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Question: What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2019 - 24 (30.8%)
2020 - 30 (38.5%)
2021 - 19 (24.4%)
2022 - 3 (3.8%)
2023 - 0 (0%)
Never - 2 (2.6%)
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Arthur's bullish ... and twattish.

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I do believe that Bitcoin doesn't need ETF to grow like this. It is bad for Bitcoin, bad for being decentralization of Bitcoin.
Even Andreas M. Antonopoulos ( an author, speaker or blockchain expert ) is also against on ETF.
Watch his explanation about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSv0J4bfBCc
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March 22, 2019, 04:06:37 AM
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Arthur's bullish ... and twattish.

Yeah to be honest, I don't like the dude.  I think he and his exchange do more harm to BTC than good.  In my opinion the barts have a direct relationship to Bitmex.  When I first saw interviews I liked him, and I tend to resonate with some of his views. (kinda anti-ETH for example). But compare his stance and tone to Jack Dorsey's for example.  I feel like Dorsey is much more pro bitcoin.  Arthur is all about the money.  On the other hand Jack don't really need any more money. Wink
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March 22, 2019, 04:19:38 AM


This is good, bitcoin will moon pretty soon.

Can I have this pic for me?

I'll make it a wallpaper from now on so it will inspire me every time I open my laptop.
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March 22, 2019, 04:23:13 AM

Yeah cAPS some of it is a bit off (and some right on) https://mailchi.mp/9fb00a882b39/crypto-trader-digest-1307823

meanwhile big losses compensated https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2897545.msg50254940#msg50254940
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March 22, 2019, 04:36:46 AM


Arthur's bullish ... and twattish.

These kinds of ideas are still out there, and they are providing pretty strong sentiments that the bottom is not yet in, and suggesting that a brutal additional drop is necessary and nearly inevitable before BTC prices go to $10k by the end of the year.

We will see.  We will see.  I am still 48% that the bottom is not "in" but the longer that we stay without a correction or an attempt to test the bottom, the whole bottom testing inevitability (and necessary) scenario comes off as wishful thinking rather than describing something that has to happen and will happen.... and that kind of certainty and necessity language is what gets under my skin the most....   

If you describe the situation as 70% likely or even 85% likely, then I am going to consider you a lot more reasonable, even if such description deviates considerably from my current 52% assessment, but many times, the language implies much greater levels of certainty that are close to 100% - even though, most people, if you push them on any topic that involves future predictions will agree that they are not really saying 100% even though they are using such 100% kind of language... fucks!!!... my ongoing beef with common day parlance, I suppose.    Give me some nuance instead of trying to act like some kind of sorcerer who knows the future, when the future has not yet happened and no one knows it except in terms of probabilities... .. There are some events like gravity and the sun coming up that don't involve human behavior and have really high certainty levels, but when we are talking about events involving many known unknowns and unknown unknowns, including human behavior, you gotta give some leeway towards even seemingly certain events possibly NOT happening as expected .  /end rant
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Bakkt raises Series A at valuation topping $700 million.

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Bakkt is yet to launch, and with high costs, will need serious volumes to secure returns for Series A investors

I can't wait to see those serious volumes  Smiley

https://www.theblockcrypto.com/2019/03/21/bakkt-raises-series-a-at-valuation-topping-700-million/
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March 22, 2019, 04:44:40 AM


for real?

I'm afraid I have become very jaded...part of me is looking for the long con.
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March 22, 2019, 04:47:12 AM


Arthur's bullish ... and twattish.

Yeah to be honest, I don't like the dude.  I think he and his exchange do more harm to BTC than good.  In my opinion the barts have a direct relationship to Bitmex.  When I first saw interviews I liked him, and I tend to resonate with some of his views. (kinda anti-ETH for example). But compare his stance and tone to Jack Dorsey's for example.  I feel like Dorsey is much more pro bitcoin.  Arthur is all about the money.  On the other hand Jack don't really need any more money. Wink

I don't really have anything against Arthur Hayes.  He is running a business that provides a lot of shorting tools to people, and he seems to be making a lot of money, already.. .I don't know if he really needs more money, but he likely does not have as much as Jack Dorsey.

Dorsey seems legit and self-made, so anyone who already has a few billion dollars, as you suggest, is not going to be in any kind of rush to get rich. He does not really seem that materialistic, but instead just does what he likes and pursues passions, including having curiosities about technical geek problems that now includes geeking out about bitcoin.. which seems to be good for bitcoin and for him, too, to pursue his geeky side, which seems genuine.
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March 22, 2019, 04:53:51 AM
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You can say about Twatter what you want, but Jack seems like a decent dude. Willing to be convinced otherwise if there are any interesting talks by/with him that one could refer me to.

Capitalizing on top of  Bitcoin is better than creating your own shitcoin.

Jack is doing a great job.
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March 22, 2019, 07:00:43 AM

HODL on tight, HODLers.

Saw on @BashCo's timeline.

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March 22, 2019, 07:34:40 AM

HODL on tight, HODLers.

Saw on @BashCo's timeline.



HODLing right in here..... waking up early, had pretty much difficultie’s @the movies last night with staying awake, jetlag Roll Eyes

But the HODL remaining the same as usual

Time to break by 3K for good....
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March 22, 2019, 07:36:04 AM

Bakkt raises Series A at valuation topping $700 million.

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Bakkt is yet to launch, and with high costs, will need serious volumes to secure returns for Series A investors

I can't wait to see those serious volumes  Smiley

https://www.theblockcrypto.com/2019/03/21/bakkt-raises-series-a-at-valuation-topping-700-million/

BAKKT post long time no see ..... posted in that game last night, had to blow the dust of it before i could open it....
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NO! wait for MOON, then throw him a BTC and own that perfect place in the green Smiley
I doubt old people will ever understand Bitcoin.

I'm 55 does that qualify as old?
Do you understand Bitcoin?

Well I run an LN node and do one shitcoin mining to raise my BTC stash slowly.
I know how to HODL.
Does that count as knowing enough?
Yes.

Do you play games or do any other stuff that ageists wouldn't expect?

Unfortunately I do!
Play a bit more on my PS4 than I should.

55 is not old enough. I mean, if you die now, plenty of people are going to say you died young.

Thanks Dabs. You really know how to cheer a guy up lol.
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March 22, 2019, 08:02:02 AM

Speaking of old, the retirement age in my country is being pushed back. We'll have 70+ old people working till their grave pretty soon, lots of people will never get their pension. Anyone have strong feelings on this?
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March 22, 2019, 08:02:18 AM

Is it just me or are we experiencing a mirrored version of what happened in front of $6000?

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March 22, 2019, 08:17:02 AM

Speaking of old, the retirement age in my country is being pushed back. We'll have 70+ old people working till their grave pretty soon, lots of people will never get their pension. Anyone have strong feelings on this?

I hate to even address you, since you have been such a shithead, recently, but at least this topic is related to bitcoin and hopeful benefits and abilities of any of us to strive towards reaching "fuck you" status. 

Even if BTC HODLers/Accumulators cannot get themselves into total retirement status or make him/herself rich, with BTC HODLings, individuals may be able to either cause self to be able to retire earlier and/or to supplement any retirement (or less than adequate retirement) that may end up received.
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March 22, 2019, 08:19:59 AM

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55 is not old enough. I mean, if you die now, plenty of people are going to say you died young.
Well if you look at some Hollywood celebs then you will see 55 is not an age to consider old.

https://www.thewrap.com/actresses-over-50-who-rule-hollywood/
https://www.thewrap.com/50-actors-50-who-still-rule-hollywood-photos/


Good morning  Smiley
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March 22, 2019, 08:24:47 AM

Is it just me or are we experiencing a mirrored version of what happened in front of $6000?


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March 22, 2019, 09:07:42 AM
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That makes more sense than many of the charts posted recently.

Could be in that area, but I feel the peak will come later, and the rise be slower initially, because :

1. The waves are clearly getting longer  , and

2. The mania (and publicity) in the last parabolic peak was so great, it will take longer to dissipate.


So, the unpalatable news is, expect the peak around 2023, and don't be surprised if the price dawdles around $4k for another year. 30% chance of another leg down to $2xxx later this year. 30% chance of $5xxx at year end.
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