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Question: Dec. 14 Closing Price:
<$6,000 - 5 (11.9%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 1 (2.4%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 4 (9.5%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 5 (11.9%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 9 (21.4%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 8 (19%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 3 (7.1%)
>$9,000 - 7 (16.7%)
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September 12, 2018, 01:26:55 PM

JJG, yes, that's it. I think the $50 was a kickstarter deal, they may be more now. The first few production batches were sold out. Yes, BIP39 comparability, seed words, easy (hopefully) to restore to another device in case of disaster. The damn thing comes sealed in a bag that changes color if it's opened, the bag's serial number is in the firmware (tamper-proof, proof).

Much more than I can relay is here:  https://coldcardwallet.com/docs/

I was pretty happy with Ledger Nano S, glad to see ledger-live instead of Chrome extensions. I use it only on several Linux variants, but even on latest updates, the USB comm is messing with something. It's killing X, but the OS is still alive underneath. Chrome extension seems to work fine, but I am leery of trusting Mega-corp.

Little nit-picky stuff on the Nano S?  The whole thing physically is a little 'wiggly'. The buttons don't seem physically robust. I would not expect it to take rough treatment. Nano S also has native Electrum support, but I haven't tried it yet (even though Electrum is my favorite software wallet. Paper has been preferred so far, but it was  hassle to sweep the whole thing to extract shitcoins.

The Coldcard has no moving parts, the buttons are all capacitive (sp?) touch (with adjustable debounce and sensitivity), and a much better/bigger display. I think you can pretty much reset anything/everything on it, unless you use the BURNME PIN, that destroys the device.

I'm happy to see that Coldcard has source code available, and encourages home-grown extensions. That of course opens idiots to someday installing bad custom firmware (BUT THEY SAID IT WOULD CURE CANCER!). Conversely, Nano S pretty much just said "it's all a secret. Trust us".

Disclaimer: I am a hardware wallet newbie. Nano S/Coldcard are my only toes in this water.  There are plenty of others. We are obviously at the tip of the iceberg, on what hardware wallets will someday become. I hold/acquire crypto, I'm just trying to learn. I don't really need hardware wallets. Yet.

Coldcard is a new product and only supports bitcoin: no altcoins. Trezor has been around for four years now, Ledger Nano S for two. Best to stick with well tested products with a good history IMO.
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So much irony, it hurts my eyes...  Grin

Well, he wouldn't get it if I wrote it nicely, hence the irony Smiley

His arrogance is getting worse, wasn't so bad half a year ago.

Everyone here is an arrogant cunt. There's no point in trying to single out anyone...

I’ll go out on a limb here and suggest you won’t get any legendaries meriting that post...
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September 12, 2018, 01:49:21 PM

This is the status of investors in 2017



And this is their current plight in 2018

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I’ll go out on a limb here and suggest you won’t get any legendaries meriting that post...

This is tempting me to spend my one remaining merit just to fuck with your mind... I guess that might make me an arrogant cunt though  Embarrassed


Welcome to the Wall Observer thread, Dutch!  Kiss

lol. Have his ass-cheeks cooled down? I want to haze him next  Tongue
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September 12, 2018, 02:41:28 PM





I mean: its more likely for eth to do 1500 euros, as it would for Bitcoin to do 53000 euro's, right? Both doing X10 from today. Taken from this point it seems like a safe bet..


O.k.  Go have fun, and cash out all of your BTC and anything else that you have and place it on the All wonderful ETH...






I will tell you with a conclusion.   Go fuck off with your desire for shit coin discussions to some other thread(s).

Welcome to the Wall Observer thread, Dutch!  Kiss

get rich quick go to dogecoin they are making millionaires as we speak

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Me to Dogecoin investors


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 Grin  Grin LOL
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saturday will be a good day for you a weekend PUMP maybe and a TOP-game @ liverpool ,that are the moments of getting wasted am i right ?  Shocked

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 Grin  Grin LOL

Bullshit ))

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September 12, 2018, 02:56:32 PM

Lulz @ https://www.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/
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September 12, 2018, 03:02:44 PM

funniest thoughts (and yes, this is not really funny)..
ppl in panic, they are starting to blame everything around


https://twitter.com/ezbreh/status/1039881075089010688

Just wow... what a dump

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Tottenham away is a tough game but this Liverpool team is a lot better than recent years. I will be just drinking this weekend as I got a bit crazy last weekend & still feel tired & achey today.

Bitcoin had better start moving upwards soon, I’m getting sick of being under $10,000.
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September 12, 2018, 03:11:20 PM

funniest thoughts (and yes, this is not really funny)..
ppl in panic, they are starting to blame everything around
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Just wow... what a dump

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/09/12/bitmex-accused-of-manipulating-ethereums-price (https://archive.is/Xt7vj)
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September 12, 2018, 03:17:41 PM

Hi;

It seems to be I missed something. What is going to be at September 16th. Is this survey related with possible weekend pump/dump prediction or what?

Kind regards
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But BitMEX is a Derivatives Exchange, don't think that it may affect on the market somehow. Only with some statements. But who is Arthur Hayes? Not so many persons know who is it exactly.
We on the forum know, but what about other crypto-holders?

BitMEX doesn't trade real ETH.

Maybe I'm not right, but I don't think that this is the real reason of this dump.

I think the real reason is unsuccessful ICOs which feel lack of money and sells everything they raised to ensure a continuation of their work
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Maybe I'm not right, but I don't think that this is the real reason of this dump.

I think the real reason is unsuccessful ICOs which feel lack of money and sells everything they raised to ensure a continuation of their work

The real reason is that whale traders loaded up on ETH when no one wanted it or cared. First by the tens of thousands at $0.50/ETC each. Then loaded up again at $18/ETC for several months (during the whole DAO bug fiasco).

You don't think they have plenty of ammo to dump/short ETH into the ground even at the current price? Or just trade for more BTC at this point? Oh boy they do. They can keep this going for quite a while until ETH is back at $18 or lower.

The very definition of a massive, coordinated PnD scam.
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Google play removed Roger's Bitcoin.com wallet  Cheesy

To many people getting scammed i guess.
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September 12, 2018, 04:21:29 PM

Oh boy they do

For sure they can. But why now?
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Oh boy they do

For sure they can. But why now?

The two year pump is over, the hype is over, and they know the mETH heads will double down even in bear market.

I watched it happen to LTC when it went from $48/ltc all the way down to $1.20/ltc. The diehards were calling bottoms and still buying all the way down. Then they completely vanished when it bottomed out. Even the original litcoin forum got hacked and went offline.

The truth is, none of the shitcoins have demonstrated any real world use cases. So they have zero value to justify their trading prices. None. It's all pure hype and speculation that is unwarranted. That is why many of them will fall to near nothing.
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