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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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February 01, 2019, 04:20:08 PM


It seems tether transaction.
https://www.omniexplorer.info/address/3PajPWymUexhewHPczmLQ8CMYatKAGNj3y
https://www.omniexplorer.info/search/9f0d403589ebab48daf99b1888ce78f03c73f67418bf2cec39093584f9fd3646

May be I am ignorant.
How both chain works together? I mean Bitcoin blockchain and tether? I never encountered this.


Think of it like cleaning your ears with the lid of a biro. It's generally frowned upon in polite society and it's not what biros were designed for, but it works well enough and you can't stop people doing it so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The Vicks vaporub discussion a few pages back is another example.

now I have to spend my valuable time at work researching "lid of a biro".   I have no idea what a biro is. I admit, we on the mainland are so naive and isolated about some things.  Smiley

 I'll save you some time.
Laslow Biro invented the ballpoint pen and Bic perfected the ear-scratcher cap (lid) for it.


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February 01, 2019, 04:20:18 PM

my prediction for the next ATH: Q1/Q2 2021  Cool

EDIT: you can quote me for later prove  Grin
What are you willing to eat in case you're incorrect?

hmm, a bunch of my butt hairs? (uncleaned!)  Grin
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my prediction for the next ATH: Q1/Q2 2021  Cool

EDIT: you can quote me for later prove  Grin
What are you willing to eat in case you're incorrect?

hmm, a bunch of my butt hairs?

 Oh boy!  That reminds me of a story about my frat-house initiation I should tell you guys some day.
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February 01, 2019, 04:30:46 PM



 Sure.... but do you have a larger version of that image?  That Bitcoin on Bart isn't going to show up once I put it on a hat.


Give me few mins my friend.

Here you go mate:

I can give you the frames as well if you want to.

Thank you

Doin' the Bartman.

  

Avatar-sized

 

This is F**king awesome!

Thanks a TON my man.

Edit: Gosh, it's tempting. I can't wait to wear the avatar but unfortunately I have to wait until I finish this signature campaign I am doing.
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February 01, 2019, 04:34:27 PM
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I don't want to sound whiny or anything, but.. homer, wouldn't it be easy for you to remove the white background? Smiley Looks better without it.
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February 01, 2019, 04:38:52 PM
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Hey Mic, you got a link to those machines that make those coffee's?

I already had a hunt actually.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vdK3WzgcF0

video is 2016 - cost then was $990 or something.

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February 01, 2019, 04:43:28 PM


Hey Mic, you got a link to those machines that make those coffee's?

I already had a hunt actually.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vdK3WzgcF0

video is 2016 - cost then was $990 or something.


indeed and they are not that crazy expensive, but i think there are machines now that can make it sharper as well.....
but its just fun, it gives an extra touch to the coffee......
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February 01, 2019, 04:44:47 PM

^^
awesome piece "artwork"

if someone would of create some real life sh*t with those HAT, link them to the WO thread

I THINK IT WOULD SELL F***ING HARD!!!!!!!!!

that a nice HAT Pamoldar wear it with pride Smiley

I spent hours contacting all kinds of businesses, including in China, promising many riches, but up til now no luck. Not ready to give up yet tho.

Cheers everyone!!
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February 01, 2019, 04:50:20 PM



qiuck question before I take of to "gritt lessons" .......

WHEN VEGETA?
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February 01, 2019, 04:51:31 PM

my prediction for the next ATH: Q1/Q2 2021  Cool

EDIT: you can quote me for later prove  Grin
What are you willing to eat in case you're incorrect?

probably some candy, good foods, french fries, I bet nothing to nasty with that prediction Roll Eyes
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I don't want to sound whiny or anything, but.. homer, wouldn't it be easy for you to remove the white background? Smiley Looks better without it.

 Well, normally I save my files as jpg because... I'm old.  There is no transparency for jpg and GIF doesn't have the level of colours I need so it would mean learning something new.  I'm not averse to learning but I think I'm getting to the point where learning something new comes at the expense of forgetting something (I've run out of the human cognitive equivalent of a computer's RAM) so it's really fear that keeps me from removing the white.  I'll try to grow a pair and learn how to adapt and remove the white.... but it might take some time Wink
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The next ATH is far away.

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February 01, 2019, 05:03:47 PM

Bitcoin Price Hits Record Sixth Consecutive Month of Losses

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Bitcoin’s price fell for a record sixth consecutive month in January, after an early bounce to $4,000 failed to entice mass buying.

The leading cryptocurrency by market value closed yesterday at $3,413 on Bitstamp – down 7.59 percent from the monthly opening price of $3,693. Prices dropped 9, 6, 4.4, 37 and 7 percent, respectively, in the previous five months.

The second longest run of monthly losses dates back to 2011 when prices dropped 81 percent during the five months from July to November.

BTC has fared a little better in the last six months, with a 63 percent loss over the period.


https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-price-hits-record-sixth-consecutive-month-of-losses
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I know it feels like it's possible there might not have been enough pain to confirm the bottom...

But I just took a look back on an admittedly unconventional 3-day (rather than weekly) chart basis with 200 / 50 MAs plotted for the past few months.  Note 'death cross', heavy drop and increase in volume pattern from mid-Nov to early Dec.

Of course, as I am now pretty much back to fully all-in, this plays into my personal, biased requirement for confirmation that we've already seen the bottom - but it does look like a capitulation to me...



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Bitcoin Price Hits Record Sixth Consecutive Month of Losses

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Bitcoin’s price fell for a record sixth consecutive month in January, after an early bounce to $4,000 failed to entice mass buying.

The leading cryptocurrency by market value closed yesterday at $3,413 on Bitstamp – down 7.59 percent from the monthly opening price of $3,693. Prices dropped 9, 6, 4.4, 37 and 7 percent, respectively, in the previous five months.

The second longest run of monthly losses dates back to 2011 when prices dropped 81 percent during the five months from July to November.

BTC has fared a little better in the last six months, with a 63 percent loss over the period.


https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-price-hits-record-sixth-consecutive-month-of-losses

There is no loss in the last month
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February 01, 2019, 05:12:22 PM

I don't want to sound whiny or anything, but.. homer, wouldn't it be easy for you to remove the white background? Smiley Looks better without it.

 Well, normally I save my files as jpg because... I'm old.  There is no transparency for jpg and GIF doesn't have the level of colours I need so it would mean learning something new.  I'm not averse to learning but I think I'm getting to the point where learning something new comes at the expense of forgetting something (I've run out of the human cognitive equivalent of a computer's RAM) so it's really fear that keeps me from removing the white.  I'll try to grow a pair and learn how to adapt and remove the white.... but it might take some time Wink

For me, you have done a lot my friend. I am really happy with the image. If you can do the transparent background then it's a bonus for me. Either way I am happy.

Thank you a lot.
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Bitcoin Price Hits Record Sixth Consecutive Month of Losses

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Bitcoin’s price fell for a record sixth consecutive month in January, after an early bounce to $4,000 failed to entice mass buying.

The leading cryptocurrency by market value closed yesterday at $3,413 on Bitstamp – down 7.59 percent from the monthly opening price of $3,693. Prices dropped 9, 6, 4.4, 37 and 7 percent, respectively, in the previous five months.

The second longest run of monthly losses dates back to 2011 when prices dropped 81 percent during the five months from July to November.

BTC has fared a little better in the last six months, with a 63 percent loss over the period.


https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-price-hits-record-sixth-consecutive-month-of-losses

There is no loss in the last month

Are you sure?
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February 01, 2019, 05:20:45 PM
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Artificial Intelligence, Bitcoin and Coffee  . . . what could possibly go wrong ?


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February 01, 2019, 05:22:39 PM

I don't want to sound whiny or anything, but.. homer, wouldn't it be easy for you to remove the white background? Smiley Looks better without it.

 Well, normally I save my files as jpg because... I'm old.  There is no transparency for jpg and GIF doesn't have the level of colours I need so it would mean learning something new.  I'm not averse to learning but I think I'm getting to the point where learning something new comes at the expense of forgetting something (I've run out of the human cognitive equivalent of a computer's RAM) so it's really fear that keeps me from removing the white.  I'll try to grow a pair and learn how to adapt and remove the white.... but it might take some time Wink


Save as PNG, keep the transparency, easy.
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February 01, 2019, 05:23:16 PM

Before going back up, almost always go down to find the bottom and start climbing.
But it's Bitcoin, everything can happen. Wink
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