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Question: Dec. 14 Closing Price:
<$6,000 - 7 (10%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 3 (4.3%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 5 (7.1%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 7 (10%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 16 (22.9%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 11 (15.7%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 3 (4.3%)
>$9,000 - 18 (25.7%)
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 ^HODL and prepare for the next halving Wink

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^^^
WTF is all this BSV crap?

First we had BCH (a.k.a. Bcash LOL), with its lunatic "CEO", self-proclaimed pirate Rick Falkvinge (aye aye, captain!), and his "Letter from the CEO". For those who still haven't read this, I urge you to read it for a good laugh!



Supporters of this shitcoin include Jihan Wu, pictured below, together with his most famous quote, indicative of his deep wisdom and conviction to this project...



Another important and deeply influential supporter is Roger Ver, pictured below when challenged about Bcash. Arguably, his best performance to date:



Now we have BSV (Bitcoin "Satoshi's Vision"), with its lunatic Satoshi-wannabe Craig S. Wright... Pictured below, with his "trademark - patent pending" characteristic slanted mouth look. This guy means business, so don't you dare smile like that, or he will sue the hell out of you!



Not to mention the pedophile pervert Calvin Ayre, actively promoting and using his gambling earnings to support all of the above. Pictured below with his "colleagues", hard at work on the BSV protocol.



And what do the supporters of the above shitcoins do? Instead of starting their own threads, they come here to the WO thread and unload all their crap on us. They endlessly talk about scaling, and how the current block size is too small, failing to understand and accept that when the need comes, BTC's block size will be increased, and it will be done in a well-organised, carefully-planned and thoroughly-tested way. And the "need" is certainly not 2017's wave of spam attacks that were organised by some of the delusional characters above.

Add to this the PM-supporting cockr0ach, with his endless Nazi talking and ad infinitum repetitions of terms like Nash Equilibrium, Schelling Point, Exter's Pyramid etc. etc. You don't have to see who's posting, you can tell it's him, because he repeats the same stuff over and over. Even The Daily Stormer (his favourite news source) is accepting donations only in cryptocurrencies (BTC and Monero). Hey r0ach, you'd better write to Andrew Anglin and teach him about how evil BTC is (Schelling point, Nash equilibrium and all...) and ask him to accept donations in gold and silver. Well, he will have to disclose his postal address for this, so that's a bit of an issue, but hey...

It's coming to you guys... (Not so) slowly but surely...
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**blah blah blah lol BSV blah blah***

WTF is this, roach you finally found your calling, go get him, do us all a favor and troll him to death?

Welcome to my ignore list

It cost only around $6500 to create havoc on the BSV chain.

For bigblockers security is not so important Cheesy
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May 01, 2019, 10:31:59 AM

https://medium.com/@estebanrodriguez_29033/is-okex-scamming-their-users-and-loosing-their-transactions-16fea8505ecf

Okex is completely shoddy and probably selective-scamming its 'valued' customers.

Guess Star Xu needs some monies to buy up the finex IEO
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May 01, 2019, 10:36:08 AM

There was some interest in the antics of my neighbor and his 69 Camaro last year so I will offer an update.

His tech is scheduled for Saturday, it just came out of the garage for the first time this season and laid a solid 80 ft burnout in our alley.

All the cats in the neighborhood are in hiding.

Nice. How are the brakes?

brakes? those things again? excess weight when accelerating.

unless offroad, as then they do prove useful.

or pure electric drive, as you can use the regenerative capabilities to recover power for accelerating again.

sarcasm aside though. brakes and tires are far more important than any other mods that can be done. suspension and weight reduction are next. engine mods are last on my list. hopefully your neighbors too, at least to a point.

is suspect the cats have figured out camaros cant climb trees by now. thats what jeeps are for.

EDIT: seeing a later reply with more info, sounds like hes got a pretty sweet car there. i remember some posts about it from last year. always fun to have a gearhead nearby.
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**blah blah blah lol BSV blah blah***

WTF is this, roach you finally found your calling, go get him, do us all a favor and troll him to death?

Welcome to my ignore list

It cost only around $6500 to create havoc on the BSV chain.

For bigblockers security is not so important Cheesy

6500 is only an hour of attack, but the exchanges increased the time of deposits to 24 hours

But in general, you are right, advertising for BSV - it is also advertising and for BTC. I did not know before that BTC will can all this too in future
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https://twitter.com/Ben_Munster/status/1123508914308485120
https://decryptmedia.com/6834/craig-wright-faces-scrutiny-at-oxford-university
“I don’t need to face trolls in rooms!” he roared. “That’s why we have evidence . Here’s the thing, evidence ! We have courts, [and] you know what happens when you lie in a court, you know the maximum penalty in this country for perjury? About 20 years! Great, I’m going to be in court, prove it in court! You get to send me to jail for 20 years, I get to put my evidence and other people get to put theirs. That’s how real things work in the real world.”

Let's fucking hope.
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May 01, 2019, 10:59:07 AM

I always care about BTC price movements, as my bags are heavy with it. If there wasn't any upside for me in this advocacy, do you think I'd be taking the continued abuse?

And in point of truth, if you hadn't noticed, my attempts to gain recognition of the flaws within LN -- at the cost of crippled onchain capacity -- have nothing whatsoever to do with BCH nor SV, as neither of these chains suffer from anemic block size caps.

>says he's invested in BTC
>takes lame shots at BTC every chance he gets

The more breher speaks, the more I think hes a troll that lives in his mother's basement, and owns no crypto at all. Putting him on ignore. Its the healthiest option at this point. What does he actually contribute of value in terms of conversation? He can't absorb incoming information, only rehash tired rhetoric.

feel free to ignore him. i find he is a useful filter of information. ignores drama and fluff, only comments on technical stuff, with the chops to back up his views.

also as i still have some bitcoin cash from the btc/bcash_lol split (so by default abc and bsv, or whatever tickers those are under now as i havent moved them since those split), its useful to see what the "competition" is up to. as it just may effect btc price. although it sure doesnt seem to effect it much nowadays.
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People question why something is built a certain way. Sometimes only the creator knows why. https://twitter.com/justicemate/status/1123216578059726848?s=20
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*****PAASHAAS***** next week @ the Arena?? Shocked Shocked
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https://twitter.com/RedditBTC/status/1123525879919935489
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There was some interest in the antics of my neighbor and his 69 Camaro last year so I will offer an update.

His tech is scheduled for Saturday, it just came out of the garage for the first time this season and laid a solid 80 ft burnout in our alley.

All the cats in the neighborhood are in hiding.

Nice. How are the brakes?

brakes? those things again? excess weight when accelerating.

unless offroad, as then they do prove useful.

or pure electric drive, as you can use the regenerative capabilities to recover power for accelerating again.

sarcasm aside though. brakes and tires are far more important than any other mods that can be done. suspension and weight reduction are next. engine mods are last on my list. hopefully your neighbors too, at least to a point.

is suspect the cats have figured out camaros cant climb trees by now. thats what jeeps are for.

EDIT: seeing a later reply with more info, sounds like hes got a pretty sweet car there. i remember some posts about it from last year. always fun to have a gearhead nearby.

Always nice to discover the benefits of good tyres and limits of your suspension when your car sticks to the road but has suddenly developed a sway because you are going through the same corners 20 kmh faster.

Wilwood brakes look good.  Hadn't heard of them before.  Everyone around here swears by AP.
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2015 fractal reporting in.  Looks good from this height.



Bitcoin long/short ratio is at record lows.  In the middle of a run on the bank on Bitfinex.  How fucking dumb are these traders? 

See blue line on bronze chart which is ratio (grey line is volume).


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Technically, Bitcoin is permissioned, but I wouldn't consider it like that when you can pay cents on the dollar to ask for, and be granted permission by almost everyone else, especially if you're sending larger value with less data. These so called rent-seeking middlemen designed to centralize will fight each other (opposing centralization) to include your transaction.

They're miners, that's what they do, and that's their incentive to do it.
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Last edit: May 09, 2019, 04:58:56 PM by VB1001

There was some interest in the antics of my neighbor and his 69 Camaro last year so I will offer an update.

His tech is scheduled for Saturday, it just came out of the garage for the first time this season and laid a solid 80 ft burnout in our alley.

All the cats in the neighborhood are in hiding.

Nice. How are the brakes?

brakes? those things again? excess weight when accelerating.

unless offroad, as then they do prove useful.

or pure electric drive, as you can use the regenerative capabilities to recover power for accelerating again.

sarcasm aside though. brakes and tires are far more important than any other mods that can be done. suspension and weight reduction are next. engine mods are last on my list. hopefully your neighbors too, at least to a point.

is suspect the cats have figured out camaros cant climb trees by now. thats what jeeps are for.

EDIT: seeing a later reply with more info, sounds like hes got a pretty sweet car there. i remember some posts about it from last year. always fun to have a gearhead nearby.

This reminds me of my competition time.
- 1981 on Motorcycles
- 1989 on OffRoad
Amazing memories, some years have passed, although I'm still sitting on my ass in enough horsepower. Wink
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The monthly update:



In April we saw more green, very pleasing. The work is done, some Satoshis have been accumulated. I'm out to enjoy a spring walk with my dearest.

Enjoy the first of May, WOs! Smiley
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May 01, 2019, 11:34:58 AM

uman capital flight

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-30/millionaires-flee-their-homelands-as-tensions-rise-taxes-bite





https://twitter.com/TomOrlik/status/1123208539458146308
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https://twitter.com/ProgressBar201X/status/1123539562851180544

Go fast and let us start the 2020 bar Cheesy
Looking forward for that one....

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The monthly update:


In April we saw more green, very pleasing. The work is done, some Satoshis have been accumulated. I'm out to enjoy a spring walk with my dearest.

Enjoy the first of May, WOs! Smiley

We will do something similar Wink, its a yearly market, so gonna take a walk as well there Cheesy

Enjoy this extra Sunday as well .......
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