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Question: When will bitcoin reach the top of this bull market (i.e. when will it moon)?
Topped at $13,880 in June - 10 (6.8%)
H2 2019 - 15 (10.2%)
H1 2020 - 28 (19%)
H2 2020 - 26 (17.7%)
H1 2021 - 12 (8.2%)
H2 2021 - 28 (19%)
H1 2022 - 6 (4.1%)
H2 2022 - 4 (2.7%)
H1 2023 - 0 (0%)
H2 2023 - 3 (2%)
2024 or Later - 15 (10.2%)
Total Voters: 147

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March 04, 2019, 10:50:42 PM

Fox News had proof of Stormy Daniels before the election but the story was stopped because “Murdoch wants Trump to win”.  

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Good reporting, kiddo. But Rupert [Murdoch] wants Donald Trump to win. So just let it go," LaCorte reportedly said.

https://thehill.com/homenews/media/432430-fox-killed-stormy-daniels-hush-money-report-before-election-new-yorker

The reporter who uncovered the story was demoted and then paid out by Fox News in a confidential settlement in return for staying silent about Trump. 
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March 04, 2019, 10:55:17 PM

...... 
Furthermore, my "hope" was that the bottom would be in, even though I accept that there remains a slightly greater than a 50% chance that the bottom is not in... In other words, I don't want to presume that the current range goes down to $2.5k which would also presume that the bottom is not "in" even though I accept that there are greater than 50% chances that we could have a lower bottom - especially since such lower bottom has not happened yet.. which means that there are decent chances (maybe 45% to 48%) that no further bottom is going to happen in this correction cycle.

Whoa! A plethora of bottoms in that wordy pile and not even one nice bottom meme?


Hold my beer, I got this, man.



WTF is this? Is that part of a human?

I think it’s r0ach’s date for the weekend.
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March 04, 2019, 11:11:00 PM

I think it’s r0ach’s date for the weekend.

r0ach is a famous person troll here in this thread?

I enjoy reading everyone here.
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March 04, 2019, 11:12:20 PM

I think it’s r0ach’s date for the weekend.

r0ach is a famous person troll here in this thread?

I enjoy reading everyone here.

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March 04, 2019, 11:40:21 PM

Second Brexit




They count the state of Washington as a "colony"? It has the word "Washington" in it.

Also I'm not sure I would count Antarctica unless we are talking about penguin colonies.
Yup, but any Brit can jump in for final confirmation.

I do remember the incident when British Embassy gave them "burning cake" or something on the 4th of July( i could be wrong here). it's possible i guess. British humor  Grin

And I don't know anything about penguin colonies.

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March 04, 2019, 11:53:18 PM
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... taxing corporates like IKEA that make billions but haven’t paid a pound in tax since 1976.

We have been over this Hairy.

No corporation has ever paid one iota of tax in history.  You are welcome to your opinion on brexit, but trotting out this weak sauce isn't helping your cause.
And they fucking shouldn't. Everybody who receives a paycheck is already paying half of it in taxes. Not sure why socialists are so much into not even just double taxation and actually thinking they're doing something good.

Hey, let's take 20% in corporate tax, 50% of every paycheck and then an additional 20% VAT on every purchase and thus take well over 70% of everything earned and throw it at worthless inefficient garbage that does more harm than good.

But then let's complain about Brexit and some scientists losing their jobs, as if that was the problem. If governments weren't pure evil we would have healed all diseases and completely removed poverty right now, even for all the worthless leeching cunts that don't deserve anything.
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March 05, 2019, 12:01:48 AM
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It's more than that Elwar.

ALL tax levied on corporations simply becomes a line item in COGS and is added to the price of it's product.

Consumers pay taxes, full stop.
Cherry picking.

You can not have one (consumers) without the other (corporations).

Consumers don't just magically have money, they earn it by working for (or running) corporations.

And their paycheck comes from corporations. Thus from consumers.

Consumers pay themselves and build corporations to increase their consumption.


Trying to credit taxes paid to either party is patently false and ignores the underlying reality of our society. Which is also why trying to target tax corporations vs consumers is just retarded tribalism in a new disguise created by government propaganda, the only party that takes 70-80% of everything humans create and then quite literally burns the vast majority of it.


Edit: In case you want to keep your distinction between consumers and corporations then factually corporations pay all taxes (including your income tax).
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March 05, 2019, 12:10:39 AM



I can name 3000 coins that literally came out of my ass that can do the same thing.

No you can't.

There is only one bitcoin, and when push comes to shove (for example if they were under government attack or traditional banking attack), all 3,000 of those supposed coins that you cannot even list would not have liquidity or network (node) effects to accomplish such with impunity like bitcoin can.

What? Muster up the measly 2.8 million US dollars of total aggregate system-wide value that the LN contains? Au contraire, mon frere.

I am referring to bitcoin as a package, and lightning is one optional and supplemental component of such bitcoin package. 

Good for you. But the topic is #LNTrustChain -- which is clearly specific to Lightning.

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Don't get LN mixed up with the real bitcoin

Thanks for the injection of reality. Although every time I point out that Lightning is not Bitcoin, a buncha nattering nabobs jump down my throat.
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It's more than that Elwar.

ALL tax levied on corporations simply becomes a line item in COGS and is added to the price of it's product.

Consumers pay taxes, full stop.
Cherry picking.

You can not have one (consumers) without the other (corporations).

Consumers don't just magically have money, they earn it by working for (or running) corporations.

And their paycheck comes from corporations. Thus from consumers.

Consumers pay themselves and build corporations to increase their consumption.


Trying to credit taxes paid to either party is patently false and ignores the underlying reality of our society. Which is also why trying to target tax corporations vs consumers is just retarded tribalism in a new disguise created by government propaganda, the only party that takes 70-80% of everything humans create and then quite literally burns the vast majority of it.


Edit: In case you want to keep your distinction between consumers and corporations then factually corporations pay all taxes (including your income tax).

All completely true except for your last point as you're forgetting about personal wealth taxes, estate taxes,  capital gains taxes (on real estate and commodities), stamp duties etc.
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March 05, 2019, 12:18:00 AM
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Variants of Satoshi's logos, which were presented on Reddit. Which one do you like better?
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Variants of Satoshi's logos, which were presented on Reddit. Which one do you like better?


the broken $ is nice  Cool
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March 05, 2019, 12:22:30 AM

Second Brexit




They count the state of Washington as a "colony"? It has the word "Washington" in it.

Also I'm not sure I would count Antarctica unless we are talking about penguin colonies.
Yup, but any Brit can jump in for final confirmation.

I do remember the incident when British Embassy gave them "burning cake" or something on the 4th of July( i could be wrong here). it's possible i guess. British humor  Grin

And I don't know anything about penguin colonies.

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Roach is generally NOT a fan of any of the cryptos.  

He is a pumper of PMs such as gold and silver, and set's forth a lot of the similar arguments that anti-government folks suggest in order to suggest that there is a need to invest in case the Armageddon comes.  He is also stupid-ass racist, in the nazi direction.  

Yet, who really knows or cares exactly what the fuck that he is talking about because his topics are largely tangential to the topic of this thread (but still seemingly tolerated), except perhaps one might conclude that his anti-government statements might line up with sound money aspects of bitcoin, if he were not likely paid to spout out his baloney bullshit distractions (but, for some reason, has not been around this thread too much in the past week or more.. i think he posts in streaks (maybe either related to how he is paid or when he has leave from the asylum))...    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 05, 2019, 12:29:59 AM
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I can name 3000 coins that literally came out of my ass that can do the same thing.

No you can't.

There is only one bitcoin, and when push comes to shove (for example if they were under government attack or traditional banking attack), all 3,000 of those supposed coins that you cannot even list would not have liquidity or network (node) effects to accomplish such with impunity like bitcoin can.

What? Muster up the measly 2.8 million US dollars of total aggregate system-wide value that the LN contains? Au contraire, mon frere.

I am referring to bitcoin as a package, and lightning is one optional and supplemental component of such bitcoin package. 

Good for you. But the topic is #LNTrustChain -- which is clearly specific to Lightning.

Good for me, also, because the topic of this thread is bitcoin, and lightning happens to be a part of bitcoin (or at least has a lot of connections with bitcoin), so don't try to get too far on a tangent with your high and mighty attempts at abstraction.


Don't get LN mixed up with the real bitcoin

Thanks for the injection of reality. Although every time I point out that Lightning is not Bitcoin, a buncha nattering nabobs jump down my throat.

Yes, folks probably jump down your throat based on your inclinations towards mischaracterizing matters and giving the wrong kinds of weight to various topics that ends up seeming like you might be on topic, but largely inclined towards misleading, either because you are pumping some kind of alt coin narrative or engaged in undue and unwarranted criticisms of bitcoin.

Certainly, I have known you long enough to appreciate that you are likely smarter than that, so the sum of the matter is that you are likely contributing in disingenuous ways.
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March 05, 2019, 12:39:06 AM
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It's not the most pleasant picture in the morning. Bears dominate the bulls again in the market.


This image has made me very sad.

I hope you are proud of yourself.

Dickhead.
I'm sorry, Bob. I didn't want to spoil your or anyone's mood, I was just stating a fact (which is not pleasant for me either).
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They are breaking up, right? 

So they want to break up and stay friends?

I thought that the break up was a bit more hostile.. I suppose it is still in development and all the details are not really known, either.

I don't know why, but this photo reminds me of a couple of small white hamsters I had as a child. Dirty little things...



Haha, When Jihan said this it was the moment I knew for sure that b-cash was a scam/distraction/dead coin/not the flippening, etc. Then Roger would reconfirm every time he opened his mouth. 
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March 05, 2019, 12:51:29 AM

 He is also stupid-ass racist, in the nazi direction.  

Thanks, yeah that I know, I noticed his-her Nazi flag and anti jews's post.
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March 05, 2019, 01:05:40 AM

It's more than that Elwar.

ALL tax levied on corporations simply becomes a line item in COGS and is added to the price of it's product.

Consumers pay taxes, full stop.
Cherry picking.

You can not have one (consumers) without the other (corporations).

Consumers don't just magically have money, they earn it by working for (or running) corporations.

And their paycheck comes from corporations. Thus from consumers.

Consumers pay themselves and build corporations to increase their consumption.


Trying to credit taxes paid to either party is patently false and ignores the underlying reality of our society. Which is also why trying to target tax corporations vs consumers is just retarded tribalism in a new disguise created by government propaganda, the only party that takes 70-80% of everything humans create and then quite literally burns the vast majority of it.


Edit: In case you want to keep your distinction between consumers and corporations then factually corporations pay all taxes (including your income tax).

All completely true except for your last point as you're forgetting about personal wealth taxes, estate taxes,  capital gains taxes (on real estate and commodities), stamp duties etc.
The last bit was not meant to be my opinion, but an extension of jojo's argument. Although in that case corporations would be implicitly responsible for real estate (etc.) taxes as well as they are the ones paying out the income required to consume anything, including stocks and real estate.

My position is that neither party is "paying taxes, full stop". This can be further elaborated as follows (in a way that does not make use of the clear fact that consumers and corporations are a symbiotic agency).


Suppose corporations were no longer required to add taxes to the price of their goods. Then one of the two follows:

i) Corporations keep prices the same, demand remains unchanged, corporate profits increase. As a result, corporations now have more cash. Some of which will go to qq CEO bonuses. Some of which will go into either researching a new product or lowering cost of existing products. Should a new product come out the consumer makes a profit proportional to his demand for the new product. Should production costs reduce then the consumer will make a profit proportional to the reduced costs in the long run.

ii) Corporations lower the price effective immediately and every consumer has a profit proportional to his rate of consumption times tax cuts.


From the perspective of corporations these cost reductions imply a direct increase of their profits be it by reduced costs or by increased demand. Thus, the argument that "consumers pay taxes" is strictly false, as corporations miss out on profits proportional to taxation. (Which I would be fine with if it was a) voluntary and b) efficient, which it [taxation and its spending] is neither).


In either case, both parties are getting screwed over by one that does not answer to anything or anyone and thus burns more money than an Arab prince wiping his ass with golden toilet paper.
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March 05, 2019, 01:27:01 AM

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Haha, When Jihan said this it was the moment I knew for sure that b-cash was a scam/distraction/dead coin/not the flippening, etc. Then Roger would reconfirm every time he opened his mouth. 

Well, that makes little sense. Jihan's outburst predated the bitcoin fork by over a year.

2016 May: https://twitter.com/JihanWu/status/731902686379933697

2017 Aug: Fork
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 i think he posts in streaks (maybe either related to how he is paid or when he has leave from the asylum))...    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Or maybe Mom restricts his screen time by turning off power to the basement.....
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March 05, 2019, 01:54:01 AM

Not that I'm a big fan of Coinbase, but I gotta say that this astroturfed smear campaign against them, urging existing users to #DeleteCoinbase and newbies to stay away, has gone splendidly well. The whale market makers know what they are doing.

Can't wait for the inevitable bull run to start, with all these crying n00bs going "But...bbut...you guys said to delete my Coinbase acct, and now I wanna buy more BitcoinTM because the price is rising fast. Now it's gonna take me another month to get verified again for a new account!"

And also "But...bbut...now I can't cash out because I #DeleteCoinbase! Shiitttt!"

That's a good point. Interesting timing, with #DeleteCoinbase taking place in the prime accumulation zone.
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