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Question: Highest price we'll see in 2022:
50,000 - 11 (14.9%)
60,000 - 3 (4.1%)
70,000 - 4 (5.4%)
80,000 - 6 (8.1%)
90,000 - 4 (5.4%)
100,000 - 6 (8.1%)
125,000 - 12 (16.2%)
150,000 - 6 (8.1%)
175,000 - 2 (2.7%)
200,000 - 2 (2.7%)
225,000 - 5 (6.8%)
250,000 - 4 (5.4%)
275,000 - 1 (1.4%)
300,000 - 0 (0%)
>300,000 - 8 (10.8%)
Total Voters: 74

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October 13, 2021, 03:48:55 PM
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Now that's the solid point for those who complain about bitcoin Tps and any other speed issues.



You never heard about Lightning Network for sure then and you need to have proper research done before making any wrong assumptions about it.



See how the graphs are moving upward and the funds locked in capacity is surpassing each record on regular intervals.

If you know about it then don't worry about future.You have secured it and if not then rely on shitcoins and fiat and when the inflation oceans will sink your boat with small price surges holes you will not have options to go on Bitcoin Yacht where lambos will be parked.Choose your side.
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October 13, 2021, 04:03:19 PM
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The United States has overtaken China as the leader in #Bitcoin  mining, by hashrate.

Data from Cambridge: https://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/insight/2021/geographic-shift/

https://twitter.com/documentingbtc/status/1448278367640473602?s=21

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October 13, 2021, 04:24:53 PM
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nice idle/clicker game with bitcoin context: http://bitsim.beepboopbitcoin.com/

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Bob's Bivouac
This is Bob's Bivouac.  It is a sort of homeless shelter.  It was created by a bitcoin entrepreneur.  His name isn't Bob.  The Bob in Bob's Bivouac was a person who was murdered over some trading cards for a fantasy game.  The murder was committed by a pair of twins who wanted to steal Bob's fantasy trading cards.  They're not the twins who are investing in bitcoin.

The local authorities have tried to shut down Bob's Bivouac a couple times.  The official reason is something about regulations and health codes.  But everyone here seems to think it has something to do with the govenment hating bitcoin and free enterprise.  Maybe even the government being afraid of those things.

There's a soup kitchen or something like that to the east.  In the centre of the campground is a single bitHut.
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October 13, 2021, 04:30:02 PM
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Question for BobLawBlaw and all of the Wo

I am a 64 year old white straight guy.  If I wear these eyeglasses





and a dungaree jacket with the wording

"I am taking back the rainbow for straight people"

 across the back , am I an a-hole?

I always liked rainbows since I was  kid and now rainbows seem to be gay property.

Not trolling just starting a dialog.

BTW I could write  "rainbows are also for straight people".

Much less aggressive your opinions are welcome

More like: "I am taking back the rainbow for Christians”

Pretty ballsy to be waving the symbol of gods promise not to flood the earth again in his face like that.. Methinks..

ARE you an A-hole just because some people think your are one?
What about the people who thing they are A-holes for using that symbol? Are they all A-holes because some people think they are?

I guess it depends on whose opinions you give a shit about, if any..

Just because McDonalds uses a big 'M' does not mean that everyone else needs to stop using that letter lest they be mistaken for a fast food restaurant.

In the world of business you can have similar logos or even names as other companies as long as the industry is different. The can be a McDonalds wrench manufacturer and they would not have any problem with naming it that.

So there is no reason to "take back" rainbows.
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October 13, 2021, 04:53:23 PM

"Rainbows are for everyone".

 Seems to be best choice for the jacket lettering. Along with the glasses of course Grin
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#Bitcoin  bull market is just chilling.
The party starts when the 200D moving average turns green/yellow....then orange/red! 🚀

https://twitter.com/btc_archive/status/1448291586878623748?s=21
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October 13, 2021, 04:57:37 PM
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So wtf is going on with the bitcoin chart on bitcoinwisdom.io? Looks offline...

bitfinex.com has an exceptionally long 'maintenance window' today (last price poll I have from them is $54708), dunno if this is related.
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October 13, 2021, 04:59:31 PM
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Question for BobLawBlaw and all of the Wo

You are cruising for a date, wearing those glasses, if you get what I am trying to say.
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October 13, 2021, 04:59:51 PM
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More like: "I am taking back the rainbow for Christians”

Pretty ballsy to be waving the symbol of gods promise not to flood the earth again in his face like that.. Methinks..

ARE you an A-hole just because some people think your are one?
What about the people who thing they are A-holes for using that symbol? Are they all A-holes because some people think they are?

I guess it depends on whose opinions you give a shit about, if any..

Taking back the rainbow for stoners



Nobody owns rainbows, they're a natural phenomenon. I do have a particular issue with the way the alphabet people are using it because they originally were using it to promote tolerance but now it's all about exclusion and all sorts of nonsense.
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October 13, 2021, 05:03:09 PM

Looks like Gold prices are finally starting to feel the upward push of inflationary policy. I think our BTC rise so far this month has been more of a self fulfilling prophecy situation. Price going up because everyone is expecting it to go up Oct. through Dec. But now Gold is showing the natural effects of money printer go brrr and we'll start to see BTC accelerate in its uppity climb.

Anyone buying "gold" without holding shiny metal in their grubby paws is in for a shock when they open the vaults.
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October 13, 2021, 05:19:37 PM

Wow William shatner looking good for 90 years old

Amazing
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Question for BobLawBlaw and all of the Wo

You are cruising for a date, wearing those glasses, if you get what I am trying to say.

There in lies my issue.

I am not looking for a date.

I happen to like rainbows and think the glasses look nice.

Maybe I could change the lettering on my jacket

"To sorry I am already taken"  Grin



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Whatever Shatner is taking I want it. 

I would love to look that way in 26 years.

Damn 90 is not far off!
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October 13, 2021, 05:46:00 PM

Captain Kirk about to go to space. Hopefully everything goes well.

Hopefully some day soon we can make a similar journey for less than 0.1 BTC.

Make it so.
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Wow William shatner looking good for 90 years old

Amazing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hnBp7x2QAE

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October 13, 2021, 05:50:52 PM

Haha found this funny article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/adamhartung/2017/08/15/a-bitcoin-is-worth-4000-why-you-probably-should-not-own-one/?sh=40081f113b08

Pay attention to the date it was published (Aug 2017). The conclusion was the best part haha:

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Unless you are a professional trader, or you simply want to gamble, stay away from Bitcoins.  They have no inherent value, because they are a currency which represents value rather than having value themselves.  The Bitcoin currency is not managed by any government agency, nor is it backed by any government.  Bitcoin values are purely dependent upon holders having faith they will continue to have value.  Right now the market looks a lot more like tulip mania than careful investing.

So beware guys, Bitcoin is a bubble.  Grin

Well yeah, we have seen a quite of few articles from that kind of perspective, and it is neither badly written nor irrational, and surely it would have persuaded quite a few people to stay away from bitcoin.. coming from a "credible" source like Forbes magazine.

Even though at the time of the writing of the article (BTC prices were reaching new ATHs of about $4k-ish), many of us already knew that bitcoin was a good investment and there was some then potential that we had been reaching the top of the price peak for that cycle (even I had been thinking and even posting that $3k to $5k could have been the top of that particular cycle... but even I did not continue to pee pare my lil selfie for more UP, just in case.. which seems to have played out for folks like me who had been preparing for UP.. just in case.. and continues to play out well for us preparing for UP, just in case), so the various points made by the author of that article (Adam Hartung) justified the potential of having a conservative allocation into bitcoin of perhaps 1% to 10% of your investment portfolio (if you had been a bitcoin newbie), and sure if you were quite scared, then you would have been targeting a 1%-ish allocation rather than a more aggressive 10% BTC allocation... yet even at the August 2017 time, many of us already would have had enough information to know about getting off of zero.. and surely, the fork wars had not yet been resolved, so there would have also been some uncertainties that would have been raised from that which may have well caused allocation levels that might have been closer to 1% rather than 10%...

But, hey.. time has not been friendly to Adam Hartung and his August 2017 assessments, and perhaps he was feeling like a quasi-genius in late 2018 or even late 2019 (or even the March 2020 liquidity event) he might have been feeling that he may have ended up being redeemed when the BTC prices were correcting to the same $4k-ish prices that had been in existence at the time of his publishing the article, and ultimately, we can now appreciate a decent amount of humor in the Hartung article because even if there remains uncertainty about whether the top of this particular price cycle has been reached (while we are bouncing in the mid to upper $50ks), we do seem as if there are decent odds that we are currently in a similar part of the cycle as we had been in mid-August 2017.. even while there are no guarantees about where we are at, or where we might be going, but we can likely feel some level of security in attempting to describe the significance of the last 4-years, since Adam Hartung wrote that article.. and sure there are still quite a few folks who still do not understand bitcoin, so whether Hartung has changed his tune or not, we are likely going to continue to see folks who prematurely conclude (and even publicly assert) that we are at the top of a cycle (and in the case of Hartung, we saw that he did not even appreciate the significance of the cycles, and he considered the whole damned thing (meaning bitcoin) to be in a bubble.. yeah right.. a bubble with 4 year cycles .. that makes a lot of sense.. and should have been equally apparent 4 years ago when Hartung published that "credible" Forbes article.
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Whatever Shatner is taking I want it. 
I would love to look that way in 26 years.
Damn 90 is not far off!

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I would love to look that way in 26 years.
Damn 90 is not far off!

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