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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.8%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.7%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (2.1%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.8%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 26 (18.2%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 23 (16.1%)
$10,500-10,999 - 12 (8.4%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 13 (9.1%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 10 (7%)
>$12,000 - 31 (21.7%)
>$20,000 - 11 (7.7%)
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March 06, 2018, 03:44:13 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

The battle for $11K continues... currently $11003USD/$41200CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

We've been stuck here for a week now. At least we're still in 5 digits.

Still, it's getting boring.

Awhile back I read a thread somewhere on here that some company did just that.
i.e ...actually engraved the priv key with a “sealed” hologram or some such thing and sold
the various bitcoin valued coins they fabricated.
And guess what ended up happening?
Not too hard to figure out...lol

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

I always got a chuckle out of Casascius coins. They're a 360 degree turnaround on gold and silver certificates.

Instead of using paper tokens to represent metal money, they use metal tokens to represent digital ("paper") money.
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March 06, 2018, 03:50:21 PM

In 2011: moon at $10
In 2012: moon at $100

--this thread is made--

In 2013: moon at $1000
In 2014-17: moon at $10000
In 2018-20: moon at a million dollar (John laughs at those who didn't listen to him)

Now I'll come back to this thread in 2020.
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March 06, 2018, 04:38:51 PM

From 12 to 8 is a 33% variation. Maybe this kind of variation will be the norm now.

Double the price from 6 to 12, fall to 8, then double again to 16, fall to around 10, then double again to 20. How much time would this take?

I dont think we can reach 100k this year anymore. For that, we would be at 20k right now.

But we can still reach 50-70k by the end of the year.

My rough guesstimate would be 67-68 days.

for what?

For people to finally learn that price predictions are pure fine grade BS.

Or to not make investment decisions based on advice from random guys on a forum.

Take your pick  Wink

around 25 march we'll be around 5K

how's that for price prediction and timing ? 19 days left.  

you guys don't realize how powerful and mighty good some of us are at this game.
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March 06, 2018, 04:44:26 PM

From 12 to 8 is a 33% variation. Maybe this kind of variation will be the norm now.

Double the price from 6 to 12, fall to 8, then double again to 16, fall to around 10, then double again to 20. How much time would this take?

I dont think we can reach 100k this year anymore. For that, we would be at 20k right now.

But we can still reach 50-70k by the end of the year.

My rough guesstimate would be 67-68 days.

for what?

For people to finally learn that price predictions are pure fine grade BS.

Or to not make investment decisions based on advice from random guys on a forum.

Take your pick  Wink

around 25 march we'll be around 5K

how's that for price prediction and timing ? 19 days left.  

you guys don't realize how powerful and mighty good some of us are at this game.
ok I will sell all my btc





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March 06, 2018, 04:48:30 PM

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

They're legit and always will be. There are few others that sure as shit are not and were emptied.

I've always found it really weird the hall pass people gave physical coin creators when it came to the handling of private keys. They're just another anon prick. Just because they're gluing a private key to a lump of metal does not mean it magically spirits away their dodgy as fuck tendencies.
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March 06, 2018, 04:53:13 PM

BTCP is such a joke !!! I can't stop being bewildered by the sheer ignorance of some... the guy looted zec, then looted with zen, then with his btcp... Who can believe that this shitcoin is "bitcoin"... They just merged their zcl into a fork of btc and pretend to be btc.

#https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheep_shearing

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March 06, 2018, 05:37:23 PM

Prepare to buy the dip.
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March 06, 2018, 05:43:34 PM

I try desperately to find a recent post about exchanges manipulations... anyone could help? it was on this sub a few days ago...
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March 06, 2018, 05:58:45 PM

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

They're legit and always will be. There are few others that sure as shit are not and were emptied.

I've always found it really weird the hall pass people gave physical coin creators when it came to the handling of private keys. They're just another anon prick. Just because they're gluing a private key to a lump of metal does not mean it magically spirits away their dodgy as fuck tendencies.

I don't know if physical BTC are still a big thing. Back in the day though, the price was significantly lower. It made sense to buy physical BTC as a collectors item when it was like $15.
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March 06, 2018, 06:01:18 PM

Awhile back I read a thread somewhere on here that some company did just that.
i.e ...actually engraved the priv key with a “sealed” hologram or some such thing and sold
the various bitcoin valued coins they fabricated.
And guess what ended up happening?
Not too hard to figure out...lol

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

There was a guy named Coinhoarder on this forum that did a litecoin "Casacius" in 2013, I bought three from him and then forgot about them until now.
Just found them again. So yeahh I have three litecoins!

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March 06, 2018, 06:02:46 PM

Awhile back I read a thread somewhere on here that some company did just that.
i.e ...actually engraved the priv key with a “sealed” hologram or some such thing and sold
the various bitcoin valued coins they fabricated.
And guess what ended up happening?
Not too hard to figure out...lol

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

There was a guy named Coinhoarder on this forum that did a litecoin "Casacius" in 2013, I bought three from him and then forgot about them until now.
Just found them again. So yeahh I have three litecoins!



Are they still on the address of the coin?
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March 06, 2018, 06:09:05 PM

BTC Dominance is up to 41.6% now - do you guys think it will hit 50%?

How about ~100%?

That would cripple my alt trading strategy =) It hit 42% earlier today - but trailing off a little now
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March 06, 2018, 06:10:08 PM

BTC Dominance is up to 41.6% now - do you guys think it will hit 50%?

How about ~100%?

That would cripple my alt trading strategy =) It hit 42% earlier today - but trailing off a little now

Is there a way to trade that? btc dominance trading Smiley. I know it is genius, please consider a pivx donation (addy in my sig) Smiley .
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March 06, 2018, 06:14:33 PM

Awhile back I read a thread somewhere on here that some company did just that.
i.e ...actually engraved the priv key with a “sealed” hologram or some such thing and sold
the various bitcoin valued coins they fabricated.
And guess what ended up happening?
Not too hard to figure out...lol

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

There was a guy named Coinhoarder on this forum that did a litecoin "Casacius" in 2013, I bought three from him and then forgot about them until now.
Just found them again. So yeahh I have three litecoins!



Are they still on the address of the coin?

I don't know, I haven't looked at them since 2013. I don't even know where to check a litecoin address. If you give me a link I will check later in the evening.
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March 06, 2018, 06:15:12 PM
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Prepare to buy the dip.

 Found a good deal: 3 for $5!!



Sale ends Thursday though; should I start the car?

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March 06, 2018, 06:16:51 PM

Awhile back I read a thread somewhere on here that some company did just that.
i.e ...actually engraved the priv key with a “sealed” hologram or some such thing and sold
the various bitcoin valued coins they fabricated.
And guess what ended up happening?
Not too hard to figure out...lol

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

There was a guy named Coinhoarder on this forum that did a litecoin "Casacius" in 2013, I bought three from him and then forgot about them until now.
Just found them again. So yeahh I have three litecoins!



Are they still on the address of the coin?

I don't know, I haven't looked at them since 2013. I don't even know where to check a litecoin address. If you give me a link I will check later in the evening.

search for a ltc blockexplorer, and please DON'T INPUT THE PRIVATE ADDRESS SEED, but ONLY a public address, look at the format of others public ltc address and be sure it is the same format Smiley.

edit: check with others before doing anything, because I never did that... just to be on the safe side Smiley.
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March 06, 2018, 06:20:28 PM

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

They're legit and always will be. There are few others that sure as shit are not and were emptied.

I've always found it really weird the hall pass people gave physical coin creators when it came to the handling of private keys. They're just another anon prick. Just because they're gluing a private key to a lump of metal does not mean it magically spirits away their dodgy as fuck tendencies.

To own a Casascius Bitcoin, you have to have full faith and trust in the word and past process of one person - Mike Caldwell.

I own one, and I fully understand that it's value is entirely contingent on having trusted Mike Caldwell's past process. The fact that he no longer sells them is a bonus.

I would never trust anyone else's physical bitcoin or any other physical hologram coin for that matter. Like ever.

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Awhile back I read a thread somewhere on here that some company did just that.
i.e ...actually engraved the priv key with a “sealed” hologram or some such thing and sold
the various bitcoin valued coins they fabricated.
And guess what ended up happening?
Not too hard to figure out...lol

You mean the Casascius coins?  Lots of those still out there unswept, they are legit.

There was a guy named Coinhoarder on this forum that did a litecoin "Casacius" in 2013, I bought three from him and then forgot about them until now.
Just found them again. So yeahh I have three litecoins!



Are they still on the address of the coin?

I don't know, I haven't looked at them since 2013. I don't even know where to check a litecoin address. If you give me a link I will check later in the evening.

search for a ltc blockexplorer, and please DON'T INPUT THE PRIVATE ADDRESS SEED, but ONLY a public address, look at the format of others public ltc address and be sure it is the same format Smiley.

edit: check with others before doing anything, because I never did that... just to be on the safe side Smiley.

I know how to check an address, but thanks for your concern.
I just don't know any site to do that and I'm not overly concerned about the coins either. I have't heard about anyone who bought from this guy losing there coins.
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March 06, 2018, 06:31:17 PM

Now there is a different situation and we are in the center of the work whiners do not know what they are doing so when we say that the upcoming bitcoin is going to rise the opposite can be something that we will not be waiting for when we say we need to get used to.



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Now there is a different situation and we are in the center of the work whiners do not know what they are doing so when we say that the upcoming bitcoin is going to rise the opposite can be something that we will not be waiting for when we say we need to get used to.

Truly I've never seen someone destroy grammar in a run on sentence so well  Cheesy
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