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September 23, 2014, 10:59:20 PM
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Wow. This could be it. The mother of all sold at the bottom posts & solid confirmation of the next leg up!

I feel for you. By way of consolation, I will send you 1BTC if we hit $5k before 2015, i'll double it if we hit $10k before December.

At least now you got some skin in the game Wink have a great wedding and honeymoon

Haha, thanks! I still have a lot of skin in the game. This was just a separate savings account for a specific purpose. I wouldn't consider selling anything else.

Oh good that is great to hear. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether you want to collect on my offer, because when all else is stripped away all a man has is his word, and I have already given it.

Thank you sgbett... but I can't collect on that since you were under the wrong impression. No worries. I'll be very happy when we hit 10k. Smiley

Too kind sir. Thanks for releasing me. Seems there are indeed still good guys around still hanging around this troll hole Cheesy

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October 03, 2014, 12:36:22 PM
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Aren't you glad you didn't sell immediately below $400 as some urged?

He sold at 398.

Ouch. Sorry I missed that. I didn't mean to rub it in.


That was a good price, from today's perspective.
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October 03, 2014, 12:59:54 PM
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Furthermore, applause for sgbett and his offer. Good to see that there are still some people left in the bitcoin community who are still just nice people, no matter what the price of bitcoin is.

It's not really a nice offer if you're promising something that you know isn't going to happen. The only people who actually believe that bitcoin will rise above $5,000 USD by the end of the year are delusional new investors who will be burned.

Hey OP, I promise to send you 1 bitcoin in the event that world peace is offically declared by the United Nations by December 31, 2014. It has approximately the same likelihood as bitcoin reaching $5,000 USD.

The only nice people on this thread were the ones on page 1 suggesting that the OP sell. If he had listened, he would have cut his losses in a much better position than we're in now. Let it be a lesson, if you listen to charlatans like sgbett and invest your savings into bitcoin now because "we've bottomed out" (funny how these guys keep declaring a bottom every week), then you'll be retiring in a carboard box, eating cold ramen packets.
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October 03, 2014, 01:16:47 PM
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Furthermore, applause for sgbett and his offer. Good to see that there are still some people left in the bitcoin community who are still just nice people, no matter what the price of bitcoin is.

It's not really a nice offer if you're promising something that you know isn't going to happen. The only people who actually believe that bitcoin will rise above $5,000 USD by the end of the year are delusional new investors who will be burned.

Hey OP, I promise to send you 1 bitcoin in the event that world peace is offically declared by the United Nations by December 31, 2014. It has approximately the same likelihood as bitcoin reaching $5,000 USD.

The only nice people on this thread were the ones on page 1 suggesting that the OP sell. If he had listened, he would have cut his losses in a much better position than we're in now. Let it be a lesson, if you listen to charlatans like sgbett and invest your savings into bitcoin now because "we've bottomed out" (funny how these guys keep declaring a bottom every week), then you'll be retiring in a carboard box, eating cold ramen packets.

I so wish the market would make this guy swallow his words.

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