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Question: When will bitcoin reach the top of this bull market (i.e. when will it moon)?
Topped at $13,880 in June - 12 (7.7%)
H2 2019 - 16 (10.3%)
H1 2020 - 29 (18.6%)
H2 2020 - 28 (17.9%)
H1 2021 - 12 (7.7%)
H2 2021 - 31 (19.9%)
H1 2022 - 6 (3.8%)
H2 2022 - 4 (2.6%)
H1 2023 - 0 (0%)
H2 2023 - 3 (1.9%)
2024 or Later - 15 (9.6%)
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April 05, 2019, 10:30:15 PM

Lol at Finex walls. BTC1200 bid @ $5069, and ~BTC1000 ask @ $5150 someone trying to corner the market? Oops i might be in a wrong thread
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https://twitter.com/IIF/status/1113093833712168960

Unpayable...

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April 05, 2019, 10:34:32 PM

Lol at Finex walls. BTC1200 bid @ $5069, and ~BTC1000 ask @ $5150 someone trying to corner the market? Oops i might be in a wrong thread

Yeah... correct.

It seems to me that you are in the wrong place.

We are talking about walls here...


NOT corners.

You need to go to the corners thread and repost about your corner concerns.    Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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April 05, 2019, 10:59:04 PM

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The dog does not eat meat either ?

That's why it does not grow. Wink

That is a point of discussion among the pescotarians / vegetarians / vegans. Will we continue to give our pets meat? Dogs are so domesticated that it appears that they have become omnivores in stead of carnivores (like wolves). I do try to give more fish in stead of meat, but they still eat meat. Is it wrong? I don't know, then I have to delve further into it (what I will do in the future).

@gentlemand Chihuahuas do not always have the best reputation, but ours is a sweetheart. Sweet, never barks and listens well. Just like our American Staffords. Well educated Smiley Still I would love every dog, even the autistic one  Cheesy
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I do not know, I think everyone is right, but I like to follow nature, the Maine Coon eats meat and prepared food, in its natural habitat eats everything that moves. Wink
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April 05, 2019, 11:12:35 PM

So I got to thinking...and sorry..gunna post this big ol chart up here anyways.

What if the market cycles are not slowing down and spacing out..what if they are coming quicker..or maybe they are just random..who knows really. Regardless, if we were to get over the 0.236 fib resistance and see a tk crossing at around $6535.88 it would be much more vertical in nature and momentum being what it is could carry us up to and over the 0.5 fib  #dyor

Either and all scenarios lead to this simple fact and the sooner we all accept it the better. Prepare for Gentlemen. #btd


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April 05, 2019, 11:16:20 PM

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I do not know, I think everyone is right, but I like to follow nature, the Maine Coon eats meat and prepared food, in its natural habitat eats everything that moves. Wink

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.
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April 05, 2019, 11:24:49 PM

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I do not know, I think everyone is right, but I like to follow nature, the Maine Coon eats meat and prepared food, in its natural habitat eats everything that moves. Wink

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.



This Maine Coon, died a few years ago, always ate meat, its weight was 10Kg, he was never at the vet.
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April 05, 2019, 11:27:39 PM

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.

Maine Coon's can become quite the chonkers. I owned me a big old 18 pound girl who passed almost a decade ago.

They are majestically furry creatures, and affectionate, loyal companion animals.

Unfortunately, they can be prone to health problems in late age, and mine began to suffer from hip dysplasia, before ultimately passing from heart related issues, around age 15.
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I do not know, I think everyone is right, but I like to follow nature, the Maine Coon eats meat and prepared food, in its natural habitat eats everything that moves. Wink

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.



This Maine Coon, died a few years ago, always ate meat, its weight was 10Kg, he was never at the vet.

Such a cutie
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April 05, 2019, 11:34:07 PM

So I got to thinking...and sorry..gunna post this big ol chart up here anyways.

What if the market cycles are not slowing down and spacing out..what if they are coming quicker..or maybe they are just random..who knows really. Regardless, if we were to get over the 0.236 fib resistance and see a tk crossing at around $6535.88 it would be much more vertical in nature and momentum being what it is could carry us up to and over the 0.5 fib  #dyor

Either and all scenarios lead to this simple fact and the sooner we all accept it the better. Prepare for Gentlemen. #btd


#stronghands'19

Not far off from what Luc was saying here...

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/JSP3KDmy-New-long-term-prediction-as-I-see-it-now/
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April 05, 2019, 11:35:29 PM

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.

Maine Coon's can become quite the chonkers. I owned me a big old 18 pound girl who passed almost a decade ago.

They are majestically furry creatures, and affectionate, loyal companion animals.

Unfortunately, they can be prone to health problems in late age, and mine began to suffer from hip dysplasia, before ultimately passing from heart related issues, around age 15.

I think 15 years is a good age for a Maine Coon, always hard to lose a loving pet. Mostly they are really a part of the family.
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I'm crawling in the hodlcave. Goodnight wall observers. xoxo
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So an interesting situation developing here.  So far since the 2017 peak, we have stuck faithfully to the 2014/15 fractal.  If we were to go up from here, it would suggest we were breaking up away from the fractal, at least temporarily.  Nothing to get too excited about, but worth watching.  We are certainly a bit ahead of schedule at the moment, which is consistent with traders attempting to front run the 2014/15 model.  Click on pics for higher resolution.  



I have been wondering how to explain the price capping out at $5,300 and think I have my answer.  The price has run up to the 300 Day MA and is now sitting nicely in the middle of a channel between the 300 Day MA and the 200 Day MA.



Our fear and greed index is leaning towards greedy.


Note:  ignore the 21 February tag in this image - it is the reading on 5 April.

On balance I think we need a good shake of the tree to pull us back down.  Too many people are too bullish right now.  So I am projecting another drop down and a bit more despair.  Maybe we will break down through the 200 MA Daily into the high $3ks to give people a bit of a kick in the ass, and then crawl our way back up.  I would never short this because we are in a bull market now, but a good opportunity to BTD.  
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April 05, 2019, 11:46:53 PM

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.

Maine Coon's can become quite the chonkers. I owned me a big old 18 pound girl who passed almost a decade ago.

They are majestically furry creatures, and affectionate, loyal companion animals.

Unfortunately, they can be prone to health problems in late age, and mine began to suffer from hip dysplasia, before ultimately passing from heart related issues, around age 15.

Yes, you're right, luckily we've never had this problem.

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Today we closed in green, this is good. Wink

I'm going to study ..., BTC
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April 06, 2019, 12:02:49 AM

So I got to thinking...and sorry..gunna post this big ol chart up here anyways.

What if the market cycles are not slowing down and spacing out..what if they are coming quicker..or maybe they are just random..who knows really. Regardless, if we were to get over the 0.236 fib resistance and see a tk crossing at around $6535.88 it would be much more vertical in nature and momentum being what it is could carry us up to and over the 0.5 fib  #dyor

Either and all scenarios lead to this simple fact and the sooner we all accept it the better. Prepare for Gentlemen. #btd

We all know this thing could explode to new ATHs at any moment.

Everybody knows it, all of us, all the suits, when the FOMO does hit it could tear 'da roof off this motherfucker.

I am really looking forward to all the business news talent nodding knowingly as BTC rockets past $50K with the clear impression that everyone who is anyone knew this was inevitable.

I may need more monitors so I can watch them all at once.
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I do not know, I think everyone is right, but I like to follow nature, the Maine Coon eats meat and prepared food, in its natural habitat eats everything that moves. Wink

I didn't know 'Maine Coon' so I looked it up.. Wauw is this cat really that big?  Cheesy Yes there is a difference between cats & dogs. Cats are predators, but dogs don't catch rabbits to eat, not even for survival.

Like you mentioned dogs are omnivores, but cats are carnivores.  

In other words, dogs can tolerate non-meat better than cats.  Cats will have real significant health issues if they don't get meat in their diets. But I would imagine that dogs also thrive better on meat, because there are more essential nutrients in meat that are bio-available.. which I think is true with humans too.. .. Humans are closer to pigs in terms of their level of omnivoreness, so they can get by with less meat in their diets as compared with dogs... but still there are essential nutrients - fats especially that are more bioavailable in meats than they are in non-meat foods.

By the way, with you and micpeep (or should I say micteam?) heading towards vegetarianism, if you are eating fish and/or eggs, then you are  less likely to have issues missing some essential nutrients, as compared with if you go down a vegan route.  I get the lovey dovey feelings that some peeps (or should I say teams?) feel bad about killing animals, but our bodies thrive on at least some meat in our diets - sure substitute eggs if you want to feel less cruel... or even lower level fish like sardines and things like that... but there is a difference between feeling lovey dovey towards animals and sacrificing your own health.. in my humble bumble opinion.
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April 06, 2019, 12:17:17 AM

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OK, so you keep asserting that BTC has a plan to deal with the negative effects of persistently full blocks. HOWEVER, after repeated requests to reveal what that plan actually consists of, you do nothing but deflect and dissemble. I call BullShit.

attempting to put some kind of burden on me and others to describe core's plan in a way that is acceptable to you...

Despite your protestations, you have utterly failed -- in any manner whatsoever -- to describe any core plan for dealing with the negative effects of full blocks. 'Acceptable to me' has nothing the fuck to do with it.

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I like bitcoin's conservative approach.

Then you are deluded. BTC's The SegWit Omnibus Changeset was the most radical change ever to be foisted upon Bitcoin, from every discernable dimension. It changed the protocol radically, it changed the supported use cases radically, it changed the economics radically,

Whether those were "radical" changes or NOT, I give two ratt's asses about it.  

So what you are really saying above is that you are satisfied with core's decidedly NON-conservative approach. I can take that at face value, but is it any wonder that I reply to your counterfactual statements?
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April 06, 2019, 12:18:47 AM

Coinbase CEO Names Three Things Crypto Needs for Mass Adoption

Brian Armstrong, CEO of major United States cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase,
believes that crypto mass adoption mostly depends on volatility, scalability and usability.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/coinbase-ceo-names-three-things-crypto-needs-for-mass-adoption

Thinking head. Cheesy

Take whatever the fuck Brian Armstrong has to say, about what bitcoin needs with a BIG ASS grain of salt.

The guy already has proven himself as an attack vector.. so he is lucky that his various attacks have NOT been successful in killing the golden goose that brought him to the dance (mixed metaphors, I know)
Didn't they get caught doing insider trading? Wasn't the SEC pissed? What happened to this shit?

No, No, and Nothing. There's no there, there.
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