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January 31, 2018, 12:33:18 AM
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People calling 267 failing are weird.

Its comfortably above any kind of hold/sell level of the past. And we been around that to 28 for weeks.

I feel so unworried, I don't get it.

Someone mentioned this before and it was eyeopening for me. It's all about what price you bought in at. You and I glob probably bought in at single or double digit prices. It's easy for us to just sit back, relax and ignore the screaming children. But its different for people who paid 300 400 or heaven forbid almost 500 dollars.

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January 31, 2018, 07:32:03 AM
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i think monero will do a high jump after this market crash. we trust monero, and it deserves better prices and better marketcap.
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January 31, 2018, 07:42:18 AM
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i think monero will do a high jump after this market crash. we trust monero, and it deserves better prices and better marketcap.

Amen, i could not agree more. It hurts to see it go down for now. But I really believe it will reach 1000 usd some day. Its not a question IF it will happen but WHEN
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January 31, 2018, 07:46:53 AM
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i think monero will do a high jump after this market crash. we trust monero, and it deserves better prices and better marketcap.

Amen, i could not agree more. It hurts to see it go down for now. But I really believe it will reach 1000 usd some day. Its not a question IF it will happen but WHEN
we all want to know this answer. when will it reach.
but  i'am sure it will be reach to 1000 usd.

Guys also please read this article. "When A Small Leak Sinks A Great Ship: Deanonymizing Tor
Hidden Service Users Through Bitcoin Transactions Analysis"
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1801.07501.pdf
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January 31, 2018, 01:52:00 PM
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i think monero will do a high jump after this market crash. we trust monero, and it deserves better prices and better marketcap.

Amen, i could not agree more. It hurts to see it go down for now. But I really believe it will reach 1000 usd some day. Its not a question IF it will happen but WHEN
we all want to know this answer. when will it reach.
but  i'am sure it will be reach to 1000 usd.

Guys also please read this article. "When A Small Leak Sinks A Great Ship: Deanonymizing Tor
Hidden Service Users Through Bitcoin Transactions Analysis"
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1801.07501.pdf

The worst case plausible scenario for 1Kusd is 3 years.


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January 31, 2018, 02:12:12 PM
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People calling 267 failing are weird.

Its comfortably above any kind of hold/sell level of the past. And we been around that to 28 for weeks.

I feel so unworried, I don't get it.

Someone mentioned this before and it was eyeopening for me. It's all about what price you bought in at. You and I glob probably bought in at single or double digit prices. It's easy for us to just sit back, relax and ignore the screaming children. But its different for people who paid 300 400 or heaven forbid almost 500 dollars.
Exactly, you guys go way back far enough not to make a loss if the market would crash and lose 90% of it's value.

But nowadays you don't just add a few dozens of Monero to your portfolio anymore, at least not me..

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January 31, 2018, 03:40:17 PM
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do you guys think that BTCP (co-fork of ZCL and BTC) could have any impact on Monero? By impact I mean BTC holders that want to invest in a privacy coin could potentially prefer BTCP to Monero due to its name
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January 31, 2018, 04:29:20 PM
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People calling 267 failing are weird.

Its comfortably above any kind of hold/sell level of the past. And we been around that to 28 for weeks.

I feel so unworried, I don't get it.

Someone mentioned this before and it was eyeopening for me. It's all about what price you bought in at. You and I glob probably bought in at single or double digit prices. It's easy for us to just sit back, relax and ignore the screaming children. But its different for people who paid 300 400 or heaven forbid almost 500 dollars.
But nowadays you don't just add a few dozens of Monero to your portfolio anymore, at least not me..
that does not make any sense

its not about the moneros you add but about how much you are willing to stake.

previous movements shouldnt be a concern of yours. either you buy in and take the risk or you dont. that was no different when the price was lower.
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January 31, 2018, 04:57:22 PM
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still so much negativity everywhere about bitcoin price... i hope the market can go north again during the first 6 months of this year. if not , i guess we wont see 1000 this year
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January 31, 2018, 05:08:48 PM
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still so much negativity everywhere about bitcoin price... i hope the market can go north again during the first 6 months of this year. if not , i guess we wont see 1000 this year

2019 is my earliest target anyway.

Just look at the emissions curve, then consider the features in the pipeline. Etc.



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January 31, 2018, 05:09:56 PM
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still so much negativity everywhere about bitcoin price... i hope the market can go north again during the first 6 months of this year. if not , i guess we wont see 1000 this year

There was an article on zerohedge this morning about how robinhood has more than a million people on their waiting list to use their soon to be crypto trading platform. It's looking like this could be almost another coinbase worth of fresh capital coming into the sector.

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January 31, 2018, 05:27:24 PM
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do you guys think that BTCP (co-fork of ZCL and BTC) could have any impact on Monero? By impact I mean BTC holders that want to invest in a privacy coin could potentially prefer BTCP to Monero due to its name

Optional privacy with flawed Snarks? Yea not concerned.

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January 31, 2018, 06:40:58 PM
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still so much negativity everywhere about bitcoin price... i hope the market can go north again during the first 6 months of this year. if not , i guess we wont see 1000 this year

There was an article on zerohedge this morning about how robinhood has more than a million people on their waiting list to use their soon to be crypto trading platform. It's looking like this could be almost another coinbase worth of fresh capital coming into the sector.

This is assuming it gets broader usage than just the 5 states.
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January 31, 2018, 07:40:28 PM
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still so much negativity everywhere about bitcoin price... i hope the market can go north again during the first 6 months of this year. if not , i guess we wont see 1000 this year

There was an article on zerohedge this morning about how robinhood has more than a million people on their waiting list to use their soon to be crypto trading platform. It's looking like this could be almost another coinbase worth of fresh capital coming into the sector.

This is assuming it gets broader usage than just the 5 states.

   Yea, It's kind of a joke right now.  They currently do not allow depositing BTC or any Crypto.  I don't know where "they" get them to trade... 

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January 31, 2018, 08:48:32 PM
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January 31, 2018, 09:04:41 PM
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do you guys think that BTCP (co-fork of ZCL and BTC) could have any impact on Monero? By impact I mean BTC holders that want to invest in a privacy coin could potentially prefer BTCP to Monero due to its name

Come back with some details.  How much premine? how much dev/marketing etc tax?  what emission curve?  Rich list? default privacy or opt-in? how large/active development team? How many actual full time cryptographers employed?  What company is backing it?  People 'investing' in it because of its name have little money, or soon will.  Looks like yet another (#30?) cash grab bitcoin fork, but I couldn't be bothered to waste my time looking it up.  Impact on Monero?  a small boost once a small percentage salvage a small part of their 'investment' and move it to Monero.  The con-men running the show will likely put profits to Monero also before they abandon their fork salad.

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Since I tripped over it, I'll share this tidbit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7ud8bl/what_do_you_think_about_bitcoin_private/
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February 01, 2018, 12:37:08 AM
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Funny thing is that although price has dropped a lot, hash rate keeps rising... 30 days ago it was 300 MH/s and 60 days ago was 150 MH/s
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February 01, 2018, 01:04:42 AM
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Funny thing is that although price has dropped a lot, hash rate keeps rising... 30 days ago it was 300 MH/s and 60 days ago was 150 MH/s

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Hash Rate: 756.78 MH/sec

Wow.  Seems like yesterday I was wondering if we'd ever be able to hold above 20 for any length of time  Grin

https://chainradar.com/xmr/chart   looks like a spike to 1GH/s the other day.
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February 01, 2018, 01:46:28 AM
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Funny thing is that although price has dropped a lot, hash rate keeps rising... 30 days ago it was 300 MH/s and 60 days ago was 150 MH/s

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Hash Rate: 756.78 MH/sec

Wow.  Seems like yesterday I was wondering if we'd ever be able to hold above 20 for any length of time  Grin

https://chainradar.com/xmr/chart   looks like a spike to 1GH/s the other day.



From 6 to 80gb, not a bad year Smiley


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February 01, 2018, 02:01:33 AM
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Funny thing is that although price has dropped a lot, hash rate keeps rising... 30 days ago it was 300 MH/s and 60 days ago was 150 MH/s

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Hash Rate: 756.78 MH/sec

Wow.  Seems like yesterday I was wondering if we'd ever be able to hold above 20 for any length of time  Grin

https://chainradar.com/xmr/chart   looks like a spike to 1GH/s the other day.



From 6 to 80gb, not a bad year Smiley



Current: ~92G rising really fast.

Look at those foothills...  How long until TH/s?

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