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July 17, 2020, 01:55:56 AM
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Well apparently Hackers are not as knowledgeable about Blockchain technology, they have left traces.

Twitter Hack Autopsy: Coinbase, Binance, BitGo May Know Hackers ID




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The hackers appear to be using a proxy as transactions originate from different parts of the world. The Bitcoin addresses generated by hackers come in different formats, some are of the newest Bech32 format, others in the older P2PKH and P2SH formats. If our analysis is correct, then several major crypto entities should be able to identify the hackers.


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July 17, 2020, 03:29:42 AM

What happened, ragequit, or something he wrote makes him feel exposed ?

ragequit over BLM politics, at least that seemed to be the last straw

That sucks. I ragequit another site about 4 years ago and kind of wish I hadn't. But there's no going back as the site is now gone.

Sorry he's gone.
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July 17, 2020, 03:45:31 AM
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It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198
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BobLawblaw needs a few weeks break from everything Bitcoin related incl. Bitcointalk.

I do that also from time to time it really helps to get a fresh mindset.

Please Bob don't leave us. Smiley
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July 17, 2020, 05:15:52 AM
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What happened, ragequit, or something he wrote makes him feel exposed ?

ragequit over BLM politics, at least that seemed to be the last straw

That sucks. I ragequit another site about 4 years ago and kind of wish I hadn't. But there's no going back as the site is now gone.

Sorry he's gone.


I should add that i only based it on his last posts and screengrab about him asking about account deletion, i don't have any additional info outside of that
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July 17, 2020, 05:16:42 AM
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BobLawblaw needs a few weeks break from everything Bitcoin related incl. Bitcointalk.

I do that also from time to time it really helps to get a fresh mindset.

Please Bob don't leave us. Smiley

The only thing I never ever need = a break from btc and btc related stuff......

I would go full retarded whiteout it
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July 17, 2020, 05:40:00 AM
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Good morning WO gang, away from the thread for personal reasons, I do not know how long this situation will last.
Hugs.
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July 17, 2020, 06:15:26 AM
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BobLawblaw needs a few weeks break from everything Bitcoin related incl. Bitcointalk.

I do that also from time to time it really helps to get a fresh mindset.

Please Bob don't leave us. Smiley

The only thing I never ever need = a break from btc and btc related stuff......

I would go full retarded whiteout it


One can’t simply run from Bitcoin, it keeps coming back to you like a boomerang. Unless you become a no-coiner which I don’t see happening anytime soon to our Bob. He will keep lurking this thread from the shadows, which is fine.
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July 17, 2020, 06:43:02 AM
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It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  >Sad
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin
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July 17, 2020, 06:46:21 AM
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It's happening? One last down before UPGrin

We've had a lot of these last downs, they're starting to wear me out.

Are here going to be getting yet another visit from Vegeta again?
I am pretty sick and tired of him at this point.
Still, some movement, even down, has got to be better than this long sideways action.
Fingers crossed that the big move up is imminent.
Got a retirement to be looking forward to soon.
Go Honey Badger Go.

When is the retirement?

This year?

Next year?

What price does BTC have to reach under various scenarios in order for the retirement objective to be achieved?
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July 17, 2020, 07:00:44 AM
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https://medium.com/@breedlove22/the-number-zero-and-bitcoin-4c193336db5b

The number zero and BTC
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July 17, 2020, 07:03:57 AM
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It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  Angry
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

All is possible, though I wouldn’t be looking for 6.5K coins myself, just be happy what you can grab when you can ...
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July 17, 2020, 07:12:22 AM
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Below some bitcoin mining charts. Per design the competition is brutal. Just buying a bitcoin is such a convenient, stressless and risk free alternative. You almost forget what a privilege it is to still be able to buy and own one at a very decent price. Tempted, again.

https://twitter.com/sgbarbour/status/1283896834671415296
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July 17, 2020, 07:21:01 AM
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It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  >Sad
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

All is possible, though I wouldn’t be looking for 6.5K coins myself, just be happy what you can grab when you can ...


Not specifically 6.5K to be honest, got enough of that already so happy to move average higher. I wouldn't be going in before sub 8K though, that's roughly the current descending triangle measured move target, that from my studies of Bitcoin's 10 year history generally has a 80% probability of reaching, at a minimum, if confirmed.
Way too predictable imo, not that anyone wants to hear it  Tongue

That said, when dumping shitcoins then it's best not to be too greedy, start selling the rally once the dead cat bounces  Wink
Anything between $6.2-8.2K bearish trending moving average resistance on the Monthly chart looks fair game to me  Smiley



Here's my reasoning for 6.5K as lowest bids, not convinced we'll wick below the 200 Week MA again this time around:



It's not only just above the 4 year moving average, but also the average traded price in the past 4 years. It's perfect!
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BobLawblaw needs a few weeks break from everything Bitcoin related incl. Bitcointalk.

I do that also from time to time it really helps to get a fresh mindset.

Please Bob don't leave us. Smiley

The only thing I never ever need = a break from btc and btc related stuff......

I would go full retarded whiteout it
Everybody knows you never go full retard
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAKG-kbKeIo

the kitchen table is never perfectly clean, so I might as well take a huge steaming dump on it.

That's what my mom always said.
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July 17, 2020, 10:18:40 AM

Aftermath of  hacks where the elitists were trying to assure you they would send you some bitcoin if you send them some. Cheesy

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July 17, 2020, 11:30:40 AM

No retirement for me JJG, GF doing research on kindergarten and fine neighborhood nowadays . I hope she's cheating on me.  Grin

good read, couple of new things there.. and no Bhudda was no mathematician, he was average dude as far as Maths is concern. Rishis (sages) were doing shitload amount of work in Mathematics in the ancient India.
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July 17, 2020, 12:04:07 PM
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What happened, ragequit, or something he wrote makes him feel exposed ?

ragequit over BLM politics, at least that seemed to be the last straw

Good lord, that’s a whole lotta ragequit clicks.
Seems rather extreme imo, but whatever floats your boat I suppose.
Heat....kitchen...etc.
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July 17, 2020, 01:55:26 PM
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

More of the same... currently $9168USD/$12450CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Our 14 day mandatory quarantine after entering country is over. Time to go out (well-masked) and see what's left of life in the big city. Been in the jungle and locked up indoors too long.

First stop: covid testing. Want to be absolutely sure. At least it's free here, no appointment necessary, with fast results. It's hard to believe they actually charge people to get tested in some places. I guess that's why they have still so many new cases daily. They should be paying people to get tested, not charging them. How many homeless or simply poor people are asymptomatic carriers?

What happened, ragequit, or something he wrote makes him feel exposed ?

ragequit over BLM politics, at least that seemed to be the last straw

Good lord, that’s a whole lotta ragequit clicks.

That's what I thought. Deleting hundreds of posts takes too much time to simply be the product of being "grumpy" as he called it.

My guess is that it's opsec related.

Too bad. We'll miss him.
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July 17, 2020, 01:59:19 PM

It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  Angry
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

There have been a couple occasions over the last several years where I have taken out credit cards with 0% interest for ~16 months. This has happened during major buying opportunities.  Wink
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