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December 27, 2016, 08:49:20 PM
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All of this is becoming interesting. It seems like the rising of monero is beginning to have negative impact on dash !  Cool

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December 27, 2016, 08:52:45 PM
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Wow, this is what I can call Secret Santa!
Nice price!
I first assumed it's PnD, but seeing the volume.. it's a bit big, isn't it?

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December 27, 2016, 08:53:25 PM
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I sold everything and want to buy back in, since I really think Monero price is WAY too low currently.
I just hate buying a coin that is currently up 20%. Anyone have some advice on a price to buy some coins back?

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December 27, 2016, 09:05:38 PM
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there is a lot of people speaking amazing things about Monero. Do you really think its a good investment at long term? Better than bitcoin?
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December 27, 2016, 09:07:37 PM
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there is a lot of people speaking amazing things about Monero. Do you really think its a good investment at long term? Better than bitcoin?

Not financial advice, just personal, but yes, I believe so. As for better than bitcoin, it seems to have less inherent problems since it's different code, so no telling on that one.

I am quite long. I never sell, it's getting harder and harder to buy afaict, too.

Good luck & happy 2017 to you all! Grin

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December 27, 2016, 09:22:25 PM
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I sold everything and want to buy back in, since I really think Monero price is WAY too low currently.
I just hate buying a coin that is currently up 20%. Anyone have some advice on a price to buy some coins back?

I wrote you some advice and then noticed you advertise that shitcoin mill yobit so it's gone now. Do you own research.

Thanks xmr buyers. im out and now have free btc to do what I wish with. profit so good im going on vacation. Anyone here want to join me with their new found wealth?

You remind me of this guy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHg8qIKJo1I&t=1s

wow 100k xmr, imagine he still had them today. He's probably crying hard now. But seriously, someone lock in some profits with me and lets go to vegas this weekend and celebrate new years eve there. You wanna join me.

Nah, I do not enjoy gambling. I tried once with my classmates 10 yrs ago and lost 1 euro and after that I promised myself I do not play cards or other similar games + according to the Jewish law it is pure stealing because the person who loses is not giving up his money willingly sincehe has in mind that I will win (Rav Yosef Karo, Shulchan Aruch).
I prefer investing and sticking also long term. Also I do not want to start a correspondence with tax authorities.

I just saw 5 orthodox Jews with the hats and curly side burn things playing texas hold em for 2 weeks straight, and I thought the same thing. they told me they were supposed to be at a convention in NY.

Did anyone notice already the amount of available XMR is declining ?  
The amount of XMR for sale on polo was ~350.000,  now its down to ~200.000.

Thanx to the GUI i guess  Grin

You cannot use those numbers as indicators, if you do you will lose (badly). Wink

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December 27, 2016, 09:25:31 PM
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Do you really think its a good investment at long term?

If you are at the top 10 of the ( No) rich list, of course...

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Better than bitcoin?

What??
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December 27, 2016, 09:36:23 PM
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I sold everything and want to buy back in, since I really think Monero price is WAY too low currently.
I just hate buying a coin that is currently up 20%. Anyone have some advice on a price to buy some coins back?

I wrote you some advice and then noticed you advertise that shitcoin mill yobit so it's gone now. Do you own research.

Thanks xmr buyers. im out and now have free btc to do what I wish with. profit so good im going on vacation. Anyone here want to join me with their new found wealth?

You remind me of this guy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHg8qIKJo1I&t=1s

wow 100k xmr, imagine he still had them today. He's probably crying hard now. But seriously, someone lock in some profits with me and lets go to vegas this weekend and celebrate new years eve there. You wanna join me.

Nah, I do not enjoy gambling. I tried once with my classmates 10 yrs ago and lost 1 euro and after that I promised myself I do not play cards or other similar games + according to the Jewish law it is pure stealing because the person who loses is not giving up his money willingly sincehe has in mind that I will win (Rav Yosef Karo, Shulchan Aruch).
I prefer investing and sticking also long term. Also I do not want to start a correspondence with tax authorities.

I just saw 5 orthodox Jews with the hats and curly side burn things playing texas hold em for 2 weeks straight, and I thought the same thing. they told me they were supposed to be at a convention in NY.

Did anyone notice already the amount of available XMR is declining ?  
The amount of XMR for sale on polo was ~350.000,  now its down to ~200.000.

Thanx to the GUI i guess  Grin

You cannot use those numbers as indicators, if you do you will lose (badly). Wink

That's the exact reason why I am donating to http://www.divineinformation.com/
You are right, they are not supposed to be there. They not only practice stealing (gezel) but even worse: they ridicule the name of the G-d (chilul haShem) which is even worse than stealing. To minimize sins they should hide their Jewishness in places like these.
Of course even better it is if they start acting like real kosher Jews and becoming an example to the rest of the world to make this world at least a little bit better place to live in.
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December 27, 2016, 09:53:49 PM
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That's the exact reason why I am donating to http://www.divineinformation.com/
You are right, they are not supposed to be there. They not only practice stealing (gezel) but even worse: they ridicule the name of the G-d (chilul haShem) which is even worse than stealing. To minimize sins they should hide their Jewishness in places like these.
Of course even better it is if they start acting like real kosher Jews and becoming an example to the rest of the world to make this world at least a little bit better place to live in.


I don't judge but I detest hypocrites, especially if they are pushing religion.


Resistance is crumbling, wish I had been able to acquire more last few months.

My guess is BTC maximalists feel BTC has peaked.

Suppression is really trying to hold 0.01370000

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December 27, 2016, 09:57:15 PM
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That's the exact reason why I am donating to http://www.divineinformation.com/
You are right, they are not supposed to be there. They not only practice stealing (gezel) but even worse: they ridicule the name of the G-d (chilul haShem) which is even worse than stealing. To minimize sins they should hide their Jewishness in places like these.
Of course even better it is if they start acting like real kosher Jews and becoming an example to the rest of the world to make this world at least a little bit better place to live in.


I don't judge but I detest hypocrites, especially if they are pushing religion.


Resistance is crumbling, wish I had been able to acquire more last few months.
I've heard that it is futile anyway.
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December 27, 2016, 09:58:59 PM
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That's the exact reason why I am donating to http://www.divineinformation.com/
You are right, they are not supposed to be there. They not only practice stealing (gezel) but even worse: they ridicule the name of the G-d (chilul haShem) which is even worse than stealing. To minimize sins they should hide their Jewishness in places like these.
Of course even better it is if they start acting like real kosher Jews and becoming an example to the rest of the world to make this world at least a little bit better place to live in.


I don't judge but I detest hypocrites, especially if they are pushing religion.


Resistance is crumbling, wish I had been able to acquire more last few months.

I hate hypocricy as well but the issue is it will cause damage to others who do not do things that are not allowed so for their sake it is better not to put kipa on head if one cannot resist the temptation (which is kinda natural for everybody and the idea is to be slightly higher to the natural).
People tend to judge/label the whole group based on a few individuals despite the majority may not act similarly than the black sheep.

I think Monero will be higher 1 year from now (not to mention a decade) as it is today so I feel pretty safe with my stash.
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December 27, 2016, 10:01:26 PM
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That's the exact reason why I am donating to http://www.divineinformation.com/
You are right, they are not supposed to be there. They not only practice stealing (gezel) but even worse: they ridicule the name of the G-d (chilul haShem) which is even worse than stealing. To minimize sins they should hide their Jewishness in places like these.
Of course even better it is if they start acting like real kosher Jews and becoming an example to the rest of the world to make this world at least a little bit better place to live in.


I don't judge but I detest hypocrites, especially if they are pushing religion.


Resistance is crumbling, wish I had been able to acquire more last few months.
I've heard that it is futile anyway.


LOL, Suppression is really trying to hold 0.01370000



137 down from 100btc to 10. Wink

for you noobs this is a common shakeout accumulation technique where a whale is dumping into his own bids to keep bid side down while trying to hold a sell wall and accumulate everything that weak hands throw below that wall.

resistance shattered maybe he got his full?

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10082.01813790 BTC / 807685.86229093 XMR

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LOL, Suppression is really trying to hold 0.01370000

137 down from 100btc to 10. Wink

for you noobs this is a common shakeout accumulation technique where a whale is dumping into his own bids to keep bid side down while trying to hold a sell wall and accumulate everything that weak hands throw below that wall.

resistance shattered maybe he got his full?

 24hr Volume:
10082.01813790 BTC / 807685.86229093 XMR


Can you dumb down your posts a tad for us noobie morons, please. Serious. Probably some good intel you're sharing.
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December 28, 2016, 12:04:34 AM
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Monero is #2 in volume today on coinmarketcap.com
Second only to Bitcoin in volume. (Monero 24hr volume = $10,682,800)

Sheesh, how is this possible with so few exchanges trading Monero?
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December 28, 2016, 12:42:21 AM
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Monero is #2 in volume today on coinmarketcap.com
Second only to Bitcoin in volume. (Monero 24hr volume = $10,682,800)

Sheesh, how is this possible with so few exchanges trading Monero?


Poloniex and Bitfinex are huge exchanges. Polo also offers margin trading. The rest of the altcoin market has been dead in volume so Monero will naturally be way up there in volume.
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December 28, 2016, 12:44:03 AM
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Monero is #2 in volume today on coinmarketcap.com
Second only to Bitcoin in volume. (Monero 24hr volume = $10,682,800)

Sheesh, how is this possible with so few exchanges trading Monero?


It is possible because XMR/XBT on Poloniex is the 4th largest Bitcoin market. https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/#markets I have seen in the past where it was the largest Bitcoin market.

Concerned that blockchain bloat will lead to centralization? Storing less than 4 GB of data once required the budget of a superpower and a warehouse full of punched cards. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/87/IBM_card_storage.NARA.jpg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punched_card
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December 28, 2016, 01:19:56 AM
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Looks pretty good, a critical mass was reached. Now there is a realistic chance, to really build the secure, private, untraceable, fair and distributed payment system. That is needed and wanted by many of us.

A year ago there was some fear, Monero could have/run into a problem, appealing to new users and get big/relevant (market cap, media, conservative dev approach) enough to ever be a serious contender.

Now it's in our hand.
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December 28, 2016, 02:12:35 AM
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When will governments start to put pressure on monero? Is it just too small and not taken serious yet?


I've thought about this quite a bit in the past, but I can't really get my head around a solid answer for one primary reason.

Granted, it's a foregone conclusion that "governments" will WANT to "put pressure" on any competitive currency that they feel is excessively out of their control be it bitcoin or monero or zcash or whatever.

But in the case of XMR how exactly would this pressure work?  Precisely BECAUSE it's anonymous, untraceable, un-linkable etc there is more than enough plausible deniability that someone IS NOT EVEN USING IT at all, already, right from the start... isn't there?

So, basically, if the PTB tried to "ban Monero" and everyone just SAYS, "Oh, yeah, I hate that coin!  I never use it!  That's only for criminals!"

But all the while, just the same, IF everyone is simply going ahead and USING it anyway?  If nobody can *prove* that any transactions or coins or anything actually *belongs* to anyone in particular, what can be done about it anyway?

Isn't it really this simple or what am I missing about how "banning" something that's fundamentally "anonymous" really can never work?

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Can you dumb down your posts a tad for us noobie morons, please. Serious. Probably some good intel you're sharing.
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Can you dumb down your posts a tad for us noobie morons, please. Serious. Probably some good intel you're sharing.

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