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Is a shitcoiner considered a nocoiner?

I'm trying to save myself from something dumb I may have said.

Short answer..

"yes... a shitcoiner is a nocoiner"

A shitcoin is not bitcoin

you must hold some bitcoin in order to be considered a bitcoiner, even if you might be under stocked in an  adequate quantity of bitcoin, which is another problem that we have in terms of bitcoin HODLers not being adequately stocked and/or prepared for UP.

Edit:  By the way, I am not sure if what you said in that other linked post is dumb or not.. because a lot of the old time shitcoiners do hold decent quantities of bitcoin..  so in that regard they would not be "nocoiners" in the traditional sense of the term "nocoiner" and probably they could be considered as under-allocated in bitcoin or just have their portfolio diversity to have a lot of nonsense in it.. and on a side note, Vitalik's talking shit about bitcoin... but is quite likely not a "no coiner"..    

I don't find any problem to denigrate shitcoiners and to even exaggerate the facts in terms of their not holding bitcoin, whether they do or not... so in that regard, you post is correct to denigrate Vitalik.. while I am becoming a wee bit more nauseous than usual just thinking about the topic of how Vitalik is considered (even considering himself in such light) as some kind of an authority regarding what bitcoin might or might not do.
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Debt is modern form of slavery

Exactly my feeling.
The good thing is that today - you can spot them from a distance.
You know, that solo guy in his car wearing a mask.



I hate to be agreeing with cryptotourist twat... I mean.. that's not name calling is it?   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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Loans are for slaves.
Debt is modern form of slavery

Exactly my feeling.
The good thing is that today - you can spot them from a distance.
You know, that solo guy in his car wearing a mask.



I hate to be agreeing with cryptotourist twat... I mean.. that's not name calling is it?   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Of course not.
Love and hate is a fine line, Mr. not-a-bot-but-a-state-of the-art-AI-flake-G. Kiss

Let's (royal let's of course) stop calling you cryptotourist twat and describe you as a creative twat... that would be much more endearing and even give you some recognition.. not that you deserve it... hahahahaha.. #no homo.

In other words, HODL your bitcoin, you fucks and you twats, but sure if you are quite overallocated in bitcoin, then there is a whole hell of a lot more leeway as compared with someone who might be struggling with small quantities of bitcoin.. I would surely conclude that 20 BTC would be a small amount to be playing around based on current prices (like just looking at the spot price which is dangerous to believe that you reached fuck you status based on spot price).  

Of course, each person has to figure out what quantity of BTC puts him/her at fuck you status... and if that is $1 million valuation $2 million as I had recently asserted as a fair entry level to fuck you status, but I had recently heard that some people are even thinking that $2 million does not serve as an adequate level for entry-level fuck you status.

On the other hand, the location of the 208-week moving average puts you at nearly $17k per coin so that would be having around 117.6 BTC to put a guy in a kind of entry level fuck you status based on the $2 million number.  Anyhow, even if 20 BTC is not currently considered fuck you status level, it surely has decently high chances of serving as an entry level fuck you status in one or two more cycles...  perhaps? perhaps?
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October 17, 2021, 08:24:30 AM

Loans are for slaves.
 Debt is modern form of slavery
Forcing someone to work for you isn't allowed, but paying someone to work for money so he doesn't starve is totally accepted.
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October 17, 2021, 08:49:54 AM

Loans are for slaves.
Debt is modern form of slavery

Forcing someone to work for you isn't allowed, but paying someone to work for money so he doesn't starve is totally accepted.

There's a term for it: wage slavery.
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Loans are for slaves.
Debt is modern form of slavery

Forcing someone to work for you isn't allowed, but paying someone to work for money so he doesn't starve is totally accepted.

There's a term for it: wage slavery.

Wage slavery

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Is a shitcoiner considered a nocoiner?

I'm trying to save myself from something dumb I may have said.

It wasn't dumb IMO. The speaker being an important, famous guy in the cryptocurrency world doesn't make him less of a nocoiner if he holds no btc. Even further, if hypothetically someone held, say, 100$ of shitcoins and 0.5$ of corn, I would stretch the term a bit and call them shit-nocoiners. On the contrary, someone holding 100$ of btc and 0.5 of shitcoins could be called a no-shit coiner.
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October 17, 2021, 10:03:00 AM

Wait for what? Tongue
You guys - parting with your coins for a fiat loan, instead of market selling and market buying back - constitutes the end of BTC as we know it.
Not my cup of tea.

That said, I do hope you get them back.

This is a test of the emergency fiat system. Keep fiat bank account at a minimum, and if an emergency need arises (car repairs, healthcare, etc.), quick loan provides the necessary cash. Minimum exposure to inflation.
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Full disclosure: Took profits @ $61k. Putting it into a joint account for Rick and myself to buy toys and equipment for the ranch, as things start coming online, soon. Feel bad that all the corn I'm selling is going directly into my accounts (feel bad about needing to give Rick my financial login info to reconcile everything for this project...), and putting this batch into the joint account for ranch needs takes a fucktonne of stress off the both of us. Really don't want to draw down on our existing fiat investments to support the ranch. Will consider drawing down on those as needed, after the ranch is built and we're living out there full-time - 10 years ish.

Next sell target set for $75k, then $100k, then we sit back and re-evaluate our lives.

Gotta buy ourselves one of those jacked up monster pickup trucks that are capable of traversing the entire ranch to start... then a tractor... Oh God... it starts...

Sounds like a lot of fucking hard work running this ranch, bro.

I sold some @ $61,400.

Would like to see an ATH next week if i am honest.

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October 17, 2021, 10:19:56 AM

A little game, I’m very curious someone remembers this as well and knows who I’m talking about, my post can be a bit wrong but in bigger lines this is what he was saying kind of.



A remember a post …… written a looong time ago by a member of the WO-thread, a frequent poster, one I not always could say rather he’s a long term believer bull or not….

I do remember the post where he said somewhere half way last bearmarket

This time in a year from now, a lot of WO members will not be active in here anymore or with BTC etc (probably cause he thought we where going way lower as we did and stay there for a long period etc)

I think he suggested a future where BTC was at higher prices like now, but 10-15 years from that post or something…
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Btw there where a few I wanna merit

But 50/50 a 30ste for some

So sorry

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just sold a piece for 60k


Good for you!!! Don't listen to these "BagHoldersForLifeShills!".  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy

Last time it was $63-64K..... I sold as well and bought me some Doge & other dog meme coins.

But I knew last time it had to be a big correction. This time the correction will be max at $52K. If it dips at $54K I think u can safely catch that price, if it doesn't go up now too much or too fast. But to be honest, I don't see it going too much over 70K in October. Maybe next month, but after the correction at $52K < > $55K (depending on how high it goes.).  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

If any of us (the royal us, included) followed your advices and prognostications we would be poor as fuck...

So good thing that your gibberish hardly makes any senses...   doesn't resonate....

hahahahaha

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I did like a 4x on my dog investments in the last 2-3 months. Smiley  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

Bitcoin only did a 2x . Tongue  Cheesy  Cheesy
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Loans are for slaves.
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Forcing someone to work for you isn't allowed, but paying someone to work for money so he doesn't starve is totally accepted.

There's a term for it: wage slavery.

Wage slavery



With wage slavery all races are slaves.
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a nice round of scrabble on sunday would have something now Grin


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I can't see the word HODL anywhere on the board. Tsk, tsk.
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