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March 19, 2018, 01:21:49 AM

Can anyone come up with even a half-plausible explanation for the G20 to had any effect what-so-ever on the price?

FUD.

It was. fud relief and TA lol coinciding.
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March 19, 2018, 01:25:10 AM

Should we shed a tear for many of the bears today?  Cry Cry



Hello, this is your margin call.






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March 19, 2018, 01:27:10 AM

I might need to adjust my models here, your explanations kind of make sense. Make-believe prices being swung be make-believe events, why not-
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March 19, 2018, 01:33:56 AM

I might need to adjust my models here, your explanations kind of make sense. Make-believe prices being swung be make-believe events, why not-
fear and greed. that is all there is. no rationality. and TA
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At current difficulty, mining 1 BTC costs around $3000-$4000 depending on electricity costs - not including capital outlay.

Again...they cost $4000 to mine and they can't make money selling them for $8000?

which the fuck is it?


It's $3000-$4000 in electricity to mine a bitcoin plus $4000 in equipment costs. The electricity plus mining equipment costs makes it about $8000 to mine a coin.

At least that's what cointelegraph says. The mining equipment must be fucking expensive, and miners must need a hell of a lot of it judging by this mine.


Looking at the new Canaan Avalon 841 - cost is about $2000+ each, at $8000 it would take ~2 years to recover the cost of the machine. Of course looking at that picture, buying machines in bulk with cheaper electricity they could probably recover the cost in less than a year especially with bitcoin prices fluctuating.

Below $7000, miners would probably just turn off their machines and just buy bitcoin instead Smiley


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March 19, 2018, 01:41:17 AM

Our feels are being measured as we speak

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Thomson Reuters, through its partnership with MarketPsych Data LLC, has launched a new version (v3.0) of its MarketPsych Indices (TRMI) which includes its first sentiment data feed for Bitcoin in addition to new and/or enhanced market sentiment data for several asset classes, new user capabilities, and additional coverage.  MarketPsych is a market leader in quantitative behavioral economics.

Over 400 news and social media sites, many specific to cryptocurrencies, were added to the feed.  Each site is scanned and scored in real-time, aiming to capture market-moving sentiments and themes.

https://www.thomsonreuters.com/en/press-releases/2018/march/thomson-reuters-launches-bitcoin-sentiment-data-feed-for-trading-and-risk-management.html
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March 19, 2018, 01:53:23 AM

In the spirit of all the on topic charts and sharing going on I have updated my bitcoin difficulty vs mining hardware return sheet with today's bitcoin network difficulty increase.

As predicted the 5% average is holding strong. However come Friday with the next wave of hardware being shipped I wonder if the increase network hit will once again ring true that at this price point USD/BTC its best to simply buy BTC instead of mining hardware. That is if profit is your motivation.

Typically with crypto mining apart from hardware and infrastructure costs there is ongoing building labour and other miscellaneous overhead that is not being factored in this example.

Forgot to include the document link.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11QS1BBV11KNGTF8N_-fdfmjTZ3WzPQFbLfVrl5n6R8s/edit?usp=sharing
                                    diff                     BTC price $
2015-09-18        59,335,351,234                         220
2018-03-18    3,462,542,391,191  (~60X)          8100  (< 220*60=13200)
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Well good afternoon Bitcoinland. Just got online after successful surgery Friday.

I see I missed some excitement while I was away... big dip and big recovery... currently $8172USD/$10700CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It's pretty much back to where it was before I went in. Woke up and decided to fire up the laptop just in time to catch the end of the rally.

I guess my bladder alarm still works.   Cool

Nothing to do now but relax in the Mexican sun and convalesce until I get my sutures removed on Thursday. I can't fly for at least a couple more weeks but at least I can head out to the jungle later this week.

I'm currently toothless with very fragile gums after bone grafts to my jaws. Needless to say, I'm on a totally liquid diet. Ever have pork tacos pureed in a blender? Delicious!

Did anybody actually read Jimbos post ?

Jimbo, i apologise in behalf of all these money orientated people here, they have nothing other than money in their brain.
You heartless bunch.




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March 19, 2018, 02:10:00 AM

You heartless bunch.

Our feels are being measured as we speak. Get well soon Jimbo!
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the Illuminati eye of Sauron chart and sticking it to our erstwhile absentee public official.

I managed to scrape up a real merit.
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March 19, 2018, 02:20:09 AM

Well good afternoon Bitcoinland. Just got online after successful surgery Friday.

I see I missed some excitement while I was away... big dip and big recovery... currently $8172USD/$10700CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It's pretty much back to where it was before I went in. Woke up and decided to fire up the laptop just in time to catch the end of the rally.

I guess my bladder alarm still works.   Cool

Nothing to do now but relax in the Mexican sun and convalesce until I get my sutures removed on Thursday. I can't fly for at least a couple more weeks but at least I can head out to the jungle later this week.

I'm currently toothless with very fragile gums after bone grafts to my jaws. Needless to say, I'm on a totally liquid diet. Ever have pork tacos pureed in a blender? Delicious!

Did anybody actually read Jimbos post ?

Jimbo, i apologise in behalf of all these money orientated people here, they have nothing other than money in their brain.
You heartless bunch.



I find ice cream's easy to eat after having a tooth extraction, and it helps stop any bleeding by freezing wounds. Maybe it also works for bone grafts to the jaws.
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Breaking 24777$ prediction game      FINAL LIST       

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UPDATE     AND GOOD LUCK

can't wait to visit all the new hights ..... i'm just not a very patient person only on BTC i remain to stay patient ....... the rewards are so big for just beeing patient


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March 19, 2018, 02:29:30 AM

Well good afternoon Bitcoinland. Just got online after successful surgery Friday.

I see I missed some excitement while I was away... big dip and big recovery... currently $8172USD/$10700CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It's pretty much back to where it was before I went in. Woke up and decided to fire up the laptop just in time to catch the end of the rally.

I guess my bladder alarm still works.   Cool

Nothing to do now but relax in the Mexican sun and convalesce until I get my sutures removed on Thursday. I can't fly for at least a couple more weeks but at least I can head out to the jungle later this week.

I'm currently toothless with very fragile gums after bone grafts to my jaws. Needless to say, I'm on a totally liquid diet. Ever have pork tacos pureed in a blender? Delicious!

Did anybody actually read Jimbos post ?

Jimbo, i apologise in behalf of all these money orientated people here, they have nothing other than money in their brain.
You heartless bunch.



I find ice cream's easy to eat after having a tooth extraction, and it helps stop any bleeding by freezing wounds. Maybe it also works for bone grafts to the jaws.

Also be careful of antibiotics. The enteric nervous system is fragile.
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March 19, 2018, 02:35:34 AM

Well good afternoon Bitcoinland. Just got online after successful surgery Friday.

I see I missed some excitement while I was away... big dip and big recovery... currently $8172USD/$10700CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It's pretty much back to where it was before I went in. Woke up and decided to fire up the laptop just in time to catch the end of the rally.

I guess my bladder alarm still works.   Cool

Nothing to do now but relax in the Mexican sun and convalesce until I get my sutures removed on Thursday. I can't fly for at least a couple more weeks but at least I can head out to the jungle later this week.

I'm currently toothless with very fragile gums after bone grafts to my jaws. Needless to say, I'm on a totally liquid diet. Ever have pork tacos pureed in a blender? Delicious!

Did anybody actually read Jimbos post ?

Jimbo, i apologise in behalf of all these money orientated people here, they have nothing other than money in their brain.
You heartless bunch.


I read it...the dude is chillin in the sun sippin on some blended tacos. Livin it up!
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Well good afternoon Bitcoinland. Just got online after successful surgery Friday.

I see I missed some excitement while I was away... big dip and big recovery... currently $8172USD/$10700CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It's pretty much back to where it was before I went in. Woke up and decided to fire up the laptop just in time to catch the end of the rally.

I guess my bladder alarm still works.   Cool

Nothing to do now but relax in the Mexican sun and convalesce until I get my sutures removed on Thursday. I can't fly for at least a couple more weeks but at least I can head out to the jungle later this week.

I'm currently toothless with very fragile gums after bone grafts to my jaws. Needless to say, I'm on a totally liquid diet. Ever have pork tacos pureed in a blender? Delicious!

Did anybody actually read Jimbos post ?

Jimbo, i apologise in behalf of all these money orientated people here, they have nothing other than money in their brain.
You heartless bunch.


I read it...the dude is chillin in the sun sippin on some blended tacos. Livin it up!

 Pureed pork tacos, eh? Chillin in the sun you say?  It seems more like JimboToronto is preparing for a clandestine mission to the moon!



 Godspeed.




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Get better soon jimbo:)
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Well good afternoon Bitcoinland. Just got online after successful surgery Friday.

I see I missed some excitement while I was away... big dip and big recovery... currently $8172USD/$10700CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It's pretty much back to where it was before I went in. Woke up and decided to fire up the laptop just in time to catch the end of the rally.

I guess my bladder alarm still works.   Cool

Nothing to do now but relax in the Mexican sun and convalesce until I get my sutures removed on Thursday. I can't fly for at least a couple more weeks but at least I can head out to the jungle later this week.

I'm currently toothless with very fragile gums after bone grafts to my jaws. Needless to say, I'm on a totally liquid diet. Ever have pork tacos pureed in a blender? Delicious!

Did anybody actually read Jimbos post ?

Jimbo, i apologise in behalf of all these money orientated people here, they have nothing other than money in their brain.
You heartless bunch.


I read it...the dude is chillin in the sun sippin on some blended tacos. Livin it up!

Wait, one day you will be toothless. Don´t believe me ?
Just wait ! And it will be no fun, guaranteed . . .



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March 19, 2018, 03:25:36 AM

Talk all you want about Mt.Gox but Putin just won the Presidency of Russia again and let me remind you he will be introducing tax law from July 1st on crypto currency in Russia which is main bear force currently going on. How do I know that? Well there were few of Russians asking to invest in exchanges in Belarus and in my country Serbia.
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oh man

a test at 6000 looks cooked in at this point

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