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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
$0 - 4 (3.7%)
<$8,000 - 5 (4.6%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 1 (0.9%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 2 (1.8%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 5 (4.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 7 (6.4%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 25 (22.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 20 (18.3%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 19 (17.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 6 (5.5%)
>$12,000 - 8 (7.3%)
>$20,000 - 7 (6.4%)
Total Voters: 109

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August 09, 2019, 02:04:01 AM

guys, do you remeber this shit?  Grin


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First:  Saying that something is gospel or NOT is merely an expression to reflect a kind of certainty in the proclamation that is being made.  There should be no need to assign any kind of christianity meaning to such an expression, especially in a thread like this.

Second: I have no idea what purpose is served to emphasize anything related to roach.   Surely, each of us might be guilty, a bit, in giving that goofball too much attention, even such attention had meant to be in the negative.  Personally, I do not agree that he should be ignored, either, because then his ideas would then be allowed to run rough shod out there... My point is why the fuck is there any need to refer to roach in this particular matter?

Third:  Maybe you could have been the first to call "no more four digits" with such enthusiasm, but really this whole matter seems to be kind of coming off as you wanting sorcerer status.  Who cares who said what first?  Many times we have all kinds of ideas that are batted around in this thread, and it is not like any of us have very many original ideas, even if we might become known for repeating certain kinds of themes.  I guess what I am saying is that I wonder what kind of need there is to be the supposed first, because in the end, none of us really know about these price dynamics, and if we happen to get some kind of prediction correct, that seems to be more a matter of luck rather than something that we really had any kind of meaningful foresight into, amiNOTrite?

It's all of you JJG - have you ever placed bet on colour more than 1S? or you are healthy/clever man who don't do gambling?
I hate enthusiasm.

Of course, I have gambled.  I am old enough to have a lot of different life experiences, and surely some of those life experiences involve a lot more risk taking than others.

...

So?  What kind of approach are you suggesting, degxtra1?  Even  if we feel that there is "no chance" of BTC going below $10k ever again, we still need to work within a budget, don't we?  Also, even if we assume no lower than 5 digits in this particular BTC market, even a drop down to $10k would be more than a 15% price drop.  How should we deal with that, if it were to occur?

Are you suggesting  BIG baller moves, degxtra1?  Is there any difference in how newbies might approach our current BTC price situation as compared with someone who has already largely established his/her BTC position?
you gambled, of course, but I ask question if that was more than 1s on stake ?

The question is in how many days we reach 6digit (6D) number.
Could you bet?

My bet is: in less than 645 days.

And yes , I took this number from my ass, but I'm quite convinced it happen earlier. Let's make it personal: If i'm wrong I will pay you 0.1BTC.

What is your bet?

And how much you will pay me if you are wrong - Im happy with my stake.  Grin
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August 09, 2019, 02:57:01 AM

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you gambled, of course, but I ask question if that was more than 1s on stake ?

The more you type, the more ridiculous of a state under which you seem to devolve.

You started out as potentially somewhat normal, like a guy with some bullish expectations, yet the more that I question your various assertions the more famous you seem to want to become from whatever the fuck various ideas that you have seem to have, and largely I may not even disagree with what you are asserting except maybe the way that you are saying them, rather than what you are saying.   

When you ask about putting "more than 1s on stake", I don't even know what you are talking about.  Furthermore, your first assertion was that we would never go below 5 digits again, and now you want to talk about whether we will go to 6 digits in 645 days.  Why do I give too many fucks, except that you are talking in gibberish absolutes, and I have no interest in discussing the taking the opposite of bets in such scenarios, even though there might be other posters here who are more than willing to take the opposite side of any bet that you want to make, especially if you want to make them in absolutes.


The question is in how many days we reach 6digit (6D) number.
Could you bet?

My bet is: in less than 645 days.

Do you see me posting in this thread about predictions that I might have or not have? 

I see one of my missions in life is to call bullshit on wannabe sorcerers.  Of course, I tend to be decently more sympathetic to wannabe bull sorcerers, but still when the get aggressive and double down like you seem to be inclined to do, then it just seems that you are getting way the fuck too embedded into whatever hopium you have been smoking.

Of course, there are decent odds for BTC to reach 6 digits in 645 days, but I surely don't want to take any bet with you - and especially not currently while you are coming off as all worked up and self-righteous - even though that could cause you to make even dumber bets.


And yes , I took this number from my ass, but I'm quite convinced it happen earlier. Let's make it personal: If i'm wrong I will pay you 0.1BTC.

I don't care and I would not even want to take your .1BTC if you were to be wrong.  I have plenty of my own BTC, and I could care less about whether you are correct or not and I am not in the mood, at this time to be discussing a bet with you when you have been largely playing evasive tactics with questions that I have already posed to you and now you are engaging in other diversion tactics attempting to make this about me, when you are conjuring up all kinds of desires for power plays in your mind.. 

What is your bet?

I don't have any bet at this point, except maybe to bet that you will engage in any kind of diversion tactic(s) that you are able to in order to avoid responding to earlier questions that I had already legitimately put to you.

And how much you will pay me if you are wrong - Im happy with my stake.  Grin

I am not going to pay you anything, because you are coming off as a bit deranged and emotional.  If you settle down a bit, then maybe I might consider some kind of meaningful discussion, or maybe there are some other folks who want to discuss your bet with you, especially since you seem so inclined to want to bet and you are getting so worked up... Generally when people get so emotional and worked up, they will make dumb decisions, and so you are looking to get played, no?
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August 09, 2019, 03:04:07 AM

Julian,
you are unable to risk anything, but you know how to dream all your life to earn in easy way...

kind of situation: eat&have cake - it's impossible.

Best.

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August 09, 2019, 03:52:00 AM

Julian,
you are unable to risk anything, but you know how to dream all your life to earn in easy way...

kind of situation: eat&have cake - it's impossible.

Best.

You see what I mean about emotional devolution?  Case in point, exhibited above.

By the way, maintaining various lifelong investment plans, attempting to keep learning about investments and investment strategies along the way and tweaking such investment plans in accordance with such learnings has never really seemed like any kind of "easy way."

On the other hand, "it is nice when a plan comes together," as they used to say on The A-Team.
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August 09, 2019, 05:15:52 AM

I would've thought stablecoin issuers would be vastly more uptight than regular banking - https://www.ccn.com/paxos-standard-hassling-ethereum-traders-trying-to-redeem-stablecoin-pax-for-dollars/

And Gemini as well have stopped withdrawals in the past because redeeming large amounts affects their ability to “maximize their status on CoinMarketCap.” https://www.coindesk.com/winklevoss-crypto-gemini-gusd-stablecoin-redemption.

Good luck to those using it them all the same. The amounts you throw around may be the deciding factor in whether they screw with you.

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Paxos were giving a rebate/discount to people to buy PAX, so it was trading at discount at Binance. So we bought at a discount and redeemed at full price to arbitrage.

I'm sure the amounts and stuff like ^^^ this matter.




If you like that one, here's ol' Jim Cramer (and his crony partner Stephanie Link) in 2014 when asked about Bitcoin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kEySHOd4JU

Never. Fkn. Forget.

Cramer has always been a contrarian indicator IMO. He just sets up the sheeple for the slaughter.



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August 09, 2019, 05:29:59 AM
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We need a $800 pump to wake everybody up.

$12576 in one hour

I am awake whether we have an $800 pump or not, and I am part of everybody.  therefore you are wrong.    Tongue Tongue Tongue

Good morning WO,s

JJG you are fireproof, you never run out of batteries, you never sleep, always online, you are a prodigy of science. Wink




https://twitter.com/StacieWaleyko/status/1159648380370509824

This business is fine.

- I buy it for 90% of the value.
- I sell it for 4% 6% Wink more of the value.
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August 09, 2019, 05:42:22 AM
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source: howmanyconfs.com

FYI, this is a worthless metric.

Could you elaborate more on this?
I strongly disagree as the security implied in Bitcoin (ledger costliness) is one of the main value proposition for bitcoin imho.

Who would Store Value on an insecure blockchain?




Sorry it took me soo long, I've been under alot of pressure lately and when I have a little time I just didn't feel like doing the search. Wink

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These metrics are measuring "work done", not security.

More "work done" doesn't necessarily mean "more security".

For example take the following two blockchains:

    Bitcoin Cash (SHA-256 @ 2 PH/s) or ($5/s)
    Zcash (Equihash @ 4 GH/s) or ($3/s)

https://github.com/lukechilds/howmanyconfs.com
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I can't believe I'm going to say this, but... I'd love to hear our resident Nazi's take on this article: https://www.coindesk.com/israeli-cryptocurrency-traders-locked-out-of-banking-system-report

It really supports his claim of how the jews are backing bitcorn to steal all your precious gold Cheesy
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Sorry it took me soo long, I've been under alot of pressure lately and when I have a little time I just didn't feel like doing the search. Wink

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These metrics are measuring "work done", not security.

More "work done" doesn't necessarily mean "more security".

For example take the following two blockchains:

    Bitcoin Cash (SHA-256 @ 2 PH/s) or ($5/s)
    Zcash (Equihash @ 4 GH/s) or ($3/s)

https://github.com/lukechilds/howmanyconfs.com



Thank you very much.
Appreciated and digging into that.
I would send more merits, but  I am running sooo low atm.
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August 09, 2019, 08:04:55 AM
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Good morning WO’s

https://youtu.be/RkeBVoAhRLA
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Check out this video, why would someone be this acknowledgeable and Then pretend of never heard of BTC before Roll Eyes
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August 09, 2019, 08:22:48 AM
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What I expected:

I'm expecting a bit of sideways this week.




what actually happened:




now what... Smiley

crazy pump soon? Smiley
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What I expected:

I'm expecting a bit of sideways this week.




what actually happened:




now what... Smiley

crazy pump soon? Smiley

3...2...1... Wait for it... CCFM!
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August 09, 2019, 09:38:21 AM

Good morning WO
Observing @ $11,740

We are still strong!
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August 09, 2019, 10:07:39 AM

It's an old news, but I didn't see it mentioned here.

The ‘Vault’ Is Back: Coder Revives Plan to Shield Bitcoin Wallets from Theft


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“Vaults are particularly interesting as a bitcoin cold storage security mechanism because they enable a publicly observable delay period during which time a user could be alerted by a “watchtower” that a thief might be in the process of stealing their coins.”
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“The idea is to have a sequence of pre-generated pre-signed transactions that are generated in a certain way. The basic components are a vaulting transaction that locks coins into a vault, a delayed-spend transaction which is the only way to spend from a vault, and a re-vaulting transaction which can recover/clawback coins from the delayed-spend transaction.”
So, it's something like a multisig, n-block timed transaction if i understnd it right.

Intresting as it it a very effective increased security for HODLERS.
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August 09, 2019, 10:14:16 AM

It really supports his claim of how the jews are backing bitcorn to steal all your precious gold Cheesy

Not quite what you were hoping for, but here's a roundabout way jews are taking bitcoin from nazis:

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/neo-nazi-website-founder-owes-14-million-woman-he-urged-n1040671

given that the website in question runs mainly on bitcoin donations (or at least it did at one point).

I hope Bernie Sanders becomes the next U.S. president just to make all the anti-semitics go even more beserk than they already are. Every time a racist idiot realizes they're a failure at life, they just blame the jews. Seems to be a lot of them these days. If you're an American, you have the advantage of blaming either the mexicans or the jews. I wonder who the Israelis blame... probably Palestinians.
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August 09, 2019, 10:20:42 AM
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For me August is perhaps the most stable month regarding the price. After the bull runs and the following corrections are gone, the price stabilizes as close to the real sustainable price as possible. For that reason, I've made a small table of the prices on 9th August for the last years and a prediction for the following 2 years.

Aug 9 2015 - $260
Aug 9 2016 - $589 (2.26x increase comapared to the previous year)
Aug 9 2017 - $3 400 (5.77x increase comapared to the previous year)
Aug 9 2018 - $6 500 (1.91x increase comapared to the previous year)
Aug 9 2019 - $12 000 (1.84x increase comapared to the previous year)
Aug 9 2020 - estimate $24 000 (2x increase comapared to the previous year)
Aug 9 2021 - estimate between $48 000 and $138 000 (between 2x and 5.77x increase comapared to the previous year)
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August 09, 2019, 10:36:49 AM

Guys, anyone up for this: BitcoinTalk's 2019 Premier League and Champions League Pool Sign Up Thread
Time is running up. Hurry!
The fund already have 0.0819BTC. Be a part of it.

And this is what hilariousetc says,
It will have 0.1 in it once the sponsorship money comes in. First game is tonight so if anyone wants to join you don't have long left. Only 0.0025 to play and all money is split between the top 5 winners.

Come on EPL!
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August 09, 2019, 11:01:30 AM

Here's Donald posing with a baby orphaned in the recent shootings.

Behold the power of positivity.



Things never seem so bad with a big smile and a thumbs up.
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