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June 29, 2017, 12:17:57 PM
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omygod, heres the NEW THREADSmiley

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bears looking ugly again ... and all the usual full of shit trolls crawling out from their roach holes spewing golden lies.

... might be a good buyable dip, who knows ?
my original plan was to buy at 2200, but..
1.) I got scared by the speed it was going down,
2.) It didn't get to 2200 Grin [low was 2207.8]
..so now, Im not taking any action on bitcoin before this triangle is broken. But if its broken on the lower side, i will start to believe its H&S in the making and $2000 would be in danger

for now, in my view, it should target 2500+, but may still correct a bit towards 2300 before

I'm watching that as well.

Looking at past, both 2012 and 2013 "bubble" corrections happened to hit both EMA (50) and EMA (100) on daily (BitStamp).
Today daily EMA (50) sits at 2332$, EMA (100) way lower at 1973$.

Sure past does not repeats itself, yet something can be learnt from it.

Pattern still holding, high yesterday 2566, now descended to lower 24xx area. But the room is getting tighter, it will have to break somewhere soon Smiley
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June 29, 2017, 12:29:13 PM
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omygod, heres the NEW THREADSmiley

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bears looking ugly again ... and all the usual full of shit trolls crawling out from their roach holes spewing golden lies.

... might be a good buyable dip, who knows ?
my original plan was to buy at 2200, but..
1.) I got scared by the speed it was going down,
2.) It didn't get to 2200 Grin [low was 2207.8]
..so now, Im not taking any action on bitcoin before this triangle is broken. But if its broken on the lower side, i will start to believe its H&S in the making and $2000 would be in danger

for now, in my view, it should target 2500+, but may still correct a bit towards 2300 before

I'm watching that as well.

Looking at past, both 2012 and 2013 "bubble" corrections happened to hit both EMA (50) and EMA (100) on daily (BitStamp).
Today daily EMA (50) sits at 2332$, EMA (100) way lower at 1973$.

Sure past does not repeats itself, yet something can be learnt from it.

Pattern still holding, high yesterday 2566, now descended to lower 24xx area. But the room is getting tighter, it will have to break somewhere soon Smiley

Common sense dictates, that we will retest heights before retesting lows. I am getting way ahead of ourself, but I am willing to bet 0.1 bitcoin, that we will retest 3000 USD per bitcoin in early july.  Wink

Feel free to harass me, if it wont come true. I am not professional wall street trader.

By the way, have a nice weekend guys.
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June 29, 2017, 01:11:38 PM
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don't QUOTE an continious previous message.
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June 29, 2017, 02:29:42 PM
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don't QUOTE an continious previous message.
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Omg such sensor ships already. That's it.  I'm out!

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June 29, 2017, 03:23:55 PM
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Still bouncing up and down within a basically sideways range... currently $2555USD (Bitcoinaverage).

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Excellent. I've always been annoyed by people who just hit the "quote" button regardless of how many previous quotes are included. I guess they're just lazy.

I also think more people should learn how to reduce the size of images. A width of 300 for portrait images and 600 for landscape images should be more than enough. If you're just quoting an image that's already on the page, a width of 100 is sufficient.
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May I suggest a change to the thread title? I realize you want to put your own stamp on the new thread but I always liked Adam's choice of words when he renamed his thread after removing MtGox from the title.

It's all about BTC/USD price tracking and discussion. Especially the latter.
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June 29, 2017, 03:44:59 PM
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Been a while since you visited these parts.  How has the bull run been treating you?
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June 29, 2017, 04:16:40 PM
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May I suggest a change to the thread title? I realize you want to put your own stamp on the new thread but I always liked Adam's choice of words when he renamed his thread after removing MtGox from the title.

It's all about BTC/USD price tracking and discussion. Especially the latter.

Agree with this, something about the new title definitely doesn't sit right with me.  Grin

I think the word 'lifes' probably has a big part to play in that
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June 29, 2017, 04:48:26 PM
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*Pension funds are crumbling down! (all over the world)

*Banks are going down!

*Silver starts to have some action!

*Bitcoin seems to be in some ultra mega huge coil that will be ready to snap at the end of its whip!

*People seem to be lacking confidence in government or their structures and start to give up hope in anyone else doing sh!t for them!


We gonna party hard and become the new slave masters of those broke ass pensioners that we will put their asses back to work and break their backs for us in the hope we will give them hope for a piece of bread at the end of the day!!! Rock & Roll baby!!!   \;;/  Cheesy  Cheesy


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June 29, 2017, 04:55:35 PM
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Looking at the 6h. Price needs to break 2600 here forcefully and with volume, otherwise will bounce lower.
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June 29, 2017, 05:03:30 PM
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Looking at the 6h. Price needs to break 2600 here forcefully and with volume, otherwise will bounce lower.


Who cares anymore... we are rich anyway!!! Smiley


Btw... does anyone know any "crypto companies/corporations" ?? ( That are not registered to any state or pay any taxes to anyone, but they still exist and activate on the "blackchain"(Roll Eyes Tongue) by the will of the people that receive services from those 'ghost companies' )
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June 29, 2017, 05:13:09 PM
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Looking at the 6h. Price needs to break 2600 here forcefully and with volume, otherwise will bounce lower.


Since we are in a new thread, I will repeat again, that I believe that $2,700 is a more significant resistance point, rather than $2600.

Seems like we are likely to blow right past $2,600, and $2,700 will be the "true" test of whether we are going back into the testing of $3k resistance.

On another note, it remains quite amazing to continue to witness the dynamics of the walls as a kind of contrary indicator of price direction.

Currently, ask walls are building the fuck up, and therefore, it is beginning to feel that we are going UP..   It is almost as if the higher the wall differentials (between bid and ask) on the ask side, the more likely we are going UP...

I will concede that trade volume of the past 24 hours has been mediocre and even down - however, trade volume for the week is definitely on the above average, and in that regard, on a weekly basis we continue to have high trade volume.. and also in that regard, the lower trade volume of the past 24 hours, likely just adds up to a kind of coiling effect.

Therefore, hang on boys and girl.   Let us head to $2,700 and see where we can go from there.

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June 29, 2017, 05:39:48 PM
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Bitcoin will keep mooning... the dollar continues to slide!
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June 29, 2017, 05:59:27 PM
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Why does it feel like this thread already hard forked? Now I see why hard forks are bad.
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June 29, 2017, 06:06:43 PM
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Why does it feel like this thread already hard forked? Now I see why hard forks are bad.

Just like cryptos, first out of the gate gets the advantage, especially if it's also the best.
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June 29, 2017, 07:06:35 PM
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This feels like home already.
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June 29, 2017, 07:35:04 PM
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jbrehrer and the big-blocker nutters don't get why moderation is important to keep trolls under the bridge so he's gonna rage-quit the reborn wall observer (he rage-quit with his first post so its questionable whether he ever really participated so it's not a true rage-quit in the usual sense)

This isn't the reborn WO thread. It is a shallow impostor.

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other than that I think you're up to speed.

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June 29, 2017, 07:58:30 PM
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Tightenering of the rules in progress ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1991115.0
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June 29, 2017, 08:12:55 PM
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1) Gifs/Meme allowed (please use "img width=300" to 600).
2) Multi-quote too long will be deleted (don't be lazy ... prune your quote).
3) ALTS are forbidden, use the right section for this (post will be deleted).
4) Gifs/Meme not linked to discussion will be deleted (be smart, play the game with others).
5) Links not related to subject will be deleted (OK, you see the goal ? The title of this thread !)

What's a wall thread ? Here is an explain :
http://www.investopedia.com/news/buy-and-sell-walls-cryptocurrencies-bitcoin-ethereum-ether-ripple/
I understand that blatant shilling of alts is forbidden but... Any reference to them is forbidden? Is it allowed when it is related to the price of Bitcoin? ie: *censored* market cap grows over Bitcoin and that causes a crash... or the oppossite, *censored* crash hard and bitcoin moons... can we comment those movements?

Or... When Segwit signaling keeps growing and is clear it will pass, can we reference how *censored* mooned when the same happenned and compare the two graphs, etc...

TL;DR; Any reference to altcoins is estrictly forbidden or does it depends on its context and relevant price influence over Bitcoin?

P.S.: I don't observe any relevant walls at this moment.

   

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June 29, 2017, 08:19:08 PM
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Moderator rule (already tested in the 1st page of this subject, my response has been deleted = Legit).
You can "say the word" but don't display graphic or link (use an other thread in the right "alt" section to follow the white rabbit).

We are in a Bitcoin forum.
And ressources are spend for this.

P.S.: I don't observe any relevant walls at this moment.

The 1 week.
Need time to purge the mind of all participant from old habit.
Moderator team help, too.
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June 29, 2017, 08:27:16 PM
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Tightenering of the rules in progress ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1991115.0


This already feels like a dictatorship... did Big Daddy Bitcoin thought you to be like this?? Where is the spirit of freedom and breaking the rules?? Showing the finger to the banksters!  Roll Eyes (moderators) .. Cheesy Cheesy
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