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October 02, 2018, 10:46:27 AM
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The fractal says a low of $3,800 in January 2019 but let’s wait and see.  It won’t be an exact match and lots of whales will be aggressively trying to chop up the market.

Epic Valentine's night bitcoin bo3300m

Shell-shocked nerds sitting alone in unwashed basements all down the West coast
frantically putting their pizza pennies into pizdacoin
fooling themselves they're 'fasting'
Rosey McMayor meanwhile flashing his failing fiat wallet and a scuffed-up 'Labyrinths'
fucking all the Virginia vaginas.
Sheeeit!

ContraryBeary smugly quoting his own pinko posts
rather too large
SteadieEddie quietly claiming profits
while the Goose says 'hold'.
Abercrombie pops in, becoin and TedEBare
thermos struggles with the server load
squabbling. cussing. ignorings
Sheeeit!

Then, a bit too early: Who bought the dip?
Finally the liquidations subside
a whale buys a boatload of blyatcoin
finex and mex reopen from their scheduled maintenance
at far higher prices
dream prices
That's it!
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October 02, 2018, 10:53:55 AM

The fractal says a low of $3,800 in January 2019 but let’s wait and see.  It won’t be an exact match and lots of whales will be aggressively trying to chop up the market.

Epic Valentine's night bitcoin bo3300m

Shell-shocked nerds sitting alone in unwashed basements all down the West coast
frantically putting their pizza pennies into pizdacoin
fooling themselves they're 'fasting'
Rosey McMayor meanwhile flashing his failing fiat wallet and a scuffed-up 'Labyrinths'
fucking all the Virginia vaginas.
Sheeeit!


ContraryBeary smugly quoting his own pinko posts
rather too large
SteadieEddie quietly claiming profits
while the Goose says 'hold'.
Abercrombie pops in, becoin and TedEBare
thermos struggles with the server load
squabbling. cussing. ignorings
Sheeeit!


Then, a bit too early: Who bought the dip?
Finally the liquidations subside
a whale buys a boatload of blyatcoin
finex and mex reopen from their scheduled maintenance
at far higher prices
dream prices
That's it!

FTFY  Grin
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October 02, 2018, 10:54:50 AM

I'm curious to find out if the end-of-year rally will take us to $10.000.

 I'm curious to find out if end-of-year rally.


 I'm curious to find out if end-of-year.

I'm curious too Smiley

One of these days... Bang! Zoom! Straight to the Moon!

There is almost no scenario in which the price would go straight up, for example to a new ATH within a day or even within a week.  I'm not even sure whether an ETF approval would cause that, or some kind of news that some country has made bitcoin it's official currency.  Perhaps, but I have real doubts about such sudden exponential movement without any correction.

On the other hand, it is not likely, but we could get 100% or 200% within a week.. or we could get a kind of gradual UP and then, BAM, a sudden 100% to 200% UP within a week.  Is that what you mean by one of these days, moon?

Is moon past the previous ATH or is it some other number?

Where is "moon" exactly?



Mood is mostly optimistic here:
https://www.tradingview.com/symbols/BTCUSD/


Currently, when I click on that linked website, it shows a daily summary of "sell" as ranking 11 and "buy" as ranking 6, and "neutral" as ranking 9.   That is "optimistic"?  Looks like optimistic for flat or downward price movement, at least on the daily, no?

By the way, I do see that if I click on "show more" then I can see more indicators, and if I click on monthly then all then needles move more towards "buy".. I had not seen that website before, so merit for providing that information.




if ((amount of btc * btc price) > target net worth) then MOON
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October 02, 2018, 11:20:30 AM


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That being said, have you guys read this? https://www.coindesk.com/bill-clinton-ripple-event-blockchain-regulation/

It seems Clinton feels like he should chime in too, now that everybody who is somebody is chiming in. And of course another big name who has no idea what blockchain or bitcoin is throwing mud on the whole name of cryptocurrency and the concept of blockchain itself.
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October 02, 2018, 11:24:05 AM

I should do moar coke. Embarrassed

mmmm thats why you wanna sell some BTC's
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October 02, 2018, 11:33:26 AM

I've never had anything substantial to say or contribute and yet here I am. It never ends with me.

Indeed, you are a total staple.
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October 02, 2018, 11:40:46 AM

If I’m not retired by mid 30’s via bitcoin then I’m going to do something stupid like become the next Bundy.
You heard it here first (I’m joking).

Or am I?

 What shoe salesman?  Not sure I follow...
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October 02, 2018, 11:42:26 AM

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Contemporary Action Theory, Volume I (Individual Action) is concerned with topics in philosophical action theory such as reasons and causes of action, intentions, freedom of will and of action, omissions and norms in legal and ethical contexts, as well as activity, passivity and competence from medical points of view. Cognitive trying, freedom of the will and agent causation are challenges in the discussion on computers in action. The Volume consists of contributions by leading experts in the field written specifically for this volume. No comparable volume currently exists.
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It was then that I suddenly realized exactly what had led me to pick up programming when I was young, and to continue studying every aspect of computing I could lay my hands on. It was the notion that a computer could make me smarter. Not literally, of course – no more than a bulldozer is able to make me stronger. I thirsted for a machine which would let me understand and create more complex ideas than my unassisted mind is capable of, in the same way that heavy construction equipment can let mediocre biceps move mountains. http://www.loper-os.org/?p=8
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Used to be at best indifferent to computers, all the while dumbly praising cars 'because it's a tiny bit of freedom in this world'. Now I've realised these machines can help us fully regain our sovereignty. With the help of course, of the other people 'in bitcoin'.
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Contemporary Action Theory, Volume I (Individual Action) is concerned with topics in philosophical action theory such as reasons and causes of action, intentions, freedom of will and of action, omissions and norms in legal and ethical contexts, as well as activity, passivity and competence from medical points of view. Cognitive trying, freedom of the will and agent causation are challenges in the discussion on computers in action. The Volume consists of contributions by leading experts in the field written specifically for this volume. No comparable volume currently exists.
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It was then that I suddenly realized exactly what had led me to pick up programming when I was young, and to continue studying every aspect of computing I could lay my hands on. It was the notion that a computer could make me smarter. Not literally, of course – no more than a bulldozer is able to make me stronger. I thirsted for a machine which would let me understand and create more complex ideas than my unassisted mind is capable of, in the same way that heavy construction equipment can let mediocre biceps move mountains. http://www.loper-os.org/?p=8
and was hooked.
Used to be at best indifferent to computers, all the while dumbly praising cars 'because it's a tiny bit of freedom in this world'. Now I've realised these machines can help us fully regain our sovereignty. With the help of course, of the other people 'in bitcoin'.
That is almost inevitably where technology is leading. Costs are on a steady downward path and eventually things will be so easily accessible that you'd have to be beyond retarded to go down some fuckwit path that could risk your livelihood in a world of abundance.

Sure, there's still likely going to be classes of people, as there are always those that push in any specific direction much more rigorously than others. But that's perfectly fine and nobody would even think of making an issue out of it when the bottom of the barrel can satisfy all their relevant material desires and thus stay in perpetual distraction of the results of their laziness.

Let's not forget that even many poor people (in a proportion I am unaware of) are living far better than kings did not very long ago already.
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October 02, 2018, 12:21:07 PM


That is not that bearish prediction, but totally reasonable one. You need to understand that bull market forms very slow and only after old ATH gets reached escalate. But what concern me much more is the next economic crisis. It might strike in middle of the next Bitcoin bull run and breaks it. Something as it happened in 2008 and is predict to be much bigger this time since it will also involve China, could delay Bitcoin bull market for whole two years.
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October 02, 2018, 12:23:59 PM
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That is not that bearish prediction, but totally reasonable one. You need to understand that bull market forms very slow and only after old ATH gets reached escalate. But what concern me much more is the next economic crisis. It might strike in middle of the next Bitcoin bull run and breaks it. Something as it happened in 2008 and is predict to be much bigger this time since it will also involve China, could delay Bitcoin bull market for whole two years.
First off, past performance doesn't predict the future. And secondly, it is a bearish prediction if you consider the snowball effect of user growth, which implies accelerating growth of capital up to some saturation level.
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October 02, 2018, 12:36:57 PM

That being said, have you guys read this? https://www.coindesk.com/bill-clinton-ripple-event-blockchain-regulation/

It seems Clinton feels like he should chime in too, now that everybody who is somebody is chiming in. And of course another big name who has no idea what blockchain or bitcoin is throwing mud on the whole name of cryptocurrency and the concept of blockchain itself.

Cause ain't no such things as halfway crooks
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October 02, 2018, 12:39:36 PM

Hopefully we go up. Lets see.

$BTC Historical Q4 chart.

2011 - +215% 📈
2012 - +27% 📈
2013 - +651% 📈
2014 - -47% ♿️
2015 - +88% 📈
2016 - +59% 📈
2017 - +255% 📈
2018 - ? 👁️

We are due for a bad Q4.



https://twitter.com/Thrillmex/status/1047077525061435392
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October 02, 2018, 12:41:08 PM

That being said, have you guys read this? https://www.coindesk.com/bill-clinton-ripple-event-blockchain-regulation/

It seems Clinton feels like he should chime in too, now that everybody who is somebody is chiming in. And of course another big name who has no idea what blockchain or bitcoin is throwing mud on the whole name of cryptocurrency and the concept of blockchain itself.

Cause ain't no such things as halfway crooks

btw he probably thought that was a nipple conference
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October 02, 2018, 01:02:39 PM

We are due for a bad Q4.

Nah... price today = price 3 months ago = price 6 months ago.

What usually happens after such long long sideways move?
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Descending Triangle pattern in technical analysis. Based on here to predict that there will be strong pump next.
But that does not mean that this will happen. The world is holding breath waiting for the BTC will break next to the top edge or bottom edge.

This is a personal opinion for reference!
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October 02, 2018, 01:18:41 PM

It's just paid PR, nothing more nothing less.
Bill Clinton will talk about hamsters for two hours as long as you pay his usual rate.

https://www.thoughtco.com/former-presidents-speaking-fees-3368127

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Clinton makes no bones about why he charges so much.

“I gotta pay our bills,” he told NBC News.
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October 02, 2018, 01:37:07 PM

This is a personal opinion for reference!

It's tricky to draw the bottom line.

It could very well be slightly descending or ascending. Depends on scale.
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October 02, 2018, 01:40:09 PM

Meanwhile, I give up. The show's over for me. This money can be put to better use somewhere. I'm sure of it. Thus and so I'm cashing the fuck out before I do anymore damage to myself. God speed, you lot of sophisticates. Give my regards to mister Toronto.

Cheers and bon voyage or whatever.
No need to give up. Don't get eaten up by the beast. I had to do a BTC detox recently, it was becoming too much for me.
Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.

I said it elsewhere probably and I'll state it again. We are at war, we are fighting for our freedom. Nobody said it was easy since free people (with lots of money) are the most dangerous lot.

Be well and take care Mayor


I'm just coming off what I thought was a months long BTC detox. It didn't seem to work. I sincerely do wish you the best for you.

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Get this fucking Islamic Content out of this thread.

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