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Can we keep all the sensible crypto ans drug chat in here.

Multiple lawsuits incoming from the other deleted thread

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Yeah his trip down the Jordan Peterson and 4Chan rabbit hole has done him few favours on here.

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Baz isn’t an every man. He’s a sarcastic cunt who thinks he’s too cool for school.

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Lads stop trying to PM me. Get me on WhatsApp.

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“how’s your brother m8?” “I know were you live”. Threatening.

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takkkiSSchitt is actually quite pleased with the current state of affairs. He's living the alt-right dream of getting no-platformed by a progressive, triggered, snowflake, libtard. He gets to add 4 new medals to his 4chan identity and can now a trusted poster on the daily stormer

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munchingmonster • 4 hours, 15 minutes ago
Baz isn’t an every man. He’s a sarcastic cunt who thinks he’s too cool for school.

You say that as if it's a bad thing, those are stellar attributes tbf

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Yeah, I’d agree if he wasn’t directing it towards me for years.

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www.cnbc.com/2018/04/0...

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www.reddit.com/r/Crypt...

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That post is nonsense. He's talking about 'liquidation of 3k contracts' - thats less than 0.02% of the market cap so completely irrelevant size to be market moving

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Absolutely scathing (I never use that word but must add into my daily mix, I like it):

"There is no single person in existence who had a problem they wanted to solve, discovered that an available blockchain solution was the best way to solve it, and therefore became a blockchain enthusiast."

medium.com/@kaistinchc...

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Bump

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Silence of the Lambos

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Some standard ballex excuses for BTC crash I found on Telegram:

Korean exchange Coinrape was hacked.

That's like a Yugo gets a flat tire and you go short Tesla. Hahahhahahaa.

If you thought the greatest opportunity for life changing wealth you will ever see in your lifetime would just peacefully, merrily serve you as master, you need a reality check.

This is the greatest war you'll ever see.

3 things happened at the same time. Designed to take Bitcoin down to $4000.

1. Hack
2. Federal Exchange records demands
3. South American country closes crypto bank accounts.

All at the same time.

Normally, that would drop Bitcoin by 20%. We lost 5.

This is because most of the Bitcoin is not being controlled by a few billionaires. And they can't be bothered to sell. Expecially when they know Bitcoin will make them trillionaires.

We should bounce back very soon. Learn to see through the short lived attacks of our enemy.

It held strong.

Looks like bitcoin will go down again. But even if it does, its more likely that we will go back up even faster.

So for now, we may just stay on the bus while it makes a wide u turn.

We may change our strategy at any time. So don't lean on anything.

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Thats some strategy. Its like you have no out as you are so convinced of the future application of bitcoin. every bit of news, every bit of a drop, its just market manipulation and if you wait, next year, or maybe the year after, you'll be a rich man.

That strategy basically equates to "I can never be wrong, but I may never be right"

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I am genuinely interested to read a big spiel from aul DB about his ups and down r.e. the crypto market and his machines, im sure hes lost a ton o money but sure who gives a fuck, im reeling over my £280 cost to fix my note 8 my kid dropped on holiday...

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Bump. Congrats to everyone who had the wit to short sell this nonsense.

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Maybe you one to quick to be with your sarcasms, Choc. Ice.
Since my fingerling president has been failing in his efforts to remove the sanctions of the Zalupoglazaya mondavushka Obama, we will move big in the cryptocurrencies. And then we willl be seeing who is laughing last and who is laughing longest. But beware, for if you are not careful you will be not laughing from the gulag, and you will beleive me when I tell you there will be no pussy riot waiting fo you there

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DB where is he now?

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BTC on some run here

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Feeling the love MM

Just wanted to say why fuck I not buy them bitcoins back shine days when people where saying buy them

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Bitcoin peaks at record high close to $20,000

Bitcoin has traded at its highest value to date, reaching $19,920.53 (£14,821) according to data-provider Coindesk.

It took the virtual currency nearly three years to top its previous record, when it peaked about $137 lower.

Bitcoin has risen in value by more than 170% since the start of the year.

Analysts suggest some investors have treated it as a "safe haven asset" at a time of uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but others warn that it remains volatile.

Bitcoin fell below $3,300 at one point after reaching its previous high.

And even this Tuesday, it briefly dipped below $18,300 a couple of hours after setting its new record.

'Feels different'
Other factors that have supported its recent rise include PayPal allowing its platform to be used to buy and sell the virtual coins in October, and a number of large institutional investors declaring interest in buying into funds tied to the crypto-currency.

These include Guggenheim Partners, a Wall Street firm that announced on Friday it might put as much as $530m into a Bitcoin-related investment trust.

"It seems that barely a day goes past when we don't read a headline about a mainstream fund or company expressing an intention to put some of their holdings into Bitcoin," said Rhian Lewis, author of The Cryptocurrency Revolution.

"Price predictions are notorious for being wrong, so it's entirely likely there will be more dips and volatility.

"But this time it feels very different from the 2017 high - there seems to be more real demand, and the narrative is more measured."

She added that another factor was that investors are concerned that central bank efforts to deal with Covid-19 will fuel inflation.

Gold and other precious metals are traditionally used to hedge against such a risk.

But because in theory only a limited amount of Bitcoin can ever be created - it was designed to only let 21 million bitcoins be produced, of which about 18.6 million already exist - some favour it as an alternative.

If it does climb higher there could be sudden drops in value, however, as some traders will have set automatic sell orders pegged to it reaching the $20,000 mark.

One expert warned members of the public to be careful.

"Never invest money you can't afford to lose," said finance and economics writer Frances Coppola.

"Bitcoin is a speculative asset and has a history of sudden crashes. It's not worth risking your house or your life savings for it.

"And borrowing to invest in Bitcoin or other crypto-currencies is a bad idea unless you are a professional trader."

www.bbc.co.uk/news/tec...

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Free stable money

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surely DB be fucking rollin in it by now

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