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Question: Oct. 5 Closing Price:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$8,000 - 38 (27%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 16 (11.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (7.1%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 13 (9.2%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 12 (8.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 10 (7.1%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 5 (3.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 2 (1.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (2.8%)
>$12,000 - 17 (12.1%)
>$20,000 - 9 (6.4%)
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June 16, 2019, 02:46:53 PM

Noggers are using that stupid "Let Go" app to stage ambush murder and robberies over petty amounts of money.  Kind of makes the idea of using Local Bitcoins completely insane:



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June 16, 2019, 02:47:18 PM

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Sorry for quoting Roach but it seems he's trying to follow his idol's advice:

"If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed." - Adolf Hitler

So this is clearly the reason he keeps repeating it all the time.  Grin
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June 16, 2019, 02:48:23 PM

It is reasonable to expect some pullback in July and August.  But I sure as hell would not short this market or try to sell local tops.

Growth right now is nutty. The last time we saw this kind of trajectory on the logarithmic and it didn't follow through with an order of magnitude jump was back in 2012.
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June 16, 2019, 02:52:16 PM

Well it's over 9000, which is of course impossible.

So what's the next hill to climb?

The first step is to touch 10000 (if we keep 10000, we go to the next step 11700)

Surely in 10000 many weak hands will cash, but the goal is 11700.

All this if there is no FUD or other shits.


Weekly resistance is around 9600, above that not much until 11k.


Though i personally believe 10k will be a big psycological hurdle.

5 digits zone, 50+% from ath etc pp.
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June 16, 2019, 02:52:41 PM

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Sorry for quoting Roach but it seems he's trying to follow his idol's advice:

"If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed." - Adolf Hitler

WRONG.  The "big lie" is the Bitcoin whitepaper itself.  A "peer to peer currency with no middlemen", except every transaction requires three or more parties AND government infrastructure to boot, so it's obviously not peer to peer, and each transaction also has built-in, rent seeking middlemen (transaction validators).  Then the transaction validators are designed to centralize too.  Virtually everything about the whitepaper is a lie.  It is YOU PEOPLE who are the big lie. 

A "peer to peer" transaction with no middlemen is NOT EVEN POSSIBLE using Bitcoin.  It's possible with real money, though - physical metals.
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June 16, 2019, 02:52:41 PM

It is reasonable to expect some pullback in July and August.  But I sure as hell would not short this market or try to sell local tops.

Growth right now is nutty. The last time we saw this kind of trajectory on the logarithmic and it didn't follow through with an order of magnitude jump was back in 2012.

Except, as much as I would love to see an order of magnitude jump, there are not enough historical data to assume it would be an anomaly if it didn't happen this time.

We will see....
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June 16, 2019, 02:56:02 PM

imaginary, valueless, digital shitcoins

Sorry for quoting Roach but it seems he's trying to follow his idol's advice:

"If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed." - Adolf Hitler

So this is clearly the reason he keeps repeating it all the time.  Grin

You can always give Roach  this cube
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June 16, 2019, 03:00:07 PM
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Weekly resistance is around 9600, above that not much until 11k.
Though i personally believe 10k will be a big psycological hurdle.

5 digits zone, 50+% from ath etc pp.

I really wouldn’t mind going sideways for a significant period now. I’m a bit uncomfortable with massive increases in price over a short time because it usually ends up ending badly.

Consolidation & low volatility for a few months now would be most welcome imo.

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Weekly resistance is around 9600, above that not much until 11k.
Though i personally believe 10k will be a big psycological hurdle.

5 digits zone, 50+% from ath etc pp.

I really wouldn’t mind going sideways for a significant period now. I’m a bit uncomfortable with massive increases in price over a short time because it usually ends up ending badly.

Consolidation & low volatility for a few months now would be most welcome imo.



This will happen! But when?

http://charts.woobull.com/bitcoin-nvt-signal/


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Build theories on:
History Repeat?
Technical analysis of a newborn product?
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June 16, 2019, 03:08:24 PM

You can always give Roach  this cube


Nice red herring cube that doesn't even include the main problems at all like having zero fundamentals from transaction validators being designed to centralize, or the completely illogical scaling issues where even if Lightning Network was a valid scaling solution (it's not), most of the coin supply would probably be stranded as dust with the cost of opening a channel higher than the value of the dust.  But that's an inherent terminal error of any of these high overhead, low performance, slavechain tracking system tokens.
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June 16, 2019, 03:09:41 PM

My parents had a 300ZX Z32 as well, awesome cars, horrible to work on under the hood however. I think their history of Z ownership (from the 240 all the way to 350) inspired my love of Jap cars too and lead to me owning an R33 GTR.

There's something about mid 90's to mid 00's Jap cars that hold a special place in my heart

I had a R32 GTR. Without a shadow of a doubt the most hateful vehicle I have ever possessed. Everything went wrong, it handled and braked like shit. The engine was incredible so some day I will place one in a Morris Minor and enjoy the sole bright spot that car had to offer.

Ideally I'd like to buy back that specific car so I can slowly cut it to pieces with tin snips but I think it got scrapped which made me smirk.

Sorry you had that experience! However the 32's are getting long in the tooth now and were always underbraked apart from the VSPEC2's that came with the Brembo brakes standard. But yes, the RB26 is a beautiful engine, second only to the 2JZ in my book. Hopefully if BTC keeps doing well I'll end up owning a 32 and 34 as well. Don't have as much love for the 35... I appreciate it but it's way more reliant on electronics than I like; but bloody fast!

My nephew is into the drifting scene and competes. He runs a Supra with over 700Bhp. The thing is crazy quick. Biggest cost is tyres. Easily chewing through 6 sets in a session.
I have owned a couple of "nice" cars. A Merc CLK 55 AMG, a C32 AMG and a Lotus Elise 111R.
Preferred the Mercs over the Lotus although the Lotus was fun on the windy stuff.
Also had a couple of bikes GSXR and a CBR but gave those up after realising that they are not meant for mowing grass!



No show off, but this was me I think 8 years back in time Cheesy I did love to drive...

-Still cars and bikes are big boys toys imo Smiley I think the car I enjoyed the most was 2-years back when I had a amg gt....
As I see many are into Merc in here damn at the moment having an English vehicle F-type Roll Eyes

I went on the back of a Ninja with a professional racer from Sicily, scared the fuck out of me. I couldn't walk after shaking legs.

It was like theres a bus, there was a bus. So fast!!!!


FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu%^^%%%%%%%%%6   Mummy!
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June 16, 2019, 03:14:01 PM

I had a 190 E too,

I'm more interested in a Japanese Turbo Nutters Barge these days.

Jap FTW!




Any particular flavor?  

Had 3 MR2's the 3rd one a MK3 with added turbo and intercooler oil cooler standalone ECU overbore sleved racebuilt engine forged everything etc. and the last was a Nissan 300zx Twin turbo, FAF!

*edit*  and if you meant the Merc, it was the racey one. Best ever looking Merc in my opinion

Nice. I like the look of the Mitsubishi GTO even if they are totally unloved by the public.

The MR2 sounds nuts.  A real sleeper.  Did you ever track it?  I bet it could hold its own against an Exige or Clubman which is saying something.

Coilovers etc. of course. So light and agile and precise. Black too.

Silly fast. Definite permagrin. Have a few magazines as momentos.

It was both, won the class at the drag strip, and won for looks on other days

Very missed now I instead have CHILDREN!   FS


Oh yeah I had to have a cluch specially made for it. Then it wheel spinned when you changed gears.   Horrific in traffic.  lol




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June 16, 2019, 03:16:45 PM

This week in crypto:

1. Facebook crypto details emerge
2. Binance launching US operation
3. @sqcrypto 1st hire is @moneyball
4. Iceland approve fiat on blockchain
5. Helium raises $15M Series C
6. Bitcoin still not dead Smiley

The virus is spreading 🔥
https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1139887465777569792

7. Vegeta memes back on track
8. 5-dig numbers in sight
9. r0ach been flagged by a respected member
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June 16, 2019, 03:17:44 PM

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Sorry for quoting Roach but it seems he's trying to follow his idol's advice:

"If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed." - Adolf Hitler

So this is clearly the reason he keeps repeating it all the time.  Grin


I believe he repeats it as a mantra, so that he can ignore reality to the best of his abilities.

He could solve his drama by just going away, but /pol/tards are know to be masochists who love their supposed oppressors.
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My nephew is into the drifting scene and competes. He runs a Supra with over 700Bhp. The thing is crazy quick. Biggest cost is tyres. Easily chewing through 6 sets in a session.
I have owned a couple of "nice" cars. A Merc CLK 55 AMG, a C32 AMG and a Lotus Elise 111R.
Preferred the Mercs over the Lotus although the Lotus was fun on the windy stuff.
Also had a couple of bikes GSXR and a CBR but gave those up after realizing that they are not meant for mowing grass!

Been there a few times! Smiley
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Bitcoin Grow without me! It is easier to him on 65 kilograms! And while I'm in DOTA2 play!
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June 16, 2019, 03:28:58 PM

Except, as much as I would love to see an order of magnitude jump, there are not enough historical data to assume it would be an anomaly if it didn't happen this time.

We will see....


True. Plus it seems insane. Smiley
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June 16, 2019, 03:29:19 PM

I had a 190 E too,

I'm more interested in a Japanese Turbo Nutters Barge these days.

Jap FTW!




Any particular flavor?  

Had 3 MR2's the 3rd one a MK3 with added turbo and intercooler oil cooler standalone ECU overbore sleved racebuilt engine forged everything etc. and the last was a Nissan 300zx Twin turbo, FAF!

*edit*  and if you meant the Merc, it was the racey one. Best ever looking Merc in my opinion

Nice. I like the look of the Mitsubishi GTO even if they are totally unloved by the public.

The MR2 sounds nuts.  A real sleeper.  Did you ever track it?  I bet it could hold its own against an Exige or Clubman which is saying something.

Watched too much the fast and the furious? Tongue

Im eying an audi sq5 right now, also pretty nice as a family car Cheesy

Yeah the SQ5 is impressive.  Really ought to carry an RS badge for the motor.  Twin turbo V6.  
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June 16, 2019, 03:29:35 PM

So umm I just hit my personal ATH as measured in fiat terms.  Just passed the 2017 peak.

Feels good man

Wow! You fucking doubled your BTC during the bear market?

Hat off Sir!

Not quite. I increased my BTC by about 62% by trading the bear market and then bought another 15% near the bottom with fresh fiat.  

Up a little bit today by longing the last dip with a dollar cost average of $8,000ish.  Depreciation of the local currency against US$ over the past year has done the rest of the doubling effect.  I am genuinely using Bitcoin as a store of value as the local peso loses its shit....

Strategy from here is simple.  Constantly long the dips for the next two years while keeping plenty of collateral in case of a flash crash.

I was a late starter so have a lot of ground to make up.
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June 16, 2019, 03:33:57 PM

My parents had a 300ZX Z32 as well, awesome cars, horrible to work on under the hood however. I think their history of Z ownership (from the 240 all the way to 350) inspired my love of Jap cars too and lead to me owning an R33 GTR.

There's something about mid 90's to mid 00's Jap cars that hold a special place in my heart

I had a R32 GTR. Without a shadow of a doubt the most hateful vehicle I have ever possessed. Everything went wrong, it handled and braked like shit. The engine was incredible so some day I will place one in a Morris Minor and enjoy the sole bright spot that car had to offer.

Ideally I'd like to buy back that specific car so I can slowly cut it to pieces with tin snips but I think it got scrapped which made me smirk.

Sorry you had that experience! However the 32's are getting long in the tooth now and were always underbraked apart from the VSPEC2's that came with the Brembo brakes standard. But yes, the RB26 is a beautiful engine, second only to the 2JZ in my book. Hopefully if BTC keeps doing well I'll end up owning a 32 and 34 as well. Don't have as much love for the 35... I appreciate it but it's way more reliant on electronics than I like; but bloody fast!

I test drove an R33 GTR. Nice car but the dealer was dodgy.  Odometer misaligned...

Do you find yourself attracting young men at the gas station instead of young ladies ?
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