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January 14, 2019, 01:29:15 PM
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Next ATH for NEM as well as BTC and most other cryptos isn't likely until Winter 2021.  Bull run will start around late 2020 early 2021 building up to ATH around December 2021.

Are you a time traveler? Is John Titus from your timelime?

No, I've come back from the future  Cheesy

Those predictions were based on my research, and a combination of upcoming events, fundamentals, and on previous trends over the last decade. 

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January 14, 2019, 01:50:15 PM
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Next ATH for NEM as well as BTC and most other cryptos isn't likely until Winter 2021.  Bull run will start around late 2020 early 2021 building up to ATH around December 2021.

Are you a time traveler? Is John Titus from your timelime?

No, I've come back from the future  Cheesy

Those predictions were based on my research, and a combination of upcoming events, fundamentals, and on previous trends over the last decade. 

Not cool. 2 straight years of famine here in crypto land.

What do you think is the bottom on bitcoin and nem before they start going upward?
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January 14, 2019, 02:31:45 PM
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Next ATH for NEM as well as BTC and most other cryptos isn't likely until Winter 2021.  Bull run will start around late 2020 early 2021 building up to ATH around December 2021.

Are you a time traveler? Is John Titus from your timelime?

No, I've come back from the future  Cheesy

Those predictions were based on my research, and a combination of upcoming events, fundamentals, and on previous trends over the last decade.  

Not cool. 2 straight years of famine here in crypto land.

What do you think is the bottom on bitcoin and nem before they start going upward?

I can't put a figure on the bottoms, but it's looking quite flat in the short to medium term, it will be a stormy ride in this bear market until around late 2020 when the next major bull run is likely to begin; building up throughout the following year and climaxing around Winter 2021.  We're very likely to see highs exceeding the ones that were apparent in the Winter 2017 bull run.

Disclaimer: This is not financial advice.  Invest only what you can afford to lose.


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January 15, 2019, 02:08:02 AM
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It costs $5k USD to attack Ethereum Classic, $90k to attack Ethereum, and $280k to attack Bitcoin, and $260,000,000 to attack NEM. POW chains have basically nothing at stake, but in POI, there is A LOT at stake if you want to attack.
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January 15, 2019, 03:51:58 AM
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It costs $5k USD to attack Ethereum Classic, $90k to attack Ethereum, and $280k to attack Bitcoin, and $260,000,000 to attack NEM. POW chains have basically nothing at stake, but in POI, there is A LOT at stake if you want to attack.
Would you mind sharing the link from which you get those estimated costs to attack networks, ETC, ETH, BTC, and NEM, please.
I guess that the costs for attacking will change considerably at different period, depends on both total networks' hashrates, price of coins, and some other components.

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January 15, 2019, 05:37:29 AM
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To all the guys who have been here from the start of nem announcement, how many cashed out more than a million $ (or several million) during 2017-2018 peak time?

I confess I did Smiley Despite all the bashing I did at nem and nem developers back in 2014-15, thank you guys.  People forget that I owned nem stakes even when I was trolling a lot here.

Ethereum was good too.

I still own a lot of nem.



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January 15, 2019, 01:47:59 PM
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https://www.coindesk.com/the-ethereum-classic-attacker-has-sent-a-bigger-message
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January 15, 2019, 01:48:36 PM
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https://nemjapan.jp/4000-transactions-per-second-on-the-private-catapult-blockchain/
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January 15, 2019, 03:41:20 PM
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To all the guys who have been here from the start of nem announcement, how many cashed out more than a million $ (or several million) during 2017-2018 peak time?

I confess I did Smiley Despite all the bashing I did at nem and nem developers back in 2014-15, thank you guys.  People forget that I owned nem stakes even when I was trolling a lot here.

Ethereum was good too.

I still own a lot of nem.




Nice for you.  Pity that i haven't cashed out some I thought it could go higher.  Undecided
How have you done that?
Were you going trough XEM/BTC => BTC/TUSD and then to USD?

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January 15, 2019, 05:52:20 PM
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It costs $5k USD to attack Ethereum Classic, $90k to attack Ethereum, and $280k to attack Bitcoin, and $260,000,000 to attack NEM. POW chains have basically nothing at stake, but in POI, there is A LOT at stake if you want to attack.

Define attack. 51% attack?
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January 15, 2019, 11:58:35 PM
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Nice for you.  Pity that i haven't cashed out some I thought it could go higher.  Undecided
How have you done that?
Were you going trough XEM/BTC => BTC/TUSD and then to USD?

Yes, XEM to BTC and then to USD using gemini.com and I did it in Dec 2017 and January 2018 which luckily turned out to be the right time anyway. Same with Ethereum, NXT and a few other things I had.  I paid the taxes early too in March both for 2017 and 2018 -- estimate tax for 2018--  (which was like 20% capital gain tax).

I still have some BTC and XEM and ETH but I am not planning to sell anything for the next 3 to 4 years,  even if the price goes back to $1. Maybe 3 or 4 dollars, then yes, but otherwise I am good. 

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January 16, 2019, 07:08:05 AM
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To all the guys who have been here from the start of nem announcement, how many cashed out more than a million $ (or several million) during 2017-2018 peak time?

I confess I did Smiley Despite all the bashing I did at nem and nem developers back in 2014-15, thank you guys.  People forget that I owned nem stakes even when I was trolling a lot here.

Ethereum was good too.

I still own a lot of nem.

If only I had held on to my stake for 1.5 more years, I would have been in the same boat as you. Alas, I settled for a 10x profit as opposed to a 500x profit.

What's funny is I trolled here quite a bit too in the early days. I rarely click on this thread but I did today because I recognized your name. Remember kodtycoon? He sold his account a while back -- must have cashed out early than either one of us!

I still kick myself for not holding longer from time to time but ultimately its just one of those "woulda, shoulda" type deals.

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January 16, 2019, 10:53:39 AM
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To all the guys who have been here from the start of nem announcement, how many cashed out more than a million $ (or several million) during 2017-2018 peak time?

I confess I did Smiley Despite all the bashing I did at nem and nem developers back in 2014-15, thank you guys.  People forget that I owned nem stakes even when I was trolling a lot here.

Ethereum was good too.

I still own a lot of nem.

If only I had held on to my stake for 1.5 more years, I would have been in the same boat as you. Alas, I settled for a 10x profit as opposed to a 500x profit.

What's funny is I trolled here quite a bit too in the early days. I rarely click on this thread but I did today because I recognized your name. Remember kodtycoon? He sold his account a while back -- must have cashed out early than either one of us!

I still kick myself for not holding longer from time to time but ultimately its just one of those "woulda, shoulda" type deals.

Guys what were your agenda here back then?! Why were you trolling?
Was it to lower the price and buy more XEM cheaper or what?


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January 16, 2019, 11:29:27 AM
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NEM Bootcamp - Hello, Blockchain! JAPAN



https://nembootcamp.connpass.com/event/114137/
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Guys what were your agenda here back then?! Why were you trolling?
Was it to lower the price and buy more XEM cheaper or what?

I m not sure. I wasn't happy about developers keeping unclaimed stakes. Also, Nem was started by guys who were involved in nxt, and most of the people here came from nxt. But some of the new nem stakeholders were loudmouth nxt bashers, and that would piss me off too. I am not sure the exact reason why I wasn't that enthusiastic. I owned a lot of nem stakes too so why would I want to lower the price? I just didn't care and didn't expect nem (and everything else too as I owned  ETH and BTC) to go that high n 2017-2018. I had been buying crypto since 2013 and 2017-2018 was the first time I ever sold anything. I never thought about selling until I saw several million potential $. That also means I would have not sold anything if the prices hadn't gone that high.

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Guys what were your agenda here back then?! Why were you trolling?
Was it to lower the price and buy more XEM cheaper or what?

I m not sure. I wasn't happy about developers keeping unclaimed stakes. Also, Nem was started by guys who were involved in nxt, and most of the people here came from nxt. But some of the new nem stakeholders were loudmouth nxt bashers, and that would piss me off too. I am not sure the exact reason why I wasn't that enthusiastic. I owned a lot of nem stakes too so why would I want to lower the price? I just didn't care and didn't expect nem (and everything else too as I owned  ETH and BTC) to go that high n 2017-2018. I had been buying crypto since 2013 and 2017-2018 was the first time I ever sold anything. I never thought about selling until I saw several million potential $. That also means I would have not sold anything if the prices hadn't gone that high.




well, I do not buy your writings Wink
But cannot blame me on that Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=654845.msg15457866#msg15457866


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Guys what were your agenda here back then?! Why were you trolling?
Was it to lower the price and buy more XEM cheaper or what?

I m not sure. I wasn't happy about developers keeping unclaimed stakes. Also, Nem was started by guys who were involved in nxt, and most of the people here came from nxt. But some of the new nem stakeholders were loudmouth nxt bashers, and that would piss me off too. I am not sure the exact reason why I wasn't that enthusiastic. I owned a lot of nem stakes too so why would I want to lower the price? I just didn't care and didn't expect nem (and everything else too as I owned  ETH and BTC) to go that high n 2017-2018. I had been buying crypto since 2013 and 2017-2018 was the first time I ever sold anything. I never thought about selling until I saw several million potential $. That also means I would have not sold anything if the prices hadn't gone that high.




well, I do not buy your writings Wink
But cannot blame me on that Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=654845.msg15457866#msg15457866



what does that link suppose to mean? Yeah, I thought nem would continue to fall, so what?  I already admitted I wasn't that enthusiastic and didn't care.

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January 17, 2019, 03:47:57 PM
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To all the guys who have been here from the start of nem announcement, how many cashed out more than a million $ (or several million) during 2017-2018 peak time?

I confess I did Smiley Despite all the bashing I did at nem and nem developers back in 2014-15, thank you guys.  People forget that I owned nem stakes even when I was trolling a lot here.

Ethereum was good too.

I still own a lot of nem.

If only I had held on to my stake for 1.5 more years, I would have been in the same boat as you. Alas, I settled for a 10x profit as opposed to a 500x profit.

What's funny is I trolled here quite a bit too in the early days. I rarely click on this thread but I did today because I recognized your name. Remember kodtycoon? He sold his account a while back -- must have cashed out early than either one of us!

I still kick myself for not holding longer from time to time but ultimately its just one of those "woulda, shoulda" type deals.

Guys what were your agenda here back then?! Why were you trolling?
Was it to lower the price and buy more XEM cheaper or what?

Nope, I've never engaged in that tactic. As things are now, the forum was rife with scams even back in those days. There was a big to-do with the original dev, UtopianFuture, creating a bunch of sockpuppet accounts in order to get more stakes -- kind of went against his whole idealist philosophy of a "fairly distributed" coin.

So, trust wasn't very high. Of course NEM went on to achieve levels of success most of us never thought were imaginable.

I also used to refer to Ethereum as "Disappeareum" before its launch because it took so damn long to release... Whoops.

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January 17, 2019, 05:54:21 PM
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To all the guys who have been here from the start of nem announcement, how many cashed out more than a million $ (or several million) during 2017-2018 peak time?

I confess I did Smiley Despite all the bashing I did at nem and nem developers back in 2014-15, thank you guys.  People forget that I owned nem stakes even when I was trolling a lot here.

Ethereum was good too.

I still own a lot of nem.

If only I had held on to my stake for 1.5 more years, I would have been in the same boat as you. Alas, I settled for a 10x profit as opposed to a 500x profit.

What's funny is I trolled here quite a bit too in the early days. I rarely click on this thread but I did today because I recognized your name. Remember kodtycoon? He sold his account a while back -- must have cashed out early than either one of us!

I still kick myself for not holding longer from time to time but ultimately its just one of those "woulda, shoulda" type deals.

Guys what were your agenda here back then?! Why were you trolling?
Was it to lower the price and buy more XEM cheaper or what?

Nope, I've never engaged in that tactic. As things are now, the forum was rife with scams even back in those days. There was a big to-do with the original dev, UtopianFuture, creating a bunch of sockpuppet accounts in order to get more stakes -- kind of went against his whole idealist philosophy of a "fairly distributed" coin.

So, trust wasn't very high. Of course NEM went on to achieve levels of success most of us never thought were imaginable.

I also used to refer to Ethereum as "Disappeareum" before its launch because it took so damn long to release... Whoops.

not true.
I have seen that he admitted to have some extra profiles to get some activity to the new coin - not getting stakes.




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January 17, 2019, 08:53:30 PM
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We all know utopian created a bunch of sock puppets. Old story.

Moving on.
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