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October 19, 2019, 09:23:46 PM

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Always more room UP. Drunk but just, #nohomo
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October 19, 2019, 09:35:59 PM

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Always more room UP. Drunk but just, #nohomo

Careful Mic!
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October 19, 2019, 10:36:02 PM

Such a lovely bottle......

Where'd you get that bottle? Is it coincidence that it's named that way? (I think there are more Satoshis than we realize, outside of this forum.)
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October 19, 2019, 10:40:02 PM

Such a lovely bottle......

Where'd you get that bottle? Is it coincidence that it's named that way? (I think there are more Satoshis than we realize, outside of this forum.)
cursory google search came up with this: https://www.satoshi-spirits.com/
no coincidence either, 'cos they accept bitcoin.
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October 19, 2019, 10:44:04 PM

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Such a lovely bottle......

At this moment of the evening 1 hout before midnight, and I already can’t stand the look of that bottle.... damn what’s wrong with me.....

#EARLYknockOUThodlSLEEP

I guess

@mic this is vodka?  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy nice off all Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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October 19, 2019, 10:48:53 PM

Such a lovely bottle......

Where'd you get that bottle? Is it coincidence that it's named that way? (I think there are more Satoshis than we realize, outside of this forum.)
cursory google search came up with this: https://www.satoshi-spirits.com/
no coincidence either, 'cos they accept bitcoin.

https://www.satoshi-spirits.com/wer_ist_satoshi/

I didn't even have to use any google translate to figure it out, seems the gin was intentionally named after the coin's creator.
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October 19, 2019, 10:56:39 PM

Such a lovely bottle......

Where'd you get that bottle? Is it coincidence that it's named that way? (I think there are more Satoshis than we realize, outside of this forum.)
cursory google search came up with this: https://www.satoshi-spirits.com/
no coincidence either, 'cos they accept bitcoin.
The site is german so didnt understand most of what it says but can see algorithm think it was spelt algorithk for what the history of the brand was named after. So it is crypto related and not just named after a guy from japan. Cheesy
Didnt go through checkout but if they do accept bitcoin then go on them and cheers! Grin
Might just order a bottle for the crypto factor alone. Wink
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October 19, 2019, 11:06:53 PM

^^personally I think mankind is nearly at the edge
Of what, doom and destruction? Most of society has always been at the edge don't you think? The cutting "edge" is where the big changes take place and appears most volatile.  #staypositive and uh...  #weed Wink
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October 19, 2019, 11:28:11 PM

Criticizing bitcoin based on its cost without first comparing it against alternatives is misleading.

Bitcoin's cost is energy.
Fiat's cost is inflation.

Ask anyone in Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Iran, North Korea, Syria, Iran or even Argentina which one is truly more expensive.
source: https://twitter.com/Rhythmtrader/status/1185606210852134917

@Rhythmtrader very update on bitcoin.
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October 19, 2019, 11:53:20 PM

^^personally I think mankind is nearly at the edge
Of what, doom and destruction? Most of society has always been at the edge don't you think? The cutting "edge" is where the big changes take place and appears most volatile.  #staypositive and uh...  #weed Wink

You don't believe we're on the eve of destruction?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfZVu0alU0I
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October 20, 2019, 12:48:37 AM

Guys if we dont get a green dildo soon(no homo) this is gonna get really ugly imo. We all know its critical moments like these that Government and private citizen Fudsters come out with their best stuff.

The govy boyz(we all know they trade) tried to time the pedo website bust news to break our 7700 support and failed, but I have no doubt some other high level Fudsters are working on something as we speak.

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October 20, 2019, 01:05:04 AM
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GBTC issued for 11k+ btc in shares for their investors on Friday. Since the start of issuing new shares (2 weeks ago) they have added 19k+ btc to their holdings. They hold 258k btc now.

HOLD!

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October 20, 2019, 01:26:25 AM
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Pack it up.  Turn out the lights.

Bitcoin Has Failed But Global Stablecoins a Threat, Say BIS and G7 - CoinDesk

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-has-failed-but-global-stablecoins-a-threat-say-bis-and-g7

In a way it's almost a relief...no more wondering.

this declaration was made at G20:

citation begins (last phrase):
In the report requested by the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors, the task force confirmed that the group of the seven wealthiest nations would not allow any global stablecoin to launch without addressing related challenges and risks.
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conclusion: the wealthiest nations will not let the less wealthy ones escape in such a process.
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October 20, 2019, 02:05:01 AM

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Bitcoin Has Failed But Global Stablecoins a Threat, Say BIS and G7 - CoinDesk

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-has-failed-but-global-stablecoins-a-threat-say-bis-and-g7

In a way it's almost a relief...no more wondering.

This is great news, they don't attack what they don't fear. Smiley
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October 20, 2019, 02:34:50 AM
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Bitcoin Has Failed But Global Stablecoins a Threat, Say BIS and G7 - CoinDesk

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-has-failed-but-global-stablecoins-a-threat-say-bis-and-g7

In a way it's almost a relief...no more wondering.

This is great news, they don't attack what they don't fear. Smiley

Oh, the irony. They keep seeing threats in tokens that represent fiat currencies, like stablecoins and libra. 10 years on, and they still fail to see that BTC is their kryptonite.

Maintain course and speed, gentlemen.
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October 20, 2019, 02:40:25 AM

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Bitcoin Has Failed But Global Stablecoins a Threat, Say BIS and G7 - CoinDesk

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-has-failed-but-global-stablecoins-a-threat-say-bis-and-g7

In a way it's almost a relief...no more wondering.

This is great news, they don't attack what they don't fear. Smiley

Oh, the irony. They keep seeing threats in tokens that represent fiat currencies, like stablecoins and libra. 10 years on, and they still fail to see that BTC is their kryptonite.

Maintain course and speed, gentlemen.

LOL, you got the laggage as well. I almost dblposted too. Cheesy
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October 20, 2019, 02:42:00 AM
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Pack it up.  Turn out the lights.

Bitcoin Has Failed But Global Stablecoins a Threat, Say BIS and G7 - CoinDesk

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-has-failed-but-global-stablecoins-a-threat-say-bis-and-g7

In a way it's almost a relief...no more wondering.

This is great news, they don't attack what they don't fear. Smiley

Oh, the irony. They keep seeing threats in tokens that represent fiat currencies, like stablecoins and libra. 10 years on, and they still fail to see that BTC is their kryptonite.

Maintain course and speed, gentlemen.

I like this, they are pretending we failed, bc they know they cant stop us. Better in their eyes to save face and leave us alone than come after King Bitcoin and his legions of Hodlers and be defeated, this is good for us short and long term.
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October 20, 2019, 02:59:45 AM

I am curious as to what would happen to the telegram token?
It is not a stablecoin, yet it was attacked.
Maybe, mostly 'wrong' investors, lol?
I can almost see the point...almost.
We shall see in Feb-April.

Pack it up.  Turn out the lights.

Bitcoin Has Failed But Global Stablecoins a Threat, Say BIS and G7 - CoinDesk

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-has-failed-but-global-stablecoins-a-threat-say-bis-and-g7

In a way it's almost a relief...no more wondering.

This is great news, they don't attack what they don't fear. Smiley

Oh, the irony. They keep seeing threats in tokens that represent fiat currencies, like stablecoins and libra. 10 years on, and they still fail to see that BTC is their kryptonite.

Maintain course and speed, gentlemen.

I like this, they are pretending we failed, bc they know they cant stop us. Better in their eyes to save face and leave us alone than come after King Bitcoin and his legions of Hodlers and be defeated, this is good for us short and long term.

I can see some logic in this...bitcoin is recruiting more users , but relatively slowly (still maybe just 30-50mil), so the transition might take another decade or more while FBcoin potentially can get to hundreds of millions if not couple of billions in much shorter timeframe, destabilizing everything.
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October 20, 2019, 03:45:24 AM

I think it's time to take off, there have been many Bitcoins moves towards some exchanges, Binance, Bitfinex ... that bullish momentum is needed to put this more exciting.



Source:@CryptoDingue

The next movements may be looking for new offer levels of $ 8k and up.

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