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September 21, 2021, 06:22:33 AM
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Maybe Billy no coiner did... ??

He seems a bit desperate in terms of wanting the BTC price to drop MOAR..

Even though cosmic forces seem to be against him

I would not be surprised. I'm sure that many of those who preach that Bitcoin is going to go much lower when there is a downturn, or even that it will go to 0, are people with confirmation bias: they didn't buy in the past of maybe they bought and sold at a loss (out of panick) and now want the price to go to 0 to tell themselves they were right, instead of thinking about how foolish they were for passing up the opportunity to change their lives.


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September 21, 2021, 06:25:15 AM

Bought $44K.
Waiting my another order $42K and $40K to get filled up...
All my orders are filled up, lucky to bought every dip. 15-20% discount if you buy Bitcoin today, you'll regret in the future.
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September 21, 2021, 06:41:30 AM

I suggest transferring this poll to a board where more regular users hang around however.  Am a bit curious how the results would turn out compared to this poll. 
Regular users are here in WO, outside the forum are non regular user wears rainbow signature which like spamming in order to earn money.
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September 21, 2021, 06:47:52 AM

Pepper Your Angus.

This crash is only just getting started. Sub 30k coming.

HFSP.

A Dip

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What’s new….
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September 21, 2021, 07:28:58 AM
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Who sold at the bottom?

Those who wants to live with deflationary fiat rest of their life.I would say it's better to leave if you cant see it at $44k then you don't deserve it at $100k.

The bottom prices will recover but who sold at them will surely not.
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September 21, 2021, 07:39:24 AM

Who sold at the bottom?

Those who wants to live with deflationary fiat rest of their life.I would say it's better to leave if you cant see it at $44k then you don't deserve it at $100k.

The bottom prices will recover but who sold at them will surely not.
They sold because they fear to see the price will drops.



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September 21, 2021, 07:40:46 AM
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It is always the same in Bitcoinland. What matters in the end is if you have today more bitcoins than yesterday. Why can't people learn?

I doubt that the matter is the same for everyone.

Each person has different circumstances, and should be attempting to figure out his/her own circumstances in respect to bitcoin and how much of a stash to accumulate and then maintain.

Of course, the number of bitcoiners do seem to be growing, so a few years ago, I used to assume that the number of bitcoin HODLers was for sure less than 70 million people, so less than 1% of the world's population.

I have been hearing all kind of estimates that seem to double or triple the previous number, and so for sure, even if we go with the larger number of 210 million people (which would be 3% of the world's population), we are surely going to be arriving at average bitcoin stashes that are pretty damned low, so no way am I opposed to your assertion (becoin) that accumulating bitcoin is a damned great goal, especially for 97% or so of the world's population; however, those of us who have been in bitcoin for a decently long time may well either be overly allocated or have circumstances in which we are surely not harmed by shaving off some of our stash at various points.

If we go by your forum registration date, becoin, we should be able to assess that you are no newbie to bitcoin accumulation, so in that regard, I would not expect you to be feeling any kind of desperate need to accumulate more bitcoin on a daily basis and no matter what the BTC price actions.

And sure, don't get me wrong, nothing wrong with buying BTC on a price dip, and our being down 24% from $53k to $40,193 is no small amount down, and even if we calculate from our ATH ($64,895), we get a correction of around 38%, so sure maybe pick up some more sats, but would it not really be optional to pick up sats or not when your BTC holdings should be presumably already in decent profits... perhaps?  perhaps?

If your average cost per coin happens to be $100, then maybe it would not matter if you are selling or shaving off some coin at 650x profits versus 470x profits or some lower amount of profits - even 286x profits when our BTC prices got down to $28,600.   I even have those kinds of feelings when I am using my average cost per BTC to be around $1k per coin, so the profit levels will be greater for guys (and gal) who happen to have lower costs per coin. 

Now if you happen to be like one of our regular WO members here who ONLY bought 20 BTC back in 2011 and you have been sitting on your stash the whole time and not sufficiently increasing it, then yeah, you might be in a situation where you should have bought more BTC along the way, even if it were to have brought up your cost per BTC and you would still be needing to feel urgency in buying on these dip levels and on a personal level needing to accumulate more BTC.

Even withe some one like me, I have spread my buy /sell intervals (and my spreads too) out quite a bit over the years, but my buy orders are still triggering - even though it takes greater percentages of BTC price moves for my buy orders to trigger.
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September 21, 2021, 07:54:04 AM
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This is new.

https://bitcointv.com/videos/overview


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September 21, 2021, 08:21:09 AM

Bought $44K.
Waiting my another order $42K and $40K to get filled up...
All my orders are filled up, lucky to bought every dip. 15-20% discount if you buy Bitcoin today, you'll regret in the future.

Well, hopefully for you if we have reached the bottom, and surely buying on dips can be quite helpful, even though it can still take quite a bit of time to confirm that the BTC price is going up and the bottom is in for that particular correction cycle.
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September 21, 2021, 08:39:15 AM

Congratulations Canada. Top job.

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September 21, 2021, 09:32:29 AM
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Awesome movie imo

i was thinking more of the game i use to play in the 90's....

I was able to pass the game in all scenarios and campaigns normally, then decided to try and see what I could do to make it simpler. First it was easy to change the starting spice to a negative number, effectively giving you 65k spice at the start. Second, I was able to edit the dropship to drop anything I wanted, including the big tanks, devastators, and even ornithopters.

At one point I didn't bother killing the other race or enemy, I just started hunting for worms and killing them. They could not be killed, but if you damaged them enough they would disappear.

Never played the Dune 2k version, just the old MS DOS one.

Now thinking about it more.. It was Dune II, wasn't too sure if we had trainers by then or if we manually hex editors the game like we did with SimCity to get billions in cash! Wow!.. long time ago man! Still remember some of the memorable quotes...

Duke Nukem 3D: Kick ass and Chew Bubble Gum - was my favorite...

For those fans of the dune games here is a great 3-part overview of the saga (by one of my favourite bloggers) and why Dune 1 and Dune 2 came out at the same time and are very different beasts. Both absolutely fantastic mind you. In fact, I still play them regularly today.

https://www.filfre.net/2018/11/controlling-the-spice-part-1-dune-on-page-and-screen/

https://www.filfre.net/2018/11/controlling-the-spice-part-2-cryos-dune/

https://www.filfre.net/2018/12/controlling-the-spice-part-3-westwoods-dune/

Regarding the movies, I have only seen the David Lynch version, which was pretty panned by the critics but I liked it still. Haven't seen the new one yet, but the best are the mini-series, I highly recommend them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Herbert%27s_Dune

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Herbert%27s_Children_of_Dune

And Duke 3d is awesome, his famous line is of course paraphrased from the fantastic movie (and a very relevant narrative these days) They Live directed by John Carpenter. I highly recommend that too.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/They_Live
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September 21, 2021, 10:18:34 AM
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$11000 in one hour  Wink

Excuse me for quoting myself but how time flies

$44000 in one hour  Grin
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The next full moon will occur on Monday, Sept. 20 at 7:55 p.m. EDT (23:55 UTC), but the moon will appear full the night before and after its peak to the casual stargazer. September's full moon will be the Harvest Moon of 2021, though it is sometimes known as the Corn Moon and has many other nicknames by different cultures.
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