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Question: When will we see a new ATH? (Credit to: Biodom)
2019 - 14 (9%)
Early 2020 - 33 (21.3%)
Late 2020 - 46 (29.7%)
Early 2021 - 14 (9%)
Late 2021 - 25 (16.1%)
2022 - 4 (2.6%)
2023 - 0 (0%)
2024 - 4 (2.6%)
After 2024 - 3 (1.9%)
Never - 12 (7.7%)
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February 07, 2018, 08:53:41 PM

Struggling to stay in $8,000 again. The fight continues.

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February 07, 2018, 09:02:50 PM

Lol

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/davorcoin/

Another ponzi crypto bites the dust.
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February 07, 2018, 09:03:40 PM

I’m not worried.  Every day above $6k is a good day at the moment. 
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lose: unfind ... loose: untight


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February 07, 2018, 09:13:02 PM
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Huh

I do indeed work in standards as my day gig. However, ones of a very different nature. Without the standards I work on, none of this shit would even start working.

I thought you were too crypto rich to have a day job.


The picnic bear works because he "like it..".

hahahahahhaha


 Roll Eyes

He works for the enemy, the USG.

In his spare time he volunteers for their asset, Ver, and the corresponding chicom asset, Wu.

Your assertion that I work for USG is simultaneously laughable on its face, and truly deserving of ridicule. It is quite apparent you are speaking of things of which you have zero knowledge, despite the fact that the open record in this very venue provides all required to see how truly laughable the assertion be.

What asset is the USG's? You mean the Federal Reserve Note? No. No volunteering on its behalf.

Oh you mean Ver is the USG's asset? First, I find the assertion that Ver be a USG asset ludicrous. You do realize he has at times been denied entry visa, right? Do you assert that as part of his 'plausible cover backstory'? Second, while our visions of the best means to free humanity from fiat slavery seem largely aligned, I certainly do not 'volunteer for Ver'.

And I suppose you mean that Wu is a chicom asset? I really have little direct evidence to say yea or nay here. Never met the man. Nonetheless, I might point out that Bitcoin Segwit is dominated by Wu in any sense that Bitcoin Cash is dominated by Wu. Further, I certainly do not 'volunteer for Wu'.

You should probably keep your vomitous crapulation to yourself. You are only serving to make yourself appear stupid.
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February 07, 2018, 09:16:09 PM
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Take note of something guys, take note.

The trolls and shitcoin shills that plagued this WO thread all last year, posting nearly multiple times per day, are completely gone now.

So what does that tell you? Did they have an agenda for 2017 that had nothing to do with all their shitty talking points?

You bet your ass they did.

They are not innocent zealots (i.e., Satoshi white paper adherers, big blockers, shitcoin lovers, or precious metal enthusiasts).

They are accounts associated with the whale traders, or paid shills, or both.

And when Bitcoin goes on a tear again, they will be back in droves (but likely with brand new account names).
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February 07, 2018, 09:42:09 PM

What are you talking about? It does have replay protection. In fact BTG have different addressing than BTC.

What did you use to claim it?


I used the BTG qt wallet in their website.


Use Coinimi android wallet, it’s really easy to just sweep the private keys to claim your free BTG.
If you had bitcoin’s in those addresses prior to the BTG fork then you already said you have moved your bitcoin’s, so use Coinimi to claim your BTG.


How can i claim the other forks Huh I had iT on a electrum wallet, i cant claim btg beceause kraken doesnt
Support them But now its on ledger nano s....
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February 07, 2018, 09:44:17 PM

Take note of something guys, take note.

The trolls and shitcoin shills that plagued this WO thread all last year, posting nearly multiple times per day, are completely gone now.

So what does that tell you? Did they have an agenda for 2017 that had nothing to do with all their shitty talking points?

You bet your ass they did.

They are not innocent zealots (i.e., Satoshi white paper adherers, big blockers, shitcoin lovers, or precious metal enthusiasts).

They are accounts associated with the whale traders, or paid shills, or both.

And when Bitcoin goes on a tear again, they will be back in droves (but likely with brand new account names).

Right on



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February 07, 2018, 09:50:18 PM
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How can i claim the other forks Huh I had iT on a electrum wallet, i cant claim btg beceause kraken doesnt
Support them But now its on ledger nano s....


I just discovered a better way right now. You use two apps, Bither and Bitpie. In Bither you go to "import private key", write it there, then click on "get fork coins", select the coin you want, the private key, and then it will ask for a Bitpie address to send them. In Bitpie you create a new address, and the forks will already be there, just click on "receive" for each fork (each have a different color), and it will give you an address, then sent the coins from Bither there.

Now the question is where to sell these altcoins for bitcoins. SBTC and BCD have few exchanges, but they are closed for deposits right now.

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@olsm/how-to-claim-bitcoin-diamond-bcd-super-bitcoin-sbtc-and-bitcoin-gold-btg

Move your bitcoin to a new wallet before doing that.
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February 07, 2018, 09:53:51 PM

Lol

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/davorcoin/

Another ponzi crypto bites the dust.

Is that some sort of record? Down from over $160 to $0.06?

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February 07, 2018, 09:58:09 PM

Lol

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/davorcoin/

Another ponzi crypto bites the dust.

Is that some sort of record? Down from over $160 to $0.06?



Haha I’m sure it can go down another 96%.  Not playing that bounce.
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February 07, 2018, 10:04:11 PM

How can i claim the other forks Huh I had iT on a electrum wallet, i cant claim btg beceause kraken doesnt
Support them But now its on ledger nano s....


I just discovered a better way right now. You use two apps, Bither and Bitpie. In Bither you go to "import private key", write it there, then click on "get fork coins", select the coin you want, the private key, and then it will ask for a Bitpie address to send them. In Bitpie you create a new address, and the forks will already be there, just click on "receive" for each fork (each have a different color), and it will give you an address, then sent the coins from Bither there.

Now the question is where to sell these altcoins for bitcoins. SBTC and BCD have few exchanges, but they are closed for deposits right now.

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@olsm/how-to-claim-bitcoin-diamond-bcd-super-bitcoin-sbtc-and-bitcoin-gold-btg

Move your bitcoin to a new wallet before doing that.

I actually managed to sell "BTF" (Bitcoin faith) for pennies using that combo. I was amazed because it's almost non existent - I couldn't find a github repo or block explorer.

When I tried "BTP" the transaction got confirmations but the BTP coins just disappeared. Again no block explorer to work out what happened.

I suspect some of these are trying to do replay attacks - so be very careful. In fact the app now says BTV is doing just that.

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February 07, 2018, 10:23:26 PM
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Fuck, if I had to imagine what a central banker of central bankers would look like it is this guy personified. It can't be real.

Even Fake X looks more real
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Merited by 600watt (1)

Take note of something guys, take note.

The trolls and shitcoin shills that plagued this WO thread all last year, posting nearly multiple times per day, are completely gone now.

So what does that tell you? Did they have an agenda for 2017 that had nothing to do with all their shitty talking points?

You bet your ass they did.

They are not innocent zealots (i.e., Satoshi white paper adherers, big blockers, shitcoin lovers, or precious metal enthusiasts).

They are accounts associated with the whale traders, or paid shills, or both.

And when Bitcoin goes on a tear again, they will be back in droves (but likely with brand new account names).

This is good advice. At first I was amazed at the extraordinary effort they put into talking down Bitcoin. Where on earth do they get the energy to spend all-day, everyday talking about something they dislike so much? Don't have they have a job to go to? It only makes sense if they are paid.

Anyhow I didn't see this posted yet:

https://medium.com/@Austerity_Sucks/bitfinexed-is-a-sensationalist-a-liar-a-fraud-and-an-opportunist-2481e4912e31

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February 07, 2018, 10:28:42 PM

Maybe i’m Kinda curious off Some in here are actually selling / panicselling while writing things about Going to the moon and stuff ??

I did my selling in Dec.

cheers!

don't be so smug, you might regret it in due course.

Don't know why. Didn't sell a significant percentage. And I've actually been buying on net over the last several weeks.

Though my recent absence from WO is because I've been off enjoying my new lambo. Regrets? Life is good.
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February 07, 2018, 10:36:13 PM



Fuck, if I had to imagine what a central banker of central bankers would look like it is this guy personified. It can't be real.

Even Fake X looks more real

He looks like this guy.

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Fuck, if I had to imagine what a central banker of central bankers would look like it is this guy personified. It can't be real.

Even Fake X looks more real

He looks like this guy.



Our little Augustus Gloop is all grown up!
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How can i claim the other forks Huh I had iT on a electrum wallet, i cant claim btg beceause kraken doesnt
Support them But now its on ledger nano s....


I just discovered a better way right now. You use two apps, Bither and Bitpie. In Bither you go to "import private key", write it there, then click on "get fork coins", select the coin you want, the private key, and then it will ask for a Bitpie address to send them. In Bitpie you create a new address, and the forks will already be there, just click on "receive" for each fork (each have a different color), and it will give you an address, then sent the coins from Bither there.

Now the question is where to sell these altcoins for bitcoins. SBTC and BCD have few exchanges, but they are closed for deposits right now.

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@olsm/how-to-claim-bitcoin-diamond-bcd-super-bitcoin-sbtc-and-bitcoin-gold-btg

Move your bitcoin to a new wallet before doing that.


Yea many are saying Some of the forks are scam So How about that?
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February 07, 2018, 10:42:59 PM

Take note of something guys, take note.

The trolls and shitcoin shills that plagued this WO thread all last year, posting nearly multiple times per day, are completely gone now.

So what does that tell you? Did they have an agenda for 2017 that had nothing to do with all their shitty talking points?

You bet your ass they did.

They are not innocent zealots (i.e., Satoshi white paper adherers, big blockers, shitcoin lovers, or precious metal enthusiasts).

They are accounts associated with the whale traders, or paid shills, or both.

And when Bitcoin goes on a tear again, they will be back in droves (but likely with brand new account names).





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February 07, 2018, 10:44:16 PM

Minor quibble: The potential [of Bitcoin] is known. The degree to which that potential will end up being realized, and the timetable, is the unknown.

I have to disagree. We could have never imagined the uses cases the Internet brought to us in the 90's and even early 2k. Even Bitcoin can be considered an extension of the Internet.
It is therefore very hard to judge Bitcoin's potential, especially at this stage.
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