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March 04, 2018, 02:39:10 PM



It felt like we were enjoying some real organic growth last week, but that came to a abrupt end yesterday as bearish manipulation took control of the market. This coming week could provide us with another bullish run at the $11.5k resistance level.
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March 04, 2018, 02:47:00 PM

I don’t buy and hold shitcoins.  5 hours is a long term hold for a shitcoin. On average, I profit on shitcoins.  Sometimes I make mistakes but I cut them the moment they show weakness.  Example:  I follow Charlie Lee on twitter and bought Nano when his tweet came out.  I exited with a 5% profit.  It ended going a lot higher but I’m not ashamed to take a small profit immediately. 

On the other hand I have bitcoin I bought 4 years ago and haven’t touched.  Different asset classes, different trading strategies.  

If you're interested in shitcoins, then you can improve your stack by 1/2% by selling Lightning Bitcoin (LBTC), which is one of the latest Bitcoin forks. You can find OTC offers on /r/BitcoinAirdropsTrades/

If you haven't sold your Bitcoin Pay (BTP), that's also remarkably holding around 1/2% on the BitPie exchange.

The next possible moneymaker could be Bitcoin Private (BTCP) that's a merged fork of BTC and ZCL.

Oh no, i just finished Diamond and Superbitcoin, was complicated enough, so i have to generate another new Electrum Wallet, with password and seed again, my spouse doesn´t believe the life that i have.
Frankly, me neither.



HOw much did you get for Diamond and SuperBitcoin? And what's the best exchange to trade them?

Did it with Bitpie and Bither on my estranged Smartphone and then sold at "Okex", don´t know if that is the smartest way, but i´m richer now.



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March 04, 2018, 03:03:39 PM

Really? 1-2% over the full stash is SOME significant money.

What other forks have you already claimed?

I have claimed BCH and BTG only. Forks I mean... airdrops like Byteball, Stellar and CLAMS I did too.

Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), BitcoinX (BCX) and Super Bitcoin (SBTC). You can sell BCD and SBTC at gate.io (no ID required for trade or withdrawal). BCX can only be sold at AEX.com now for BitCNY. Camku will sell the coins there for 5% fee as I believe they require ID.

You've really missed an opportunity with these forks as they were worth a lot more. You could have got 3-4% with BCX alone when deposits temporarily opened up at gate.io - made some bagholders that day Wink

Oh well, it's always hard to know what to do. I have most of my BTC on Ledger wallets, so my strategy was to wait until they supported those forks as they did with BCH and BTG or wait until most forks finished, then move all my BTC to another ledger and then use the previous seed to claim it all. Some months ago fees were expensive for moving too.

Also, one is never sure when those shitcoins are gonna pump later. Decisions decisions.

I guess it is just about time I move my BTC and start claiming everything... will decide later if sell immediately, wait, or a mix of both.

Retrospectively I do agree I could have done much better on this Sad
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Seems to me, half of you guys didn´t claim the forks. Get on with it. You´re missing out !



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March 04, 2018, 03:41:43 PM

The US government seized 500 Bitcoins from a suicide piracy case. I wonder if it is still the issue that BTC will reduce today. that's $ 5.5 million.

LOL   Cheesy Cheesy  us fed printing 100 trillions + soo they are no "excited" from few millions from some ilegall activity ..    they need people in world will trust and buy US debt and other.. wich are not happening now and world turning from petrodollar ..  ..thats why "uncle sam" desperatley want nuclear war and destroing whole planet .. like cowboy in cassino: bet all on one number ... mckillers
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Seems to me, half of you guys didn´t claim the forks. Get on with it. You´re missing out !





The silence is deafening, just saying !

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March 04, 2018, 04:17:30 PM

Also, one is never sure when those shitcoins are gonna pump later. Decisions decisions.

There's always that. I'm holding on to the really cheap ones like Bitcoin World in case there's some whale action.
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March 04, 2018, 04:23:34 PM

This is proof that I am bring quality to the thread.

Just sayin'.

It's what plants crave.

That's what I thought!

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March 04, 2018, 04:26:59 PM

Sure, we each have our own particular (or should I say peculiar) strategy involving (as it were) the laddering of buys and sells according to our own analysis of the risk/reward of said strategy at any given time. And sure, assuming a more Up than DOWN trend continues this should leave each of us with more bitcoins going down, and more dollars going uppy....



the STYLE is getting closer, but you need to flesh it out more and reiterate your points
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March 04, 2018, 04:29:04 PM

Oh well, it's always hard to know what to do. I have most of my BTC on Ledger wallets, so my strategy was to wait until they supported those forks as they did with BCH and BTG or wait until most forks finished, then move all my BTC to another ledger and then use the previous seed to claim it all. Some months ago fees were expensive for moving too.

Also, one is never sure when those shitcoins are gonna pump later. Decisions decisions.

I guess it is just about time I move my BTC and start claiming everything... will decide later if sell immediately, wait, or a mix of both.

Retrospectively I do agree I could have done much better on this Sad

there are way, way too many forks now for the hardware wallet providers to bother any more. you're on your own with most of them.

move your bitcoin out of the ledger, pull out the private key with a bip39 tool and go play.

the bitpie/bither combination is good for claiming some of the coins and bitpie now has an internal exchange where you can get rid of some of them. that's a big bonus as some of them were only on weird chinese places that were insisting on passports and stuff.

i'm on the fence about instadumping myself. so few people will bother claiming that i can foresee some insane pumps in the future. some of these coins must have a supply 100 times less than bitcoin and what supply there is around now is going straight into pumper pockets.

i've gotten rid of a proportion but i'll wait with the rest. there could be major dumbass windfalls in the future.
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March 04, 2018, 04:31:54 PM

Do you guys feel you are missing out by not being allowed RPGs?  Isn’t that a violation of your second amendment rights?  How are you going to protect yourself against black helicopters?

lol

How do you know I don't have any RPGs?

You are welcome to bring your pig tank around and test that theory.
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March 04, 2018, 04:48:06 PM

Really? 1-2% over the full stash is SOME significant money.

What other forks have you already claimed?

I have claimed BCH and BTG only. Forks I mean... airdrops like Byteball, Stellar and CLAMS I did too.

Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), BitcoinX (BCX) and Super Bitcoin (SBTC). You can sell BCD and SBTC at gate.io (no ID required for trade or withdrawal). BCX can only be sold at AEX.com now for BitCNY. Camku will sell the coins there for 5% fee as I believe they require ID.

You've really missed an opportunity with these forks as they were worth a lot more. You could have got 3-4% with BCX alone when deposits temporarily opened up at gate.io - made some bagholders that day Wink

Oh well, it's always hard to know what to do. I have most of my BTC on Ledger wallets, so my strategy was to wait until they supported those forks as they did with BCH and BTG or wait until most forks finished, then move all my BTC to another ledger and then use the previous seed to claim it all. Some months ago fees were expensive for moving too.

Also, one is never sure when those shitcoins are gonna pump later. Decisions decisions.

I guess it is just about time I move my BTC and start claiming everything... will decide later if sell immediately, wait, or a mix of both.

Retrospectively I do agree I could have done much better on this Sad

just an fyi and not an endorsement!
these guys apparently haven't been called scammers .....(yet .)
use at own risk, though as they say in OP,  move coins 1st! then most you can lose is the forked shitcoins only.
anyway all good feedback so far but mostly from noobs if that means anything. 10% fee

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2434261.0


https://dig.walleting.services/#/


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March 04, 2018, 04:54:13 PM

just an fyi and not an endorsement!
these guys apparently haven't been called scammers .....(yet .)
use at own risk, though as they say in OP,  move coins 1st! then most you can lose is the forked shitcoins only.
anyway all good feedback so far but mostly from noobs if that means anything. 10% fee

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2434261.0

the only tricky ones on the list they do are s2x and united bitcoin. united bitcoin in particularly has been loathsome in the way they've done it.

all the others can be done easily enough yourself. i wouldn't give away 10% when you can do it in a few clicks yourself. coinomi and bitpie/bither will take care of them.
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March 04, 2018, 04:59:43 PM

Sure, we each have our own particular (or should I say peculiar) strategy involving (as it were) the laddering of buys and sells according to our own analysis of the risk/reward of said strategy at any given time. And sure, assuming a more Up than DOWN trend continues this should leave each of us with more bitcoins going down, and more dollars going uppy....


the STYLE is getting closer, but you need to flesh it out more and reiterate your points

Yeah, the substance (length) just isn't there yet.

And by the way - it may be obvious but - for authenticity, no copy and paste is allowed. You know, the human detail bit.
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March 04, 2018, 05:00:17 PM


What I think about forked coins..
Whats gunna happen to me when I turn around...
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March 04, 2018, 05:06:55 PM

Seems to me, half of you guys didn´t claim the forks. Get on with it. You´re missing out !
I saw a list of all the forks on here a while back - does anybody have a link of forks handy?
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March 04, 2018, 05:31:17 PM

Seems to me, half of you guys didn´t claim the forks. Get on with it. You´re missing out !
I saw a list of all the forks on here a while back - does anybody have a link of forks handy?

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BvlEoX0Tgym3mKYw9OZOrrDj4LSc73gCgUwa3BLFMOg/htmlview

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I tend to dump most of the forks the moment I can get my hands on them.
Sometimes they pump and I lose out but most of the time they just dump and are worth FA almost immediately after that and then fade into oblivion.
I just sold some LBTC (Lightning Bitcoin) OTC as they are not on exchanges yet and made a small sum.
Got some Semux too but not found any buyers yet and might hold out until it hits an exchange.
Just in the process of claiming BTCP (Bitcoin Private) as we speak.
I have two ledger wallets.
I create a new wallet then transfer the funds to the new Ledger.
I then use the 24 word seed to create an electrum S/W wallet which can then access the old keys.
I then use this to claim the forked coins.
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Seems to me, half of you guys didn´t claim the forks. Get on with it. You´re missing out !
I saw a list of all the forks on here a while back - does anybody have a link of forks handy?

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BvlEoX0Tgym3mKYw9OZOrrDj4LSc73gCgUwa3BLFMOg/htmlview



Try these

 https://btcdiv.com
 https://forkdrop.io/index.html


There is a reddit devoted to it also:
http://reddit.com/r/BitcoinAirdrops/



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March 04, 2018, 05:57:59 PM

Hey bitcoin is gathering strength now to SHOOT UPWARDS!!!
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