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Question: Price prediction for the May 21 weekly close:
<$20,000 - 7 (8%)
$20,000 - $22,000 - 0 (0%)
$22,000 - $24,000 - 2 (2.3%)
$24,000 - $26,000 - 3 (3.4%)
$26,000 - $28,000 - 7 (8%)
$28,000 - $30,000 - 12 (13.8%)
$30,000 - $32,000 - 20 (23%)
$32,000 - $34,000 - 8 (9.2%)
$34,000 - $36,000 - 6 (6.9%)
$36,000 - $38,000 - 3 (3.4%)
$38,000 - $40,000 - 2 (2.3%)
>$40,000 - 17 (19.5%)
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December 08, 2021, 10:29:13 PM
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I moved just 1 bitcoin onto coinbase a few weeks ago and this morning I got this from HMRC
fucking vultures



Coinbase! Haven't you been listening at all, COINBASE is a fucking FED honeypot..

Jesus when will people learn.



I have Another definition of "JayJuanGee". In my Local Language "JayJuanGee" Means- "WinYoungGhee"  Grin Jay = Win,  Juan = Young, Gee = Ghee, = WinYoungGhee.
I know it doesn't make any sense. But it is what it is. Cheesy

so, just to boil this down to the essentials:

JJG = doesn't make any sense.

got it

ha ha ha.  Grin

I don't expect someone to call him WYG Now.  Grin
He will be mad at me.


JJG is 100% WYSIWYG.



.... However, what other choice do governments have? ...

They have the same choice El Salvador made.



Holy shit that was awesome!!!

A babbling MAximillion!

Fucker got the wrong name!
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December 08, 2021, 10:30:14 PM

For anyone who missed the dip, now is the time to try again. If you pussy out you'll regret it in a few months I reckon.


I swear I can predict the dip by when I am fiat broke!

Never Fails.




Stinking 4 pages to catch up, teach me to go get a tooth done.

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I have Another definition of "JayJuanGee". In my Local Language "JayJuanGee" Means- "WinYoungGhee"  Grin Jay = Win,  Juan = Young, Gee = Ghee, = WinYoungGhee.
I know it doesn't make any sense. But it is what it is. Cheesy

so, just to boil this down to the essentials:

JJG = doesn't make any sense.

got it

hahaha.  Grin

I don't expect someone to call him WYG Now.  Grin
He will be mad at me.


JJG is 100% WYSIWYG.

Knock Knock!!

Secret Special Force of JJG Here. 😈👮‍♂️
Open The Door else you are going to get Fucked up 💣


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.... However, what other choice do governments have? ...

They have the same choice El Salvador made.

Oh, if only that were true. The UK (we began this with a post about UK taxation/HMRC) is at the very heart of the legacy financial system. Remember that the Federal Reserve's modus operandi was based on the Bank of England's. I would love to see the UK accept btc as legal tender. In fact, that would be astonishingly good. But that would be akin to a bitcoin phoenix rising from the flames of a rotten corpse. I suspect UK plc will be one of the very last to embrace btc. We can live in hope though.
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.... However, what other choice do governments have? ...

They have the same choice El Salvador made.

Oh, if only that were true. The UK (we began this with a post about UK taxation/HMRC) is at the very heart of the legacy financial system. Remember that the Federal Reserve's modus operandi was based on the Bank of England's. I would love to see the UK accept btc as legal tender. In fact, that would be astonishingly good. But that would be akin to a bitcoin phoenix rising from the flames of a rotten corpse. I suspect UK plc will be one of the very last to embrace btc. We can live in hope though.

I'm not sure what you mean by the bolded although I have spent zero time researching the Fed as its all obfuscated and hidden from prying eyes.

Maybe you can explain this?

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In 1791, the government granted the First Bank of the United States a charter to operate as the U.S. central bank until 1811.[144] The First Bank of the United States came to an end under President Madison when Congress refused to renew its charter. The Second Bank of the United States was established in 1816, and lost its authority to be the central bank of the U.S. twenty years later under President Jackson when its charter expired. Both banks were based upon the Bank of England.[145] Ultimately, a third national bank, known as the Federal Reserve, was established in 1913 and still exists to this day.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Reserve


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owes much more to the role of strong Chairmen in recent years than to any statutory design.  By contrast, the Bank of England was founded as a private bank. Concerns about
independence played no part in its early history and only came to the fore after it had acquired,
step by step, the responsibilities of a central bank.
https://www2.uwe.ac.uk/faculties/BBS/BUS/Research/Economics13/1311.pdf
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December 08, 2021, 11:47:35 PM
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I post it because you guys know how much the man:


So I felt guilty when I giggled at this:

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December 08, 2021, 11:51:03 PM

So I felt guilty when I giggled at this:

* BobLawblaw grumbles

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5362774.msg58651564#msg58651564
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAYL5H46QnQ

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This song sums it up around here xD
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.... However, what other choice do governments have? ...

They have the same choice El Salvador made.

Oh, if only that were true. The UK (we began this with a post about UK taxation/HMRC) is at the very heart of the legacy financial system. Remember that the Federal Reserve's modus operandi was based on the Bank of England's. I would love to see the UK accept btc as legal tender. In fact, that would be astonishingly good. But that would be akin to a bitcoin phoenix rising from the flames of a rotten corpse. I suspect UK plc will be one of the very last to embrace btc. We can live in hope though.

I'm not sure what you mean by the bolded although I have spent zero time researching the Fed as its all obfuscated and hidden from prying eyes.

Maybe you can explain this?

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In 1791, the government granted the First Bank of the United States a charter to operate as the U.S. central bank until 1811.[144] The First Bank of the United States came to an end under President Madison when Congress refused to renew its charter. The Second Bank of the United States was established in 1816, and lost its authority to be the central bank of the U.S. twenty years later under President Jackson when its charter expired. Both banks were based upon the Bank of England.[145] Ultimately, a third national bank, known as the Federal Reserve, was established in 1913 and still exists to this day.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Reserve


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The Fed’s reputation for policy competence and independence
owes much more to the role of strong Chairmen in recent years than to any statutory design.  By contrast, the Bank of England was founded as a private bank. Concerns about
independence played no part in its early history and only came to the fore after it had acquired,
step by step, the responsibilities of a central bank.
https://www2.uwe.ac.uk/faculties/BBS/BUS/Research/Economics13/1311.pdf

I've had a little too much price-discounted Rioja to respond fully, and it's almost bed time. You're right though - the BoE was founded as a private bank in 1694. The Federal Reserve was also founded by a cartel of private banks in 1913. Both were given, by their respective nation's government, the privilege of issuing bank notes as a means of raising and then lending money to the state.

I apologise, but that's all I can really muster at this stage ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I do agree that it's VERY difficult to do any meaningful research into the Federal Reserve. I wonder why.....

As Henry Ford (may have) said "It is perhaps well enough that the people of the nation do not know or understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning".
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December 09, 2021, 12:55:32 AM
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time to revisit this prediction from page 27069:

Dec 9th 2021 $261k

sigh...  Sad

$261,000 is coming, just not yet. We’ll see it before 2030, I’m pretty certain of that. Might even see it after the next halving so some time in 2025.

You are starting to worry me LFC.



It does not seem like an outrageous scenario for $261k to be "seen" this cycle..... so anytime between the first and 3rd quarters of 2022... If we were not to see $216k by 3rd quarter 2022... then anything less than the $150k to $250k range is going to play out as a very weird cycle.. so Jesus we might need to reassess what is going on exactamente in bitcoinlandia.. .. just seems way too soon in bitcoin's adoption to be smoothing out the ups and downs too much.. and surely if we were to "suffer" from such levels of smoothening out of the violence, it could be that some of the financial tools had been successful in keeping our saviour king daddy down.. and even that seems a bit of a strange way for matters to play out in the coming years...

Don't get me wrong-- I am not wedded to having to have outrageousness or having to have blow-off tops or even financially or psychologically wedded to such things to happen in order to still be in a real great position with my bitcoin.. including my witnessing that the 208-week moving average continues to move up greater than 60% per year.

I am just having some troubles foreseeing the vanishing of such likely ongoing outrageousness, violence, battles and all that goes with the recking and unreckening of betters so early in BTC's life..

Such scenario comes off as  strange.. just would be strange.. at the point where we are at..

We (or maybe just I) would have to rethink BTC.... and sure maybe someone is going to provide a model or yeah maybe the facts in terms of how they play out will help to show what is actually going on in order to help to clarify reasons for what we would be seeing in such a whimpy bitcoin play..

TLDR (for you Hueristic).... the next three quarters are criticaltm.

By the way.. regarding your whimpy-ass way of saying that it would happen by 2025.. sure I am willing to concede that in theory.. but we surely have to figure out how we are getting there.. .. in other words, you just seem to be conceding that bitcoin entering into a disappearance of blow off tops or outrageousness would still allow for it to get up to $261k in the next cycle.... just seems weird getting there like that.. if all of this were to end up playing out in terms of your kind of alternative scenario.. our new BTC... .. who have you been reading?  What have you been smoking?  sorry to get personal.. but I am struggling with the vision a bit... sounds like something dragonvslinux might say. #nohomo
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Hahahahaha

Save the RF.. my good ole buddy. 

A little birdie told me that you had turned bullish on bitcoin recientemente.

How long is that feeling of bullishness going to last?

Don't you have the attention-span of a Mayfly, at best? 
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AFAIR, every image manipulation software i worked with (general reference is imagemagick, tho), uses bitmap representations of compressed image formats to apply manipulation to. This is the reason photoshop and the likes prompt you for setting compression parameters on save of destructively edited JPG files, which is any operation beyond cropping.

Right. But this is on the device, was my understanding?
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Try to avoid JJG's posts and you will be scrolling through the pages in no time... Smiley

Want the same as @Hueristic?
Hold on. My Secret Special Force on the way 🕵️‍♀️

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You leave my BTCiTcoin sausage fest party gay buddy alone!!! JeJeGey is in a committed abusive relationship with just a few of us!!!  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy

Hahahahaha

Save the RF.. my good ole buddy.  

A little birdie told me that you had turned bullish on bitcoin recientemente.

How long is that feeling of bullishness going to last?

Don't you have the attention-span of a Mayfly, at best?  

Everything now under 90K, is a DiP !!! Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

*edit(1): But I would be hesitant to sell anything for fiat... or in exchange for some sh!tcoin without a similar gain or more. Under $250K, I wouldn't touch fiat. Smiley  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

*edit(2):  I'm one of those re-Tards that stays 99.9% of the time in crypto with my 90%+ portfolio. No one should keep more then a year in expenses in fiat as a contingency. Smiley
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