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August 12, 2018, 11:28:53 AM
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I'm holding my BTX on wallet since the airdrop, and I want to cry because of that on daily basis! And there is no reward for loyalty, just bleed out.


You posted exactly the same post a few days ago, bot. 

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August 12, 2018, 11:30:25 AM
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I'm holding my BTX on wallet since the airdrop, and I want to cry because of that on daily basis! And there is no reward for loyalty, just bleed out.


You posted exactly the same post a few days ago, bot. 

Yea. It gets old seeing the same babies cry every day.

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August 12, 2018, 12:12:36 PM
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BTC and alts need capitulation before starting the next run.  We’ll probably see another big drop soon.  

Why do you think the prices will drop soon?

The trend is still down with technicals breaking down so I think we have another violent drop to go before we start the next bull run.  


That is the problem with trends. Nobody can estimate when the bounce will happen to recover from the drop. The market recently has been dropping and it worries plenty of people including myself.

What makes you say there will be another massive drop before recovery starts? Another big drop will damage investor confidence even more so rather than see a drop in one go I would prefer it if that same drop happened over a period of several days instead of a few hours.

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August 12, 2018, 12:31:13 PM
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That is the problem with trends. Nobody can estimate when the bounce will happen to recover from the drop. The market recently has been dropping and it worries plenty of people including myself.

What makes you there will be another massive drop before recovery starts? Another big drop will damage invesstor confidence even more so rather than see a drop in one go I would prefer it if that same drop happened over a period of several days instead of a few hours.

There’s so much manipulation in bitcoin and crypto in general that it’s hard to make educated guesses.  I’m going with gut feeling right now so I could be wrong. 

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August 12, 2018, 12:39:24 PM
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There’s so much manipulation in bitcoin and crypto in general that it’s hard to make educated guesses.  I’m going with gut feeling right now so I could be wrong. 

Yes there is too much manipulation. People who control or own a large exchange and hold large quantities of crypto probably have something to do with it.

Think about it, there are people that purchased Bitcoin in January 2018 when Bitcoin was trading at $17,000+ each. Now they have lost 70% of that value. The volatility is too much. Something needs to change but what and how?

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August 12, 2018, 01:09:48 PM
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There’s so much manipulation in bitcoin and crypto in general that it’s hard to make educated guesses.  I’m going with gut feeling right now so I could be wrong. 

Yes there is too much manipulation. People who control or own a large exchange and hold large quantities of crypto probably have something to do with it.

Think about it, there are people that purchased Bitcoin in January 2018 when Bitcoin was trading at $17,000+ each. Now they have lost 70% of that value. The volatility is too much. Something needs to change but what and how?

Strangely, the volatility only seems to be too much during a bear market, or when one happens to have bought high.
Nobody cares during the bull run, they just feel like geniuses.

What needs to happen is for people to think for themselves before they act. You must be crazy to start buying at 17k. Parabolic growth never lasts and is always followed by a strong correction.
If you cannot afford to hodl for years, don't buy. If you cannot stand a bear market, don't FOMO in. In fact, just don't FOMO under any circumstances.

People should do some research before getting into a novel asset class. But who wants to do that?

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August 12, 2018, 02:51:17 PM
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There’s so much manipulation in bitcoin and crypto in general that it’s hard to make educated guesses.  I’m going with gut feeling right now so I could be wrong. 

Yes there is too much manipulation. People who control or own a large exchange and hold large quantities of crypto probably have something to do with it.

Think about it, there are people that purchased Bitcoin in January 2018 when Bitcoin was trading at $17,000+ each. Now they have lost 70% of that value. The volatility is too much. Something needs to change but what and how?

Strangely, the volatility only seems to be too much during a bear market, or when one happens to have bought high.
Nobody cares during the bull run, they just feel like geniuses.

What needs to happen is for people to think for themselves before they act. You must be crazy to start buying at 17k. Parabolic growth never lasts and is always followed by a strong correction.
If you cannot afford to hodl for years, don't buy. If you cannot stand a bear market, don't FOMO in. In fact, just don't FOMO under any circumstances.

People should do some research before getting into a novel asset class. But who wants to do that?

From an investment standpoint you are correct but from a usability standpoint you are decidedly wrong. Relatively stable value is a necessity to go along with scaling and also privacy. Right now there are no cryptocurrencies that even remotely satisfy those 3 basic requirements. The parabolic growth is nearly as dangerous as the crashes in ensuring that crypto is never used as a currency. I have been saying it for almost a year now but a new block reward algo that is based in sound economics is a necessity.
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August 12, 2018, 04:01:07 PM
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BTC and alts need capitulation before starting the next run.  We’ll probably see another big drop soon. 


this is what i have seen in some private whales group, they were talking about a real bleed on crypto before the next bull run
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August 12, 2018, 04:09:58 PM
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There’s so much manipulation in bitcoin and crypto in general that it’s hard to make educated guesses.  I’m going with gut feeling right now so I could be wrong. 

Yes there is too much manipulation. People who control or own a large exchange and hold large quantities of crypto probably have something to do with it.

Think about it, there are people that purchased Bitcoin in January 2018 when Bitcoin was trading at $17,000+ each. Now they have lost 70% of that value. The volatility is too much. Something needs to change but what and how?

Strangely, the volatility only seems to be too much during a bear market, or when one happens to have bought high.
Nobody cares during the bull run, they just feel like geniuses.

What needs to happen is for people to think for themselves before they act. You must be crazy to start buying at 17k. Parabolic growth never lasts and is always followed by a strong correction.
If you cannot afford to hodl for years, don't buy. If you cannot stand a bear market, don't FOMO in. In fact, just don't FOMO under any circumstances.

People should do some research before getting into a novel asset class. But who wants to do that?

From an investment standpoint you are correct but from a usability standpoint you are decidedly wrong. Relatively stable value is a necessity to go along with scaling and also privacy. Right now there are no cryptocurrencies that even remotely satisfy those 3 basic requirements. The parabolic growth is nearly as dangerous as the crashes in ensuring that crypto is never used as a currency. I have been saying it for almost a year now but a new block reward algo that is based in sound economics is a necessity.

I was partly being ironic because people always complain in hard times. Of course volatility hampers usability.
But maybe at the same time, if people were more conscious about their decisions in the crypto market instead of blindly FOMOing and hoping to profit, volatility would also be reduced.

I doubt the block reward which you mention is an important cause for the volatility, at least not presently.

And I have really not made up my mind about whether I even want crypto assets to be a proper currency. They are great in providing an outlet to temporarily opt out of or circumvent fiat currencies in specific cases, giving us control where we didn't have it before. They don't need to replace them completely though.

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August 12, 2018, 04:55:10 PM
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BTC and alts need capitulation before starting the next run.  We’ll probably see another big drop soon. 


this is what i have seen in some private whales group, they were talking about a real bleed on crypto before the next bull run

i wonder how to get into this group. what is going on in the market is the hype go down. a large amount of money can launch a new missile very quickly but as long as they do not go to market there will be a fall.
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August 12, 2018, 04:56:35 PM
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BTC and alts need capitulation before starting the next run.  We’ll probably see another big drop soon. 


this is what i have seen in some private whales group, they were talking about a real bleed on crypto before the next bull run

i wonder how to get into this group. what is going on in the market is the hype go down. a large amount of money can launch a new missile very quickly but as long as they do not go to market there will be a fall.

Just a wild guess here but I’m thinking you have to be a whale.  Smiley

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August 12, 2018, 05:35:55 PM
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BTC and alts need capitulation before starting the next run.  We’ll probably see another big drop soon. 


this is what i have seen in some private whales group, they were talking about a real bleed on crypto before the next bull run
I fully agree with you, there will be another grand dip until September 30th. Because on September 30 there will be one more consideration of the SEC for an application for permission to trade bitcoin futures. But, what will happen after ...

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August 12, 2018, 06:33:31 PM
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Tesla has a lot of techie investors who most likely also bought into BTC.

Tesla caused a lot of shorts to be lost with a tweet, thus Tesla investors needed to recover their losses from their lost shorts.

Possible hypothesis for drop.
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August 12, 2018, 09:04:42 PM
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Strangely, the volatility only seems to be too much during a bear market, or when one happens to have bought high.
Nobody cares during the bull run, they just feel like geniuses.

What needs to happen is for people to think for themselves before they act. You must be crazy to start buying at 17k. Parabolic growth never lasts and is always followed by a strong correction.
If you cannot afford to hodl for years, don't buy. If you cannot stand a bear market, don't FOMO in. In fact, just don't FOMO under any circumstances.

People should do some research before getting into a novel asset class. But who wants to do that?

The situation of the market does not make ideal conditions to anything. You cannot buy or sell with confidence for short term money and you cannot hold on to them because of fear of where the market is going.

This low price falling market does nothing to boost confidence though at some point it will make it more appealing for people to buy at low prices in the hope they make a profit later.

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August 12, 2018, 10:59:45 PM
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Bitcore team what do you think about FPGAs or ASICs on your algo?
Are you going to fork or not?

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August 12, 2018, 11:03:41 PM
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There’s so much manipulation in bitcoin and crypto in general that it’s hard to make educated guesses.  I’m going with gut feeling right now so I could be wrong. 

Yes there is too much manipulation. People who control or own a large exchange and hold large quantities of crypto probably have something to do with it.

Think about it, there are people that purchased Bitcoin in January 2018 when Bitcoin was trading at $17,000+ each. Now they have lost 70% of that value. The volatility is too much. Something needs to change but what and how?

Strangely, the volatility only seems to be too much during a bear market, or when one happens to have bought high.
Nobody cares during the bull run, they just feel like geniuses.

What needs to happen is for people to think for themselves before they act. You must be crazy to start buying at 17k. Parabolic growth never lasts and is always followed by a strong correction.
If you cannot afford to hodl for years, don't buy. If you cannot stand a bear market, don't FOMO in. In fact, just don't FOMO under any circumstances.

People should do some research before getting into a novel asset class. But who wants to do that?

From an investment standpoint you are correct but from a usability standpoint you are decidedly wrong. Relatively stable value is a necessity to go along with scaling and also privacy. Right now there are no cryptocurrencies that even remotely satisfy those 3 basic requirements. The parabolic growth is nearly as dangerous as the crashes in ensuring that crypto is never used as a currency. I have been saying it for almost a year now but a new block reward algo that is based in sound economics is a necessity.

I was partly being ironic because people always complain in hard times. Of course volatility hampers usability.
But maybe at the same time, if people were more conscious about their decisions in the crypto market instead of blindly FOMOing and hoping to profit, volatility would also be reduced.

I doubt the block reward which you mention is an important cause for the volatility, at least not presently.

And I have really not made up my mind about whether I even want crypto assets to be a proper currency. They are great in providing an outlet to temporarily opt out of or circumvent fiat currencies in specific cases, giving us control where we didn't have it before. They don't need to replace them completely though.


Of course the block reward algorithm affects people's actions as far as speculation. You make a deflationary currency and of course people speculate on it rather than using it for its intended purpose. You need to do away with block halving, total supply sup, and lastly come up with an algo that is moderately adaptive but avoids the terrible feedback loops that have happened in the past. This is really the number one issue in crypto right now. The next is of course scaling but at the moment scaling solutions are available but Bitcoin maximalists are unwilling to change and thus the movement has been hijacked. You say that you don't want crypto to act as a currency but will you still be saying that after all major fiat currencies fail. It will happen and it is only a matter of time and math.
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August 12, 2018, 11:50:01 PM
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Have there been any Nvidia miners released recently that improve mining BTX? 
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August 13, 2018, 10:02:42 AM
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Guy do you have any new partnerships or new features coming up? I was just wondering what the overall status of the coin is after the airdop finished early this year.
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August 13, 2018, 11:41:36 AM
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Guy do you have any new partnerships or new features coming up? I was just wondering what the overall status of the coin is after the airdop finished early this year.

Shall we play a game

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August 13, 2018, 02:35:22 PM
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BTX train will shortly be departing main BTX station.Please wait outside as front door is only painted to wall and not real door due to lack of funds but it does look good ya?Plz also note this service will not be stopping as it is non stop express service only due to free fall to bottom once we reach the top of any near large hill as brakes will not be in operation.




That is so funny but it sums up where the BTX price is now- I think we hit the moon in Dec / Jan but have now re-entered earths atmosphere and crash landed in the middle of nowhere.
Everybody sold their free airdrops as we were breaking up on re-entry.
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