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Question: Probability that we've seen the bottom of this bear market:
0% - 1 (2.1%)
1-5% - 2 (4.2%)
6-10% - 0 (0%)
11-15% - 0 (0%)
16-20% - 1 (2.1%)
21-25% - 0 (0%)
26-30% - 1 (2.1%)
31-35% - 0 (0%)
36-40% - 1 (2.1%)
41-45% - 2 (4.2%)
46-50% - 1 (2.1%)
51-55% - 1 (2.1%)
56-60% - 1 (2.1%)
61-65% - 0 (0%)
66-70% - 2 (4.2%)
71-75% - 1 (2.1%)
76-80% - 3 (6.3%)
81-85% - 6 (12.5%)
86-90% - 7 (14.6%)
91-95% - 5 (10.4%)
96-99% - 3 (6.3%)
100% - 10 (20.8%)
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August 31, 2018, 05:59:49 PM

We need BIGGER price moves for my orders to trigger, whether buying or selling... 

Still harvesting the volatility at a $125 increment.

#justsayin'

Sooner or later every volatility harvester gets REKT. Bitcoin is unstoppable!

#justsayin'
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Well, some serious shit must be going on, because imgur is having issues.

People must be uploading pump memes at an astonishing rate !!!

 I'm pretty sure I broke it last night with a 47 MB animated gif....
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August 31, 2018, 06:01:42 PM

I enjoy the civil war in camp bCash, the mud fight is very amusing.

I find it quite amusing as well. Even though a significant portion of my wealth hangs in the balance. Gallows humor?

Ah, well. It will be settled in the fashion of Bitcoin:
"They vote with their CPU proof-of-worker, expressing their acceptance of valid blocks by working on extending them and rejecting invalid blocks by refusing to work on them. Any needed rules and incentives can be enforced with this consensus mechanism."
 - Bitcoin whitepaper, S Nakamoto
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August 31, 2018, 06:05:57 PM

Well, some serious shit must be going on, because imgur is having issues.

People must be uploading pump memes at an astonishing rate !!!

imgflip  Roll Eyes

aaand weekend pump perhaps
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(30-40 pages further down the road... working my way slowly, I know, but life is keeping me away)

Oh, now I see. The mainstream definition of "tentacle porn" didn't give me a hint about the delicacy found by Last of the V8s. A gem, as usual. Well, I'll have raw octopus too, please.


ahhh, but now you are in for 20 pages of ass eating

Eating? Who talked about eating??
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The timeframe doesn't match your arguments  Grin
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is it flippening again?

edit: combo breaker Grin
edit2: I think he gets paid per post and not per word

You mean I'm entitled to renumeration? I'm offering vroom a 10% finder's fee.
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August 31, 2018, 06:23:23 PM

Sooner or later every volatility harvester gets REKT.

'splain yourself. I'm making bank in $USD terms and in BTC terms. You makka no sense!

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Irrelevant to your above claim.
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The timeframe doesn't match your arguments  Grin

 Start from the bottom up like any scam.
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On the flight to Barcelona .... time for a little gambling and poker tournaments  Grin
So come on BTC give me a holiday (short trip) PUMP followed bu a weekend pump and its all fine by me
Hope to visit a few good resto’s as well there

let BTC follow my Rollercoaster tattoo as i take off in 5 MINUTES first destination the sky Grin
ooh Pulpo Galetto yum

hungry now

NO man ain’t Going for that shit ..... Will be eating few BTCworthy meals  Roll Eyes

(Wouldn't that be Pulpo Gallego?)

I suggest you reconsider. You love lobster, right? Chances are pretty high you'll also like the humbler but sophisticated (working-classy  Cheesy) Galician style octopus. Try it.

Since you also seem to like quality wines, I would suggest a slightly tart white wine to wash the tentacles down - like a German Riesling, or a decent Sauvignon blanc, or a working-classy vinho verde (branco) from neighboring Portugal.
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The timeframe doesn't match your arguments  Grin

 Start from the bottom up like any scam.


Sorry for thinking strait  Tongue
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August 31, 2018, 06:52:06 PM

via Imgflip Meme Generator

Common start the weekend engine’s
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August 31, 2018, 07:49:11 PM

^^
Yeah indeed .... even from 200-300 to the price of today is incredible

I started at an average cost per BTC around $1,200 in late 2013, but that did not last long because as we know the price continued to drop for about a year and then get stuck in a low point of mid $200s for nearly another year, so buying as the price came down brought down my average cost per BTC to about $500 by early 2017.  In early 2017, I had some phone porting hacker issues when the BTC prices were in the $1,100 arena which caused my cost per BTC to rise to over $700 (due to losses)..... ..

I guess that my point is even if any of us BTC HODLers have some screw ups along the way that bring up our average cost per BTC, just from being in BTC for so long and striving towards BTC accumulation we still are likely sitting fairly pretty from the great BTC price appreciation.... even if we may not have received the full value of that two year long BTC price appreciation that started from $250 in mid to late 2015. 

I understand that there are also some BTC HODLers that might be in the $2k to $5k per BTC costs, and even they are not in a bad place with current BTC price dynamics and the threats that the price might go lower.. (but it might not, also... hahahaha)

The HODLers who are in the red, right now (might have average costs per BTC in the $8k to $19k range, but it really seems a lack of commitment to BTC if anyone has not been able to bring down their cost per BTC during the last more than 6 months), probably need to HODL and continue to buy BTC to continue to attempt to bring down their average cost per BTC, and it seems quite likely that just a few years down the road and perhaps as long as 5-10 years they are quite likely to experience decent price appreciation that outcompetes various traditional investments (no guarantee of course, but strategy and plan can help to increase the odds of HODLers and their position in the upcoming world that is likely to include more BTC awareness into the future).
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Yeah indeed .... even from 200-300 to the price of today is incredible

I started at an average cost per BTC around $1,200 in late 2013, but that did not last long because as we know the price continued to drop for about a year and then get stuck in a low point of mid $200s for nearly another year, so buying as the price came down brought down my average cost per BTC to about $500 by early 2017.  In early 2017, I had some phone porting hacker issues when the BTC prices were in the $1,100 arena which caused my cost per BTC to rise to over $700 (due to losses)..... ..

I guess that my point is even if any of us BTC HODLers have some screw ups along the way that bring up our average cost per BTC, just from being in BTC for so long and striving towards BTC accumulation we still are likely sitting fairly pretty from the great BTC price appreciation.... even if we may not have received the full value of that two year long BTC price appreciation that started from $250 in mid to late 2015. 

I understand that there are also some BTC HODLers that might be in the $2k to $5k per BTC costs, and even they are not in a bad place with current BTC price dynamics and the threats that the price might go lower.. (but it might not, also... hahahaha)

The HODLers who are in the red, right now (might have average costs per BTC in the $8k to $19k range, but it really seems a lack of commitment to BTC if anyone has not been able to bring down their cost per BTC during the last more than 6 months), probably need to HODL and continue to buy BTC to continue to attempt to bring down their average cost per BTC, and it seems quite likely that just a few years down the road and perhaps as long as 5-10 years they are quite likely to experience decent price appreciation that outcompetes various traditional investments (no guarantee of course, but strategy and plan can help to increase the odds of HODLers and their position in the upcoming world that is likely to include more BTC awareness into the future).

My friend Just the same .... bought the top @2013.... and bought and played poker for as Many btc’s that he could what i’m surely know to be considered a big amount
Those  2 years of price decrease he adviced all of his friends and etc to buy Some of iT and like NOT one did buy cause iT was only dropping in price  Roll Eyes

I Just met Him and got my btc story from When iT was hitting a bit over 350-ish....
today the day he still saying i’m the biggest luckbox that he knows cause from there iT was only Going up  Roll Eyes

Offcourse all the old friend and NOCOINERS had growing intrest When btc was hitting 2-3-4K and fomo’d in
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August 31, 2018, 08:22:38 PM

Are we done with the ass eating posts? Roll Eyes
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August 31, 2018, 09:01:32 PM

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Yeah indeed .... even from 200-300 to the price of today is incredible

I started at an average cost per BTC around $1,200 in late 2013, but that did not last long because as we know the price continued to drop for about a year and then get stuck in a low point of mid $200s for nearly another year, so buying as the price came down brought down my average cost per BTC to about $500 by early 2017.  In early 2017, I had some phone porting hacker issues when the BTC prices were in the $1,100 arena which caused my cost per BTC to rise to over $700 (due to losses)..... ..

I guess that my point is even if any of us BTC HODLers have some screw ups along the way that bring up our average cost per BTC, just from being in BTC for so long and striving towards BTC accumulation we still are likely sitting fairly pretty from the great BTC price appreciation.... even if we may not have received the full value of that two year long BTC price appreciation that started from $250 in mid to late 2015.  

I understand that there are also some BTC HODLers that might be in the $2k to $5k per BTC costs, and even they are not in a bad place with current BTC price dynamics and the threats that the price might go lower.. (but it might not, also... hahahaha)

The HODLers who are in the red, right now (might have average costs per BTC in the $8k to $19k range, but it really seems a lack of commitment to BTC if anyone has not been able to bring down their cost per BTC during the last more than 6 months), probably need to HODL and continue to buy BTC to continue to attempt to bring down their average cost per BTC, and it seems quite likely that just a few years down the road and perhaps as long as 5-10 years they are quite likely to experience decent price appreciation that outcompetes various traditional investments (no guarantee of course, but strategy and plan can help to increase the odds of HODLers and their position in the upcoming world that is likely to include more BTC awareness into the future).

I'm not disciplined enough to know my average cost, would be intresting to know though. First time I bought bitcoin was coming down from its MtGox $32 dollar all time high and I was in the red for ages afterwards because it kept going all the way down to $2. However I lost my entire first stash in the bitcoinica hack. Last time I bought was in the $250 range. I sold off a bunch too early though still at extremely good profit. I don't think the strategy of buying all the way down and selling all the way up works for me. I like to try and time bottoms to accumulate then mostly hodl, if I can i will try to diversify on tops. That might mean only a few trades in a few years. Banking problems hindered me on the last top. Its a constant learning experience.

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