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April 26, 2019, 01:19:55 AM

lol^

https://bitinfocharts.com/bitcoin/address/3D2oetdNuZUqQHPJmcMDDHYoqkyNVsFk9r
119,538.08825333 BTC
(620,117,960.62 USD)
wallet: Bitfinex-coldwallet

likely hot wallet now empty
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3JZq4atUahhuA9rLhXLMhhTo133J9rF97j
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April 26, 2019, 01:23:57 AM
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https://medium.com/@mathias_61938/the-man-behind-the-curtain-81ecf49fa339

According to this Erik Vorhees had an office across the corridor from Crypto Capital. This rabbit hole goes so deep that the real culprit will turn out to be YOU and you didn't even know it.
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April 26, 2019, 01:30:44 AM
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The 2014/15 fractal continues to break down as the price breaks upwards.  Bullish.  



Bullish indeed. I still think we test 4ks very soon, and then start a serious run for spectacular new yearly highs.  I see this 2015 fractal being outperformed to the upside a lot this year.

Reason being is that in 2015 we had no QE, and interest rates were kept at zero. This time in 2019 which is our repeat of 2015 so to speak in the four year halving cycle, and we have an increase in rates being halted, and QT is ending. Without QT and rising rates all of 2018 we would have never gotten as low as 3100 so the fractal represents a low in 2015 achieved without the tailwinds we had in 2018, and now that those tailwinds are alleviated, it makes perfect sense to outperform the fractal by a large amount. US stocks hit all time highs today, we are back in a full blown risk on environment, and no risk is better than Bitcoin.

USD is the global reserve currency until King Bitcoin takes his rightful throne, and its natural for interest rates and QE, QT, operation twist, etc to have major headwind and tailwind effects on the BTC/USD exchange rate.

The Money Printers are firing the printing presses with reckless abandon, ensuring the Bull Run will be glorious. With self destructing enemies like this, who needs friends.  Cheesy

130 days into the new Baby Bull Market and all is well.  Grin





So we tested 4ks and I doubt its over.  Seems likely we get to 4000-4200 range by the end of May. This is not a bad thing as that is the perfect launch pad to really push our way out of the 2015 fractal due to the money printing headwinds listed above. QT is still happening at 50 billion per month till September I believe, so the mega run should start around then and we break out of the fractal in spectacular fashion.

 To be a bit more specific I do think the fractal is our best reference for what will happen this cycle and when I say we break out of it, I really mean we create a similar fractal that is warped/distorted to the upside by a good bit. The basic gist of dicking around this year back and forth like 2015 and starting the explosive mega bull run at the end of the year is still the most likely route imo, just this time distorted to the upside vs last time.

TLDR- Big down next 30 days  Cry, really big up next 100 days.  Grin Really really really big up next few years.  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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April 26, 2019, 01:44:35 AM

Shit happens, but some folks are just begging for it. I'm sure a normal dose of, say, L, couldn't do that to a normal guy.
Depends. Most drugs affect the application layer of what makes you.... you. They make small changes that go away when rebooted. Pot and alcohol fall in this category.

A few affect the operating system that the thing called "you" runs on. They make more substantive changes in how you act and change a number of things that make you you. Good opiates fall in this category.

LSD and such twiddle around with your firmware or in some cases your microcode. They can change who you *are*, and can rewrite the thing your mental operating system runs on. Use with care.
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April 26, 2019, 01:53:07 AM

mmm..that blu cheese dip
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April 26, 2019, 02:07:50 AM

Speaking of dip.

BTC crashed to $5,000 from $5,500 today, so I cashed in some free Stellar Lumens for some BTC Dip.
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April 26, 2019, 02:34:58 AM

Shit happens, but some folks are just begging for it. I'm sure a normal dose of, say, L, couldn't do that to a normal guy.
Depends. Most drugs affect the application layer of what makes you.... you. They make small changes that go away when rebooted. Pot and alcohol fall in this category.

A few affect the operating system that the thing called "you" runs on. They make more substantive changes in how you act and change a number of things that make you you. Good opiates fall in this category.

LSD and such twiddle around with your firmware or in some cases your microcode. They can change who you *are*, and can rewrite the thing your mental operating system runs on. Use with care.
I don't know anything about opiates (don't care for addictive substances or anything that you could die from), but what LSD does is create new neurons as well as new connections between neurons (which is why some experience synesthesia under the influence).
It's pretty much what happens when you learn new things and also why it's so powerful in treating depression by breaking up bad habits (or thought patterns) through the creation of new ones.

This can go out of control if you take retarded amounts in retarded environments and situations, but responsibly (low dose, no mental issues, physically and mentally healthy, not on medication, no combination with other drugs etc.) this isn't just harmless but can also be a very useful tool.

One time I used small doses to study and the results were pretty remarkable. You can go much deeper than you ever could hope to in a sober state, although it's very easy to "overdose" in the sense that you'd be too busy staring at random stuff and going off on tangents instead of focusing on your task.





Speaking of dips, eating a snack just made me extremely hungry. Thanks body.



Holy fucking volatility Jesus.
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April 26, 2019, 02:47:23 AM

https://twitter.com/whalecalls/status/1121604682273689600
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April 26, 2019, 02:50:52 AM

^Yow "RED trust queen" get yourself a HAT  Tongue

XhomerX can make something with cats and red I guess Cheesy
I could, yes. Where is my 4k HAT?

 I'm on it.
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April 26, 2019, 03:03:03 AM

BitFinx responds: https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/356

Confirms that a ton of money is at least "tied up".
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BitFinx responds: https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/356

Confirms that a ton of money is at least "tied up".

"seized and safeguarded"

By who?

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April 26, 2019, 03:15:01 AM

BitFinx responds: https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/356

Confirms that a ton of money is at least "tied up".

"seized and safeguarded"

By who?




Crap...this does not bode well for BTC price...
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April 26, 2019, 03:30:09 AM

In crypto there are only 2 proper networks available:


What about lightning network?  Doesn't that count as something to be specified, even though it is a sub-category of bitcoin?
There is a lightning network on mainnet, and a separate lightning network on testnet. It exists as part of the relevant chain not as a different category. Please don't spread this confusion.

I was not spreading anything.  I was asking a question, which you seemed to have clarified the framework, except for an implication that I am spreading anything.   Tongue Tongue   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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When they pay for it! Cheesy

If there was an additional tax for each children you have instead of social benefits maybe they would have a second thought... or maybe not Sad

It's also ironical that the same people that complain there are not enough jobs are the ones making new babies... for which they can't even provide basic education and life advice.

Paying for other people to breed has always turned my stomach, that is one of the biggest faults of governments.

If you can't afford them don't fucking spit them out!


That's exactly what I am saying.

I don't really understand why I do have pay additional taxes for each property I have and children are not only not taxed but in some cases even have tax benefits. It just doesn't make any sense. Rewarding irresponsibility...


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Confirms that a ton of money is at least "tied up".


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April 26, 2019, 03:35:44 AM

I don't know anything about opiates (don't care for addictive substances or anything that you could die from), but what LSD does is create new neurons as well as new connections between neurons (which is why some experience synesthesia under the influence).
It's pretty much what happens when you learn new things and also why it's so powerful in treating depression by breaking up bad habits (or thought patterns) through the creation of new ones.

This can go out of control if you take retarded amounts in retarded environments and situations, but responsibly (low dose, no mental issues, physically and mentally healthy, not on medication, no combination with other drugs etc.) this isn't just harmless but can also be a very useful tool

One time I used small doses to study and the results were pretty remarkable. You can go much deeper than you ever could hope to in a sober state, although it's very easy to "overdose" in the sense that you'd be too busy staring at random stuff and going off on tangents instead of focusing on your task.
That's kind of my point: LSD and such have the ability to change a lot more than mood or mere behaviors. It has the ability to literally rewire your brain at the hardware/microcode level and change who you are. I know this because I have diaries and baselines before and after from many years ago. Real change, radical change. The kind of change that can cure an alcoholic, that kind of change.

Which can be done for good, but our brains run pop up blockers and malware software for a reason: To keep crap from getting embedded in our minds. LSD goes right around that stuff, and can lay your brain open to anyone with access. That's dangerous as fuck.

5MEO-DMT is similar stuff in some ways, but doesn't seem to have the time to rewrite the hardware.

That said, I can't believe another **ERROR*** no it just turns out Bitfinex is in a pissing match with SEC.
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blackle.com used to be a good solution. Looks, however, that they have not implemented https tho.

Hmm maybe I'll try that. Thanks
It should work nicely with the https everywhere chrome extension.
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April 26, 2019, 03:54:33 AM

BitFinx responds: https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/356

Confirms that a ton of money is at least "tied up".

"seized and safeguarded"

By who?

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purported $850 million “loss” at Crypto Capital. On the contrary, we have been informed that these Crypto Capital amounts are not lost but have been, in fact, seized and safeguarded. We are and have been actively working to exercise our rights and remedies and get those funds released. Sadly, the New York Attorney General’s office seems to be intent on undermining those efforts to the detriment of our customers.

Bitfinex used tether reserves to mask $850 million loss of client funds from 2018. Finex respons is a little bit sketchy.



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