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Question: What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2019 - 43 (28.7%)
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2021 - 34 (22.7%)
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2023 - 1 (0.7%)
Never - 5 (3.3%)
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November 03, 2018, 04:04:20 PM

Gabor Gurbacs, director of digital asset strategies at VanEck, discusses how his company is trying to launch a bitcoin ETF.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-NsYj8Ic3U


How can you not be uber-bullish about bitcoin?! Fidelity, Bakkt, Van Eck ETF, all of these will help bring about a new bull run in bitcoin.



Also, here's a flashback when bitcoin hit $100 in 2013, CNBC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3XvCbh8pQU
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November 03, 2018, 04:54:30 PM
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hmm which to open first?



You don't actually store your wine that way do you?

It just arrived, I tend to store it inside (me) ASAP

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November 03, 2018, 05:04:15 PM

hmm which to open first?



You don't actually store your wine that way do you?

It just arrived, I tend to store it inside (me) ASAP



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November 03, 2018, 05:10:33 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Still as flat as Britney Spears without autotune... currently $6361USD/$8346CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Couldn't wait any longer, sold a couple of coins to pay for my trip/implants. Didn't do too badly. I got just over $8kCAD per coin in a semi-OTC transaction with an ATM operator.

Could have been worse.
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November 03, 2018, 05:13:17 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Still as flat as Britney Spears without autotune... currently $6361USD/$8346CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Couldn't wait any longer, sold a couple of coins to pay for my trip/implants. Didn't do too badly. I got just over $8kCAD per coin in a semi-OTC transaction with an ATM operator.

Could have been worse.

don't you DUMP the price................ Roll Eyes
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November 03, 2018, 05:42:54 PM



So, why not think about spendl as well?
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November 03, 2018, 05:52:48 PM

don't you DUMP the price................ Roll Eyes

Don't worry Mic, those coins will never see an exchange.

I love dealing with individuals/family businesses. The guy operates an ATM in a restaurant owned by a Bitcoin enthusiast and usually deals in amounts of a few hundred bucks or less. He was more than happy to take a smaller fee to do that much at once.

Gotta love small businesses. I'm flying down on an airline started by some dude in Montreal, and back on a family-owned Mexican airline.

The Mexican one actually still serves complimentary booze. Cheap too. The whole trip cost me about $500CAD/$380USD. Since I own my own tax-free place down there, I don't have to pay for accommodations except for a night at a cheap ($15/night) family-owned hotel coming and going.

What I save on booze while I'm there and by turning down the heat while I'm away more than pays for the trip. It's like I'm being paid to relax in Mexico.

Life is good.
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November 03, 2018, 05:56:57 PM

hmm which to open first?



Leave the Bitcoin, take the Barolo.
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November 03, 2018, 05:59:35 PM

don't you DUMP the price................ Roll Eyes

Don't worry Mic, those coins will never see an exchange.

I love dealing with individuals/family businesses. The guy operates an ATM in a restaurant owned by a Bitcoin enthusiast and usually deals in amounts of a few hundred bucks or less. He was more than happy to take a smaller fee to do that much at once.

Gotta love small businesses. I'm flying down on an airline started by some dude in Montreal, and back on a family-owned Mexican airline.

The Mexican one actually still serves complimentary booze. Cheap too. The whole trip cost me about $500CAD/$380USD. Since I own my own tax-free place down there, I don't have to pay for accommodations except for a night at a cheap ($15/night) family-owned hotel coming and going.

What I save on booze while I'm there and by turning down the heat while I'm away more than pays for the trip. It's like I'm being paid to relax in Mexico.

Life is good.

Are there rules on how much paper cash you can take with you from Canada to Mexico?
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November 03, 2018, 06:19:06 PM

Are there rules on how much paper cash you can take with you from Canada to Mexico?

Same as anywhere else, $10kUSD, which is a huge amount down there because things are so cheap.

For larger amounts like my dental surgery or buying land, I load up my credit cards so that they owe me.

Of course if you use credit cards you lose anonymity. If anonymity is important, you can get someone else to accompany you and carry a similar amount.

I've never been searched or challenged coming into Mexico anyway. If you come in a plane full of tourists, they're just happy to see you and your tourist dollars.
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November 03, 2018, 06:22:26 PM

Are there rules on how much paper cash you can take with you from Canada to Mexico?

Same as anywhere else, $10kUSD, which is a huge amount down there because things are so cheap.

For larger amounts like my dental surgery or buying land, I load up my credit cards so that they owe me.

Of course if you use credit cards you lose anonymity. If anonymity is important, you can get someone else to accompany you and carry a similar amount.

I've never been searched or challenged coming into Mexico anyway. If you come in a plane full of tourists, they're just happy to see you and your tourist dollars.

I suspected they don't give a shit. Although I heard that for entering the USA it's the opposite, with money sniffing detectors searching for suitcases of cash.
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November 03, 2018, 06:24:08 PM

sold a couple of coins to pay for my trip/implants.

don't you DUMP the price

yeah if you have started a trend there will be much unhappiness. you might even have to give your hat up.
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November 03, 2018, 06:25:09 PM
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AFAIK black boxes protect the electronics from fire by putting them in a big wax block. You could probably do the same with your nano.

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Thinking about it he never should have told me that should he Cheesy

And you never should have told us either. OpSec is a touchy thing. Hard to envision all the possible leakage vectors.

Might wanna go back and delete that.
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November 03, 2018, 06:28:30 PM



So, why not think about spendl as well?

Great graphic.  So true. Where's last year in December when we cracked our heads open without a helmet?

YES!  SPENDL a little.  Live a little.  Spread BTC around.

Life is for LIVING, not just HODLING.
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November 03, 2018, 06:31:34 PM

AFAIK black boxes protect the electronics from fire by putting them in a big wax block. You could probably do the same with your nano.

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Thinking about it he never should have told me that should he Cheesy

And you never should have told us either. OpSec is a touchy thing. Hard to envision all the possible leakage vectors.

Might wanna go back and delete that.

There's no need for that. All he needs to do is ask everyone he's told to tell the next person they tell it to not to tell anyone else.
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November 03, 2018, 06:36:24 PM

sold a couple of coins to pay for my trip/implants.

don't you DUMP the price

yeah if you have started a trend there will be much unhappiness. you might even have to give your hat up.

 Speaking of hat, a search for your avatar brings up a multitude of cats but none of them are yours.  Do you have a larger version of your avatar?
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November 03, 2018, 06:49:48 PM
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you might even have to give your hat up.
 

Not a chance. I could bring you back a cheap tacky straw tourist sombrero though.  Cool
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November 03, 2018, 07:09:08 PM

LFC is having a good evening for sure..... come on LFC cause gotta go for dinner GL last minutes

F*** 1-1 as i was writing..... come on last minutes
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November 03, 2018, 07:24:22 PM

hmm which to open first?


faustino .... still got 2 of them Grin

cheers


probably gonna join with a red wine this eveni,ng as well

Faustino down,  Barolo cracked open. traditional drink of the coiner   Cheesy

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