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This is neat:

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June 08, 2018, 05:47:24 AM
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There are those old depth chart pictures I've missed! I also miss those prices too, if only I've bought more and realized me joking BTC would hit $10k wasn't actually a joke and would be eventually true. $239, oh boy good price. Can we get these depth chart pictures again? What happened to the bot that used to post these?

I wonder?

Is there much of a difference now, buying at $7,600, as compared with buying at $239 in 2015?

Or maybe $7,600 today is like buying at $600 in 2015?  I wonder?

Part of the comparison is that $239 would have been a 77% correction point, down from $1,163.   $7,600 is about a 61% correction point from $19,666  - and $600 would be a 52% correction point from $1,163.... ... If we want to stick with the 61% correction, then we are at about $450, down from $1,163. 

Remember there was a long period between about November 2015 and May 2016, that we were largely stuck between $350 and $450, so getting above $450 seemed a barrier, and then when we finally broke above $450, there was another dip down in July/August 2016, after the Bitfinex"hack" news.  After getting over that Bitfinex "hack" FUD, three digits became a kind of history that was only briefly touched upon again in March 2017..   So recent, yet seems almost like ancient history.

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There are those old depth chart pictures I've missed! I also miss those prices too, if only I've bought more and realized me joking BTC would hit $10k wasn't actually a joke and would be eventually true. $239, oh boy good price. Can we get these depth chart pictures again? What happened to the bot that used to post these?

I wonder?

Is there much of a difference now, buying at $7,600, as compared with buying at $239 in 2015?

Or maybe $7,600 today is like buying at $600 in 2015?  I wonder?

Part of the comparison is that $239 would have been a 77% correction point, down from $1,163.   $7,600 is about a 61% correction point from $19,666  - and $600 would be a 52% correction point from $1,163.... ... If we want to stick with the 61% correction, then we are at about $450, down from $1,163.  

Remember there was a long period between about November 2015 and May 2016, that we were largely stuck between $350 and $450, so getting above $450 seemed a barrier, and then when we finally broke above $450, there was another dip down in July/August 2016, after the Bitfinex"hack" news.  After getting over that Bitfinex "hack" FUD, three digits became a kind of history that was only briefly touched upon again in March 2017..   So recent, yet seems almost like ancient history.




Ahhh my first major dip big buy

big difference now

no profit from $239 to $7600

regardless of what now happens unless you return to $239

it all counts
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June 08, 2018, 08:44:33 AM

Wow.  An hour between posts.  Is Wall Observer dead?




I usually take the chance to go back and read some very insightful comments made here by a few of you which always remind me why I landed here in the first place!
A break from the daily routine is always good
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June 08, 2018, 09:05:22 AM

also WO is like 20 pages further anything funny happend ?
We read infinite JayJuanGee posts and were fascinated by the material:
https://i.imgur.com/nzmUdL1.gif
And, like this, too:
http://blog0r.com/wp-content/gallery/cat-memes/9.jpg

Keeping in line with this whole Zen thing, whenever I read JJG posts that start to irritate me, I just go to my happy place...



EDIT: In other news...

https://mashable.com/2018/06/06/bitcoin-cash-stolen-tank/
"Bitcoin Cash evangelist accused of joyriding stolen armored vehicle in Virginia"



micgoossens was totally defeated for two days all started with a birthday dinner at belgiums finest resto ..... with the all into crypto friends....
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and as a non smoker (never smoking) i hit a joint for only 5 inhales,  NEVER i was so f***** up as those few hours

I'm likely going to be in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven, and cross over into Belgium to visit extended framily, in late September.

... seriously considering blowing my OpSec to catch up with you, and have a brew, or two.

You seem like a cool dude.   


whenever in belgium its no problem at all to have a few drinks (end of august first few week of september  i'm in barcelona main event....) for the rest just hanging out around antwerp city
 Grin            (also 3 cool holland city's gonna like those)
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June 08, 2018, 10:04:59 AM

Andy Warhol Is a Bitcoin Star for 15 Minutes

Thanks to the blockchain, anyone can own a tiny part of a masterpiece. They just can’t touch it.

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-06-08/andy-warhol-bitcoins-are-famous-for-15-minutes
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June 08, 2018, 10:21:16 AM

Looks like this?


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There are those old depth chart pictures I've missed! I also miss those prices too, if only I've bought more and realized me joking BTC would hit $10k wasn't actually a joke and would be eventually true. $239, oh boy good price. Can we get these depth chart pictures again? What happened to the bot that used to post these?

I wonder?

Is there much of a difference now, buying at $7,600, as compared with buying at $239 in 2015?

Or maybe $7,600 today is like buying at $600 in 2015?  I wonder?

Part of the comparison is that $239 would have been a 77% correction point, down from $1,163.   $7,600 is about a 61% correction point from $19,666  - and $600 would be a 52% correction point from $1,163.... ... If we want to stick with the 61% correction, then we are at about $450, down from $1,163. 

Remember there was a long period between about November 2015 and May 2016, that we were largely stuck between $350 and $450, so getting above $450 seemed a barrier, and then when we finally broke above $450, there was another dip down in July/August 2016, after the Bitfinex"hack" news.  After getting over that Bitfinex "hack" FUD, three digits became a kind of history that was only briefly touched upon again in March 2017..   So recent, yet seems almost like ancient history.



I bought all of mine for under £400 in 2014.

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June 08, 2018, 11:08:28 AM

^ We are swimming in the same waters
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June 08, 2018, 11:48:35 AM

Wow.  An hour between posts.  Is Wall Observer dead?


Is that Björk ?

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June 08, 2018, 12:07:09 PM

Wow.  An hour between posts.  Is Wall Observer dead?


Is that Björk ?

 Good eye!


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June 08, 2018, 12:13:46 PM
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Wow.  An hour between posts.  Is Wall Observer dead?




I usually take the chance to go back and read some very insightful comments made here by a few of you which always remind me why I landed here in the first place!
A break from the daily routine is always good

 Last night, I was torn between watching the results of our provincial election in which the communists (okay, New Democrats) threatened a majority gov't and the Liberals (former majority for far too long) were set to lose most of their seats and possibly official party status (essentially no voice in parliament) while the party of the brother of the late crack-smoking mayor of Toronto (the Progressive Conservatives) vied with the Communists for a majority, watching Alexander Mikhailovich Ovechkin together with his Washington Capitals together win his first ever Stanley cup and coverage of the G7 summit preparation in Quebec where security forces now outnumber local residents in a tiny little town two hours from civilization.  They've so far erected a 1.5 km barbed-wire fence (I can only assume to keep out bears, moose, skunks and opossums) and placed the media center for journalists a two hour drive away in Quebec city... meanwhile it's heating up literally:



 Anyway, I just couldn't believe there was nothing going on in Wall Observer.  That was more worrisome than anything.

 As an aside, the commies didn't win but we did get the brother of the late crack-smoking mayor of Toronto as the new Premier of Ontario.


edit: figured my 4000th post should be a little wordier than usual.  How'd I do JG?

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June 08, 2018, 12:14:01 PM

Another of my charts

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There are those old depth chart pictures I've missed! I also miss those prices too, if only I've bought more and realized me joking BTC would hit $10k wasn't actually a joke and would be eventually true. $239, oh boy good price. Can we get these depth chart pictures again? What happened to the bot that used to post these?

I wonder?

Is there much of a difference now, buying at $7,600, as compared with buying at $239 in 2015?

Or maybe $7,600 today is like buying at $600 in 2015?  I wonder?

Part of the comparison is that $239 would have been a 77% correction point, down from $1,163.   $7,600 is about a 61% correction point from $19,666  - and $600 would be a 52% correction point from $1,163.... ... If we want to stick with the 61% correction, then we are at about $450, down from $1,163. 

Remember there was a long period between about November 2015 and May 2016, that we were largely stuck between $350 and $450, so getting above $450 seemed a barrier, and then when we finally broke above $450, there was another dip down in July/August 2016, after the Bitfinex"hack" news.  After getting over that Bitfinex "hack" FUD, three digits became a kind of history that was only briefly touched upon again in March 2017..   So recent, yet seems almost like ancient history.



I bought all of mine for under £400 in 2014.

Beautiful, just beautiful Cheesy

Not really sure what my stash cost me tbh.
I paid a ridorkulous electric bill for a year in 2015 for the
majority of them. I think I did ok....
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June 08, 2018, 12:24:50 PM

Another of my charts



I think all of us in here can find a way to live with that  Cool
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June 08, 2018, 12:25:16 PM

The IMF is positive on crypto!   Shocked Shocked

http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/fandd/2018/06/central-bank-monetary-policy-and-cryptocurrencies/he.htm

credits to: Ivan on Tech
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June 08, 2018, 12:43:31 PM


You do know the IMF is second only to the BIS in terms of world usury enslavement, right?  If anyone from the BIS, IMF, or any Jew in general says anything remotely endorsing cryptocurrency or bitcoin, it means pick up a sledgehammer and start smashing anything you can find that resembles bitcoin at all.
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June 08, 2018, 12:50:15 PM


Interesting little niche market but I just can’t help thinking how many more coins will be lost forever.

I don’t like how the lifetime of the private key flash chip is “somewhere between 25 and 100 years.”

Really?  Huh

Paper please.
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June 08, 2018, 12:51:43 PM

I like how Germany is good in accepting crypto.

German Banks Have the Right to Exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum to Euros on ATMs Says Regulator

Germany’s FCA, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), has clarified that banks have the right to offer bitcoin or eth to euro exchanges on ATMs.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/06/05/german-banks-right-exchange-bitcoin-ethereum-euros-atms-says-regulator
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