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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (2.3%)
<$10,000 - 3 (6.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (2.3%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 7 (15.9%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 12 (27.3%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 6 (13.6%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 6 (13.6%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (4.5%)
>$13,000 - 2 (4.5%)
>$20,000 - 4 (9.1%)
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November 19, 2018, 08:41:34 PM

Just got back from a day at the hospital. Damn...
I'll hodl as long as it takes, but damn


bitcoin is now a part of history books Wink weeeee

Time to write some best-sellers about bitcoin(history), in order to maintain income... .  Grin
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I don't see how Bitcoin cash could have influenced such a huge dump. Not possible. This is just whales building on the fomo from the small dump. If we see a rise, it will be a flash spike to 6k or above. But until then, we keep falling, whales keep pushing. Just like they push everytime there was a "scary" news article about crypto. Just like when the asians threatened to end crypto. They will use these chances to keep pushing down as far as they can. The bounce back up will be much bigger.

I believe BCH was the main catalyst at least. But by no means the only factor.

1.  We have all known we have to see some pretty bad blood in the street before this market cycle is over.  This is some of it.  I just only wish this was the big one.  It's not.

2.  Many people in the media, and many sheep actually BELIEVE CSW is Satoshi, or "part of Satoshi".  That level of uncertainty is powerful.  When he starts proclaiming that BTC is doomed and he is going back to *his(lol)* old design with BSV then these "believers" will dance to his music, run for the hills, or just hedge. This equals selling pressure.

3. He has either fooled Calvin A. or they are colluding in deception.  I believe it is the first.  And I imagine Calvin has been selling on the exchanges at market.  Bitcoin is thinly traded.  It did not take much pressure to drop it.  Meanwhile actual smart people are buying OTC and they LOVE EVERY SECOND OF THIS.  Don't tell me Bakkt and Fidelity are going into the next year with no war chest?  No inventory?  Not to mention the REAL whale speculators who are most certainly eating up coins off the radar like a buffet in Las Vegas.

4.  The stock market. And all world financial markets.  Need I say more?  Shit... I will say more. Wink  This is a sheep in wolves clothing.  Even though the markets are bailing to cash, and Bitcoin has joined them, in the end BTC will get some of the cash that is pouring out of the Stock Market.  ESPECIALLY with BTC on sale.  There are some smart folks out there who are seeing now what we have been seeing for years.

5.  ^^^ALL OF THE ABOVE^^^ is happening at the end of a GINOURMOUS descending triangle on the BTC charts at the very tip of a deciding point.  Coincidence?  I dunno... I'll leave the conspiracies to people more connected than me.


My conclusion and prediction:

- This is not the bottom. Sad
- We are not terribly far from the bottom though...  (10% - 30% more drop IMO)
- Sentiment is nasty, but still people in here, on twitter, and reddit are waving pom-poms and chanting "Capitulation!"  Not a good sign.

I have no idea how this unwinds.  But that won't stop me from speculating.

A.  One very possible way is for it to drop so hard we really get some old crusty holders to sell... and then it jolts back up from pressure from some new whales who have been waiting exactly for that moment for a long time.  Add to that the short squeeze, and then we may actually HAVE capitulated.

B.  The other likely scenario is we go into a year long scooping trough.  Kind of like the prolonged bottom of the 2014 cycle.

I give A/B chances at 65/35 for fundamental reasons.  This is not 2014.  A lot of smart rich people have figured out exactly what bitcoin is this time around.

(Dear Lord... I feel like I turned into JJG)
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November 19, 2018, 08:49:13 PM

Well that was a bad day at the office. Got liquidated on a long, lost about a Ducati's worth of BTC. That's just what you get for smoking to much hopium I guess.

If I'd only... but like they say in Holland, "achteraf kijk je een koe in zijn reet".  Wink



Google translate fails on this one giving "afterwards you look a cow in his ass" instead of “after it is easier to look the cow in the ass!” in regards to hindsight. Good expression took me awhile to figure it out. Smiley

Someone is attacking the sv bitcoin trash variant, causing a re-org.
Legacy markets are also pretty rekt.
We are not alone.
You may now return to your weeping and gnashing of teeth.

It looks as if the reorg was caused by themselves due to incompetency.

https://twitter.com/el33th4xor/status/1064571586274045952

Which is hilarious, except today I am not in good mood.

Ha, that is funny. they don't need any help in fucking things up!

Time to be distracted.. ehh



One of my favorite games, this was a good game. Smiley




Well shit the day is getting away from me and I gotta split in a few hours so maybe catch up later. Smiley



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November 19, 2018, 08:50:09 PM

Ok, this thread needs a pick-me-up.

You know what time it is don’t you?

You know the drill. That’s right, Next three posts for 20.
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someone just tried to break 5k on bitfinex.. 1172 BTC dump volume in one minute
not happened on bitstamp
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I invested my life savings into bitcoin when it hit 19K. My investment is now only worth 1/4 of what it was before and my wife’s boyfriend won’t stop calling me an “idiot” since I can no longer afford to put my wife’s boyfriend’s son through college.

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Hahaha Almost felt bad until that wifes boyfriends son part  Grin

I haven't actually laughed out loud on this forum in a while. That was bluddy hilarious. Wife's boyfriend. Nice!

Yea that’s hilarious, good eye Kylapoiss! I didn’t spend much time looking after I found this

https://twitter.com/brennasparksxxx...

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I don't see how Bitcoin cash could have influenced such a huge dump. Not possible. This is just whales building on the fomo from the small dump. If we see a rise, it will be a flash spike to 6k or above. But until then, we keep falling, whales keep pushing. Just like they push everytime there was a "scary" news article about crypto. Just like when the asians threatened to end crypto. They will use these chances to keep pushing down as far as they can. The bounce back up will be much bigger.

The markets just do what they do. Over the years, I've come to look at news stories and recent events as excuses more than causes.
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Merit drop complete and paid.
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November 19, 2018, 08:54:51 PM

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Oh, merit is dumping too! We are fucked.
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I invested my life savings into bitcoin when it hit 19K. My investment is now only worth 1/4 of what it was before and my wife’s boyfriend won’t stop calling me an “idiot” since I can no longer afford to put my wife’s boyfriend’s son through college.

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I haven't actually laughed out loud on this forum in a while. That was bluddy hilarious. Wife's boyfriend. Nice!

Yea that’s hilarious, good eye Kylapoiss! I didn’t spend much time looking after I found this

https://twitter.com/brennasparksxxx/status/1064580606195974144?s=21

I opened her account and watched a topless video, I honestly thought a man voice will come out of that mouth, looks like a Thai ladyboy Cheesy
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Now we're talking, something is actually happening. Makes a change.
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we will go down below 5k for finex Grin
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@quentinwag3
Replying to @TuurDemeester
I invested my life savings into bitcoin when it hit 19K. My investment is now only worth 1/4 of what it was before and my wife’s boyfriend won’t stop calling me an “idiot” since I can no longer afford to put my wife’s boyfriend’s son through college.

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Hahaha Almost felt bad until that wifes boyfriends son part  Grin

I haven't actually laughed out loud on this forum in a while. That was bluddy hilarious. Wife's boyfriend. Nice!

Yea that’s hilarious, good eye Kylapoiss! I didn’t spend much time looking after I found this

https://twitter.com/brennasparksxxx/status/1064580606195974144?s=21

Money is not everything in this land  
From the beginning I write in my comments that prices are overpriced
but i bought at 5600
The irritating thing
Is the people here in this theard or in this site bitcointalk.org They say prices will never drop below 5800
Consultation is sometimes influenced by decisions
Merchants of wolves  Sad
I feel that we must buy now and not when price rise Future pumps will be $ 1000 a day ( 8000 to 7000 for example)
We must stop pessimism and despair
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2.  Many people in the media, and many sheep actually BELIEVE CSW is Satoshi, or "part of Satoshi".  That level of uncertainty is powerful.  When he starts proclaiming that BTC is doomed and he is going back to *his(lol)* old design with BSV then these "believers" will dance to his music, run for the hills, or just hedge. This equals selling pressure.

I like you post overall, but this point I take much exception with.

Define "many people" who believe he is Satoshi. There is zero evidence to support that we're talking more than a few dozen people, if that. Worldwide. If that.

The MSM, Twitter, YouTube and all the fake sock puppet accounts on many forums can make it seem like such belief is widespread, when it's not in the slightest.
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November 19, 2018, 09:03:54 PM

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It's possible.  The cost basis of people like the Winklevoss is something like $100 nowadays I think; Roger Ver probably a lot lower; Tim Draper, Pantera Capital, and everyone else I'd guess mostly around $200-400.
In-Q-Tel and the CIA are sitting on a bunch of $1-2 coins unless they've sold them to fund god knows what.  Everyone is still sitting on coins they got for mega-cheap with no real interest in being the marginal buyer for $6000, $20,000, or whatever ridiculous number people want to throw out.  A real shakeout hasn't occurred until the majority of the market is either breakeven or underwater, so prices of $5000 are nowhere near "blood in the streets".
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@quentinwag3
Replying to @TuurDemeester
I invested my life savings into bitcoin when it hit 19K. My investment is now only worth 1/4 of what it was before and my wife’s boyfriend won’t stop calling me an “idiot” since I can no longer afford to put my wife’s boyfriend’s son through college.

 Grin

Hahaha Almost felt bad until that wifes boyfriends son part  Grin

I haven't actually laughed out loud on this forum in a while. That was bluddy hilarious. Wife's boyfriend. Nice!

Yea that’s hilarious, good eye Kylapoiss! I didn’t spend much time looking after I found this

https://twitter.com/brennasparksxxx/status/1064580606195974144?s=21

I opened her account and watched a topless video, I honestly thought a man voice will come out of that mouth, looks like a Thai ladyboy Cheesy

I just found the sarcasm of that post to be hilarious, and then I saw some more of her profile and was like “what the literal hell” Twitter is wild lol  Cheesy
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