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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
2023 - 50 (23.8%)
2024 - 84 (40%)
2025 - 57 (27.1%)
2026 - 4 (1.9%)
2027 - 2 (1%)
After 2027 - 4 (1.9%)
Never - 9 (4.3%)
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December 09, 2022, 08:37:34 PM

Dear fellow forum users,

I wanted to bring to your attention a user by the name of JayJuanGee. In my opinion, this user is excessively wordy and verbose, and it makes it nearly impossible to get to the substance of what they are trying to say. They drone on and on, using way too many words, and it is simply tedious to read through their posts.

In my view, JayJuanGee needs to learn how to be more concise and to the point. Their excessive use of words only serves to obscure their thoughts and make it difficult for others to understand them.

Please, JayJuanGee, try to be more concise in your posts. It will make them more enjoyable to read and will help others to better understand what you are trying to say.

Sincerely,
An annoyed forum user

Save time by skipping JJG's posts.
Works for me.
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December 09, 2022, 08:40:34 PM

Hello fellow Bitcoin "enthusiasts,"

I know that many of you are probably licking your chops at the thought of Bitcoin going on another one of its infamous parabolic runs, but let me tell you, you're all going to be disappointed.

First of all, let's look at the so-called "increased adoption" of Bitcoin by mainstream businesses and organizations. Yes, there are a handful of companies that have started accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment, but let's be real here, how many people are actually using it? The vast majority of transactions are still done using traditional currencies, and until that changes, the demand for Bitcoin is not going to skyrocket.

And even if there was an increase in demand, do you really think that would be enough to cause a parabolic rise in the price of Bitcoin? Please, spare me the "limited supply" argument. Just because there will only ever be 21 million Bitcoin in existence doesn't mean that they are all going to be worth a fortune. In fact, the vast majority of them are probably being hoarded by a select few, and the rest are being traded for pennies on the dollar.

And as for the idea that Bitcoin is a "hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty," give me a break. Do you really think that a decentralized, unregulated digital currency is going to be able to withstand a global economic crisis? It's not even backed by anything of tangible value, and it's completely subject to the whims of the market.

In conclusion, all of you need to stop drinking the Kool-Aid and face reality. Bitcoin is not going to experience a parabolic rise in the early new year, and anyone who thinks otherwise is deluding themselves. So please, for the love of god, stop spamming the forums with your nonsensical ramblings and try to have a little bit of critical thinking.
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Guns don’t kill people, people kill people.

Ukrainian people kill Russian people.  Works for me!
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Hello fellow Bitcoin "enthusiasts,"

I know that many of you are probably licking your chops at the thought of Bitcoin going on another one of its infamous parabolic runs, but let me tell you, you're all going to be disappointed.

First of all, let's look at the so-called "increased adoption" of Bitcoin by mainstream businesses and organizations. Yes, there are a handful of companies that have started accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment, but let's be real here, how many people are actually using it? The vast majority of transactions are still done using traditional currencies, and until that changes, the demand for Bitcoin is not going to skyrocket.

And even if there was an increase in demand, do you really think that would be enough to cause a parabolic rise in the price of Bitcoin? Please, spare me the "limited supply" argument. Just because there will only ever be 21 million Bitcoin in existence doesn't mean that they are all going to be worth a fortune. In fact, the vast majority of them are probably being hoarded by a select few, and the rest are being traded for pennies on the dollar.

And as for the idea that Bitcoin is a "hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty," give me a break. Do you really think that a decentralized, unregulated digital currency is going to be able to withstand a global economic crisis? It's not even backed by anything of tangible value, and it's completely subject to the whims of the market.

In conclusion, all of you need to stop drinking the Kool-Aid and face reality. Bitcoin is not going to experience a parabolic rise in the early new year, and anyone who thinks otherwise is deluding themselves. So please, for the love of god, stop spamming the forums with your nonsensical ramblings and try to have a little bit of critical thinking.


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December 09, 2022, 09:00:54 PM

Hello fellow Bitcoin "enthusiasts,"

I know that many of you are probably licking your chops at the thought of Bitcoin going on another one of its infamous parabolic runs, but let me tell you, you're all going to be disappointed.

First of all, let's look at the so-called "increased adoption" of Bitcoin by mainstream businesses and organizations. Yes, there are a handful of companies that have started accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment, but let's be real here, how many people are actually using it? The vast majority of transactions are still done using traditional currencies, and until that changes, the demand for Bitcoin is not going to skyrocket.

And even if there was an increase in demand, do you really think that would be enough to cause a parabolic rise in the price of Bitcoin? Please, spare me the "limited supply" argument. Just because there will only ever be 21 million Bitcoin in existence doesn't mean that they are all going to be worth a fortune. In fact, the vast majority of them are probably being hoarded by a select few, and the rest are being traded for pennies on the dollar.

And as for the idea that Bitcoin is a "hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty," give me a break. Do you really think that a decentralized, unregulated digital currency is going to be able to withstand a global economic crisis? It's not even backed by anything of tangible value, and it's completely subject to the whims of the market.

In conclusion, all of you need to stop drinking the Kool-Aid and face reality. Bitcoin is not going to experience a parabolic rise in the early new year, and anyone who thinks otherwise is deluding themselves. So please, for the love of god, stop spamming the forums with your nonsensical ramblings and try to have a little bit of critical thinking.


are you now a Proudhon convert?

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Nice buddy do you want a bowl of water or a few dog biscuits.  good boy
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Whoooaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!
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Even if Netherlands loses, that was the biggest F you on the pitch EVER!

Amazing.
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BobLawblaw was supporting Brazil... confirmed!
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buddy keeps my dca nice and smooth.
Next Friday the 16th will make DCA # 7


you are a good boy buddy I have a piece of bacon for you.

going to the mines tomorrow. will put 2x s19pros online.


buddy is helping me dca the s19s these two make 7 of them.
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Even if Netherlands loses, that was the biggest F you on the pitch EVER!

Amazing.

Amazing comeback for sure. lol.
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And that’s when you know that GPT3 is absolutely horseshit.
Doesn’t even qualify, JJG is way more advanced.



Ukrainian people kill Russian people.  Works for me!

I’m sure it does, how charming.
Did you always wish the death of people, or is it something you picked up whilst sucking on Zelensky’s dick?
Don’t even answer that - you brainwashed faggot.



Too bad the UK didn't nuke Argentina 40 years ago. The fuckers would have deserved it.

Why?
Why would the Argentinian people - or any people for that matter - deserve a bomb on their head?
By your reasoning, the UK and the US deserve to be oblitarated.
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produced by ChatGPT?

It's pretty fucking neato, NGL...
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Pepsi….!!!!!!
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Pepsi….!!!!!!


Coke = Moke

Pepsi = Pilk

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nice buddy Just simply a relaxed walk down the path to DCA
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