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 Posted: Tue Nov 28th, 2017 05:39 pm
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srossi wrote:  I'm not sure how you slip a loonie between tits like you do a dollar, but I'm sure with experience I could figure it out.Lots of practice. :)



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gotta bring a roll of em and look for the gal with the firmest tits.



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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2017 04:00 pm
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Broke $11,500 today. This is nuts. The crash, or st least a major correction, has to be right around the corner. But people have been saying that for a while...



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Wow. Just found out a pharmacist friend of mine has made over $500,000 in this and has begun to sell.

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This is bringing back bad memories of me not buying Netflix Stock in 2001

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How much was a bit coin 5-7 yrs ago?



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 Posted: Thu Nov 30th, 2017 01:22 am
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Benlen wrote: How much was a bit coin 5-7 yrs ago?
In July 2010 it was worth...8 cents. That’s why you have so many crypto millionaires walking around today. 

When I first became interested in it in 2012, it was fluctuating wildly between $10-$15 and everyone said the bubble was about to burst. I didn’t buy. 

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srossi wrote: Broke $11,500 today. This is nuts. The crash, or st least a major correction, has to be right around the corner. But people have been saying that for a while...
Some dude on posted on reddit a while ago that he'll have his left nut surgically removed if it hit $10,000 before the end of 2017.

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Mysterious wrote: srossi wrote: Broke $11,500 today. This is nuts. The crash, or st least a major correction, has to be right around the corner. But people have been saying that for a while...
Some dude on posted on reddit a while ago that he'll have his left nut surgically removed if it hit $10,000 before the end of 2017.
Now, a stock goes up if they mention any of the following - bitcoin, blockchain, crypto currency strategy.  Doesn't matter what the details are. 

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Bitcoin has dropped to $9,300 this morning, a much-needed correction that I'm not overly concerned with.  I don't pretend to know where this is going and I offer no advice at this point, but if you were STILL looking for a dip to buy on, well, this is it.  This might be your last shot to buy at under $10,000 for a very long time.  Unless it completely collapses.  I don't think it will, but I don't know for sure.  I'll just say that anyone who bought when I first started this thread in June made out like a bandit and owes me a finder's fee or something.



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some exchanges froze up yesterday from all the activity.

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Bitcoin has stabilized at around $9,400-$9,500.  I'd actually love to see it just stay in that range for the rest of the year.  Huge increases (or drops) make me nervous and I want the slow and steady approach.  If it can maintain this until Jan. 1, I'll take my initial investment out and let the rest ride.  I really don't want to cash anything out this year though for tax purposes (and yes, contrary to popular (liberal) belief, you have to pay taxes on this and the exchanges do report to the IRS).  I might not be able to wait until Jan. 1 though.  I really just want some stability.

While everyone was talking about Bitcoin, Ethereum broke $500 within the past couple of days and then came crashing down to $350, now back to $400 this morning.  I'm in on that too, to a lesser degree, and that still has a lot of growth left in it, but it's disappointing that it couldn't hold $500. 



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What is Ethereum?

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Ultimark wrote: What is Ethereum?
The second most popular crypto after Bitcoin and the Bitcoin spin-offs.  Supposedly it's more practical and has a better blockchain functionality, for those interested in the technical.



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Sorry to ask so many questions. Can you provide a link for the exchange you use? Not that I will buy at this point but I want to learn more.

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