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November 26, 2018, 06:24:15 AM


im too lazy to move. but the main reason is that i have very long term positions built over more than a year, that i dont want to close yet.
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November 26, 2018, 06:26:01 AM

Just woke up and managed to grab some from $3960.  It is not 3.6k but still would do the job. Grin


some of those were mine..sigh...your welcome.... Sad

Just woke up and managed to grab some from $3960.  It is not 3.6k but still would do the job. Grin


That's not how capitulation works... we are supposed to be scared, crying and selling. You are doing it wrong.


yeah...what he said..get with the panic'ing group.....like the rest of us...(really, there is always someone marching to a different drummer) Sad



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November 26, 2018, 06:29:44 AM

below 3638

a lot of coins being bought here though

$2500 test soon...! Wink weee
Not sure what’s more annoying...
Bitcoin crash or your useless posts. I’m leaning towards the latter.
The wee thing is beyond worn out .Give it up.
Seriously, just give it up already.

It's his/her/it's signature move.   

Can be annoying, but is it really worn out? 

Can a guy/gal or bot wear out a signature move, even if such move is annoying as fuck?
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November 26, 2018, 06:34:04 AM

Bitcoin SV raising dramatically.

Just read this comment on infinity chan:

they don't even rent hashwar anymore

1. bitcoin sv declare they give rat's ass about the bch ticker as their plan is way more ambitious
2. coming big news on the coingeek conference
3. you think they've been dumping btc to cover the cost of rented hashrate? that's the tip of the iceberg. the money will flow straight to pump bchsv as they know it's the markets (as both of ayre and wright often say in their twitter) who decide; we will assist an attempt from sv to flip btc

sv will raise dramatically in price, however from the current 100$ it would be reasonable for it to fall back to 75-85 before raising again, which you can use at your advantage right now.


The part about those cronies being responsible for the recent drop of BTC could make sense.
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November 26, 2018, 06:41:42 AM

No one here gives a fuck about SV.
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November 26, 2018, 06:42:53 AM

I did it. I'm out.  Cry

Almost every time, within less than 10% of the bottom....   Shocked Shocked Sad, but I suppose, it is a part of reality (and temptations that any of us have during times like these in bitcoinlandia).    Cry Cry

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I read some subsequent post, and yes for sure it is a sign of over-investing when folks sell at the bottom and out of emotion rather than HODLing through these concededly really BAD times.
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November 26, 2018, 06:46:06 AM

the bottom...

You say that like you know what it means.
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November 26, 2018, 06:50:55 AM

No one here gives a fuck about SV.

Correct, but we do care about possible reasons behind bitcoin's recent price drop.
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November 26, 2018, 07:00:25 AM

No one here gives a fuck about SV.

Bitcoin SV.
Didn't realize that Satoshi was suffering from impaired vision...  Grin
This is sooo Wwrong  Roll Eyes
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November 26, 2018, 07:01:10 AM

CSW is an insane asshole, but I find it hilarious sometimes. Have you guys watched the video in which, when asked some random question about the hashwar, he decides to start showing some wristwatches as if that meant something? Surreal. #proofofwatch

This is probably the best CSW video EVER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMKBd0x6TNA
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November 26, 2018, 07:02:13 AM

No one here gives a fuck about SV.

Correct, but we do care about possible reasons behind bitcoin's recent price drop.

$6k support was always going to break.  Yes the Bcash fork was the catalysts. But don’t read too much into it beyond that.  It was good timing for a scare campaign.  But they have played that card and now they are irrelevant.  
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November 26, 2018, 07:08:01 AM

the bottom...

You say that like you know what it means.

I'm just suggesting that you made similar kinds of transactions, previously, and then you said that you learned from your mistakes, but apparently not.
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November 26, 2018, 07:20:04 AM

Whoever posted the link with screaming sun couple of days ago thank you ! I didnt even know this series existed. downloaded first season and just now finished watching 6th episode - it fit very well with today's market carnage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evYxx8qjZFs

Cry fucking idiots still holding these worthless digital beanie babies.  IT will continue to crash, are you idiots just going to hold to zero?
I will not just hold. I will keep buying all the way down :p

off to bed soon; im giving it 60% chance that when i come in the morning, price will be back above 4k finex. if we continue down, ~3250 is my next buy area.

O.k?  Why we use finex as our BTC price reference point?

If it is not above $4k bitstamp, then why would it matter if it above $4k finex?

I guess being above $4k finex would assume being above $3,800 bitstamp or maybe $3850-ish?
coz i bought it there; yes that would be about 3800 stamp. but it didnt come back overnigt..
..so, what about some end-of-the-weekend pump? :p


So far the Sunday pump (or end of the weekend pump) has not been bad, but surely, we are still in real threat area that the reversal is NOT real.. and we still have not gotten up high enough to get some confidence that the "bottom" might be in.   

But I agree with your overall sentiment, that there needs to become some distance between the current price and the most recent low before we might begin to feel a bit of confidence.
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November 26, 2018, 07:27:33 AM

which exchanges have troll boxes these days? I wouldn't mind checking out the comments to gauge the panic


This thread is pretty damned close to a troll box - especially during times of considerable BTC price action, and the past couple of weeks -- -seeming like... whoaza!!!!
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November 26, 2018, 07:32:09 AM

the bottom...

You say that like you know what it means.

I'm just suggesting that you made similar kinds of transactions, previously, and then you said that you learned from your mistakes, but apparently not.

And if it crashes back down just in time for Christmas, what will I have learned then? That Hitler was right?
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November 26, 2018, 07:33:57 AM

China: Crypto Miners Sell off Mining Devices ‘by Kilo’ Amidst Market Decline

https://cointelegraph.com/news/china-crypto-miners-sell-off-mining-devices-by-kilo-amidst-market-decline

'Leaked' Fud?? Huh
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November 26, 2018, 07:35:53 AM
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A small distraction (OT) to btc pricing minutiae:

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612458/exclusive-chinese-scientists-are-creating-crispr-babies/

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A daring effort is under way to create the first children whose DNA has been tailored using gene editing.

This would open a Pandora's box, most definitely.
All talk about current inequality is just about numbers that could be attained one way or another.
Not so simple if you are essentially MADE genetically different.
For maximum publicity they started with the gene that is accessory to HIV (CCR5).
No active CCR5 present, no HIV.
Will it stop there? Of course, not.

Seven percent of Swedes have that mutation, it apparently protects from small pocks and cholera as well as HIV.

That's interesting since DNA tests of old skeletons from graves show that a plague almost wiped out the Scandinavian population at about the same time as the yamnaya culture entered Scandinavia and brought with them the bronze age and the family structure that we still have in the western world today. Maybe that plague was small pocks and the survivors had that gene mutation.
Just a thought.
The Chinese have a program for identifying the genes that gives you high IQ, I bet you that there already are babies in china with altered IQ genes.
But this will also open up for cosmetic gene surgery. The most sold beauty product in black Africa and the Indian subcontinent is skin bleaching creams, I bet that we will see babies on these continents with genetically altered skin tone really soon, and that's just the beginning.
Personally I'm all in favor of of it.
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November 26, 2018, 07:41:21 AM

Btw I know it was a dead exchange but still, does anybody realize wex.nz (old btc-e) is down since 22/Nov?

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/wex/

R.I.P.

(when you say, trollbox, there is only one. btc-e, that's why i wanted to check and...)

They have been using a mirror site, so I would not call it dead, exactly yet... even though they have frozen a vast majority of withdrawals for about 5 months-ish

https://wex.link/exchange

Btw I know it was a dead exchange but still, does anybody realize wex.nz (old btc-e) is down since 22/Nov?

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/wex/

R.I.P.

(when you say, trollbox, there is only one. btc-e, that's why i wanted to check and...)

They lost the domain name.. You can find them at wex.link

But still not working/no withdrawal possible/no support/no nothing

I know that I am not always "on top" of things, and GoMaD beat me to it, by 20 hours.. but hey..
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November 26, 2018, 07:43:29 AM

the bottom...

You say that like you know what it means.

I'm just suggesting that you made similar kinds of transactions, previously, and then you said that you learned from your mistakes, but apparently not.

And if it crashes back down just in time for Christmas, what will I have learned then? That Hitler was right?

Hey, you seem to be taken an extraordinary gamble when you engage in what seems to be the opposite of logical, so of course, if the price ends up dropping below your sell price, then your gamble would pay off.  That does not make your practice of panic selling to be the most prudent, even if such practice pays off from time to time.
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November 26, 2018, 07:53:00 AM

I think this uptrend is just temporary.

The next 10 days will be critical... it could crash again imho.
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