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Question: What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2019 - 36 (28.1%)
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March 09, 2018, 07:16:19 AM

Fuuuuuccck. It’s going up again.  I’m never going to have solid gold yacht at this rate.
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March 09, 2018, 07:23:16 AM
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Fuuuuuccck. It’s going up again.  I’m never going to have solid gold yacht at this rate.

Sure you will buddy. Look you just gotta realign your expectations a little bit.



Just ask Carlos Matos. There is no problem so big that it cant be solved by a positive attitude.


Soooooo did you guys see this? I was watching transactions live and the mother of all transactions scrolled by right before my eyes. In all my years of transaction watching I have never seen anything even in the same universe as this. It's was like going whale watching and seeing the occasional orca swim through I'm pretty impressed then cathulu casually strolls by. Thoughts? https://blockchain.info/tx/c875eb38c6bc141abd92a9014f985b72f5500f88e8722d29e1c8d274b738d744

It's 132 million dollars
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March 09, 2018, 07:28:42 AM

I’m rich again. Which means I’m going to be poor.  And that looks like a form of birth control.
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March 09, 2018, 07:32:08 AM

I’m rich again. Which means I’m going to be poor.  And that looks like a form of birth control.
Same here, my funds are like an ice its melting. hayyssss
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March 09, 2018, 07:35:35 AM

Fuuuuuccck. It’s going up again.  I’m never going to have solid gold yacht at this rate.

Sure you will buddy. Look you just gotta realign your expectations a little bit.

https://leoandbella.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/inflatable_glitter-pool-ring-gold_2_.jpg

Just ask Carlos Matos. There is no problem so big that it cant be solved by a positive attitude.


Soooooo did you guys see this? I was watching transactions live and the mother of all transactions scrolled by right before my eyes. In all my years of transaction watching I have never seen anything even in the same universe as this. It's was like going whale watching and seeing the occasional orca swim through I'm pretty impressed then cathulu casually strolls by. Thoughts? https://blockchain.info/tx/c875eb38c6bc141abd92a9014f985b72f5500f88e8722d29e1c8d274b738d744

It's 132 million dollars
Waoh! I never seen any transaction this big myself... I guess the confidence is getting back and people are buying into the dip already. Hope this will validate my earlier speculation about the price rallying back to 10k. Just been hopeful though.
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March 09, 2018, 07:38:24 AM

Waoh! I never seen any transaction this big myself... I guess the confidence is getting back and people are buying into the dip already. Hope this will validate my earlier speculation about the price rallying back to 10k. Just been hopeful though.

Would a transaction from an exchange look like that though? 1 input and 1 output? A transaction with 1 input and 1 output is almost certainly going to be authored by a human hand not an algorithm at an exchange. My best guess is that it is someone moving funds into or out of cold storage. With the price crashing which of those two is more likely? Seems bearish to me.
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March 09, 2018, 07:39:12 AM

Soooooo did you guys see this? I was watching transactions live and the mother of all transactions scrolled by right before my eyes. In all my years of transaction watching I have never seen anything even in the same universe as something like this. Thoughts? https://blockchain.info/tx/c875eb38c6bc141abd92a9014f985b72f5500f88e8722d29e1c8d274b738d744

It's 132 million dollars


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March 09, 2018, 07:40:22 AM

Soooooo did you guys see this? I was watching transactions live and the mother of all transactions scrolled by right before my eyes. In all my years of transaction watching I have never seen anything even in the same universe as something like this. Thoughts? https://blockchain.info/tx/c875eb38c6bc141abd92a9014f985b72f5500f88e8722d29e1c8d274b738d744

It's 132 million dollars



Shrink your images down bro. That monser is just rude. It takes up the whole dang screen. I mean maybe take the whole screen for a chart or something useful, not a meme.
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March 09, 2018, 07:46:24 AM

Waoh! I never seen any transaction this big myself... I guess the confidence is getting back and people are buying into the dip already. Hope this will validate my earlier speculation about the price rallying back to 10k. Just been hopeful though.

Would a transaction from an exchange look like that though? 1 input and 1 output? A transaction with 1 input and 1 output is almost certainly going to be authored by a human hand not an algorithm at an exchange. My best guess is that it is someone moving funds into or out of cold storage. With the price crashing which of those two is more likely? Seems bearish to me.
Yeah! It doesn't look like an exchange thing and it is an individual transaction but that still doesn't proof it's bearish what if the person moves it to an exchange just as you hypothetical think he might have moved it to a cold storage? Let's watch and see, time will tell.
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March 09, 2018, 07:50:33 AM

It’s going up again.  

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March 09, 2018, 07:54:50 AM
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Fuuuuuccck. It’s going up again.  I’m never going to have solid gold yacht at this rate.
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Soooooo did you guys see this? I was watching transactions live and the mother of all transactions scrolled by right before my eyes. In all my years of transaction watching I have never seen anything even in the same universe as this. It's was like going whale watching and seeing the occasional orca swim through I'm pretty impressed then cathulu casually strolls by. Thoughts? https://blockchain.info/tx/c875eb38c6bc141abd92a9014f985b72f5500f88e8722d29e1c8d274b738d744

It's 132 million dollars
It's only 10 satoshi/byte in fees, only 20 fuckin' dollar cents to move a HELL lot of money. Do that with Silver, Corn, Euro, [add your favorite here] if you can.

I moved a thousand dollars for the same fee (7sat/b). They moved 132 M$

This is what bitcoin does. Never forget that you are able to store and move your wealth around without relying on a third party.
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March 09, 2018, 07:58:35 AM

repeated shill for shitcoin redacted

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March 09, 2018, 07:59:01 AM

It’s a big number but it’s only 2 million coin days destroyed.  We have had a dozen transactions like that this month.

The big one this month was 69 million coin days destroyed.  
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March 09, 2018, 08:01:40 AM

Well guys I did the unthinkable that I told myself I would never do it. For the first time in my life I tried to get clever instead of just hodling. I just sold my bitcoin with the intention of buying back lower. Eeek. This is terrifying.
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March 09, 2018, 08:03:16 AM

You sold all of it or some of it ?

 If you sold all of it place a limit order now for slightly lower than you sold and buy back 50%.  Don’t punt it all in a single go.  You have to ladder in and ladder out.  
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March 09, 2018, 08:04:11 AM

You sold all of it or some of it ?

All of it. But all of my bitcoin does not equal all of my crypto. Not even close.
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March 09, 2018, 08:06:15 AM
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you're fucked
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March 09, 2018, 08:06:58 AM
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I edited my post see above.  

If this is going to be a crushing bear market your alts will suffer more than BTC.  If you want to sell some (not all) BTC that’s fine but don’t swim naked because you will get caught if it snaps.
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March 09, 2018, 08:08:20 AM

Well guys I did the unthinkable that I told myself I would never do it. For the first time in my life I tried to get clever instead of just hodling. I just sold my bitcoin with the intention of buying back lower. Eeek. This is terrifying.

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March 09, 2018, 08:10:19 AM

Well guys I did the unthinkable that I told myself I would never do it. For the first time in my life I tried to get clever instead of just hodling. I just sold my bitcoin with the intention of buying back lower. Eeek. This is terrifying.



Time will tell. I have a stop order in place of course. Worst case is I lose some not all.
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