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Question: July 28 Closing Price:
<$3,000 - 6 (8.2%)
<$8,000 - 4 (5.5%)
$8,001-$8,500 - 2 (2.7%)
$8,501-$9,000 - 1 (1.4%)
$9,001-$9,500 - 11 (15.1%)
$9,501-$10,000 - 5 (6.8%)
$10,001-$10,500 - 7 (9.6%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (17.8%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 6 (8.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 3 (4.1%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 4 (5.5%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 3 (4.1%)
$13,001-$13,500 - 1 (1.4%)
$13,501-$14,000 - 2 (2.7%)
>$14,000 - 2 (2.7%)
>$18,000 - 3 (4.1%)
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This video is hilarious. Roger Ver finds out about Lightning Network: (turn subtitles on)
 
https://www.captiongenerator.com/875482/Roger-Finds-out-about-Lightning-Network#.Wm-H26SJ3do.twitter

"Don't cry, maybe your Ripple will be worth something."  Cheesy
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January 29, 2018, 11:45:36 PM

Anyone use Genesis Trading?

I do. Minimum buy/sell of $75k though.
I like that. That means much more dedicated support for me instead having to wait behind 1,000,000 people with $100 on bitstamp/coinbase.
Like the trollbox filter on btc-e(or whatever it is these days)...keep the peons pushed down says I.
What if its 10 people trying to set up 100,000 accounts instead? Make massive nano accounts...instead of botnet..you have accountbotnet1.0 for market manipulation.

Dont get me wrong here..I think the global awareness of bitcoin and crypto is at ath..and millions of legit accounts are being opened. But a bad actor(s) trying to avoid kyc compliance...well...10,000 $100 accounts...

You get the picture.
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January 29, 2018, 11:49:19 PM

@JebBush
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How Blockchain Can End Poverty Thank you Hernando de Soto, Phil Gramm and Patrick Byrne.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-blockchain-can-end-poverty-1516925459
Two-thirds of the world’s population lacks access to a formal system of property rights.

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January 29, 2018, 11:51:32 PM

Anecdotal evidence: someone normal is still buying


I was at a pool match tonight and as I removed my tinfoil hat to take my turn at the table. A normal working guy was there.


He said "you heard of bitcoin?"

A bit "I lied clumsily"

"I got a 1000 pounds the other day at 7 grand" (I half understood, its probably written clearer than he said it)

"Oh that's nice"

"I might sell it"

"why didn't you sell at 20k then?"

"No I only just brought it, but I might sell it now"

Me launch into a massive for his own good speech about upsides vs downsides, halving's, this is not financial advice but seriously  etc.  Smiley

Conclusion I am rubbish at undercover. Oh yeah and normal people are spending real money somewhere in there.

Heh  
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January 29, 2018, 11:52:35 PM

Anyone use Genesis Trading?

I do. Minimum buy/sell of $75k though.
I like that. That means much more dedicated support for me instead having to wait behind 1,000,000 people with $100 on bitstamp/coinbase.

It’s especially great for sells. Same day wires. First class service.
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January 29, 2018, 11:54:02 PM

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Last year, there were only three red volume months; January, March and September. September dumped because of profit taking after Segwit activated last August 24.

However, Bitcoin quickly recovered and rallied to its peak during the launch of CME Futures last December 18. So basically, January 2018 is a month of profit taking by speculators who bought prior to the CME hype.

This February will define if Bitcoin will continue its uptrend to $33,000 after the January correction.

The monthly chart shows strong support along $10,000 which also a psychological level.

Daily chart
Some bullish traders are expecting a repeat of the fractal patterns made before.

On Balance volume indicates a steady stream of money coming in despite the price decline.

Hopeful bulls are waiting around the 200 day MA ($8,963) to buy in.

Trade setup:

Buy/long the breakup/breakout of the triangle.
Sell/short the breakdown of the triangle.

Buy along the 200 day Moving Average.


Do you have to be a paid member on Trading View to see the 200 day moving average?, because I was wanting to attempt to verify this for myself.  I have heard some folks proclaiming that the 200 day moving average is in the mid $7000s, and so your proclamation of a 200 day moving average to be nearly $9k is surely a better number, from my perspective (because it is higher).  But verification?  How to calculate it?
On a TradingView graph, click on the "Indicators" button at the top. It's the one with the bars and a zigzag line. A menu comes up, Moving Average is one of the possible choices.

After you OK it, your graph has the moving average added. Not sure about the defaults -anyway, if doesn't show the 200-day MA, but some other length, you've got to click on the cog button in the upper left near the new Moving Average label. You can choose 200 (if you're looking at the daily chart), and there it is.

By using your instructions, I think that I have come a little bit further in my use of trading view tools, and I see EMA, but the EMA only goes up to 55 on the daily, but if I show EMA 30 on the weekly, then isn't that almost the same as a 200 day moving average - a 210 day moving average, measured by the week... maybe not exact, but in the ballpark?  Currently the EMA 30 is showing approximately a price of $8,861 on Bitstamp.
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By using your instructions, I think that I have come a little bit further in my use of trading view tools, and I see EMA, but the EMA only goes up to 55 on the daily, but if I show EMA 30 on the weekly, then isn't that almost the same as a 200 day moving average - a 210 day moving average, measured by the week... maybe not exact, but in the ballpark?  Currently the EMA 30 is showing approximately a price of $8,861 on Bitstamp.

EMA is exponential (gives more weight to more recent data). If you want simple moving average choose MA, there you can have 200 days.

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- I feel like I am devolving from BTC price speculation down to random brainstorming regarding energy generation speculation with little to no grounding.    Cry Cry
I am detecting some cognitive dissonance reading thru the last several pages.

What else is new in regards to this thread?



Reminds me of someone.   Cheesy Cheesy

Reminds me of someone.   Cheesy Cheesy
... who's been silent lately.







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January 30, 2018, 12:31:18 AM

This video is hilarious. Roger Ver finds out about Lightning Network: (turn subtitles on)
 
https://www.captiongenerator.com/875482/Roger-Finds-out-about-Lightning-Network#.Wm-H26SJ3do.twitter

Thanks for sharing! That is a good one!

I lol'd at the ripple part
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January 30, 2018, 12:33:36 AM

Yep, and Racist-in-Chief Drumpf just levied a whopping 30% tax on solar.  Sad

Oh, you watch CNN too ?
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sometimes I actually wonder if this whole crypto thing is just one mega giant hoax (bigger than the religion one)
perpetrated on the greed of all of humanity by space aliens...


No need for space aliens. It's the Illuminati.

But are not the Illuminati just a tool for the space aliens?
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I recall that there are some folks researching into ways that they can either use the heat or generate some additional electricity from the mining heat by-product.

I have had some discussions with power station engineers.  The crux of it is that low grade heat (anything that is not hot enough to boil water) is considered a waste product and dumped to the atmosphere.  And these are fancy, high efficiency co-gen plants. 

 So it seems pretty unlikely that they will be able to generate electricity if not producing over 100 C (which I assume not).

My information is about 8 years old so it is possibly out of date.  

The new owner of the old KNC Miner rigs are selling the excess heat to neighboring industries.

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January 30, 2018, 12:50:52 AM

By using your instructions, I think that I have come a little bit further in my use of trading view tools, and I see EMA, but the EMA only goes up to 55 on the daily, but if I show EMA 30 on the weekly, then isn't that almost the same as a 200 day moving average - a 210 day moving average, measured by the week... maybe not exact, but in the ballpark?  Currently the EMA 30 is showing approximately a price of $8,861 on Bitstamp.

EMA is exponential (gives more weight to more recent data). If you want simple moving average choose MA, there you can have 200 days.



I may be doing something wrong... because whenever i try to click on Moving average options,  I get an upgrade to paying member prompting window....

Also, I may be o.k. with the EMA, too, since it seems to be close to the MA, and maybe I could move to a longer time-frame too (such as the EMA 35 - which is currently providing $8241), in order to balance it out?   Or even averaging between $8861 and $8241, would put it around $8550 - good enough for me to become a couch potato BTC TA expert wannabe.
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That's a raccoon, and not a honey badger, but close enough.... let's go recover our food from the picnic food stealing bear(s).
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January 30, 2018, 01:56:48 AM

Yep, and Racist-in-Chief Drumpf just levied a whopping 30% tax on solar.  Sad

Oh, you watch CNN too ?

NOOOOOOOOOOOO!   RT.com

The only news & talk shows not pwned by US corporations.

Boom Bust, Max Keiser. Ed Schultz... & others kicked off CNN, like crazy-@$$ Jesse Ventura who always makes a few good points & zingers.
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Why is btc price falling again? more bad news ?
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January 30, 2018, 02:05:22 AM

trying really hard to NOT bounce off this ascending line here...9800 next?

We break that line, we're testing 8500
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