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March 18, 2019, 12:12:13 AM

Who is holding most BTC from WO family?

Probably Theymos.

Is this forum the wealthiest place of the future ?

Of course, not.
People like Jack Dorsey, Marc Faber, some Silly valley exec (Paplitya? spelling?), Peter Thiel, Tim Draper etc are already converting fiat to btc. It's going to be the same people, sans maybe a thou or two current hodlers back from 2010-2011.

Then the wealthiest forum Tongue
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March 18, 2019, 12:15:40 AM

Who is holding most BTC from WO family?

Probably Theymos.

The question is how much BTC and true HODLERS are in this forum
As real active members...
Is this forum the wealthiest place of the future ?

I believe that some of the BIGGEST HODLers of bitcoin do not participate in this forum.  They might be in other venues, to the extent that they are actively involved in any discussions or communications regarding bitcoin.

Some of the more OG HODLers may hav become inactive too.

Maybe when you reach "fuck you" status x 100, then you might not care as much anymore regarding participation or even BTC politics (unless you happen to be a bit unable to control those kinds of desires to continue to be in the public spotlight?)  because the "fuck you" status cushion has become sufficiently large that even a 90% BTC price correction is not going to negatively affect you in any kind of meaningful way, in terms of the chicks that you bang, the blow that you snort, the lambos that you total, the yachts that you sail, the islands that you hang out on or the piña colatas that you imbibe.
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March 18, 2019, 12:15:53 AM

Who is holding most BTC from WO family?

Probably Theymos.

The question is how much BTC and true HODLERS are in this forum
As real active members...
Is this forum the wealthiest place of the future ?


Yes it is good sir. Soon female Digital Gold diggers from all over the world will be on this forum, hoping to meet a WO man w a few coins in his stash. The idea of a WO member with double or triple digit coins will cause them to faint.

Also many of the actual women in pics posted in past comments will come forward, hoping their image pleased the WO family and looking for available hodlers to meet. Wallet size matters.  Grin
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March 18, 2019, 12:20:14 AM

Folks, I sadly have to inform you that I'm running out of pictures of hot climbing girls which are not too porn but a little for breaking my own rules. Grin
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March 18, 2019, 12:20:54 AM

Who is holding most BTC from WO family?

Probably Theymos.

The question is how much BTC and true HODLERS are in this forum
As real active members...
Is this forum the wealthiest place of the future ?


Yes it is good sir. Soon female Digital Gold diggers from all over the world will be on this forum, hoping to meet a WO man w a few coins in his stash. The idea of a WO member with double or triple digit coins will cause them to faint.

Also many of the actual women in pics posted in past comments will come forward, hoping their image pleased the WO family and looking for available hodlers to meet. Wallet size matters.  Grin

A link to WO-man and his women vid was already posted.
Hint: the one where she asks a guy in something resembling spouse counseling session whether he still invests in crypto and he winces.
That was way more realistic than the other way around.

EDIT: besides, right now, the anti-bitcoin bitmex'ers are probably the wealthiest group.
BTC lost close to $270 bil, hence someone got very rich in 2018-2019 at our collective expense.
I remember seeing some 'shorting' accounts on Bitmex that are worth 20 mil and above.
Oh well, hopefully, it will get reversed in due course.
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March 18, 2019, 12:30:46 AM
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The longest period we went last year between making new lows was from June 24 till Nov 14 when the 6k floor was destroyed. This was 143 days.

Once we make it to May 8 of this year with out breaking the December 15, 2018 low, then we will have surpassed that period and many more believers will hop on the Baby Bull Market bandwagon. I will consider the Bull Market to no longer be a baby at that point.

May 8 would also be 1 year and 16 days before the coming halving. So a few weeks after we break the 143 day record, we will be starting the 1 year countdown till halving and Hopium smoking will flourish all over the world.

Remember, all band wagons start off with just a few passengers. The Bitcoin bandwagon rewards early riders and its wheels have special Bear killing spikes.


92 days into the new Baby Bull Market and all is well. Happy St Patricks day everyone! Dont forget to pinch a nocoiner. Cheesy
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March 18, 2019, 12:32:51 AM

Folks, I sadly have to inform you that I'm running out of pictures of hot climbing girls which are not too porn but a little for breaking my own rules. Grin

I had the luck to see a enormously HOT-girl do Some canyoneering yesterday.... small crawling/climbs and 8-12 meter cliff jumps etc
Damn i feel sorry i didn’t brought my phone for Some pics of my GF
The first time ever she did such crazy stuff Smiley (man she was scared to jump first one was 8meter high) but she instant runned and just jumped.....

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March 18, 2019, 12:38:57 AM

Folks, I sadly have to inform you that I'm running out of pictures of hot climbing girls which are not too porn but a little for breaking my own rules. Grin

I had the luck to see a enormously HOT-girl do Some canyoneering yesterday.... small crawling/climbs and 8-12 meter cliff jumps etc
Damn i feel sorry i didn’t brought my phone for Some pics of my GF
The first time ever she did such crazy stuff Smiley (man she was scared to jump first one was 8meter high) but she instant runned and just jumped.....

unfortunately the pictures in your mind doesn't help a lot...  Sad
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March 18, 2019, 01:01:45 AM

Good.

Next minutes are critical.
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March 18, 2019, 01:11:49 AM

please, never $3xxx again

Nice candles!
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March 18, 2019, 01:14:43 AM

please, never $3xxx again

Nice candles!

hahahahaha.. that would be nice.. .

It seems that we at least have to get above $4,200 to at least cause a bit of a positive BTC price cushion above $3,xxx.

Anyone notice that the UP price movement to get to $4k and to breach a little bit above $4k waited until this week's candle closed... Any significance?  I am not sure.
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March 18, 2019, 01:21:16 AM

please, never $3xxx again

Nice candles!

hahahahaha.. that would be nice.. .

It seems that we at least have to get above $4,200 to at least cause a bit of a positive BTC price cushion above $3,xxx.

Anyone notice that the UP price movement to get to $4k and to breach a little bit above $4k waited until this week's candle closed... Any significance?  I am not sure.

It usually happens like that. No particular significance AFAIK.

Wouldn't mind if we keep going around $4K marking higher lows each time instead of a quick pump.
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March 18, 2019, 01:42:42 AM

Isn't it beautiful to watch it climbing slow and steady, one step at a time, dollar by dollar?
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March 18, 2019, 01:47:29 AM
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Good evening all. Hope you had a pleasant St. Patrick's Day.

It was one of those spectacular Great Northwest days here. Absolutely stunning. It seems Spring has sprung a day early around here. Just wow. Anyways, bitcoin is back over $4k as the market rallies upwards towards this arbitrary downtrend line I have inscribed. Not much else to add today as I am half in my cup after a couple of Guiness's and am heading upstairs shortly for some corned beef and cabbage. Buy the dips.

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March 18, 2019, 01:50:50 AM

Holiday Pump Mode activated.
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March 18, 2019, 01:52:00 AM

please, never $3xxx again

Nice candles!

hahahahaha.. that would be nice.. .

It seems that we at least have to get above $4,200 to at least cause a bit of a positive BTC price cushion above $3,xxx.

Anyone notice that the UP price movement to get to $4k and to breach a little bit above $4k waited until this week's candle closed... Any significance?  I am not sure.

It usually happens like that. No particular significance AFAIK.

Wouldn't mind if we keep going around $4K marking higher lows each time instead of a quick pump.

Of course, you may have noticed from my various posts, that I frequently reject theories of long term and/or consistent BTC price manipulation; however, I do believe that on the short-term, even like 24 hours, those with a lot of coins can have the ability to push to close a candle green or red, and to do that on purpose.  If you notice, the last 4 weekly candles on bitstamp are green and they are just barely green, so if each candle is just barely green, then it makes it easier to make the next one green.   In the end, it may not matter too much, but on the margins, there can be some folks who would likely put additional resources in order to push trading algorithms (and even people looking at the matter) in a price direction momentum story that they are attempting to cause to be more plausible.. even if they are engaging in a trick.
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March 18, 2019, 02:23:31 AM

I frequently reject theories of long term and/or consistent BTC price manipulation

Another reason people frequently reject JayJuanGee posts.  The only non-rigged markets on earth are ones virtually nobody has any interest in or motive to rig them.  As for what direction bitcoin has been manipulated, it's upwards the vast majority of the time orchestrated by a single entity operating on the fraudulent exchange Bitfinex with tether scams and all.
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March 18, 2019, 02:24:24 AM

My btc price trajectory preference between March 16, 2019 and Dec 10, 2021 (1000 days exactly):

An increase of 0.36959% daily, never a decrease, peak at 160K on that ^ day, then flat for 6-12 mo  Grin
Not likely to happen, right? lol

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I would so much prefer a flat after a rise instead of too much up and down.

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March 18, 2019, 02:42:00 AM
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I frequently reject theories of long term and/or consistent BTC price manipulation

Another reason people frequently reject JayJuanGee posts.  The only non-rigged markets on earth are ones virtually nobody has any interest in or motive to rig them.  As for what direction bitcoin has been manipulated, it's upwards the vast majority of the time orchestrated by a single entity operating on the fraudulent exchange Bitfinex with tether scams and all.

You believe that BTC prices are ONLY manipulated up because you don't understand much of anything about BTC, and you spout out simple-ass non-substantiated talking points on a repetitive basis.  The fact that you repeat your dumb-ass off topic talking points does not cause them to become more and moar true.
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March 18, 2019, 02:45:30 AM

Fellow goyim please do not quote the troll
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