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January 07, 2019, 06:22:42 AM

Bitcoin BTC is on the move. What surprise does the New Year will bring us? I'm hopeful that the volatility will be in the right direction this time.
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January 07, 2019, 06:58:58 AM

As Kenzawak notes above, long / short ratio super high for a bear market

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January 07, 2019, 07:26:51 AM
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Non-story, as Tim Sweeny admitted himself.

It was one of their payment processors "trying something out".
It's a great story.
Monero afficionados had five days in the sun.
Then reality hit them in the face like a bottle of Barolo

This is one of the major red flags of Last of the v8's and the rest of the Trilema shills - an anti-fungibility coin, anti-Monero stance.  No sane human would ever shill for a non-fungible, permissioned ledger, govt tracking system token that abolishes the 5th amendment, which is what bitcoin currently is.

I do have many problems with Monero, like in the case of it's cryptography imploding it just functions as a honey trap to then expose all transactions people thought were hidden (unless something has changed with it recently; I haven't kept up with it).  When I was there right at the beginning of Monero discussing it's parameters with people, I said it's emission schedule was insane too, because an actual economy has to be built around the tokens before the entire supply is mined out.  It was just way too frontloaded leaving it exposed to die like all PoW coins that get flash mined.

And of course transaction validators are designed to centralize just like bitcoin, defeating the entire point of it's existence.  Which is why they already changed PoW to try and fight it, meaning the coin has central bankers or a "benevolent dictatorship" like a linux distro.  None of these things are decentralized and can only be compared to an open source project like Firefox best case scenario.  Would you go all-in if Firefox started making Firefox dollars?  I would not, which is why I buy physical metals instead of craptocurrencies.
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January 07, 2019, 07:49:02 AM

@r0ach are you retarded or you did the triple same posting on purpose?

I have already waited enough time for you to be aware and correct your mistake(?) before posting this.

What's the deal here? You just try to upset people with your insanity hoping someone talks to you even if it is for telling how retarded you are? Does that really give you some satisfaction? You are very ill.
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January 07, 2019, 08:04:31 AM

^The forum is fucked up.  Not my fault.  You hit post, it lags out for 30 seconds then fails to post.  You refresh page and there's no new post there.  You try to post again and it goes through then the original post randomly appears back later.  And yes, we all know that anyone who points out transaction validators are designed to centralize in every single cryptocurrency and it's 100% impossible to create a decentralized digital currency in the first place is racist.
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January 07, 2019, 08:34:11 AM

I was tickled by V8's post on meta-limericks and meta-haikus.

First, five syllables
the middle line has seven
and five more to end.


Trying to elicit tears from one OG.

Am I allowed to say out loud that I think the Haiku form is shit and pointless? Though full marks for creativity.

They do not speak to me in any way whatsoever. I presume if one is steeped in Bushido it moves one to tears.

Most people here have limericks in their DNA, most of which have 'Nantucket' in there somewhere.

A pervert called gentlemand
had limericks mixed into his tea
he peeked in the cup
and peed, and threw up
and I didn't mention Nantucket.

Classy, well played Sir!   I am running out of Merits due to this outpouring of pleasing playful poetry.
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January 07, 2019, 08:46:29 AM

ˆOh well:

Don't wake sleeping dogs now, please. Infofront's just done with his chore, do we want dogshit all over the place again so soon?


And I was just penning a post to thank Infofront for the sudden sweet freshness of the air of late...  Ho hum.

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January 07, 2019, 09:32:18 AM

@r0ach are you retarded or you did the triple same posting on purpose?

I have already waited enough time for you to be aware and correct your mistake(?) before posting this.

What's the deal here? You just try to upset people with your insanity hoping someone talks to you even if it is for telling how retarded you are? Does that really give you some satisfaction? You are very ill.

Its the illness of the latest BTC pump
Always I see he isn’t here when a green dildo is growing
Maybe @those times he’s just looking to Some silver pieces and realizing how worthless they are....
Where from more hate is growing combined with Some female posting, its to much.
I claim the next act of terrorism could be claimed by r0ach, I hope not so, and just let it stick with triple posting nonsens.

Good morning poem writers, a skill i clearly haven’t got myself .....
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January 07, 2019, 09:43:50 AM
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W0w I figured out the trick, don't look at the price for the days and then bam a dildo! Cheesy

I want to be like those OG’s I read about every now & then from 2010 or something who forget about bitcoin then check the price 5-6 years later to discover that their investment had made them a multi millionaire.

**I check the price about 25 times a day though**
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January 07, 2019, 09:48:54 AM

^
Still the same for me, only now its price and thread checking  Cheesy
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January 07, 2019, 09:49:53 AM

Does anyone else
count syllables on fingers?
So it's just me then.

still figuring what syllables are.... thats why it ain't working for me

good BTC is more easy to understand Grin

FYI

Does an-y-one else
count syl-la-bles on fin-gers?
So it's just me then.

aaaah

and does has to be

4
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THX man


No, it's 5-7-5.
I spilt the words there into syllables - count them.

I have an Italian wife - I asked and she doesn't quite get it either. So it's particularly native thing. I guess it's a similarity Japanese and English. Hiragana being words split into syllables - as close as Japanese gets to an alphabet.

I saw similar in Korean, they seem to have a picture for each sound in the word



They do not speak to me in any way whatsoever.

There is supposed to be some beauty of nature element
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January 07, 2019, 10:05:13 AM


Hmm. And I was just about to ask about how PoK seemed to be a non-event.

It was quiet. Too quiet.

Remember when everything got locked up with KYC, then there was a pump no one could claim?

Is this the same thing? all get coins off the exchange then bam and you cant do anything cos no coins on the exchange?
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January 07, 2019, 10:07:56 AM

Our resident pervert is trying to steer us towards limericks, but we all know how that will end.

Somewhere in Kentucket ?

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January 07, 2019, 10:14:02 AM
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This could be very suspicious. As we always say – when the shorts are at their all-time high – expect a short squeeze. When the shorts are near their low levels – expect a long squeeze.

Bears go full retard mode. Some entity is obviously buying BTC in big chunks (green dildos). They let the market chill a bit and the price drops and then they buy some more. Isn't it a coincidence that BAKKT tweeted about their $182m investment recently? Now the question is will they let the price dip below their buying price or would someone in their right mind invest $182m without being sure the bottom is in? Would you?

Buy now or regret later! Go BTC go!
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January 07, 2019, 10:16:23 AM

Our resident pervert is trying to steer us towards limericks, but we all know how that will end.

Somewhere in Kentucket ?



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January 07, 2019, 10:16:34 AM

^The forum is fucked up.  Not my fault.  You hit post, it lags out for 30 seconds then fails to post.  You refresh page and there's no new post there.  You try to post again and it goes through then the original post randomly appears back later.  And yes, we all know that anyone who points out transaction validators are designed to centralize in every single cryptocurrency and it's 100% impossible to create a decentralized digital currency in the first place is racist.

Virgin Roach, Nazis love Bitcoin, thats why they are pumping it. Bitcoin is the best money ever, even for racists. They are welcome to pump it just like we encourage them to drive cars and use the internet.

I wonder how many people Gab converted today to further our cause and help us as we march to 100k. Are there any sites you love that dont love Bitcoin as their favorite funding source? It seems Nazis are poster boys for why Bitcoin is the best. I hear antifa uses physical silver. Fucking losers!
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January 07, 2019, 10:19:53 AM
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January 07, 2019, 10:27:58 AM
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Morning WO's,

How can we expect r0achie to behave, when we mention him every so often. Never mind.

@r0ach, I will be your designated Nemesis for today.
BTW there is nothing wrong with the forum. OK it rarely lags, but in your case it's all the other bits & pieces running in stealth on your hardware. Wink
Keep calm & keep wanking.

Haiku? Never heard about them, but I'll try to play along Grin

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r0ach is very wrong
sure we will not get along
he is a real dong

#2
r0ach is a homo
surviving in shear FOMO
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January 07, 2019, 10:33:59 AM

Bear market thoughts.

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All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.

-Arthur Schopenhauer-

In similar vein: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/ad9bjy/douglas_adams_explains_why_some_old_folks_dislike/
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January 07, 2019, 10:52:14 AM
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Bears go full retard mode. Some entity is obviously buying BTC in big chunks (green dildos). They let the market chill a bit and the price drops and then they buy some more. Isn't it a coincidence that BAKKT tweeted about their $182m investment recently? Now the question is will they let the price dip below their buying price or would someone in their right mind invest $182m without being sure the bottom is in? Would you?

Buy now or regret later! Go BTC go!

That $182 million makes its $182 million back from price movement. It doesn't care what the price is as long as it goes up and down in large volumes.
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