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September 10, 2018, 05:14:04 PM
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all crypto market is going down which i think it is temporary #hodl now
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September 10, 2018, 05:14:55 PM
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well slapped us on this market. all the coins are rubbish in case. I hope that btx will recover and get rid of this lousy price🤔🤔
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September 10, 2018, 05:15:36 PM
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Whilst we wait on news, watch this great interview https://youtu.be/S5f_NUZ5h8U
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September 10, 2018, 05:17:02 PM
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🌪Yes, start to do good things, but before that person A angry on devs and has coins, price rise to 2dol, person A sold to person B for 2dol, person B is angry why price dropped to 1.5dol..  and it continues.
Moaning, making fun of this situation and blaming devs for everything, wont change the direction to bullish. Usualy speculators does this, for adwanced bendfit(is it not what it is all about?), and then when everything goes UP, people are happy, dopamine rivers flowing up with the market, and most of things what were in the past, everyone forgets.. and then again in bear market (happy dudes TP), something unpredictable happens, blame everyone else.
The results of BTX will deppend on Everyones Input&Output. 🙃 Dollars and Euros wont build this project on their own, there are more things to that.
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September 10, 2018, 05:49:42 PM
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This was all inevitable and comparing previous bubbles in crypto to this one is silly. This one impact millions upon millions of people and it left a bad taste in people's mouth. These people will never come back and even worse they will tell other people crypto is a scam.  

nah. as soon as things turn around again, and they will eventually, all will be forgiven, all will be forgotten and no one will care about the people who threw money at junk that is clearly worthless.

all bubbles are the same. the only thing that changes are the prices and the numbers of people involved. bubbles start once the pain of the previous pop is a distant enough memory.





Your point is well noted but the potential pool of people that throw money at this becomes smaller with every bubble. How many times do you stick your hand on a stove burner? Most people that invest do so at the height of euphoria and thus lose their money. People tend to avoid negative stimuli and we are many many bubbles away before there would ever be mass adoption. The entire premise of crypto gaining mass adoption is predicated on people accepting the pain for decades until we get to that crypto heaven. No... It needs to be built on more sound economics so that these bubbles don't ever form. Being more accurate at finding that market equilbrium between supply and demand would definitely help. Right now with the current block reward algorithm it just makes these bubbles larger and more quick moving.
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September 10, 2018, 06:15:32 PM
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$0,84....the lowest price since the release date and continues to fall.

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September 10, 2018, 06:22:38 PM
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This was all inevitable and comparing previous bubbles in crypto to this one is silly. This one impact millions upon millions of people and it left a bad taste in people's mouth. These people will never come back and even worse they will tell other people crypto is a scam.  

nah. as soon as things turn around again, and they will eventually, all will be forgiven, all will be forgotten and no one will care about the people who threw money at junk that is clearly worthless.

all bubbles are the same. the only thing that changes are the prices and the numbers of people involved. bubbles start once the pain of the previous pop is a distant enough memory.





Your point is well noted but the potential pool of people that throw money at this becomes smaller with every bubble. How many times do you stick your hand on a stove burner? Most people that invest do so at the height of euphoria and thus lose their money. People tend to avoid negative stimuli and we are many many bubbles away before there would ever be mass adoption. The entire premise of crypto gaining mass adoption is predicated on people accepting the pain for decades until we get to that crypto heaven. No... It needs to be built on more sound economics so that these bubbles don't ever form. Being more accurate at finding that market equilbrium between supply and demand would definitely help. Right now with the current block reward algorithm it just makes these bubbles larger and more quick moving.

I call BS.

As long as people go back to the casino they will come back to crypto. This crypto is a real gamble space.
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September 10, 2018, 07:06:31 PM
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Your point is well noted but the potential pool of people that throw money at this becomes smaller with every bubble. How many times do you stick your hand on a stove burner? Most people that invest do so at the height of euphoria and thus lose their money. People tend to avoid negative stimuli and we are many many bubbles away before there would ever be mass adoption. The entire premise of crypto gaining mass adoption is predicated on people accepting the pain for decades until we get to that crypto heaven. No... It needs to be built on more sound economics so that these bubbles don't ever form. Being more accurate at finding that market equilbrium between supply and demand would definitely help. Right now with the current block reward algorithm it just makes these bubbles larger and more quick moving.
I am not sure about what bubbles do you guys talk?
Bitcoin:
sep 2013 ... 120 usd
sep 2014 ... 480 usd
sep 2015 ... 230 usd
sep 2016 ... 600 usd
sep 2017 ... 4000 usd
sep 2018 ... 6300 usd

Where do you see "bubbles" ?

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September 10, 2018, 08:46:53 PM
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0.83$ I thinkl btx is only coin that is not stopping freefall in last few days, all coins are drop but most of them recover, btx - not!
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September 10, 2018, 08:57:45 PM
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0.83$ I thinkl btx is only coin that is not stopping freefall in last few days, all coins are drop but most of them recover, btx - not!

Like I’ve been saying for weeks, broken support at $1 inevitable, leading to a free-fall.  This isn’t rocket science.

And to magnify the problem bitcoin isn’t moving higher - looks like another leg down to $5500 is probable.  That would devestate most alts.  

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September 10, 2018, 08:59:18 PM
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$0,84....the lowest price since the release date and continues to fall.

Suicide mode activated! 

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September 10, 2018, 08:59:48 PM
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This was all inevitable and comparing previous bubbles in crypto to this one is silly. This one impact millions upon millions of people and it left a bad taste in people's mouth. These people will never come back and even worse they will tell other people crypto is a scam.  

nah. as soon as things turn around again, and they will eventually, all will be forgiven, all will be forgotten and no one will care about the people who threw money at junk that is clearly worthless.

all bubbles are the same. the only thing that changes are the prices and the numbers of people involved. bubbles start once the pain of the previous pop is a distant enough memory.





Your point is well noted but the potential pool of people that throw money at this becomes smaller with every bubble. How many times do you stick your hand on a stove burner? Most people that invest do so at the height of euphoria and thus lose their money. People tend to avoid negative stimuli and we are many many bubbles away before there would ever be mass adoption. The entire premise of crypto gaining mass adoption is predicated on people accepting the pain for decades until we get to that crypto heaven. No... It needs to be built on more sound economics so that these bubbles don't ever form. Being more accurate at finding that market equilbrium between supply and demand would definitely help. Right now with the current block reward algorithm it just makes these bubbles larger and more quick moving.

I call BS.

As long as people go back to the casino they will come back to crypto. This crypto is a real gamble space.

That right there is the problem and besides... do people come back to the casino when they know the game is rigged against them? Compulsive gamblers maybe... normal people no.
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September 10, 2018, 09:02:29 PM
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Your point is well noted but the potential pool of people that throw money at this becomes smaller with every bubble. How many times do you stick your hand on a stove burner? Most people that invest do so at the height of euphoria and thus lose their money. People tend to avoid negative stimuli and we are many many bubbles away before there would ever be mass adoption. The entire premise of crypto gaining mass adoption is predicated on people accepting the pain for decades until we get to that crypto heaven. No... It needs to be built on more sound economics so that these bubbles don't ever form. Being more accurate at finding that market equilbrium between supply and demand would definitely help. Right now with the current block reward algorithm it just makes these bubbles larger and more quick moving.
I am not sure about what bubbles do you guys talk?
Bitcoin:
sep 2013 ... 120 usd
sep 2014 ... 480 usd
sep 2015 ... 230 usd
sep 2016 ... 600 usd
sep 2017 ... 4000 usd
sep 2018 ... 6300 usd

Where do you see "bubbles" ?

You picked arbitrary dates... There have been multiple bubbles that have popped. The difference between this one and the last is that more people got burned. They bought into the hype and then got destroyed. This is why stability is a necessity so that people can have a good or at least decent first interaction with crypto.
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September 10, 2018, 09:03:12 PM
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0.83$ I thinkl btx is only coin that is not stopping freefall in last few days, all coins are drop but most of them recover, btx - not!

Like I’ve been saying for weeks, broken support at $1 inevitable, leading to a free-fall.  This isn’t rocket science.

And to magnify the problem bitcoin isn’t moving higher - looks like another leg down to $5500 is probable.  That would devestate most alts.  

If things don't shape up then 5500 might not be the worst of what we see. 3-4 months ago I felt like 4k was a possibility and I still think that.
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September 10, 2018, 11:15:34 PM
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This was all inevitable and comparing previous bubbles in crypto to this one is silly. This one impact millions upon millions of people and it left a bad taste in people's mouth. These people will never come back and even worse they will tell other people crypto is a scam.  

nah. as soon as things turn around again, and they will eventually, all will be forgiven, all will be forgotten and no one will care about the people who threw money at junk that is clearly worthless.

all bubbles are the same. the only thing that changes are the prices and the numbers of people involved. bubbles start once the pain of the previous pop is a distant enough memory.





Your point is well noted but the potential pool of people that throw money at this becomes smaller with every bubble. How many times do you stick your hand on a stove burner? Most people that invest do so at the height of euphoria and thus lose their money. People tend to avoid negative stimuli and we are many many bubbles away before there would ever be mass adoption. The entire premise of crypto gaining mass adoption is predicated on people accepting the pain for decades until we get to that crypto heaven. No... It needs to be built on more sound economics so that these bubbles don't ever form. Being more accurate at finding that market equilbrium between supply and demand would definitely help. Right now with the current block reward algorithm it just makes these bubbles larger and more quick moving.

I call BS.

As long as people go back to the casino they will come back to crypto. This crypto is a real gamble space.

You're right. Crypto is "highly" manipulated. You can move the entire market of one coin with a few hundred thousand dollars. Pump up a few top 10 ten projects and investors will come flying back in. I think there is a big shakeout at the moment, plus I feel a majority of ICO projects are going to shit, especially those tied to $ETH.



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September 11, 2018, 12:17:35 AM
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September 11, 2018, 03:25:32 AM
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I think we have to aim for the magic 99% fall so that's a cosy 38/39 cents.

Maybe it'll decide to go one better and head for 99.9%
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September 11, 2018, 03:47:00 AM
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Whilst we wait on news, watch this great interview https://youtu.be/S5f_NUZ5h8U

i like how, at 14 minutes and 30 seconds into the interview, Steve points out that bitcoin cash blocked bitcore from their twitter feed. it makes you wonder why. perhaps we could get some sort of marketing mileage out of that.

here's the link modified to go to that spot in the interview : https://youtu.be/S5f_NUZ5h8U?t=869

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September 11, 2018, 05:48:28 AM
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$0,84....the lowest price since the release date and continues to fall.

Suicide mode activated!  

Haha.... suicide mode Wink ..hm But I think it is going to take a  big jump after this fall!
so pls  deactivate  Your active Mode. Smiley or you can do gambling ..link is  sign...

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September 11, 2018, 07:40:55 AM
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I am not sure about what bubbles do you guys talk?
Bitcoin:
sep 2013 ... 120 usd
sep 2014 ... 480 usd
sep 2015 ... 230 usd
sep 2016 ... 600 usd
sep 2017 ... 4000 usd
sep 2018 ... 6300 usd

Where do you see "bubbles" ?

You picked arbitrary dates... There have been multiple bubbles that have popped. The difference between this one and the last is that more people got burned. They bought into the hype and then got destroyed. This is why stability is a necessity so that people can have a good or at least decent first interaction with crypto.
You can pick any dates year-by-year and you will see uptrend in price. There are ups and downs, like in year 2015, but overall price of BTC is going up, total market cap too, so I don't see nothing in this market as "bubble". I see only price go up and down, but overall "only way is up, baby". (I am not economist, so I might be terribly wrong).

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