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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.8%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.7%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (2.1%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.8%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 26 (18.3%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 23 (16.2%)
$10,500-10,999 - 12 (8.5%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 13 (9.2%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 10 (7%)
>$12,000 - 30 (21.1%)
>$20,000 - 11 (7.7%)
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January 05, 2019, 03:49:01 PM

If I was dreaming, your posts shilling for craptocurrency would not be getting +0 upvotes, -14 downvotes on Zerohedge.  I don't even know what you're trying to claim about "no liquid quantity" of metals.  There is no liquidity problem, only the problem that nobody will agree to sell at a ESF/BIS downwardly rigged price.  Mark to market and there's fine liquidity.

realr0ach nobody gives a s* about physical metals except gold-gazer hoarders with nothing better to do. They are not exciting. You can't build anything with them.

You're not supposed to "build anything with them".  Money is supposed to be boring and unchanging, otherwise it's not fungible, and fungibility is required of money.  This is why you get so many downvotes on your Zerohedge posts. You just try to make up random bullshit and redefine what money is on the fly.

Money, not currency, has required traits and these arguments have already been had and settled over the course of thousands of years with people like Aristotle and Plato.  Aristole won, Plato lost.  Unless you buy into Plato Keynesianism and believe money can be a centralized, arbitrary instrument run by the govt.  You also type the same dumpster truck load of complete bullshit all shitcoiners do claiming they're decentralized when they're not.

Transaction validators are designed to centralize in every single one.  They're nothing but permissioned ledgers and govt tracking systems in practice.  They have built-in middlemen and do not remove counterparty risk even if they weren't designed to centralize.  So basically every single thing you type is a flat out pump and dumper lie.  Shitcoins do not qualify as money in any circumstance.  Currency - sure, because almost anything can be a currency; money - no.
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January 05, 2019, 03:58:04 PM

Roach making noises

Am I the only one that noticed Toknormal spent 24 hours a day for several years in a row shilling for Darkcoin and then he just claimed fungibility doesn't matter and he sold them?  And you wonder why I get physically ill talking to shitcoiners and with their constant flow of lies and bullshit.
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January 05, 2019, 04:00:03 PM
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Aristotle and Plato.

As far as I can see only reason you keep typing this sh* on here is because you don't believe your own arguments and want us to validate them for you.

So far you're losing the argument (in case you hadn't noticed) - probably because you didn't take into account what made gold valuable in the first place which was its monetary function, not the fact that it's a nice "shiny metal" which has served as money for "thousands of years".

There is no conflict between PMs and bitcoin. They are "money" for the same reason, just in different media. Their respective relevance simply depends on the amount of commerce which is conducted on each platform. If most of it is "electronic" then bitcoin will be the more relevant and valuable. If most of it is "physical" (i.e. exchanging physical tokens for goods) then metals will be.

14 down votes on Zerohedge ? Hold them precious ! You may need them as a comfort blanket Wink
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and still so many not knowing anything about crypto, think in the few coming years a lot will be changing in that.... Smiley
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January 05, 2019, 04:14:19 PM

14 down votes on Zerohedge ? Hold them precious ! You may need them as a comfort blanket Wink

It's evidence of the fact your lies about claiming bitcoin qualifies as money when it has none of the traits required of money only work on this website and nowhere else.  That's why your claims are downvoted to oblivion on other sites like Zerohedge.  Shitcoins are currencies like Delta Airline miles or Chuck E Cheese tokens, not money.  They have built-in middlemen and don't remove counterparty risk either.  

Dan Larimer calls craptocurrencies "a decentralized business".  He doesn't even attempt to hide the fact they all have a bunch of rent seeking middlemen built-in.  I don't need to ask permission if I want to move a gold or silver coin. If you want to do the same in craptocurrency, prepare to ask permission and pay an exorbitant ransom fee to a designed to centralize, miner monopoly/gatekeeper.  The whole shitcoin industry is a house of cards of lies.
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If I was dreaming, your posts shilling for craptocurrency would not be getting +0 upvotes, -14 downvotes on Zerohedge.  I don't even know what you're trying to claim about "no liquid quantity" of metals.  There is no liquidity problem, only the problem that nobody will agree to sell at a ESF/BIS downwardly rigged price.  Mark to market and there's fine liquidity.

realr0ach nobody gives a s* about physical metals except gold-gazer hoarders with nothing better to do. Gold holdings are a waste of space and didn't do a damn thing for their investors during the most inflationary fiat period in modern history. They are not exciting. You can't build anything with them, use them, transmit them or even trade them (without a handy van, ship or a lorry).

Ask yourself what is gold (as a monetary function) ? A ledger. That's all, except not quite as good a ledger as bitcoin. It was ok in physical market days but is about as useful as moth eaten parachute in the modern world. Bitcoin is not trying to be "electronic gold". Gold was trying to be a "physical bitcoin". Except it falls short in the area of fungibility, divisibility and transmissibility.

I don't know how old Roach is but if he thinks he can retire from silver few decades from now, not going to happen.

The prices on Earth will completly collapse when space mining starts.

Precious metals like gold, iridium, silver, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhenium, rhodium, ruthenium, iron, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, aluminium, and titanium are there in huge quantities. Maybe we find new undiscovered metals in the process.

Eventually Bitcoin will replace the gold standard.
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January 05, 2019, 04:21:28 PM

Ok guys, WO talk now. If we look at 3D RSI we can see a clear divergence but low volume during the painfully obvious swing rejection is seeming more and more like a bull trap to me. If we don't crack 3980 again by mid January (clear short term reversal) then we are going down again. Probably to 3.3k Maybe lower. Either way, next 1D breakout soon, Bollinger Bands squeezing, Choppiness Index indicates breakout very soon.

Breakout to 3548 likely.
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It's evidence of the fact your lies about claiming bitcoin qualifies as money...

It's evidence of people voting for their book.

There are plenty of valid arguments against bitcoin propagating as "money", but they're not the ones you're presenting as you're too wedded to associations with "the physical". Keep wishing for the "Mad Max" moment, then you might at last have a point. But then dogfood might be just as attractive as gold so maybe you should add a few tins to your portfolio just to be on the safe side Wink
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January 05, 2019, 04:23:26 PM

The prices on Earth will completly collapse when space mining starts.

It's so economical, cheap, and hazard free to just wander around jacking off in space that not a single person has attempted to go to the moon since 60 years ago.  Why do you even type such dumb shit?  The cost of production for an ounce of space gold would be $1 million+ dollars.
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I don't know how old Roach is but if he thinks he can retire from silver few decades from now, not going to happen.

Precious metals like gold, iridium, silver, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhenium, rhodium, ruthenium, iron, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, aluminium, and titanium are there in huge quantities. Maybe we find new undiscovered metals in the process. The prices on Earth will completly collapse when space mining starts.

Eventually Bitcoin will replace the gold standard.

The space mining argument is just not going to cut it. It costs billions of dollars ATM just to land a probe on an asteroid. It's even more expensive to attempt to return a small sample to Earth. We are a long way off to make such an operation profitable. The only way this starts to become feasible is if we first colonize the heavenly bodies. Then the mining would just supply the local population at first.
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Litecoin shows the way as usual... Buckle up!  Shocked Cool
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wtf, more and more people are arguing with roach. at least stop quoting him or risk getting ignored by the rest of us WO's.
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January 05, 2019, 04:31:57 PM

wtf, more and more people are arguing with roach. at least stop quoting him or risk getting ignored by the rest of us WO's.
yeah your right gonna downtune my r0ach quotes by like very much

its a bit waste of time also
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January 05, 2019, 04:42:13 PM

Ok guys, WO talk now. If we look at 3D RSI we can see a clear divergence but low volume during the painfully obvious swing rejection is seeming more and more like a bull trap to me. If we don't crack 3980 again by mid January (clear short term reversal) then we are going down again. Probably to 3.3k Maybe lower. Either way, next 1D breakout soon, Bollinger Bands squeezing, Choppiness Index indicates breakout very soon.

Breakout to 3548 likely.

do not 80X short us THX mate Roll Eyes
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January 05, 2019, 04:44:31 PM

Ok guys, WO talk now. If we look at 3D RSI we can see a clear divergence but low volume during the painfully obvious swing rejection is seeming more and more like a bull trap to me. If we don't crack 3980 again by mid January (clear short term reversal) then we are going down again. Probably to 3.3k Maybe lower. Either way, next 1D breakout soon, Bollinger Bands squeezing, Choppiness Index indicates breakout very soon.

Breakout to 3548 likely.

do not 80X short us THX mate Roll Eyes

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Thanks Globb0, it seems like a nice community here and I should check it more!
This place is a sausagefest!
Why do you think I'm here?  Roll Eyes

Hey now. The only sausage you should be festing is micgoossens'.

What sort of degenerates do you take us for around here ?

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January 05, 2019, 04:49:13 PM

This is the future of your dystopian, non-fungible, centralized, permissioned ledger, digital token system.

Coinbase Bans Conservative Social Media Network Gab, Again

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-04/coinbase-bans-conservative-social-media-network-gabagain

First Kikebase bans sites like this for allowing free speech, then the govt regulates the mining pools and giant mining facilities with black lists, and you're now living in hell.
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January 05, 2019, 04:51:31 PM
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so r0ach, fair question, are you that big of a winner in life?

Are you not intelligent enough to figure out it's not possible to create a decentralized digital currency at all?  That transaction validators are always designed to centralize in every single one, and the only possible endgame of a digital currency will be an enslavement tool controlled by the govt resembling the Chinese social credit score system?  

Even if transaction validators weren't designed to centralize (an impossible hurdle to fix), the simple act of tokens being non-fungible would still give you that result.  You need to be a flat out drooling idiot to shill for imaginary, valueless, digital tracking tokens over physical metals.  Why do you think people like Ben Bernanke and Larry Summers promote them?  This thread and the entire cryptocurrency industry is composed of 1/2 dumbasses and 1/2 people who would sell their soul to the devil for a nickel.

Soooooo, your the only smart guy in a whole thread with i don't know how many members??

Most humans are compartmentalized, retard savants only good at doing a small subset of tasks due to human specialization of labor.  Yea, there are some 'well-trained' retard savants on the forum who are good at some random thing like assembly, but being good at assembly doesn't convey universal knowledge about everything.  

Probably the main reason these people you make believe are smart get this subject so wrong is due to the god complex most programmers have.  They make believe any problem can just be coded around and that there's no such thing as an unsolvable problem.  I used to believe the same thing about bitcoin, as well as people like Anonymint.  Then I started noticing things like it doesn't even solve the Byzantine generals problem; they attempted to change the syntax to "bitcoin solves a form of the Byzantine generals problem" to try and somewhat cover up this inconvenient truth.

Then from there I said it's really not possible to create a decentralized digital currency and attempting to hard code a fixed number of transaction validators (the crap Dan Larimer does) would probably be the only half ass thing that can come from any of this, but none of it is actually decentralized and has no purpose over metals.  Anonymint then started also posting it's not possible to create a decentralized digital currency, and even one of the founders of Zerohedge posted on here saying the only reason he reads the forum is to read posts from me + Anonymint.  

We have discussed these topics for years, and the only real argument left is that Anonymint claims he has some secret way to make a decentralized digital currency, but he really doesn't.  It's 100% impossible to make one.

Lol, the intellectual fails in this post are just sad. Bringing up a random, irrelevant skill like assembly, how old must you be man? No wonder you are so detached from the world and its future.

Your idea that programmers think everything is solvable is also ludicrous. There are tons of intractable problems in computer science.

Your dismissal of Bitcoin and the movement it started also completely misses the point. Even if its not perfect, its an improvement for sure and will create the path towards a more egalitarian currency, either soon or in the future. But the first building blocks were set here in this decade. Your failure to contribute something to this effort while wasting time arguing false truths.. Its just sad at this point.

Ive read your exchanges with Anonymint/iamnotback over the years and you claiming victory here is just another example of your pathethic ego. At no point did you ever produce a coherent and effective argument, always caught up in your own bubble of ignorance.

You have set a great example on how not to be. Actually a wake up call for some people, like seeing a heroine-addicted bum, a warning for what happens if you fuck up in life.

You're a true loser, Roach, after years of lurking I can finally communicate that message through my good friend here.

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going to stop quoting you by very much, cause i don't wanna get ignored around here

have fun with future trolling friend....
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