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Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 21181183 times)
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November 21, 2018, 08:00:54 PM

The biggest catalyst that'd make BTC price skyrocket higher is simply move all your BTC to your PERSONAL bitcoin wallet (move off of Coinbase, Binance, Bitfinex, Square, Robinhood, CBOE/CME futures).

Fractional reserve, BTC lending, rehypothication is a bitch and can perpetually create no floor for prices by establishment market manipulators.

Plus if history is any indication, one these avenues will blow up and wreck the "holders" of bitcoin that really wasn't there because they failed to take such advice.

Take it off the exchanges and see what happens.

Well, are people able to download electrum wallet or print a paper wallet and move coins there? Most are not. Just think about some highly educated dudes with some university degrees like doctors, layers, mathematicians, geologists and so on. Are they able to hold coins by themselves. No, most of them are not. And these are considered to be the high IQ people. Better than anyone else. But they don't comprehend to do a very simple task. Download the wallet and the move coins there. What a retards.

So many people will hold coins on those centralized "services". But does it make any difference? Exchanges can manipulate price anyway. With out any coins. They just can create fake trades with fake volumes and with fake prices. Just like they wish.

I think the decentralized exchanges will better tell us the real price of the coins.
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November 21, 2018, 08:01:21 PM

Who is MnW?

Presumably Matthew N. Wright.

A notorious OG scammer a few years back.
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November 21, 2018, 08:11:30 PM

I'm waiting to see what happens when the some of the hashrate on the BCH chains goes back to BTC.

I understand dropping hashrate is causing slower Bitcoin blocks, but does anyone know why there's sometimes huge gaps between blocks, then loads mined within minutes of each other? Is that just random chance, or miners playing tricks?
I don't know the answer to this question. Can it be that lower hash power brings higher variance? I somehow doubt it.

However, if Roger is really scraping the bottom by selling Casascius Coins, it might mean his miners are about to switch. My own implicit question gains weight: what can reasonably expected to happen now?
Oh come on... is the basics of mining lost to us? This is basic bitch newbie tier shit, or at least it was when I joined. Look it the fuck up.
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November 21, 2018, 08:20:25 PM


More relevant:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aihXiSD6O8A
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November 21, 2018, 08:21:03 PM

is bobbyblaw really a gay black guy?

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November 21, 2018, 08:22:31 PM

Wow you completely suck. Content not available in this country, certain features disabled for this video. Never seen this combination of fail before. See me after class.
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November 21, 2018, 08:24:41 PM

is bobbyblaw really a gay black guy?


Bob stop spamming us with dark skinned gay dudes from your sock puppet accounts.
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November 21, 2018, 08:25:14 PM
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Micgoossens, we're going to have to have a talk about your instagram bimbo habits of taking pictures of your food, strategically placing your arm in every picture to try and get people to look at your random prison tattoos, amongst other issues.  This is very poor nazi behavior.
Man i’m probably one of the few that ain’t got you on ignore and give you something real life to see..... cause sitting all alone in your nazi basement ain’t gonna show you Dick !
Thank me instead ......
And if you don’t get the coincidence of someone posting BOWL and another one just arriving to play yeah than your just an idiot or something i guess
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November 21, 2018, 08:26:46 PM

Wow you completely suck. Content not available in this country, certain features disabled for this video. Never seen this combination of fail before. See me after class.

Yea, it's the (((Google))) anti-goyim filter.

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November 21, 2018, 08:27:17 PM

is bobbyblaw really a gay black guy?

Yes. In a monogamous relationship now for near two decades.

"Legally intertwined" with my partner more than I care to explain.
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November 21, 2018, 08:40:42 PM



Pennies for them.

The resulting drop in price when you have 1.5M BCH on the other hand.....

Yep, hundreds of millions in asset valuation LOST from the balance sheet. *THAT* must hurt.
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November 21, 2018, 08:53:43 PM

Mcafee is a drug addicted scumbag.  He was taking bribes to promote shitcoins.

this guy is a money loving attention whore.
For sure, I wouldn't entrust a single dollar to that guy.
I knew John a long time ago, and ran into him at BSides a couple of years back.

He is not... well.
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November 21, 2018, 08:56:44 PM

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I agree with that, you’re pretty well balanced and debate well.  I’m just Too lazy to read everything you post.

I would llkely die, or close to die, if I had to read my posts in total.  I would not expect others to read everything, that's for sure.
Yeah, I quite enjoy reading your posts but it's very easy to burn out in the process.

Surely, if you are well rested, you might read three or four sentences, but if not, you might get burned out after the first few words, and ask yourself.

Why need be so long?   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
It doesn't help much that I'm usually on BTCT when I'm half dead from sleep deprivation either. Tongue

Set an alarm for some trading action today and pretty much got a free Bitcorn though. So I suppose it paid off.


I am trying to be more careful with some of my middle of the night trading actions, but sometimes fat-finger mistakes just happen, and if you are not dealing with too much, then frequently you can recover from those mistakes, but sometimes you might just have to sit it out for a while, and come back to the situation when better rested. 

By the way, to your point about making middle of the night profit, sure sometimes that can feel quite good if you are able to lock in decent profits because you know that if you act at the "alarm" points, it has decently high likelihood to "pay off" even while robbing you of some also valuable sleep.

I think what I have been kind of attempting (without the greatest of jumps in success) is to considerably increase my trading swings (and I had meant to make this point in my response to bitserve, too).  So I will be considering myself as progressing towards higher and higher levels of freedom, the more that I can increase my trading swing points, which advances me and my bitcoin investment to a higher level of passive income.... Price rises can be one way to achieve greater passivity, and perhaps there can be some strategic ways to set up trades (or just getting over a kind of mindset that just forces to just trade the larger swings) - easier said than done.. but still seems that the accumulation of value (more likely through value increases in the asset - namely bitcoin's price going up) will cause the most ability to make substantial progress towards greater passivity in the derived income (and approach).
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November 21, 2018, 09:03:04 PM

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Mmmm Maybe its you that got a team of folks around yourself
Writing those short posts? Roll Eyes

No need to become so defensive, micteamate(s), merely because I got you pegged.

There are plenty of forum members who actually believe your online persona storyline, so who gives a shit what I have tentatively concluded through already presented information?


NOT exactly.

That is my rough explanation and your interpretation, but largely I remain a relatively firm believer in game rather than pay to play, and so do whatever you like because there are no rules against your forum strategy(ies), and people seem to buy into it.  I remain a skeptic, but surely I am not locked into my believe exactly, and surely direct evidence becomes a bit more difficult in a forum environment, so there are only so many tools available to me, and I don't really feel inclined to research further.. I am just going based what I have seen so far from you.. and you seem to have built your own evidence that led to my current tentative conclusions, already.   Shocked Shocked

I doubt that direct attempts at denigrating my tentative view is going to be very helpful or fruitful or even a good use of anyone's time in relation to the topic of this thread (or any other forum threads that you might want to revisit such topic).    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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November 21, 2018, 09:08:54 PM

Could the SEC decide who wins and loses the Bitcoin Cash war?
In a tweet sent out tonight by Calvin Ayre, he claims that an investigation is already underway by the SEC into the ABC chain

https://coinrivet.com/breaking-news-could-the-sec-decide-who-wins-and-loses-the-bitcoin-cash-war/

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November 21, 2018, 09:11:42 PM

Today we have a support but I don't think it's finished.

However, besides speculations, now we are suffering the slow curve of adoption, institutions that want to take over the crypto world which means denaturalizing the decentralized system of BTC and so on.

We must see all the big picture...

For those reasons, I think we won't have a skyrocketing trend soon.

Fair enough.  I am not really sure if you are saying much, here.

What is your personal approach to this whole thing?  Are you in a BTC accumulation phase?  Are you maintaining?  Are you waiting?  Are you giving any recommendations here about what folks should do?
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November 21, 2018, 09:12:13 PM

JJG please stop saying 'surely'.
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JJG please stop saying 'surely'.
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