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Question: Feb. 15 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (2.5%)
<$8,500 - 6 (5.1%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 3 (2.5%)
$9,001-$9,500 - 2 (1.7%)
$9,501-$10,000 - 13 (11%)
$10,001-$10,500 - 30 (25.4%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 21 (17.8%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 14 (11.9%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 7 (5.9%)
>$12,000 - 10 (8.5%)
>$30,000 - 9 (7.6%)
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November 21, 2019, 10:12:03 PM

Put the hat on micman!
Wear it until we start to move up again. See out the hard time with us Cheesy
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November 21, 2019, 10:15:19 PM

Put the hat on micman!
Wear it until we start to move up again. See out the hard time with us Cheesy

it will appear.....

Mean time Mic-men is observing ........ meh, far to LOW of a price.....
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November 21, 2019, 10:17:32 PM

A noob came with an idea LOL

Many banks have been entered to the cryptocurrency, I think they may open the branches for blockchain, where they may control the deposits and withdrawals i,e if someone opens his account through any bank, he may keep the bictoins on that banks wallet like he keeps it in the blockchain wallet, then banks may charge a little fee, by the way bank may fix the price for 3 months period for the people who want to exchange bitcoin for fiat money. I think it is happening, there are many blockchain banks.

Not sure should I laugh or kill myself and save my soul 🤣 😂

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I think they may open the branches for blockchain, where they may control the deposits and withdrawals
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if someone opens his account through any bank, he may keep the bictoins on that banks wallet like he keeps it in the blockchain wallet, then banks may charge a little fee
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bank may fix the price for 3 months period for the people who want to exchange bitcoin for fiat money.
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I think it is happening, there are many blockchain banks.

I blame the merit system 🤪


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November 21, 2019, 10:21:28 PM

Put the hat on micman!
Wear it until we start to move up again. See out the hard time with us Cheesy

it will appear.....

Mean time Mic-men is observing ........ meh, far to LOW of a price.....

Just in my HODLnest (Trademark micman) looking at the price & HM’s fractal, smiling. Everything will be good boys, probably over $20,000 this time next year. Lots of cheap coins until the halving though, I’m still gobbling them all up.
Goodnight WO’s
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November 21, 2019, 10:25:33 PM


Goodnight WO’s
Good night!
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November 21, 2019, 10:40:39 PM

Keep calm and this is fine.



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Amazing Hat one of the coolest I have seen, is it a request or just there for occasions (like now for a few days?)

Love it

  Thank you Mr. MicG and it is for everyone any time this is fine. Smiley
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November 21, 2019, 11:12:30 PM

Love the new hat, one of your best! Wish I could try it on without losing my wandering eye.  Grin

Still hoping for a surprise 10yr anniversary hat before the 29th deadline
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November 21, 2019, 11:25:31 PM

Love the new hat, one of your best!

Still hoping for a surprise 10yr anniversary hat before the 29th deadline

 Thank you very much Icygreen.  I just find images to stick on hats though; most of the credit should go to KC Green as he is the genius behind "This is fine".  He monetizes it here <--- not an affiliate link

edit: Still hoping for some divine inspiration  Embarrassed
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November 21, 2019, 11:32:04 PM

Love the new hat, one of your best!

 Thank you very much Icygreen.  I just find images to stick on hats though; most of the credit should go to KC Green as he is the genius behind "This is fine".  He monetizes it here <--- not an affiliate link



By the way.... one with that awesome crypto/BTC wizard would be very very cool as well Grin
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November 21, 2019, 11:46:41 PM

29th deadline

29th? I guess it's 22nd.
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November 21, 2019, 11:50:03 PM
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Love the new hat, one of your best!

 Thank you very much Icygreen.  I just find images to stick on hats though; most of the credit should go to KC Green as he is the genius behind "This is fine".  He monetizes it here <--- not an affiliate link


Too humble bro, you deserve credit.
Yes, we know they aren't your original images but its 100% your good attitude, generosity and creativity we support.  



 
Oh shit your right!

One Day left.
Come on HOMER! 
You're welcome to use this image.
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November 21, 2019, 11:51:33 PM


Dammit f*** ask for a proper HAT...........
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November 22, 2019, 01:08:12 AM
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#HODLsleep.......

First night at my and cryptoqueeen’s new place.... in our new HODLnest......

And emptied a full bottle of white wine while watching Nothing Hill  Shocked LoL

Classic first night entrance !!!!

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November 22, 2019, 01:23:20 AM

The first time I read about this FUD was a few days ago. It got me worried.
Fair but unsubstantiated. A quick fact-check (since you don't seem to fully understand how things work, which is fine since the supermajority doesn't) with a single search should have lifted it.

I trust WO.
Very dangerous and bad. Almost everyone here is self-interested; rarely anyone altruistic.

Why do you have to respond so aggressively?
Ad nauseam -> aggressive responses. Is fine as long as I'm right; would be very bad were it both wrong and aggressive.

Am I so powerful and important as to be able to harm Core contributors with my questions? If nothing else, this whole discussion benefits those who may have been affected by that FUD. It clears things up and motivates us to dig deeper and understand the protocol, how it works, what's possible and what's not.
There is no discussion to begin with as I've told you. Should we discuss things that can't affect Bitcoin ever in regards to Bitcoin as a serious discussion? Roll Eyes Re: harming Core contributors you missed the point. That's the whole goal by Shellby et. al. and they keep winning at it, which just shows why you absolutely should not trust WO as many WO-members initially got worried about it.  

Hope all of that has helped. Kiss

It seems to me that we should be bringing up any topic that we want without threats of getting red tagged for bringing up topics, but I do agree with you, Lauda, that the topic is nonsense and it is an attack vector that is propagated by trolls, including a banned member going through others... so yeah, the topic is surely exhausting because it seems to be an attempted attack vector and to make it seem as if it were an actual valid concern.  I don't claim to know technicalities about it, so I can see why some members would get confused including AlcoHoDl, and you are correct, Lauda, that quite a few WO members seem to have gotten confused about this matter too.. but many had gotten confused about the blocksize debate too, and that comes up from time to time, even by well-intended WO regulars.
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November 22, 2019, 01:31:19 AM

Anybody buying significant amounts of corn now or waiting for lower?

I’m stuck in two minds.....

Same here. I can't buy SIGNIFICANT amounts though, as my IRL finances are currently not as good as they used to be. Struggling to use my scalping proceeds left on exchanges to do a final buy. Have not pulled the trigger yet. Some leftover limit buy orders are being triggered on the way down though, but other than that I have not manually intervened yet (not cancelled nor entered any new orders).

Anyways, whatever I do, it won't significantly (percentually) change my outcome (the Bitcoin count).

P.S.: In the worst case, if I don't act before, my final decision will probably be around $6.5K.

I'm like that too, sometimes, meaning that sometimes it seems that the buy orders are not really adding up to be very much and then there are also questions about whether new money can be injected.  Sometimes it might be questionable about how much new money to inject, if any, even though I don't have any  kind of meaningful RL cashflow issues, at this time.   On the other hand, if BTC prices were to go down to below $5k, again, then there could be some perception of cash flow issues and needing to conserve, and those would surely be scary situations, and that is what bearwhales would like to achieve, if they are able to achieve it.
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November 22, 2019, 01:37:16 AM




yep, 'attic mining (sell the crap out of the attic on eBay and buying BTC with whatever I get for such)

I dumped in $616 USD for BTC or 0.0799999092 BTC Smiley Every little bit helps. Again, if it doesn't come back someday to at least $10k then this whole BTC/Crypto endeavor is toast anyway.

So the bit of 'dust' I manage to accumulate till then is meh! (hell, at least I'll have a clean attic and can make a rec room) Smiley

what the hell, I figure it has to get back to $10k someday or anyone in HODL mode will be beyond screwed...

so indeed, cheap junk = cheap coin on the above 'attic minning'

(now to get motivated to do this 'boring' selling on ebay again...groan!)

Remember: It is NOT the price of the BTC when you buy it now, it is the fact that you did get some BTC now vs months/years from now.

Accumulate/HODL/Success Smiley

later

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November 22, 2019, 02:00:29 AM

Guys, I've been reading this crazy stuff posted by someone called "Shelby Moore" (whose messages were recently re-posted in the WO thread by user THX 1138), about how all coins held in SegWit addresses will be donated to miners, as they are free-to-spend coins in the legacy (pre-SegWit) blockchain, and only the coins held in legacy addresses will stay intact and belonging to their owners (private key holders).

It is technically possible. Indisputably.

Is it likely? Who knows?

Then again, we've been discussing this possibility (i.e., sounding this alarm) since before segwit activated. It ain't new knowledge. Well, Shelby's affixing a date to it is more recent. But this vulnerability has been known from the beginning.

Me? Yes, I do worry about it. OTOH, less than 1% of my BTC has any segwit anywhere in their current or past. And this possibility is but one reason for this.
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November 22, 2019, 02:03:48 AM
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...free-to-spend coins in the legacy (pre-SegWit) blockchain...

This is pretty old big blocker FUD. If this would be a real issue, why is there a segwit address with 190000 bitcoin? 35hK24tcLEWcgNA4JxpvbkNkoAcDGqQPsP

Are the miners stupid or why don't they grab these AnyOneCanSpend bitcoin?

Because they are not stupid.

Because it only works once.

Because tomorrow, there will be 19000+x BTC in segwit addresses.
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November 22, 2019, 02:52:49 AM

Anybody buying significant amounts of corn now or waiting for lower?

I’m stuck in two minds.....

Just keep buying as you are doing.... don’t buy less don’t buy more, you have it all figured out pretty good AFAIK and have seen Smiley

You are doing a great job bro!

Keep stacking sats, keep having some back up for whenever it’s needed and just keep handling your strategy as you do!

You know my personal target, I’ve told you enough times privately Cheesy
If I had the choice though I’d rather just head straight to the moon & fuck that OCD target.

This is just like in 2015, miserable sideways, then down, then sideways, then down, then up to where we started, then sideways, then down etc & repeat.

I think once we get to maybe March we’ll get & stay above $10,000 as the halving should surely get factored in then.
No I think it's very reasonable to want to put together one whole coin.
 Cheesy
Seriously I can never bear to wait for lower prices. I like to get in and out of my exchanges as quick as possible. Unlike my lovers obviously, where I don't mind leaving my deposit for a good long ... i think i'd better stop


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