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January 03, 2020, 04:51:16 PM


In English: cat, hat;
In French, chat, chapeau.
Ja, das ist eine Katze Hut
If you must know.

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I can not attach it to my profile, activity 98..., at the moment, I'm going to buy a frame, I'll hang it in my office. Cool

Thanks xhomerx10, is perfect, design, texture, background, beautiful, proud of this hat. Wink




Now I remember that today also 1 year ago that xhomerx10 made my hat, I had the merits but I didn't have the activity.
thanks xhomerx10, time goes by quickly.

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January 03, 2020, 04:52:48 PM

... as mad as spending two years in the Antarctic sucking slime out of dead whale skulls to make margarine.

It's a growth industry.
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Happy 11th birthday Bitcoinland.



Up a wee after debarting... currently $7391USD/$9595CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Go Bitcoin go.
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#HappyBirthdayBitcoin

Put on the hat.

You put a price in....

it enters the competition or else it gets the hoes again

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January 03, 2020, 05:09:04 PM

I love how most people are going with somewhat conservative/bearish predictions in Mic's game. That's a very positive signal.

Still too many $10K+ bulltards though Sad
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January 03, 2020, 05:11:39 PM

Number going up, yo.


Seems new year rally begins! Cheesy

6+% increase in the last 24 hour time frame, good enough to convince investors to make investments in 2020 to get more reaps.

Any whale action or just organic growth?
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OT: Holy shit, is Palladium in an uber massive spec bubble or what?  Shocked
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Number going up, yo.


Seems new year rally begins! Cheesy

6+% increase in the last 24 hour time frame, good enough to convince investors to make investments in 2020 to get more reaps.

Any whale action or just organic growth?

Maybe loss harvesting sellers are rebuying already? How long is the mandatory delay to rebuy in the US?
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January 03, 2020, 05:35:08 PM

I love how most people are going with somewhat conservative/bearish predictions in Mic's game. That's a very positive signal.

Still too many $10K+ bulltards though Sad

I think many also following theymos lead....
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January 03, 2020, 05:35:41 PM
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I'm sorry to dissapoint you Cheesy

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53512078#msg53512078

Bitcoin in a few days can do many things, there are many days (131) left before halving.
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January 03, 2020, 05:47:20 PM

I love how most people are going with somewhat conservative/bearish predictions in Mic's game. That's a very positive signal.

Still too many $10K+ bulltards though Sad

I think many also following theymos lead....

Yeah, maybe that too. And TBH theymos was very right in advising prudence near the top of the past bubble among other things.

Btw, congrats on making theymos participate Wink


^^
I'm sorry to dissapoint you Cheesy

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53512078#msg53512078

Bitcoin in a few days can do many things, there are many days (131) left before halving.


Gosh, another the king of the bulltards! Angry

... Wish you all the fucking luck though! My life would change incredibly if you were the one winning it!  Kiss  (#nohomo)

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January 03, 2020, 05:56:47 PM

I love how most people are going with somewhat conservative/bearish predictions in Mic's game. That's a very positive signal.

Still too many $10K+ bulltards though Sad

I think many also following theymos lead....

Yeah, maybe that too. And TBH theymos was very right in advising prudence near the top of the past bubble among other things.

The most important point he makes in his post is about the inflation rate which also means the price on halving day is irrelevant if you're capable of looking beyond the end of your beergut. Until recent times the arrival of new coins has been like a waterfall roaring away in the background. Now it's heading towards winding down to a trickle over the next few years and then a drip.
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January 03, 2020, 06:03:10 PM

I love how most people are going with somewhat conservative/bearish predictions in Mic's game. That's a very positive signal.

Still too many $10K+ bulltards though Sad

I think many also following theymos lead....

Yeah, maybe that too. And TBH theymos was very right in advising prudence near the top of the past bubble among other things.

The most important point he makes in his post is about the inflation rate which also means the price on halving day is irrelevant if you're capable of looking beyond the end of your beergut. Until recent times new coins have been like a waterfall roaring away in the background. Now it's heading towards winding down to a trickle over the next few years and then a drip.

Yes, but that would be more influential for a longer timeframe prediction (ie: Post halving, like 6 months, 1 year later). For pre halving I think this time there will be a considerable pressure of front-runners even if there could even be some short-lived dump right after the halving.

Totally agree with Theymos analisys, but I think he isn't taking into account the front-running effect two weeks before the halving. Of course that's just my opinion plus there are many unknown factors that might change everything.
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Isn't it strange that scammer CSW is listed in that article (I constrained myself from clicking on any video linked in the article involving that fucktwat), as if he had anything to do with bitcoin, beyond attempting to mislead, deceive and scam innocent peeps?  So to me it seems that any link or reference to him would also have a misleading, deceiving and scamming impact, no?

TLDR: Idea of bitcoin 11 year b-day completely valid... Idea that fucktwat scamster knows anything about it besides reading about it misleading, deceptive and scammy at best.

Can we cite a better article regarding king daddy's 11 year old b-day... wouldn't any of us have liked to have been a "king daddy" at only 11?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 03, 2020, 06:11:11 PM

Yes, but that would be more influential for a longer timeframe prediction (ie: Post halving, like 6 months, 1 year later). For pre halving I think this time there will be a considerable pressure of front-runners even if there could even be some short-lived dump right after the halving.

Totally agree with Theymos analisys, but I think he isn't taking into account the front-running effect two weeks before the halving. Of course that's just my opinion plus there are many unknown factors that might change everything.

Indeed. I'm way past caring about the halving price myself but everyone else might be balls deep in Bitmex and screaming themselves to sleep.
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January 03, 2020, 06:33:41 PM
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To anyone interested I posted a new thread, similar ot this one, about Bitcoin Options.

Everything you wanted to know about BTC options but were afraid to ask!

I tried to explain Options In the most simple, yet correct terms.
Hope you enjoy it!
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I remember as far back as 2010 trying to photocopy £20 notes at work & the printer coming up with big error messages.

Separately there was an instagram page as recent as a couple of years ago that was selling fake notes. They shut it down. They passed the pen test in shops, never tried to bank them though.


A few years ago, I had a guy give me two $100 bills, and he seemed to be in a bit of a hurry (I recall that he was a bit of a stocky and well built guy in his 40s and even appeared to be a kind of thug.. like he might pull a gun on me or even want to beat me up if I turned my back on him), and when I looked at the two $100 bills, I could NOT read the small vertical numbers, and I cannot recall if I had tried to identify a watermark.

My inability to read the small vertical numbers was enough for me to assert that I was not accepting those two bills.  He then insisted that I use a pen to verify their authenticity, and I told him that I could give less than two shits about a pen test (I said it nicer than that), and he continued to insist, so I did the pen test on them, and they passed.  He continued to insist that i accept the bills as payment and I said no fucking way (nicer than that)...

It took a few minutes before that thug appearing guy stopped trying to get me to take those two bills, and I should have called the police on that fucktwat, just because he was so damned persistent with trying to get me to take obvious fake bills... and he seemed to think that he could persuade me to take those two bills because they passed the pen test...

Seems to me that some people just have "bully" or "thug" built right into their way of interacting with other people, and gotta feel sorry for some small retail businesses that might get stuck with people like that inside their business, and there might not be personnel to get rid of them. That was the vibe that I got from that dude.

I remember as far back as 2010 trying to photocopy £20 notes at work & the printer coming up with big error messages.

Separately there was an instagram page as recent as a couple of years ago that was selling fake notes. They shit it down.

A geezer I knew worked in a scrap yard and they'd only pay him in forged £20 notes.

They were fucking awful and you could tell instantly yet he still managed to get rid of almost all of them. Every shop assistant he offloaded them on would twitch the moment they touched them but they stuck them in the till anyway.

Maybe I met some variation of that guy?  A brother from another mother, perhaps?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Isn't it strange that scammer CSW is listed in that article (I constrained myself from clicking on any video linked in the article involving that fucktwat), as if he had anything to do with bitcoin, beyond attempting to mislead, deceive and scam innocent peeps?  So to me it seems that any link or reference to him would also have a misleading, deceiving and scamming impact, no?

TLDR: Idea of bitcoin 11 year b-day completely valid... Idea that fucktwat scamster knows anything about it besides reading about it misleading, deceptive and scammy at best.

Can we cite a better article regarding king daddy's 11 year old b-day... wouldn't any of us have liked to have been a "king daddy" at only 11?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah, my mistake. i should have add "alert message" i tried to find another piece when v8 pointed out but not much success, end up with War+anniversary+pump type of articles.

Btw i didn't notice any toxic or misleading stuff in existing piece (except hypocrisy pattern if you would like to call it). please feel free to correct me if there is any misleading drama, i might learn something out of it.
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Isn't it strange that scammer CSW is listed in that article (I constrained myself from clicking on any video linked in the article involving that fucktwat), as if he had anything to do with bitcoin, beyond attempting to mislead, deceive and scam innocent peeps?  So to me it seems that any link or reference to him would also have a misleading, deceiving and scamming impact, no?

TLDR: Idea of bitcoin 11 year b-day completely valid... Idea that fucktwat scamster knows anything about it besides reading about it misleading, deceptive and scammy at best.

Can we cite a better article regarding king daddy's 11 year old b-day... wouldn't any of us have liked to have been a "king daddy" at only 11?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

What are you mumbling about "king daddies" and 11 years old you perv?

And where is your prediction on Mic's game? We are all waiting for your wall-of-text prediction over there. C'on show those wordless noobs how it's done!  Grin
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January 03, 2020, 06:51:30 PM

JJG is very cautious, I think he will be on theymos line, which is not a bad prediction and possibly that is the scenario,
but Bitcoin is an indomitable beast, we must not forget this.
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