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December 03, 2017, 12:54:39 AM
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Well, honestly, I think when (not if) Tether thing blows up, ALL coins will drop massively, even BCH. I hodl a few just in case but I have moved most of my funds back to my bank. If Tether is really as dangerous as they say it is, https://twitter.com/Bitfinexed, MANY exchanges could sit there and become insolvent. You wouldn't even be able to take money out of them to bank.

I personally am very confused about the Tether thing but it is kind'a scary if true. Don't care BTC $11K or $20K, too scary for me to be in the market right now. Lips sealed Undecided Embarrassed

BTC has direct deposits in out so if you work with bitcoin you can trade pretty much with any alt and fiat but since most alt coins do not have trading pairs with each other or fiat then I will sometimes temporarily move to tether since the value is stable if exchanging alt for alt.

The main if not only use for tether is pretty much the same it's only really used as a stop gap or a safe value I don't think many are depositing or withdrawing USDT from fiat

If tether does go down I feel it will affect alts more but honestly think the whole situation is overrated



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December 03, 2017, 01:03:37 AM
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NXT is going to do something funny :-D weeee


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December 03, 2017, 04:43:40 AM
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A rare moment when i buy a coin at the bottom just before it surges up. Grin Grin Grin

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December 03, 2017, 04:43:44 AM
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I watch the coin lower and lower. Is there a light in the tunnel, will it grow?

The light at the end of the tunnel may be an oncoming train.  Wink


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December 03, 2017, 05:07:22 AM
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A rare moment when i buy a coin at the bottom just before it surges up. Grin Grin Grin

Haha nice Cheesy... looks like a pump coming? Well, maybe.

Just a correction in value upwards.

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December 03, 2017, 06:02:00 AM
Last edit: December 03, 2017, 06:24:40 AM by Mrpumperitis
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^imo...theres at least another $100bill+ to come in before we see a real market correction






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December 03, 2017, 06:47:09 AM
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because the "anonymous" hashpower is @BITMAINtech that's why. @JihanWu is undermining the value of his large BCH hodlings by centralising it

for example if @BITMAINtech were asked to freeze it, mechanically they could because they're majority of the hash rate.

being in central control of a coin is risky for you, and makes the coin less valuable because people understand that risk of freeze.

for BCH that may be ok as a medium security slightly higher scale, on-chain only retail coin, and his choice. but for Bitcoin that is NOT ok
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December 03, 2017, 07:38:09 AM
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In the interview that made Roger Ver angry, he said he has no problem with centralization.

I was distracted with work while i was watching the 'interview'. I must have missed where Ver said he "has no problem with centralization". Do you have a time into the timeline where he says that?
It costs you the same amount of effort as me to rewatch it.

I understand that. I don't remember him saying that. I think you are mistaken.

IOW, I have openly challenged your claim as likely being false.

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December 03, 2017, 07:40:30 AM
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I don't buy the Bilderberg FuD but the rest is reasonable

https://youtu.be/6V365_59-Lc

Why not? Henri de Castries is the chairman of AXA. AXA is one of the main investors in Blockstream. Henri de Castries is also the immediate past char of the Bilderberg group.

This is all a matter of public record. What is not 'to buy'?

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December 03, 2017, 07:41:21 AM
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I sold. Hodling only 2 BCH in private wallet now. I have a very bad feeling about Tether. I'll sit this one out I guess. Tether / BTC comes crashing down, it's going to drag down everything with it just like last week. Better sit in cash. I moved all my funds back to bank. I don't trust any exchange right now, even if they are not dealing with USDT Tether.

Just look at this:

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/11/21/risky-business-how-pole-dancing-instructor-found-success-bitcoin

No offence but when even pole dancers and taxi/uber drivers recommend you to buy Bitcoins, I think we are nearing the top... but that's just me. I'll buy back in after the Tether crash!

If it keeps going up without crash... well, sucks to be me. Tongue I'm poor anyway so it doesn't matter. Lips sealed

you shouldn t have sold imo, but I might be wrong. this is not how things will play out with the biffnexed tether ponzi scheme, first we see btc free falling, then they're going to pump bch with tether.
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December 03, 2017, 07:44:05 AM
Last edit: December 03, 2017, 08:13:42 AM by jbreher
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the only ones that benefit financially will be the LN hubs and this will be under 1 cent
per transaction

Forward-looking statements based upon assumptions that my not come to pass. Not valid in all jurisdictions. Your mileage may vary.

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LN will be a fee market where the transaction will take the cheapest/quickest route so any LN node operators trying to charge more will not get any business as there will be cheaper routes so it will be a competition for the lowest fee

Kind of a problem, as nobody yet has invented an algorithm for trustless, anonymous, decentralized route discovery. Let alone one weighted by price at each edge of the graph. But by all means, keep smoking the hopium.

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December 03, 2017, 08:11:19 AM
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BCH is the only fork coin from BTC that's not shit

How about the Segwit (soft) fork is shit as well?

It's the biggest one IMO

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December 03, 2017, 08:19:43 AM
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I don't buy the Bilderberg FuD but the rest is reasonable

https://youtu.be/6V365_59-Lc

Why not? Henri de Castries is the chairman of AXA. AXA is one of the main investors in Blockstream. Henri de Castries is also the immediate past char of the Bilderberg group.

This is all a matter of public record. What is not 'to buy'?

The AXA is one of many investors over a VC fund. They have many stakes in tech startups w/o much agenda except of make money.

The world is too complex to be controlled by single groups, even Bilderberg. You give em too much power, but ok there is a small probability - is it that high?

A good thing is to uncover as much as possible from these groups but w/o any good investigative journalism I cannot believe much here. Ppl should not pre-judge, we have already too much fud here.

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December 03, 2017, 08:22:12 AM
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A rare moment when i buy a coin at the bottom just before it surges up. Grin Grin Grin

Lucky you, I sold my BCH at 400+ when the price went up from 250+ Smiley and soon after I short my BCH price went to 900 $. Anyway I made some profits out of if, like someone said, more or less profit is still profit.
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December 03, 2017, 08:40:51 AM
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I don't buy the Bilderberg FuD but the rest is reasonable

https://youtu.be/6V365_59-Lc

Why not? Henri de Castries is the chairman of AXA. AXA is one of the main investors in Blockstream. Henri de Castries is also the immediate past char of the Bilderberg group.

This is all a matter of public record. What is not 'to buy'?

The AXA is one of many investors over a VC fund. They have many stakes in tech startups w/o much agenda except of make money.

The world is too complex to be controlled by single groups, even Bilderberg. You give em too much power, but ok there is a small probability - is it that high?

A good thing is to uncover as much as possible from these groups but w/o any good investigative journalism I cannot believe much here. Ppl should not pre-judge, we have already too much fud here.

I guess I don't understand. By 'I don't buy the Bilderberg FuD', it seems that you believe that the Bilderberg angle is a central tenet of the thesis in the video.

FWIW, I can find several non-scary reasons that an organization directed by the same party that directs the Bilderberg group might invest in a company working on new monetary technology. (Of course, I can think of some scary ones as well). But the info in the video does not hinge upon the assumption that Bilderbergs hired Blockstream as their lackeys to destroy the viability of cryptocurrencies.

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December 03, 2017, 08:55:16 AM
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A rare moment when i buy a coin at the bottom just before it surges up. Grin Grin Grin

Lucky you, I sold my BCH at 400+ when the price went up from 250+ Smiley and soon after I short my BCH price went to 900 $. Anyway I made some profits out of if, like someone said, more or less profit is still profit.

That is 60%+ profit. You should be happy.
If your selling at 400+ didn't stop you from buying it back at 1200+, I'd say you are a good investor.
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December 03, 2017, 09:51:16 AM
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I don't buy the Bilderberg FuD but the rest is reasonable

https://youtu.be/6V365_59-Lc

Why not? Henri de Castries is the chairman of AXA. AXA is one of the main investors in Blockstream. Henri de Castries is also the immediate past char of the Bilderberg group.

This is all a matter of public record. What is not 'to buy'?

The AXA is one of many investors over a VC fund. They have many stakes in tech startups w/o much agenda except of make money.

The world is too complex to be controlled by single groups, even Bilderberg. You give em too much power, but ok there is a small probability - is it that high?

A good thing is to uncover as much as possible from these groups but w/o any good investigative journalism I cannot believe much here. Ppl should not pre-judge, we have already too much fud here.

I guess I don't understand. By 'I don't buy the Bilderberg FuD', it seems that you believe that the Bilderberg angle is a central tenet of the thesis in the video.

FWIW, I can find several non-scary reasons that an organization directed by the same party that directs the Bilderberg group might invest in a company working on new monetary technology. (Of course, I can think of some scary ones as well). But the info in the video does not hinge upon the assumption that Bilderbergs hired Blockstream as their lackeys to destroy the viability of cryptocurrencies.

Yep, the hinge is not evident (enough), so I might gotten it too hard. Anyway, it should not matter to mention it but I'd rather concentrate on the decentral growth, esp in different teams, regions, agendas that makes bitcoin really unbreakeble, even by Bilderbergmonsters.

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December 03, 2017, 10:25:16 AM
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Sounds like we're all grumpy about 10k not being breached. It will happen, eventually.

Meantime here is something for the butt people: Note how she is walking away from a bitcoin cash wallet:




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December 03, 2017, 10:31:56 AM
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I believe that as the miners have less and less impact on it, the value of BCH will become more and more obvious.
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December 03, 2017, 10:52:03 AM
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I believe that as the miners have less and less impact on it, the value of BCH will become more and more obvious.
and what does it look like in your opinion?
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