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Question: How would you classify yourself right now? (credit: VB1001)
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February 15, 2018, 10:14:54 PM
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thx Last of the V8s for the game link,
originates in Iran, i am to old for this, but my son and his higly educated team might give it a serious try
stones to communicate , Rosetta, buried owl
might need a new thread
have no smerits
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February 15, 2018, 10:17:52 PM

Back to sub 10k. Time to buy silver? Roll Eyes
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February 15, 2018, 10:18:02 PM

thx V8 for the game link,
originates in Iran, i am to old for this, but my son and his higly educated team might give it a serious try
stones to communicate , Rosetta, buried owl
might need a new thread
have no smerits
but thx again

look yes it's their only game, who knows if they will cough up to the winner.
maybe steam would cover it.
but it does look fun, and it's a first.
best of luck to the team...
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February 15, 2018, 10:20:24 PM

yeh, although we had this painting thingy b4
thx
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February 15, 2018, 10:23:42 PM

yeh, although we had this painting thingy b4
thx


i stand corrected. should have said 'steam first' but now i dunno. sure there were many games before. what was the painting one?
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February 15, 2018, 10:26:15 PM

thx Last of the V8s for the game link,
originates in Iran, i am to old for this, but my son and his higly educated team might give it a serious try
stones to communicate , Rosetta, buried owl
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Gave him one for you. Probably won't play it myself, but the idea has... merit.
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February 15, 2018, 10:33:24 PM

At what price will FOMO kick in?
Somewhere close to the last ATH I'd assume, by MSM starting another hype cycle once steam has run for natural climbs.


I agree that FOMO is not likely to kick in anytime before we start to get close to current ATH.... so perhaps in the $18-19k price territory, and maybe not even until it becomes fairly clearly going to break above the ATH... which is a certain 5-10% striking distance of such...   Until then, we are going to need to deal with a decent amount of ongoing resistance all the way up towards returning to ATH territories...


Hey BTCMILLIONAIRE... I don't want to pry too much into your particulars, but did you come up with your user name based on factual circumstances or an aspiration?  I see that your registration to the forum was during a period in late 2014 in which faith was becoming increasingly lost in BTC, so there was quite a bit less balling going on at that point.. even though loss of faith shook out more folks in the next 12 months or so into the lows of 2015.

I did just look at your first posts, and it appears that you were aspiring to obtain 1 BTC... so millionnaire could have been measured in terms of Satoshis too... Do you want to overview your BTC journey, without necessarily providing too many personal details?  I have shared mine about a zillion times, but I still like to hear about other folks, especially when they seem to share bullish yet seemingly realistic BTC views.
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February 15, 2018, 10:34:50 PM

yeh, although we had this painting thingy b4
thx


i stand corrected. should have said 'steam first' but now i dunno. sure there were many games before. what was the painting one?


https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/kzpqzz/heres-the-solution-to-the-3-year-old-dollar50000-bitcoin-puzzle
took only 3 years to solve

and thx Ibian, /those were the times/ Smiley
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February 15, 2018, 10:37:32 PM

yeh, although we had this painting thingy b4
thx


i stand corrected. should have said 'steam first' but now i dunno. sure there were many games before. what was the painting one?


https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/kzpqzz/heres-the-solution-to-the-3-year-old-dollar50000-bitcoin-puzzle
took only 3 years to solve

oh yeah yeah, that was truly good. too hard for me.

steam don't seem to take bitcoin, which is scandalous.

suppose they gave up when the spam attacks made fees to high.
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February 15, 2018, 10:39:55 PM


Epic...lol!
You’re good my friend!

Damn ,I couldn’t find that one on the google...
Sounds a bit like old JJG  Grin

suchmoon did his due diligence, and he pasted my ranting, seemingly stream of consciousness, text towards poolminor... almost worthy of a merit from yo mismo   Wink
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February 15, 2018, 10:42:36 PM

Back to sub 10k. Time to buy silver? Roll Eyes

Yes, do buy some LTC in addition to moar BTC
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February 15, 2018, 10:49:20 PM

Buy the neckline breakout of the inverted head and shoulder pattern around $8,893 and sell when it hits $10k.

Woohoo! Reversal is near!

Close to a Morning Star pattern in the weekly:




Thanks for the fish, gentlemen.
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February 15, 2018, 10:51:30 PM


suchmoon did his due diligence, and he pasted my ranting, seemingly stream of consciousness, text towards poolminor... almost worthy of a merit from yo mismo   Wink

you're a good sport jjg  Wink
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February 15, 2018, 10:52:22 PM

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February 15, 2018, 10:54:34 PM
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At what price will FOMO kick in?
Somewhere close to the last ATH I'd assume, by MSM starting another hype cycle once steam has run for natural climbs.


I agree that FOMO is not likely to kick in anytime before we start to get close to current ATH.... so perhaps in the $18-19k price territory, and maybe not even until it becomes fairly clearly going to break above the ATH... which is a certain 5-10% striking distance of such...   Until then, we are going to need to deal with a decent amount of ongoing resistance all the way up towards returning to ATH territories...


Hey BTCMILLIONAIRE... I don't want to pry too much into your particulars, but did you come up with your user name based on factual circumstances or an aspiration?  I see that your registration to the forum was during a period in late 2014 in which faith was becoming increasingly lost in BTC, so there was quite a bit less balling going on at that point.. even though loss of faith shook out more folks in the next 12 months or so into the lows of 2015.

I did just look at your first posts, and it appears that you were aspiring to obtain 1 BTC... so millionnaire could have been measured in terms of Satoshis too... Do you want to overview your BTC journey, without necessarily providing too many personal details?  I have shared mine about a zillion times, but I still like to hear about other folks, especially when they seem to share bullish yet seemingly realistic BTC views.
I've been on and off this forum for quite a bit longer than that, but never really stepped into it because it was too fringe for my situation.

A lot has changed though, and I've ended up going balls deep with my student loan and scholarship when it was bottoming out, since I've figured I'd have plenty of time to cover my losses anyways and knew that I could easily score a 6 figure job after graduation thanks to busting my ass at university.

Let's just say that the aspiration has changed to a B rather than an M as denominated in USD. I'm not quite sure if a million Bitcoins will be doable since I expect those to be worth hundreds of billions to just over a trillion at some point, and I'm not sure how much I'll care about collecting money just for the sake of collecting it. I'd need to thoroughly enjoy running ventures of my own as well as investing in the type of research that nobody wants to throw money at because of a lack of predictable profits (the kind of shit that Musk does for example, I fucking love insane people - the good kind of insane).

But for now I'm trying to make sure that I won't have to take up a dayjob at any point in my life while simultaneously not having to worry about my spending habbits (which are still extremely frugal beyond the occasional splurge on a good Scotch or food).

It might be worth noting that I've been checking out equity markets since my high school days because I just couldn't see myself working into my 60s. I've also used to do statistical analysis in MMORPG markets before I even knew what statistics were (using pen&paper and excel) and tried to estimate other aspects of the game quantitatively to increase my own performace. So I guess I've been pretty much predisposed to end up in Bitcoin at one point or another anyways.
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February 15, 2018, 10:55:01 PM

Buy the neckline breakout of the inverted head and shoulder pattern around $8,893 and sell when it hits $10k.

Woohoo! Reversal is near!

Close to a Morning Star pattern in the weekly:




Thanks for the fish, gentlemen.
Like everyone said, ETHEREUM is the number one token for me. When I'm new in cryto I always dreamed of having ETH as my first investment and I didn't failed nor regret that I put a lot of trust in this token because Eth is the most valuable altcoin right now.
You, Sir, an ETH troll, and you copy others' analysis without attribution.
Now begone, never to return.
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February 15, 2018, 11:04:59 PM

EIP 867 is doing its best to destroy ETH right now (protocol for making state changes such as recovery of the Parity funds).
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February 15, 2018, 11:08:17 PM

EIP 867 is doing its best to destroy ETH right now (protocol for making state changes such as recovery of the Parity funds).
I have this eerie feeling that such measures will not lead to the fall of the likes of XRP and ETH. People don't seem to care, or be too ignorant to understand the implications.
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February 15, 2018, 11:24:26 PM

the poll is looking good

https://youtu.be/iOucwX7Z1HU
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February 15, 2018, 11:28:37 PM

What if I told you it is not that BTC is rising but USD devaluating?

No, really, first time we crossed $10K the EUR price was significantly higher Sad
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