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Question: July 28 Closing Price:
<$3,000 - 5 (7.6%)
<$8,000 - 4 (6.1%)
$8,001-$8,500 - 2 (3%)
$8,501-$9,000 - 1 (1.5%)
$9,001-$9,500 - 9 (13.6%)
$9,501-$10,000 - 5 (7.6%)
$10,001-$10,500 - 6 (9.1%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 12 (18.2%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 6 (9.1%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 3 (4.5%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 3 (4.5%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3%)
$13,001-$13,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$13,501-$14,000 - 2 (3%)
>$14,000 - 2 (3%)
>$18,000 - 3 (4.5%)
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March 16, 2019, 07:08:05 PM

At least Adam used to delete Roach when he got too out of hand, for some reason infofront is providing a platform for them

Infofront's got more of a life probably, just that. Often busy with his day job and always with his newborn. Personally speaking, I like his relaxed style. He does have a go at cleaning up once in a while. I agree roach and others are a nuisance with their slavering rants, so when things become uncomfortable we have that useful ignore button.  Grin

Thanks. I've been staying up with the thread, but not posting much.

The boring BTC action tends to nurture these side conversations as well. I don't personally find the discussion of Muslims going on here to be any more off topic (or offensive) than the discussion of mathematics that's been going on for several days.

Also, one thing I look for when determining if someone is trolling is the amount of engagement. Is the person just shitposting, or engaging in conversation? With r0ach, for example, it's often a mix of both.
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Well good afternoon all. I guess now that we have wasted the morning away fantasizing we should look at the price of corn today. Yesterdays surge above $4k brought welcome relief to the Bulls as a significant dip in volume right at the closing bell seemed to trigger a small rally. This brought in a fresh wave of sustained buying that skyrocketed the price above thin resistance levels. Consolidation appears to be taking place after the market peaked and is showing signs of being over bought. Right now the critical task seems to be hodling support above the $3.95k area as market indicators begin to relax. #dyor

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#stronghands'19
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March 16, 2019, 07:22:27 PM

stamp data, log scale, puts the bear line at 42

Like all things TA, it depends how you draw it. On mobile atm but I assume you are drawing out to the $6k flattening tip?  I am using the Bitfinex Tether scare spike as an anchor.
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March 16, 2019, 07:25:11 PM
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British Virgin Islands: Big Scrub Island

This one sounded good to me.  

The price would be between $60m to $100m probably but I am no expert when it comes to Islands shopping.

I just liked its name. Grin

The discussion before was a series of islands, not just one... and in that way, each HODLer would have his/her own island in a kind of neighborhood.... so each Island, in that kind of system would likely be much more costly.... though, like you, I am no Island shopping expert.  I am sure the more pirates in the area, the cheaper.  and also, the more remote the cheaper.. or the colder, the cheaper.



  I suspect JJG will be leading the defense forces, due to the constant defensive evolution of his island with "Nerf-Grenade JJG's Island Thursdays" planned.

I have a preference to spend my time banging chics, snorting blow, doing donuts in Lambos and perhaps sailing yachts (here and there, not permanently).  In other words, I would prefer that my police force is public, and I enjoy security through obscurity. Of course, certain kinds of activities just attract the attention of criminals.. lambos and yachts and even nice dwellings - but there seem to be more measures that can be taken, if you are not stuck on an island... and maybe a resolution of the island situation is just not to be there full time.. only periodically... but that seems to defeat some of the purpose, too.

I suppose if my wealth is a mere billion or less, then I have these kinds of concerns, but if I get into the multi-billion arena, then maybe I am NOT as concerned about security.  Bitcoin's price is going to have to go up a whole hell of a lot for me to b in that kind of territory - along with a concern that I have not sold too many coins too quickly..

In other words, I have largely planned for millions of dollars of wealth, and not billions.. so I might not be thinking correctly.
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March 16, 2019, 07:32:44 PM

At least Adam used to delete Roach when he got too out of hand, for some reason infofront is providing a platform for them

Infofront's got more of a life probably, just that. Often busy with his day job and always with his newborn. Personally speaking, I like his relaxed style. He does have a go at cleaning up once in a while. I agree roach and others are a nuisance with their slavering rants, so when things become uncomfortable we have that useful ignore button.  Grin

Thanks. I've been staying up with the thread, but not posting much.

The boring BTC action tends to nurture these side conversations as well. I don't personally find the discussion of Muslims going on here to be any more off topic (or offensive) than the discussion of mathematics that's been going on for several days.

Also, one thing I look for when determining if someone is trolling is the amount of engagement. Is the person just shitposting, or engaging in conversation? With r0ach, for example, it's often a mix of both.

+2 WOsMerits

I think you walk a mighty thin line curating this thread and for the most part I appreciate your light touch in moderating. While some of the posts and posters here encroach on my own personal morality I have to constantly remind myself that it is not my job to impose my views upon others. I can but express my own personal views and hope that it at least provokes some critical thinking and self reflection. Thanks info.

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CRYPTO CONNECTION

The gunman appears to have published a 74-page manifesto for the attack that is making the rounds online and in which he rambled off inspirations, political and otherwise, leading up to this awful day. After revealing that video game Fortnite taught him how to be a killer, the gunman disclosed that he has dabbled in cryptocurrency, writing:

“I worked for a short time before making some money investing in BitConnect, then used the money from the investment to travel.”

He reportedly used the profits to travel overseas across Europe, Southeast Asia, and Asia, which may be where he became radicalized, according to the manager of the gym where the gunman worked.


https://www.ccn.com/christchurch-terrorist-invested-and-profited-from-crypto-scam-bitconnect
I am convinced this is a false flag. Too much weird shit that doesn't add up otherwise.
Same.  Pity that the masses don't see the agenda. There's still loads who believe terrorists took control of 3, 747's with box cutters and performed impossible maneuvers.   Roll Eyes 
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March 16, 2019, 07:47:49 PM

^damn son 24 seconds!


Hasn't Calvin also got a murder accusation hovering over him? Can't keep up tbh.

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CRYPTO CONNECTION

The gunman appears to have published a 74-page manifesto for the attack that is making the rounds online and in which he rambled off inspirations, political and otherwise, leading up to this awful day. After revealing that video game Fortnite taught him how to be a killer, the gunman disclosed that he has dabbled in cryptocurrency, writing:

“I worked for a short time before making some money investing in BitConnect, then used the money from the investment to travel.”

He reportedly used the profits to travel overseas across Europe, Southeast Asia, and Asia, which may be where he became radicalized, according to the manager of the gym where the gunman worked.


https://www.ccn.com/christchurch-terrorist-invested-and-profited-from-crypto-scam-bitconnect
I am convinced this is a false flag. Too much weird shit that doesn't add up otherwise.
Same.  Pity that the masses don't see the agenda. There's still loads who believe terrorists took control of 3, 747's with box cutters and performed impossible maneuvers.   Roll Eyes  

1.  Ibian says that all the Muslims deserved to die (except the dogs).

2.  Ibian says that this was a false flag operation.

Anyone else see a teeny weeny inconsistency here ?

Edit: You can’t go around saying people deserve to die and then act all shocked when some nutter kills them.
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^damn son 24 seconds!


Hasn't Calvin also got a murder accusation hovering over him? Can't keep up tbh.

I thought that John is hiding on a boat from USA tax authorities, and running for president, and now he is going to sue Ayre?  Such a lawsuit has little likelihood of either happening or being successful, either.
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March 16, 2019, 07:53:29 PM
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^damn son 24 seconds!


Hasn't Calvin also got a murder accusation hovering over him? Can't keep up tbh.



I can see this ending with us both living in the data center to reduce our latency.  HFT but shit posting. 
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British Virgin Islands: Big Scrub Island

This one sounded good to me.  

The price would be between $60m to $100m probably but I am no expert when it comes to Islands shopping.

I just liked its name. Grin

The discussion before was a series of islands, not just one... and in that way, each HODLer would have his/her own island in a kind of neighborhood.... so each Island, in that kind of system would likely be much more costly.... though, like you, I am no Island shopping expert.  I am sure the more pirates in the area, the cheaper.  and also, the more remote the cheaper.. or the colder, the cheaper.

Ok, maybe we need to rethink it all. If we can't afford to buy the islands... how about if we buy a pirate ship and we do take the islands? How about that?

JJG, you could be the cook that is always talking endlessly.

Only thing we should make extra sure r0ach doesn't aboard as a stowaway this time. I would throw myself overboard if I had to hear him all the way with no place to run.

On second though, let him aboard...
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March 16, 2019, 07:55:23 PM

especially for the mere degree of derailing this thread.......

Did JayJuanGee seriously just complain about *OTHER* people's post content.
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CRYPTO CONNECTION

The gunman appears to have published a 74-page manifesto for the attack that is making the rounds online and in which he rambled off inspirations, political and otherwise, leading up to this awful day. After revealing that video game Fortnite taught him how to be a killer, the gunman disclosed that he has dabbled in cryptocurrency, writing:

“I worked for a short time before making some money investing in BitConnect, then used the money from the investment to travel.”

He reportedly used the profits to travel overseas across Europe, Southeast Asia, and Asia, which may be where he became radicalized, according to the manager of the gym where the gunman worked.


https://www.ccn.com/christchurch-terrorist-invested-and-profited-from-crypto-scam-bitconnect
I am convinced this is a false flag. Too much weird shit that doesn't add up otherwise.
Same.  Pity that the masses don't see the agenda. There's still loads who believe terrorists took control of 3, 747's with box cutters and performed impossible maneuvers.   Roll Eyes 

1.  Ibian says that all the Muslims deserved to die (except the dogs).

2.  Ibian says that this was a false flag operation.

Anyone else see a teeny weeny inconsistency here ?
Yes. Everyone on the left sees it. Not that one of you can explain why, you just know that anything I say is wrong.
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March 16, 2019, 07:58:29 PM

^damn son 24 seconds!

Hasn't Calvin also got a murder accusation hovering over him? Can't keep up tbh.
I can see this ending with us both living in the data center to reduce our latency.  HFT but shit posting. 
Sure you'll be able to afford any of that once you've settled your gambling debts?
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^damn son 24 seconds!

Hasn't Calvin also got a murder accusation hovering over him? Can't keep up tbh.
I can see this ending with us both living in the data center to reduce our latency.  HFT but shit posting. 
Sure you'll be able to afford any of that once you've settled your gambling debts?

You can buy a lot of ramen for BTC0.012
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https://twitter.com/kerooke/status/1106974342175297536

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March 16, 2019, 08:02:03 PM

Also, I would say probably 3/4ths or more of this thread are men in name only.  It's kind of pathetic Boblawblaw, the outrageously gay guy, is less offended by the alt-right posters than all the effeminate bugmen in this thread hoping to profit from shitcoin pump and dump scams while pretending to have the moral high ground over anything.
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