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July 21, 2019, 09:05:16 AM
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The #learntocode meme people post pretending coding is the future of employment is hilariously stupid.  You need to be a flat out fool to not be able to tell the video games industry is in an insane bubble right now.  There's so many games coming out per day you can't even play a fraction of them even if you pirate them all, don't work, and play video games 24 hours a day lol.  Here's some guy on Youtube today talking about how he sent out 1000 job applications and got one interview, and a guy in the comment section with 200 and no job or interview.  

Coding is a fucking bubble.  Telling everyone "learn to code" is like telling everyone on earth "learn to be a plumber dude".  In an economic downturn, nobody even needs any virtual jibberish located inside of a computer so almost the entire industry is expendable except for a few govt, healthcare, billing, etc, related jobs.  Of course, these people's posts are likely also an indicator of the general direction of the economy at the moment as well.

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July 21, 2019, 09:19:18 AM

^. Bullshit.

Where would the world be if not for coders?
Why don't you go live in a cave with your PM's, what are you doing online anyways?

Coding is not just the game industry ffs.
Btw, "everybody" can't do it.
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July 21, 2019, 09:21:43 AM

https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/07/20/bakkt-bitcoin-futures-has-reached-critical-mass-expected-to-launch-in-q3/

Yeah, and confirmed sources told me that bakkt will launch in Q4 2019... or Q4 2020.
Confirmed
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^. Bullshit.

The fact that the people in these Youtube comments can easily, readily find 1000 places to spam applications to in the first place kind of represents industry oversaturation by itself.  Face it, the world was in a tech bubble in 2000 and current year is just a repeat all over again except even bigger judging by 'unicorn' valuations and the FAG stocks.  

Also, both the graphics industry and codermonkey industry are terrible in general.  Who the hell wants to work a 'gig' job with no job security at all PERMANENTLY and always have to be filling out job applications 24/7 forever?  LOL. That's even worse than being a Chinese Foxconn day laborer.  At least those people have job security.  It's the state of the graphics, video games, and visual effects industry and much of the codermonkey industry at the moment.
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July 21, 2019, 09:35:23 AM

^. My little wannabe Aryan, next time you want to say something - just send us a pigeon with the message.
Also note that thanks to coding, you are able to enjoy all this free porn & define yourself as a compulsive wanker.
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July 21, 2019, 09:39:32 AM

Since its a bit slow in WO land, here's a nice healthy-ish lunch picture. Going in clockwise direction from the rice, thats a lemongrass clam soup called halaan, grilled tuna belly with papaya garnish, and pork lumpias, which is basically like an egg roll, with sweet chili sauce... Good stuff all the way around. Oh, and the drink is just blue lemonade. Nothing alcoholic, still have to do some work later...


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that tuna! It's mouth watering, yammi!!! 🤪

Good morning WO!
Observing @ $10,720 and can not complain again. I wish this to stay here at least no going down please 🙂
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July 21, 2019, 09:45:27 AM

I wish this to stay here at least no going down please

We have arranged for Mnuchin to make the announcement Bitcoin is banned instead of Trump due to Trump seeing it as bad optics, and everyone already hates Mnuchin for being a Jew anyway.
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July 21, 2019, 09:51:37 AM

I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo. Remember what happened when we had a long, boring period in the mid $3,000’s?

Nothing better than boring, almost non-price action. It makes noobs confident enough to invest & then we start the next leg up plus I guess it gives us all a chance to keep stacking.

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July 21, 2019, 09:55:01 AM

I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo.

What will you do if it's the first priced in halving and after halving it just sits here or dumps to $6k or lower with everyone sitting there like "WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME PONZI"
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July 21, 2019, 09:57:46 AM

I wish this to stay here at least no going down please

We have arranged for Mnuchin to make the announcement Bitcoin is banned instead of Trump due to Trump seeing it as bad optics, and everyone already hates Mnuchin for being a Jew anyway.



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July 21, 2019, 10:00:17 AM

I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo.

What will you do if it's the first priced in halving and after halving it just sits here or dumps to $6k with everyone sitting there like "WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME PONZI"

r0ach, people like you were saying the last halving was priced in & the one before it. Even if the price did dump to $6,000 I’d still have a large sum of money available to me which was only really possible (for me) through bitcoin. I wouldn’t see that kind of money until I get inheritance which could be 30 years away.

Investing in bitcoin is the best thing I’ve ever done. I’m a normal guy with two medium sized businesses who works hard & lives comfortably but mega money was only achieved/achievable in my better years on earth through bitcoin.

If it’s priced in then so be it.

I don’t believe it is though & I can comfortably state that I expect to be a multi millionaire through bitcoin in 2021/22.

I believe in the post halving boom cycle which has treated me well so far. With increased adoption & institutions involved it’s destination moon 12-18 months post 2020 halving.
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July 21, 2019, 10:02:54 AM

I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo.

What will you do if it's the first priced in halving and after halving it just sits here or dumps to $6k with everyone sitting there like "WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME PONZI"

r0ach, people like you were saying the last halving was priced in & the one before it. Even if the price did dump to $6,000 I’d still have a large sum of money available to me which was only really possible (for me) through bitcoin. I wouldn’t see that kind of money until I get inheritance which could be 30 years away.

Investing in bitcoin is the best thing I’ve ever done. I’m a normal guy with two medium sized businesses who works hard & lives comfortably but mega money was only achieved/achievable in my better years on earth through bitcoin.

If it’s priced in then so be it.

I don’t believe it is though & I can comfortably state that I expect to be a multi millionaire through bitcoin in 2021/22.

I believe in the post halving boom cycle which has treated me well so far. With increased adoption & institutions involved it’s destination moon 12-18 months post 2020 halving.
We need a paste control services LOL

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July 21, 2019, 10:04:58 AM

I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo.

What will you do if it's the first priced in halving and after halving it just sits here or dumps to $6k with everyone sitting there like "WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME PONZI"

r0ach, people like you were saying the last halving was priced in & the one before it.

No.  I specifically said last halving was not priced in to everyone.  The price was fucking $200 then when I was saying it.  The price is a lot higher than $200 now...50x higher.  Since the amount of Bitcoin mining is already enormous with China not really allowing any more, and the mining capex charts also looking like a thrown baseball at the top of an arc with nowhere to go but sideways or down, it's easily possible Bitcoin has now reached peak mining and won't expand more.  You cannot pump the price without vast expansion of mining to support it.  That's how POW works noobs.
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July 21, 2019, 10:14:58 AM

Also, it really feels like most of you people in this thread have never been miners.  I've mined with CPUs, a room full of GPUs, and mined with ASICs.  People who have mined understand a lot better how the economics of this market works than people who haven't.  It sure as hell doesn't feel like Trollgoossens has mined anything, nor JayJuanGee.
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Also, it really feels like most of you people in this thread have never been miners.  I've mined with CPUs, a room full of GPUs, and mined with ASICs.  People who have mined understand a lot better how the economics of this market works than people who haven't.  It sure as hell doesn't feel like Trollgoossens has mined anything, nor JayJuanGee.

That means you have to build a car to be able to drive it, as a simple analogy.
Think about that.
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Also, it really feels like most of you people in this thread have never been miners.  I've mined with CPUs, a room full of GPUs, and mined with ASICs.  People who have mined understand a lot better how the economics of this market works than people who haven't.  It sure as hell doesn't feel like Trollgoossens has mined anything, nor JayJuanGee.

I’ve never been a miner, r0ach. I’ll happily admit that, I’m not a particularly gifted techie either. I’m just a speculative investor who’s done well in this magic internet money journey so far. My tech expertise stretches to running two nodes & being able to ensure my stash is safe from hackers.

I’m really happy I found this forum too, I’ve met your favourite poster mic & his girlfriend. I’m also meeting 7 or 8 more of the guys here in September.

Let’s see what happens hey.

Can you answer me one question honestly?

Do you still own any bitcoin, I’m pretty sure you do?
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July 21, 2019, 10:32:54 AM

Also, it really feels like most of you people in this thread have never been miners.  I've mined with CPUs, a room full of GPUs, and mined with ASICs.  People who have mined understand a lot better how the economics of this market works than people who haven't.  It sure as hell doesn't feel like Trollgoossens has mined anything, nor JayJuanGee.

That means you have to build a car to be able to drive it, as a simple analogy.
Think about that.

Not even close to similar because mining itself is nothing more than futures speculation.  Driving a car is not speculation unless the driver is Asian.
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I can comfortably state that I expect to be a multi millionaire through bitcoin in 2021/22.

The contrast of the bold statement above, with the innocence of your first posts on this forum, made me smile. Nice journey  Smiley
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I can comfortably state that I expect to be a multi millionaire through bitcoin in 2021/22.

The contrast of the bold statement above, with the innocence of your first posts on this forum, made me smile. Nice journey  Smiley

Didn’t expect the price to hit $1,500 let alone over $10,000. It was tough mentally sitting on $150 rated bitcoin’s after buying some at over $700.
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