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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (3.5%)
<$8,000 - 4 (4.7%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 1 (1.2%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 1 (1.2%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 3 (3.5%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 6 (7%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 16 (18.6%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 18 (20.9%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 17 (19.8%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (5.8%)
>$12,000 - 7 (8.1%)
>$20,000 - 5 (5.8%)
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August 06, 2019, 11:24:54 PM

Bitcoin at $1: it'll never go to $10.

Bitcoin at $10: it'll never go to $100.

Bitcoin at $100: it'll never go to $1000.

Bitcoin at $1000: it'll never go to $10,000.

Bitcoin at $10,000: it'll never go to $100,000.

Never say never.

https://twitter.com/onemanatatime/status/1157636997206253568?s=21

Always one of best reminders Cheesy

How many bitcoins are available under $100k?

4 million? 5 million?

If people believe it is going to $150k, then zero
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August 06, 2019, 11:45:38 PM

We are ticking along nicely.  All going to plan.

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I'm twelve pages behind and I'm leaving in a few hours. It feels bad to leave with a backlog to start  Embarrassed
I will be out for a month more or less, and my access to this forum will be very limited.
I hope she behaves while I'm not here. I will be checking on her anyway Wink

Maybe I'll be able to able to post before I leave. If not, see you in a few weeks.

25 behind here. Smiley this is becoming a habit. Cheesy
YO man Enjoy the VACATION!!!

I passed or failed the Turing test quip?  Or was the test included in the post to which I have not yet responded?  

By the way, did the "highly amused" chick agree to bang you, yet?  Chicks do tend to prefer to be "highly amused" as much as possible and some chicks are more easily humored than others.  Wink

No,yes and nyb. Smiley

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Edit: On a third note, I had to go back and fix your quotes because for some reason your editing out part of the earlier post and screwed up the attributions... You fuck!!!!!!!!  So, now this is the full one.. I am going to attempt to go back in again and to cut down the post properly, edit one more time and to make the proper attributions... These are the kinds of things that bots are handy for and what they do in their spare time.  Clean up after human wannabes.  Don't you know nuttin?

Good one, funny thing is I have been trying to make a friggin post for 1/2 an hour and I was just telling to stop talking to me because I don't wanna fuck up the quotes! That was another thread, i'm not worried about fucking yours up Grin

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Edit 2: Fuck  it!  I was going to go back and edit again, and I am getting sick of this little project, already.  In that regard, I just glanced at the totality of the above texts, and I just decided to leave the full back and forth in there.  It's not like we are wasting trees due to length or anything like that, and maybe someday BSV can just store this series of posts on its blockchain anyhow, next to the weather section.  Wink No harm; no foul.

lOlz, good one Cheesy

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August 07, 2019, 12:01:53 AM

We are ticking along nicely.  All going to plan.



Sweet, and it looks like we were correct. I will update in a few days (used ACH) to let you guys know how that Paxos portal worked out. I only tried withdrawing .005 so it should be  a no problem transaction for them.
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August 07, 2019, 12:12:35 AM

Bitcoin at $1: it'll never go to $10.

Bitcoin at $10: it'll never go to $100.

Bitcoin at $100: it'll never go to $1000.

Bitcoin at $1000: it'll never go to $10,000.

Bitcoin at $10,000: it'll never go to $100,000.

Never say never.

https://twitter.com/onemanatatime/status/1157636997206253568?s=21

Always one of best reminders Cheesy

How many bitcoins are available under $100k?

4 million? 5 million?

and add the following :
How many dollars are between $1 to $10?
How many dollars are between $1000 to $10000?
How many dollars are between $10000 to $100000?

$9? $9K? $90000?HuhHuh?
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August 07, 2019, 12:41:48 AM
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I wonder: Would a Trezor survive liquid nitrogen?

Reason I'm asking is I think I might get my head frozen after all when I die. Tattoo "I have bitcoins", include a couple of Trezors in my mouth with a good PIN, and in a thousand years when Bitcoin is worth infinite amounts it would be a reasonable reward to dethaw my brain and put me on a top of line body.

Hm....
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August 07, 2019, 12:43:07 AM
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We are ticking along nicely.  All going to plan.



the overlay is ok for the first 6 months.. the following 6 months its not so accurate, and afterwards its waaay off..

why do you insist in this bearish overlay?? 11400 usd on halving is depressing!!!  Angry  Sad

wheres my hopium?!?!?

go BTC gooo!!
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August 07, 2019, 01:07:59 AM

We are ticking along nicely.  All going to plan.



Sweet, and it looks like we were correct. I will update in a few days (used ACH) to let you guys know how that Paxos portal worked out. I only tried withdrawing .005 so it should be  a no problem transaction for them.

Ok I’ll bite.  Paxos is a stable coin?  Works like Tether?  Anything special we should know?
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I wonder: Would a Trezor survive liquid nitrogen?

Reason I'm asking is I think I might get my head frozen after all when I die. Tattoo "I have bitcoins", include a couple of Trezors in my mouth with a good PIN, and in a thousand years when Bitcoin is worth infinite amounts it would be a reasonable reward to dethaw my brain and put me on a top of line body.

Hm....

Half-jokingly...USB connector tech has to survive too, which is not likely.
Maybe you can use a microscope to get the info, though.
Here is something regarding 11th century (and nearby) tech.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_technology
Well, interestingly enough, wheelbarrow was invented back then (in 12th century).
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1260, Kublai Khan: Paper Money
1397, The Medicis: Credit w/ Interest
1971, Richard Nixon: Gold Standard
2008, Satoshi Nakamoto: Bitcoin
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August 07, 2019, 01:13:03 AM

We are ticking along nicely.  All going to plan.



the overlay is ok for the first 6 months.. the following 6 months its not so accurate, and afterwards its waaay off..

why do you insist in this bearish overlay?? 11400 usd on halving is depressing!!!  Angry  Sad

wheres my hopium?!?!?

go BTC gooo!!


You are reading it wrong / too literally.  

Yes it has diverged.  That in itself is an important signal. It means Bitcoin is currently running more bullish than it should.  We are running high and hot.   We are also in a seasonally weak period, which means we should expect general weakness, turbulence and flat lining - which is exactly what we are getting.  We should also start boosting in October, so look for $14k to be broken then, if not before.  If that doesn’t happen and we slump in October, then that is also important information.

What you do with this information is up to you.  But it’s better than fumbling in the dark like 95% of cryptokiddies.
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August 07, 2019, 01:36:09 AM

We are ticking along nicely.  All going to plan.



Sweet, and it looks like we were correct. I will update in a few days (used ACH) to let you guys know how that Paxos portal worked out. I only tried withdrawing .005 so it should be  a no problem transaction for them.

Ok I’ll bite.  Paxos is a stable coin?  Works like Tether?  Anything special we should know?

Apparently it is a stablecoin exchange and fiat portal.

I have found it from my research these last months and am trying it out currently.
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August 07, 2019, 01:38:00 AM

I'm twelve pages behind and I'm leaving in a few hours. It feels bad to leave with a backlog to start  Embarrassed
I will be out for a month more or less, and my access to this forum will be very limited.
I hope she behaves while I'm not here. I will be checking on her anyway Wink

Maybe I'll be able to able to post before I leave. If not, see you in a few weeks.

Thanks for checking out eddie, have a nice vacation!!
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August 07, 2019, 02:16:31 AM

I wonder: Would a Trezor survive liquid nitrogen?

Half-jokingly...USB connector tech has to survive too, which is not likely.
Maybe you can use a microscope to get the info, though.
Here is something regarding 11th century (and nearby) tech.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_technology
Well, interestingly enough, wheelbarrow was invented back then (in 12th century).

This is not quite 100% a joke: If you really believe Bitcoin is the shit, and it will be worth more later then there is a certain logic with dying with some, then being revived later, remembering your passphrase from long term memory, and having the whole money thing taken care of.

12th century paper and such is quite readable even now, as are long dead languages. It's not impossible to read an 8 inch floppy or a 1950's era core memory you just have to build an interface (trivial with something like a Raspberry Pi and a set of amplifiers). Maybe Cryptosteel anded with a code you memorize. Or a Cryptosteel that decrypts a Trezor wallet that is protected with a passphrase. Might be too easy to hack. Then again in 100 years a Trezor
s physical security would probably be trivial as well.

Hm. Do I really want to dunk my head in a tank of liquid nitrogen?
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August 07, 2019, 02:40:24 AM

Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it off
Weak, weak, weak, weak hands, fuck off
Enjoy your cut loss, loss, loss, loss
Shake it off


Reminds me of: cut your loose!!!!!...
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August 07, 2019, 02:43:29 AM

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r0ach HATES crypto, I get that, but his commentary ought to be read by anyone here at W.O. who is over 30 - 35 or so...

Gold just touched $1500, and is at new ATHs in various FIAT$ around the world.

I have always believed in serious diversification.  I HODL BTC (plenty!), and watch it every day.  A pot-watcher.

Nonetheless, gold has 6000 years of proven value.  That IS meaningful.  Whether or not it retains its role into the future as the numeraire of all value assets remains to be seen (of course).  That is why diversification is so important.

NO ONE knows what will happen.  Not Shelby, not r0ach.  But, having an open mind is a great and wonderful thing.
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August 07, 2019, 02:47:20 AM

I guess we will see these patterns for some time. Happened after the Gox Crash often. Not sure but I remember swings between 400-700. The good news is, we are seeing these kind of pump and dump @5digits  Cool

Don't be fucking ridiculous.

This is NOT anything like after GOX crash.  You dumbass.

Currently, we are going up not down.... so consolidation is a question of whether we are going to continue going up.

GOX crash was after an already existence of two pumps in 2013 that more or less brought bitcoin from $15 to $1,163.. then thereafter the correction and GOX crash came in the shadows of that.

In other words, you need a better example to make whatever point you are wanting to make about the meaning of this particular BTC price consolidation that we are currently witnessing.
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August 07, 2019, 02:51:12 AM

YTD Bitcoin Hashrate and Bitcoin Market Capitalization charts. Cool



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August 07, 2019, 02:58:37 AM

r0ach HATES crypto, I get that, but his commentary ought to be read by anyone here at W.O. who is over 30 - 35 or so...

I dunno. 'Gold and Silver Good' is a pretty generic message that can be absorbed anywhere. I don't really see any need to swallow r0ach's flawed axioms at the same helping. Isn't Schiff or some similar goldbug's opinion not closed enough?
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It's very very early in the morning and I can not sleep. Observing @ $11,630 we are good.
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