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Question: Where will this rally top out?
Already topped <$7,000 - 14 (22.2%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 4 (6.3%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 7 (11.1%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 3 (4.8%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 5 (7.9%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 1 (1.6%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 0 (0%)
$10K+ - 29 (46%)
Total Voters: 63

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November 09, 2019, 09:19:04 PM
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Cheers and have a fine weekend brothers of the Wall

Keep spending time with loved ones Smiley



Quoted my own post.....  Roll Eyes just to say the two persons merit this post = 1 became a loved one IRL and meeting more as once a year, the other one damn would wanna meet IRL and still think that it eventually will happen even if super private whiteout me sharing d*ck #nohomo  .....

But would loved to spend times with you guys, damn is the gin and full bottle of pouilly fumé talking right now??

Mic STFU!!!!!!!
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Btw took this at home in my front yard

Is this what bitcoinpshyco is taken??

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mic, don’t fucking do iiiiiiiiiittttt.

I’ve taken lots of drugs in my life but mushrooms are probably the worst experience ever. Only once & never again for me. Don’t ever think about it.

Edit - And love you too

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November 09, 2019, 09:30:50 PM

US Dollar Dominates 65.49% Market Share In Fiat-To-BTC Trading.

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As of 13:14 (UTC) on Nov 9, Coinhills statistics show that the US Dollar is the most traded national currency for Bitcoin, dominating 65.49% of the global fiat-to-BTC market, followed by the Korean Won (17.73%), the Japanese Yen (13.97%), the Euro (1.48%), and the British Pound (0.55%).


Source:  https://www.coinness.com/news/454748

The so-called "dollar hegemony" is present, the good thing is that Bitcoin will always dominate.
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November 09, 2019, 09:42:03 PM
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Whatever...

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November 09, 2019, 09:46:53 PM
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Bitcoin also seen as impossible or fantastical, here you can see its true lineage and just how disruptive it will be. Better than we imagine today!

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This 1967 educational film strip was deemed “impossible” and “fantastical” by many observers at the time.
With the input from scientists at Bell Labs it painted a future of 2020.
It predicted elements of the technologies precisely.
From e-commerce to social networks—in 1967

https://twitter.com/BrianRoemmele/status/1192635726648578050
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November 09, 2019, 09:48:08 PM

Y'know, the world economy would have to be have to be REALLY tanking for an Saudi Arabian oil company to issue an IPO...

...oh wait.  Undecided
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November 09, 2019, 09:56:36 PM

Y'know, the world economy would have to be have to be REALLY tanking for an Saudi Arabian oil company to issue an IPO...

...oh wait.  Undecided

I had this exact thought yesterday...why the fuck would they sell the keys to the treasury...unless...
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November 09, 2019, 10:16:00 PM

Y'know, the world economy would have to be have to be REALLY tanking for an Saudi Arabian oil company to issue an IPO...

...oh wait.  Undecided

I had this exact thought yesterday...why the fuck would they sell the keys to the treasury...unless...

Last Christmas with eggnog?  Ewwew, don't know why I said eggnog. Retail already feeling the crunch of economy, market or both.  Roll Eyes

One more from twitter,
Trump gets booed and Colbert (late night show) paints Bitcoin as boring and uncool.  Bullish  Cool  Corporate asshat

https://twitter.com/WhiteRabbitBTC/status/1192831381581246464
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November 09, 2019, 10:24:36 PM
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At this stage.... I’m not able to find the bottom of a next glass anymore

Hope I get home safe .... cheers and good HODLnight !!!
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November 09, 2019, 10:26:34 PM

You do this on purpose I swear. We worry you know.
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November 09, 2019, 10:30:40 PM

Oh no! Not Bakkt again! This is going to trigger V8!

I must admit, I don't understand Bakkt. There are a lot of different things and stuff happening with Bitcoin lately, and kinda hard to keep on top of everything that's developing or being rolled out.

Bummed out bailing on LND as "entirely unprofitable and a management nightmare", GRIN being a pile of shit (new 2080ti gaming rig on the positive side !) and nothing else being interesting to me in crypto space right now, in terms of Layer 2 Bitcorn stuff. Even Liquid is boring AF to me.

So, I will just HODL until $15k.


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November 10, 2019, 12:40:00 AM
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Watched this a second time, I'm hooked. On point narrative between bitcoin, banking, debt, currency and government risk management.  Why only 3K views?? Serious bull juice, scary AF to consider.   Cry
Simon Dixon: How Bitcoin Could Become A World Reserve Currency By 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oofk-i4uRM

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November 10, 2019, 01:04:19 AM

How much must one bitcoin cost after halving to cover mining costs? Let's say in USA.
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November 10, 2019, 01:51:42 AM
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How much must one bitcoin cost after halving to cover mining costs? Let's say in USA.

All factors being equal... one could say double than now (ie: $6Kx2=$12K). But factors are not and won't be equal. Hashrate, electricity cost, efficiency of new miners, cost of those new miners, overhead business costs, etc etc.... and more importantly which part of supply/FREE FLOAT is determined by mining sales.

In the end it all reduces to supply and demand... and mining is just a part of that supply.

Any PANIC/capitulation or FOMO/euforia phase can make mining costs completely somewhat irrelevant and disjointed from actual market price, at least in the short/medium term.

In other words, hard to predict accurately and somewhat irrelevant for most purposes.

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November 10, 2019, 01:54:05 AM

How much must one bitcoin cost after halving to cover mining costs? Let's say in USA.

if you use the most efficient miner (S17 pro) and you use an average cost of electricity in US at 10c/kwh, then with CURRENT difficulty, you would be breaking even (without amortizing the miner) at about 9.7K/btc. Obviously, difficulty is likely to be higher in 7 months.
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November 10, 2019, 02:02:09 AM

How much must one bitcoin cost after halving to cover mining costs? Let's say in USA.

if you use the most efficient miner (S17 pro) and you use an average cost of electricity in US at 10c/kwh, then with CURRENT difficulty, you would be breaking even (without amortizing the miner) at about 9.7K/btc. Obviously, difficulty is likely to be higher in 7 months.

$9.7K already for the most efficient miner? Wow... that's higher than what I currently thought.

Of course I don't think mining farms pay nowhere near to domestic 10c/kwh but, on the other hand, they DO NEED to also amortise the machines and overhead costs or go bankrupt in the long run.
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November 10, 2019, 02:11:40 AM

How much must one bitcoin cost after halving to cover mining costs? Let's say in USA.

if you use the most efficient miner (S17 pro) and you use an average cost of electricity in US at 10c/kwh, then with CURRENT difficulty, you would be breaking even (without amortizing the miner) at about 9.7K/btc. Obviously, difficulty is likely to be higher in 7 months.

$9.7K already for the most efficient miner? Wow... that's higher than what I currently thought.

Of course I don't think mining farms pay nowhere near to domestic 10c/kwh but, on the other hand, they DO NEED to also amortise the machines and overhead costs or go bankrupt in the long run.


not already, the question was for "after halving". NOW half or $4.85K or so.
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November 10, 2019, 02:12:03 AM

Oh no! Not Bakkt again! This is going to trigger V8!

I must admit, I don't understand Bakkt. There are a lot of different things and stuff happening with Bitcoin lately, and kinda hard to keep on top of everything that's developing or being rolled out.

Bummed out bailing on LND as "entirely unprofitable and a management nightmare", GRIN being a pile of shit (new 2080ti gaming rig on the positive side !) and nothing else being interesting to me in crypto space right now, in terms of Layer 2 Bitcorn stuff. Even Liquid is boring AF to me.

So, I will just HODL until $15k.




I'm with you. My 'simplistic', and I mean that as 'very simplistic' lately at looking at BTC/Crypto is Whales in mining (with 2017 and 2018 mostly Bitmain L3+'s and S9's) getting out of HODL'ing

Bitcoin for the time being. The price always seems to do this at the beginning of the month (IMHO) and I think real-world issues of miners, not small, but not big enough at these prices,

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to sell BTC/Crypto to pay for the lease/data hall/lifestyle (in that a lot of these guys have been self-employed last few years) etc. Indeed you could make a case a lot of miners, no matter the

size, are either doubling down and buying more ASICs or cashing out as it comes in. Miners are not in a HODL group anymore at least IMHO not this year.

Also just whales in general bleeding off some of the cream of

their massive BTC/Crypto Hoard....every time we get around $9k or $10k ...(hey I said it was simplistic). Again, have to keep the trophy wife happy and stay at the lifestyle you have

become accustomed too, when BTC price was high. (Sob! I miss those days ...soooooo much) Sad

So I have 2 simplistic trains of thought about this:

1) The economy tanks into a recession and the price or BTC tanks as well, because whales/folks/etc sell for 'real-world issues' in that they bought or got into BTC/Crypto because they

had extra discretionary $$$ to spend because the economy was good. They would still like to accumulate BTC but hold off due to the turn in the economy (whenever) Smiley

2) The economy tanks into a recession and the price of BTC pumps, because whales now will HODL and folks/etc and institutions will pile into Bitcoin as a safe haven. This to use

Bitcoin as a 'virtual gold' and store of value.

As I said, this is a 'simplistic future' but I do think the economy will have to have a recession sometime with what is going on in the world and I guess a guy can flip a coin on which of

the above is true. Come to think of it a lot of my BTC/Crypto theories are 'simplistic' so I should probably just stick to flipping a coin anyway. Smiley

Again, like most things in BTC/Crypto make a choice.

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November 10, 2019, 02:22:11 AM

My money is on Rick to humbly ask Bob to sell some and Bob acquiescing if and when we would crawl to 11-13K.
That number (11K) seems to be a sell attractor. I also sold some around 11K in 2017 and perhaps 1.2K higher in 2019.
For newbs to have bitcoins someone has to sell.
It is just a theory...please don't throw any heavy objects my way  Grin
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November 10, 2019, 02:28:51 AM

BAKKT is a necessity for big money center banks e.g. goldman, morgan stanley, jpmorgan, ubs, barclays, etc to have an opportunity to gain access to BTC legitimately if they should choose to do so ... why would these banks want access to legitimate BTC? well these are the banks that have customers like major global corporations and central banks who they act as proxies in the market for (i.e. the global elites' puppets) .... imagine if BTC rapidly became a global currency and central banks did not even have a legal way to access the market? Governments are hand-tied in how they operate in the markets with the public coffers, or else they go to prison and for good reasons, however they do not like being shut out of the latest greatest game in town.
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