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« Reply #175 on: September 21, 2017, 11:08:05 AM »

Bitcoin is a big Israeli money laundering scheme.  When bitcoin started it was a bunch of Jews pushing it in NYC.  A bunch got busted for shady shit.  Then Mt Gox which is bullshit hack but was a group that bought it from a guy to rob a bunch of people. 
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« Reply #176 on: September 21, 2017, 12:58:51 PM »

ron needs to start the getbigcoin.

i'm waiting for my ethereum to hit 300 again and selling everything up. I was pretty pissed I didn't sell them a few weeks ago when it hit that mark and then crashed by 150.

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« Reply #177 on: September 21, 2017, 03:34:42 PM »

ron needs to start the getbigcoin.

i'm waiting for my ethereum to hit 300 again and selling everything up. I was pretty pissed I didn't sell them a few weeks ago when it hit that mark and then crashed by 150.


It would be just as relevant, if he knew the right people. It is nothing more then the stock market or gambling.

The powers that be, are just making shit up, and laughing all the way to the bank.
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« Reply #178 on: September 30, 2017, 05:00:29 AM »

Picking back up boys. The big banks will soon be buying in. Wait and see. 10,000 usd per coin end of year quite likely.
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« Reply #179 on: September 30, 2017, 08:22:39 AM »

ron needs to start the getbigcoin.

i'm waiting for my ethereum to hit 300 again and selling everything up. I was pretty pissed I didn't sell them a few weeks ago when it hit that mark and then crashed by 150.



You need to set incremental goals. Sell a certain amount at 200, 225, 250, 275 and 300.  If you wait for 300 that day may never come but at least sell for a good profit and if it crashes again pick up more on the cheap.
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« Reply #180 on: September 30, 2017, 08:41:36 AM »

Picking back up boys. The big banks will soon be buying in. Wait and see. 10,000 usd per coin end of year quite likely.

Pure speculation really.  A 50-70% crash in price could happen just as easy and even faster.

The higher the price rises unabated, the more I believe the CIA/government/bankers created this digital vaporware.  TPTB could easily make bitcoin illegal will the stroke of a pen, but they don't... hmmmm.  

Cryptos are also distracting people away from hard, physical assets (i.e. precious metals).  JP Morgan has amassed almost 200 tons of physical silver over the past 5 years.  That in itself speaks volumes.  
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« Reply #181 on: September 30, 2017, 04:52:15 PM »

Holding USD, or any other currency is also "pure speculation" too. You realise that right? Now let me ask you, which currency is going to be devalued by more and more printing? And which currency is mathematically absolutely limited. And in terms of existing % holdings are people overall likely to be increasing their % of USD compared to their bitcoins, or decreasing it?

All the major investment banks are setting up "crypto divisions" as they are getting more and more clients asking about it. And all are putting clients into bitcoins "at very small amounts of total holdings".

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« Reply #182 on: October 13, 2017, 06:18:27 AM »

And boom we went right through the 5000 barrier now at around usd 5600 per coin. And Goodrim one of the richest getbiggers around and many of us can also thank him for our own Bitcoin riches.

I'm predicting usd 10,000 per coin by end of year and 100k per coin end of 2020.

Very soon you will see Goldman Sachs reccomending to their clients. But first they and other insiders will be buying up first ...

Any getbiggers who want to make big money you have been advised ...
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« Reply #183 on: October 13, 2017, 06:58:37 AM »

And boom we went right through the 5000 barrier now at around usd 5600 per coin. And Goodrim one of the richest getbiggers around and many of us can also thank him for our own Bitcoin riches.

I'm predicting usd 10,000 per coin by end of year and 100k per coin end of 2020.

Very soon you will see Goldman Sachs reccomending to their clients. But first they and other insiders will be buying up first ...

Any getbiggers who want to make big money you have been advised ...

Kudos to those that bought this in the hundreds but buying now is not worth it and is too risky.  Wish I bought some when it was a lot cheaper.  Oh well.  Another failed investment that I never got into.
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« Reply #184 on: October 13, 2017, 07:00:04 AM »

And boom we went right through the 5000 barrier now at around usd 5600 per coin. And Goodrim one of the richest getbiggers around and many of us can also thank him for our own Bitcoin riches.

I'm predicting usd 10,000 per coin by end of year and 100k per coin end of 2020.

Very soon you will see Goldman Sachs reccomending to their clients. But first they and other insiders will be buying up first ...

Any getbiggers who want to make big money you have been advised ...

Bad advice.  You don't buy something when it keeps making new highs. That's how pigs get slaughtered.  

$100K huh?  Pie in the sky.  So how many digital vaporware coins do you have?... did you take any profits at all?

Goldman Sachs are evil bankers who constantly lie.  The stock market is completely fake.  People don't seem to care about integrity or honesty as long as they are making money and riding the coat tails of these banksters.  The regulators don't do anything about it because they are all in cahoots together.

Doesn't matter what $ price they reach, cryptos are a Ponzi tulip bulb mania.  When btc finally does crash, you will stop pumping them and disappear from this forum.
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« Reply #185 on: October 13, 2017, 07:20:51 AM »

Bad advice.  You don't buy something when it keeps making new highs. That's how pigs get slaughtered. 

$100K huh?  Pie in the sky.  So how many digital vaporware coins do you have?... did you take any profits at all?

Goldman Sachs are evil bankers who constantly lie.  The stock market is completely fake.  People don't seem to care about integrity or honesty as long as they are making money and riding the coat tails of these banksters.  The regulators don't do anything about it because they are all in cahoots together.

Doesn't matter what $ price they reach, cryptos are a Ponzi tulip bulb mania.  When btc finally does crash, you will stop pumping them and disappear from this forum.


Goldman and the such will buy quietly.  They'll bash bitcoin to keep the price low so they can accumulate a huge amount.  It's anonymous right?  So no one will know.  Then all of a sudden they'll set hysteria around it and promote it to drive up the price then dump all their coins and make a hefty return.

Sheep don't realize this but Goldman Sachs is solely responsible for oil prices being this high.  Oil was trading low and getting gas was in the $1.50 range per gallon.  The whole housing fiasco happened and the gov forced all banks to take TARP money.  Thing is GS didn't need it.  They took in about $7 billion.  dumped it into oil.  The price of oil doubled, goldman doubled their money and paid back the $7 billion in a couple weeks.  After that oil stayed high and never came down much.  Now we'are all paying $3 a gallon because of them, well mostly because of the fucking gov, but also because of them.
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« Reply #186 on: October 13, 2017, 07:24:45 AM »

Holding USD, or any other currency is also "pure speculation" too. You realise that right? Now let me ask you, which currency is going to be devalued by more and more printing? And which currency is mathematically absolutely limited. And in terms of existing % holdings are people overall likely to be increasing their % of USD compared to their bitcoins, or decreasing it?

All the major investment banks are setting up "crypto divisions" as they are getting more and more clients asking about it. And all are putting clients into bitcoins "at very small amounts of total holdings".



from what does the value of this currency derive from , what is backing it up ?
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« Reply #187 on: October 13, 2017, 07:43:03 AM »

Goldman and the such will buy quietly.  They'll bash bitcoin to keep the price low so they can accumulate a huge amount.  It's anonymous right?  So no one will know.  Then all of a sudden they'll set hysteria around it and promote it to drive up the price then dump all their coins and make a hefty return.

Sheep don't realize this but Goldman Sachs is solely responsible for oil prices being this high.  Oil was trading low and getting gas was in the $1.50 range per gallon.  The whole housing fiasco happened and the gov forced all banks to take TARP money.  Thing is GS didn't need it.  They took in about $7 billion.  dumped it into oil.  The price of oil doubled, goldman doubled their money and paid back the $7 billion in a couple weeks.  After that oil stayed high and never came down much.  Now we'are all paying $3 a gallon because of them, well mostly because of the fucking gov, but also because of them.

The central banks control everything.  The entire government and financial system is corrupt.  
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« Reply #188 on: October 13, 2017, 07:47:44 AM »

from what does the value of this currency derive from , what is backing it up ?

The factor that makes bitcoin valuable is the block chain.  The ability to buy and sell anonymously.
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« Reply #189 on: October 13, 2017, 07:53:02 AM »

Kudos to those that bought this in the hundreds but buying now is not worth it and is too risky.  Wish I bought some when it was a lot cheaper.  Oh well.  Another failed investment that I never got into.

You can buy silver now (at that these incredibly ridiculously low prices).  

If you hold and sit tight, you will eventually be right.  
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« Reply #190 on: October 13, 2017, 08:21:49 AM »

Mr Anabolic - you strike me as a guy who is more financially sophisticated than most guys here. You have enough knowledge not to lose money, which is a vital skill. But I really feel you are not connected either with the top level bankers who have huge influence nor the tech geeks who are religious about blockchain. I can tell you I am an extremely value focussed and highly successful investor. I would never buy gold and I was originally very skeptical about bit coins in the early days. This is a bubble which will keep on growing for the next few decades. Mark my words every single person who owns even a single bit coin now will be a millionaire in less than 10 years from now. Only 24 million will ever exist. Untraceable and portable and divisible without barriers, taxes or government control. It's the future man. Buy even just one coin as a hedge against what may happen. It's still very early days ...
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« Reply #191 on: October 13, 2017, 05:00:11 PM »

Mr Anabolic - you strike me as a guy who is more financially sophisticated than most guys here. You have enough knowledge not to lose money, which is a vital skill. But I really feel you are not connected either with the top level bankers who have huge influence nor the tech geeks who are religious about blockchain. I can tell you I am an extremely value focussed and highly successful investor. I would never buy gold and I was originally very skeptical about bit coins in the early days. This is a bubble which will keep on growing for the next few decades. Mark my words every single person who owns even a single bit coin now will be a millionaire in less than 10 years from now. Only 24 million will ever exist. Untraceable and portable and divisible without barriers, taxes or government control. It's the future man. Buy even just one coin as a hedge against what may happen. It's still very early days ...

Thanks for the compliment.  You may eventually be right someday, but still... no thanks.  If you have ever held $20-30K in gold coins in your hand before (all that fits into just one hand), you would never want your wealth/labor stored in bitcoins or any other crypto currency.  Heck, I don't even have a 401k or retirement account because I don't trust the US government and the US financial system.  

BTW, cryptos are not untraceable.  IRS will be on top of all proceeds/profits when the bitcoin millionaires finally do cash in (it happened to one of my friends already).  You have to covert it back into fiat dollars at some point... that leaves a paper trail.  

I still believe bitcoin is a beta test for an all digital currency.  If physical cash is abolished, anonymity of financial transactions is gone forever.  That is something NO ONE should want... not even hardcore bitcoin/crypto devotees.
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« Reply #192 on: October 13, 2017, 05:03:47 PM »

Bitcoin is the shit, I invested 5k in bitcoin and in the last month it has increased 44% I've almost doubled my money, ridiculous!
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« Reply #193 on: October 13, 2017, 05:13:13 PM »

Bitcoin is the shit, I invested 5k in bitcoin and in the last month it has increased 44% I've almost doubled my money, ridiculous!

Good for you.  Be careful though, the hype and parabola will not last forever.  Any asset/investment that goes parabolic usually comes down 2-3x as fast.  When everyone runs for the exit door at the same time, the exchanges will most likely be overwhelmed.  It might take days to sell.  
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« Reply #194 on: October 13, 2017, 08:50:05 PM »

The factor that makes bitcoin valuable is the block chain.  The ability to buy and sell anonymously.


Nope.
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« Reply #195 on: October 14, 2017, 01:38:17 AM »

Agreed. It's not the blockchain which makes the bit coin valuable. Indeed if that was the case any crypto would be valuable. What makes it valuable is that it is increasingly becoming the single most trusted and desired blockchain based crypto currency. It's very important these concepts are not confused.
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« Reply #196 on: October 14, 2017, 05:22:22 AM »

Agreed. It's not the blockchain which makes the bit coin valuable. Indeed if that was the case any crypto would be valuable. What makes it valuable is that it is increasingly becoming the single most trusted and desired blockchain based crypto currency. It's very important these concepts are not confused.
Beenie Babies and Pogs were valuable at one time too.
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« Reply #197 on: October 14, 2017, 07:10:23 AM »

Bitcoin is the shit, I invested 5k in bitcoin and in the last month it has increased 44% I've almost doubled my money, ridiculous!
Yup I got in early and cash out most of my investment recently. I made a nice profit.
I still have a little in bitcoins, litecoins, and ether.
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« Reply #198 on: October 14, 2017, 08:00:50 AM »

Bitcoin is like the stock market on steroids. 20 - 30% drops in bitcoin's price are frequently happening.
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« Reply #199 on: October 14, 2017, 09:29:43 AM »

Wish I got in at $300.  Lots of steroid sites take bitcoin. Would be nice to get $5k in hgh for $300
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