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Question: What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2019 - 24 (31.2%)
2020 - 30 (39%)
2021 - 18 (23.4%)
2022 - 3 (3.9%)
2023 - 0 (0%)
Never - 2 (2.6%)
Total Voters: 77

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March 29, 2019, 02:29:23 PM

That is most definitely not what was meant in the poll.

YOu should not take into account the small hodlers like us. What is really critical is what the HUGE hodlers there will do. Well, most of them already have HUGE stashes outside of mtgox... they have already sold whatever they wanted to sell. I don't think they are waiting for the gox  reimbursement to sell.

My prediction is that most of the gox coins will be hodl... And I voted accordingly.

That could be true. Is there any data available about the distribution of claim sizes at mt Gox? Is the majority of the total claim amount part of small claims or large ones?

Yes, the creditors list is public, but I don't remember where it is. And yes, there are a few hue (legit) claims that sum the majority of BTC. Ie: Josh Jones of Btcbuilder has like 40000 IIRC.
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March 29, 2019, 02:45:54 PM


Is there any data available about the distribution of claim sizes at mt Gox? Is the majority of the total claim amount part of small claims or large ones?

Yes, the creditors list is public, but I don't remember where it is. And yes, there are a few hue (legit) claims that sum the majority of BTC. Ie: Josh Jones of Btcbuilder has like 40000 IIRC.

i just looked briefly at a pdf list from 2016, there were a good amount of 3 digit btc claims, and some 4 digit ones too. the bulk seemed to be single or double digits, with a lot of < 1 btc amounts.

gonna try to find the latest full list in some sort of excel importable format.
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March 29, 2019, 02:49:24 PM

People still drinking milk?

It was made to grow babies not for adults. Undecided



http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20190218-when-did-humans-start-drinking-cows-milk
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March 29, 2019, 02:54:03 PM

That is most definitely not what was meant in the poll.

YOu should not take into account the small hodlers like us. What is really critical is what the HUGE hodlers there will do. Well, most of them already have HUGE stashes outside of mtgox... they have already sold whatever they wanted to sell. I don't think they are waiting for the gox  reimbursement to sell.

My prediction is that most of the gox coins will be hodl... And I voted accordingly.

That could be true. Is there any data available about the distribution of claim sizes at mt Gox? Is the majority of the total claim amount part of small claims or large ones?

Yes, the creditors list is public, but I don't remember where it is. And yes, there are a few hue (legit) claims that sum the majority of BTC. Ie: Josh Jones of Btcbuilder has like 40000 IIRC.

Buitcoinbuilder is not a good example as that claim consists of loads of small ones. Did Bitcoinbuilder ever publish its claim distribution (probably not).

I am quite curious where the 80% of aggregate claims fall under, small or large. Makes quite a difference (my assumption thus far has been small).
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March 29, 2019, 03:04:18 PM

CME CHAIRMAN ADMITS BITCOIN’S FINITE AMOUNT IS A PROBLEM

https://bitcoinist.com/cme-chairman-admits-bitcoins-finite-amount-is-a-problem/

LOL

Who the fuck is he to admit anything about something he knows nothing about? Fucking piece of shit
fudding again.




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March 29, 2019, 03:14:10 PM

CME CHAIRMAN ADMITS BITCOIN’S FINITE AMOUNT IS A PROBLEM

https://bitcoinist.com/cme-chairman-admits-bitcoins-finite-amount-is-a-problem/

LOL

Who the fuck is he to admit anything about something he knows nothing about? Fucking piece of shit
fudding again.




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They'll make a shitcoin fork? Wow so revolutionary!
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March 29, 2019, 03:18:50 PM

^
there is only one thing that a person can do with BTC and thats just to HODL it
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March 29, 2019, 03:43:00 PM

well, that line dated from early November...nice to put that behind us

The way is clear ahead for...umm...a year of meandering sideways
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March 29, 2019, 03:52:37 PM

104 days into the new BTCaby BTCull Market and all is well.  Cheesy

Continue the pamp.
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The way is clear ahead for...umm...a year of meandering sideways steady gains.

FTFY  Wink

EDIT: Full disclosure. Voted "$4,200-$4,400" for the poll.
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The way is clear ahead for...umm...a year of meandering sideways steady gains.

FTFY  Wink
That's really all we can hope for right? Those steady gains before the run.
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March 29, 2019, 04:09:12 PM
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98% of you likely have your 2FA app on your cell phone.

I dont have enough time to explain all the reasons thats a terrible idea...

Buy a new IPod touch
Create a new Apple ID w/ new email
Download Google Authenticator
Put IPod in airplane mode

Rest easy👍

Authenticator does not require internet.

Having it on an offline iPod is almost as good as having every code written down.

You also no longer have to worry about your phone being hacked, stolen, lost, etc.

It’s $199 for an IPod. Just do it.

https://twitter.com/bitcoinbirch/status/1111260251662311429?s=21

Trust but verify Goose.

Since I am one to argue over semantics I have to point out that the above statement is just NOT true. GA requires an accurate timestamp to generate the authentication code you use in 2fa. If you leave your device unconnected for a period of time it will de-sync with the GA server and leave you with a invalid code. I know this for reasons..

Otherwise the above is pretty good advice..just turn on your device and make sure the update time automatically is checked in your settings..turn off airplane mode..update the time..turn on airplane mode again and use normally. I think its a especially good idea if you have large wallets to have a device that is used only for 2fa and nothing else.

Just make sure you back that seed up carefully in case of a dropped phone or other such calamity.


CME CHAIRMAN ADMITS BITCOIN’S FINITE AMOUNT IS A PROBLEM

https://bitcoinist.com/cme-chairman-admits-bitcoins-finite-amount-is-a-problem/

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Yes, problem for him because he can not create as many as he wants LOL
The most meaningful fact about bitcoins is it's limited supply.

I disagree. That could be it least important feature. For speculators and get rich quick hopefuls that may be true but for me its having a secure, decentralised and trust less medium to exchange value. These far outweigh its emission features imho.

Good morning

WO’s

Good morning.


Hi guys, what's up?

I've been hibernating for the past year or so but spring has come and I feel like things are going to start moving soon.

Who's still here observing walls?

Welcome back and I am happy to report that the Wall is still manned. We abide and we observe to the best of our abilities.

If some of you are interested, these are some of the places I went to today.

-snipped-

And I also saw roach. He told me he was waiting for the Bulls... in his own way.



+1 WOsMerit

Oopsies, I just fomo'ed all over myself  Shocked    Cancelled some old buy orders and now 100% in (again).  Go Bitcoin!

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March 29, 2019, 04:13:51 PM

Japan’s biggest railway plans to accept cryptocurrency payments.

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March 29, 2019, 04:24:39 PM

It feels like we have finally turned the page on 2018.   Cool

Dragon breaks through resistance.
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I love the smell of fried Bear soul in the mornings..  #btd's
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https://www.blockchain.com/en/charts/n-transactions-per-block?timespan=all

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March 29, 2019, 04:34:52 PM

Offtop - sorry!
Is there some kind of Mad Hatter contest)? I mean your Avatars.
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March 29, 2019, 04:54:36 PM

2 days too early!

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Offtop - sorry!
Is there some kind of Mad Hatter contest)? I mean your Avatars.

Yes.
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https://twitter.com/ChartsBtc/status/1111642412751814656
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There is something very sobering about seeing a MINIMUM PROJECTED VALUATION of over $10k by 7/1/2020.
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