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13. nutildah wrote something, plz CHECK
JSRAW, you're good.
Have my last.

Nutildah, you're good.
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July 09, 2019, 02:27:04 AM

Is Bitcoin dead again?

It's all over. He's kaput.

On a serious note, at what price point can hats be replaced for crowns? 50K? Tongue

Yes. At 50k we all get crowns.
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July 09, 2019, 02:28:34 AM

I'm an impartial messenger.

Quote from: Shelby
Bitcoin is a govt[powers-that-be who control the nations behind the curtain] created scam to try and distract people from real money (physical metals) and trick them into a digital only, cashless society slavery system.

Actually by now I can agree with you on this point and conclude this is very likely true:

Facebook’s Libra + Bitcoin + Trump + Israel = 666 Orwellian Dystopia

The Rogue Wave

Yet the move away from gold is very natural at this time, because of the advent of the Internet. Gold is archaic because its mass is attached when it’s transacted. Whereas PoW cryptocurrencies’ mass (the miners’ equipment) is detached enabling new paradigms in trustlessness, permissionlessness, and transaction efficiencies.

Yet ASIC mining is a problem because it can likely be cornered by the elite. Later after all the minions are kicked off Bitcoin (by the premeditated Core BitcOn-job Trojan Horse), Libra is a global medium-of-exchange backed by the real Bitcoin, the global elite might be in the position to potentially turn the PoW in Bitcoin into a permissioned system controlled by the Antichrist.

I think it is fair/honest/honorable/open-minded that we must recognize when @realr0ach has made a point which could possibly be true. Otherwise, groupthink gridlock is a very deleterious state of politics.
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July 09, 2019, 02:35:20 AM

Is Bitcoin dead again?

It's all over. He's kaput.

On a serious note, at what price point can hats be replaced for crowns? 50K? Tongue

Yes. At 50k we all get crowns.

 I like it Smiley
Guess I'd best get on it!
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July 09, 2019, 02:36:15 AM

I'm sad that I missed the discussion about bimbos and fake tits. That's the reason I come to this thread.
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July 09, 2019, 02:58:11 AM

^ the PzKpfw VI Ausf. E are a nice touch

Panzerkampfwhifflin?

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July 09, 2019, 03:07:13 AM
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Good overview with interesting insights at how the IRS is trying to tackle crypto holders.

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I recently got hold of a presentation given to special agents in the IRS Criminal Investigation division that discussed investigating taxpayers who hold crypto. I went through all of the 181 horribly formatted slides (attached for reference haha) and here's what I learned...
https://twitter.com/CryptoTaxGirl/status/1148370517415456768
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July 09, 2019, 03:11:21 AM

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Hmm....seems like I'd do that too...If I could get BTC priced at $900 worth of BTC instead of about 1/2 from mt. gox.

The fortress folk is just doing this to get 'massive quantities' of BTC at a double price buy as to get by without blowing up the Bitcoin Price on the 'real market'?

That is the reason right, or am I missing something obvious instead...and then going to take that 'hoard' and go 'Long Term HODL' as a speculative play?

So how legit? is this?

 I guess maybe it depends on when mt. gox pays you 1/2 of whatever they are offering huh? Soon or next year?

anyway, befuddled and wondering

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July 09, 2019, 03:19:09 AM

Sorry Virgin nocoiners, if you dont understand the run to 100k in 90 days  Cheesy Chad aint got time to explain it to you more than once.

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July 09, 2019, 03:21:00 AM

Good overview with interesting insights at how the IRS is trying to tackle crypto holders.

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I recently got hold of a presentation given to special agents in the IRS Criminal Investigation division that discussed investigating taxpayers who hold crypto. I went through all of the 181 horribly formatted slides (attached for reference haha) and here's what I learned...
https://twitter.com/CryptoTaxGirl/status/1148370517415456768

good god

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July 09, 2019, 03:22:25 AM

I must reveal that this moment feels a bit weird.

We are a bit more than $1k from the All Year High, and there is a kind of feeling that the AYH is right around the corner, that it is a kind of given, that it is currently being tested - even while there remains another $1k to go.

Isn't that strange?   As the price gets higher and higher, $1k changes become smaller and smaller percentages, and that quantity of price, just kind  of whizzes by.  Just today, we already had more than a $1k change in price in the UPwards direction.  Go figure.
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July 09, 2019, 03:24:26 AM

I suppose once Bitfinex ppl are in jail then they'll need another way to pump it.

My only guess as to how Giancarlo and the rest of the criminal scammers at Bitfinex aren't in jail is that the kikes at Goldman Sachs, US govt, & ESF just use it as a front to rig the price upwards to try and distract people from physical metals and attempt to bait and switch them into a digital only, cashless society, slavery system.  Bitfinex is just Enron levels of fraud and there's no way possible it could go on this long without government rubberstamping it.
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg51746913#msg51746913
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July 09, 2019, 03:35:46 AM

Good overview with interesting insights at how the IRS is trying to tackle crypto holders.

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I recently got hold of a presentation given to special agents in the IRS Criminal Investigation division that discussed investigating taxpayers who hold crypto. I went through all of the 181 horribly formatted slides (attached for reference haha) and here's what I learned...
https://twitter.com/CryptoTaxGirl/status/1148370517415456768

good god



Yeah, SEC was called by my bank in 2013 because Bitcoin was 'evil' in 2013, don't ya know. I went thru the above, linked .pdf paper above.

I'm legal as hell on mining, etc. Saw nothing that would worry me, unless they start a 'pool' to do random audits out of, ahem, simply crypto returns that is. That would suck!

So hell, at least there is that, my own CPA and everything trained since 2013 on the IRS guidelines. They got lots of 'tax $$$' out of my 'legit efforts'

So yeah, no issues. But then again, I'm like a 'tame' goat. Never had a chance to run free and break tax laws. This bank fiasco made me legal as hell 5 months

after getting into bitcoin mining. So maybe a blessing in disguise, otherwise I'd probably be 'crapping my pants' now. It is 'easy' to be good when you are at one

time looked at by the SEC (and found worthy). So what?  Whew?

Again, looking at above seems to be what I expected the IRS to do and act like.

But then again, I was captured and 'tag'd' around May 1st, 2014. (At least they did not 'notch' my ear, like a penned deer) Smiley

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July 09, 2019, 03:37:00 AM
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Hahaha, this thread. You can't jump to the end and you can't keep up! Cheesy

Sometimes you can. No biased or personal comment this time - posting as it is-


25. Lambie not posting much these days.
26. Bones comes and go - makes no noise-
27. reelsteelboy mentioned AYH. some take it as a ATH and discussion is in progress. ivomm try to correct but...
28. New face i guess @wwzsocki, he posts chart too. Witaj bracie Smiley

v8 watch out for OZ- not talking about the Ashes Tongue

Sorry bro, not posting much these days bc Im still a bit short term bearish and I dont like spreading negativity too much. I did leave a fun post on poo and golden showers you may have missed Smiley

My favorite time to post is when things are really bad and everyone needs a strong dose of hopium to get through the day. We got more than enough hopium these days so my services not needed so much.

I see I missed some nice milf discussions. If Santa wants to bring me an exotic 50 yr old porn star milf for Christmas I would not object to this one.  Grin

 

205 days into the new Bull Market and all is well.  Cool
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July 09, 2019, 03:56:58 AM

I must reveal that this moment feels a bit weird.

We are a bit more than $1k from the All Year High, and there is a kind of feeling that the AYH is right around the corner, that it is a kind of given, that it is currently being tested - even while there remains another $1k to go.

Isn't that strange?   As the price gets higher and higher, $1k changes become smaller and smaller percentages, and that quantity of price, just kind  of whizzes by.  Just today, we already had more than a $1k change in price in the UPwards direction.  Go figure.

Yes its strange. I find myself way less sensitive to 1k swings up or down than in 2017. The 10k swings up and down are gonna be the new pants shitters after the halving. 100k party will have a lot of phone checking as we swing up and down in huge increments we arent used to.
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July 09, 2019, 04:17:01 AM

Question im my mind is will we get the the 5-7k this summer before the shake out of get rich quick alt boyz and newbs is done or do we start the run to 20k from the 7-9 range.

'Run to $20K' is so 2017. I'm thinking run to $150K.

This is why I never have a problem w you Jbreher even when you stir up the pot with the bcash advocacy. At the end of the day you appear to love a good Bitcoin pump as much as anyone Smiley

I think 100k-300k is easy pz lemon breezy in the next few years, but Im not expecting this summer pump to end anywhere close to that. No complaints if it does.  Cheesy
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July 09, 2019, 04:36:26 AM

I tend to agree with filbfilb's two likely scenarios, though they could end up being too conservative.



I'd rather see 175K in 2021 than 100K in 2020, but I don't really have a say in the matter. Hookers, blow, lambos, etc. all around either way.
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July 09, 2019, 04:47:00 AM
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Is Bitcoin dead again?

It's all over. He's kaput.

On a serious note, at what price point can hats be replaced for crowns? 50K? Tongue

 Trying to get a jump on 50k here.  Not sure how I'm going to get impressions from everyone for these crowns though.
 Consider this a temporary crown.



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