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    Jbmurc,
    Dont you worry about my business... I pay my tax and gst and acc everything is accounted for you worry one wee bit.... you are delusional and extremely shortsighted....
    Back in the 1990s our family friends were setting up a reasonably well known internet provider ... we got internet and email and dad was laughing about email like this is useless but after 10 years email and internet became an integral part of everything we do...
    Without internet you would never have had the chance to battle me online all your big stocktipping performaces would never be submitted into the history books....
    You are so shortsighted and naive I doubt you could see past the tip of your own nose... wake up man you need to go back to primary school theres toddlers in diapers that know more about crypto than you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrewd Crude View Post
    ... we got internet and email and dad was laughing about email like this is useless but after 10 years email and internet became an integral part of everything we do...
    That is extremely relevant. Having email, internet, and crypto are not the same as investing in the technology behind email, internet and crypto. The people making the real money are not the ones that simply have an email address.
    Are you investing in the companies / technology, or purely buying a line of digital code and hoping someone in the future wants to pay more for it than you did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrewd Crude View Post
    Jbmurc,
    Dont you worry about my business... I pay my tax and gst and acc everything is accounted for you worry one wee bit.... you are delusional and extremely shortsighted....
    Back in the 1990s our family friends were setting up a reasonably well known internet provider ... we got internet and email and dad was laughing about email like this is useless but after 10 years email and internet became an integral part of everything we do...
    Without internet you would never have had the chance to battle me online all your big stocktipping performaces would never be submitted into the history books....
    You are so shortsighted and naive I doubt you could see past the tip of your own nose... wake up man you need to go back to primary school theres toddlers in diapers that know more about crypto than you....
    So how much money did everyone make that went out and bought an email?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcap View Post
    So how much money did everyone make that went out and bought an email?
    Exactly poor old shrewd thinks we all made money getting an email.(like to know how that happened).. think he needs to do some research on the Dot.com bubble(when everyone was thinking they can make millions just having a domian name)


    .. pretty much the bulk of the internet is free .. we don't pay to be members of ST doesn't cost a cent to join a sharemarket platform to buy shares or read up to date news weather etc...

    But for some reason, we need a highly encoded technical currency that's going to rocket and become 150x more expensive because its a game changer yet fact is to date a very minor amount of people international actually want to use it at all.... outside a tiny fringe of Crypto nutters it really is yesterdays story ...and that is shown clearly by the chart of its value ..
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    You lot are all totally missing the point
    But anyway I care not to get into that....... most of you should be ashamed and will look back in huge regret...
    You lot are in denial about crypto...with what is coming you will be totally shocked this extreme bear should have never happened...

    The bear market is either over or this is the biggest bull trap ever....

    Crypto is going so huge even the delusional ones gona be foaming at the mouth... frothing at what is going to happen here.... absolutely dribbling...
    Gargantium one.... bitcoin to $100,000 for starters...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrewd Crude View Post
    Crypto is going so huge even the delusional ones gona be foaming at the mouth... frothing at what is going to happen here.... absolutely dribbling...
    Gargantium one.... bitcoin to $100,000 for starters...
    Why will it be huge?
    Where do you get that valuation - based on what fundamentals?

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    Article back when BTC was like 400%+ higher than currently ... looks like they were right ..

    http://theconversation.com/how-bitco...s-bubble-88971

    So, although Bitcoin has the added legitimacy of being traded on futures exchanges, the relatively low levels of interest from big institutional investors is indicative. If history is anything to go by, the tulip bubble burst in February 1637 – not long after the Dutch created a futures market for buying bulbs in 1636 at the peak of tulip mania. The advent of futures trading may well further inflate the “Bitcoin bubble” and push it to its bursting point.
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    Watch this important video jbmurc... this is the banking system that you are all about... this is what you stand for...
    You should be ashamed...
    Jbmurc more like jbmorgan

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/CCIn...5078208942203/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrewd Crude View Post
    Watch this important video jbmurc... this is the banking system that you are all about... this is what you stand for...
    You should be ashamed...
    Jbmurc more like jbmorgan

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/CCIn...5078208942203/
    LOL well you can't have read many of my posts over the years around Gold/Silver as I've been pretty anti the banking practices around manipulation of the PM and libor rates and CDO scam .. banking bonuses etc

    But at the same time I'd be two faced to say I'm against all banks as I have accounts and loans etc and because of the banks funding have a debt free home and many assets ... what exactly has crypto done ??
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    Hey jbmurgan....
    I found your favourite crypto...

    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/no-bs-crypto/
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    Record breaking volume for the last 12 months...
    Bear market over???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrewd Crude View Post
    Record breaking volume for the last 12 months...
    Bear market over???
    Volume a bear or bull does not make.

    And typically you didn't offer any insights as to why you value "bitcoin to $100,000 for starters" - just spruiking again.
    All puff with no substance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrewd Crude View Post
    Record breaking volume for the last 12 months...
    Bear market over???
    I keep saying you should join us on the ATM roller coaster. Look what you are missing out on!

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    Default Is the crypto winter over?

    "There are plenty of reasons to get depressed during ‘Crypto Winter’. But every day we read new stories about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency adoption that make us think the next boom is incoming. Here are 10 stories from this week alone:
    1. Bitcoin is now legal in more than 100 countries
    According to Coin Dance, Bitcoin is now legal (or at least not specifically banned) in 111 countries out of a total of 256. That includes almost all of the biggest economies in Europe, Russia, South Africa and South America. Bitcoin gets a less enthusiastic welcome in Asia and Africa.

    2. History shows this could be the last time many can afford a Bitcoin
    Crypto trader and investor Josh Rager shared a chart this week of Bitcoin’s overall upward movement since inception, and suggested this could be the last time the public could actually afford to buy a whole Bitcoin. “After 2021 – Bitcoin could move to a market price where most will only buy fractions … $BTC speculative value could be out of reach for most.”

    3. Nasdaq announced it will add Bitcoin and Ethereum indices this month
    Nasdaq announced this week it will launch two new indices tracking cryptocurrency prices from February 25. The Bitcoin Liquid Index (BLX) and the Ethereum Liquid Index (ELX) — provide real time updates in thirty-second intervals for clients using NASDAQ’s Global Index Data Service (GIDS). Now, that’s a long way from a Bitcoin ETF approval, but it shows crypto is now firmly on the radar of traditional and institutional investors. Nasdaq is also reportedly launching Bitcoin futures in the first half of this year.

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    4. Two US retirement funds invested in a crypto fund
    The institutional money has started to flow. For the first time two US pension funds invested in a $40 million cryptocurrency fund overseen by Morgan Creek Capital. Virginia’s Fairfax County’s Police Officers Retirement System and Employees’ Retirement System both think Bitcoin is now worth gambling other people’s retirements on.

    5. Bitcoin will ‘grind back up,’ says Mike Novogratz
    Former Goldman Sachs partner Mike Novogratz told Bloomberg this week that Bitcoin won’t explode all of a sudden, but will “grind back up to $8000”. “It feels like we’re just grinding along the bottom and the next move is significantly higher. We are not gonna bubble back up… We are going to grind back up… But if you start buying, could you go to $8,000? Of course, you could… And then you see the enthusiasm pick up… ”

    6. Bitcoin is now mining its biggest blocks ever
    Blockchain.com showed that February 12 had an average block size of 1.305 megabytes, the biggest on record. Blocks mined today by the Bitcoin network are now regularly bigger than 1MB, which was the limit that existed before Segregated Witness (SegWit) was introduced in August of 2017. Unfortunately up to 20 percent was by a startup called VeriBlock and their transactions have been called ‘spam’.

    Bitcoin Boom

    7. You can now buy pizza easily and cheaply with Bitcoin
    Domino’s Pizza now accepts Bitcoin via the Lighting Network, through a third party called
    Lightning Pizza. Every order comes with a five per cent discount and fees will cost less than one US cent.

    8. Chinese Bitcoin billionaire forecasts end of winter
    On WeChat Chinese Bitcoin (BTC) billionaire Zhao Dong told investors there are a few more months of winter to endure and predicted the crypto spring will come in 2020, and summer will arrive in 2021. That means now is the time to buy up while it’s cheap.

    9. 13% of consumers across 22 countries have actually bought stuff with crypto
    A survey by Kaspersky Labs of more than 12,000 consumers in 22 different countries found about 13 percent of people have used cryptocurrency as a payment method. Separate data from Coinmap shows there are now 14,346 venues that accept BTC as against 1,789 recorded almost six years ago, an increase of 702 percent since December 2013.

    Bitcoin Boom

    10. Lightning network lighting up
    Yes, apparently the Lightning Network now has 6,000 Nodes and $2.4 million capacity. OK, that’s about as much as one house costs in Sydney. But still. The Lightning Network aims to solve the high costs, low transaction volume and rubbish transaction speeds associated with Bitcoin. While it’s early days yet, if it can scale, then this could make Bitcoin king of crypto for years to come."

    - Andrew Fenton

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    I'm no fan of crypto but Jamie Dimon, boss of J P Morgan and once a fierce critic, has become a believer recently.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2019/02/19/b...ain/index.html

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