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European Bank Ventures into Crypto With Bitcoin (BTC), XRP, Other Digital Assets


Source: https://u.today/european-bank-ventures-into-crypto-with-bitcoin-btc-xrp-other-digital-assets

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I can tell you from direct experience, the first thing about retiring or ending a career that you have to contend with is a loss of identity.

After many decades, a career and a title defines you to both yourself and the people around you. When you retire, you move from "I am an X" to "I was an X". So who am I now? (Of course it doesn't help that your friends and family will treat you differently, treat you like a bum because you are not slaving away at a job anymore like they still are. But that's a different story.)

You are, of course, the same person you were before all the career stuff even began, you just have lost that sense of self.

What helps to make the transition easier is to think of yourself in terms verbs instead of nouns. You are not a title, you are a person who does interesting stuff throughout your life. Instead of "I was a Sr. Project Manager, and now I'm a nothing" you say to yourself "I did project management for a while. Now I do [insert whatever interests or hobbies you have here]."


wut? seriously?

ones identity is tied to work?? 
NO NO NO NO

i always had a life (identity) very separate from work. i didnt socialize with coworkers off work.. well mostly.

im serious. get your real life started.

just retire. period.

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Haven't seen the 4th bear market report (22 pages) by Tuur Demeester shared yet. Worth a read since the previous three reports (2012, 2015, 2019) turned out to be quite prophetic. One conclusion is we are currently in the accumulation phase (price range $22k-$42k) until a new multi-year bull market pushes it well north of $120,000. IMHO it won't take long before all coins in the twenties are permanently sold and we are firmly back into the thirties. Time to HODL, sit back, and enjoy the ride.

https://global-uploads.webflow.com/64146a6197229d65fe665d88/6447db3b49378e26a7154596_position-bitcoin-boom-adamant.pdf
Another conclusion is dollar-cost-averaging sucks vs. lump sum, something the royal we already concluded on the WO.

For those in a hurry the first page with the conclusions:


Thanks for adding this to WO, I really enjoyed reading this and there was definite moments throughout the report where a bit of self congratulation was going on

I didn’t quite get the same feeling in dca’ing Vs lump sum, the topics more stated here are two ways and here is the differences like lump requires more emotional temperament than dca.

JJG the author writes similar to some of your points with probability assignment, while subjective it resonated nonetheless.

Thanks ++ merits
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April 27, 2023, 07:46:46 PM

I can tell you from direct experience, the first thing about retiring or ending a career that you have to contend with is a loss of identity.

After many decades, a career and a title defines you to both yourself and the people around you. When you retire, you move from "I am an X" to "I was an X". So who am I now? (Of course it doesn't help that your friends and family will treat you differently, treat you like a bum because you are not slaving away at a job anymore like they still are. But that's a different story.)

You are, of course, the same person you were before all the career stuff even began, you just have lost that sense of self.

What helps to make the transition easier is to think of yourself in terms verbs instead of nouns. You are not a title, you are a person who does interesting stuff throughout your life. Instead of "I was a Sr. Project Manager, and now I'm a nothing" you say to yourself "I did project management for a while. Now I do [insert whatever interests or hobbies you have here]."


wut? seriously?

ones identity is tied to work??  
NO NO NO NO

i always had a life (identity) very separate from work. i didnt socialize with coworkers off work.. well mostly.

im serious. get your real life started.

just retire. period.



I strongly agree. If you "had a life" before retirement, you won't have problems after.
Identity is tied to who you are, but it can be compensated by what you do (or also: "are", as common misinterpretation).
Social and working life is identifying one's role or status within, but not personally.
Two different pairs of shoes.

People lacking the "who am i"-identity will very likely fall into a hole after (possibly being forced to) giving up their "what-am-i" identity.
Those here who know about my past most likely know that i already had my experiences in these matters.

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Regardless, we're pretty much all fucked, we just don't realize (yet).
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/apr/26/accelerating-ocean-warming-earth-temperatures-climate-crisis
Look at the curves. It's probably nothing.
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Regardless, we're pretty much all fucked, we just don't realize (yet).
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/apr/26/accelerating-ocean-warming-earth-temperatures-climate-crisis
Look at the curves. It's probably nothing.

climate, corona, Ukraine, climate

gotta keep John Doe's mind busy by constantly pushing those crises while stripping him of his freedoms and his money

I take all these "crisis" narratives with a grain of salt to say the least
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Finally covid caught me. Along with me and my dad, who had to be hospitalized because of the severe cough, but without any other complications. We both have 2 vaccines and that definitely contributed to the relatively mild passing of the disease. Unfortunately, dad's other problems, which are cardiac and neurological, cannot be solved in our city.  I hope that soon Bitcoin will increase more so I can buy a house in the city, where I already work and where there are good clinics. But at this stage I can't part with a large chunk of my stash for such a super low price.
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Finally covid caught me. Along with me and my dad, who had to be hospitalized because of the severe cough, but without any other complications. We both have 2 vaccines and that definitely contributed to the relatively mild passing of the disease. Unfortunately, dad's other problems, which are cardiac and neurological, cannot be solved in our city.  I hope that soon Bitcoin will increase more so I can buy a house in the city, where I already work and where there are good clinics. But at this stage I can't part with a large chunk of my stash for such a super low price.

How would you know that without any "control group"?  Also, I wouldn't call being hospitalized relatively mild... but that's just me

Hopefully your dad gets better soon!  Good health is the most important in life.
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<… lots of words about job x and job y….>

Good lord!
Youie-pooie actually have a job on top of posting boatloads of text here??!
When do you ever sleep?
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<… lots of words about job x and job y….>

Good lord!
Youie-pooie actually have a job on top of posting boatloads of text here??!
When do you ever sleep?

Maybe he works in an office like this guy.




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Regardless, we're pretty much all fucked, we just don't realize (yet).
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/apr/26/accelerating-ocean-warming-earth-temperatures-climate-crisis
Look at the curves. It's probably nothing.

climate, corona, Ukraine, climate

gotta keep John Doe's mind busy by constantly pushing those crises while stripping him of his freedoms and his money

I take all these "crisis" narratives with a grain of salt to say the least


Fuck all the crises. It's just a mainstream term, a label. I'm sick of it, too.
"Crisis" is implying that it's possible to solve the situation.
But this is something different. Look at the charts. You know how to read charts, don't you?

Finally covid caught me. Along with me and my dad, who had to be hospitalized because of the severe cough, but without any other complications. We both have 2 vaccines and that definitely contributed to the relatively mild passing of the disease. Unfortunately, dad's other problems, which are cardiac and neurological, cannot be solved in our city.  I hope that soon Bitcoin will increase more so I can buy a house in the city, where I already work and where there are good clinics. But at this stage I can't part with a large chunk of my stash for such a super low price.

Sad to hear. I hope all goes well, bro.
I watched my dad slowly dying in an ICU (not Covid), i wouldn't want you to experience this, too.
Carpe diem.

EDIT: Would you sell if you had to (save your father's life)? Honest question. I think i would.
EDIT2: I wasn't asking to read an answer, but for asking this yourself.
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<snip plagiarism>

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https://twitter.com/MemeingBitcoin/status/1650966036965933058


Bitcoin price action similarities between 2019 and 2023

The conclusion <snipped even more plagiarism>

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