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Question: Jan. 17 Closing Price:
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$7,000-$7,500 - 8 (7.2%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 16 (14.4%)
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February 25, 2019, 09:11:58 AM

https://twitter.com/WhalePanda/status/1099949720414367745



https://www.coindesk.com/long-term-price-indicator-tuns-bearish-suggesting-bitcoin-may-have-finally-bottomed-out

"A lagging indicator has turned bearish for the first time in four years, suggesting bitcoin’s price may have bottomed out and that a new bull run could begin this year.

As of press time, bitcoin’s 50-week moving average has dropped below the 100-week MA, confirming a bearish crossover – the first since April 2015. Long-term bearish crossovers, however, tend to occur at the end of a big bear move, with prices rallying soon after, as MAs are based on past data.

For instance, the 50-week MA responds to price action seen over the last 12 months, and the 100-week MA tracks much older data. Therefore, the bearish cross of the two is the product of a prolonged bear market – BTC dropped from $20,000 to $3,122 in the 12 months ending December 2018.

Put simply, it takes a great effort on the part of the bears to push the 50-week MA below the 100-week MA. As a result, the bear market is usually exhausted by the time the crossover is confirmed, which seems to be the case with BTC."
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https://twitter.com/LNstats/status/1099389990214295552



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February 25, 2019, 09:56:01 AM

I will be out all week, at an international fair, I hope to find many green dildos on my return, I will try to follow the thread when I return to the hotel at night.

Eat a lot
Drink a lot
Rest a bit

This is not good for the body, but I have to work for BTC.

Bye WO,s !!! Cool
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February 25, 2019, 09:56:41 AM
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Yesterday's dump was because of some miner who transferred 2500 BTC in Bitfinex and sold directly. He was not a trader, because a several hours earlier, he could have sold to an ask wall of 1180BTC at 4230$. This guy clearly went above the electricity expenses and decided to take his profit. May be he read the old news article: https://coinnounce.com/cryptocurrency-regulations-in-china-the-journey-and-the-current-status/
When Chinese n00b miners read about the incoming ban (it will happen very soon indeed), I imagine how nerveous they get to sell their precious BTC's only to be able to pay the electricity and other expenses. I hope this year we will lose forever those weak hands and be able to recover in the ATH area at least. But even if these imbecile dumps hold us for another year, after the halvening we will shoot to the moon!
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February 25, 2019, 10:16:09 AM



its going HARD AF

nice set up?

Do you play 1 vs 1 at poker or tournaments?
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February 25, 2019, 10:36:27 AM
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Here is the "death cross" they are talking about.



And here is that same cross back in 2015



As you can see, the cross happened after the bottom (shown in the pink circle).  This chart is part of the reason that I made my bet with V8 that the bottom was in.  
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February 25, 2019, 10:48:37 AM

lol
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February 25, 2019, 10:49:52 AM

aaach maybe you're right.
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February 25, 2019, 10:54:04 AM

Like a dollar, only better. Better 21 million times.
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February 25, 2019, 10:54:17 AM

Yesterday's dump was because of some miner who transferred 2500 BTC in Bitfinex and sold directly. He was not a trader, because a several hours earlier, he could have sold to an ask wall of 1180BTC at 4230$. This guy clearly went above the electricity expenses and decided to take his profit. May be he read the old news article: https://coinnounce.com/cryptocurrency-regulations-in-china-the-journey-and-the-current-status/
When Chinese n00b miners read about the incoming ban (it will happen very soon indeed), I imagine how nerveous they get to sell their precious BTC's only to be able to pay the electricity and other expenses. I hope this year we will lose forever those weak hands and be able to recover in the ATH area at least. But even if these imbecile dumps hold us for another year, after the halvening we will shoot to the moon!

Can I ask where you got this info from?
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February 25, 2019, 10:55:33 AM

Yesterday's dump was because of some miner who transferred 2500 BTC in Bitfinex and sold directly. He was not a trader, because a several hours earlier, he could have sold to an ask wall of 1180BTC at 4230$. This guy clearly went above the electricity expenses and decided to take his profit. May be he read the old news article: https://coinnounce.com/cryptocurrency-regulations-in-china-the-journey-and-the-current-status/
When Chinese n00b miners read about the incoming ban (it will happen very soon indeed), I imagine how nerveous they get to sell their precious BTC's only to be able to pay the electricity and other expenses. I hope this year we will lose forever those weak hands and be able to recover in the ATH area at least. But even if these imbecile dumps hold us for another year, after the halvening we will shoot to the moon!

Can I ask where you got this info from?
Obviously where we all get our information from, rumors and straight out of our asses.
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its going HARD AF

nice set up?

Do you play 1 vs 1 at poker or tournaments?

We switch every 1 or 2 month session and this time it were HU (turbo tournaments) non stop Wink
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February 25, 2019, 11:15:23 AM

Morning WO's.

Catching up but, WTF?

If we are in a cycle then the answers to our far distant past lie in our far distant future

Love this paradox view point man. Anyone for a melt down? Tongue

Just closed all my longs - just in case - cos it's an all-in party weekend for me. Wink Kiss
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Never sad to see BTC rocket jojo, even if I don't make anything on it.
I always bet long for BTC - never ever short. It's a psychological/energy emissions thing for me.
But since it appears I would have been rekt without access to the internet for almost two whole days, I think I did pretty well thank you.
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February 25, 2019, 11:17:48 AM

Can I ask where you got this info from?
Obviously where we all get our information from, rumors and straight out of our asses.

That's unfortunate but likely correct. Couldn't find anything about it online.
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February 25, 2019, 11:20:25 AM

Good morning gentlemen, hope you’re all having a good day or a good sleep if you’re from the US Wink

They say every cloud has a silver lining, yesterday's dump means I was able to buy a bit more BTC today than if it stayed ar $4,1xx.

Just added 0.25BTC to my stash. May this period of sideways give us many opportunities to load up.
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Thanks to micg for the original idea, and a huge thanks to xhomerx for translating that into something amazing:



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That ball sack of a chin is perfect.  Grin    *edit* I should say for that face.

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February 25, 2019, 11:23:34 AM

There will only be 818,913 more bitcoin mined before the next halvening event.

That is only $3 billion worth of bitcoin.

Let bears enjoy a few extra percentage points.

Worrying about catching the exact bottom is like trying to pick up a penny in front of a steamroller.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1099746204433506304?s=21
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February 25, 2019, 11:25:04 AM

Yesterday's dump was because of some miner who transferred 2500 BTC in Bitfinex and sold directly. He was not a trader, because a several hours earlier, he could have sold to an ask wall of 1180BTC at 4230$. This guy clearly went above the electricity expenses and decided to take his profit. May be he read the old news article: https://coinnounce.com/cryptocurrency-regulations-in-china-the-journey-and-the-current-status/
When Chinese n00b miners read about the incoming ban (it will happen very soon indeed), I imagine how nerveous they get to sell their precious BTC's only to be able to pay the electricity and other expenses. I hope this year we will lose forever those weak hands and be able to recover in the ATH area at least. But even if these imbecile dumps hold us for another year, after the halvening we will shoot to the moon!

Can I ask where you got this info from?
Obviously where we all get our information from, rumors and straight out of our asses.

Surely we can see with some degree of accurateness that this postulation bears a degree of accuracy while at the same time and notwithstanding however we can also posit that toxic's chart from a few pages back also exhibits the single whale theory with a surely more level of accuracy, where we witness the same amount of bitcoins being bought up at a low price thereinafter or later if you prefer that formulation being sold or perhaps indeed dumped at a higher or perhaps we could call it better price, notwithstanding the third theorisation that i personally have seen being bandied about these interwebs that it was all due to an ethereum whale buying up on bitmex setting huge walls and i personally suspect that this might have potential for being the most likely reason for the recent dumperunio because the volumes on mex for eth in the past week or perhaps we could more accurately term it 8 days haha show these large buys pumpening up the pricitudes and then dumping yesterday. so while we can say with a certain degree of accuritude that your assertional statement of out of our assitude has a reasonable ring to it we can also state that there are some figures and other datas on the interwebs which back up these rumorifications
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February 25, 2019, 11:26:48 AM

CBOE newsletter says Cryptowinter may be Thawing





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