021, 10:27:21 PM

@XRPMadness
The effect of options on BTC (1d chart). Each circle is the expiration date, last Friday of the month. Line is the trend until those dates. Quite clear.

https://twitter.com/xrpmadness/status/1387836594602790912?s=21





Very good for mining the coin.kind Flat price + Flat difficulty also Good for buy the dip and hodl.

But yeah I see it being done to encourage Doge speculation and the like.

Ever since  you pointed it out I have purchased on the last three dips in the pattern.

I do see a solid break out on May 1 after the futures clear.

Most likely.
I start to 'hate' the futures influence just because they give me a headache.
We are currently below mid Feb price (it was around 57.5 or so).
Basically, a flat with a slight downward tilt. Could be similar to 2013 intermittent "mini-bear" on a smaller movement scale.
65K ATH was not confirmed so far by btc moving below the lower high in Feb.
Of course, a sharp burst toward 70K would alleviate the concerns.
Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm
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What I got most from that post, and still holds true today, for Bitcoin (and most other alts that are forks or have blockchains), payment processors or in this case, you, personally, can verify the "goodness" or "good faith" of a transaction in 10 seconds or less.

It would actually take me about a minute because I'd manually look at 2 different block explorers as well as my own full node. By that time, I'm fairly confident that there will be no double spend and can accept that transaction as almost final and proceed to do whatever it is I need to do.

For everything else, I just wait 1 confirmation and that's as good as it gets. Waiting for an hour (6 confirmations) is kinda pointless if there are no major re-orgs happening at the moment or no announced hard forks.

5 to 10 seconds is enough time for a transaction to get to almost 90% of all nodes, and if there are no double spend attempts by the 11th second after you've seen the tx, if it has a decent enough tx fee (estimate up to 24 hours) then you know it will confirm, just a matter of time.

Would this work for coffee? Maybe. Maybe not. I'm sure we'll just see some other solution for this. This would work for a house I just sold you, because, ... well, I know where you live.
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https://news.yahoo.com/coinbase-debuts-buy-paypal-feature-160012372.html
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April 30, 2021, 12:41:06 AM

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Among your family and friends, who owns Bitcoin?

This is too invasive a question.

May be it is... because we are too much into “when $xxx”
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April 30, 2021, 12:46:52 AM

Bitcoin dominance is down to 48% then what's next?

Dominance to what? Air?
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Bitcorn is a ponzi.  Only losers are getting in on these tulips.

You're forgetting criminals. Are you one by any chance?

... and market manipulators.

 It's really a pyramid scheme for losers and criminals getting in on manipulated markets for tulips, stay away.

Hmmm, you guys not reading the writing on the wall. Tongue

Jesus Christ I'm sick of hearing this!!!

Its a Pyramid Scheme don't you people know the difference?
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April 30, 2021, 01:02:54 AM

Bitcorn is a ponzi.  Only losers are getting in on these tulips.

You're forgetting criminals. Are you one by any chance?

... and market manipulators.

 It's really a pyramid scheme for losers and criminals getting in on manipulated markets for tulips, stay away.

Hmmm, you guys not reading the writing on the wall. Tongue

Jesus Christ I'm sick of hearing this!!!

Its a Pyramid Scheme don't you people know the difference?

look, i dont care, just shutup AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!
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April 30, 2021, 01:30:24 AM

look, i dont care, just shutup AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!

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April 30, 2021, 01:36:30 AM

5 to 10 seconds is enough time for a transaction to get to almost 90% of all nodes, and if there are no double spend attempts by the 11th second after you've seen the tx, if it has a decent enough tx fee (estimate up to 24 hours) then you know it will confirm, just a matter of time.

You might want to check that it's not marked as opt-in rbf too.

https://bitcoincore.org/en/faq/optin_rbf/

(Note that I'm not making any comment on RBF).
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April 30, 2021, 05:05:53 AM

@XRPMadness
The effect of options on BTC (1d chart). Each circle is the expiration date, last Friday of the month. Line is the trend until those dates. Quite clear.

https://twitter.com/xrpmadness/status/1387836594602790912?s=21

Very good for mining the coin.kind Flat price + Flat difficulty also Good for buy the dip and hodl.

But yeah I see it being done to encourage Doge speculation and the like.

Ever since  you pointed it out I have purchased on the last three dips in the pattern.

I do see a solid break out on May 1 after the futures clear.

We (royal of course) can even grant you the whole day of May 1 until 12midnight UTC.. but you do not get any longer than that.

If BTC prices do not go above $70k before midnight UTC on May 1, you were wwwwwwwwwrrrrrrrrrrooooooonnnnnnnnggggggggg.

You can probably notice that I am wishing for you to be correct, though.  #nohomo.

Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm

You should diversify more of your own holdings into shit, if you are so worried about missing out.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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April 30, 2021, 05:18:45 AM

@XRPMadness
The effect of options on BTC (1d chart). Each circle is the expiration date, last Friday of the month. Line is the trend until those dates. Quite clear.

https://twitter.com/xrpmadness/status/1387836594602790912?s=21

Very good for mining the coin.kind Flat price + Flat difficulty also Good for buy the dip and hodl.

But yeah I see it being done to encourage Doge speculation and the like.

Ever since  you pointed it out I have purchased on the last three dips in the pattern.

I do see a solid break out on May 1 after the futures clear.

We (royal of course) can even grant you the whole day of May 1 until 12midnight UTC.. but you do not get any longer than that.

If BTC prices do not go above $70k before midnight UTC on May 1, you were wwwwwwwwwrrrrrrrrrrooooooonnnnnnnnggggggggg.

You can probably notice that I am wishing for you to be correct, though.  #nohomo.

Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm

You should diversify more of your own holdings into shit, if you are so worried about missing out.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I did not ask what to do, I asked (rhetorically, maybe) why we are under-performing.
Do you have an answer? Let's have it, otherwise I am not interested.
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April 30, 2021, 05:30:22 AM

He’s laughing or smiling?

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April 30, 2021, 05:34:35 AM

Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm

You should diversify more of your own holdings into shit, if you are so worried about missing out.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I did not ask what to do, I asked (rhetorically, maybe) why we are under-performing.
Do you have an answer? Let's have it, otherwise I am not interested.

In other words, you are trolling the thread, you shittwat.

In other words:  Get the fuck out of here with your gratuitous passive-aggressive nonsubstantive negging upon dee king daddy, and seeming desire to devolve into off-topic baloney talk of analyzing shitcoins.

Furthermore, do you really believe that the likely to be short-term and not-long-lived beyond 20-50 years of pumpenings of shitcoins really reflects negatively on BTC fundamentals?  

You need to get a grip and not get worked up so easily.. in terms of how much greener the grass seems to be on the other side of the fence blah blah blah.

You might not even understand what bitcoin is, right?  Do you need some basic lessons regarding what bitcoin is and how it is distinguishable from the various shitcoins that you are so ongoingly distracted by?
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Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm

You should diversify more of your own holdings into shit, if you are so worried about missing out.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I did not ask what to do, I asked (rhetorically, maybe) why we are under-performing.
Do you have an answer? Let's have it, otherwise I am not interested.

In other words, you are trolling the thread, you shittwat.

In other words:  Get the fuck out of here with your gratuitous passive-aggressive nonsubstantive negging upon dee king daddy, and seeming desire to devolve into off-topic baloney talk of analyzing shitcoins.

Furthermore, do you really believe that the likely to be short-term and not-long-lived beyond 20-50 years of pumpenings of shitcoins really reflects negatively on BTC fundamentals?  

You need to get a grip and not get worked up so easily.. in terms of how much greener the grass seems to be on the other side of the fence blah blah blah.

You might not even understand what bitcoin is, right?  Do you need some basic lessons regarding what bitcoin is and how it is distinguishable from the various shitcoins that you are so ongoingly distracted by?

So, why we are underperforming right now..and for the last, say, 2-2.5 mo?
It could be nothing or something, I don't know yet. Would like to know the opinions, though.
The rest of the above text is just name-calling bs by a bs artist.
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Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm

You should diversify more of your own holdings into shit, if you are so worried about missing out.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I did not ask what to do, I asked (rhetorically, maybe) why we are under-performing.
Do you have an answer? Let's have it, otherwise I am not interested.

In other words, you are trolling the thread, you shittwat.

In other words:  Get the fuck out of here with your gratuitous passive-aggressive nonsubstantive negging upon dee king daddy, and seeming desire to devolve into off-topic baloney talk of analyzing shitcoins.

Furthermore, do you really believe that the likely to be short-term and not-long-lived beyond 20-50 years of pumpenings of shitcoins really reflects negatively on BTC fundamentals?  

You need to get a grip and not get worked up so easily.. in terms of how much greener the grass seems to be on the other side of the fence blah blah blah.

You might not even understand what bitcoin is, right?  Do you need some basic lessons regarding what bitcoin is and how it is distinguishable from the various shitcoins that you are so ongoingly distracted by?

So, why we are underperforming right now..and for the last, say, 2-2.5 mo?
It could be nothing or something, I don't know yet. Would like to know the opinions, though.
The rest of the above text is just name-calling bs by a bs artist.

I already said.  You are off topic.  Go take your desires for compare/contrast bullshit to some other thread.
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April 30, 2021, 05:55:42 AM
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Although, why the s-t is rallying, yo, and we are stuck in the doldrums? Hmmm

You should diversify more of your own holdings into shit, if you are so worried about missing out.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I did not ask what to do, I asked (rhetorically, maybe) why we are under-performing.
Do you have an answer? Let's have it, otherwise I am not interested.

In other words, you are trolling the thread, you shittwat.

In other words:  Get the fuck out of here with your gratuitous passive-aggressive nonsubstantive negging upon dee king daddy, and seeming desire to devolve into off-topic baloney talk of analyzing shitcoins.

Furthermore, do you really believe that the likely to be short-term and not-long-lived beyond 20-50 years of pumpenings of shitcoins really reflects negatively on BTC fundamentals?  

You need to get a grip and not get worked up so easily.. in terms of how much greener the grass seems to be on the other side of the fence blah blah blah.

You might not even understand what bitcoin is, right?  Do you need some basic lessons regarding what bitcoin is and how it is distinguishable from the various shitcoins that you are so ongoingly distracted by?

So, why we are underperforming right now..and for the last, say, 2-2.5 mo?
It could be nothing or something, I don't know yet. Would like to know the opinions, though.
The rest of the above text is just name-calling bs by a bs artist.

I already said.  You are off topic.  Go take your compare/contrast bullshit to some other thread.

Actually, it could be that name calling is MUCH more off-topic than my meeker mentionings of the actual facts in the original cited text, but I digress.

EDIT: You think that comparison is not important, but at this stage it is. Institutions are driving the market now, not anyone here with a 1-1000 btc.
Institutions do care about alpha and out-performance drives capital in and under-performance drives it out just as well.
Granted, two mo is nothing, but if you believe that one year of this would be inconsequential, let's just say that it won't be.
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[edited out]

Actually, i am pretty sure that name calling is MUCH more off-topic than my meeker mentionings of the actual facts in the original cited text, but I digress.

If you are off topic and trying to compare and contrast shitcoins here, do you think that there is some kind of imperative to be nice about telling you to fuck off.  I was trying to be nice (within my abilities to do so), but you continue to persist to want to talk about shitcoins.
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Actually, i am pretty sure that name calling is MUCH more off-topic than my meeker mentionings of the actual facts in the original cited text, but I digress.

If you are off topic and trying to compare and contrast shitcoins here, do you think that there is some kind of imperative to be nice about telling you to fuck off.  I was trying to be nice (within my abilities to do so), but you continue to persist to want to talk about shitcoins.

I wasn't talking ABOUT any coins, i was saying (in passing) that we are underperforming for 2-2.5mo, which is a statement of fact.
the rest is just your fake rage mixed up with some nonsense.
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Actually, i am pretty sure that name calling is MUCH more off-topic than my meeker mentionings of the actual facts in the original cited text, but I digress.

If you are off topic and trying to compare and contrast shitcoins here, do you think that there is some kind of imperative to be nice about telling you to fuck off.  I was trying to be nice (within my abilities to do so), but you continue to persist to want to talk about shitcoins.

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[edited out]

Actually, i am pretty sure that name calling is MUCH more off-topic than my meeker mentionings of the actual facts in the original cited text, but I digress.

If you are off topic and trying to compare and contrast shitcoins here, do you think that there is some kind of imperative to be nice about telling you to fuck off.  I was trying to be nice (within my abilities to do so), but you continue to persist to want to talk about shitcoins.

I wasn't talking ABOUT any coins, i was saying (in passing) that we are underperforming for 2-2.5mo, which is a statement of fact.
the rest is just your fake rage mixed up with some nonsense.


Under performing? you must be joking... Last time i'd check Bitcoin was 1T market cap. Is the other coins you are talking about 1T market cap or even close to that?

Just because a penny stock goes from 1c to 2c doesn't mean it is out performing stocks in the Dow Jones!...
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