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March 19, 2018, 08:44:15 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.

let it come i am ready Wink
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March 19, 2018, 08:52:48 PM

Back where we were before the weekend.
Last 2 days = wiped from my memory.
Continue as before please.
Really, I was preparing to even coldwallet my trading coins and just move to other things for a very long time as I did in 2014.

What's keeping you from doing exactly that?

Addiction to bitcointalk.org?

Yeah, something about that too... but it is more that for some reason (addiction most probably) I feel that I need to keep babysitting my orders and follow news, bitcointalk, etc.... To really hodl and forget about Bitcoin I would need to stop trading completely. I suppose I would still visit here once in a while... or maybe not....
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March 19, 2018, 08:55:46 PM
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You guys think Bitcoin is the only thing plagued by FUD?

Look at Facebook:

Years of nothing but bull rally and the MSM is all sunshine, rainbows and lollipops on the stock.

But when technicals start to breakdown and signal a rollover in the stock, suddenly out of left field some shit FUD comes out about Cambridge Analytica. Perfectly timed, no less.

Fucking hilarious to me. All markets are rigged.  Roll Eyes


Considering there are...what...3 companies that control all of US media...they have it pretty much in the bag on how they can manipulate things.

Before we had bitcoin many where clueless as to economy and market forces. However since then we have had a tsunami of newbie traders and market watchers and even some old school tactics by unsavory types expose the crypto community to things like penny stock fraud aka fraudulent ico's or fork's that lead to - insider trading - market collusion - and so on...

Armed with this new perspective. What once was hard if not impossible to recognize by the general public, has been made slightly opaque in its nature.

Factor in software analytics of usage cases and we get studies about how twitter participation has influenced public opinion in both social, and political perspectives.

If applied to crypto market, factor in the open nature of the distributed model with its abundant market transactions. What the G20 discussion alluded to is that there is presently laws in place that can crack down on crypto exchange operations complying with conformity.

IMO such a move will end another thorn in the crypto market. By removing the obscurity associated with the old paradigm of means of trade. Moves like this makes things like decentralized exchange a possibility.

"Necessity is the mother of invention"
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Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.




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March 19, 2018, 09:02:11 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.

let it come i am ready Wink


bitcoin has died 269 times

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March 19, 2018, 09:03:05 PM
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Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.



 Yeah yeah. Sure. We've heard that one before!!  ...and a drink too I suppose?  
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March 19, 2018, 09:04:36 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.


Gotta admit I am a sucker for an asymmetrical bet.

I mean... aren't we all, kinda?
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March 19, 2018, 09:06:33 PM
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Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.


Gotta admit I am a sucker for an asymmetrical bet.

I mean... aren't we all, kinda?

 So you don't think the merit will be worth more than $946k by the end of the year?  Fingers crossed....

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March 19, 2018, 09:06:50 PM

maybe btc is different, but pumps like this are typical for bear markets.
bull usually does not involve 20-30% day gains (apart from blowoff tops).
we shall see.

I hate to say it, but you are probably right.

Still... you DO see bigass candles on bigass volume when markets TURN.

Is that happening?  Million dollar (1btc?) question.

Not to be Debbie Downer, but do you remember in summer of 2014 when:

1. Price was held steady sideways @ $420/btc for nearly 2-1/2 months. Almost the whole summer. This felt like forever.

2. Price then pumped with bull flags to ~$650/btc. or so. Many said this was the sign that the downturn and sideways was over.

3. Price crashed again in 2015 to ~$200/btc. .... nearly 7 months later!

That's why I've never trusted this market. Once whales have control of the float, they can peg it wherever they want for whatever length of time they wish.

Just buy on a set schedule and fuggedaboutit. Like you would with gold or silver.


Yeah right....  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes      You don't give up with your market manipulation theories and your feelings of impending doom.  From a positive perspective, that is a sign of one sturdy and turdy shell-shocked bitcoin soldier.



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March 19, 2018, 09:11:20 PM
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Meanwhile, my Bitcoin is still fiat-worth more than a good part of 2017. No complaints here  Shocked Roll Eyes
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March 19, 2018, 09:12:50 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.



 Yeah yeah. Sure. We've heard that one before!!  ...and a drink too I suppose?  

a measly drink? what about a brewery?
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March 19, 2018, 09:16:10 PM
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Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.



 Yeah yeah. Sure. We've heard that one before!!  ...and a drink too I suppose?  

a measly drink? what about a brewery?

 You sir are a bad influence on my generally puritan lifestyle!
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Crypto starts at page 200.

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CONCLUSION
Technology presents evolving challenges and generates new
solutions. Blockchain technology essentially stores and transmits
data securely, in large volume, and at high speeds. So far, the
technology has proved largely resistant to hacking, and given this
feature, developers first applied it to digital currencies. Yet
blockchain has many more potential applications, such as portable
medical records and securing the critical financial and energy
infrastructure that the
Report
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Recommendations

Policymakers and the public should become more familiar
with digital currencies and other uses of blockchain
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technology, which have a wide range of applications in the
future.

Regulators should continue to coordinate among each
other  to  guarantee  coherent  policy  frameworks,
definitions, and jurisdiction.

Policymakers,  regulators,  and  entrepreneurs  should
continue to work together to ensure developers can deploy
these new blockchain technologies quickly and in a
manner that protects Americans from fraud, theft, and
abuse,  while  ensuring  compliance  with  relevant
regulations.

Government agencies at all levels should consider and
examine new uses for this technology that could make the
government more efficient in performing its functions

https://www.congress.gov/115/crpt/hrpt596/CRPT-115hrpt596.pdf
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March 19, 2018, 09:29:29 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.






Is offering a lambo for meriting your post begging for merit excessively?



Do not beg for merit excessively.


PS

Do you mean a top of the range lambo, or one of the shit shaped ones that only cost half as much as the top of the range ones?
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Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.






I am too new to have merits so in proportion can you give me the left hand wheel or one order lower the right to occasionally receive a picture of the inside of a glove box?
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March 19, 2018, 09:31:17 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.






Is offering a lambo for meriting your post begging for merit excessively?



Do not beg for merit excessively.




Oh Damn i am now waiting for that price, then i Will sell my btc stash....
We Will have a longgggg longggg road Roll Eyes
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March 19, 2018, 09:32:11 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.



 Yeah yeah. Sure. We've heard that one before!!  ...and a drink too I suppose?  
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I haven't had my midlife crisis yet. Grin
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March 19, 2018, 09:34:02 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.






Is offering a lambo for meriting your post begging for merit excessively?



Do not beg for merit excessively.


 Naw, this thread is semi-autonomous.  We're like wild horses... or free-range chickens or some such thing.
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March 19, 2018, 09:35:19 PM

Bitcoin is unfolding like the dotcom crash — just 15 times faster

Edit: Amazon crashed from a high of over $100, to a low of about $10 in 2000. 18 years later, they hit $1,578. If we apply the same recovery gain percentage to the recent bitcoin low of ~$6,000, and assume 15x recovery speed, we'd hit ~$946,000 in Apr. 2019. This is all based on questionable math and a clickbait article, but still fun to think about.


$946k per btc in about a year? if that comes true I will buy a lambo for everyone that merits this post.


Looks fair to me. I'll take white, please.
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March 19, 2018, 09:40:12 PM

And Bob's statement about EVERYONE being wrong largely amounts to a whimpy-ass and emotional capitulation outburst.

That's, like, your opinion, man.

Still HODLing.

Come at me, bro.

just that sentence..... for real
i got tattood on my arm... ; YEAH WELL...YOU KNOW THAT'S JUST LIKE YOUR OPINION MAN
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