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Question: How low will we go before we see $10K again?
<$8,000 - 24 (38.1%)
$8,000-8,200 - 7 (11.1%)
$8,200-$8,400 - 2 (3.2%)
$8,400-$8,600 - 17 (27%)
$8,600-$8,800 - 6 (9.5%)
$8,800-$9,000 - 7 (11.1%)
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December 05, 2019, 01:24:07 AM

where is present btc hashrate ? (still)
see a response

https://twitter.com/DoveyWan/status/1201928567132549120
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December 05, 2019, 01:32:49 AM
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I customized the image of a Maine Coon and transformed it with a Cypherpunk Maine Coon style, it has a Bitcoin B in binary code and the Bitcointalk logo with 14 degrees of inclination.

xhomerx10 Is it possible to make a hat with this spawn? : Smiley

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December 05, 2019, 01:48:09 AM

As if I am trying to impress anyone....  Roll Eyes

Everyone that's been here for more than 10 days knows you just talk to hear yourself.

Oh you are back, and attempting to employ the royal we, too?  Great.

Thought that WO thread participants were lucky enough to experience your disappearance from the thread a few months ago when you were talking some other nonsense baloney shit.. and now you are back?


You must be feeling somewhat invigorated by some of BTC's price movements of the past few weeks?  What other diptwat troll/shill no coiner bitcoin naysayer will show up next? joinoiv?
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December 05, 2019, 02:08:27 AM



perfect
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December 05, 2019, 02:13:37 AM

I like that belt buckle but dunno if I could swing the P.I.M.P look.  Jot me down for a bookend if you do a run.

Not as it is, that steel will surface rust.
Gold plated would be gaudy

Actually, yes, rust was my main concern. Powder coated or enameled for the win.

I am really impressed how well a hot oil finish holds up actually, but I can look into powder coat.  It will, of course, increase the cost, orange or black?
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December 05, 2019, 02:59:35 AM

I like that belt buckle but dunno if I could swing the P.I.M.P look.  Jot me down for a bookend if you do a run.

Not as it is, that steel will surface rust.
Gold plated would be gaudy

Actually, yes, rust was my main concern. Powder coated or enameled for the win.

I am really impressed how well a hot oil finish holds up actually, but I can look into powder coat.  It will, of course, increase the cost, orange or black?
I actually like the steel look best but black would be preferable to orange. I trust your judgment on the hot oil finish.
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December 05, 2019, 04:49:43 AM
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They literally printing the market up these days, about time for a nice 20% dump i guess.




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December 05, 2019, 06:10:47 AM


https://twitter.com/BXRekt/status/1202216723912544257

Just hodl, you will live quieter, the whales keep playing Grin
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I customized the image of a Maine Coon and transformed it with a Cypherpunk Maine Coon style, it has a Bitcoin B in binary code and the Bitcointalk logo with 14 degrees of inclination.

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Excellent, xhomerx10, I really like this cypherpunk cat.

Tnx.
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December 05, 2019, 06:33:19 AM
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Just realized that the money I'm using today is worth less than the Satoshi equivalent.  
This has been true since Bitcoin was around $4000  
Bitcoin overtakes one by one at first, then it becomes clear. HODL  
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December 05, 2019, 08:10:17 AM

Bitcoin 6k 2017! Bitcoin 6k 2018! Bitcoin 6k 2019! Bitcoin 2020?

Bitcoin 2020! Grin
Not funny, man, not funny at all.  Undecided
 
Although I would have bought it at such a price with pleasure... Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Cool


Jeez, adjust your bust before it combusts. Didn't mean $2020...  Undecided

It was supposed to look like a presidential candidacy announcement: Bitcoin 2020! Get it?  Wink
Copy that! Cheesy
 Thank you for explaining... Smiley
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December 05, 2019, 08:53:21 AM

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Bitcoin BEAM indicator

#bitcoin #btc

Live here: https://digitalik.net/btc/beam_indicator

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https://twitter.com/digitalikNet/status/1202383513552609280?s=20

Very intresting indicator:
 
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BEAM stands for "Bitcoin Economics Adaptive Multiple" and is the result of experimenting with various indicator types and formulas for almost 2 years. Various other designs were dropped or improved until reaching a satisfying result.

BEAM may look like a typical indicator, but can also be used as a basis for an anti-cyclical investment plan for Bitcoin as well as other crypto assets whose cycle is tied to that of Bitcoin. Roughly speaking, BEAM divides the price of bitcoin at any given moment to a moving average of past prices. This makes price trends more clearly visible.


This indicator is also available in tradingview to play with:
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BEAM on TradingView
I developed BEAM in Pine Script on Tradingview.com. Recently I published “BEAM” and “BEAM Bands” there. So at Tradingview.com you can apply them to charts by clicking the Indicators button and searching for them. To apply them to Bitcoin I recommend that you enter “BNC:BLX” for displaying the “BreaveNewCoin Liquid Index for Bitcoin” chart and set the time frame to 1 day. The BLX chart shows all historical Bitcoin prices since mid 2010.

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December 05, 2019, 11:35:54 AM

Hello goodmorning, noon, ......



WO is quiet ....


Price sideways



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Last edit: December 05, 2019, 11:54:02 AM by Last of the V8s

Tradingview is down so I can't make my savvy decisions.
Probably best just muck about on here.

edit: BEAM broke tradingview?
e2: we're back
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December 05, 2019, 11:50:44 AM



Who Wants Bitcoin For $680? A Sudden Flash Crash On Binance USDS Market Sank BTC Price

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The largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, went through a sudden flash crash on the world’s most popular platform, Binance. The price lost a tremendous chunk of its value, going down to as low as $680 in an instant. It happened with the BTC/USDS trading pair, and it allowed those who had placed low orders to have them filled during the recovery, which came just as quickly.
https://cryptopotato.com/who-wants-bitcoin-for-680-a-sudden-flash-crash-on-binance-usds-market-sank-btc-price/

Damn it, I have no purchase orders in these quantities, $680!!! I will have to allocate a part of Fiat in the lower parts, with these incompetent maybe there is luck.

shit of exchanges
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December 05, 2019, 11:50:51 AM
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Homes, boats, metals, stocks, t bills, and fiat are all shitcoins compared to King Bitcoin. If you own any of these you should be divesting them (especially in the US during economic bubble highs) and making your portfolio more exclusively dedicated to the one and only true King.

Why are you constantly suggesting such extremities lately?
I think you mean well, but it pretty much applies only in your case.

Every single time you do it, I think of this imaginary dialog:

CT - Why would anyone sell off a healthy business for BTC?
LS - To be truly free.
CT - Okay, but it's on auto, I don't have to do anything much, I don't feel restrained somehow, instead rather grateful to be able to buy BTC.
LS - I'm all-in on BTC.
CT - Good for you. Maybe I'll flip for BTC something useless to me.

Credit for the last part, you got me thinking.
But what are you going to do when you're a zillionaire Lambie? Home? Boat? Nothing?

Sorry CT I was going over some pages that I had just skimmed and caught this comment I missed from you.

If your business is your livelihood I would not consider it a shitcoin but I would consider it as a job and not something to abandon for Bitcoin unless two factors are present. If you A. didnt enjoy it, and B. could afford to never work again, then it is a shitcoin and I would advise selling it for King Bitcoin.

I was an entrepreneur for the better part of a decade and enjoyed it at the time, I would not have sold my business at the time for Bitcoin, but I certainly would have dumped all my liquid savings into it if I had discovered it earlier. I sold my business after I came to believe it wasn't my calling in life anymore. The other assets I owned were all shitcoins in my eyes within a few days of researching heavily on the King and his glory.

I had completely sold my business and moved on to something else in life before discovering the glory of King Bitcoin in 2013/14 so it was a moot point for me.

As to what Ill do if zillionaire status is achieved, I will mostly deal with it when it happens. I can say that when my wealth got to where I never needed to work again I chose to keep working since I still get a lot of fulfillment out of it. I dont know how long this will last but the day it ends I will retire early.

The cause of the betterment of humanity via sound money is my primary motivator, not wealth.
 

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Homes, boats, metals, stocks, t bills, and fiat are all shitcoins compared to King Bitcoin. If you own any of these you should be divesting them (especially in the US during economic bubble highs) and making your portfolio more exclusively dedicated to the one and only true King.

Why are you constantly suggesting such extremities lately?
I think you mean well, but it pretty much applies only in your case.

Every single time you do it, I think of this imaginary dialog:

CT - Why would anyone sell off a healthy business for BTC?
LS - To be truly free.
CT - Okay, but it's on auto, I don't have to do anything much, I don't feel restrained somehow, instead rather grateful to be able to buy BTC.
LS - I'm all-in on BTC.
CT - Good for you. Maybe I'll flip for BTC something useless to me.

Credit for the last part, you got me thinking.
But what are you going to do when you're a zillionaire Lambie? Home? Boat? Nothing?

Salty cunt tears and rantings from a man with a mission to type and stress himself to an early grave.  Shocked


Cry more BearTard  Wink, sell some of those shitcoins you are holding and buy more Bitcoin and you wont be such a compulsive wreck angrily typing walls of gibberish.

Telling people to not invest above 10 percent is one of the stupidest things Ive ever heard from a long time hodler. How did you navigate through life with such a tiny pair.  Roll Eyes

Type less and work on time management you silly toxic little cunt, it might help out with your blood pressure, bc I dont need to see your medical history to know you have rage typed yourself into hypertension and other health ailments.

To suggest my style and the Bear Troll I doxed and slayed is the same makes me think your physical ailments from wall typing induced hypertension is affecting your congnitive processes. Kaminska was a Keynsian Financial Times journalist with a consistent Bitcoin bashing agenda. She posted porn often, spammed relentlessly and spewed hatred at all times. Take the porn away and she mostly resembles you out of all the posters. I know its not actually you bc i doxed her, otherwise I might be suspicious you were her alt account, as no one other than you has wasted as much time angrily posting their life away as she did.

Anyway, the more you fight it and gnash your teeth at my predictions the more likely we go down till the Bargain Boyz step in.  Wink The JJG indicator is still undefeated, the sorcery is real.  Grin
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December 05, 2019, 12:36:10 PM


Meme rejected.

The amount didn't change, the value did!
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December 05, 2019, 12:38:36 PM

WO is quiet ....
Price sideways

Rick came home from a terrible day at the office yesterday, and we went out for drinks, nachos and queso (with seasoned ground beef. MMMMM.) They are doing a reorg at EvilCorp and he's very upset with the new manager that has been assigned to him. I believe it was the first time I've ever seen him come home as upset as he was, and frustrated due to work. He was planning on retiring n months from now, but doesn't think he can last that long due to EvilCorps latest management reshuffle, and needs to wait for at least one more vesting cycle to comfortably meet his tax obligations for FY2019.

He mused "I wish Bitcoin was at $20k so I could just retire off my own stash" while mostly venting, and me listening.

I really don't want to sound like a little first-world-problems princess-bitch like this, but I really do miss the days of me lamenting the boredom of being stuck in a $10k range for a bit.

Were we back at $10k right now, I would liquidate enough Bitcoin to rescue Rick from wage-slavery, understanding it's going against my own long-term best interests. I really wish I could break OpSec and share storytime, but... yeah... the idiots have practically gained control of Silicon Valley upper management now at EvilCorp. It's getting bad out there, folks.

Very sad to me how shit rises to the top, while hard working and passionate senior engineers get utterly abused and humiliated, by being forced to serve under managers that couldn't code "Hello World" in BASIC.

EvilCorp may or may not be a "Big Five" tech company, FWIW. I'll leave it up to you guys to image.
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December 05, 2019, 12:44:48 PM
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Bob:

1) When thinking about the time spent stuck at 10k, just remember that a few years ago we were bitching endlessly about how it was stuck at $600. That was so damn annoying, we wished it would DO SOMETHING....

2) In terms of SV leadership, they have always been bad and reptillian evil. The problem is people keep falling for the hype of "this time it's different", "our motto is Do No Evil!", "We have a rave hall in the back of the data center".

Sorry, that BS was pedalled in the late 80's, in the 90's (FTP Software), 2000's (LoudCloud), Mid 2000's (Google), late 2000's (Apple and Jobs the moron), right up to today. They have always been bad, your partner is just having his eyes opened.
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