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May 10, 2019, 09:54:18 AM

Congressman Brad Sherman wants to outlaw cryptocurrencies.

He has been in office for 22 straight years. More than twice as long as Bitcoin has existed. Maybe we should outlaw lifelong politicians?!

Thankfully, Bitcoin will be around long after Mr. Sherman Smiley


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May 10, 2019, 10:03:54 AM
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May 10, 2019, 10:05:27 AM

Hi guys,

Just returned here to see pumpy gifs and memes. I hope you are all well

I humbly suggest you the Permabulls chat on Telegram.
Here we are indulging a little bit on Gif's and meme, there is the only topic and effort.


I'm on there all the time. I'm a regular with another username

Thought you had that amazing Arnold HAT .............

No Arnold hat. I did ask but had no response. I’m not sure I’m here often enough to be worthy of a hat.
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He's one of the first politicians to want rid of it for the 'right' reasons which is a teensy bit worrying, not that it'll get anywhere. It's not about Ponzis or drug dealing. It's about eating the dollar's role.

All of his objections are true. It's a powerful backhanded endorsement of its virtues.
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May 10, 2019, 10:12:37 AM

Hi guys,

Just returned here to see pumpy gifs and memes. I hope you are all well

I humbly suggest you the Permabulls chat on Telegram.
Here we are indulging a little bit on Gif's and meme, there is the only topic and effort.


I'm on there all the time. I'm a regular with another username

Thought you had that amazing Arnold HAT .............

No Arnold hat. I did ask but had no response. I’m not sure I’m here often enough to be worthy of a hat.



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May 10, 2019, 10:35:32 AM

Demand, Demand Everywhere

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May 10, 2019, 10:36:51 AM

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Tulips, fraud, ponzi scheme, dead... slow, inefficient and unreliable... volatile... And yet it threatens to "take power away from the USD"? Interesting.
I'm not the author, sourced somewhere from Reddit.  Smiley
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I would agree with that premise, of longer waves, but not to that extent. Looking at the whole long term chart, I estimate the peak-to-peaks of 2011-2013 and 2013-2017 being 30 months and 48 months respectively. That would indicate the next p-to-p be roughly 66 months ie 2017-2023 (June).

Its a long wait, but not considering the enormous amount of price work to be done:  the next peak could be upwards of 80k



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May 10, 2019, 10:50:55 AM

A New Crypto ETF Has Just Been Filed With the U.S. SEC

https://www.coindesk.com/a-new-crypto-etf-has-just-been-filed-with-the-u-s-sec

"The proposed ETF, posted by the SEC on May 9, was created by Crescent Crypto Index Services LLC, a subsidiary of Crescent Crypto Asset Management LLC, to track the performance of a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH).

Dubbed the USCF Crescent Crypto Index Fund (ticker symbol “XBET”), the ETF is sponsored by United States Commodity Funds LLC (USCF), which will invest XBET’s assets in the two portfolio cryptocurrencies."
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He's one of the first politicians to want rid of it for the 'right' reasons which is a teensy bit worrying, not that it'll get anywhere. It's not about Ponzis or drug dealing. It's about eating the dollar's role.

All of his objections are true. It's a powerful backhanded endorsement of its virtues.
+1 sMerit

The old man knows exactly what's going on!
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May 10, 2019, 10:54:03 AM

Another mini pump overnight.

We’re now close to double the price from the bottom at $32xx or whatever it was.


BULLISH!
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May 10, 2019, 11:15:52 AM

Another mini pump overnight.

We’re now close to double the price from the bottom at $32xx or whatever it was.


BULLISH!

Think we allready have doubled from there brother
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May 10, 2019, 11:19:24 AM

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I would agree with that premise, of longer waves, but not to that extent. Looking at the whole long term chart, I estimate the peak-to-peaks of 2011-2013 and 2013-2017 being 30 months and 48 months respectively. That would indicate the next p-to-p be roughly 66 months ie 2017-2023 (June).

Its a long wait, but not considering the enormous amount of price work to be done:  the next peak could be upwards of 80k

Bitcoin halve every 4 years. So cycle cant prolong. I mean of course one will be shorter then other, but they will not prolong with every next cycle. What will happen is that impact of halving will be weaker with every halving. If last time price went from $1200 to $20000 this time will not go 20000/1200=16.6 times up, but less.
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May 10, 2019, 11:25:09 AM

Well at least it’s a cut above Jew bashing and right wing-nut nonsense...

Goyim knowing intensifies:

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May 10, 2019, 11:48:19 AM

It looks like Lambie got it right with the baby-to-adult thing. He started talking about it long ago. IMO that's long enough to deserve some juicy title such as Bull Prophet or something.
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Max Keiser vs Peter Schiff video on Bitcoin vs Gold yesterday:  Max was all yapping away and Schiff said "Bitcoin isn't even a real commodity" and the Keiser froze like a deer in headlights thinking "dammit he's been talking to r0ach...".  He looked terrified as soon as that line came out.  Neither one of them debated very well on the subject, though.  I would destroy Keiser in a debate.  All it takes is one example to destroy all the strawmen of any digital shitcoiner:

What is money?  Everything that happens occurs on the axis of time.  The purpose of 'money' is to transfer value from the present to the future.  In order to do so, absolutely nothing qualifies as money unless it's a non-perishable commodity.  Bitcoin is neither a real commodity nor non-perishable.  It can implode and cease to exist at literally any second.  It can also fall out of favor or be replaced by some other coin and not be accepted.  This is why anything digital can be nothing more than a currency and not money.

Currencies, whether it's Delta Airline Miles, Chuck E Cheese tokens, or Bitcoins, have no value and they always return to exactly where they started from - zero.  As long as humans roam the earth, non-perishable, physical commodity money like silver, gold, and copper does not do this, which is why they're actual money and not currencies.  Currencies, which is what Bitcoin is, are ALL extremely perishable.
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May 10, 2019, 12:03:04 PM

Maybe we should outlaw lifelong politicians?!
Yes. It is a very sure way to get narcissists to rule over us.
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May 10, 2019, 12:12:07 PM

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