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Question: What year will we achieve a new ATH?
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February 22, 2019, 11:22:24 PM


Survivor alts starting to light up. Having deleveraged, they are now about to start leveraging bitcoin's rise by multiples. The two outsider alts with most upside to gain are:

 • UNO (Unobtanium, the fine art market of cryptocurrency that consistently out-gained BTC against the $US dollar and is extremely difficult to get hold of in any quantity)
Nº 146 in M'Cap, 5 years old.

 • BAY (Bitbay - that has been quietly developing a unique form of psuedo-pegged currency that can revalue in discrete steps while supporting a decentralised double-deposit escrowed trades service for goods)
Nº 326 in M'Cap, 5 years old.


realise this is more an FOOD - BOOZ - FOOTBAL etc thread as its an sh*tcoin thread Roll Eyes
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February 22, 2019, 11:31:29 PM
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Apparently yesterday was highest volume on CME ever



Edit:  sweet mother of god confirmed.  Look at that volume candle.

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February 22, 2019, 11:37:23 PM
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Survivor alts starting to light up. Having deleveraged, they are now about to start leveraging bitcoin's rise by multiples. The two outsider alts with most upside to gain are:

 • UNO (Unobtanium, the fine art market of cryptocurrency that consistently out-gained BTC against the $US dollar and is extremely difficult to get hold of in any quantity)
Nº 146 in M'Cap, 5 years old.

 • BAY (Bitbay - that has been quietly developing a unique form of psuedo-pegged currency that can revalue in discrete steps while supporting a decentralised double-deposit escrowed trades service for goods)
Nº 326 in M'Cap, 5 years old.


realise this is more an FOOD - BOOZ - FOOTBAL etc thread as its an sh*tcoin thread Roll Eyes

Well, FOOD - BOOZ - FOOTBAL are good, but sh*tcoins are the spice of life and the only way to way to make more bitcoin unfortunately since it isn't 2010 anymore. So better take note of what's FOOD in and what's CRUDE in sh*coinland cos otherwise what could'av been your lunch is gonna get eaten by someone else.
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February 22, 2019, 11:48:12 PM

Magical Crypto Conference 2019 ,  May 11th , try not to miss it!!!
 
https://i.gyazo.com/dbcd21dde58e9a7ffce4c552e35faa51.jpg

Magical Shitcoin Conference?
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February 23, 2019, 12:15:38 AM

Taking into account that a recent XMR auction ended up going for a greater value than it was that day, I don't think it's worth it.

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Do they accept XMR for bidding? Cheesy


Nope - but I wouldn't sell my XMR for BTC now anyway Wink

I have registered, but they insist on a £500 deposit upfront and don't even show you the lots prior to registration.

I am only in to see what's what - just in case it's a bargain.  Deposit is refundable in full if you don't win a bid.

Worth pinging off a registration form to at least be in the game...
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February 23, 2019, 12:40:54 AM

JoJo wake up
Time to take over its to quiet in here
Wake the F***ing WO up bro

Me into HODLzone

Good CET sleep-time WO’s
To the others have a pleasant day
And raise Some dildo’s (prefer greenies)
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February 23, 2019, 12:49:53 AM

JoJo wake up
Time to take over its to quiet in here
Wake the F***ing WO up bro

Me into HODLzone

Good CET sleep-time WO’s
To the others have a pleasant day
And raise Some dildo’s (prefer greenies)

 I'll take it for a couple of hours MicG Wink  Have a good hodl nap.

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February 23, 2019, 01:11:39 AM

https://twitter.com/AlecZiupsnys/status/1098188405421297664

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February 23, 2019, 01:27:52 AM

Well, the problem would be when to sell if and when we get to somewhere between 100K and 1 mil.
it would suck to sell a bit at 100K if 1000k (a mil) is following closely.
In 2017 the price was both $800 and close to $20K, almost a 25-fold difference.
Therefore, it is entirely possible (although not likely) that both 100K and 1000K would happen in the same cycle.
Some mechanistic approach might be in order.

Seven figures, inflation notwithstanding, is surely decades away if it does happen. We can't just hype our way to a valuation greater than the world's major stock markets. That kind of money will require more pedestrian and sustained growth - a new era for price development.
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February 23, 2019, 01:47:38 AM

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We got it Mic, you're good
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February 23, 2019, 02:02:31 AM


+1 WOsMerit

Apparently yesterday was highest volume on CME ever



Edit:  sweet mother of god confirmed.  Look at that volume candle.



Redundant observation but a little redundancy never hurts.  A for effort.

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wrong thread friend

*looks around guiltily*

Actually made me look to make sure. Carry on.

+1 WOsMerit
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February 23, 2019, 02:04:05 AM


National debts do not need to be "paid back". They just get re-denominated. There is not going to be any big "reset" other than a bunch of decimal places and then life will go on as normal.
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February 23, 2019, 02:13:59 AM

Well, the problem would be when to sell if and when we get to somewhere between 100K and 1 mil.
it would suck to sell a bit at 100K if 1000k (a mil) is following closely.
In 2017 the price was both $800 and close to $20K, almost a 25-fold difference.
Therefore, it is entirely possible (although not likely) that both 100K and 1000K would happen in the same cycle.
Some mechanistic approach might be in order.

Seven figures, inflation notwithstanding, is surely decades away if it does happen. We can't just hype our way to a valuation greater than the world's major stock markets. That kind of money will require more pedestrian and sustained growth - a new era for price development.


When I start thinking super hype with such phrases as global reserve currency and the new gold I always come back to supply and demand. After digging deeper still I get to the root of it and that is..are there seventeen and half to twenty one million other folk out there that are as crazy as me and value a fungible, portable store of value enough to pay one million dollars per unit? I cant answer that with a definitive no...hence accumulation.
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February 23, 2019, 02:28:42 AM
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Well, the problem would be when to sell if and when we get to somewhere between 100K and 1 mil.
it would suck to sell a bit at 100K if 1000k (a mil) is following closely.
In 2017 the price was both $800 and close to $20K, almost a 25-fold difference.
Therefore, it is entirely possible (although not likely) that both 100K and 1000K would happen in the same cycle.
Some mechanistic approach might be in order.

Seven figures, inflation notwithstanding, is surely decades away if it does happen. We can't just hype our way to a valuation greater than the world's major stock markets. That kind of money will require more pedestrian and sustained growth - a new era for price development.

A phase transition from fiat to btc/crypto might happen and would be much faster than "decades".
Many people are penciling in the next ATH in 2021 at $100-400K.
The ATH after that could be projected to occur in 2025 at $1mil or thereabout.
Granted, this would require a large scale abandonment of fiat in favor of bitcoin/crypto.
Can it happen? Perhaps.
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February 23, 2019, 02:32:11 AM

https://twitter.com/AlecZiupsnys/status/1099120779457937408

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February 23, 2019, 03:26:53 AM

A phase transition from fiat to btc/crypto might happen and would be much faster than "decades".
Many people are penciling in next ATH in 2021 at $100-400K.
The next ATH after that could be projected to occur in 2025 at $1mil or thereabout.
Granted, this would require the large scale abandonment of fiat in favor of bitcoin/crypto.
Can it happen? Perhaps.

How irresponsible would the monetary authorities have to be to allow a transition to crypto on a bubble? The transition needs to be soft and slow - one more in tune with the conservative pace of those who govern.
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February 23, 2019, 03:28:30 AM

A bit optimistic, I being a tech guy have never used any "Mobile payment" only credit cards. Too much shit on my phone that I don't need to tie my fucking credit cards to them as well, I can just get the card out of my fucking wallet.
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February 23, 2019, 03:35:26 AM


How irresponsible would the monetary authorities have to be to allow a transition to crypto on a bubble? The transition needs to be soft and slow - one more in tune with the conservative pace of those who govern.


And we know that they have proven themselves, time and again, to be the very pillars of responsibility.
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February 23, 2019, 04:14:35 AM

I'm living the dream tonight boys, I have a home, a a nice prch and some little furniture out there. This home was paid with a down payment of Bitcoin, and now anytime it moves up or down I get an email from the owner of the loan people. Last email I got was a link to join Morgan coin asking about it.

They were shocked when I told them I bought my first coin at $50
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February 23, 2019, 04:17:38 AM

I'm living the dream tonight boys, I have a home, a a nice prch and some little furniture out there. This home was paid with a down payment of Bitcoin, and now anytime it moves up or down I get an email from the owner of the loan people. Last email I got was a link to join Morgan coin asking about it.

They were shocked when I told them I bought my first coin at $50

Congrats man. Smiley
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