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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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March 14, 2019, 10:31:41 PM


You're so... certain.

Just curious.  But when did you lose your ability to self-doubt?
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March 14, 2019, 10:35:14 PM
Merited by Last of the V8s (1)

Chickens 'gang up' to kill intruder fox on French farm
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47551786

 If I were that farmer I'd be shaking in my boots.  Those chickens have tasted blood and he's next.


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March 14, 2019, 10:35:26 PM

Tether is probably a fractional reserve scheme, also they are now clearly saying that they use money to buy "other assets" than dollar and that (if I understand  well) they give loans to "affiliates".

That's pretty much a plain admission of scam to me. They are basically acting as a filthy bank, gambling your money for (their) profits.

Am I understanding well the significance of the statement?

Breaking news:  Tether is a shitcoin
Always has been, it's just one people for some fucking reason put their faith in when they really shouldn't have.
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March 14, 2019, 10:36:27 PM

Been just lurking lately, pondering the 2015 fractal and crunching an analysis of it a little.  Well, that and getting on with RL.

Will go back to lurking a while, but still keeping tabs on this occasionally wonderful place.

Long live the WO, warts and all.

Oh, and GTFO JJG?
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March 14, 2019, 10:36:34 PM

Tether is probably a fractional reserve scheme, also they are now clearly saying that they use money to buy "other assets" than dollar and that (if I understand  well) they give loans to "affiliates".

That's pretty much a plain admission of scam to me. They are basically acting as a filthy bank, gambling your money for (their) profits.

Am I understanding well the significance of the statement?

Breaking news:  Tether is a shitcoin
No problem, there is USDC, the Coinbase stablecoin  Wink
I am pretty sure Gemini has one as well, I'd definitely go with them over the shitheads at Coinbase.
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March 14, 2019, 10:36:55 PM

BitcoinTalk Lost A Third Of Its Users In February

https://www.ccn.com/bitcointalk-lost-a-third-of-its-users-in-february

"The BitcoinTalk forum lost a third of its referrals from the bitcoin community in February, according to available traffic data from website analytics firm SimilarWeb."



And yet roach is still here...  Roll Eyes

There are multiple reasons.

1) The bear market. Basically, people lost interest in crypto.

2) The new merit system. Many of us got our legendary hero ranks before this new system and Many of us would still got so many merits and become legendaries in the new system too but newbies are very afraid of it. Most of them simply don't care about posting quality content anymore. Just spam and go.

3) No more good sig camps. And the requirements for the existing ones are very high so again, newcomers don't like it. All newb accounts are spamming ICO crap.

The major reason is the bear market probably.

Bitcoin lost more than half of its ATH value so losing only 1/3 of the forum members/activity is kinda success. Could have been worse.
4) centralization by moderators.
5) accusation
6) Porn, drugs .. etc
When did number 6 join the party, apparently I'm blind.
Looks like you have some people (micgoossens, lfc, Gayjuangee) in your ignore list.
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March 14, 2019, 10:39:29 PM

BitcoinTalk Lost A Third Of Its Users In February

https://www.ccn.com/bitcointalk-lost-a-third-of-its-users-in-february

"The BitcoinTalk forum lost a third of its referrals from the bitcoin community in February, according to available traffic data from website analytics firm SimilarWeb."



And yet roach is still here...  Roll Eyes

There are multiple reasons.

1) The bear market. Basically, people lost interest in crypto.

2) The new merit system. Many of us got our legendary hero ranks before this new system and Many of us would still got so many merits and become legendaries in the new system too but newbies are very afraid of it. Most of them simply don't care about posting quality content anymore. Just spam and go.

3) No more good sig camps. And the requirements for the existing ones are very high so again, newcomers don't like it. All newb accounts are spamming ICO crap.

The major reason is the bear market probably.

Bitcoin lost more than half of its ATH value so losing only 1/3 of the forum members/activity is kinda success. Could have been worse.
4) centralization by moderators.
5) accusation
6) Porn, drugs .. etc
When did number 6 join the party, apparently I'm blind.
Looks like you have some people (micgoossens, lfc, Gayjuangee) in your ignore list.
None of them are on my ignore, I did like that octopus picture from a while back though. I just have been really busy at work recently.
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March 14, 2019, 11:00:24 PM

Been just lurking lately, pondering the 2015 fractal and crunching an analysis of it a little.  Well, that and getting on with RL.

Will go back to lurking a while, but still keeping tabs on this occasionally wonderful place.

Long live the WO, warts and all.

Oh, and GTFO JJG?

I am glad that you have been able to find some meaning in life through this WO thread, kurious..........  and....... and..... ..and....... and...... . I miss you too.   Cry


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March 14, 2019, 11:08:46 PM

I know it's Thursday, but for me today #JJGknew (and #othersknew).
Been getting overexcited about making a few bob on the litecoin uptrend and general frothiness in alts, and trying to force that onto bitcoin, which of course doesn't work duh. In fact btc right now https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1114850/
Gonna be a long slog.
So stop fucking insulting each other you cunts.
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March 14, 2019, 11:40:10 PM

I know it's Thursday, but for me today #JJGknew (and #othersknew).
Been getting overexcited about making a few bob on the litecoin uptrend and general frothiness in alts, and trying to force that onto bitcoin, which of course doesn't work duh. In fact btc right now https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1114850/
Gonna be a long slog.
So stop fucking insulting each other you cunts.


If it is going to be a "long slog,"  then what else we gonna do?

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March 15, 2019, 12:00:20 AM

Where the fuck is Bob?

Visiting Rick's family. Out of the country for a bit. Be back in the US on Saturday.

Lurking... Meriting... HODLing...

thanks for checking in, was starting to worry
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March 15, 2019, 12:03:08 AM

McAfee as the voice of reason responding to Ayre’s pedo pics



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when McAffe is the adult in the room you got to wonder WTF
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March 15, 2019, 12:40:14 AM

McAfee as the voice of reason responding to Ayre’s pedo pics



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when McAffe is the adult in the room you got to wonder WTF
That is some more than scary shit, but it's more than obvious he's shilling. I wonder how much Craig is paying him?
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March 15, 2019, 12:59:13 AM

Apparently yesterday was highest volume on CME ever



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



I wonder if this massive candle had anything to do with the CBOE not issuing anymore contracts?
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March 15, 2019, 01:08:05 AM

Good evening all.

I dont really have anything today other than what any neophyte level one wizard would be able to tell you at first glance. Traders seem content to continue at these levels. The next round of action seems to be coalescing towards the end of the month. #dyor


Shark fin in shallow waters
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Support levels seem likely to be tested as the Cloud thins before us and we enter next week. #btd
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Mt. Gox's former head Mark Karpeles found guilty by Tokyo District Court. Sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison. More details to follow
https://twitter.com/ynakamura56/status/1106362801193279488

More details: The sentence is "suspended" (執行猶予) meaning he may not actually have to serve time in prison. Still waiting for full report from the court

Update: He was found guilty of tampering with financial records, but cleared of embezzlement charges. Still trying to clarify whether he will have to serve time. More to come.
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March 15, 2019, 01:32:19 AM

McAfee as the voice of reason responding to Ayre’s pedo pics

jesus

when McAffe is the adult in the room you got to wonder WTF
That is some more than scary shit, but it's more than obvious he's shilling. I wonder how much Craig is paying him?

Craig is paying who? Not McAfee, that guy is a bitcoin bull (and assorted alts.)
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March 15, 2019, 01:34:58 AM

The cost of a cup of coffee ☕️ in Venezuelan bolívars:  

Aug. 2018:           25
Sept. 2018:          35
Oct. 2018:           70
Nov. 2018:        120
Dec. 2018:        400
Jan. 2019:      1,700
Feb. 2019:     2,000
Mar. 2019:    2,800



In 2006 a cup of coffee in a bar cost on average 81 cents and in 2015 already EUR 1.20.

You do not need hyperinflation for your money to lose value substantially.  Actually in this country in 2015 was even deflation. % just silently adds one on top of another and then BAM.

And double or more today Roll Eyes
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March 15, 2019, 01:56:41 AM

So that fat fuck is free (?) to roam around spying on people with Roger Ver for the USG hangout London Trust Media, owners of Private Internet Media and Freenode. https://www.cnet.com/news/mt-gox-bitcoin-exchange-former-ceo-karpeles-lands-new-job/
Crime pays...
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March 15, 2019, 02:03:45 AM

Where the fuck is Bob?

Visiting Rick's family. Out of the country for a bit. Be back in the US on Saturday.

Lurking... Meriting... HODLing...

Good take Some time brother and be with your others sides family Smiley

We know you’ll be having an watching eye on the WO to see everything is civilized Roll Eyes

(and thx on the jump got like 25 more pics from there should i should i ) Cheesy


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