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Question: Oct. 5 Closing Price:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$8,000 - 38 (27%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 16 (11.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (7.1%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 13 (9.2%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 12 (8.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 10 (7.1%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 5 (3.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 2 (1.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (2.8%)
>$12,000 - 17 (12.1%)
>$20,000 - 9 (6.4%)
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March 14, 2018, 11:16:28 PM

common someone say for every sold BTC there is a buyer Smiley

Right after someone says "the next 24 hours are critical"

Not before "1btc is still 1btc"

so if i understand, even in the next critical 24hours ... 1BTC wil still be 1BTC  Huh
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March 14, 2018, 11:19:01 PM

common someone say for every sold BTC there is a buyer Smiley

Right after someone says "the next 24 hours are critical"

Not before "1btc is still 1btc"

so if i understand, even in the next critical 24hours ... 1BTC wil still be 1BTC  Huh

Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!
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Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!

This knife is going right through my grubby little hands though. Cry

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common someone say for every sold BTC there is a buyer Smiley

Right after someone says "the next 24 hours are critical"

Not before "1btc is still 1btc"

so if i understand, even in the next critical 24hours ... 1BTC wil still be 1BTC  Huh

Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!

understandble  Grin so be happy we can buy more cheap coins @this critical 24Hours knowing 1BTC still worth 1BTC
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Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!

This knife is going right through my grubby little hands though. Cry



Maybe just keep a stop order about 1000 dollars off the low? True you will miss the bottom by 1000 bucks but you wont buy at 8000 just to see it fall to 4000.
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March 14, 2018, 11:31:29 PM
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Surely this Jacques_Bittard troll shit shill job would have been with Tera beara calling the end of bitcoin (and further and more painful price corrections) during the March 2017 down to $890 - and that surely would not have been a good time to sell any decent amount of your bitcoins.

I wouldn't put the two of them in the same league. I see different levels of intellectual integrity at a bear minimum. Ooops, a BARE minimum, ehm.

oh come ON guys

a user name with both "bitter" and "retard" right in it?

most obvious sock puppet troll account ever, probably a WO regular doing it for the lulz
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March 14, 2018, 11:46:38 PM
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common someone say for every sold BTC there is a buyer Smiley

Right after someone says "the next 24 hours are critical"

Not before "1btc is still 1btc"

so if i understand, even in the next critical 24hours ... 1BTC wil still be 1BTC  Huh

Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!

That's Koreck Isaac Newton.  Even if we are not happy, we should be willing to make some lemonade out of these lemons.   Tongue Tongue
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March 14, 2018, 11:49:32 PM
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Bob,   I'm ready for that drink. Single malt kinda guy. A shot of Dalmore is high on the bucket list or a older Balvenie might be just as nice. I'll do my best not to get any bitcoiner tears in it.

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March 14, 2018, 11:59:18 PM

Surely this Jacques_Bittard troll shit shill job would have been with Tera beara calling the end of bitcoin (and further and more painful price corrections) during the March 2017 down to $890 - and that surely would not have been a good time to sell any decent amount of your bitcoins.

I wouldn't put the two of them in the same league. I see different levels of intellectual integrity at a bear minimum. Ooops, a BARE minimum, ehm.

oh come ON guys

a user name with both "bitter" and "retard" right in it?

most obvious sock puppet troll account ever, probably a WO regular doing it for the lulz


I agree with you jojo regarding the stupid-ass obviousness to the trollish occupation of the tard.....


But I gotta take this opportunity to admit that I had overlooked d_eddie's earlier responsive post, and substantively, my attempted defense would be that I was NOT making any kind of broad lumping of J.Bittarded and Tera dee beara, but just asserting that the two of them would have been on the same page in March 2017 or perhaps anytime in bitcoin's history in which they are proclaiming sorcery in their ability to foresee an impending bitcoin doom crash that is BIGGER and WORSE than any of us blinded bulls imagine (and throwing out their bull criticisms), and in this regard, it is inevitable that at some point these broken records are going to be correct in terms of identifying that a BTC price correction is imminent.


By the way, there does seem to be decent evidence for the argument that this whole ongoing BTC downtrend remains an opportunity to continue to purge alts, rather than any reflection on any actual problem with BTC fundamentals.

+1 WOsMerit  It's why I always read all of your posts JJG...usually there is a diamond down in the rough.

Actually I overlooked this one too..., and I am soooooo soooooooo sooooo happy (not) that you can find some kind of value in my posts, from time to time.   Lips sealed
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Bob,   I'm ready for that drink. Single malt kinda guy. A shot of Dalmore is high on the bucket list or a older Balvenie might be just as nice. I'll do my best not to get any bitcoiner tears in it.

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hahhahahaha

Way to stay on top of things, Icygreen....  Wink
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March 15, 2018, 12:11:41 AM

Appears $12k is the pivotal turning point of this downtrend. Clear as day from the December ATH... next up, buying area between 7400-7800.
Extended drawing fibonaccy fans from ATH onto lowest low at(~ 6200) depics us still walking down the stairs. The difficulty on using fib-levels is about defining a "starting point" of sorts for the ATH pump.
Just picked august of 2017 since that has been the biggest event of 2017, that results in 7400-7800 hitting ... void, actually. 23.6% level beein -500 below that. $6800 looking more likely as an entry for the cautious.
Argueably the start could get moved to 3/26/2017 for a slightly different picture, just that would even lower these numbers even further.

During the next years (2018 - 2013 = 5) I'm exspecting the level we had during the ETF decision market swings, which happened to equal 2013 ATH, probably as a very solid floor. Twice of that level marking the entry into slow waters.
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March 15, 2018, 12:12:26 AM

Why is Nobuaki Kibayashi still alive?
Bitcoiners are way too civilized.  Fuck him in the ass now!
He is now hodling the funds he sold!
Corruption at its best!

GO BITCOIN GO!




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I am surprised to see the Shorts/Longs graph..  both sides keep building up!

Blowup will be coming soon!  I hope it is up and those shorts get REKT!

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March 15, 2018, 12:20:32 AM

Break of the uptrend leads to weakness and a fallback to lower Fibonnaci lines perhaps.  8500 I have and 8200 is marked by another trader I saw as support, showing now I think.   Target upside would be 9000 which is the trend.    The apparent incentive to sell is the google ban on ICO type ventures.   However I dont need google, isnt that Ethereum ventures not bitcoin exactly.    I dont see advertising as any great drawback when crypto was always about the crowd not the centralised giant companies.   If anything I'd be glad to a reversion to that strength.

8555 would mark previous lows, I think that area is roughly the first point to overcome above the current price
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Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!

This knife is going right through my grubby little hands though. Cry


Maybe just keep a stop order about 1000 dollars off the low? True you will miss the bottom by 1000 bucks but you wont buy at 8000 just to see it fall to 4000.

Which low? The lowest BTC has been since I have been involved was about $170. I don't think you mean that low however; since setting a bid a 1000 below that would be impossible. Unless the exchanges make it possible to have people disposing of their BTC by paying someone to take them off their hands. Cheesy
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Wait wait I've got one. We should all be happy about this decline, it's just a chance to buy more cheaper!

This knife is going right through my grubby little hands though. Cry


Maybe just keep a stop order about 1000 dollars off the low? True you will miss the bottom by 1000 bucks but you wont buy at 8000 just to see it fall to 4000.

Which low? The lowest BTC has been since I have been involved was about $170. I don't think you mean that low however; since setting a bid a 1000 below that would be impossible. Unless the exchanges make it possible to have people disposing of their BTC by paying someone to take them off their hands. Cheesy

Lol no I mean the recent low, 7916. And if that gets broken down to say 7500 then replace it with that.
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March 15, 2018, 12:45:04 AM

Bob,   I'm ready for that drink. Single malt kinda guy. A shot of Dalmore is high on the bucket list or a older Balvenie might be just as nice. I'll do my best not to get any bitcoiner tears in it.
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Ok. PM me your meatspace address. Do you want to supply the blindfold, or should I ?
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Which low? The lowest BTC has been since I have been involved was about $170. I don't think you mean that low however; since setting a bid a 1000 below that would be impossible. Unless the exchanges make it possible to have people disposing of their BTC by paying someone to take them off their hands. Cheesy

170 left of a former 1300, or a -87% loss. Just any similar event of that magnitude is missing today. There was no Mt.Gox happening. Not even possible anymore since there are 114 tradesites doing above $1,000,000 *daily* volume.
Source https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/volume/24-hour/all/ beware some might hand out false data.

Tried projecting a similar decay onto $20,000 to get that "new 170 datapoint" since it looks again like $2600, that 2x ATH of 2013 mentioned bevore. Just a Gox order of magnitude event is still missing. Watching USDT peg closely.

Forecast of that kind are uncharted territory so best taken with a grain of salt.
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March 15, 2018, 01:06:08 AM

Bob,   I'm ready for that drink. Single malt kinda guy. A shot of Dalmore is high on the bucket list or a older Balvenie might be just as nice. I'll do my best not to get any bitcoiner tears in it.
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Ok. PM me your meatspace address. Do you want to supply the blindfold, or should I ?

Hey!!!!!!! 


We are not all getting drinks?
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March 15, 2018, 01:14:53 AM

Coinbase gets e-money license in the UK
https://techcrunch.com/2018/03/13/coinbase-emoney/

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This will be welcome news for cryptocurrency fans in the U.K. and Europe. Coinbase, one of more popular and accessible cryptocurrency exchanges, has been granted an e-money license by the U.K. regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
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