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Question: How low will we go before we see $10K again?
<$8,000 - 22 (38.6%)
$8,000-8,200 - 7 (12.3%)
$8,200-$8,400 - 2 (3.5%)
$8,400-$8,600 - 14 (24.6%)
$8,600-$8,800 - 6 (10.5%)
$8,800-$9,000 - 6 (10.5%)
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https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/bitcoin-spreads-like-a-virus-btc-price-to-1-million-usd-in-coming-years-crypto-analyst-explains-the-parabolic-why/

He calls for $50K in 2022. LOL BEARTROLL

The paper discussed is actually pretty good though. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3356098
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March 23, 2019, 05:02:22 PM

initiate BOOZ HAT, happy to go out this evening, need a sweet drink Wink

but damn tired already Roll Eyes

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March 23, 2019, 05:04:37 PM

http://Banknoteworld.com , one of the biggest web retailers of collectible banknotes, just sent an e-mail to all of their customers saying they no longer accept PayPal. They DO accept Bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/RedditBTC/status/1108846159571939328
They realized the value of the Bitcoin. Paypal is just a sock puppet of fiat banking system.
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So I missed the whole boat on the brave browser, do you get paid in their altcoin for using their browser and viewing ads or did this never happen?
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If we actually had a marketing team or gave any f*cks as to what google thinks..we probably could sue the crap outta em for defamation of character.






Problem (not a problem at all) Point is that Bitcoin is not a centralize system to have a marketing team like XRP 🙂
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March 23, 2019, 05:13:05 PM

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5122750.msg50278935#msg50278935
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I missed that brother but now made a my prediction.

I will go with $4,950.

We are tired of seeing 3,800 to under $4k in this quarter. Hope it moves up another K 🙂


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March 23, 2019, 05:13:23 PM

A look at whats next for Bitcoin. Schnorr, privacy, spv wallets, lightning network etc.


https://decryptmedia.com/6049/decrypt-guide-future-of-bitcoin
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March 23, 2019, 05:14:58 PM

So Google is basically finding ways to trick noobs out of their Bitcoins by getting them interested in shitcoins. Good job Google!
Google is a paid shill for the mainstream media I think. All they care is the data and business using the data. What more do you expect from them?
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March 23, 2019, 05:28:38 PM

Sorry for the offtopic (I know that this thread is about LTC, bcash, jews, etc.), but I noticed a n00b/shorter/miner whale selling 600-1000-ish BTC's on Bitfinex in the last few days. May be he has more, since several big sells coincided with flashing a couple of 200BTC asks. His actions led to a smaller gap between Bitstamp and Bitfinex from 2.5% to 1.5% for a moment. I honestly admire the stupidity of all such people with thousands, even tens of thousands of Bitcoins that are desparate to sell when they see a couple of $'s increase of the price. I mean, in a low volume day, why selling so much? I don't get it. Unless, he is a shorter and want's to defend his position. It is like trying to stop the flooding with bare hands. These people need a reality check, not a bank check. Thankfully, they tend to lose all their wealth in a matter of days, so God bless the true hodlers!

I doubt that these kinds of folks are dumb or that they are attempting to move price with their bare hands.  In that regard, there remains a certain ongoing resistance at $4k that may end up breaking up; however, breaking up is not inevitable... .

On the charts, it looks like an uphill battle, and it even looks as if buy support is continuing to build... which is surely a plausible narrative that could end up getting wiped out with a 10k btc dump across certain key exchanges that causes contagion dumps.... Yeah, maybe the number is not 10k BTC, and may take more than that, but the point and question is whether they have 10k btc (or whatever is the prudent extra quantity) that they are ready, willing, able to dump in their reserves (or amongst their friends that will cause a contagion dumping in order that the dump does not have to all be their coins). 

We have seen it plenty of times before, where the ability to dump, just runs out, but from our "non-whale" perspective, we cannot really know if "this is the time" or NOT..... by the way, I am not asserting that whales know the future either or whether they could be success with a 10k btc dump that they could coordinate with other dumping (and possible simultaneous FUD planting), but there are likely some whales who have decent perspectives over possible breaking points, how many coins they need to have in reserve and whether they are bluffing or not with their willingness and/or ability to keep the BTC price down any further or any longer.
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March 23, 2019, 05:30:14 PM

The best is Google Home:
Hi google, what is the price of Bitcoin? $4,000
Sleep again.
Do not open the light.
Do not look at the price on the phone.
It is perfect.

Personally, I'm more a fan of 10" Touchscreen/RasPi-Powered info-kiosks placed around the house.

Have one on my nightstand in the bedroom, and on a speaker in my office, rendering bitcoinity with Chromium.

Then in the kitchen, I have a first gen iPad that just runs Safari rendering bitcoinity on a charging stand.

I'm not addicted to information. Or Bitcorn. Honest.

EDIT: I'm terrified of products like Google Home or Alexa... while realizing my iPhone is constantly listening for me to say "Hey Siri", so...  Huh



So I missed the whole boat on the brave browser, do you get paid in their altcoin for using their browser and viewing ads or did this never happen?

Yeah, you get allotted an amount of BAT every month, and it auto distributes them to sites that support BAT. In theory.

It's all very confusing to me.

Eg:
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As an aside...just 2 min ago got a spam call...with the usual robot voice... 'supposedly' (sarcasm) from Microsoft saying call this number because we are going to turn off windows on your

machine.

Sheesh...are people really this stupid?

I should probably call the number and waste their time...but then I'd be wasting my time...so err....no

just an aside....in that I was in WO when this happened.

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March 23, 2019, 05:45:28 PM
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Since xhomerx10 is kinda busy, I created my own hat for my avatar. Kindly rate it guys  Lips sealed. I love dogs  Wink


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So much love here, super cuuuuuuute, my doggo <3 <3 <3 <3 and also the cat.  I love it!

3D as well.... ... You stepped straight into 2nd generation (or is it 3rd - no animated was 3rd.. which is no longer acceptable, absent a theymos grandfathering or a waiver, perhaps)... and you did not even have to go through the alpha and beta versions... hahahahahaha  (not that homer's hats were ever non-desirable, while the sophistication has certainly advanced  - probably the threat of competition from madnessteat incentivized homer to another level.. even though homer would never admit to such pressures... hahahahahah... you go homer!!!!!!)
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 we are going to turn off windows on your

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they would be doing you a favor
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March 23, 2019, 05:46:46 PM

The best is Google Home:
Hi google, what is the price of Bitcoin? $4,000
Sleep again.
Do not open the light.
Do not look at the price on the phone.
It is perfect.

Personally, I'm more a fan of 10" Touchscreen/RasPi-Powered info-kiosks placed around the house.

Have one on my nightstand in the bedroom, and on a speaker in my office, rendering bitcoinity with Chromium.

Then in the kitchen, I have a first gen iPad that just runs Safari rendering bitcoinity on a charging stand.

I'm not addicted to information. Or Bitcorn. Honest.

EDIT: I'm terrified of products like Google Home or Alexa... while realizing my iPhone is constantly listening for me to say "Hey Siri", so...  Huh

All electronic devices with an Internet connection are potentially intrusive in listening.
They spy 24 hours, and if you have internal video surveillance cameras, get ready to go out with a good photo when they steal (sell) your data.

Artificial intelligence is here, for the good and for the bad. Wink
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The best is Google Home:
Hi google, what is the price of Bitcoin? $4,000
Sleep again.
Do not open the light.
Do not look at the price on the phone.
It is perfect.

Personally, I'm more a fan of 10" Touchscreen/RasPi-Powered info-kiosks placed around the house.

Have one on my nightstand in the bedroom, and on a speaker in my office, rendering bitcoinity with Chromium.

Then in the kitchen, I have a first gen iPad that just runs Safari rendering bitcoinity on a charging stand.

I'm not addicted to information. Or Bitcorn. Honest.

EDIT: I'm terrified of products like Google Home or Alexa... while realizing my iPhone is constantly listening for me to say "Hey Siri", so...  Huh



So I missed the whole boat on the brave browser, do you get paid in their altcoin for using their browser and viewing ads or did this never happen?

Yeah, you get allotted an amount of BAT every month, and it auto distributes them to sites that support BAT. In theory.

It's all very confusing to me.

Eg:

Alright who's putting together a W/O site, accepting Bat and diving out back the rewards?
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March 23, 2019, 05:58:10 PM

All electronic devices with an Internet connection are potentially intrusive in listening.
They spy 24 hours, and if you have internal video surveillance cameras, get ready to go out with a good photo when they steal (sell) your data.

 I don't want to give off the delusion that my "shit is secure and not leaking", but I've been quite happy with the Synology Surveillance Station system for their NAS devices.

 Allows me the ability to completely manage my own video surveillance system, with egress rules applied for IP's on the border for the individual camera IP's.

 Have a half-dozen or so cameras monitoring our domicile.

 Very useful for monitoring our household - while away - once establishing a secure VPN connection to my border.
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March 23, 2019, 06:19:38 PM

So I missed the whole boat on the brave browser, do you get paid in their altcoin for using their browser and viewing ads or did this never happen?

You have to download the developer version for that. Otherwise, it will be available with version 1.0.
Or you can also (presumably, haven't tried it myself) tip your own publisher page, like your personal youtube channel.
Besides all that, Brave is a good browser... it still has a few bugs but it's good.
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March 23, 2019, 06:22:19 PM
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So Google is basically finding ways to trick noobs out of their Bitcoins by getting them interested in shitcoins. Good job Google!
Google is a paid shill for the mainstream media I think. All they care is the data and business using the data. What more do you expect from them?
Google made from a mistake,so don't expect everything you find on Google was cent percent right.

Actual domain they were looking to create is Googol.
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March 23, 2019, 06:26:00 PM

So Google is basically finding ways to trick noobs out of their Bitcoins by getting them interested in shitcoins. Good job Google!
Google is a paid shill for the mainstream media I think. All they care is the data and business using the data. What more do you expect from them?
Google made from a mistake,so don't expect everything you find on Google was cent percent right.

Actual domain they were looking to create is Googol.
That's interesting.

After a quick search:
1 googol =1.0 × 10100
google = search for information about (someone or something) on the Internet using the search engine Google.

The 2nd one, was it really the meaning or they changed it to make a meaning for google after google become google?
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