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Question: Jan. 17 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (2.7%)
<$6500 - 5 (4.5%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 6 (5.4%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 8 (7.2%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 16 (14.4%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 25 (22.5%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (9%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 15 (13.5%)
>$9,500 - 23 (20.7%)
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June 03, 2019, 01:51:59 AM


P.S. I would not suggest any drugs in the party.

well, so much for that


Or maybe it's not misinformation and the Philippines aren't the best place for a party of degenerates anyway.
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If this little soiree is going to cost 400 fucking grand ...



Each?

A few seem to have settled on 10 grand a piece and 40 people. No idea why and it Weren't me. No, sir.
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June 03, 2019, 02:20:09 AM



If this little soiree is going to cost 400 fucking grand ...




No problem!


If the pattern continues:
The value of 1 Bitcoin would be over $400,000 with-in the next 10 years.


https://twitter.com/nebraskangooner/status/1134883968921362432
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June 03, 2019, 02:24:20 AM

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  if Satoshi wanted changes he would be adding them himself and the community would accept them or not.

If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Whether such exit was voluntary or forced may not matter too much, but after satoshi left, bitcoin was forced to develop without cult of personality of one individual or group and became the coin that it is today... not exactly stagnant, but had gone through a few battles, including attacks in 2017.. but also success in 2017 to accomplish segwit adoption and implementation that is still being built today from a community of smart peeps.

Otherwise, I agree with you, that if satoshi were to come back into the bitcoin picture (which seems quite unlikely since he left over 8 years ago), then the most logical way to contribute to bitcoin would be to make a proposal through the BIP process, which seems quite alive in bitcoinlandia...

The bolded is patently false, there are forces that cannot be controlled.

AFA conjectures if the entity satoshi returns I would postulate it would be a relaunch of a different design.

In essence, I am a bit confused about what you are asserting, here.

Seems that the most logical explanation regarding Satoshi is that he disappeared on purpose.

Furthermore, consistent with him (or they or whatever the fuck) leaving "on purpose" is that there would need to be absolutely compelling tragedy circumstances in order for him or they or whatever the fuck to revisit a seemingly earlier sound (and seemingly foolproof) decision and to come out of the closet.  In other words, the world and/or bitcoin better be the fuck on fire for such a justification, and neither the world nor bitcoin is anywhere near such compelling circumstances... and along those same lines of reasoning, there is absolutely nothing wrong with bitcoin and/or its progression (from a likely satoshi point of view), and if you really ponder the current circumstances of our bitcoin matter, it seems to be quite likely that bitcoin is progressing beyond (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) expectations (or at least within the parameters of "best case scenarios").

In other words, your response to my earlier comment seems to come off with a suggestion that any current satoshi thinking would more easily consider intervention into bitcoin based on a kind of ongoing concern about the level of brokenness of bitcoin than seems to be reasonably and logically inferable from actual facts and the current success level of bitcoin.

Sorry, I wasn't clear. What I meant was there is no way you can know that, ergo your premise is faulty so any conclusion you reach derived from that premise is by extension erroneous.
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June 03, 2019, 02:29:05 AM

Definitely not the States or Middle/South America or Africa or Asia or Russia or the Stans.

So Europe. Suggest mainland rather than an island for those who, for whatever reason, prefer not to fly and like the ability to leave at any time without anyone else's permission.

Portugal hasn't been mentioned, though it has stunning beaches, legal Jah Weed, and is used to visitors.

I'm okay with any first world location
. Somewhere near beaches or other tourist attractions (i.e. Paris) preferred.

I think you "anywhere but the US" guys are a little optimistic about the situation in most EU countries. Whatever you're afraid of the US government about, the EU is just as bad - a little better in some aspects, and a little worse in others.

I would choose MiddleEarth.
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June 03, 2019, 02:45:43 AM

If we can't put a decent party together for a couple of thousand bucks a head (assuming 75+ people), we would be doing it wrong.

If you want Don Perignon on tap it's an optional extra, but a decent party with accomodation and decent food sorted in the price, some entertainment etc is easily done.  Extras can be 'according to taste and desires' surely...

I used to work in the music business, I have a fair idea what a party for an upscale entourage costs. With or without extras.

Frankly, I think $1,000/person is pretty extravagant.
Live band, buffet and hor'douvres or however the fuck it's spelled, open bar, and security.

And by invitation only IMO - posting any details publicly results in de-invitation.
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June 03, 2019, 02:51:57 AM



If this little soiree is going to cost 400 fucking grand ...



Each?

A few seem to have settled on 10 grand a piece and 40 people. No idea why and it Weren't me. No, sir.


There was no settling and really the idea of charging a entrance fee is ludicrous. This is just low brow flights of fancy.

I think what we should really do is look into a pay per view type extravaganza with obstacle courses and medical teams on standby. I am sure the whole cost could be defrayed and the rest sent to a good charity.
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June 03, 2019, 02:52:20 AM

It was always going to be very impractical opsec-wise to have one huge party.
We're going to have to decentralise this thing.

I think you're right...

All of us getting together in one place and time that is publicly known (or that could leak) will create a huge BTC honey pot. We could then be abducted, tortured and have our BTC wrenched out of us! OUCH!

Most of us already are, or will soon be millionaires, some even billionaires... This is no joke! Gotta organize this thing very carefully...

I agree with your overall sentiment, and the point(s) that you are making, AlcoHolDL; however, I am going to quibble a bit with your assessment that "most of us already are, or will soon be millionaires."  To be or soon be a millionaire, most of us would need to have in the territory of 100 coins or assuming that a BTC price of $20k is imminent, then "most of us" would need to have 50 coins or more.  I have my doubts about that assessment, at least in terms of the "most" categorization.
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June 03, 2019, 03:00:57 AM

During such very sensitive period of the crypto market, of bitcoin, ups or downs are totally depends on sneeze of whales. Whenever whales  look into the sky and sneeze, bitcoin and market will move up; whenever whales look on the ground, and sneeze, bitcoin and market will move down.
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June 03, 2019, 03:05:30 AM

If you guys ever decide on The Philippines, I could host private security. (I'd need to pay my small special forces team a little bit more than usual.) @mic has been there sooo ... everyone who donates a little bit gets a bodyguard for the duration of your stay in the country and escort all the way from and to the airport.

We do have San Miguel Beer.

Sounds good...UNTIL
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P.S. I would not suggest any drugs in the party.

If I were to ever consider something like this I would need psychedelics. Cheesy


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Fucking Aye!
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yeah, that one is off the hook
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June 03, 2019, 03:15:21 AM
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Jimbo, this hat has no white-space around it.  It's a minor upgrade.




I'd be much obliged for the upgrade Homer. You're a gentleman and a scholar.

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June 03, 2019, 03:16:43 AM

It was always going to be very impractical opsec-wise to have one huge party.
We're going to have to decentralise this thing.

I think you're right...

All of us getting together in one place and time that is publicly known (or that could leak) will create a huge BTC honey pot. We could then be abducted, tortured and have our BTC wrenched out of us! OUCH!

Most of us already are, or will soon be millionaires, some even billionaires... This is no joke! Gotta organize this thing very carefully...

I agree with your overall sentiment, and the point(s) that you are making, AlcoHolDL; however, I am going to quibble a bit with your assessment that "most of us already are, or will soon be millionaires."  To be or soon be a millionaire, most of us would need to have in the territory of 100 coins or assuming that a BTC price of $20k is imminent, then "most of us" would need to have 50 coins or more.  I have my doubts about that assessment, at least in terms of the "most" categorization.
Maybe 1 btc will enter the milloinaire club within a few years. If that happens, maybe 2017 bitcoin dumping millionaires will end up hanging in the closet, because usd won't be worth shit.
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Jimbo, this hat has no white-space around it.  It's a minor upgrade.




I'd be much obliged for the upgrade Homer. You're a gentleman and a scholar.

 'Twas ever thus.



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+10 WOsMerit's


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Jimbo, this hat has no white-space around it.  It's a minor upgrade.




I'd be much obliged for the upgrade Homer. You're a gentleman and a scholar.

 'Twas ever thus.



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+10 WOsMerit's




 Thanks! That clip brings back memories.
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yeah, that one is off the hook

you were saying?   Roll Eyes



 Thanks! That clip brings back memories.
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Your art is improving sir. Thank you.

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Actually 2011 vintage, but who is counting.

Congrats on hitting that Jr. Member Milestone!

Try for full member by 100k plz
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June 03, 2019, 03:37:34 AM

I have trouble getting out of the US, might make it into Canada, the Caribbean would actually be the easiest to pull off for me.

Canada supposedly bans anyone from the US with a DUI from entering, but millions of brown people from 3rd world countries who they have no idea the history of is okay.
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