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Maybe try San Francisco. I hear it's nice.

Original Poster3 points · 22 days ago

Ugh, it was so hard to drop my morning cream n coffee. After a few months I got used to black. Now coffee with cream is a rare treat.

Bullshit. Freedom of expression and free exchange of ideas is clearly an American concept it’s citizens value.

If you feel this corporation shouldn’t be having this table there, why do you feel you should be able to criticize it on social media?

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Finally someone who can Think Logically

I’d be willing to bet, and I’m sure the theatre manager in this thread will affirm, that these people probably didn’t bother anyone. Again, I hate everything about trump. Just don’t think internet pitchforks are warranted for a venue to do business with a group.

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Sorry to see you being downvoted for a reasonable post. The TDS is peaking around here.

Overstock purchased Speedroute to trade security tokens. It's been a long road filled with regulations. Still ongoing.

Been giving the George Soros event a bit of thought and a hypothesis is beginning to form..

Some 30,000 ft ideology of Soros’s investment philosophy:

He runs for the most part a macro hedge fund, making macro bets on assets & currencies.

He enters relatively early in the market cycle of the event he expects to unfold.

Typically these opportunities are against major market sentiments i.e when the market is focused on A, he uncovers B which is overlooked.

He at times combines multiple assets/ currencies in a trade. Eg: Shorting Japanese yen while going long Japanese equities (circa 2012).

Most importantly, he enters only when there is an expectation of a major market movement (no short term trades). That is the asset/ currency will either collapse or take off.

Now with respect to Crypto, his ideology would give the following clues:

If he’s entering now (and not at the peak) with a short, what is unlikely is that we will go down to an expected level (say 5k). Reason? Most of the crash would be over and done with, doesn’t tie into his strategy. What is more likely is that he would expect prices to collapse from here (not what we want to hear…but sub 1k for sure).

He could, conversely be looking at this as a macro play..most of the global markets don’t take crypto seriously and are dismissive (hence a contra play), and would be caught by surprise if we do see a 200k BTC price= big pay day for him.

Further, he may build a trade using BTC if for example, he’s bearish on global markets or expects a devastating global trade war, he could short equities while longing BTC.

One could delve deeper to uncover further possible trades in line with his investment philosophy..above is just a thought experiment as of now.

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I would say Soros is bullish on crypto especially after pumping $100 million into Overstock.

Reminds me when I was buying at $700 and dollar cost averaging my way down to $250 per coin. I was really a sad sad bag holder but in retrospect, they were they best trades of my life.

GBTC premium has been obliterated.

what does this mean ?

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GBTC was trading as high as 3500 when BTC was at 19000 and is now down to 1600 when bitcoin is at 12000.

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I think we are barely in media attention phase.

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7 mentions of bitcoin on the front page of cnbc. That seems excessive to me.

I'm new to TA, but looks like we're dancing on the support line, right ?

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That's the same line I've got my eye on... waiting... watching...

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I'm actually not angry.

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do you even know?

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10 points · 1 year ago · edited 1 year ago

x-post - just wanted to make you all aware that Electron Cash is capable of stealing your coins.


There is no issue with Electron Cash. It was the automatic wallet copy that made it looks like funds were being transferred. Please disregard the above. Thanks for helping me figure this out.

The address you claim the funds were sent to has no transactions.

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Thanks for pointing that out! The transaction was sitting in my Electron Cash Wallet with the status 'low fee' and the destination to the address above. It appears that the transaction was eventually rejected by the network and the amount was returned to my address. I was able to move that amount to another of my addresses. So alls well that ends well? hmmm, something was definitely going on with that 147Mv.. address.

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-11 points · 1 year ago

Maybe I won't sell my BCC quite yet. That's a lot of unconfirmed activity with BTC! And I just moved some BTC with a $2 transaction fee!

ooh, you all are harsh. Just providing a data point.

I have a feeling alts will get some of this action if Bittrex is opening up deposits, people will sell and put a portion into the alts on Bittrex, it's going to be entertaining soon!

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Mind reader! That's exactly what I've been waiting to do.

5 points · 1 year ago · edited 1 year ago

You don't need to do anything.

Only exception is if you have your bitcoins on an exchange, then it's a good idea to move them to your own wallet so you can be certain that you get your BCCs. Then again, it's probably barely worth the effort.

Edit: that said, if you have your bitcoins in a wallet that doesn't let you export your private keys, you might want to change that. Otherwise you'll be dependent on that wallet dev to support BCC. So move them to Bitcoin Core or to Electrum or any other wallet that gives you full control over your keys if you want to be 100% sure.

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I expect there will be an initial pump in BCC followed by a steep drop and then eventual crawl to worthlessness. That goes out the window if there are issues with Segwit. If Segwit has issues and BCC implements a simple 2MB bump then who knows. The ETC chart may provide some precedence when it split from Ethereum even though the driving purpose was different.

Why, in a mechanical sense, do triangles tend to break so violently? Why don't things just drift out lazily over a day or so?

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Personally, I was expecting a bounce off the top line and literally about to submit a sell order and then saw the breakout. Now I'm going to hold a bit longer. I'm sure I'm not the only one that pulled a potential sell from the books. Others have been waiting for a breakout to confirm they should buy and are about to pile in with buy orders. Fewer sellers and more buyers.... bam

pphhht.. should have sold.

1 point · 1 year ago · edited 1 year ago

waiting a few days for execution

Damn you're a genius! Such an elegant solution.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 year ago

Thanks for reading. You criticism is welcome to further the discussion. The lack of actual content in your response is foaming with irony. Love it.

I wasn't being sarcastic.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 year ago

omg seriously! So sorry about that. I've been slammed and reslammed for putting an opinion out there. It made me hypersensitive.

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3 points · 1 year ago

Dammit....sold everything. Damn those weak hands.... Regretting it so much right now.

Hate this feeling.

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feel better now?

15 points · 1 year ago

Zoom out people

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phew, thanks

12 points · 1 year ago

Man... All this talk of selling if the ETF is denied.

Exactly what are these people expecting? Am I the only person with no plans either way?

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I'm hodling if no ETF and buying if ETF approved.

GBTC - Time to take profits from 108. Current price is inline with the consolidation phase last July and it is dancing at parity with BTC. A decent pullback in BTC might hit GBTC unreasonably hard.

Are there any options on GBTC one can buy?

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No, I've tried to get some before myself but none are available.

If the ETF fails bitcoin itself will likely dip into the $900's again. Why on earth would you not think that GBTC would dip with it? Sure it may grow its premium a bit, but it going up on an ETF failure is pretty unlikely to happen IMO.

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1 point · 1 year ago · edited 1 year ago

If BTC drops to 900 due to the ETF failure, I'm siding with GBTC reclaiming its 127% premium which would put it around 114. I would not exit if BTC drops to 900. I'm fine waiting for BTC to bounce up past 1000 again before I exit though. Usually my trades range from hours to a couple days but sometimes I do get caught and hold tight for the price to bounce.

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13 points · 1 year ago

This at the last hour, for a rejection? Don't feel right to me. Consider me pouring pretty much everything I can gets my hands on into Btc in the next month.

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Might as well start pouring now. Firesale! These prices won't last.

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