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Is it true that institutional investors are more influential in the market today when there are no more retail traders in the market? because it looks like a special role and according to someone named Michael Safai said that they are now playing chess and even played chess two years ago through crypto trading of more than $1.2 trillion put in through his company.
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What is "crypto trading"?  

Would any of us here be interested in such a thing, if it were to be real?



Is your use of the term "crypto" the same as that other guy's?  See above.

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Bitcoin In December 2017 The price for it is the same and now 19K.What is the point of buying if there are bank deposits, they would bring me a profit. 4 years have passed. For 4 years 50% of investments in banks. Do you write when to sell? Or just buy to sell to others?

Probably you should not buy any bitcoin... especially if you do not understand it.. and furthermore..   Why would you want to buy something that has the same price nearly 5 years afterwards.. (4 years and 10 months to be more exact)?  You should sit this one out, and let other (i.e. moar smarter peeps) invest in this bitcoin thingie-ma-jiggie.


81% of people do not understand what cryptocurrency is.

According to statistics, 8/10 people hear this word combination for the first time. And without knowing it, they miss an opportunity to make a fortune.

But 19% read the CEO of Earnpark and know what IDO, blockchain and P2P are. In doing so, they turn a monthly salary into an annual salary.

It's all here: hot news from Metaverse, crypto tips, guides on NFT, currencies and stocks, in simple and accessible language.
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I don't know what the fuck is crypto, and I am not sure if I want to know what it is.  Fuck that shit.  And fuck shitcoins too while you are at it.  
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@jjg...naah, I am in a good mood today-weather is finally cooperating and I decided to ignore the larger world and be philosophical, but not ignorant, about it.

That said...your 0.31 BTc or 0.63 BTc is not likely to be a 'proper' disclosure either, lol, considering that you are at it since 2013 and had 20 years of investing experience beforehand, allegedly. That's OK, though, you have what you have, mostly "hot" as a pancake, not "moldy", right?

I have conceded to having more than 0.63 BTC, and I might even come of the closet in terms of having more.. that is if things go well.. we have dipped quite a bit for quite a long time... so it would seem that there has been able opportunities for many of us somewhat normies to have accumulated some more BTC during these kinds of times.

Regarding the extent of my moldie keys, I do try to stay somewhat active with a portion of them in order to largely practice what I preach and attempt to speak from the point of view of personal experience with some of these bitcoin-related topics... It is not easy to sometimes attempt to stay active and to learn about some of these matters... I am not really sure..

I have been playing around with some lightning transactions with blue wallet, and sometimes there can be dilemmas in regards to showing other people which wallets to use when trying to also maybe UP some of my own wallet usages including some of the other wallets that I have used historically. even when I am not the greatest of experts.. and have a lot of my own limitations... Maybe it is like the blind leading the blind, and sometimes I lose some of my patience when I am teaching other people when they seem to NOT be trying hard enough.. for example, not even realizing that I was sending a small transaction, and saying to me .. why did my wallet balance go up rather than down? .. after we had already sent like 10 transactions back and forth over several weeks of short training sessions and then I am wondering if I am making any progress with this person... and the person not even seeming to appreciate the reason to keep a back up  and maybe even keeping a second back up in case the first back up gets jeopardized.  It can be complicated putting some of these open source being your own bank transactions into practice, even when the transactions will go smoothly, the person learning should still be making sure to have a back up of their wallet (and maybe even two back ups.. from my point of view.. but that's complicated to convince other people (I don't even consider this person as a complete newbie, either... fuck), it seems)..

Trying to be practical Biodom.. trying to be practical.. even if our senses of "practicality" might diverge from time to time... I mean when you get your 20 million ship with only a fraction of your 20 bitcoins, I hope you are not so made to refuse to invite me... even though in another 10 years, a $20 million ship might end up becoming something similar to that sinking a $3 million party boat... inflation and you will need bitcoin's to appreciate even more if you are either going to sell any of your lil precious or if you might en up getting some kind of a consumer loan against them at that time.. if loans still exist.
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Is it true that institutional investors are more influential in the market today when there are no more retail traders in the market? because it looks like a special role and according to someone named Michael Safai said that they are now playing chess and even played chess two years ago through crypto trading of more than $1.2 trillion put in through his company.
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What is "crypto trading"?  

Would any of us here be interested in such a thing, if it were to be real?

I do not mind using the opportunity of BTC price fluctuation. Though I do not want to sell all of my bitcoin but a very small amount can be sold in a bull run to rebuy more BTC with that same money. If I had to take a small risk to increase my portfolio then why not. It's all about filling your bag with more bitcoin afterward.
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BREAKING: PayPal's new policy authorizes them to take $2,500 from users’ accounts if they promote ‘misinformation’.

“Publication of any messages, content, or materials that, in PayPal’s sole discretion…”

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PayPal is telling its users that they own them and can control what they do or say and this is just a little taste of what CBDC will be like. Big corporations and governments want to control users and citizens completely. But lucky for us there is Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the way.
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I hope that next time when tyranny shows up more people will recognize it quicker... (have my doubts though)  
Never forget when Melbourne, Australia was a Covid Police State. Excessive violence & brutality, all in the name of safety!
https://twitter.com/TheMilkBarTV/status/1578335031126528001

I'm sure that won't happen, because most people still completely obey their masters' orders. The more time passes, maybe someone will realize how stupid it was to create such a panic because of a virus that for most had a mortality rate of around 1% or less. At the same time that the masters of the world were fighting covid, the number of deaths from cancer, heart and stroke, hunger or diseases caused by unclean drinking water is at least x10 of the total number of deaths from the covid virus.

Australia really showed its brutal face, but there were bigger brutalities all over the world, it was just easier to hide them from the world public.
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Observing $19,433 & twiddling my thumbs during an expected, long term boring crab market. I wish bitcoin would break up hard or even in the opposite direction so I can gobble up loads of cheap coins (obviously preference is up).

It’s just, the current price does nothing for any of us. There is no way I am selling a single satoshi at this price. I have bought a big % of what I sold in 2021 back already but I am sitting on a pile of fiat now, unwilling to buy more. It either dumps to make me buy more or I keep that fiat.

So any way yeah, just willing bitcoin to do SOMETHING so I can do something positive Cheesy

Feels like we’ve been stuck between $18,000 & $23,500 for ages. This is not unexpected though, the way it should go if we are repeating past cycles is, one more dump, an awful capitulation to about $12,000 to $14,000 which causes suicidal thoughts & more mindrust’s. Mainstream media says it’s over, everybody thinks we’re going to $0. This is what forms cycle bottoms, could happen between now & mid 2023. Then we start to slowly climb up, maybe reach the halving in mid 2024 at $30,000 to $40,000. Still boring but with a slight upwards trajectory we plod to the end of 2024. 2025 comes & we start to break upwards, memes & green dildos everywhere we see a new ATH. Couple of pullbacks mid 2025 but then we power to over $150,000 by the end of 2025 as the cycle top & then the cycle starts all over again.

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I guess WO Members will be interested in Participating Bitcoin Pumpkin Carving Contest with a few hundred bucks worth of Gift and Bitcoin.
Here is the Legendary Member ChiBitCTy organized [ANN] Bitcointalk Bitcoin Pumpkin Carving Contest.
Contest End Date: Halloween Day, October 31st. You can take a look if you are interested.

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PayPal is telling its users that they own them and can control what they do or say and this is just a little taste of what CBDC will be like. Big corporations and governments want to control users and citizens completely. But lucky for us there is Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the way.

Paypal i don't mind whatever they do  as i don't have access to it for my all survives, and even i don't care about having access to it as i own BTCTC so i don't need anything else,
You switch to improve and there is nothing more perfect then BTC rest of the things are as follow



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The oldest renewable energy facility in the United States was saved by Bitcoin. 

Built in 1897, Mechanicville Hydroelectric Plant could not make a profit and was going to be decommissioned. Bitcoin mining fixed it.






If the turbines were painted orange it might be better because Orange is synonymous with Bitcoin.


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Observing $19,433 & twiddling my thumbs during an expected, long term boring crab market. I wish bitcoin would break up hard or even in the opposite direction so I can gobble up loads of cheap coins (obviously preference is up).

It’s just, the current price does nothing for any of us. There is no way I am selling a single satoshi at this price. I have bought a big % of what I sold in 2021 back already but I am sitting on a pile of fiat now, unwilling to buy more. It either dumps to make me buy more or I keep that fiat.

So any way yeah, just willing bitcoin to do SOMETHING so I can do something positive Cheesy

Feels like we’ve been stuck between $18,000 & $23,500 for ages. This is not unexpected though, the way it should go if we are repeating past cycles is, one more dump, an awful capitulation to about $12,000 to $14,000 which causes suicidal thoughts & more mindrust’s. Mainstream media says it’s over, everybody thinks we’re going to $0. This is what forms cycle bottoms, could happen between now & mid 2023. Then we start to slowly climb up, maybe reach the halving in mid 2024 at $30,000 to $40,000. Still boring but with a slight upwards trajectory we plod to the end of 2024. 2025 comes & we start to break upwards, memes & green dildos everywhere we see a new ATH. Couple of pullbacks mid 2025 but then we power to over $150,000 by the end of 2025 as the cycle top & then the cycle starts all over again.

Are you ready?



I'm still not sure if 17.5K was the first bottom corresponding to 5.8K in 2018, or the second bottom 3.1K in late 2018. Anyway, we should have some dead cat bounces to 30K-ish, or even 40K-ish before the next big bull run. Hopefully the tradition will be kept and we see 100K+ in 2025. Meanwhile, I continue DCAing but very cautiously. I wouldn't risk too much buying right now, since another big crash is quite possible in the next 1-2 years.

Unfortunately for me, I don't have the skills to sell high and buy low, so I actually buy higher than I've sold. I don't gamble of course, I sell only for what I need and plan to do. When I'm done, I use the new salary to replenish my stash albeit buying a bit higher most of the time. Because I don't want to gamble, I buy regularly with my fiat savings ignoring the current price movements.

In general, I'm dissatisfied with my stash, since I missed a lot of opportunities to buy under 1K and sell something above 50K. So, I will have to wait another 2 years at least for prices above 100K to pursue my bigger goals - buying a real estate and installing photovoltaic panels with asic miners. Thus I will not only have the profit from my Bitcoin stash but a regular income which will allow me to quit my job if I want to. But for now, I will not only keep my current job, but I am in the process of getting a second job. Both can be combined easily, since they are not physically demanding. So, if the price is below 50K until 2025, I will probably get closer to the number which is needed for my plans. I have a small reserve, just in case another crash happens, and then for sure I will get to that number.

So, even though I'm not a skilled trader, with the pre-meditated and pre-planned strategy, I am always theoretically in a win-win situation. But in the real life, my emotions can get in the way. I'm not talking about mindrusting during a crash, but rather mindrusting during a pump under 100K. For me, anything under 100K zone is a no go! Any mistake there and I can say good bye to all my plans and fail miserably. So, any gambling is out of question for me!
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