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Question: When will BTC get back above $70K:
7/14 - 0 (0%)
7/21 - 1 (2.1%)
7/28 - 7 (14.6%)
8/4 - 8 (16.7%)
8/11 - 5 (10.4%)
8/18 - 1 (2.1%)
8/25 - 2 (4.2%)
After August - 24 (50%)
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Fill this suitcase full of bitcoins that you will feel in the bullish times later. Bitcoin is the Bold Choice, No individual, company, or government can hack #Bitcoin . Consider a #Bitcoin Strategy #Bitcoin is Champion. Have #Bitcoin, Will Travel to any place you like.
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Aren't you going to feel a wee bit of a fraidie kitty to be lugging around so many cornz in such a ostentatious (blingy) kind of a transport vehicle?
 Asking for a friend, since I don't have enough cornz to fill up such a beautiful package.
A few days ago I filled the corn, I put it in my suitcase or wallet, sir, I really enjoyed the corn, sir, cheers 💪💪

I remain somewhat concerned for people who might be going "full cornz," since it has been my sense that any kind of transition from various fiat-based systems to the cornz "as a standard" could take 50 to 200 years or more, and many of us likely do not even have 50 year investment time-horizons, even if we might talk a BIG game in terms of the way that we invest, there are a lot of things that could happen in 50 years, even if we have enough youthful capital to be able to make plans that far out.

So part of my point remains that balance and personally tailorizing tends to be ongoingly needed when it comes to dealing with dee cornz.... and for sure, it seems that a lot of us who have some cornz exposure are way better off than those many (and overwhelmingly large segment of the population of) normies who have failed refused to take action to either learn about bitcoin or to get some in case it takes off (get some exposure).

So yeah, having some exposure is likely better than having no exposure, but then I sometimes wonder how damaging "over-exposure" might be for those who might be engaging in various behaviors (and actions) that seem to be overexposure to dee cornz.

In the last year or so, we saw a lot of folks who got very reckt (if not completely reckt) with what they thought was their various overexposure to cornz and even their not actually knowing that they were not holding much if any cornz (in some of the reckt cases), and sometimes not really knowing how to identify what is cornz and what is fake cornz... so maybe in that sense, if you lug around a bitcoin transportation device that is specifically labeled as such, then you may well know and realize that you are lugging around actual cornz rather than imitation cornz.

Going by your forum registration date Gaza13, it appears that you have only around 6 months registered on the forum, and surely some folks proclaim that it takes a while to really become familiar with what is going on with bitcoin - including perhaps taking a full cycle to really start to combine (or show the combination) of words and actions, and to maybe demonstrate that you have practices that are somewhat sustainable and sufficiently durable to make it through decently long periods of time that many times I suggest that starting out with a 4-10 year or more investment timeline is a good start, and surely the longer that we are into bitcoin, including perhaps a need to go through a couple of cycles really starts to show that we might have had developed more resilience and longevity in terms of our bitcoin journey.. and surely there could be some folks who really might start in bitcoin without any other investments and it could take those folks 20-40 years to really get to some variation of fuck you status that involves bitcoin within the package of goods (and part of the longer term investment portfolio)...

and probably the learning how to live with bitcoin does not really end, even if some folks might pass through the various stages of BTC accumulation, maintenance and even liquidation more quickly than others, in part depending on personal details and/or resources brought to the table - as well as other personal financial and psychological factors.

I doubt that the journey is the same for very many of us, even though surely some of our BTC paths seems to share more characteristics to other members.. yet some members are going to have a lot of changes in their own bitcoin perspectives along the way, and seems like some of them do not make it as well as others even though it does seem that the cards are stacked in favor or the bitcoiner who is ready, willing and able to learn along the way.. and much of the learning along the way seems to be figuring out better ways to make sure that s/he stacks, hodls and accumulates BTC.. and so long as any errors are biased towards stacking, hodling and accumulating BTC, then the rest of the possible errors along the way matters may well end up working themselves out.
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what are the odds of success ?

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I do enjoy Lina Seiche's cartoons.  Some of them are quite funny and it's clear she is current with the issues.  Is she still with that nerdy guy who sued everyone who made fun of him for being a nerd?  LOL

Anyway, I think the drop we've seen this week was due to people selling in order to pay their taxes at the last minute.  That's just how people operate.  Smiley  I assume not everyone lost money last year.  It seems like we've moved passed that and are back headed upwards again. 

I also should mention that if you missed the grilling of a trembling Gary Gensler then you need to look up that video immediately.
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Fill this suitcase full of bitcoins that you will feel in the bullish times later
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Apparently Michael Saylor likes to post AI generated bitcoin images as they are plastered all over his
Instagrime and Twatter accounts….

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We need a new poll.

I'm curious what people think the price will be by these dates:

6/15/2023

9/15/2023

12/28/2023
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We need a new poll.

I'm curious what people think the price will be by these dates:

6/15/2023

9/15/2023

12/28/2023

This is what it should be by 2035.

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We need a new poll.
I'm curious what people think the price will be by these dates:
6/15/2023

9/15/2023

12/28/2023
This is what it should be by 2035.


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Haha I like this AI trash Cheesy
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I also should mention that if you missed the grilling of a trembling Gary Gensler then you need to look up that video immediately.

Here's the Q&A between McHenry and Gensler (linked at its beginning)
https://youtu.be/A9yAdi8Knzg?t=470
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I also should mention that if you missed the grilling of a trembling Gary Gensler then you need to look up that video immediately.

Here's the Q&A between McHenry and Gensler (linked at its beginning)
https://youtu.be/A9yAdi8Knzg?t=470
Great show!

It has been many years, and Gary is still not sure whether Ethereum should be classified as a security or a commodity.  Shocked
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“less than 70% government-funded”

Government consists of politicians and civil "servants". Do you think they reach into their wallets or bank accounts to fund anything?

It's the taxpayer who does all the funding.

Hopefully, it's common sense in the WO that government funds are received extorted from the people in some way or another.




I also should mention that if you missed the grilling of a trembling Gary Gensler then you need to look up that video immediately.

Here's the Q&A between McHenry and Gensler (linked at its beginning)
https://youtu.be/A9yAdi8Knzg?t=470
Great show!

It has been many years, and Gary is still not sure whether Ethereum should be classified as a security or a commodity.  Shocked


I think he's absolutely sure that meth is a security.  Anyone can see that it is a security (roadmap, staking, pre-sale, devs deciding,  etc).

I guess he's afraid to pull the plug and take the blame.  He knows there is a lot of money involved and maybe he wants to get a clear signal by tptb (his handlers) first...
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Nice little erection.

some would say:   "it's not the size that matters..."  

......yeah, sure Roll Eyes Grin

The maintainability of it is far more important than the size.

An epic 10 that fails to maintain its self is a classic flash in the pan story.

that depends on the user...  some would rather experience a 10 once than a 3 repeatedly...

also maintainability and size can go very well together.  why see them as mutually exclusive?


Your argument is a bit like:   "a reliable slow car is better than a fast one"

I'd say:  "Depends on how fast you wanna drive. And there are reliable fast cars, as well"


 

If maintainability comes first (pun intended)
The 10 is better for those that can fit it.

But if the 10 fails constantly it turns into a pain in the ass. ( that pun was for bob)


You are correct in that a perfectly maintainable three would be a drag.

I was going with the idea that most  adult males fall in the five to seven zone.

Given the choice of same size you have now, but perfectly maintainable always works and delivers the goods if is far better than a ten that fails more than 50%



I'd say it really depends.  There will be some with a 5 who would sacrifice 50% of maintainability, when they can get a 10 to perform with the remaining 50%  Cheesy


Anyways, I think I have missed the actual point...  so let me correct:

A "nice little erection" is, as it says, "nice", but out of my experience I'm certainly happier with a full blown one  Tongue
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