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February 15, 2019, 03:05:36 PM

Grrr.. that market sell/dump was not nice.. whose retirement plan was it??  Grin

Full-Disclosure: my next liquidation level is $1M USD @ ~$11k USD/BTC (depending on momentum).
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February 15, 2019, 03:13:53 PM

Grrr.. that market sell/dump was not nice.. whose retirement plan was it??  Grin

Full-Disclosure: my next liquidation level is $1M USD @ ~$11k USD/BTC (depending on momentum).

If I could liquidate $1M at any reasonable price while still leaving me with a good stash I would also do it. Thanks god gave me patience Smiley

P.S.: And also gave me the wise to never put all my eggs in the same basket.
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February 15, 2019, 03:17:53 PM

Grrr.. that market sell/dump was not nice.. whose retirement plan was it??  Grin

Full-Disclosure: my next liquidation level is $1M USD @ ~$11k USD/BTC (depending on momentum).

Bob, if you don't mind me asking, how'd did you amass such large qty of BTC? Mining/Trading/Buying or Silk Road?
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February 15, 2019, 03:19:07 PM

Silk Road?

In my own case I'm the guy who took all of Ross's money for assassinations and sent back photos of Ken dolls covered in ketchup.

I sleep fine at night.
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February 15, 2019, 03:23:53 PM

Silk Road?

In my own case I'm the guy who took all of Ross's money for assassinations and sent back photos of Ken dolls covered in ketchup.

I sleep fine at night.

I would too, with all of Ross's coins!
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February 15, 2019, 03:29:12 PM

I would too, with all of Ross's coins!

It seems a shame to have taken his money and not respected the spirit in which it was given, so on the anniversary of Ross's sentencing I run over a dog walker or help a forestry worker into his wood chipper and think of Ross.
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February 15, 2019, 03:29:53 PM
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If I could liquidate $1M at any reasonable price I would also do it. Thanks god gave me patience Smiley

Ok, I know this is likely to veer into mega-asshole-post territory, but feel it's good to offer some perspective.

Also, I acknowledge I am but a dolphin, not a whale, when compared to the likes of Theymos, and some other OG's that I'm sure are lurking.

Even in this shit market, I'm sitting on several millions of dollars USD worth of BTC, but ain't no fucking way I'm parting with them at these prices.

Anything I sell at this point is treated as a long-term capital gain.

I started mining this shit when it was near $2.50 USD/BTC. SODL enough that my cost basis is zero.

I can see the bigger picture developing. 2018 was a pretty spectacular year for tech and background work on Bitcoin (LND, Liquid, Taproot, exchange-batching adoption, increased segwit adoption, good progress navigating the legal landscape for courting institutional investors)

The bears are well fed at this point, and are overdue to begin their next hibernation cycle, "soon".

HODL.

Disclaimer: Don't believe anything I have to say.
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February 15, 2019, 03:39:04 PM

If I could liquidate $1M at any reasonable price I would also do it. Thanks god gave me patience Smiley

Ok, I know this is likely to veer into mega-asshole-post territory, but feel it's good to offer some perspective.

Also, I acknowledge I am but a dolphin, not a whale, when compared to the likes of Theymos, and some other OG's that I'm sure are lurking.

Even in this shit market, I'm sitting on several millions of dollars USD worth of BTC, but ain't no fucking way I'm parting with them at these prices.

Anything I sell at this point is treated as a long-term capital gain.

I started mining this shit when it was near $2.50 USD/BTC. SODL enough that my cost basis is zero.

I can see the bigger picture developing. 2018 was a pretty spectacular year for tech and background work on Bitcoin (LND, Liquid, Taproot, exchange-batching adoption, increased segwit adoption, good progress navigating the legal landscape for courting institutional investors)

The bears are well fed at this point, and are overdue to begin their next hibernation cycle, "soon".

HODL.

Disclaimer: Don't believe anything I have to say.

Interesting story Bob.

+ 1 WO Merit - Somebody got my back? I’m out of sMerit again.

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February 15, 2019, 03:43:42 PM
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Interesting story Bob.

+ 1 WO Merit - Somebody got my back? I’m out of sMerit again.


You got it 😊
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Hmm. I think the message must have gotten lost in crossed wires or something. I can't even begin to fathom how one might go about anally ingesting a chicken curry.


Does it make more sense without the sirazimuth quote omitted from the bottom of my post? I was discussing crapping after a red hot curry as Sirazimuth was commenting on taking a red hot shit after a curry.

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Some kind of Chicken curry (basha? kasha?) was much nicer than it looked

Yes we're back in England now briefly while things get done but please don't dox me - I'm obviously broke Cheesy


Next year you might consider having Welsh sausage instead.



That "Welsh" sausage confuses me. Around the QR code it says "opskrifter fuld af smag" that's danish (or possibly norwegian) and means "recipes full of taste" and underneath is the symbol for the Swedish farmers asociation "Lantmännen" and under that is the Welsh flag. I'm confused.

Wherever it's from I'm sure sirazimuth's ringpiece would love that huge meaty sausage more than a vindaloo. Last of the V8s ringpiece would probably love that sausage more than yesterday's chicken curry too.


I like phall and vindaloo.

Yeah, I love those dishes too, but my ringpiece certainly doesn't...
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February 15, 2019, 03:50:38 PM

If I could liquidate $1M at any reasonable price I would also do it. Thanks god gave me patience Smiley

Ok, I know this is likely to veer into mega-asshole-post territory, but feel it's good to offer some perspective.

Also, I acknowledge I am but a dolphin, not a whale, when compared to the likes of Theymos, and some other OG's that I'm sure are lurking.

Even in this shit market, I'm sitting on several millions of dollars USD worth of BTC, but ain't no fucking way I'm parting with them at these prices.

Anything I sell at this point is treated as a long-term capital gain.

I started mining this shit when it was near $2.50 USD/BTC. SODL enough that my cost basis is zero.

I can see the bigger picture developing. 2018 was a pretty spectacular year for tech and background work on Bitcoin (LND, Liquid, Taproot, exchange-batching adoption, increased segwit adoption, good progress navigating the legal landscape for courting institutional investors)

The bears are well fed at this point, and are overdue to begin their next hibernation cycle, "soon".

HODL.

Disclaimer: Don't believe anything I have to say.

Sometimes I feel doubtful about my crypto decisions and posts like this helps me to keep moving on.

Compared to these guys I am just a small sardine.  Grin

It is funny and shameful they are still hodling strong while sitting on millions, I doubt myself with my tiny stash.
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February 15, 2019, 03:54:14 PM

Lol at talking about a permissionless world and meanwhile believing patents hold merit.

Two different systems, each governing different spheres of activity.

While we don't all get a chance to write the rules, we all must live within them.

And yet these two "systems" are not so separate as you try to make them appear, are they?
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If I could liquidate $1M at any reasonable price I would also do it. Thanks god gave me patience Smiley
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Sometimes I feel doubtful about my crypto decisions and posts like this helps me to keep moving on.

Compared to these guys I am just a small sardine.  Grin

It is funny and shameful they are still hodling strong while sitting on millions, I doubt myself with my tiny stash.

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Sometimes I feel doubtful about my crypto decisions and posts like this helps me to keep moving on.

Compared to these guys I am just a small sardine.  Grin

It is funny and shameful they are still hodling strong while sitting on millions, I doubt myself with my tiny stash.

It’s not important what other people have. Some here have more than you, some have less. It’s all about making the best of what you can & making the right decisions for YOU & only YOU.

Some of the retards in Bitcoin Discussion spamming for 0.003 bitcoin’s per week haven’t even got 0.1BTC.

Just look to the future & be sure that you’re going to make a lot more than what you invested.

Edit - BTW I think Bob is probably 1 of the biggest (forum active) HODLERS, certainly top 5% - 10%.
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If I could liquidate $1M at any reasonable price I would also do it. Thanks god gave me patience Smiley

Ok, I know this is likely to veer into mega-asshole-post territory, but feel it's good to offer some perspective.

Also, I acknowledge I am but a dolphin, not a whale, when compared to the likes of Theymos, and some other OG's that I'm sure are lurking.

Even in this shit market, I'm sitting on several millions of dollars USD worth of BTC, but ain't no fucking way I'm parting with them at these prices.

Anything I sell at this point is treated as a long-term capital gain.

I started mining this shit when it was near $2.50 USD/BTC. SODL enough that my cost basis is zero.

I can see the bigger picture developing. 2018 was a pretty spectacular year for tech and background work on Bitcoin (LND, Liquid, Taproot, exchange-batching adoption, increased segwit adoption, good progress navigating the legal landscape for courting institutional investors)

The bears are well fed at this point, and are overdue to begin their next hibernation cycle, "soon".

HODL.

Disclaimer: Don't believe anything I have to say.

Sometimes I feel doubtful about my crypto decisions and posts like this helps me to keep moving on.

Compared to these guys I am just a small sardine.  Grin

It is funny and shameful they are still hodling strong while sitting on millions, I doubt myself with my tiny stash.

You're lucky, in comparison you're a sardine, I'm just the thorn. Wink
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February 15, 2019, 04:25:52 PM

Liechtenstein's Postal Service to Offer Crypto Exchange Services at Physical Locations

https://cointelegraph.com/news/liechtensteins-postal-service-to-offer-crypto-exchange-services-at-physical-locations

"Liechtensteinische Post AG, the country’s official postal service, plans to offer cryptocurrency exchange services at their physical locations, according to an official announcement published on Feb. 14.

The postal service will allow customers to exchange their fiat to Bitcoin (BTC) in one of its offices in Vaduz, the country’s capital, starting on Feb. 15. After purchasing BTC, the customers will get a physical wallet generating public and private keys."
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