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February 02, 2019, 07:24:51 PM

Bitcoin going from $3,500 to $1,000,000 a lot less crazy than it getting to $3500 in the first place.

Never underestimate BTC.

And never over estimate. Wink

Dear bull brother, for BTC to reach $1 million, means that the world has changed a lot. Fast.
I do hope you are referring to this parallel version of reality.
Also r0ach needs to get laid before that happens, even if the chances are to be raped by a group of people he dreadfully underestimated.

I know a mill is far from NOW Roll Eyes

first we will follow HM price predictions, very happy if those come true Cheesy

Not good to rely on a sorcerer - even if such sorcerer has a decent track record and has historically backed up his/her predictions well.
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Cheers WO’s ,Micg is getting wasted ..... still hoping to catch a white russian after dinner
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February 02, 2019, 07:48:06 PM

If we extrapolate the run from 200$ to 20 000$ in just 2 years... Comparing with 2016 the rise from the bottom was 5x, so we get a price of 15K$.

How did 100x turn into merely 5x?

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The interesting part is whether the people will be afraid of another crash like in Dec 2017, when we reach 16-18K area (of course 10-12K will be the first major resistance).

Major resistance? I think it more likely that $10K-12K will be the strong signal for noobmoney to FOMO in.

Looks like 5x was the intermediate play of half way through the bull market price movement (the gradual rise), and 100x is looking at the full range of the exponential price growth period from bottom to top.

Although I will note that BTC prices did not reach any kind of comfortable 5x in 2016 (which would have been $1k as outlined by ivomm), and it was well into 2017 before there was any 5x comfort.

Agree with you, jbreher, that the FOMO at $10k to $12k might outweigh the resistance that will also likely be present at those price levels, if we ever get back there.
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Thanks for updating the WO view of this chart. I like it. A lot.

I usually merit for lulz. But seeing as you are continually running dry...

My WO brother I always run dry cause of the many awesome people to reward or THX with merit in here
The problem now actualy is i’m running very dry, but on WINE Roll Eyes
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I usually merit for lulz. But seeing as you are continually running dry...

Even if true, that is a form of subtle (or not so subtle) merit begging... hahahahaha... I am running dry... Yeah, right...  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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February 02, 2019, 07:55:11 PM

Another exchange going down, Coinpulse this time :

https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ameout/urgent_coinpulse_is_shutting_down_withdraw_your/

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CoinPulse will suspend all trading and deposits from February 1, 2019. We will keep withdrawals open until February 7, 2019.

We are asking all users to withdraw all of their personal crypto assets off CoinPulse Exchange by end of the day on February 7, 2019 to avoid them being locked out during the suspension period.

On February 7, 2019, All CoinPulse Exchange services will be suspended until further notice. No withdrawals will be permitted after this date.



Wow... that is really short notice.  Gotta be alert and in touch if you have money on any exchange these days.
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Dan Morehead of Pantera Capital on Why This Crypto Winter Is Different (20 minute podcast)

https://unchainedpodcast.com/dan-morehead-of-pantera-capital-on-why-this-crypto-winter-is-different/

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Finally, my Google news from general media is turning heavy bearish, and some friends started mocking me again for my btc investment (although with a lot of caution compared than before Smiley )
I think these are prerequisites for a bull run.

You must have a very short memory.  I think I was the only person on the forum posting anything bullish about bitcoin when it was $200.  The majority of bitcoin's existence has sentiment of despair and apathy.  What do you see right now?  A metric ton of dumbasses like Micgoossens posting lambo spam 24 hours a day.  The forum is like 99% bullish and 1% bearish lol.  

This might sound good if you have no idea how the bitcoin market works, but anyone that does knows bitcoin is a completely non-aggregate market controlled by a single entity operating on Bitfinex and trades solely as a pump and dump scam and nothing else.  The Bitfinex entity only attempts to raise the price if he can shake out everyone else first or if he believes there's someone to buy his pump at the top.  If the entire world is all-in on shitcoins just waiting to dump on him, the incentive to pump it doesn't exist.
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I do not believe too much news so drawn to this post I can say. Because usually all being unfounded. We have to wonder if what we know right now you need time to release too early for a decision Markets.

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Let me tell you a story about the 14/15 bear market. My wife was in her masters program at the time and I needed $5k for tuition. $5k then was 22 BTC. I was in between clients and wasn’t going to be paid for 3 months. So I sold the BTC right? Wrong. I sold my car. Got $6k for it.

https://twitter.com/americanhodl/status/1091192275554562048
^HERO? Smiley

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What are you willing to sacrifice this bear market in order to win?
I'm selling my boat. Rather too cheaply too, but better to get rid of it quick than let it sit for a year waiting for someone with more money than sense. Got what I needed from it, was an expensive trip, but worth it.

Not selling my OTHER boat. My old man took it over and it will be freely available to the family whenever someone wants to use it.
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February 02, 2019, 08:29:34 PM

Finally, my Google news from general media is turning heavy bearish, and some friends started mocking me again for my btc investment (although with a lot of caution compared than before Smiley )
I think these are prerequisites for a bull run.

You must have a very short memory.  I think I was the only person on the forum posting anything bullish about bitcoin when it was $200.  The majority of bitcoin's existence has sentiment of despair and apathy.  What do you see right now?  A metric ton of dumbasses like Micgoossens posting lambo spam 24 hours a day.  The forum is like 99% bullish and 1% bearish lol.

At this point in time, I am not going to search through your post history to show the extent to which you are full of shit in your claims, but it still seems worth asking you for one point of clarification about your selling all of your BTC in the $500 to $600 price range.   I personally had remembered (and of course my memory could be off a little bit) that you sold all your BTC on the way down, meaning that you got completely out of BTC and into gold and silver in about mid-to-late 2014. 

If I am wrong in my memory about that, which I doubt that I am, then alternatively, you would have gotten out out of BTC and into those stupid ass PMs in the late 2016 time frame... which would have been around the time of the bitfinex "hack,"  which might explain why you are both so bitter about bitfinex, and still stuck on your stupid ass broken record assertions that bitfinex, in some way, still (as if it ever did) controls the BTC price with its supposed shenanigans. 

Maybe you can clarify these timeline matters in terms of your supposed bullishness?  I doubt that you will clarify, because just like any experienced (or trained) troll, you are in the habit of creating talking points and loose ends rather than providing actual information or clarifications.

This might sound good if you have no idea how the bitcoin market works, but anyone that does knows bitcoin is a completely non-aggregate market controlled by a single entity operating on Bitfinex and trades solely as a pump and dump scam and nothing else.  The Bitfinex entity only attempts to raise the price if he can shake out everyone else first or if he believes there's someone to buy his pump at the top.  If the entire world is all-in on shitcoins just waiting to dump on him, the incentive to pump it doesn't exist.

When are you going to move on from this worn out bitfinex conspiracy talking point?  Do you realize that such ongoing bitfinex conspiracy talking point carries little to no weight these days?
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February 02, 2019, 08:38:52 PM

There is something a bit retarded for anyone claiming to be BTC bullish to want the BTC price to sink an additional more than 70% after it has already gone down 85%. 

Wishers gonna wish.

Where's that gif of the guy running after the departing train?
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February 02, 2019, 08:42:40 PM

Finally, my Google news from general media is turning heavy bearish, and some friends started mocking me again for my btc investment (although with a lot of caution compared than before Smiley )
I think these are prerequisites for a bull run.

You must have a very short memory.  I think I was the only person on the forum posting anything bullish about bitcoin when it was $200.  The majority of bitcoin's existence has sentiment of despair and apathy.  What do you see right now?  A metric ton of dumbasses like Micgoossens posting lambo spam 24 hours a day.  The forum is like 99% bullish and 1% bearish lol. 

This might sound good if you have no idea how the bitcoin market works, but anyone that does knows bitcoin is a completely non-aggregate market controlled by a single entity operating on Bitfinex and trades solely as a pump and dump scam and nothing else.  The Bitfinex entity only attempts to raise the price if he can shake out everyone else first or if he believes there's someone to buy his pump at the top.  If the entire world is all-in on shitcoins just waiting to dump on him, the incentive to pump it doesn't exist.

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Are you telling me Woz got out?
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February 02, 2019, 08:44:52 PM

Guys, here, were not way too bullish in 2017.  Many guys were predicting $3k to $5k as the high price points, and $10k in some kind of outlandish scenario.  2017 Bitcoin prices left a vast majority of folks here, even the most pie in the sky bullish of them in the dust.

True story. I wasn't even _wishing_ for that high a spike.

Of course, that almost guarantees that it will be different next time.








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February 02, 2019, 08:47:27 PM

Let me tell you a story about the 14/15 bear market. My wife was in her masters program at the time and I needed $5k for tuition. $5k then was 22 BTC. I was in between clients and wasn’t going to be paid for 3 months. So I sold the BTC right? Wrong. I sold my car. Got $6k for it.

https://twitter.com/americanhodl/status/1091192275554562048
^HERO? Smiley

The rest of the story is hilarious (and inspiring) too:
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What are you willing to sacrifice this bear market in order to win?

That story makes little sense.
He makes 250K a year, yet cannot spend $300 a mo on a $20K car payment?
Something here does not compute.
I appreciate his dedication to the btc cause, though.
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