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14-11-2022 15:47
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
Xadoman wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
duncan61 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
duncan61 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:One month ago:

Solana High Price:$40.39
Solana Next Day: $44.07

Current Solana Price: $31.57

duncan, did you sell yet or are you still in, clinging to hope that Solana will rise from the ashes?
HODling

Good move, duncan! Solana took its time and got spun around a bit but it looks like it has found its bearings and is on the up

Current Solana Price: $32.43

Solana is poised to moon. Don't get all tempted to cash out too early.


Solana Profit/Loss AU$‪264.17.
Tempting to close now but I am going to HODl because I am a desperate gambler

Xadoman, Duncan,
I want to be the first to congratulate you on your "investment" decision to "invest" with Solana. I watched it moon just as you predicted, delivering exactly the life-changing wealth that you knew would come. You totally threw it back in my face and I have no choice but to admit that you were right.

Well played.

I now see that Solana is gearing up to "moon" once again (yes, already) with its signature price adjustment that signals certain fortune for those clever individuals who are smart enough to take advantage of the "investment" opportunity.

Current Solana Price: $28.15

Apparently, Solana wants more than just a normal moon. Solana seems to want all the money in the world, so it's in the throes of a huge power-up ...

Current Solana Price: $27.14
Now is the time to buy on the dip! Wow! This is totally exciting!

Something huge is brewing with Solana. Wow! This is going to be the moon to end all moons. They apparently want all the money in the world.

Forget everything you have ever heard about Solana. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY on the dip. Solana is poised to make 10,000x. Start picking out your "made it" car.

Current Solana Price: $18.75

I have to amend what I wrote earlier. The moon run-up has accelerated beyond anyone's wildest dreams. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY on the dip. It turns out that previously was not the time to buy, and now it is. Solana is now poised to make 25,000x. Start picking out your "made it" cars.

Current Solana Price: $16.08
FTX( an exchange ) went down, people lost a lot of money. Billions of dollars. This is causing the current bloodbath at the cryptomarket.

So, you actually believe this? You believe that a mere technical glitch somewhere actually causes a currency to lose its value? You won't consider the likely possibility that this is an orchestrated effort across the board to drain cryptocurrencies of value, will you?

Well, that being the case, you must therefore be absolutely certain that once the glitch is fixed that all the cryptocurrencies will therefore return to their previous values. You must therefore be absolutely certain that now is the time to buy on the dip, and make 2x-3x by lunchtime tomorrow. You must be planning to grab every penny you can get in loans to throw into Solana immediately to get the 2x-3x right now, before making 1,000x when it moons.

Post your purchase details when you make it.

I'm certain the price will shoot up dramatically in the immediate future from people who are doing exactly this.

Solana's Low Yesterday: $12.31
Current Solana Price: $16.42

Look! Already up 33.3% from yesterday.

So, four days have passed, whatever happened on the other exchange is history. Back on the Binance exchange, Solana has not rebounded to its previous and drastically deflated price of $18.75, and it certainly hasn't mooned.

Current Solana Price: $14.71

Tell me again, why did Solana on the Binance exchange tank because of some problem with an entirely different exchange? Are you telling me that it makes perfect sense to you? Have you considered the possibility that it's all a huge scam and that you are willfully gullible to whatever wild excuses might help numb the pain of any occurrences that might expose this reality?
14-11-2022 16:42
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Gotta make up excuses in order to numb the pain... then keep repeating the same mistakes over and over and over again, with more and more excuses... The cold hard truth is just too much to handle, I guess...
14-11-2022 17:17
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:Gotta make up excuses in order to numb the pain... then keep repeating the same mistakes over and over and over again, with more and more excuses... The cold hard truth is just too much to handle, I guess...

Whenever a cryptocurrency experiences a sharp drop in price, those who bought in ask why it happened. The truth is that the exchange was used to drain value from the blockchain ... but that little, nasty truth cannot be revealed to the gullible public lest the unending funding stream dry up. The good news is that the gullible public that buys into cryptocurrencies ... is gullible. They will believe any WACKY, incredible, unbelievable excuse, as long as it is written on the internet. Example:

"Your cryptocurrency on Binance tumbled in value because there was this rich guy who lost a lot of money on another exchange, so of course all markets around the world took a hit and yours was just caught in the middle."

"A bug in a security patch brought down the exchange for four hours. By the time they got it back up, it was too late. All the cryptocurrencies listed has already lost more than 30%."

"There was a typo in a market report that snowballed and most of the planet rushed to sell off their cryptocurrencies before they discovered the error."

Whenever something bad happens in cryptoworld, just watch for the incredible willingness of those who were, in fact, robbed, to just believe whatever unbelievable excuse is offered by those who, in fact, robbed them.

Cryptocurrencies have the strange effect of identifying very stupid people.

.
14-11-2022 17:37
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:Gotta make up excuses in order to numb the pain... then keep repeating the same mistakes over and over and over again, with more and more excuses... The cold hard truth is just too much to handle, I guess...

Whenever a cryptocurrency experiences a sharp drop in price, those who bought in ask why it happened.

Yet, they don't ask (and don't care even after you regularly continue to point it out to them) why there are consistent "canyons" and "shark teeth", all with a consistently downward price trend. Noooooo, apparently that's just because Bitcoin's performance controls the fate of shitcoins, because a rich guy lost money elsewhere, because the exchange was temporarily brought down, because of a typo, because mama ate too much Kentucky fried chicken last night, and on and on....

IBdaMann wrote:
The truth is that the exchange was used to drain value from the blockchain ... but that little, nasty truth cannot be revealed to the gullible public lest the unending funding stream dry up. The good news is that the gullible public that buys into cryptocurrencies ... is gullible. They will believe any WACKY, incredible, unbelievable excuse, as long as it is written on the internet. Example:

"Your cryptocurrency on Binance tumbled in value because there was this rich guy who lost a lot of money on another exchange, so of course all markets around the world took a hit and yours was just caught in the middle."

"A bug in a security patch brought down the exchange for four hours. By the time they got it back up, it was too late. All the cryptocurrencies listed has already lost more than 30%."

"There was a typo in a market report that snowballed and most of the planet rushed to sell off their cryptocurrencies before they discovered the error."

Whenever something bad happens in cryptoworld, just watch for the incredible willingness of those who were, in fact, robbed, to just believe whatever unbelievable excuse is offered by those who, in fact, robbed them.

Cryptocurrencies have the strange effect of identifying very stupid people.

.

Bingo.
14-11-2022 18:18
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:Whenever a cryptocurrency experiences a sharp drop in price, those who bought in ask why it happened.
Yet, they don't ask

Actually they do ask. They are normally very quick to ask the people who robbed them "Hey, what's happening?" The question is always met with an immediate answer ... that was likely made up on the spot ... without any real thought behind it ... and it is embraced, every time.

What is never asked of the robbers are those additional questions from people such as you and me to those who were robbed pointing out the stupidity of invented excuse.
14-11-2022 18:26
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Xadoman wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
duncan61 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
duncan61 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:One month ago:

Solana High Price:$40.39
Solana Next Day: $44.07

Current Solana Price: $31.57

duncan, did you sell yet or are you still in, clinging to hope that Solana will rise from the ashes?
HODling

Good move, duncan! Solana took its time and got spun around a bit but it looks like it has found its bearings and is on the up

Current Solana Price: $32.43

Solana is poised to moon. Don't get all tempted to cash out too early.


Solana Profit/Loss AU$‪264.17.
Tempting to close now but I am going to HODl because I am a desperate gambler

Xadoman, Duncan,
I want to be the first to congratulate you on your "investment" decision to "invest" with Solana. I watched it moon just as you predicted, delivering exactly the life-changing wealth that you knew would come. You totally threw it back in my face and I have no choice but to admit that you were right.

Well played.

I now see that Solana is gearing up to "moon" once again (yes, already) with its signature price adjustment that signals certain fortune for those clever individuals who are smart enough to take advantage of the "investment" opportunity.

Current Solana Price: $28.15

Apparently, Solana wants more than just a normal moon. Solana seems to want all the money in the world, so it's in the throes of a huge power-up ...

Current Solana Price: $27.14
Now is the time to buy on the dip! Wow! This is totally exciting!

Something huge is brewing with Solana. Wow! This is going to be the moon to end all moons. They apparently want all the money in the world.

Forget everything you have ever heard about Solana. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY on the dip. Solana is poised to make 10,000x. Start picking out your "made it" car.

Current Solana Price: $18.75

I have to amend what I wrote earlier. The moon run-up has accelerated beyond anyone's wildest dreams. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY on the dip. It turns out that previously was not the time to buy, and now it is. Solana is now poised to make 25,000x. Start picking out your "made it" cars.

Current Solana Price: $16.08
FTX( an exchange ) went down, people lost a lot of money. Billions of dollars. This is causing the current bloodbath at the cryptomarket.

So, you actually believe this? You believe that a mere technical glitch somewhere actually causes a currency to lose its value? You won't consider the likely possibility that this is an orchestrated effort across the board to drain cryptocurrencies of value, will you?

Well, that being the case, you must therefore be absolutely certain that once the glitch is fixed that all the cryptocurrencies will therefore return to their previous values. You must therefore be absolutely certain that now is the time to buy on the dip, and make 2x-3x by lunchtime tomorrow. You must be planning to grab every penny you can get in loans to throw into Solana immediately to get the 2x-3x right now, before making 1,000x when it moons.

Post your purchase details when you make it.

I'm certain the price will shoot up dramatically in the immediate future from people who are doing exactly this.

Solana's Low Yesterday: $12.31
Current Solana Price: $16.42

Look! Already up 33.3% from yesterday.

So, four days have passed, whatever happened on the other exchange is history. Back on the Binance exchange, Solana has not rebounded to its previous and drastically deflated price of $18.75, and it certainly hasn't mooned.

Current Solana Price: $14.71

Tell me again, why did Solana on the Binance exchange tank because of some problem with an entirely different exchange? Are you telling me that it makes perfect sense to you? Have you considered the possibility that it's all a huge scam and that you are willfully gullible to whatever wild excuses might help numb the pain of any occurrences that might expose this reality?

Current Solana Price: $13.42
Current Binance Operations: Just Fine
14-11-2022 19:05
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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How low can it go?
14-11-2022 20:08
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:How low can it go?

Now that we understand that anything under the sun ... and perhaps anything over the sun as well ... can cause Solana to bottom out, I suppose that we should be looking out for canyons and sharks teeth ... or perhaps even some missing rugs (LOL! Yawn).

I am going to go out on a limb and predict that January 2023 will see lower values for Solana than the current values we are seeing today or possibly even values that are lower than they otherwise should be.

I'll keep you posted.
14-11-2022 21:25
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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FTX Update:

Apparently the entire FTX exchange went bankrupt, not just one or two cryptocurrencies on the exchange. The FTX exchange, which is incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda, experienced "strange outflows" amounting to $600 million. The official explanation is that hackers drained the exchange, that it was not any sort of nefarious activity on the part of the exchange management.

Naturally, the official explanation continues, this caused all other exchanges to reel and to lose value as people who owned cryptocurrencies suddenly lost faith in their own tokens, not that there was any sort of widespread fraud on display with cryptocurrency managers taking advantage of the available excuse and all-time high public gullibility to drain large amounts of value out of their cryptocurrencies ... shame on you for even thinking that.
15-11-2022 00:55
Xadoman
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Both IBdaMann and gfm saw in this thread how one of my coins made 20x. Most coins made insane gains during the bullrun. If you play it right then you can make insane gains with crypto.

I think that Bitcoin could go under 10k. I wanted to buy when it was 3k but I did not have an account on exchange back then because I was like IBdaMann and gfm who think that it is nothing but a scam. I ignored the whole crypto market and told myself what a scam it is. Made me feel better about myself being lazy not to get into the crypto game.

Then I saw how it went up to 60k. I could have made 20x. I entered the game and made beautiful gains with almost every coin but I made the mistake not to take profits. My mistake, nothing more. I do not cry about it. Many people on the other hand made generational wealth with crytpo.

I have learned a lot with crypto. Next time I am out with 10-20x gain. Simple as that.
Remember, those guys who sit in dollars lose a lot of money due to inflation each and every year. The inflation is going to be silly in coming years. Electricity is 10x, gas is 2x, firewood is 4x , food will be 2x and the ball is just getting rolling. This is going to be ugly for those who sit in dollars or any other fiat money.
15-11-2022 04:39
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Xadoman wrote:Both IBdaMann and gfm saw in this thread how one of my coins made 20x.

Nope. You insisted on not cashing in on your profits, thus you did not make 20x.

Xadoman wrote:Most coins made insane gains during the bullrun. If you play it right then you can make insane gains with crypto.

Incorrect. No coins can make any profits. Only people buying in can make any profit; coins cannot.

I'm not aware of any people who made a profit and neither are you, so I have no idea what you are talking about.

Xadoman wrote: Many people on the other hand made generational wealth with crytpo.

Neither you nor I are aware of any such people who are not members of the scam cadre.

Xadoman wrote:I have learned a lot with crypto.

I don't believe that, but maybe there are some people on this board who believe you. They can speak up and lend you their support. I will simply advise you to get out of crypto immediately and never return.

Xadoman wrote:Next time I am out with 10-20x gain. Simple as that.

I don't believe that either. I believe that if you ever find yourself in such a situation with such a profit, you will not rest until you have thought of some excuse to tell yourself to keep your money in, so that you can immediately start losing it all as the cryptocurrency invariably begins to crash.

Xadoman wrote:Remember, those guys who sit in dollars lose a lot of money due to inflation each and every year.

Yes, this is basic economics. Nonetheless, losing a small percentage of purchasing power every year is much better than losing all of your money in a few months.

The best option is to perform some rigorous research, find a legitimate investment ... and to invest in it. Rather than blow all your money as fast as you acquire it on get-rich-quick schemes, just resign yourself to becoming rich in twenty years through disciplined, intelligent investing (or business creation).

Xadoman wrote:The inflation is going to be silly in coming years. Electricity is 10x, gas is 2x, firewood is 4x , food will be 2x and the ball is just getting rolling.

This is because you choose to live in Europe.

.
15-11-2022 15:55
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
FTX Update [14 NOV 2022]:

Apparently the entire FTX exchange went bankrupt, not just one or two cryptocurrencies on the exchange. The FTX exchange, which is incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda, experienced "strange outflows" amounting to $600 million. The official explanation is that hackers drained the exchange, that it was not any sort of nefarious activity on the part of the exchange management.

Naturally, the official explanation continues, this caused all other exchanges to reel and to lose value as people who owned cryptocurrencies suddenly lost faith in their own tokens, not that there was any sort of widespread fraud on display with cryptocurrency managers taking advantage of the available excuse and all-time high public gullibility to drain large amounts of value out of their cryptocurrencies ... shame on you for even thinking that.

FTX Update [15 NOV 2022]:

FTX is already under criminal investigation. Apparently, Bahamas law enforcement is just not buying the "hackers" explanation for the rapid $600 million in outflows from the exchange, believing instead that "potentially unlawful" financial mismanagement/misconduct was involved. Obviously Bahamas law enforcement is racist, probably sexist and homophobic as well.


@ Xadoman: what did any of this have to do with Solana on the Binance exchange? You eagerly accepted the above as the reason Solana tanked, and you regurgitated it here on this site. So why did you believe it? It was an entirely different exchange.
15-11-2022 17:16
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
FTX Update [14 NOV 2022]:

Apparently the entire FTX exchange went bankrupt, not just one or two cryptocurrencies on the exchange. The FTX exchange, which is incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda, experienced "strange outflows" amounting to $600 million. The official explanation is that hackers drained the exchange, that it was not any sort of nefarious activity on the part of the exchange management.

Naturally, the official explanation continues, this caused all other exchanges to reel and to lose value as people who owned cryptocurrencies suddenly lost faith in their own tokens, not that there was any sort of widespread fraud on display with cryptocurrency managers taking advantage of the available excuse and all-time high public gullibility to drain large amounts of value out of their cryptocurrencies ... shame on you for even thinking that.

FTX Update [15 NOV 2022]:

FTX is already under criminal investigation. Apparently, Bahamas law enforcement is just not buying the "hackers" explanation for the rapid $600 million in outflows from the exchange, believing instead that "potentially unlawful" financial mismanagement/misconduct was involved. Obviously Bahamas law enforcement is racist, probably sexist and homophobic as well.

FTX Update [15 NOV 2022]:

Apparently, whoever sucked the $600 million out of FTX has already started moving the cash ... and it is being tracked. We'll see if it was just a "hacker" or if perhaps it was someone more closely affiliated with FTX management.

Stay tuned.
15-11-2022 17:23
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Xadoman wrote:
Both IBdaMann and gfm saw in this thread how one of my coins made 20x.

Did you cash out at 20x? If you did not cash out at 20x, then you did not make 20x.

Xadoman wrote:
Most coins made insane gains during the bullrun. If you play it right then you can make insane gains with crypto.

Coins do not make gains. Who is making these fabled "gains" (besides the scammers involved in the scam)?

Xadoman wrote:
I think that Bitcoin could go under 10k. I wanted to buy when it was 3k but I did not have an account on exchange back then because I was like IBdaMann and gfm who think that it is nothing but a scam.

I don't recall IBD or myself ever claiming that Bitcoin was a scam. Bitcoin actually gets used as a currency, meanwhile all the shitcoins that you are buying up are not used as a currency.

Xadoman wrote:
I ignored the whole crypto market and told myself what a scam it is. Made me feel better about myself being lazy not to get into the crypto game.

It sounds like you were ever so slightly smarter back then.

Xadoman wrote:
Then I saw how it went up to 60k. I could have made 20x.

Coulda, woulda, shoulda... didn't. You could have also bought into it and it could have also went down the shitter and you could have also lost 20x.

Xadoman wrote:
I entered the game

This is your admission that you are quite literally gambling your money away for entertainment purposes. Some people like to spend their money bowling, or mini golfing, or going out to eat, or seeing a movie on the "big screen". You? You choose to gamble it away on shit coins. What you find entertaining is your prerogative, but don't lie to me (and more importantly, yourself) by trying to tell me (and yourself) that you are somehow "investing" your money and are somehow "making gains" from your shit coin purchases.

Xadoman wrote:
and made beautiful gains with almost every coin

... and here's the lying that I just got done referring to. If you aren't cashing out at 20x, then you have not gained 20x. There are no gains unless you cash out.

Xadoman wrote:
but I made the mistake not to take profits.

What "profits"?

Xadoman wrote:
My mistake, nothing more. I do not cry about it. Many people on the other hand made generational wealth with crytpo.

Like who? I don't know anyone who has done so (outside of the scammers involved in the scam).

Xadoman wrote:
I have learned a lot with crypto.

I don't believe you, as you keep making the same mistakes over and over again, and keep telling yourself the same lies over and over again. If you actually learned anything, then you would immediately stop buying up worthless shit coins, recognizing them for the scam that they are, and actually invest your money instead of gambling it all away.

Xadoman wrote:
Next time I am out with 10-20x gain. Simple as that.

I'll believe it when I see it. What you will actually do is keep telling yourself "just a little bit longer... just a little bit longer... I might miss out..." and you will continue to lose money just as you are doing now. Nothing will change.

Xadoman wrote:
Remember, those guys who sit in dollars lose a lot of money due to inflation each and every year.

Yes, however losing a bit of purchasing power year over year is a better situation than losing a bunch of money over the course of a few months by throwing it down into the abyss that is shit coins.

Xadoman wrote:
The inflation is going to be silly in coming years. Electricity is 10x, gas is 2x, firewood is 4x , food will be 2x and the ball is just getting rolling. This is going to be ugly for those who sit in dollars or any other fiat money.

Yup. It sure sucks to live in Europe, and as much as the States are sucking right now, it sucks even worse to be in Europe. Winter is coming, and you won't be able to afford to heat your home. You had money to spend on electricity and firewood, but you chose to throw it away for a bunch of shit coins instead.

You could've at least used that fiat money as a fire starter... but you can't even get THAT little bit of usage out of your shit coins.

Sucks to suck.
15-11-2022 19:38
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:
Xadoman wrote: Both IBdaMann and gfm saw in this thread how one of my coins made 20x.
Did you cash out at 20x? If you did not cash out at 20x, then you did not make 20x.


gfm7175 wrote:
Xadoman wrote:Most coins made insane gains during the bullrun.
Coins do not make gains.


The problem we are seeing here is the mistaken impression that coins are the ones competing, like football teams, and people are supposed to pick their "team" and buy tickets to the game and buy all the paraphernalia. Notice that the nonexistent tokens, which are uncontrollably referred to as "coins", are what are perceived to be making the gains and winning the games. There are seemingly no people involved.

.
17-11-2022 16:31
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Bitcoin [17 November 2022]

Did I understand correctly? Was $1.5 Billion withdrawn from Bitcoin in one week? Did Bitcoin price fall from more than $20,000 on 8 November to it's current $16,500 price?
17-11-2022 23:43
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
Bitcoin [17 November 2022]

Did I understand correctly? Was $1.5 Billion withdrawn from Bitcoin in one week? Did Bitcoin price fall from more than $20,000 on 8 November to it's current $16,500 price?

Bitcoin (and all cryptocurrencies) are falling because people are cashing them out to try and survive in the economic depression.

The FTX fiasco isn't helping anything concerning faith in cryptocurrency of any kind either.

Well...there's always gold and silver if one wants to try to move away from fiat currencies.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

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18-11-2022 11:17
Xadoman
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Bitcoin (and all cryptocurrencies) are falling because people are cashing them out to try and survive in the economic depression.


Which adds fire to the inflation.
18-11-2022 17:37
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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$231.06: Solana price one year ago
$136.88: Solana price 03 Apr 2022
$046.58: Solana price 13 Aug 2022
$036.83: Solana price 05 Nov 2022
$017.63: Solana price 10 Nov 2022


gfm7175 wrote:How low can it go?

Solana has just spent more than 24 hours under $14.00

24H Low - $13.26
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.39
18-11-2022 20:00
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
$231.06: Solana price one year ago
$136.88: Solana price 03 Apr 2022
$046.58: Solana price 13 Aug 2022
$036.83: Solana price 05 Nov 2022
$017.63: Solana price 10 Nov 2022


gfm7175 wrote:How low can it go?

Solana has just spent more than 24 hours under $14.00

24H Low - $13.26
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.39


I spoke a bit too soon.

24H Low - $13.02
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.08
18-11-2022 21:21
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Lower! Lower! Lower!
18-11-2022 21:55
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Xadoman wrote:
Bitcoin (and all cryptocurrencies) are falling because people are cashing them out to try and survive in the economic depression.


Which adds fire to the inflation.


No. Inflation has only one direct cause. Printing money faster than wealth being created.
The government WANTS inflation.

Here we are, over two years into an economic depression, and the government is still trying to print their way out of it.

Now it's so bad for some that they are cashing out Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies. This scenario has been building for some time.

Of course, the FTX fiasco isn't helping anything either. It acted a bit like a trigger to send a shockwave of fading faith in cryptocurrency.


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Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
Edited on 18-11-2022 22:01
18-11-2022 22:06
GasGuzzler
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
$231.06: Solana price one year ago
$136.88: Solana price 03 Apr 2022
$046.58: Solana price 13 Aug 2022
$036.83: Solana price 05 Nov 2022
$017.63: Solana price 10 Nov 2022


gfm7175 wrote:How low can it go?

Solana has just spent more than 24 hours under $14.00

24H Low - $13.26
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.39


I spoke a bit too soon.

24H Low - $13.02
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.08


I see what you did there. Nice.


Computer science made this page possible, whether you do not believe in science or not.- Swan
19-11-2022 01:54
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Into the Night wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Bitcoin [17 November 2022]

Did I understand correctly? Was $1.5 Billion withdrawn from Bitcoin in one week? Did Bitcoin price fall from more than $20,000 on 8 November to it's current $16,500 price?

Bitcoin (and all cryptocurrencies) are falling because people are cashing them out to try and survive in the economic depression.

The FTX fiasco isn't helping anything concerning faith in cryptocurrency of any kind either.

Well...there's always gold and silver if one wants to try to move away from fiat currencies.


True, gold and silver will always hold high value, do to the many uses. But, like anything, it's only worth what someone else is willing to pay. When it comes time to sell your precious metals, because you need something. It stands to reason that there will be thousands of others doing the same. Still better than toilet paper, but value isn't guaranteed. If your car is in desperate need of fuel, and the only guy selling gas says he want an ounce of gold per gallon. He's likely to sell some expensive gas... Least it's more convenient, than toting around a truckload of toilet paper dollars of the same value.
19-11-2022 04:12
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Bitcoin [17 November 2022]

Did I understand correctly? Was $1.5 Billion withdrawn from Bitcoin in one week? Did Bitcoin price fall from more than $20,000 on 8 November to it's current $16,500 price?

Bitcoin (and all cryptocurrencies) are falling because people are cashing them out to try and survive in the economic depression.

The FTX fiasco isn't helping anything concerning faith in cryptocurrency of any kind either.

Well...there's always gold and silver if one wants to try to move away from fiat currencies.


True, gold and silver will always hold high value, do to the many uses. But, like anything, it's only worth what someone else is willing to pay. When it comes time to sell your precious metals, because you need something. It stands to reason that there will be thousands of others doing the same. Still better than toilet paper, but value isn't guaranteed. If your car is in desperate need of fuel, and the only guy selling gas says he want an ounce of gold per gallon. He's likely to sell some expensive gas... Least it's more convenient, than toting around a truckload of toilet paper dollars of the same value.

The guy selling expensive gas won't be in business long. It's just too easy to obtain oil and process it into gasoline.


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21-11-2022 18:47
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
$231.06: Solana price one year ago
$136.88: Solana price 03 Apr 2022
$046.58: Solana price 13 Aug 2022
$036.83: Solana price 05 Nov 2022
$017.63: Solana price 10 Nov 2022


gfm7175 wrote:How low can it go?

Solana has just spent more than 24 hours under $14.00

24H Low - $13.26
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.39


I spoke a bit too soon.

24H Low - $13.02
24H High - $13.86

Current Solana Price: $13.08

Solana has just spent more than 24 hours under $13.00

24H Low: $11.54
24H High: $12.86

Current Solana Price: $11.82
21-11-2022 20:24
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Do you all remember Safemoon?

Do you remember how it tanked and how the managers decided to be creative with the rug-pull and simply force HODLers into a new version of Safemoon, i.e. Safemoon V2, and force them to pay all the transaction fees while they watch their value evaporate because the new V2 was open to the public who would buy in and heavily dilute the value?

Do you remember how this was rationalized by a 1000-to-1 value merge?

Well, the Safemoon V2 is now trading at less than 1/10th of its opening price in January of this year (2022).

The original Safemoon still exists and is now trading at 1/5000th of its January price and has a 24-hour trading volume of $85 ... not a volume of $85 million ... just a volume of $85.
22-11-2022 08:50
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IBdaMann wrote:
Do you all remember Safemoon?

Do you remember how it tanked and how the managers decided to be creative with the rug-pull and simply force HODLers into a new version of Safemoon, i.e. Safemoon V2, and force them to pay all the transaction fees while they watch their value evaporate because the new V2 was open to the public who would buy in and heavily dilute the value?

Do you remember how this was rationalized by a 1000-to-1 value merge?

Well, the Safemoon V2 is now trading at less than 1/10th of its opening price in January of this year (2022).

The original Safemoon still exists and is now trading at 1/5000th of its January price and has a 24-hour trading volume of $85 ... not a volume of $85 million ... just a volume of $85.


Is that US dollars, or Safemoon dollars. Never mind, both are worth about the same these days...
22-11-2022 16:13
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Xadoman is rushing to "cash in" on his "20x profits" ...
22-11-2022 21:24
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IBdaMann wrote:
Do you all remember Safemoon?

Do you remember how it tanked and how the managers decided to be creative with the rug-pull and simply force HODLers into a new version of Safemoon, i.e. Safemoon V2, and force them to pay all the transaction fees while they watch their value evaporate because the new V2 was open to the public who would buy in and heavily dilute the value?

Do you remember how this was rationalized by a 1000-to-1 value merge?

Well, the Safemoon V2 is now trading at less than 1/10th of its opening price in January of this year (2022).

The original Safemoon still exists and is now trading at 1/5000th of its January price and has a 24-hour trading volume of $85 ... not a volume of $85 million ... just a volume of $85.


No but I remember tinkertoys, Lincoln logs, silly putty, slinky, etch sketch, view master, lego's and lite brite..................


According to CDC/Government info, people who were vaccinated are now DYING at a higher rate than non-vaccinated people, which exposes the covid vaccines as the poison that they are

This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
Edited on 22-11-2022 21:29
22-11-2022 21:45
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:Xadoman is rushing to "cash in" on his "20x profits" ...

Safemoon could even go 50x, or 100x. Instead of mocking, you should buy on the dip.

Solana is looking good to break $12.00! [Current Solana Price: $11.84]

Just so you know, actual experts predict Solana's price could potentially reach $162.23 in 2030 ... so sit on that one and spin around.
28-11-2022 02:00
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28-11-2022 19:50
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IBdaMann wrote:
Just so you know, actual experts predict Solana's price could potentially reach $162.23 in 2030 ... so sit on that one and spin around.

It could, but it might already be too late.

I COULD also jump off of a cliff and live to tell the tale... potentially... maybe... possibly... theoretically...
28-11-2022 20:24
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gfm7175 wrote:It could, but it might already be too late.

... but what we know is that it isn't as late as it otherwise would be ... but then again, it might be too late.

gfm7175 wrote:I COULD also jump off of a cliff and live to tell the tale... potentially... maybe... possibly... theoretically...

You keep trying to make it sound like it's a certainty when it only might have potential for theoretical possibility of maybe having an outside chance of being absolutely guaranteed.
30-11-2022 18:07
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$BNB Price On This Day - Nov 29, 2022
TODAY: $303
1 yr. ago: $624
2 yr. ago: $30
3 yr. ago: $16
4 yr. ago: $5.35
5 yr. ago: $1.75

Daily remainder for those who choose to stay out of crypto.
30-11-2022 18:25
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Xadoman wrote:
$BNB Price On This Day - Nov 29, 2022
TODAY: $303
1 yr. ago: $624
2 yr. ago: $30
3 yr. ago: $16
4 yr. ago: $5.35
5 yr. ago: $1.75

Daily remainder for those who choose to stay out of crypto.

Xadoman, what "message" do you believe you are reminding people?

Please make sure to include the words "assuming you are able to successfully time the market" if that is the case.
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