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November 04, 2019, 03:41:44 PM

A Major Bitcoin Exchange Has A ‘Massive’ Problem
Bitcoin exchanges and platforms never seem far from scandal, with crypto investors always nervously awaiting the next bitcoin hack or data breach.

The bitcoin price has been known to swing wildly following reports of major bitcoin thefts, though sometimes fails to react at all.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/11/03/a-major-bitcoin-exchange-has-a-serious-problem/amp/
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November 04, 2019, 03:46:19 PM

Funny how Germany is all fucked up. I wonder what their problem is (was). They just hate(d) the idea of unity.

At the risk of invoking our resident insect, Germany is the cauldron of European civilization.
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November 04, 2019, 03:51:05 PM
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November 04, 2019, 03:53:38 PM

proper job
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November 04, 2019, 03:57:38 PM

Currently testing the descending triangle resistance on the 4 hr, therefore next hours candle close will be important.
Bare in mind the 1 hr will be on a TD 9 so don't be surprised by any big price moves...



Please note, I'm not getting "rekt" at the moment. This was a neutral call due to the 200 Day MA support invalidating the bearish setup for me.
I'm posting this for benefit of seeing if we invalidate the bearish pattern of a descending triangle, and return to the classic bull flag.


"Please note, I'm not getting "rekt" at the moment."

Good for you.  Tongue


I am also going to note that you should not be relying too much on stupid-ass charts that attempt to treat bitcoin as if it were a mature asset and fail and refuse to incorporate either bitcoin's currently low level of adoption and underlying s-curve exponential components that bias UPPITY rather than other scenarios (such as flat or downity).

In other words, TLDR, you deserve to get rekt (even if you are not) if your chart relies on too many incomplete presumptions.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Too many assumptions, not enough logic. FYI my trading account is only ever 10-15% of my BTC holdings, so go figure  Roll Eyes
If I get "rekt", is because my BTC hodl is going up. If I win, it's because I'm losing overall BTC value.
Some people  Tongue

Hey.  Fair enough if your trading portion is only 10-15% of your total holdings.  That is decently prudent, so I find difficulties criticizing you on that aspect.

Your remaining assertion about the meaning of "getting r3ckt" is quite a puzzle.  Roll Eyes  You seem to be trying to suggest that either there is NO way for you to get r3ckt or that getting r3ckt means something other than a traditional understanding of it.

I do agree that if you are trading with ONLY about 10-15% of your total holdings then it becomes quite difficult to get r3ckt in any traditional understanding of the r3ckt concept.

Now, get out there trooper, and trade some BTCs!!!!!!!!!  That's an order.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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November 04, 2019, 03:59:27 PM

Announcements > Bitfinex Launches Support for Bech32 Address Generation

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We're excited to announce a platform update for our clients that brings new important features, following our recent introduction of Bitcoin withdrawals on bech32 addresses.

Traders can now generate bech32 addresses on Bitfinex, with our platform also supporting Bitcoin deposits to bech32 addresses.

As some exchanges still do not support withdrawals on bech32 addresses, our traders will have the option of using either the original Pay to Script Hash (P2SH) SegWit deposit address or native SegWit bech32 address. Traders can choose their desired option via a tick box on their Account Info page.

https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/429
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November 04, 2019, 04:14:02 PM

OK Dabs, that is IF we trust you to act as an escrow, and we are convinced that you are not part of this in any other way.
Sorry for thinking like this - I don't believe you are involved - but you are the only single member to "support" these losers - which is weird.

Kindly please do your own due diligence. To make it a little easier, allow me to give you a headstart, I'm on at least 3 different "List of Escrow" threads on bitcointalk. I've helped prevent at least half a dozen scammers from getting any coins (by refunding everything back to participants.) The largest in fiat value I ever held was close to $5m USD.

I categorically deny any connection to them, nor do I support them. Not too many other escrows in this Wall Observer thread, so maybe thats why I'm the only one offering it. More so to discourage them actually, as you can tell.

It's not a crime until it's done, that's what police do. Intent to do it is different from the actual deed. It's still bad, but the police can't do anything until it's done or they see it.

In this case, I'm hopefully just preventing it from even happening in the first place. Call their bluff if you will. But they can't do it. So they won't.

They'll never agree to the fair terms, so the whole deal is not going to happen. It's another form of drama specific to this thread. Small time CSW copycat wannabee. We haven't even laid out the timeline or timeframe, they can't do it already without their 35%. It's zero or hero.
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November 04, 2019, 04:21:22 PM

A Major Bitcoin Exchange Has A ‘Massive’ Problem
Bitcoin exchanges and platforms never seem far from scandal, with crypto investors always nervously awaiting the next bitcoin hack or data breach.

The bitcoin price has been known to swing wildly following reports of major bitcoin thefts, though sometimes fails to react at all.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/11/03/a-major-bitcoin-exchange-has-a-serious-problem/amp/

Someone accidentally uses CC instead of BCC in their newsletter and now they have "Massive" problems?

Some scary shit right there.
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November 04, 2019, 04:22:32 PM
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November 04, 2019, 04:24:41 PM

Funny how Germany is all fucked up. I wonder what their problem is (was). They just hate(d) the idea of unity.

At the risk of invoking our resident repellant resistant insect, Germany is the cauldron of European civilization.


FTFY      Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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November 04, 2019, 04:26:05 PM

Observing 1BTC= $9318 as soon as look like to see $9500+  Cheesy
1Bitcoin=1Bitcoin no doub.  
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November 04, 2019, 04:31:38 PM

A Major Bitcoin Exchange Has A ‘Massive’ Problem
Bitcoin exchanges and platforms never seem far from scandal, with crypto investors always nervously awaiting the next bitcoin hack or data breach.

The bitcoin price has been known to swing wildly following reports of major bitcoin thefts, though sometimes fails to react at all.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/11/03/a-major-bitcoin-exchange-has-a-serious-problem/amp/

Someone accidentally uses CC instead of BCC in their newsletter and now they have "Massive" problems?

Some scary shit right there.

No idea for that it may be this news are effects people  when someone confused Fundamental analysis is lost.
You are agree this news some of think?  
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November 04, 2019, 04:37:01 PM

Correct, the deal Will not be made if our Mandatory needs are not met. However if it Will comfort you we can do an Annonimity contract so both sides are protected and we have the necessary funds in order to move forward.

Can't change the deal. What is an Annonimity (sic) contract?

It's quite simple, if the escrow address is funded, you (and everyone else) can see the coins there. Why would you not take the deal as stated that is already fair? You can't accept anything until you've performed what you claim to do, preferably with other proof of it.

The end result is a simple "if then" evaluation. "If not" then of course, you don't get anything.
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November 04, 2019, 04:46:48 PM

At the risk of invoking our resident repellant resistant insect, Germany is the cauldron of European civilization.


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November 04, 2019, 04:49:18 PM

In Germany, every brewery was a state  Grin

Only problem..... there is nothing good brewing in Germany Roll Eyes
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November 04, 2019, 04:56:17 PM

I dispute that the last bull run was much about normies waking up

Then you would be wrong.  I've personally talked to numerous boomer-types that know nothing about markets who bought the pump and dump to $20k.  That was the 'shoeshine boy' pump and dump event of Bitcoin.  So if all those people already entered the market, who is the greater fool supposed to be if you wish to pull off another craptocurrency pump and dump scam?  You literally need to wait years, decades, for new fools to be born.
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November 04, 2019, 05:07:00 PM

uber doober bull porn, skip to 1:14 to miss the clickbaity intro

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQ3TYKi46eg
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November 04, 2019, 05:08:14 PM

BONUS: Suggest the new poll!

When will be the new ATH?

Choices:
Early 2020
Late 2020
Early 2021
Late 2021
2022
2023
2024
Never


But what does ATH means here. A moment when price will reach over old ATH of 20k and make new all time high, or ATH of the new bitcoin cycle?  I voted 2022 for the second. But I believe that Bitcoin will reach $20k much earlier then that.
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November 04, 2019, 05:12:06 PM

Premier league get cooler every week

For some reason I've never witnessed a single intelligent person ever who watches sports.  That track record looks very likely to continue.
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November 04, 2019, 05:12:53 PM

A Major Bitcoin Exchange Has A ‘Massive’ Problem
Bitcoin exchanges and platforms never seem far from scandal, with crypto investors always nervously awaiting the next bitcoin hack or data breach.

The bitcoin price has been known to swing wildly following reports of major bitcoin thefts, though sometimes fails to react at all.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/11/03/a-major-bitcoin-exchange-has-a-serious-problem/amp/

Someone accidentally uses CC instead of BCC in their newsletter and now they have "Massive" problems?

Some scary shit right there.

The article is a bit hyperbolic I'll agree but anything that helps the scammers should be avoided. We know there's a subset of scumbags that are looking for any phishing edge they can get.
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