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October 23, 2021, 12:46:28 PM
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This make me think…. If and when I cash out something, the exchanged BTC must have purpose before selling, like buying something I badly want and can’t cover it with my available FIAT

But keep the FIAT in BTC is keeping wealth safe for when inflation/ hyperinflation comes



Exactly! only selling I will ever do is for an emergency or home. The home is still an asset so that should hedge the inflation somewhat, and the emergency, well sometimes shit happens. But other than that 3 months worth of expenses only in fiat and no more. Any more than that I risk my family's future.

The days of a strong working and middle class (wealth coming from ones labor) are over. The return to strong feudal lords/robber barons (wealth coming from inherited assets, mostly land) is currently in progress. I see this as a kind of reversion to mean as for probably around 99% of human history this has been the case. I am deeply unhappy about this, but, I am thankful that I will at least be in the asset holder class thanks to Bitcoin.

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October 23, 2021, 12:47:44 PM

So... I see that all these Bitcoin ETF launches are by EOY. It's like the SEC is now cramming them all in before Dec 31st.

Hmm...why the rush now SEC? Something happening the first of the new year? Lol sus



How much cash has flowed to these funds so far?

And of course how much will be flowing into them in the next 60 days?
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So... I see that all these Bitcoin ETF launches are by EOY. It's like the SEC is now cramming them all in before Dec 31st.

Hmm...why the rush now SEC? Something happening the first of the new year? Lol



These are all Bitcoin Futures right?

I am all for Institutional Involvement in Bitcoin. Critical Mass etc!

But why the fuck does the SEC allow ETF of Bitcoin Futures and not ETF of Actual/Real Holdings of Bitcoin... blows my mind....

Future really in its basic form is just a gamble on the price movement of Bitcoin. I know some will say it is too hedge etc... but lets face it.. it is what it is.

Now, the SEC will let you Gamble (futures) and  also let you sell some of that action to smaller investors (EFT Futures).... Wow! Talk about running before learning how to crawl...

Anyhow, hope everyone here #BTFD...
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October 23, 2021, 12:58:59 PM

Bought a little of this dip @ roughly $60.700  Cool
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Bought a little of this dip @ roughly $60.700  Cool

I had 6 trades going all the way down, and still missed the bottom by $1,100.00! ran outta fiat! Next time!
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So... I see that all these Bitcoin ETF launches are by EOY. It's like the SEC is now cramming them all in before Dec 31st.

Hmm...why the rush now SEC? Something happening the first of the new year? Lol



These are all Bitcoin Futures right?

I am all for Institutional Involvement in Bitcoin. Critical Mass etc!

But why the fuck does the SEC allow ETF of Bitcoin Futures and not ETF of Actual/Real Holdings of Bitcoin... blows my mind....

Future really in its basic form is just a gamble on the price movement of Bitcoin. I know some will say it is too hedge etc... but lets face it.. it is what it is.

Now, the SEC will let you Gamble (futures) and  also let you sell some of that action to smaller investors (EFT Futures).... Wow! Talk about running before learning how to crawl...

Anyhow, hope everyone here #BTFD...


Simply because there is a US regulated BTC futures product/market - CME Futures.  BTC is not (currently) on any US-regulated exchange and so is not itself regulated. I don’t think any spot BTC ETF will be approved until there is a regulated market for it to trade against.
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Simply because there is a US regulated BTC futures product/market - CME Futures.  BTC is not (currently) on any US-regulated exchange and so is not itself regulated. I don’t think any spot BTC ETF will be approved until there is a regulated market for it to trade against.

Custodial brokers for BTC will be very few...at least until all banks build the required security tech to become custodial themselves.
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October 23, 2021, 02:30:40 PM
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And, on another note, you gave up on the cunt topic?  even after you saw the post-history evidence provided by yours truly?  

hahahahaha

Weak..;


Weak.


I must say..... weak....



We already had this discussion a couple of years ago ....

But of course! link or it didn't happen
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....... because I have too many posts to sort through...

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You don't say...

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Read it and weep!!!!!  Found it buddy.

Right around March 2019 there was quite a few posts on "the topic."  

Look:

wait wat. surely 'cunt' is pejorative in all flavours of English bar some Aussie banter?

It's not just the Aussies but the Brits too. Even some Canucks who wish to project a Brit/Aussie affectation.

The important thing is to never use it with a woman, only men can be called cunts.

Funny. Women can call men pricks but men can't call women cunts.  Roll Eyes

Bad cunt is perjorative.  Good cunt is affectionate.  

You are good Jay. That's some bad ass searching my friend. I'm reading and weeping a river no less.....


I actually proceeded to read the next few pages of posts (March, 2019) because why not? Wow!  Epic comments from awol legends, and some epic douchebaggery too. 
No need to mention any names. Wo bros can be their own judge. You gotta love the legacy wobness factor.... (apologies for bumping my post)

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Two things about this...  I drew the channel at the point of the line.. interesting...

But the really meaty bit?  Look at that recovery from the big dump.  The smart money is doing EVERYTHING THEY CAN to keep this sucker down while they load up.  But the moment we see what is really happening is when we get a dump... they are gobbling it up like a cloud of piranhas.
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Peter Thiel thinks he may have met Satoshi Nakamoto and says he knows where he'd look for the mysterious bitcoin creator

"My sort of theory on Satoshi's identity was that Satoshi was on that beach in Anguilla," Thiel said

The billionaire was speaking at a Miami conference Wednesday, according to Bloomberg.

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/currencies/peter-thiel-satoshi-nakamoto-bitcoin-creator-anguilla-btc-egold-coinbase-2021-10

Why he even cares?
I cannot think of any possible pure motif.

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