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Question: Jan. 17 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (2.7%)
<$6500 - 5 (4.5%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 6 (5.4%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 8 (7.2%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 16 (14.4%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 25 (22.5%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (9%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 15 (13.5%)
>$9,500 - 23 (20.7%)
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January 08, 2020, 05:34:22 PM

The last two significant movements (bart up/bart down on the hourly) have almost perfectly matched volume. I'd hoped for some asymmetry with larger activity on the leading edge (bart up). Vegeta back to snoozing.

It's too soon for Vegeta. It's way better to have some moderate gains and then some sideways. The halving is still months away, and that's just for the beginning of its effect (frontrunning aside).

Retesting $7.8K would be great. Then some sideways.

Also there is no way for continued and prolonged price increase without trapping some additional shorters for extra fuel. Margin shorters are still too little.

All is well.
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January 08, 2020, 05:35:14 PM

https://medium.com/block-digest-mempool/the-next-decade-6f8033ff7d2a?

I have written and published the first piece, a massive 30 minute read on the next decade of Bitcoin inspired by Brian Armstrong's garbage Nakamoto piece. I can't finish until tomorrow, but I will publish it broken into pieces as well. (Medium post limits)

Yes it's long, but it's also broad and deep

Where's the longish piece? I didn't find a link in the twitter thread, but maybe I'm just being slow.

By the way, did you try clicking on the medium.com link immediately above the twitter link in your above quoted text?



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January 08, 2020, 05:36:48 PM

I mostly agree, but the weekend might still have some spare fuel to burn with the reduced liquidity, so the odd pumperino can never be ruled out. Ohh her wanton ways...
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January 08, 2020, 05:37:39 PM

https://medium.com/block-digest-mempool/the-next-decade-6f8033ff7d2a?

I have written and published the first piece, a massive 30 minute read on the next decade of Bitcoin inspired by Brian Armstrong's garbage Nakamoto piece. I can't finish until tomorrow, but I will publish it broken into pieces as well. (Medium post limits)

Yes it's long, but it's also broad and deep

Where's the longish piece? I didn't find a link in the twitter thread, but maybe I'm just being slow.

By the way, did you try clicking on the medium.com link immediately above the twitter link in your above quoted text?



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January 08, 2020, 05:42:49 PM

I mostly agree, but the weekend might still have some spare fuel to burn with the reduced liquidity, so the odd pumperino can never be ruled out. Ohh her wanton ways...


Oh yeah, nothing can be ruled out. I wouldn't be surprised either if we were to keep pumping and retest $10K like the last time... But that would be, like the last time, not so good medium/long term. There's not enough fuel yet for a prolonged and sustainable raise so fast, so soon.

I try to focus on the goal of $10K+ for this year and maybe, in the best plausible scenario, an ATH in 2021. That would be absolutely GOLDEN.
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January 08, 2020, 05:59:40 PM

I suppose this is why there was so many "troop movements" yesterday, give the Iranians some stuff to blow up. Now the contractors come in, spend money, and fix everything. Everyone wins, woot.

Which would be... interesting. I wouldn't expect Trump's team to know how to play tit for tat, or even what a tit meant (well....). We'll see what happens, but an unusual departure from form.

Has it been confirmed that Iran already "accidentally" shot down its own commercial plane?  

I am not trying to discount their level of threat, but it surely seems problematic to be accidentally shooting down your own people.... I also realize that war can involve a lot of chaos (even preliminary stages of such).. so there is that, too.

Trump & Iran looking likely to have brokered peace, not giving one second to give a shit about bitcoin & WO Members.


Was wondering what happened to the $9k last night as it was surging upto $8596 when I passed out from the excitement. Smiley
So we didnt get to the meme part?
It will happen on the weekend then when everybody and their mothers are on the thread waiting to post their best vegeta. Grin

I see $8,463 as the so far high of this particular BTC price run...

Exaggerating or getting distracted into other indexes is NOT going to help to clarify matters.
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January 08, 2020, 06:06:30 PM
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I suppose this is why there was so many "troop movements" yesterday, give the Iranians some stuff to blow up. Now the contractors come in, spend money, and fix everything. Everyone wins, woot.

Which would be... interesting. I wouldn't expect Trump's team to know how to play tit for tat, or even what a tit meant (well....). We'll see what happens, but an unusual departure from form.

Has it been confirmed that Iran already "accidentally" shot down its own commercial plane?  

I am not trying to discount their level of threat, but it surely seems problematic to be accidentally shooting down your own people.... I also realize that war can involve a lot of chaos (even preliminary stages of such).. so there is that, too.

Well, is is a bit of a mystery. Iran refuses to give black boxes to Boeing to see what happened. But on the other hand, they could just be doing this because 'pissed off' at the USA.

https://www.businessinsider.com/ukraine-iran-plane-crash-black-box-boeing-2020-1

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I believe in coincidences. Coincidences happen every day. But I don't trust coincidences.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-E-o0ajGAo

So me, officially on the fence on this but also very 'skeptical' on the coincidence!

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January 08, 2020, 06:08:05 PM



I see $8,463 as the so far high of this particular BTC price run...

Exaggerating or getting distracted into other indexes is NOT going to help to clarify matters.
$8514 according to the stream I was watching last night to get the latest price before going into hodl sleep to quote micgossens (rip brother, long live elduderino Cheesy )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqhcoRBNtRo
Skip to 41:01 as I thought it just kept pumping a bit after I logged out of the stream.
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January 08, 2020, 06:20:21 PM
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I suppose this is why there was so many "troop movements" yesterday, give the Iranians some stuff to blow up. Now the contractors come in, spend money, and fix everything. Everyone wins, woot.

Which would be... interesting. I wouldn't expect Trump's team to know how to play tit for tat, or even what a tit meant (well....). We'll see what happens, but an unusual departure from form.

Has it been confirmed that Iran already "accidentally" shot down its own commercial plane?  

I am not trying to discount their level of threat, but it surely seems problematic to be accidentally shooting down your own people.... I also realize that war can involve a lot of chaos (even preliminary stages of such).. so there is that, too.

Well, is is a bit of a mystery. Iran refuses to give black boxes to Boeing to see what happened. But on the other hand, they could just be doing this because 'pissed off' at the USA.

https://www.businessinsider.com/ukraine-iran-plane-crash-black-box-boeing-2020-1

As Garrick puts in on Star Trek: DS9

Elim Garak:
I believe in coincidences. Coincidences happen every day. But I don't trust coincidences.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-E-o0ajGAo

So me, officially on the fence on this but also very 'skeptical' on the coincidence!

Brad

If I were going to believe in conspiracy theories I would probably say it is US who made the plane crash and make it look like a "perfect accident" just to send a message to Iran. In fact, if they (Iran) didn't do it, they might be wondering just that (if US did it as a power demonstration).

Causing an engine to catch fire its something that could be done by messing with the electronics/sensors or by crashing a small "loaded" drone into it. That being said, coincidences do happen. Yeah.

Also, none of the parties would ever publicly blame the other one no matter if they figured out from the scarce evidence... unless they really wanted a full scale war scenario. Which I would think none really do. So just interiorise the message and dig it. All is well.

Or might have been caused by a third party interested in a war scenario...

Or a coincidence.

And that's the reason I prefer to not overthink this matters with conspiracy theories because everything is plausible but irrelevant without real solid evidence.
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January 08, 2020, 06:39:23 PM

- El duderino_
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- Bitcoin returns to 8,000
- 12 pages to read...

First I will have a beer and then I will analyze all this.
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Not a problem, just funny.

You wouldn't say that to the top of my head.

And if you pat it we're going to have very serious problems.

So you have problems with people treating you like this?



Do you have problems with people doing this to your head too?

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So you have problems with people treating you like this?

As long as I remain in Britain with my fellow, slightly limited in size, brethren this is not a problem.

Abroad, that's what we have the Royal Navy for.

But the ships never get too close to other nationalities so they can never quite figure out the real scale.

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I will have a hard time getting used to the new usernames. Tongue




https://twitter.com/CryptoWelson/status/1211351674616504321

And something like that for the next poll?

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I will have a hard time getting used to the new usernames. Tongue




https://twitter.com/CryptoWelson/status/1211351674616504321

And something like that for the next poll?



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January 08, 2020, 07:42:07 PM

Okay, from now on .. not reading every word  Grin

Great!!!!!!!

I was getting that "stalking" feeling, and now progressing towards some semblance of "relief."  Wink  #nohomo
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https://twitter.com/CryptoWelson/status/1211351674616504321

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We are at $7,977.96  Shocked
Lost the $8K it was not strong enough
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We are at $7,977.96  Shocked
Lost the $8K it was not strong enough

Oooooor regaining strength maybe Cheesy
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We are at $7,977.96  Shocked
Lost the $8K it was not strong enough

Oooooor regaining strength maybe Cheesy
It is from J LO so it is tough enough? Grin
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We need another hero to fight til the end of the night. Grin
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