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Question: Oct. 31 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (4.5%)
<$7,000 - 8 (12.1%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 2 (3%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 6 (9.1%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 13 (19.7%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (15.2%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 5 (7.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 4 (6.1%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 5 (7.6%)
>$10,500 - 4 (6.1%)
>$20,000 - 6 (9.1%)
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February 27, 2019, 10:18:52 PM

Just use his hat cuz no one wanted to make me one
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February 27, 2019, 10:22:49 PM

Just use his hat cuz no one wanted to make me one

And of all the hats you take the dancing dude....

And Ask comrade XhomerX10

For WO he created all the HAT’s
If he found one worthy to have and wear one Then i’ll bet he makes something up....

Politeness always appreciated by  XhomerX Wink
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February 27, 2019, 10:48:09 PM
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Bitcoins ability to let you control your own money is becoming more important by the day. Anecdotally, but illustrative: Met another coiner who had 30-some K in the bank. He wanted to withdraw them all. They said nope, he had to come to a meeting and explain what he wanted them for. Another guy is being told by the cashier that they don't want him to withdraw as much money as he does, he had to tell them that the women he deal with are not cheap. And my bank won't let me deposit money, simply because I sell bitcoin for cash.

On a broader scale, banks are shutting down entire accounts for people on the right, which is to say, to the right of Marx. Only a few known cases so far, but there will be more, and it will keep going. How are they supposed to pay their rent? To eat? To travel? This is literally meant to destroy peoples lives, ultimately killing a percentage of them.

The price of bitcoin does not reflect its value. Nevermind speculation, bitcoin is literally becoming a matter of survival.
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February 27, 2019, 10:49:36 PM
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he claims that someone at Google extract and used the passphrase after HTTPS decryption and not in between as I understand it.

Recap
To recap the events for further investigation:

  • My first passphrase attempt was sent to googleapis.com through Coinomi wallet was on 14th February 2019
  • Google’s employee or whoever has control over the data that are sent to googleapis.com processed the data that had my passphrase and that was between 14th and 19th February 2019
  • My crypto assets were stolen on 19th February 2019 starting around 3:30 am UTC and the transactions continued for 15 minutes. At the end 90% of the assets were gone and remaining assets were only left because these assets were supported by Exodus wallet but NOT Coinomi wallet (what a coincidence you say!)

Please note that I took all the security precaution to keep my passphrase and wallet safe. I have a separate isolated virtual machine for it with Anti-Virus/Anti-Malware and firewall installed. I also had other wallets on the same virtual machine for years. Nothing was stolen except for the wallet which I recently used my passphrase in, which is Coinomi wallet!
[...] It's also possible that the anti-virus/anti-malware software is the cause of this leak. they "open" encrypted https requests and look inside to search for possible threats.

1st thing i do with any antivirus/antimalware i install is uncheck all things like "submit samples" and such. there are usually several places and types of things AV can and wants send by default. that way it minimizes the chance a private key or anything else sensitive will be sent to the AV servers.

You can encrypt sensitive data with gpg in any linux based-os. in windows you can encrypt the data with winrar password or by using a fedora live CD.
it is better to keep a password or passphrase writing on a paper.
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February 27, 2019, 11:00:12 PM

Bitcoins ability to let you control your own money is becoming more important by the day. Anecdotally, but illustrative: Met another coiner who had 30-some K in the bank. He wanted to withdraw them all. They said nope, he had to come to a meeting and explain what he wanted them for. Another guy is being told by the cashier that they don't want him to withdraw as much money as he does, he had to tell them that the women he deal with are not cheap. And my bank won't let me deposit money, simply because I sell bitcoin for cash.

On a broader scale, banks are shutting down entire accounts for people on the right, which is to say, to the right of Marx. Only a few known cases so far, but there will be more, and it will keep going. How are they supposed to pay their rent? To eat? To travel? This is literally meant to destroy peoples lives, ultimately killing a percentage of them.

The price of bitcoin does not reflect its value. Nevermind speculation, bitcoin is literally becoming a matter of survival.

The problem, again, is the conversion to CASH. Banks don't want to deal with cash. Governments don't want you nor banks to deal with cash. Why? Because it is way harder to control (and TAX!).

Keep separate your cash and your banking fiat and everything with be fine. If you want to "launder" (either legally or illicit) cash into banking FIAT set up a real business that is reasonable to do cash dealings. If you want to spend lots of banking fiat, do it via credit cards.

In other words: You are using it wrong Tongue
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February 27, 2019, 11:03:08 PM

Bitcoins ability to let you control your own money is becoming more important by the day. Anecdotally, but illustrative: Met another coiner who had 30-some K in the bank. He wanted to withdraw them all. They said nope, he had to come to a meeting and explain what he wanted them for. Another guy is being told by the cashier that they don't want him to withdraw as much money as he does, he had to tell them that the women he deal with are not cheap. And my bank won't let me deposit money, simply because I sell bitcoin for cash.

On a broader scale, banks are shutting down entire accounts for people on the right, which is to say, to the right of Marx. Only a few known cases so far, but there will be more, and it will keep going. How are they supposed to pay their rent? To eat? To travel? This is literally meant to destroy peoples lives, ultimately killing a percentage of them.

The price of bitcoin does not reflect its value. Nevermind speculation, bitcoin is literally becoming a matter of survival.

The problem, again, is the conversion to CASH. Banks don't want to deal with cash. Governments don't want you nor banks to deal with cash. Why? Because it is way harder to control (and TAX!).

Keep separate your cash and your banking fiat and everything with be fine. If you want to "launder" (either legally or illicit) cash into banking FIAT set up a real business that is reasonable to do cash dealings. If you want to spend lots of banking fiat, do it via credit cards.

In other words: You are using it wrong Tongue
All of which is to say, money today is not fungible.
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February 27, 2019, 11:03:48 PM

Gentlemen, who knows why the price of an BTC falls?  Huh
Rejected the application for the ETF BTC?

the answer is : I think that there is no solution to regulate and control BTC.
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February 27, 2019, 11:05:35 PM

Bitcoins ability to let you control your own money is becoming more important by the day. Anecdotally, but illustrative: Met another coiner who had 30-some K in the bank. He wanted to withdraw them all. They said nope, he had to come to a meeting and explain what he wanted them for. Another guy is being told by the cashier that they don't want him to withdraw as much money as he does, he had to tell them that the women he deal with are not cheap. And my bank won't let me deposit money, simply because I sell bitcoin for cash.

On a broader scale, banks are shutting down entire accounts for people on the right, which is to say, to the right of Marx. Only a few known cases so far, but there will be more, and it will keep going. How are they supposed to pay their rent? To eat? To travel? This is literally meant to destroy peoples lives, ultimately killing a percentage of them.

The price of bitcoin does not reflect its value. Nevermind speculation, bitcoin is literally becoming a matter of survival.

The problem, again, is the conversion to CASH. Banks don't want to deal with cash. Governments don't want you nor banks to deal with cash. Why? Because it is way harder to control (and TAX!).

Keep separate your cash and your banking fiat and everything with be fine. If you want to "launder" (either legally or illicit) cash into banking FIAT set up a real business that is reasonable to do cash dealings. If you want to spend lots of banking fiat, do it via credit cards.

In other words: You are using it wrong Tongue
All of which is to say, money today is not fungible.

Exactly. Not even cash really is... because (nowadays) you can't use it to buy expensive shit nor real estate, etc...
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February 27, 2019, 11:16:30 PM

Gentlemen, who knows why the price of an BTC falls?  Huh
Rejected the application for the ETF BTC?

the answer is : I think that there is no solution to regulate and control BTC.

It turned out that for me all attempts of the state to regulate and control the BTC look like this. Grin

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February 27, 2019, 11:17:31 PM

I guess whales dont have time or patience to Bart anymore, just straight down then straight up a few minutes later. Every trader gets bogged but hodlers always win in the end Cheesy
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February 27, 2019, 11:19:09 PM

I guess whales dont have time or patience to Bart anymore, just straight down then straight up a few minutes later. Every trader gets bogged but hodlers always win in the end Cheesy

It's nice for scalpers. Let them keep doing it. I have always loved volatility. Problem is that this is still very low volatility for me, being a minion my ranges are usually wider.

Other than that it is completely irrelevant for hodlers. Just insignificant noise.

P.S.: I have the suspicion this last dump has come from the same whale of the last time.
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February 27, 2019, 11:20:12 PM

JoJo, me out early ....———> into HODLstation

good night WO’s———> small pump, grow my little green dildo’s
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February 27, 2019, 11:25:31 PM

This has been a bullish dump
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February 27, 2019, 11:52:55 PM

JoJo, me out early ....———> into HODLstation

good night WO’s———> small pump, grow my little green dildo’s
Good night Mic.

At the same time, somewhere in the world, something began to move in Bob's pants. Roll Eyes Grin Grin
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February 28, 2019, 12:12:19 AM

With all due respect, why are we supposed to repeat prior flat mo for mo?

So far, at a macro level, it matches almost exactly.  Don’t ask me why, I just work here.

Everyone expected a plunge in January because it would be the same as in 2015, but it happened in December instead, so not really almost exactly.
I grant you that there is some similarity so far, but IMHO, this would go away soon.
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February 28, 2019, 12:19:34 AM

With all due respect, why are we supposed to repeat prior flat mo for mo?

So far, at a macro level, it matches almost exactly.  Don’t ask me why, I just work here.

Everyone expected a plunge in January because it would be the same as in 2015, but it happened in December instead, so not really almost exactly.
I grant you that there is some similarity so far, but IMHO, this would go away soon.

One of the bigger differences will probably be that the next bull run won't be as much explosive as the previous ones. Otherwise Bitcoin would reach a ridiculous price... something I don't think will happen with just one single bull run. The curve must tend to gradually flatten. How much? Noone knows.
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February 28, 2019, 12:26:05 AM

With all due respect, why are we supposed to repeat prior flat mo for mo?

So far, at a macro level, it matches almost exactly.  Don’t ask me why, I just work here.

Everyone expected a plunge in January because it would be the same as in 2015, but it happened in December instead, so not really almost exactly.
I grant you that there is some similarity so far, but IMHO, this would go away soon.
It could very well have moved ahead by whales anticipating it and not wanting to risk shorting too late.
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February 28, 2019, 01:02:42 AM

dump

DENIED!
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February 28, 2019, 01:18:12 AM

dump

DENIED!

jinx in progress
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February 28, 2019, 01:27:20 AM

Badger doesn’t want to rescue my wee outstanding short.  So sad. Too bad.
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