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December 24, 2017, 05:27:12 PM
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As this is a speculation group I have a simple question: Do you guys believe XMR will be 0.1 BTC someday ? like Bcash

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December 24, 2017, 05:48:49 PM
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December 24, 2017, 06:07:27 PM
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Hey guys

As this is a speculation group I have a simple question: Do you guys believe XMR will be 0.1 BTC someday ? like Bcash

Yes I really do think so. Monero is one of the only altocoins that people are buying not as a speculation on some imaginary future utopia but for real world use today. It fits a niche that the market is actually demanding right now. Namely safe secure private currency for darknet transactions. I even see monero as being one of the only ones that will be left standing if this whole sector turns out to be the biggest bubble in history and crashes in a huge way. Because, again, people need it as a tool to solve a real world problem that they are facing.

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December 24, 2017, 06:18:37 PM
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Monero is the state of the art in money.  Nothing better expresses the qualities of money better than Monero.  After Bitcoin has gone to zero for its political deadlock and unsuitability for use, Monero will still be money.  So yeah, but not for long: By the time it passes 0.1 BTC it will be poised to rapidly surpass 1.0 BTC, then eventually 10BTC, 100BTC and perhaps even 1000BTC, depending on whether or not a settlements network can be salvaged from the ashes of Bitcoin.

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December 24, 2017, 06:27:38 PM
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Coinmarketcap should include Bithumb or exclude it, not that half day they include it and half day they exclude it. Then price goes up and down way more. Well it basically dont, but just looks like it does.

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December 24, 2017, 06:29:17 PM
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Hey guys

As this is a speculation group I have a simple question: Do you guys believe XMR will be 0.1 BTC someday ? like Bcash

Briefly, in passing.  Brings to mind a random conversation with a fat friend, year ago.  I'll skip to the relevant bit: " 200 pounds?  Ya I was 200 pounds once.  For about 10 minutes.  In 8th grade."  Some things are fleeting  Wink
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December 24, 2017, 06:34:17 PM
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Hey guys

As this is a speculation group I have a simple question: Do you guys believe XMR will be 0.1 BTC someday ? like Bcash

Briefly, in passing.  Brings to mind a random conversation with a fat friend, year ago.  I'll skip to the relevant bit: " 200 pounds?  Ya I was 200 pounds once.  For about 10 minutes.  In 8th grade."  Some things are fleeting  Wink

That's nothing. I'm the former world record holder for youngest person on earth.

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December 24, 2017, 06:35:41 PM
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Coinmarketcap should include Bithumb or exclude it, not that half day they include it and half day they exclude it. Then price goes up and down way more. Well it basically dont, but just looks like it does.

Livecoinwatch has started the same shit.  Looks like they've dropped Bithumb from the average, though they keep it on the list, and show it as the lion's share of volume still.  I generally watch polo BTC:XMR anyway, which tends to sit right at the LCW average when Bithumb is excluded.  I find LCW a better monitor due to live updates that display on Chrome tab, and a dark theme.  Refreshing CMC is a pain in the ass, and blindingly white.
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December 24, 2017, 07:10:43 PM
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alternative tokens began to appear recently. an airdrop or fork. caused an upward trend in these price valuation. Monero  is a key project in this market.  Cool Wink
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December 24, 2017, 07:26:01 PM
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So what are the predictions from the crypto masters on this forum? bitcoin drops to ...  and monero rises from the ashes and gains terretory over bitcoin?
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December 24, 2017, 07:33:00 PM
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Monero is the state of the art in money.  Nothing better expresses the qualities of money better than Monero.  After Bitcoin has gone to zero for its political deadlock and unsuitability for use, Monero will still be money.  So yeah, but not for long: By the time it passes 0.1 BTC it will be poised to rapidly surpass 1.0 BTC, then eventually 10BTC, 100BTC and perhaps even 1000BTC, depending on whether or not a settlements network can be salvaged from the ashes of Bitcoin.


That is both a bold and somewhat frightening prediction.

I am curious of peoples views of the emerging blocksize/fee issues bitcoin is facing, as well as the attacks on BTC currently - particularly in regards to Monero value, both from a speculative investment perspective as well as a project.

My own views here are just forming.. and frankly I am a bit adrift.  Not sure where I see things going...
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December 24, 2017, 07:57:03 PM
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Monero is the state of the art in money.  Nothing better expresses the qualities of money better than Monero.  After Bitcoin has gone to zero for its political deadlock and unsuitability for use, Monero will still be money.  So yeah, but not for long: By the time it passes 0.1 BTC it will be poised to rapidly surpass 1.0 BTC, then eventually 10BTC, 100BTC and perhaps even 1000BTC, depending on whether or not a settlements network can be salvaged from the ashes of Bitcoin.


That is both a bold and somewhat frightening prediction.

I am curious of peoples views of the emerging blocksize/fee issues bitcoin is facing, as well as the attacks on BTC currently - particularly in regards to Monero value, both from a speculative investment perspective as well as a project.

My own views here are just forming.. and frankly I am a bit adrift.  Not sure where I see things going...

   IF BTC can fix its shit (and I don't mean fix, just triage) soonTM, it has potential to hold and increase value.  Mostly looks like BTC hodlers huddle under the covers, waiting for mommy to turn the lights on though, and as far as development, um... Corporate Coin, Corporate Wars.  Personally, I saw what was being written on the wall in 2013/14, and found Monero almost immediately (thanks aminorex, for the heads up) because I was already looking for it. By 2015 I had become a maximalist.  There have been some hurdles, but every day, my reasoning is reinforced.  Bitcoin is a dead horse.  Sorcery may ensue, but even a BTC resurrection won't take away from XMR going places, and faster than most will be able to comprehend.  10-1000x BTC?  That would require a very sad outcome for myspace BTC.  There is a LOT of money at stake now, so maybe it will be made to live and grow, but it will never be all that we once thought it was, or wanted it to be:  Monero.  So far, so good.
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YAY, Coinbase fuked me this time instead of polo! For the first time I sold on a high (instead of holding and watching the process repeat) and tried to cash out when BTC was still at !7k and friggin Coin base wouldn't let me sell and now BTC is dumped and I'm stuck with it. Luckily I didn't have that much. These exchanges are driving me nuts, even when you get it right they screw you.

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YAY, Coinbase fuked me this time! For the first time I sold on a high (instead of holding and watching the process repeat) and tried to cash out when BTC was still at !7k and friggin Coin base wouldn't let me sell and now BTC is dumped and I'm stuck with it. Luckily I didn't have that much. These exchanges are driving me nuts, even when you get it right they screw you.

Keeps you from blowing it at the casino though... Just a thought  Cheesy
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December 24, 2017, 08:44:01 PM
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YAY, Coinbase fuked me this time! For the first time I sold on a high (instead of holding and watching the process repeat) and tried to cash out when BTC was still at !7k and friggin Coin base wouldn't let me sell and now BTC is dumped and I'm stuck with it. Luckily I didn't have that much. These exchanges are driving me nuts, even when you get it right they screw you.

Why are the biggest exchanges like Bitfinex en Coinbase so shady , they are run by fraudsters nobody should use them.

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December 24, 2017, 08:48:53 PM
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YAY, Coinbase fuked me this time! For the first time I sold on a high (instead of holding and watching the process repeat) and tried to cash out when BTC was still at !7k and friggin Coin base wouldn't let me sell and now BTC is dumped and I'm stuck with it. Luckily I didn't have that much. These exchanges are driving me nuts, even when you get it right they screw you.

Keeps you from blowing it at the casino though... Just a thought  Cheesy


HAH! I just got back went up $3500 first 2 days then lost $3500 last day, dammit. Cheesy

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Yup.  I know what I want for Christmas  Grin  and I won't be watching the fireplace...
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December 24, 2017, 09:38:47 PM
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So much adoration for this coin. There is something about its anonymity. Vastly spread in south America. If the technology improves and XMR becomes more comfortable (light wallet…) the price will probably rise. 307$ value right now (include dip).
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December 24, 2017, 09:44:35 PM
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So much adoration for this coin. There is something about its anonymity. Vastly spread in south America. If the technology improves and XMR becomes more comfortable (light wallet…) the price will probably rise. 307$ value right now (include dip).

XMR.to integrated into Monerujo wallet in beta testing.  From what I've read, if you enter BTC address in the send to field of the XMR wallet, it automates the XMR.to process seamlessly.  Holy @#^# Batman!  Huge.  Just huge.  Especially given that XMR.to covers the BTC fees. 
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