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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.5%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.2%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.2%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 8 (12.1%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.6%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.2%)
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December 12, 2018, 06:06:52 PM

Hahaha, so funny to see Bcash crap going downhill so fast.  It's not even in the top 10 of volume anymore.   Behind TRON even. LOL   Those dumb dumbs played Russian roulette with all the cylinders loaded.
The biggest losers are Bitmain who are to go bankrupt by the start of the Chinese new year and Roger ver the owner of bitcoin.com
Pretty sure both Roger and Jihan have enough stashed away for a good life (they're smart enough to at least conceive of some elaborate scams, so it'd take some serious ego problems if they burnt their retirement funds of petty games). But yeah, if they aren't the market makers they'll be royally fucked soon. Craig included.
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December 12, 2018, 06:21:11 PM
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https://zycrypto.com/massive-sell-off-recent-analysis-reveals-most-bitcoin-wallets-hold-less-than-100/

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December 12, 2018, 06:27:47 PM

Some wishful thinkin :


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December 12, 2018, 06:36:35 PM

i bet we get "martial law" in France before you get it

 Est-ce parce que vous avez le Q bordé de nouilles?  Smiley


Is it because you have the Q lined with noodles?
What?
"Noodles all around your ass." I believe it's an idiom for "a shameless amount of luck".


 Yeah it was gleaned from an incomplete French lesson from some French guyapparently who won MicGs Bitcoin:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5056734.msg48576883#msg48576883

 I plagiarized and pluralized it for this occasion and yet I thought I'd never get any use from it at all!   Quelle surprise.



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December 12, 2018, 06:46:53 PM
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Bear or no bear and your general lack of faith, the system continues to grow like Funghi: “Bitcoin is a Decentralized Organism (Mycelium) — Part 1 / 3” by Brandon Quittem https://link.medium.com/II5sdlaUAS
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December 12, 2018, 07:01:54 PM

If it does not go below 3000

It could be a good support to go up

What do you think?

(I need you to upload so I do not buy more!)

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December 12, 2018, 07:09:55 PM

What's the rationale behind the Bitcorn halving by the way? Why not some sort of continuous curve that converges to zero?
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December 12, 2018, 07:15:04 PM

During bear markets, strange but interesting ponderings appear: “timechain : a decade of misunderstanding blockchain” by Gaurav Rana https://link.medium.com/1kmTTgAWAS
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What's the rationale behind the Bitcorn halving by the way? Why not some sort of continuous curve that converges to zero?

Avoiding unnecessary complexity. Also why the difficulty is not adapted every 10 seconds like bcash.
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December 12, 2018, 07:23:07 PM

I'd rather be poor and have a full head of hair than be rich and bald



You seem to be presenting a kind of false dilemma, fairyvibes, which may be reflective of your username.

Of course, there is value to both youth and to appearances.

Nonetheless, if you are bald and/or ungodly ugly, then wouldn't it be better to be rich than to be poor? 

You cannot necessarily choose some aspects of your looks or health, but being rich likely makes some of the poor physicality or poor health more tolerable (and even possibly more treatable), especially if you are going to have the poor physicality and/or health, anyhow.   
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If you did not continuously admit to bcash shilling, ...

I have never admitted to 'Bcash shilling'. You need -- once again -- to check your definitions.

I have admitted to advocating for Bitcoin Cash. I will admit to advocate for Bitcoin SV.

But the universally recognized definition for 'shilling' is predicated upon renumeration for advocacy of some thing that one would not advocate for if the payment was not made.

I have never shilled for any crypto.

Your insistence in misapplying such charged language only marks you as disingenuous. And is evidence of the actual hostility in this conversation.

Rubbish.  You constantly talk your book.  And you carefully provide misleading information when you do so.  Most of the time, what you say may not be technically wrong, but invariably amounts to a misrepresentation in the broader context.  And some of the time it is outright fabrication.

This discussion is a case in point.  You are relying on a historic definition of the term shill.  We both know that is not how the word is used in 2018 in the crypto community.  But you think yourself marvelously clever for having made the distinction.   It would be most accurate to say you are a fraud and petty conman.

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What's the rationale behind the Bitcorn halving by the way? Why not some sort of continuous curve that converges to zero?

To give us a wee thrill to look forward to every few years?

Perhaps Satoshi was a shameless showman after all. Everyone loves a cliffhanger.




I'd rather be poor and have a full head of hair than be rich and bald

At the age of 43 or whatever I am mine's just starting to fray.

I wouldn't mind at all if it was turning into a widow's peak, that's a good look, but mine's only going directly in the centre of the forehead which looks fucking awful so I'm going to wind up looking like the victim of a driveby lobotomy.

Weird how just a few square cm on one portion of your skull turns you from someone normal-looking to a drooling goon.
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December 12, 2018, 07:43:07 PM

I am almost worried about the price.

I had made so much money, but didn't sell... And I refuse to sell now in this price.

That's an important lesson. Always take small profits... I wouybe feeling better now
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I am almost worried about the price.

I had made so much money, but didn't sell... And I refuse to sell now in this price.

That's an important lesson. Always take small profits... I wouybe feeling better now
Pretty sure that feeling won't stop unless you take perfect top/bottom every time or have an ironclad plan that you are satisfied with.
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December 12, 2018, 07:48:16 PM

If you did not continuously admit to bcash shilling, ...

I have never admitted to 'Bcash shilling'. You need -- once again -- to check your definitions.

I don't need to parse through your posts to know the truth of this here false denial matter of yours.

Both your actions and your words add up to admissions, so don't get caught up in any technicalities that you might not have used certain magical words that constitute an admission from your specifically honed point of view.

Sometimes you argue the most ridiculous of things. 




I have admitted to advocating for Bitcoin Cash. I will admit to advocate for Bitcoin SV.

First of all:  Are you trying to get wrapped up on some technicality..? your list there are just variations of bcash.  There is bcash, bcash abc and bcash sv... those are not bitcoin, they are variations of bcash.

Second:  Does not really matter which ones you currently admit or don't admit to shilling for, you already have a bcash shilling history and an admission of variations of such... So your protest seems vacuous.


But the universally recognized definition for 'shilling' is predicated upon renumeration for advocacy of some thing that one would not advocate for if the payment was not made.

Oh this is what you are getting at?  Whether payment was part of the deal?  More nonsense attempts at technicalities, when technically, who gives a shit whether you truly believe or you were paid.  Does not matter to the larger point that I am making regarding your ongoing promotion of crap shit coins that serve mostly as attack vectors against bitcoin, pumping machines and distractions.


I have never shilled for any crypto.

doth protest too much about one word.


Your insistence in misapplying such charged language only marks you as disingenuous. And is evidence of the actual hostility in this conversation.

My how we can twist.  I said that I though that your first response seem to have been "too hostile" and you are taking it to a much to personal level, even while I was wrongly beginning to believe that we were heading further towards a resolution, rather than further explosiveness.   Tongue Tongue Tongue

I'm not the only one here that does not appreciate bcash pumping, whether it is called shilling or something else... so my attacks on some of your motivations are not disingenuous as you assert them to be. 

Get a grip Jbreher.

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If you did not continuously admit to bcash shilling, ...

I have never admitted to 'Bcash shilling'. You need -- once again -- to check your definitions.

I have admitted to advocating for Bitcoin Cash. I will admit to advocate for Bitcoin SV.

But the universally recognized definition for 'shilling' is predicated upon renumeration for advocacy of some thing that one would not advocate for if the payment was not made.

I have never shilled for any crypto.

Your insistence in misapplying such charged language only marks you as disingenuous. And is evidence of the actual hostility in this conversation.

Rubbish.  You constantly talk your book.  And you carefully provide misleading information when you do so.  Most of the time, what you say may not be technically wrong, but invariably amounts to a misrepresentation in the broader context.  And some of the time it is outright fabrication.

This discussion is a case in point.  You are relying on a historic definition of the term shill.  We both know that is not how the word is used in 2018 in the crypto community.  But you think yourself marvelously clever for having made the distinction.   It would be most accurate to say you are a fraud and petty conman.



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What's the rationale behind the Bitcorn halving by the way? Why not some sort of continuous curve that converges to zero?

To give us a wee thrill to look forward to every few years?

Perhaps Satoshi was a shameless showman after all. Everyone loves a cliffhanger.

I'd rather be poor and have a full head of hair than be rich and bald

At the age of 43 or whatever I am mine's just starting to fray.

I wouldn't mind at all if it was turning into a widow's peak, that's a good look, but mine's only going directly in the centre of the forehead which looks fucking awful so I'm going to wind up looking like the victim of a driveby lobotomy.

Weird how just a few square cm on one portion of your skull turns you from someone normal-looking to a drooling goon.

Had to shave my head for years and im not even 30 yet, the only person who really gives a shit about your hair is you. If that doesn't make you feel better - you can always get xHomerx10 to make you a hat
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December 12, 2018, 07:51:34 PM

What's the rationale behind the Bitcorn halving by the way? Why not some sort of continuous curve that converges to zero?

To give us a wee thrill to look forward to every few years?

Perhaps Satoshi was a shameless showman after all. Everyone loves a cliffhanger.



I'd rather be poor and have a full head of hair than be rich and bald

At the age of 43 or whatever I am mine's just starting to fray.

I wouldn't mind at all if it was turning into a widow's peak, that's a good look, but mine's only going directly in the centre of the forehead which looks fucking awful so I'm going to wind up looking like the victim of a driveby lobotomy.

Weird how just a few square cm on one portion of your skull turns you from someone normal-looking to a drooling goon.

Hair implants have advanced *A LOT*. A problem you can solve with a couple of BTC (at current prices) is not a problem.

A friend of mine got one done. He has more hair now than when he was 18 lol
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December 12, 2018, 07:53:15 PM

Had to shave my head for years and im not even 30 yet, the only person who really gives a shit about your hair is you. If that doesn't make you feel better - you can always get xHomerx10 to make you a hat

Thank you for the thought.

However I do have one compelling reason to retain a mop - hyperhydrosis. I can start gushing sweat from every pore just wiggling my fingers and hair catches enough of it to be bearable. If I was full cue ball I'd have to keep a towel draped over my head 24/7.  


Hair implants have advanced *A LOT*. A problem you can solve with a couple of BTC (at current prices) is not a problem.

Summat a bit undignified about that and they often look more than a little off. I'll wait for a pill that regrows it all. That'll probably kill me ten years down the line.
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If you did not continuously admit to bcash shilling, ...

I have never admitted to 'Bcash shilling'. You need -- once again -- to check your definitions.

I have admitted to advocating for Bitcoin Cash. I will admit to advocate for Bitcoin SV.

But the universally recognized definition for 'shilling' is predicated upon renumeration for advocacy of some thing that one would not advocate for if the payment was not made.

I have never shilled for any crypto.

Your insistence in misapplying such charged language only marks you as disingenuous. And is evidence of the actual hostility in this conversation.

Rubbish.  You constantly talk your book.  And you carefully provide misleading information when you do so.  Most of the time, what you say may not be technically wrong, but invariably amounts to a misrepresentation in the broader context.  And some of the time it is outright fabrication.

This discussion is a case in point.  You are relying on a historic definition of the term shill.  We both know that is not how the word is used in 2018 in the crypto community.  But you think yourself marvelously clever for having made the distinction.   It would be most accurate to say you are a fraud and petty conman.



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