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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3.1%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.6%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.7%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.6%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.5%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 7 (10.8%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.7%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.5%)
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June 09, 2019, 02:21:04 PM

The Price Of BitCoin Is Hard To Predicate!!!

Thanks for this in depth analysis, anything else you could add to educate us?
Your cutting edge TA is something we could all learn from.

You could sell out conferences, people would pay to listen to your chart analysis & price projections.

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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June 09, 2019, 02:24:43 PM


I've seen every iteration/version of that vid like a million times and still to this day, I lmfao every time I click on it...thanx bro!
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June 09, 2019, 03:16:31 PM

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please come back

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June 09, 2019, 03:18:47 PM

The Price Of BitCoin Is Hard To Predicate!!!

The next 24 hours are Critical!

meh.....old guy ranting in forums...buy some...the price will spike up immediately...see the problem solved...

(wanders off mumbling to self old guy sayings like: In the 'old' days of '013' a pump damn it was a pump....10x..bah...you young'ins today...phhhhh..)

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June 09, 2019, 03:20:07 PM
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In relation to what was being discussed earlier: CSW has put a deadline of around 2020 to hack Paul Le Roux's coins and dump on the market, yet, there's no reason to believe this. Why would he be so sure that he is going to crack a hard disk encrypted with probably cascaded algorithms and a very strong password at any given date? Supposedly his mining operation is actually a farm of computers trying to crack the wallet file, but even then, there's no way to really know when you could bruteforce it. Anyone that has attempted to bruteforce strong passwords with those algorithms has failed. I've forgotten passwords and I already assumed it's pointless to try to access the data again.
Not to mention the huge fail that would be if Paul had additional encryption once the first password is broken which I don't doubt since he was a very paranoid man.

And this is all assuming that any of this is true (Paul Calder being satoshi, having 1.000.000 BTC and whatnot, and not just being more cover up lunacy by Craig to avoid the aussie taxmen, keep his shitcoin on the headlines etc).
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June 09, 2019, 03:31:22 PM
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The Price Of BitCoin Is Hard To Predicate!!!

The next 24 hours are Critical!

meh.....old guy ranting in forums...buy some...the price will spike up immediately...see the problem solved...

(wanders off mumbling to self old guy sayings like: In the 'old' days of '013' a pump damn it was a pump....10x..bah...you young'ins today...phhhhh..)

Youre exactly right... When's the last time you saw a top 100 coin move 1000% in a day? Pepperidge Farms remembers...

I remember when a dime bag used to cost a dime.

Know how much condoms used to cost? Me neither, we never used em.
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June 09, 2019, 03:56:50 PM
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In relation to what was being discussed earlier: CSW has put a deadline of around 2020 to hack Paul Le Roux's coins and dump on the market, yet, there's no reason to believe this. Why would he be so sure that he is going to crack a hard disk encrypted with probably cascaded algorithms and a very strong password at any given date? Supposedly his mining operation is actually a farm of computers trying to crack the wallet file, but even then, there's no way to really know when you could bruteforce it. Anyone that has attempted to bruteforce strong passwords with those algorithms has failed. I've forgotten passwords and I already assumed it's pointless to try to access the data again.
Not to mention the huge fail that would be if Paul had additional encryption once the first password is broken which I don't doubt since he was a very paranoid man.

And this is all assuming that any of this is true (Paul Calder being satoshi, having 1.000.000 BTC and whatnot, and not just being more cover up lunacy by Craig to avoid the aussie taxmen, keep his shitcoin on the headlines etc).

I think this is just FUD started by one comment on a topic in reddit. Some 'informed' guy suggested that nonsense in 2018 clearly to cause a dump. He stated that CW will receive Kleiman's keys to his shares in Jan 2020 and by then he has to crack the hard drive he supposedly stole from Paul Le Roux, so that he may prove he is Satoshi. But another user corrected this misinformation by citing Kleman's will that CW would get the keys of the shares that belong to Kleiman in 2020 OR 15 months after his death. These months passed a long time ago, CW got the shares and I guess this is the reason why Kleman's family sues CW. So even CW breaks the code it will prove nothing, since he has the shares already. Regarding the possible breaking, it won't worth it. The coins are stored in multiple wallets with little amount each (It was like 50BTC each but I am not sure) , so breaking 1 of them won't bring him a fortune, nor it will prove he is Satoshi. And it will cost him dearly in terms of electricity only. True Crypt is a tough nut to crack, even with thousands asics it will take decades if not centuries for just one wallet to crack.
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June 09, 2019, 04:04:42 PM

ritish computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a proposal for a revolutionary idea which would connect other computer scientists as they went about their work. As he realised the potential of this creation, he decided to give it to the world for free – making him perhaps the greatest unsung hero in the history of the world.


Sigh. Lee wasn't that great. By this I mean there were other systems we were using on NeXTs and the like in the late 80's including Gohperspace, WAIS, Archie, and Veronica. What HTTP/Web brought to the picture was embedded images, which really allowed porn to take off.

And the rest was history.
It's always about the porn.
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June 09, 2019, 04:08:58 PM
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... True Crypt is a tough nut to crack, even with thousands asics it will take decades if not centuries for just one wallet to crack.

This is all true, but there is an interesting corollary in play as well.

While very improbable, the chances of cracking a wallet are non-zero, so with every unit time that passes without CSW producing a Satoshi key said produced key becomes less convincing as actual proof of being Satoshi.

I think we can accept as a given that if Wright had access to such keys he would have used them long since.
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June 09, 2019, 04:12:04 PM

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Hey congrats on joining the Livecoin family my man! Looks like my little tip for you might have paid off, quite literally.

I'm trying to diversify my posting a bit and heading into less-traveled areas, but it's rough. Theres a near infinite amount of shit to wade through out there, before finding something worth commenting on.
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June 09, 2019, 04:12:38 PM
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You guys are wasting your time with that LeRoux crap
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June 09, 2019, 04:16:56 PM

@Searing
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Hey congrats on joining the Livecoin family my man!

What is this?
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June 09, 2019, 04:18:21 PM

If Paul Le Roux is really Satoshi, then Satoshi's wallet is in the hands of the CIA, and they probably already have the password, which could be obtained through torture.
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June 09, 2019, 04:19:54 PM

If Paul Le Roux is really Satoshi, then Satoshi's wallet is in the hands of the CIA, and they probably already have the password, which could be obtained through torture.

So obviously he isn't.
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June 09, 2019, 04:22:25 PM

Where's da Sunday pomp?  Cool



Damn that F***er just really did that Roll Eyes
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June 09, 2019, 04:23:31 PM

@Searing

Hey congrats on joining the Livecoin family my man! Looks like my little tip for you might have paid off, quite literally.

I'm trying to diversify my posting a bit and heading into less-traveled areas, but it's rough. There's a near infinite amount of shit to wade through out there, before finding something worth commenting on.

Edit: Had to hang up my WO Hat. That hurt.

Seems I can be 'bought'. A little dancing, some wine and flowers, romance and looks like I'm an easy lay. Sad

Tell me about it. Going thru ASIC withdrawal...got a 'dubious' Bitmain S9i for home mining (with a funky jet engine looking silencer off eBay) and a guy sent me an Avalon 821 for $35

with a tip from Canada...for the heck of it. (I think I must have helped him sometime in the past) Smiley Sh*t to play within the basement for no particular reason or common sense.

Thus, was a lot more stuff to talk about when I had HARDWARE (ack! withdrawal) back in the day.

Then again, this sure beats the low of $3,200 BTC within the last year! (I was despondent) Sad
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Hey congrats on joining the Livecoin family my man!

What is this?

Dont know if he's seen it yet, but he just got accepted to the Livecoin signature campaign, which is probably the 3rd most lucrative sig campaign out there. Livecoin is an exchange btw.

Edit: he did see it. And I concur. Hanging up my hat did hurt. But not in the pocketbook.

If Paul Le Roux is really Satoshi, then Satoshi's wallet is in the hands of the CIA, and they probably already have the password, which could be obtained through torture.

You guys are wasting your time with that LeRoux crap
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June 09, 2019, 04:28:29 PM

You guys are wasting your time with that LeRoux crap

Yeah, but not as much time as scrolling past JJG's screeds.
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June 09, 2019, 04:29:42 PM


https://twitter.com/Dr_Yilmaz_PhD/status/1137457734138433536

Sweet sweet HOPIUM, always good on a small DIP Cheesy
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June 09, 2019, 04:31:20 PM

@Searing
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Hey congrats on joining the Livecoin family my man!

What is this?

Dont know if he's seen it yet, but he just got accepted to the Livecoin signature campaign, which is probably the 3rd most lucrative sig campaign out there. Livecoin is an exchange btw.

If Paul Le Roux is really Satoshi, then Satoshi's wallet is in the hands of the CIA, and they probably already have the password, which could be obtained through torture.



Only 2 signature campaigns left of any note, IMHO. Livecoin and ChipMixer. There are no openings ever on Chipmixer, unless you have massive stats, like 93+ trust, etc. I was kinda

told. (Joking I hope). All the other campaigns now seem to be based on Gambling, and even I won't shill to gamble in the gambling threads, I think maybe some of those people don't

need encouragement. Just saying. Doubt ANY of the gambling threads are legal in the USA anyway. Most, I've looked at (to find out on their page about the signature campaign)

Some? Most? I hear block out USA IP's. (Is that really possible?) Anyway, not interested anyway in such campaigns. So anyway, we will see how it goes. Maybe all signature campaigns

will eventually 'fade' away and only the gambling versions will remain. Seems the trend.

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