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Question: Jan. 17 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (2.7%)
<$6500 - 5 (4.5%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 6 (5.4%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 8 (7.2%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 16 (14.4%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 25 (22.5%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (9%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 15 (13.5%)
>$9,500 - 23 (20.7%)
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December 01, 2018, 01:33:03 PM

Expecting a double-triple bottom. Longing with an expectation of 5k. Closing position at ~4.9k with a stop loss @3825. Anything lower is probably going into 3.6-3,4k. Anything below 3430 is going into unknown territories. Probably 3.2k-3k. Fast stochastics and macd at 12h pointing to a sharp reversal in the next 1-3 days. 3d shows a nice bottom with strong stable support levels at 3.4k.

updated stop loss to 4045. So far so good. We broke above the 1h ichimoku cloud, so today seems like a nice day for btc....
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December 01, 2018, 01:40:35 PM

Happy to see we went back to an up trend rather than continuing down. Is this the sideways action people keep saying will happen because it feels bumpy as hell to me.

 I wouldn't call it an uptrend until we break the last high of 4410$ ~
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December 01, 2018, 01:44:03 PM
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Have anyone here ever received something like this?



I'd get out of that place if you still can. sounds like a move on your coins.


To be honest, after looking at that .io site, which I really like.... I keep using the older one because of reasons.

I should take the time to make one of those nice custom layout on the new one. That would come very handy.... but nowadays I rarely trade so.....

P.S.: And Litecoin is a nice little coin, don't mock it.... the halvening is coming!

Meh, it's only use case I've ever seen is moving funds between exchanges.


Reading from here, or a few pages previously is no different then reading this thread now.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.56360




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December 01, 2018, 01:47:42 PM

Black Wednesday (BBC 1997) - the day the UK pulled out of the ERM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_oET45GzMI

That was round 1 of markets vs. central banks. Bitcorn will trigger round 2 - god only knows when.
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December 01, 2018, 01:52:08 PM

Have anyone here ever received something like this?



If you’ve got coins on there I’d get them the fuck out.
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December 01, 2018, 02:03:27 PM

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If you’ve got coins on there I’d get them the fuck out.
Well that is rule number fucking one, don't store coins on an exchange.
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December 01, 2018, 02:18:17 PM

Have anyone here ever received something like this?


That is pretty wild. Explain why you have this money, because after all everyone knows it's not yours but really is someone else's loaned to you because of a specific reason.

Odd that my personal wallets never ask me questions like that. Go figure.

I'd recommend storing all wealth in something you control. Remember if you don't own your keys, you don't own bitcoins. Sounds like you own someone's fiat.
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December 01, 2018, 02:20:30 PM

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If you’ve got coins on there I’d get them the fuck out.
Well that is rule number fucking one, don't store coins on an exchange.

Not your keys, not your coins.
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December 01, 2018, 02:24:27 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXpHHZqe6vI
twat craig wright's bletherings from yesterday
advise: sick bucket, tissues for tears of laughter, popcorn, neck-brace in case of too much shaking head

TLDR: He's going to recreate the entire internet within the protocol. All devices will connect, tv's, game consoles, search engine users etc.

For content and all else. I think he said gig blocks also.


So more proof he has no fucking clue what he is talking about, why on earth would we want everything in a fucking blockchain? We really don't need game consoles on the blockchain, we have standard SQL databases for shit that needs a standard database.

The thing is he will sound convincing to new and gullible investors. With them piling on as flies are attracted to shit. He had 4 other people who are building their own projects on Bitcoin SV talk as well. It was one gigantic sales presentation in order for people to buy Bitcoin SV. I predict he will use his I am Satoshi fakenews combined with some kind of product release to pump the shit out of the coin.
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December 01, 2018, 02:30:02 PM

15M



I'm the one who help it.
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December 01, 2018, 02:31:10 PM

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If you’ve got coins on there I’d get them the fuck out.
Well that is rule number fucking one, don't store coins on an exchange.

Not your keys, not your coins.

Although that is true, some people actually like to engage in day trading their coins. Some people even like trading with fiat pairs. I suppose that you could go to Local Bitcoins and try finagle a deal, but there is a counterparty risk in going that route as well. I for one don't want to be meeting up with strange people and then have it end up being government agents who bust me for being an unregistered money transmitter. Also, if you go Bitcoin ATM route, you pay a higher fee and this method is really not very conducive to effective day trading.
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December 01, 2018, 02:39:38 PM

Have anyone here ever received something like this?



If you’ve got coins on there I’d get them the fuck out.
Well that is rule number fucking one, don't store coins on an exchange.

Not your keys, not your coins.

Although that is true, some people actually like to engage in day trading their coins. Some people even like trading with fiat pairs. I suppose that you could go to Local Bitcoins and try finagle a deal, but there is a counterparty risk in going that route as well. I for one don't want to be meeting up with strange people and then have it end up being government agents who bust me for being an unregistered money transmitter. Also, if you go Bitcoin ATM route, you pay a higher fee and this method is really not very conducive to effective day trading.

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

I had to verify my real life name & address there last year though as they said I’d sold too much (it was when I converted BCH into BTC & sold the BTC’s there. It added up to I suppose what some might consider a lot (fiat wise) in a short space of time.
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December 01, 2018, 02:44:18 PM
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Hey, it just occurred to me that you should respond with this.

Dear Bitfinex, I will answer every one of those questions as soon as you do the same with Tether.



https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/257b4a8848541996857043e6d2f6319edddf5abde2776f4b49bb9e773cc4414c etc
something something segwit addresses
anyone have any info or guesses about who this might be please?

I'm going to guess that institutional money is being moved the was BTC has designed it to be moved.



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December 01, 2018, 02:55:34 PM

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

I had to verify my real life name & address there last year though as they said I’d sold too much (it was when I converted BCH into BTC & sold the BTC’s there. It added up to I suppose what some might consider a lot (fiat wise) in a short space of time.

     I have never used Localbitcoin's, but if you are using them as an "escrow," aren't you basically trusting a third party with your coins? Plus, you reveal that you had to give them KYC information. Therefore, it appears using Localbitcoin's is only slightly better than using a standard exchange.
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December 01, 2018, 02:58:14 PM

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

I had to verify my real life name & address there last year though as they said I’d sold too much (it was when I converted BCH into BTC & sold the BTC’s there. It added up to I suppose what some might consider a lot (fiat wise) in a short space of time.

     I have never used Localbitcoin's, but if you are using them as an "escrow," aren't you basically trusting a third party with your coins? Plus, you reveal that you had to give them KYC information. Therefore, it appears using Localbitcoin's is only slightly better than using a standard exchange.

I'm not seeing the advantage at all either. ATM's would be better, there are low cost ones.
KYC is the bane of crypto and the more holdouts the longer the freedom.
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December 01, 2018, 03:12:07 PM

however i do like HM charts and thought Wink
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December 01, 2018, 03:19:16 PM

Have anyone here ever received something like this?


That is pretty wild. Explain why you have this money, because after all everyone knows it's not yours but really is someone else's loaned to you because of a specific reason.

Odd that my personal wallets never ask me questions like that. Go figure.

I'd recommend storing all wealth in something you control. Remember if you don't own your keys, you don't own bitcoins. Sounds like you own someone's fiat.

Bitfinex is now asking the same intrusive questions that bitstamp sometimes asks. They've both been hacked so I wouldn't trust them with that much personal information.


That is Bitstamp AML application form
 Banks doesn't ask question like that.
 I think  it's big abuse.   Huh

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December 01, 2018, 03:20:17 PM

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

I had to verify my real life name & address there last year though as they said I’d sold too much (it was when I converted BCH into BTC & sold the BTC’s there. It added up to I suppose what some might consider a lot (fiat wise) in a short space of time.

     I have never used Localbitcoin's, but if you are using them as an "escrow," aren't you basically trusting a third party with your coins? Plus, you reveal that you had to give them KYC information. Therefore, it appears using Localbitcoin's is only slightly better than using a standard exchange.

The few LBTC traders I've dealt with have just communicated via SMS then we meet and exchange through our phone wallets.  No escrow needed. Then I just keep their contact info for future transactions.
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December 01, 2018, 03:21:58 PM

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

I had to verify my real life name & address there last year though as they said I’d sold too much (it was when I converted BCH into BTC & sold the BTC’s there. It added up to I suppose what some might consider a lot (fiat wise) in a short space of time.

     I have never used Localbitcoin's, but if you are using them as an "escrow," aren't you basically trusting a third party with your coins? Plus, you reveal that you had to give them KYC information. Therefore, it appears using Localbitcoin's is only slightly better than using a standard exchange.

I'm not seeing the advantage at all either. ATM's would be better, there are low cost ones.
KYC is the bane of crypto and the more holdouts the longer the freedom.

Not when you can find sellers with 3% markup vs up to
15% on ATM's
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December 01, 2018, 03:24:02 PM

You pay slightly over the market price but I quite like buying on Localbitcoin’s. They have an escrow type service that protects both buyer & seller.

I had to verify my real life name & address there last year though as they said I’d sold too much (it was when I converted BCH into BTC & sold the BTC’s there. It added up to I suppose what some might consider a lot (fiat wise) in a short space of time.

     I have never used Localbitcoin's, but if you are using them as an "escrow," aren't you basically trusting a third party with your coins? Plus, you reveal that you had to give them KYC information. Therefore, it appears using Localbitcoin's is only slightly better than using a standard exchange.

I'm not seeing the advantage at all either. ATM's would be better, there are low cost ones.
KYC is the bane of crypto and the more holdouts the longer the freedom.

Not when you can find sellers with 3% markup vs up to
15% on ATM's
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