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September 14, 2017, 09:36:02 PM
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Someone posted this on a Slack Channel I've been Lurking in.  Does this mean there is an insane amount of transactions still waiting to process? ... I hate to say it, but this looks bad.  Especially if these are headed to the exchanges.


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they want buy ... not sell.  Cheesy
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September 14, 2017, 10:10:26 PM
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Someone posted this on a Slack Channel I've been Lurking in.  Does this mean there is an insane amount of transactions still waiting to process? ... I hate to say it, but this looks bad.  Especially if these are headed to the exchanges.



I saw this same info graphic on Charlie Lees twitter earlier today.  Its impressive but not ominous.

To quote your title.  It's 'action'.  A lot of it.  It means BTC is alive and still as volatile as ever.  




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