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  • I bought and made money

    57 32.57%
  • I bought and LOST money

    1 0.57%
  • I studied it and BOUGHT

    27 15.43%
  • I studied it, and gave it a skip

    25 14.29%
  • I made zero effort, not interested

    29 16.57%
  • I'm intersted, but know too little to risk

    46 26.29%
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    Two interesting graphs...Click image for larger version. 

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    Lets see who is right at the end.......when the tears start flowing

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    Quote Originally Posted by sclater View Post
    Two interesting graphs...Click image for larger version. 

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    Except for the fact that both those images are heavily edited

    To the point where they even show that they aren't correct towards each other

    Hey look I have put factual info in

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    You see the chart
    It shows my toilet paper use for the day

    Oh no toilet paper is going down by the end of the week it would have disappeared from the market


    Would have mainly been worse showing those if the same thing was not used a couple of times already
    And at least the other ones did not have the bad editing sections on it


    And as have been stated already
    Do not buy any toiler paper if your aren't happy for your money to end up going to the toilet
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    And oh just to add

    Here is breakdown of last 6 months
    from different exchanges
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    That is why I am saying those pics looks like their layout was specifically done to match the "Crash pic" sections
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    As I have said. Check always scale, axis, time... With graphs you can prove that current number 1 has been the best president or that all our monies have been stolen.
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    Hahaha - slowly but surely:
    The president of the European Central Bank has publicly stated that European banks could hold positions in bitcoin after developments such as Bitcoin futures contracts listings by US exchanges.
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    Some Bitcoin comedy:
    Russia arrests several scientists working at a top-secret nuclear warhead facility for 'using its supercomputers to mine bitcoins'

    • Engineers at Russian Federal Nuclear Centre in the city of Sarov were detained
    • The suspects have been accused of compromising the remote facility's security
    • The centre was the birthplace of the Soviet Union's first nuclear weapons

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    Oh no watch out Bitcoin is collapsing again
    And in reverse for some stupid reason

    Must be one of those "fake recoveries" again where it acts like it is not actually completely collapsing



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    Oh wait is Bitcoin linked to Zuma
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    Am I the only one to see the correlation, I know I've posted the bubble graph before, as have others. I've seen Veni says it's not so, but perhaps this time it is the final capitulation.
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    Very positive news:
    A team of​ of entrepreneurs is planning to build a £10m Bitcoin farm in the South East that it claims will be the biggest in the UK.
    Bladetec, a company set up in the early 2000s that has supplied high-powered IT equipment to the Ministry of Defence and Nato, is aiming to build the 3,500-square foot facility across three locations in London, Surrey and Suffolk.

    Now to catch the Bitcoin bottom in the near future
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gungets Tuft View Post
    Am I the only one to see the correlation, I know I've posted the bubble graph before, as have others. I've seen Veni says it's not so, but perhaps this time it is the final capitulation.
    Your bubble drop that has now come again?
    How many bubble drops can bitcoin go through

    The point I have been making is that each time it drops everyone is jumping on the
    "it looks like the projected drop"

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    Don't get me wrong Bitcoin went through a hype that crashed
    That is a fact but the hype crash is already past
    The amounts it is dropping at the moment is not part of that anymore

    And the chart showing how those are suppose to work has the drop sitting far below the amount where it started
    Bitcoin has not done that

    There is other issues that currently keep creeping in though

    So still does not fall into the same thing
    And it still has not gone below what it was the "Despair" portion is completely missing so far

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    Last edited by Veneficus; 2018/03/19 at 07:19 AM.
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    Oh no just discovered this
    We are in deep ... now

    The weather is having a projected hype crash today

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    Is this the end of the weather as we know it
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    https://www.thebalance.com/the-inves...culator-358139

    In my view cryptocurrencies are currently traded by far too many speculators. With all the regulations coming in and the disappearance of speculators the currencies will hopefully be used as initially intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto Betta View Post
    https://www.thebalance.com/the-inves...culator-358139

    In my view cryptocurrencies are currently traded by far too many speculators. With all the regulations coming in and the disappearance of speculators the currencies will hopefully be used as initially intended.
    Not sure where you are seeing all these people leaving the speculation arena. I hang out online with some traders, and we are seeing a lot of new people coming in to chat rooms to "learn". Last night we had some nice activity, and we were 600 people online. Not saying they were all trading, but I am saying that there is still a lot of interest. I pulled out around 3am and it was still "busy".
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    As ever, the taxman will find his pound of flesh!


    (What I want to know, is: 'Should I, conversely, write off my (enormous life-and-soul-and family destroying, house-losing, moegoe) losses on my tax return, before I throw myself off a bridge!

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    JOHANNESBURG — The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has spelt out its stance on taxing cryptocurrencies. In a statement released Friday, SARS said taxpayers must declare profits or losses on any cryptocurrency dealings. Meanwhile, the revenue service is looking into how VAT will apply to the space. A representative from the Reserve Bank has also recently weighed in on cryptocurrencies by saying that SARB has no plans to regulate cryptocurrencies itself, but that its stance is that a self-regulatory body needs to be established. – Gareth van Zyl Press statement:

    SARS’s stance on the tax treatment of cryptocurrencies

    PRETORIA, 06 April 2018 – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) will continue to apply normal income tax rules to cryptocurrencies and will expect affected taxpayers to declare cryptocurrency gains or losses as part of their taxable income.
    The onus is on taxpayers to declare all cryptocurrency-related taxable income in the tax year in which it is received or accrued. Failure to do so could result in interest and penalties.
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    Who cares. ~20% tax or 15% VAT on R0 is still R0...
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    Regulators and tax man are coming and whales have had their fun. Where it settles who knows.
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    Any profit is taxable. Nothing new. Move on.
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