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Question: Feb. 28 Closing Price:
<$1,000 - 8 (11.3%)
$2,600-$2,800 - 2 (2.8%)
$2,800-$3,000 - 6 (8.5%)
$3,000-$3,200 - 3 (4.2%)
$3,200-$3,400 - 6 (8.5%)
$3,400-$3,600 - 5 (7%)
$3,600-$3,800 - 13 (18.3%)
$3,800-$4,000 - 7 (9.9%)
$4,000-$4,200 - 9 (12.7%)
$4,200-$4,400 - 1 (1.4%)
$4,400-$4,600 - 2 (2.8%)
>$6,000 - 9 (12.7%)
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February 06, 2019, 04:28:24 PM

fuck Murad
Is this why you are pissed?


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February 06, 2019, 04:29:50 PM

Remember Elwar's quote guys:

Throughout the last year I was told how "lucky" I was to have so many bitcoins. They wished they got in so "early" like me, that they were not so "lucky".

Think of all of the people selling right now. Think of all of the people buying right now. The people selling are doing something easy. The people buying are doing something hard.

Holding BTC right now is hard, it's not easy. When you do something that is hard and are rewarded, that is not luck. That is a reward that is earned.

I have earned every bit of what I have, and then some, having been through these tough times several times and not buckled.

I am not lucky. I am strong.

Selling is easy. Hodling during these times is what counts.

Hodling now is even harder than what it was in August/2018 and it might become even harder.

#stronghands
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February 06, 2019, 04:34:54 PM

Theymos says 3 grand. I'm betting on 3 grand. Sad but true.

$3k is not impossible, but that was not my prediction. I think that:
 - The most recent crash was artificial, driven by very few whales.
 - The market has wanted badly to stabilize for a while, but keeps choosing what turns out to be a too-high price.

So I predict that the price will rise somewhat, maybe a bit above 7k, and then it will either stabilize (in BTC terms...) or *slowly* continue a downward trend. I feel that we are not too far from a sustainable longer-term price: I'd guess 5500 at the lowest. IMO 3k *could* be reached by widespread panic selling, and 1k could be reached if some shit *really* hits the fan, but I consider neither likely.

Theymos did nothing wrong.  Grin He warned us all.

*I just took a quick look at the old pages of the topic and found some gems.
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February 06, 2019, 04:35:29 PM

You can now use bitcoin to invest in stocks and ETFs with Abra's crypto app.

https://www.abra.com/eq?kid=W6YD4

https://dailyhodl.com/2019/02/06/bitcoin-breakthrough-investors-can-now-buy-apple-amazon-and-google-stock-through-bitcoin-blockchain-on-abras-crypto-app/

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If you are writing some pie in the sky long term predictions while pointing to short term annihilation of the asset that already experienced above 80% decline, than you are:

1. SM club subscriber.
2. Too "smart" for your own good.
3. Want to push asset down to load since you don't have ANY of it.
4. You are named Tone or Murad.

What is the correct answer?

If you look at his last 3 ending tweets, personally he doesn't sound like he's just trolling Bitcoin. He actually sounds like a somewhat realistic hodler to me.

That being said, I don't believe Twitter activity about Bitcoin/crypto is a valid metric at all. Hundreds, thousands of Bitcoin sockpuppet shill accounts were created during the run up to influence people buying in. Now they have all gone dormant. It will happen again, 100% sure of that.

He's a fairly well known guy in the bitcoin twittersphere. I think he's basically a bitcoin maximalist. He's just been a little overbearing in his pain forecasts.
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February 06, 2019, 04:39:30 PM

Remember Elwar's quote guys:

Throughout the last year I was told how "lucky" I was to have so many bitcoins. They wished they got in so "early" like me, that they were not so "lucky".

Think of all of the people selling right now. Think of all of the people buying right now. The people selling are doing something easy. The people buying are doing something hard.

Holding BTC right now is hard, it's not easy. When you do something that is hard and are rewarded, that is not luck. That is a reward that is earned.

I have earned every bit of what I have, and then some, having been through these tough times several times and not buckled.

I am not lucky. I am strong.

Selling is easy. Hodling during these times is what counts.

Hodling now is even harder than what it was in August/2018 and it might become even harder.

#stronghands

Elwar is very right, and you continue being right.....
Very good I have patience and a pair of big NUTS to go along with my strong claws.....
And yes the HODL is hard and especially for those that are in losses, cause they really must start to belief in the actual good and use of BTC, i have had a way more easy HODL cause i have had increasement by winning, could easily have been loding to, but it was winning and for this session i’m doing good again, so as long as my streak keeps going, the HODL gets more easy ( in my case) but much respect for the true HODLERS that are hodling through Some really ruff periods
They are really earning respect and reward
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February 06, 2019, 04:47:26 PM


If you are writing some pie in the sky long term predictions while pointing to short term annihilation of the asset that already experienced above 80% decline, than you are:

1. SM club subscriber.
2. Too "smart" for your own good.
3. Want to push asset down to load since you don't have ANY of it.
4. You are named Tone or Murad.

What is the correct answer?

If you look at his last 3 ending tweets, personally he doesn't sound like he's just trolling Bitcoin. He actually sounds like a somewhat realistic hodler to me.

That being said, I don't believe Twitter activity about Bitcoin/crypto is a valid metric at all. Hundreds, thousands of Bitcoin sockpuppet shill accounts were created during the run up to influence people buying in. Now they have all gone dormant. It will happen again, 100% sure of that.
He's a fairly well known guy in the bitcoin twittersphere. I think he's basically a bitcoin maximalist. He's just been a little overbearing in his pain forecasts.

I can't bear your puns anymore.


Is this for Android too?


Remember Elwar's quote guys:

Throughout the last year I was told how "lucky" I was to have so many bitcoins. They wished they got in so "early" like me, that they were not so "lucky".

Think of all of the people selling right now. Think of all of the people buying right now. The people selling are doing something easy. The people buying are doing something hard.

Holding BTC right now is hard, it's not easy. When you do something that is hard and are rewarded, that is not luck. That is a reward that is earned.

I have earned every bit of what I have, and then some, having been through these tough times several times and not buckled.

I am not lucky. I am strong.

Selling is easy. Hodling during these times is what counts.

Hodling now is even harder than what it was in August/2018 and it might become even harder.

#stronghands

Elwar is very right, and you continue being right.....
Very good I have patience and a pair of big NUTS to go along with my strong claws.....
And yes the HODL is hard and especially for those that are in losses, cause they really must start to belief in the actual good and use of BTC, i have had a way more easy HODL cause i have had increasement by winning, could easily have been loding to, but it was winning and for this session i’m doing good again, so as long as my streak keeps going, the HODL gets more easy ( in my case) but much respect for the true HODLERS that are hodling through Some really ruff periods
They are really earning respect and reward


You know I used to be a weak shakey hand but after a few years in crypto.... Hodl is easy. I don't even care about the price drops anymore.
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February 06, 2019, 04:52:45 PM

And if you have any trouble with the police a fairly small amount of THB will help you out.

...

 I've never been ripped of or scammed over there

Looks like some cognitive dissonance there.

Well, this one time I had to go to 7-11 after I had a few beers, took a small scooter and drove slowly. Drove straight into a police checkpoint and had to take a breathalyser test which came out positive. Some bahts helped me out there, instead of going to the station, getting filed and a much bigger fine + a mark in the register. Things like this. Doesn't seem to be a cognitive dissonance where I see it.

It's much easier for a tourist to pay it off than being a local.

I don't see this as being scammed or ripped off.

You don't suppose that particular officer was tendering your money to the government coffers, do you?
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February 06, 2019, 04:53:42 PM

And if you have any trouble with the police a fairly small amount of THB will help you out.

...

 I've never been ripped of or scammed over there

Looks like some cognitive dissonance there.
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February 06, 2019, 04:56:39 PM

Talk like this from murad is what irks others:

Quote from: murad
11/ Inb4 "the bottom is in".
It's not.
2:43 PM - 3 Feb 2019
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February 06, 2019, 04:57:44 PM

4 main metrics to look at imo: Ethnicity (white of whatever variety), language (something civilized (english)), culture (NO WELFARE), and taxation on bitcoin.

Looking into it myself, but at the end of the day the only way to know for sure if a given country works is to go there and live for a while.

As a US citizen, my only real options to reduce Bitcoin tax burden would be to ditch my citizenship or move to Puerto Rico. However, as jbreher mentioned, now would be the time to move to PR, while we're in the depths of a bear market.

I'd like to move out of the US, at least temporarily, just for the experience. But I have a baby now, which complicated things further.
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February 06, 2019, 04:58:51 PM

Just finished intaking a bunch of news from various sources, and my gut is telling me that BTC is in way oversold territory right now.

Again, I'm wrong about practically everything, so feel free to ignore me - The thought that I had about BTC possibly dropping down into $1,500 USD territory levels are starting to dissipate.

This pricing in the $3.3k range is going to be an interesting wave to ride; can't see which way it breaks.

I imagine many trousers will be soiled if we hit the high $2k's.
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February 06, 2019, 05:04:22 PM

Good morning all.

A look at the weekly chart as the final throes of capitulation wrack the market.

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Talk like this from murad is what irks others:

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11/ Inb4 "the bottom is in".
It's not.
2:43 PM - 3 Feb 2019

He's clearly a coward then, just like Tone Vays and other so-called "Crypto Gurus". Because actually calling a bottom puts one's reputation WAY more on the line than saying "the bottom is NOT in". For the latter, there is no repercussion to one's rep for being wrong because your followers didn't really lose anything for taking your advice.

This is why I despise all these type of guys. They are all snake oil selling phonies who truly have no clue.
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What thread do you have to post in to whore yourself out to these guys?

I'm gonna drop off the first page if I don't start sucking some serious dick soon.

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I'm a merit source BTW. I'm sure we could work something out  Kiss

 On a related note, it's nice to see suchmoon rated so highly. He/She(?) has been a great member of this community for some time.
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