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November 03, 2017, 06:03:35 PM
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Well, to be honest... I am pretty Monero over-heavy in my XMR/BTC ratio.  I am currently under my minimum percentage of total BTC goal currently due to dumping it all into XMR on the way down this slide.

In fact I have been as tempted as I ever have been to sell some XMR to get me back to that psychological BTC number.  I've been a little over exuberant buying recently.

The feeling that I've overbought while the price bottoms tells me I'm doing it right.

Balance your portfolio on the upward corrections.
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November 03, 2017, 06:23:33 PM
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I can understand BTC envy due to the ongoing ramp, but lately my most massive gains have been on B2X, which doubled between midnight and 6AM this morning, and BCH, which is less exhuberant but more liquid. 

And yes, Johnny Mnemonic is quite right that one should, as a rule, rebalance away from the leading asset, into the lagging one, ceteris paribus.

Give a man a fish and he eats for a day.  Give a man a Poisson distribution and he eats at random times independent of one another, at a constant known rate.
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November 03, 2017, 06:45:14 PM
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Assuming we've already seen the bottom, then I'd say our next USD high will be around $425. This is a number I'm pulling out of my ass, of course, looking at past performance.
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November 03, 2017, 07:39:21 PM
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There's been a great deal of GitHub activity these past few days. A lot of commits from Jaqueeee for the wallets, in particular.

Couple this with the fact that Globee are going to have to get their ducks in order well before Christmas (which will mean, inter alia, mobile wallets)
I'm more hopeful then ever that we're going to see some important releases very soon.

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November 03, 2017, 09:43:49 PM
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It feels to me like one of those times when I felt I had overbought the dip..

...then suddenly realised - as it turned back up - it was the right decision.

I never regretted buying Monero when it got to the 'blood in the streets (even if it's your own)' point.

Because, damn it - Monero never lets you down in the long run.

'It's the tech, stupid'


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November 03, 2017, 09:45:22 PM
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I can understand BTC envy due to the ongoing ramp, but lately my most massive gains have been on B2X, which doubled between midnight and 6AM this morning, and BCH, which is less exhuberant but more liquid. 

And yes, Johnny Mnemonic is quite right that one should, as a rule, rebalance away from the leading asset, into the lagging one, ceteris paribus.
What futures market are you using?
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November 03, 2017, 09:55:54 PM
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I can understand BTC envy due to the ongoing ramp, but lately my most massive gains have been on B2X, which doubled between midnight and 6AM this morning, and BCH, which is less exhuberant but more liquid. 

And yes, Johnny Mnemonic is quite right that one should, as a rule, rebalance away from the leading asset, into the lagging one, ceteris paribus.
What futures market are you using?

Bitfinex is probably the premier and most liquid.

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November 03, 2017, 11:34:51 PM
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It feels to me like one of those times when I felt I had overbought the dip..

...then suddenly realised - as it turned back up - it was the right decision.

I never regretted buying Monero when it got to the 'blood in the streets (even if it's your own)' point.

Because, damn it - Monero never lets you down in the long run.

'It's the tech, stupid'



alts are up, end of story. Is FCT teh tech as well?

Get sick. Get well.
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November 03, 2017, 11:53:02 PM
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I can understand BTC envy due to the ongoing ramp, but lately my most massive gains have been on B2X, which doubled between midnight and 6AM this morning, and BCH, which is less exhuberant but more liquid. 

And yes, Johnny Mnemonic is quite right that one should, as a rule, rebalance away from the leading asset, into the lagging one, ceteris paribus.
What futures market are you using?

Bitfinex is probably the premier and most liquid.
Bitfinex closed my account, because I'm in the U.S.  I thought aminorex was in the U.S., too.  Maybe he found another futures market.  What others are there besides Bitfinex?  And why did you answer the question I asked aminorex?
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November 04, 2017, 02:36:12 AM
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With the latest flee of capitals for the bitcoin fork and the anoncoin attention having been temporarily redirected to zencoin thanks to palms beach recommendations, XMR lost traction and now seems to be time to a good buying range for XMR (at the moment 86$).

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November 04, 2017, 02:38:17 AM
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With the latest flee of capitals for the bitcoin fork and the anoncoin attention having been temporarily redirected to zencoin thanks to palms beach recommendations, XMR lost traction and now seems to be time to a good buying range for XMR (at the moment 86$).

I agree. XMR has privacy advantages and more long term potential. Hopefully investors see the light.
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November 04, 2017, 10:32:32 AM
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And why did you answer the question I asked aminorex?

I do that all the time. Is it taboo? Huh Lips sealed

I don't think so, we are a community of friends who all help out. Nothing wrong with that.


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November 04, 2017, 11:43:32 AM
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And why did you answer the question I asked aminorex?

I do that all the time. Is it taboo? Huh Lips sealed

I don't think so, we are a community of friends who all help out. Nothing wrong with that.



Thanks guys, I was indeed just answering in an effort to help.  I hope we will all continue to do so - many people on here have helped me out before and I really appreciated it.

What goes around...

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November 04, 2017, 11:56:23 AM
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Quite nice token, monero is like bitcoin

I wouldn't say that... It has some basic similarities but overall they are very different thing.
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November 04, 2017, 01:22:26 PM
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With the latest flee of capitals for the bitcoin fork and the anoncoin attention having been temporarily redirected to zencoin thanks to palms beach recommendations, XMR lost traction and now seems to be time to a good buying range for XMR (at the moment 86$).

Lol.  A couple years ago a good buying range was around two bucks.  I'm not saying it's over priced or anything.  It's just funny how far Monero has gone since those days of the altcoin sub being bombarded by FUD over and over.  And it has proven that it's one of the best, if not the best altcoin.

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Last edit: November 04, 2017, 03:17:35 PM by generalizethis
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Coffee chat is happening now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoY60a_qhPg

Just mentioned: http://www.xmrujo.com/

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November 04, 2017, 03:43:08 PM
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With the latest flee of capitals for the bitcoin fork and the anoncoin attention having been temporarily redirected to zencoin thanks to palms beach recommendations, XMR lost traction and now seems to be time to a good buying range for XMR (at the moment 86$).
I second this.

I’ve been filling my bag at 85ish dollars and I’m expecting the price to rise a fair amount in the next pump (even if it goes down a bit, it should go up a lot more after).

Fingers crossed.

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November 04, 2017, 03:43:33 PM
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Coffee chat is happening now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoY60a_qhPg

Just mentioned: http://www.xmrujo.com/


Thanks for the link. Followed now in you tube.


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November 04, 2017, 09:25:31 PM
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If you get how the zerocoin protocol works you will see how easy it is to have privacy. It's possible to keep all your coins untraceable on pivx, by keeping them on the zpiv form, however you can't stake this way.

And once they come from the zpiv accumlator, what can you say about the origin or destination of those pivx? nothing.

Wink.

And this statement just proves that they are not Fungable and can never be.

/answering shill mode off

I feel like the goal of trying to cast the widest net for suckers users has many treating privacy as a feature, rather than a function. Until their goal is fungibility and creating the largest anonymity set, they will continue to stare at Monero's design in dumb awe. They neither understand that Monero's user base demands best in class privacy or how to attain best in class privacy--to them marketing and better-than-Bitcoin's-privacy are enough.


that's exactly my question, why is monero better than pivx from a privacy point of view?

And yes I think it's a very relevant topic for the monero speculation thread. If pivx tech is better...
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November 04, 2017, 10:00:37 PM
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If you get how the zerocoin protocol works you will see how easy it is to have privacy. It's possible to keep all your coins untraceable on pivx, by keeping them on the zpiv form, however you can't stake this way.

And once they come from the zpiv accumlator, what can you say about the origin or destination of those pivx? nothing.

Wink.

And this statement just proves that they are not Fungable and can never be.

/answering shill mode off

I feel like the goal of trying to cast the widest net for suckers users has many treating privacy as a feature, rather than a function. Until their goal is fungibility and creating the largest anonymity set, they will continue to stare at Monero's design in dumb awe. They neither understand that Monero's user base demands best in class privacy or how to attain best in class privacy--to them marketing and better-than-Bitcoin's-privacy are enough.


that's exactly my question, why is monero better than pivx from a privacy point of view?

And yes I think it's a very relevant topic for the monero speculation thread. If pivx tech is better...

Read the bolded as it applies to optional privacy--I said this before and can only repeat it so many times--if you don't understand, that's not my problem. Also, if you want technological analysis, I suggest you ask in the monero ann thread or on reddit or on irc--this is a Monero speculation thread, not a development thread. It's obvious that you are using it to shill pivx. It's off topic, annoying and obvious. Please ask technical questions on a technical thread.

Look I'll even link you a great place to find out all the reasons pivx is inferior: https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero

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