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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
Total Voters: 63

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June 02, 2019, 09:34:44 PM

Alright since everyones lost their damn mind on this party here's my suggestion.

UK, London (this could be changed)

Rent out a pub near the Guardian office, open bar, maybe some UK chav sluts, whatever. Open bar, easy peasy.

Use an invite system or just date based.

Why? English speaking country and we all know everyone here speaks English, it has relevance to Bitcoin with the Genesis Block.
We have a lot of Euro boys who could get their easy, us America have no issue getting in the UK, reading shits easy blah blah blah, we won't get murdered by cops (fuck they don't even have guns) it's all a good idea.

Keep things organized and easy, yachts are not easy, 10k is fucking stupid entry fee, fuck all that.

Find a hotel near the pub where everyone stays at and we can all help each other not die in the streets from alcohol poisoning.

Keep it simple boys and you have an actual shot of it happening.
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June 02, 2019, 09:38:03 PM

Here one of the options for a venue: https://www.luxuryretreats.com/vacation-rentals/r/24231229?federated_search_session_id=5ace9c27-ba1c-4e03-9397-883f2852c549&guests=18&adults=18&sl_alternate_dates_exclusion=true

Just a little bit bigger perhaps? 30-40 guests?
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June 02, 2019, 09:40:27 PM

First point out a staff of 2—-4 people to be making of start and who can always Ask question and take there conclusion based on that....
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June 02, 2019, 09:43:02 PM
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Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.
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June 02, 2019, 09:43:35 PM

Btw almost HODLsleep time in a new unfamiliar bed ..... hope it HODLs along with me!

That Said BTC at 8704

So 93,296$ to the 100K event gogo (we BTC’ers are planning good on time ) Cheesy
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June 02, 2019, 09:44:42 PM

Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.
You're missing out on the fun that is a virtual cap.
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June 02, 2019, 09:45:40 PM

Reopening my Bitmex account...  

Going to start very slowly scaling into long positions, trying to buy the dips.  Hopefully we will have some nice fat dips over the next 3 months.
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June 02, 2019, 09:46:53 PM

Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.

Solid reply. Welcome to the visible side of the WO.
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June 02, 2019, 09:46:54 PM

$10K??!?

It's not for the money (not at $100K/BTC) but if I have to shell out $10K for a party I hope that at least covers an helicopter transport directly from my doorstep + private jet for the long haul + helicopter to the party place terrace. Otherwise I would feel more scammed than if I had bought those Bitconnect tokens.

Really, if you need to spend tens of thousands of dollars to party you donno how to party.

Can we at least agree that whomever feels like pays for his own drugs, whores and extravagances as an optional extra?

No way I am going to spend in the $100K party entrance more than 1 thousandth of my net worth. I am poor... but proud.

Also, it is starting to seem as if there will be not one but multiple $100K party locations... Maybe 1 in USA, one in EUR and one in some exotic island? Don't need to go all in in just one party.

Do you even follow us?

The negotiations started from $50k/person. Thanks to me and my haggling skills I lowered it to $10k. Be grateful.


One day possible $50k it is dream Bitcoin lover, but another think $10k possible soon  Smiley
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June 02, 2019, 09:47:15 PM

Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.

Your post contains value as same time it contains sh*t, come on who wouldn’t like a community HAT Made by a highly respected community BTC’er ..... XhomerX10

And the WO-thread is where we are human again!
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June 02, 2019, 09:47:43 PM

Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.

Solid reply. Welcome to the visible side of the WO.

Welcome to the light side. 

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And the WO-thread is where we are human again!

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June 02, 2019, 09:54:27 PM

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Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.

Your post contains value as same time it contains sh*t, come on who wouldn’t like a community HAT Made by a highly respected community BTC’er ..... XhomerX10

And the WO-thread is where we are human again!

I don't even have an avatar after 6 years...
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Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.

Solid reply. Welcome to the visible side of the WO.

Welcome to the light side. 


Actually 2011 vintage, but who is counting.
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"Localbitcoins Removes In-Person Cash Trades Forcing Traders to Look Elsewhere"

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On June 1, cryptocurrency enthusiasts were shocked to hear that the peer-to-peer exchange Localbitcoins has ceased offering in-person cash trades. According to a few users, all pending fiat trades have been canceled, leaving local traders who prefer cash high and dry and forced to seek other avenues.

http://www.xbt.money/localbitcoins-removes-in-person-cash-trades-forcing-traders-to-look-elsewhere/

Holy fucking shit!!!!!!

I had not even realized that this change had taken place.

There must be some kind of investigation and/or harassment of the local bitcoin's administrators to cause them to go down such an extreme path in such a short period of time.

First, within the past 6 months or so, they had begun to require additional information to be provided to them through the deployment of further AML/KYC requirements, and some of us Local bitcoin users likely complied with those seemingly draconian changes, and then they went a step further (most recent changes), with even more severe (seemingly draconian measures)...

Gotta be something BIG going on with them behind the scenes.

By the way, when I read this article, and as I drafted my response post, I decided to go to my LocalBitcoin's account to see what was going on, and I saw that my advertisements had been deactivated, and it even appears that they had reduced my ability to create advertisements, and I could not figure out what was going on.  I looked to see whether they had created some kind of notice or message, and I could not see any kind of explanation or disclosure whatsoever.  

Made me nervous, so I decided to withdraw all of my BTC.  I mean, what is the purpose of keeping coins there if there seems to be absolutely no way to use their exchange, except to go through some kind of bank (or money service) transfer with any potential contacts?  

All of this seems quite sad for anyone who may have built a decent reputation on such service.  I will keep my account for a bit of time and monitor whether they might change back to some version of their previous service or maybe they will send out some kind of explanation regarding what is going on that will sufficiently clarify the seeming change of their past practice.  

Seems like this local bitcoin's change is going to inspire the generation of some new services to possibly fulfill such a hole that seems to have been created by such a previously popular service.... also, could be interesting to see whether this is a world-wide change or whether the change only affects certain kinds of customers.. geographically identified or otherwise identified?
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And the WO-thread is where we are human again!


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"Localbitcoins Removes In-Person Cash Trades Forcing Traders to Look Elsewhere"

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On June 1, cryptocurrency enthusiasts were shocked to hear that the peer-to-peer exchange Localbitcoins has ceased offering in-person cash trades. According to a few users, all pending fiat trades have been canceled, leaving local traders who prefer cash high and dry and forced to seek other avenues.

http://www.xbt.money/localbitcoins-removes-in-person-cash-trades-forcing-traders-to-look-elsewhere/

Holy fucking shit!!!!!!

I had not even realized that this change had taken place.

There must be some kind of investigation and/or harassment of the local bitcoin's administrators to cause them to go down such an extreme path in such a short period of time.

First, within the past 6 months or so, they had begun to require additional information to be provided to them through the deployment of further AML/KYC requirements, and some of us Local bitcoin users likely complied with those seemingly draconian changes, and then they went a step further (most recent changes), with even more severe (seemingly draconian measures)...

Gotta be something BIG going on with them behind the scenes.

By the way, when I read this article, and as I drafted my response post, I decided to go to my LocalBitcoin's account to see what was going on, and I saw that my advertisements had been deactivated, and it even appears that they had reduced my ability to create advertisements, and I could not figure out what was going on.  I looked to see whether they had created some kind of notice or message, and I could not see any kind of explanation or disclosure whatsoever.  

Made me nervous, so I decided to withdraw all of my BTC.  I mean, what is the purpose of keeping coins there if there seems to be absolutely no way to use their exchange, except to go through some kind of bank (or money service) transfer with any potential contacts?  

All of this seems quite sad for anyone who may have built a decent reputation on such service.  I will keep my account for a bit of time and monitor whether they might change back to some version of their previous service or maybe they will send out some kind of explanation regarding what is going on that will sufficiently clarify the seeming change of their past practice.  

Seems like this local bitcoin's change is going to inspire the generation of some new services to possibly fulfill such a hole that seems to have been created by such a previously popular service.... also, could be interesting to see whether this is a world-wide change or whether the change only affects certain kinds of customers.. geographically identified or otherwise identified?

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June 02, 2019, 10:05:56 PM

Would this 100k party be open to anyone willing to pay the attendance fee? Can we prevent access to certain people not meeting a certain criteria? We don't want shitcoiners or who knows some undercover marketers attending.
Wait, who the fuck are you?
I might not be an active poster on this thread, but I surely read a lot of it, although it includes some scanning as lots of it is of little value. I come here to read and feel normal again. I can relate to what the posters on here are going through.

I might not care for making thousands of posts to get some imaginary forum ranking or feel the need to be one of the guys by having some virtual cap to wear, but I still feel like I have experienced what most here went through as part of the bitcoin journey we all share.

Your post contains value as same time it contains sh*t, come on who wouldn’t like a community HAT Made by a highly respected community BTC’er ..... XhomerX10

And the WO-thread is where we are human again!

I don't even have an avatar after 6 years...
Well the hat life chose use we didn't choose it, what's your hobby or something you thinks neat and go from there or are you too low of a rank for an avatar still?
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Be more on the light side .... a HAT Will follow soon .... 100 merit few activity and boom Cheesy

For an OG account it Will not be to difficult.
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