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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
$0 - 4 (3.7%)
<$8,000 - 5 (4.6%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 1 (0.9%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 2 (1.8%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 5 (4.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 7 (6.4%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 25 (22.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 20 (18.3%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 19 (17.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 6 (5.5%)
>$12,000 - 8 (7.3%)
>$20,000 - 7 (6.4%)
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Anyone know the current address for the Mt Gox trustee and/or have any recommendations for address alert tools?
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March 07, 2018, 09:57:12 PM

Anyone know the current address for the Mt Gox trustee and/or have any recommendations for address alert tools?

It is unwise to ask for the current home address of a person who might receive threats, the police could think you are a violent person.
If you meant the MtGox estate BTC addresses, then check this thread:
https://www.reddit.com/r/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/82m0dl/mtgox_trustee_has_sold_some_btc_and_bch/
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March 07, 2018, 09:58:19 PM
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Anyone know the current address for the Mt Gox trustee and/or have any recommendations for address alert tools?

The coins sold are all given here.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/03/07/mt-gox-crashed-bitcoin-trustee-sold-bottom-blockchain-data-reveals

2,000 bitcoins sold December 18th

https://blockchain.info/tx/2beb7a87c73addffa0ed699bd324957991ff92f5f127de2e60240008cace8d93

6,000 bitcoins sold December 22nd

https://blockchain.info/tx/7310efd96d4027707f5b3eb38cd7611fe90c85466f63f8d03469eead905ed1c3

8,000 bitcoins sold 17th of January

https://blockchain.info/tx/55454a47565f17cb29d96a78645ed44e089d4701a1d6c1c537441a2b205c9edf

6,000 bitcoins sold 31st January

https://blockchain.info/tx/3bb69b7b847f1abbab86644c46ccd6d1f48b0f2b68bb51ce4cf2bee69454e86d

18,000 sold 5th of February

https://blockchain.info/tx/571413cf2e047f250ee4f82405cf69a796e5855d57da1527e43e44d7356e1936


You can check the remaining unsold coins here.

https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/MtGoxAndOthers

https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/MtGoxAndOthers/addresses

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March 07, 2018, 10:00:47 PM

Well shit. Was just telling my gf over diner not to worry. Then opened http://bitcoinity.org/markets/bitstamp/USD
Now hiding Grin

You think you have problems. I installed a bitcoin ticker on the wifes phone a few days ago. She rushed in the door about an hour ago screaming wtf is going on

My gf does it all the time too....’Bitcoin is obviously over, let’s sell everything now’ ..... ‘We should have bought that house for xxxxx outright with no mortgage when it was over $19,000 each’

Fucking women....I tell her to STFU & relax because I know bitcoin will make a lot of us here very wealthy.

I remember telling my GF when Bitcoin hit $100 for the very first time,we watched it live on the computer as it happened - an exciting day for everyone for sure, especially as I bought most of them for $15, then $20 and later $50. The first thing she suggested that I sell them all to take the profit. LOL

That's why I basically leave my wife out of my crypto stuff. Occasionally she'll ask, "how's your bitcoin doing?" "Fine" or "okay," I reply.
I don't want to hear any shit about buying a new car, upgrading our house, etc.

True, this is my exact response to all who asks me about my current crypto standings. It's just plain, superficial and shallow response, without giving out any details about, they wouldn't even understand.
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March 07, 2018, 10:05:40 PM

Yes Hairy you better not go round there and give the guy a good kicking.
https://bitcoinelectrum.com/creating-a-watch-only-wallet/
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Ok Wall Observer's participants...I have a question for you. I came up with this idea last night and am in the process of implementing it. I have had a general go ahead from tptb to ask what you ..the WO think about it.

As many of you are aware Wall Street has many analytical firms out there that just monitor market sentiment. I thought it would be nice to have one for Bitcoin as well and so came up with the Wall Observer Bull/Bearish Index or WOBBI for short. This index would be comprised of FA, TA, Polling, AI sentiment analysis and proprietary algorithms to generate a daily(hourly, anytime you ping it?) index.


What I am wondering is this a good idea? Would it be something you supported? Do you think this would be positive or a negative for the forum in general and this thread in particular? Would you want to help develop or contribute in some way to this idea?

Discuss please.

Thank you.
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March 07, 2018, 10:07:17 PM

can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin
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can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin

$20k in 6 months is absurd. There I said it. Next leg up I start implementing the JJG strategy.
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March 07, 2018, 10:11:55 PM

can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin

$20k in 6 months is absurd. There I said it. Next leg up I start implementing the JJG strategy.
was actually projecting $25000 (my cut)
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can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin

$20k in 6 months is absurd. There I said it. Next leg up I start implementing the JJG strategy.

pl don't talk us all to death as well as him
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can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin

$20k in 6 months is absurd. There I said it. Next leg up I start implementing the JJG strategy.

pl don't talk us all to death as well as him

Understood. Undecided
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Ok Wall Observer's participants...I have a question for you. I came up with this idea last night and am in the process of implementing it. I have had a general go ahead from tptb to ask what you ..the WO think about it.

As many of you are aware Wall Street has many analytical firms out there that just market sentiment. I thought it would be nice to have one for Bitcoin as well and so came up with the Wall Observer Bull/Bearish Index or WOBBI for short. This index would be comprised of FA, TA, Polling, AI sentiment analysis and proprietary algorithms to generate a daily(hourly, anytime you ping it?) index.


What I am wondering is this a good idea? Would it be something you supported? Do you think this would be positive or a negative for the forum in general and this thread in particular? Would you want to help develop or contribute in some way to this idea?

Discuss please.

Thank you.
tc


Sounds like a good idea for anyone willing to put in some work...

Furthermore the chartbuddy replacement seems like a good idea, too, but has not been around for nearly two years, ever since butt hurt Richie_T ran away with his marbles.
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can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin

$20k in 6 months is absurd. There I said it. Next leg up I start implementing the JJG strategy.

pl don't talk us all to death as well as him

Understood. Undecided

pl ignore me. fwiw his staircase thingy is ok
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Ok Wall Observer's participants...I have a question for you. I came up with this idea last night and am in the process of implementing it. I have had a general go ahead from tptb to ask what you ..the WO think about it.

As many of you are aware Wall Street has many analytical firms out there that just market sentiment. I thought it would be nice to have one for Bitcoin as well and so came up with the Wall Observer Bull/Bearish Index or WOBBI for short. This index would be comprised of FA, TA, Polling, AI sentiment analysis and proprietary algorithms to generate a daily(hourly, anytime you ping it?) index.


What I am wondering is this a good idea? Would it be something you supported? Do you think this would be positive or a negative for the forum in general and this thread in particular? Would you want to help develop or contribute in some way to this idea?

Discuss please.

Thank you.
tc



I think it would be a bit of fun and I see no harm in it - so go for it.  

But how do you propose to gather the data?
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March 07, 2018, 10:24:06 PM

Wonder if we can get back to 10600 before next day candle?

Miracles happen.

It would mean the upward trend line I drew stays intact... (sortave).
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March 07, 2018, 10:26:01 PM

You guys fucked up again I see.
Time to come back to basics

https://youtu.be/KTf5j9LDObk?list=RDKTf5j9LDObk
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March 07, 2018, 10:30:13 PM

Yes Hairy you better not go round there and give the guy a good kicking.
https://bitcoinelectrum.com/creating-a-watch-only-wallet/

Thanks.

Thinking about this some more, need to widen the net. Need to go back to measuring coin days destroyed.  Blockchair tracks coin days destroyed. Hmmmm.
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up, up for christ sake.
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March 07, 2018, 10:33:53 PM

can someone lend me $1000000 ? I promise to pay you back double in 6 months

haha nice ... nice deal on both sides  Grin

$20k in 6 months is absurd. There I said it. Next leg up I start implementing the JJG strategy.


hahahahahaha...

Yeah right... I will believe it when I see it.

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By the way, your mere statement of your proposed plan shows that you have a somewhat inconsistent interpretation of the alleged "JJG strategy"...  

I will say that  you do not have to wait for any kind of leg anywhere before you start to implement any such semblance of a JJG strategy.

The main thing is that if you feel that you are too stretched in BTC or dollars in one direction or another, you reduce your trading amounts to smaller than usual in order that you are always practicing the JJG strategy semblance..

In other words, you do not wait for any kind of leg before you begin....  and you start right away.... such starting might involve incrementalism, that is not gambling, is tailored to your situation, and should not cause emotional anxiety regarding preferred BTC price direction.

I can already foresee... I followed "the JJG strategy" and I got fucked.  hahahhahaha  Shocked



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EXACTLY, V8ie.    Any semblance of a "real" JJG strategy is going to have to involve "meaningful" renditions.  I think that you are onto me.    Wink
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