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19-12-2022 18:07
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Hahahahahahahahahaha wow Solchicks and Pitbull have sure been embarrassments... hahahahahahahahahaha
19-12-2022 19:37
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:Hahahahahahahahahaha wow Solchicks and Pitbull have sure been embarrassments... hahahahahahahahahaha

That depends. For whom?
19-12-2022 20:11
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Xadoman, are you still HODLing your Safemoon V2? If so, I assume that you are now going to buy on the dip, right? After all, Safemoon V2 reached its All Time High of $0.004x (two zeroes after the decimal) pretty much right out of the starting gate when it opened in January of this year (2022) and has been preparing to moon ever since, dipping to $0.00024 (three zeroes after the decimal), signalling that mooning is imminent.
19-12-2022 22:09
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:Hahahahahahahahahaha wow Solchicks and Pitbull have sure been embarrassments... hahahahahahahahahaha

That depends. For whom?

For HODLers like Xadoman who have experienced "10x gains" (read: massive monetary losses), Solchicks and Pitbull have both been embarrassments.

For spectators like me who make fun of the manipulation tactics and the overall constant downward price trend, Solchicks and Pitbull have both been embarrassments.

For the directors/insiders of both Solchicks and Pitbull, those have both been very successful endeavors in terms of padding director/insider pockets, which is not at all an embarrassment from their point of view.

Good point.
20-12-2022 15:48
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.
22-12-2022 22:04
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.

Something to look for .... at 0830 this morning Wisconsin time, Solana dipped below $12.00 and has remained submerged since. Let's check back tomorrow and see if Solana remains below $12.00 for 24 hours.

Date: 22 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.85
23-12-2022 16:28
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.

Something to look for .... at 0830 this morning Wisconsin time, Solana dipped below $12.00 and has remained submerged since. Let's check back tomorrow and see if Solana remains below $12.00 for 24 hours.

Date: 22 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.85

It didn't happen. Twice on 22 December 2022 Solana popped its head just above $12.00, once reaching $12.09 (just before midnight Wisconsin time), but has spent the last eight hours below $12.00.

We'll check back again tomorrow.

Date: 23 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.79
26-12-2022 20:57
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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The DILBERT perspective
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26-12-2022 23:26
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.

Something to look for .... at 0830 this morning Wisconsin time, Solana dipped below $12.00 and has remained submerged since. Let's check back tomorrow and see if Solana remains below $12.00 for 24 hours.

Date: 22 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.85

On 23 December 2022, Solana dropped below $12.00 and has remained below that mark.

Today's date: 26 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.24
Solana 24-Hr High: $11.45
27-12-2022 17:52
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.

Something to look for .... at 0830 this morning Wisconsin time, Solana dipped below $12.00 and has remained submerged since. Let's check back tomorrow and see if Solana remains below $12.00 for 24 hours.

Date: 22 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.85

On 23 December 2022, Solana dropped below $12.00 and has remained below that mark.

Today's date: 26 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.24
Solana 24-Hr High: $11.45

On 27 December 2022 at 08:36 am Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $11.00 and has been under that mark for just over an hour. We'll start a watch on it.

27 DEC 2022
Current Solana Price: $10.87
28-12-2022 15:35
duncan61
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Hi Buddy. I am so glad I took your advice and cashed out plus $521. You were right about the warming as well. How cold is North America. We are still n the low 30s here in West Australia
28-12-2022 17:38
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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duncan61 wrote:Hi Buddy. I am so glad I took your advice and cashed out plus $521.

I'm elated that you cashed out with winnings. Most people lose everything they spend in crypto. You were wise to get out.

I wish to add that it was wise of you to never get into Safemoon but it was reprehensible for you to push Xadoman into buying more.

duncan61 wrote:You were right about the warming as well.

I made many points about "the warming." About which point was I right?

duncan61 wrote: How cold is North America. We are still n the low 30s here in West Australia

We are experiencing a lack of Global Warmth locally and could use some violations of thermodynamics, that's for sure.
28-12-2022 19:04
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.

Something to look for .... at 0830 this morning Wisconsin time, Solana dipped below $12.00 and has remained submerged since. Let's check back tomorrow and see if Solana remains below $12.00 for 24 hours.

Date: 22 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.85

On 23 December 2022, Solana dropped below $12.00 and has remained below that mark.

Today's date: 26 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.24
Solana 24-Hr High: $11.45

On 27 December 2022 at 08:36 am Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $11.00 and has been under that mark for just over an hour. We'll start a watch on it.

27 DEC 2022
Current Solana Price: $10.87

Today, 28 December 2022, Solana has dipped below $10.00 several times for just under an hour at a time.

Current Solana Price: $9.98
29-12-2022 06:18
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Keep in mind, Solana is roughly 13 months old, having opened in November of 2021

18 NOV 2022 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


20 DEC 2022: Solana has spent almost four days under $13.00
20 DEC 2022: 24-Hour low - $11.67
20 DEC 2022: Current Price - $12.30

Just after 4:00 pm Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $13.00 and hasn't returned.

Something to look for .... at 0830 this morning Wisconsin time, Solana dipped below $12.00 and has remained submerged since. Let's check back tomorrow and see if Solana remains below $12.00 for 24 hours.

Date: 22 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.85

On 23 December 2022, Solana dropped below $12.00 and has remained below that mark.

Today's date: 26 December 2022
Current Solana Price: $11.24
Solana 24-Hr High: $11.45

On 27 December 2022 at 08:36 am Wisconsin time, Solana dropped below $11.00 and has been under that mark for just over an hour. We'll start a watch on it.

27 DEC 2022
Current Solana Price: $10.87

Today, 28 December 2022, Solana has dipped below $10.00 several times for just under an hour at a time, but at 12:35 pm Wisconsin time, it dipped for the long-haul and has not reemerged. Solana has now been below the $10.00 mark for just about 10 hours. We'll check tomorrow.

Current Solana Price: $9.72
30-12-2022 17:07
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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@ gfm7175, you are going to have to consider the possibility of listing "crypto winter" in your list of terms. You and I have long since known of the scam nature of cryptocurrencies. I used to suspect that these crypto scams were connected to well-funded Marxist and Democrat organizations ... until my suspicions were confirmed with the FTX meltdown and the monetary Democrat Donor -> Crypto Exchange -> Democrat Party -> Democrat Donor -> [repeat] cycle. All reporting on crypto markets directly parallels CNN reporting on the Democrat Party, i.e. standard Marxist disinformation slanted to the very positive, regardless of how bad the news and regardless for how long.

In the same way that the public in encouraged to "invest" in collapsing cryptos by urging them to "buy on the dip", the public is encouraged to maintain faith in crypto by lumping all the thousands of collapsed cryptocurrencies together and referring to it collectively merely as an unfortunate quarterly statement, i.e. Crypto Winter, with the implication that values will inevitably rise again, we just don't know exactly when ... so you should obviously get in while the entire market is on the dip. You'll be certain to moon whenever the market spikes.

Even Forbes has been bought; this is what they officially have to say on the matter:

This is not the first time a crypto winter has settled over the market. The last crypto winter lasted from January 2018 to December 2020.

We know from that experience that crypto winter is a lot like a conventional bear market, and the results aren't too dissimilar from bear markets in other asset classes. Long-term, crypto winters weed out young startups and present an opportunity for top companies to mature and prove their products.

Once the crypto winter thawed in late 2020, a period of incredible growth lasted for most of 2021.


One of the reasons this is so disgustingly dishonest is that the "growth" mentioned wasn't growth, but merely new scams starting up, by the thousands.

This is what the Washington Post says:

The crypto industry is calling this moment its "crypto winter." They say it's cyclical, much like a bear market for Wall Street — something that has happened before and will eventually blow over. But experts say the ferocity and scale of this downturn could end up leading to more of an ice age.


Reuters explains how the FTX collapse will bring the resurgence of the crypto market that will end the Crypto Winter, just around the corner in a few months.

Although investors have suffered significant losses, we believe this second 'crypto winter' will be a net positive because the FTX collapse will edge the crypto ecosystem closer to the established financial sector.


This is just one man's two cents.
02-01-2023 20:08
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Well, I was trackng Solana for a reason. I was looking for something and it actually happened. I watched it happen periodically with Safemoon whenever the value drained from the project caused the price to get so low that even the stupidest of morons could not be convinced to buy in. So the developers (management) slide some cash into the liquidity pool which causes the price to jump a healthy percentage, because the amount of liquidity is a factor in the price algorithm. Then a media blitz touts how that particular crypto is suddenly "on fire" and is "taking off". The world's morons get a fierce case of FOMO and rush to buy, which causes another brief surge in price. The next round of media hype touts the new volume figures and lists the crypto as one of the "top cryptos" and that its comeback has arrived ... and it's success is attributed to something totally irrelevant to anything. Then, of course, management slides the cash out of the liquidity pool and begins draining the new inflowing wealth.

So we all watched here on Climate-Debate Solana's value drained from roughly $40 token price in November to $10 two days ago.

CNBC Reports on Solana's $50 Billion demise
The Street covers Solana's continued crash

Then yesterday Solana liquidity increases and suddenly Solana's price is up over $11 for no other reason ... and the media is instantly hyping it, selling it like snake oil.

Yahoo Fake News:. Solana Jumps Double Digits to Reclaim $11 .
MSN:. Solana's Price Increased More Than 12% Within 24 hours
Edited on 02-01-2023 20:11
03-01-2023 16:19
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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I recommend everybody perform his/her own independent verification/research into the below points so as to have a much wiser perspective into the Solana scam, and in crypto overall.

* I mentioned that Solana shot up to more than $11.00 for no valid financial reason, and you might have been tempted to respond "Hey, IBDaMann, Solana shot up because of the 'Ethereum Merge'. Just Google it."

* I would then point out that Ethereum has nothing to do with Solana because they are competitors, and you would be tempted to mention that the 'Ethereum Merge' transformed Ethereum to be more like Solana in some technical aspects, and that instilled more market confidence in Solana.

* I would then point out that nothing was merged with Ethereum, that Ethereum management simply altered the algorithm for the writing of blocks into the chain, and that the only way Ethereum became more like Solana is that it became a bit faster processing traffic in volume, which is Solana's selling point. The term "Ethereum Merge" was adopted because it sounds so much more transformative than "some code was rewritten". You might be tempted to respond that if the Ethereum platform becomes more efficient, naturally there will be rippling effects of greater confidence amongst Ethereum's competitors.

* I would then point out that nobody assigns greater or lesser value to a currency by the number of additional or fewer milliseconds required to acquire the currency, that the value assigned to a currency is determined by its acceptance as payment for goods and services. You might be tempted to disagree and to assert that in today's world things happen at light speed and currencies that cannot keep up will fall by the wayside, which is why Ethereum's efforts to become more responsive to requests to purchase Ethereum cryptocurrency is certainly enough to explain price gains by its competitor, Solana.

OK, I respectfully disagree.
03-01-2023 21:38
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
@ gfm7175, you are going to have to consider the possibility of listing "crypto winter" in your list of terms.

I have considered it and have decided that it is worthy of addition (and it is now added).

Reading through those clips of Forbes and WaPo that you included left me completely boggled as to what 'crypto winter' could even mean. They could have easily substituted the words 'global warming' or 'climate change' or 'silence violence' or 'variable constant' and it would've meant the same to me. Yes, I've literally seen somebody use the term 'variable constant' and proceed to act as if it held legitimate meaning. For all I remember, it could've been from this particular forum.
04-01-2023 16:57
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:Reading through those clips of Forbes and WaPo that you included left me completely boggled as to what 'crypto winter' could even mean.

What a strange coincidence, the authors don't know what it means either.

gfm7175 wrote:They could have easily substituted the words 'global warming' or 'climate change' or 'silence violence' or 'variable constant' and it would've meant the same to me.

That's a common property of undefined disinformation buzzwords. It just wouldn't have the same effect to say "Many pyramid scams collapsed and many rugs were pulled" ... because then you wouldn't be confused.

gfm7175 wrote:Yes, I've literally seen somebody use the term 'variable constant' and proceed to act as if it held legitimate meaning.

It's possible you read/heard the term in relation to computer programming, with respect to a particular language that allows variables to be set to "static" and/or otherwise be set to a constant type so that the values they hold are protected and cannot be changed.

It's also possible that this is not what you read/heard.
04-01-2023 18:05
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:Yes, I've literally seen somebody use the term 'variable constant' and proceed to act as if it held legitimate meaning.

It's possible you read/heard the term in relation to computer programming, with respect to a particular language that allows variables to be set to "static" and/or otherwise be set to a constant type so that the values they hold are protected and cannot be changed.

It's also possible that this is not what you read/heard.

It was a good while ago, so I don't remember the specifics of the discussion, nor even which forum I came across that term on, but I do remember that the discussion was not about computer programming (since I don't know very much about computer programming and I tend to not attempt educating people about things that I don't know very much about). My suspicion is that I was engaged in a "global warming" discussion with someone at the time.
Edited on 04-01-2023 18:11
04-01-2023 19:31
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote: My suspicion is that I was engaged in a "global warming" discussion with someone at the time.

I perused and I think that you discovered a one-time nutcase who stopped using that term.

However, to prevent you from feeling like there is now a void in your life, I discovered a new undefined buzzword that will certainly make your day.

Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs)


I found it here.

What do different RCPs mean?

[Post category:Data Variables]

Future greenhouse gas emissions and concentrations are difficult to predict and depend on future developments such as future population growth, economic growth, energy use, uptake of renewable energy, technological change, deforestation and land use. The climate-modelling community has developed four Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs). The four RCPs span a large range of future global warming scenarios. RCPs are space and time and dependent trajectories of future greenhouse gas concentrations and different pollutants caused by different human activities. RCPs quantify future greenhouse gas concentrations and the radiative forcing (additional energy taken up by the Earth system), due to increases in climate change pollution.

Three different RCPs are used:



Due to the different future greenhouse gas concentrations, RCP2.6 will result in the least amount of global warming and only limited climate change. RCP 8.5 will result in more rapid warming and more climate change.

When selecting the RCPs it is important to realize that until mid-century the differences in outcomes between the RCPs is often very small. The reason for this is that the climate system responds relatively slowly to changes in greenhouse gas concentration. So the choice of RCP is not important until mid-century. For analyses after mid-century, it is important to distinguish between different RCPs. RCP8.5 gives a much more rapid warming and more pronounced changes in important indicators such as river flow, water temperature and precipitation. The difference between RCP 2.6 and 4.5 remain relatively small until the end of the century.
04-01-2023 21:26
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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RCPs?? hahaha wow... yup, onto the list it goes... What a bunch of gobbledygook. I swear these people just make up fancy sounding words to confuse people and then use that confusion to pretend that they are smarter than everyone else ("experts").
05-01-2023 16:31
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote: I swear these people just make up fancy sounding words to confuse people and then use that confusion to pretend that they are smarter than everyone else ("experts").

You are wise. It's human nature to want to be important, but some people are more desperate than others. This is due to perceptions of self unimportance and painful awareness of ignorance in areas of perceived authority (e.g. science, economics, math, investing, etc ...).

Discussions become games of poker. Those with nothing in their hands have no other option but to bluff. There are far too many people who will quickly fold under the presumption that sufficiently plausible sounding gibber-babble is probably true, so bluffing has become an effective winning strategy. When bluffing, all fallacies on Into the Night's list are fair game. Those who don't recognize and understand fallacies feel compelled to fold and to prostrate themselves to the wielders of the gibber-babble, presuming them to be wiser and better.

I find that it is a much better strategy to just maintain a really strong hand, to recognize and ignore all the anticipated bluffing and to just win every hand. I recommend to anyone implementing my strategy to remind others to not be afraid to bring on the hard stuff.
05-01-2023 18:21
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Ha! That poker analogy is spot on. Sums the situation up quite well.
09-01-2023 16:20
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
Well, I was trackng Solana for a reason. I was looking for something and it actually happened. I watched it happen periodically with Safemoon whenever the value drained from the project caused the price to get so low that even the stupidest of morons could not be convinced to buy in. So the developers (management) slide some cash into the liquidity pool which causes the price to jump a healthy percentage, because the amount of liquidity is a factor in the price algorithm. Then a media blitz touts how that particular crypto is suddenly "on fire" and is "taking off". The world's morons get a fierce case of FOMO and rush to buy, which causes another brief surge in price. The next round of media hype touts the new volume figures and lists the crypto as one of the "top cryptos" and that its comeback has arrived ... and it's success is attributed to something totally irrelevant to anything. Then, of course, management slides the cash out of the liquidity pool and begins draining the new inflowing wealth.

So we all watched here on Climate-Debate Solana's value drained from roughly $40 token price in November to $10 two days ago.

CNBC Reports on Solana's $50 Billion demise
The Street covers Solana's continued crash

Then yesterday Solana liquidity increases and suddenly Solana's price is up over $11 for no other reason ... and the media is instantly hyping it, selling it like snake oil.

Yahoo Fake News:. Solana Jumps Double Digits to Reclaim $11 .
MSN:. Solana's Price Increased More Than 12% Within 24 hours


Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert - Alert


Solana is now mooning. If you did not ride the FOMO and buy at the dip then you set yourself up to be mocked with "Would'a-Could'a-Should'as"

Today's (Monday morning, 9 JAN 2023) Review:

2 JAN 2023, Solana ended its days of hovering right at $10.00 and shot up into $11.xx in the span of about an hour, stirring immediate interest (and volume) and making Solana a "hot" crypto.

3 JAN 2023, Solana was further spiked from $11.xx to $13.xx in the span of about an hour, making it "on fire" and stirring even greater interest and volume.

8 JAN 2023 (last night), Solana ended its days of hovering at $13.xx and shot up to $16.xx within the span of about an hour, making it the hottest crypto available, except that it happened just hours ago and the schills haven't had time to produce their videos yet.

To the untrained layman's eyes, it might appear that Solana's price was artificially spiked three times in order to give the false appearance that the cryptocurrency has somehow increased in intrinsic value, but that's why we don't listen to untrained laymen and instead focus our attention on what the experts are saying. Solana is HOT and there are no two ways about it. If you don't INVEST now while it's taking off, you'll have only yourself to blame for missing out on 500x.

Current Solana Price: $16.31
Edited on 09-01-2023 16:41
09-01-2023 17:42
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Oh great! Time to buy!!!! I'm not going to miss out!!!

Oh wait, I AM going to miss out on losing all of my money after Solana tanks again after management slides the liquidity pool back out. Drats.
09-01-2023 18:08
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:
Oh great! Time to buy!!!! I'm not going to miss out!!!

Oh wait, I AM going to miss out on losing all of my money after Solana tanks again after management slides the liquidity pool back out. Drats.

There you go again, rushing to spout your layman's view that isn't value-added, and ignoring what the experts and climate scientists are saying:



In 2022, much of the enthusiasm wore off, and Solana fell more than 90% for the year, shedding tens of billions of dollars in market cap in the process.

But a funny thing happened as the year ended and the calendar flipped to 2023. Rather than fading away into further obscurity, Solana began the year with a furious and unexpected rally.

So far, Solana is up more than 60% year to date just over a week into the year. What's driving the rally, and can the crypto continue to perform well over the course of the year?

The Bonk factor

Part of Solana's explosive start to 2023 is simply a relief rally, but a large part of it is widespread enthusiasm for a new meme coin within the Solana ecosystem modeled after Shiba Inu called Bonk.

I know what you are thinking: Didn't investors have enough with these types of dog-themed meme coins last year? While it is right to be skeptical, and the long-term value of Bonk is indeed questionable, it's important to note that at the very least, the meme coin has restored a sense of fun and enthusiasm to Solana (and the broader space as a whole) at a time when it really needed it.

Part of the total supply of 99 trillion Bonk coins was air-dropped into the wallets of Solana developers, non-fungible token (NFT) artists, NFT collectors, and others within the Solana community. And it caused a stir on social media, with both Bonk and Solana at one point trending on Twitter.

The people behind Bonk said that its goal was to bring fun and fairness back to the Solana community with a meme coin "where everyone gets a fair shot" because they were tired of the "toxic Alameda tokenomics" that came to dominate the space during Alameda's time.
10-01-2023 17:03
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gfm7175 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:@ gfm7175, you are going to have to consider the possibility of listing "crypto winter" in your list of terms.
I have considered it and have decided that it is worthy of addition (and it is now added).

Reading through those clips of Forbes and WaPo that you included left me completely boggled as to what 'crypto winter' could even mean. They could have easily substituted the words 'global warming' or 'climate change' or 'silence violence' or 'variable constant' and it would've meant the same to me. Yes, I've literally seen somebody use the term 'variable constant' and proceed to act as if it held legitimate meaning. For all I remember, it could've been from this particular forum.

I've got a headline for you today:

"Coinbase to Cut Around 20% of Workforce as Crypto Winter Lingers"

There is no explanation as to what "Crypto Winter" is or what it has to do with Coinbase's decisions. I keep expecting Climate Scientists to be called in to explain.
10-01-2023 17:19
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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hahahahahahahahaha now THAT is comedic relief if I ever did see it. hahahahahahahaha

TOO funny......

That makes me think of the libtard twits who get all excited about "lower gas prices" as of lately, even though gas prices still remain higher than they ever were under the Trump era. People get brainwashed into getting excited about (using pricing in my locality of Wisconsin) $4/gal "summer price" coming down to $3/gal "winter price" while completely forgetting that they were only paying $2/gal "summer price" under the Trump era.

And it's only going to get worse as the war against feasible fuels continues to ramp up...
10-01-2023 20:27
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:hahahahahahahahaha now THAT is comedic relief if I ever did see it. hahahahahahahaha

TOO funny......

That makes me think of the libtard twits who get all excited about "lower gas prices" as of lately, even though gas prices still remain higher than they ever were under the Trump era. People get brainwashed into getting excited about (using pricing in my locality of Wisconsin) $4/gal "summer price" coming down to $3/gal "winter price" while completely forgetting that they were only paying $2/gal "summer price" under the Trump era.

And it's only going to get worse as the war against feasible fuels continues to ramp up...

Feasible Fuels. I like that.
11-01-2023 17:29
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:@ gfm7175, you are going to have to consider the possibility of listing "crypto winter" in your list of terms.
I have considered it and have decided that it is worthy of addition (and it is now added).

Reading through those clips of Forbes and WaPo that you included left me completely boggled as to what 'crypto winter' could even mean. They could have easily substituted the words 'global warming' or 'climate change' or 'silence violence' or 'variable constant' and it would've meant the same to me. Yes, I've literally seen somebody use the term 'variable constant' and proceed to act as if it held legitimate meaning. For all I remember, it could've been from this particular forum.

I've got a headline for you today:

"Coinbase to Cut Around 20% of Workforce as Crypto Winter Lingers"

There is no explanation as to what "Crypto Winter" is or what it has to do with Coinbase's decisions. I keep expecting Climate Scientists to be called in to explain.

Well, Climate Scientists are the Experts, after all! ... and experts are ALWAYS right, so long as they are ACTUAL experts...

As for me, I will not be a silly science denier nor a far right wing conspiracy theorist. I will follow the science. I trust the science. blah blah blah yawn.
11-01-2023 17:57
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:hahahahahahahahaha now THAT is comedic relief if I ever did see it. hahahahahahahaha

TOO funny......

That makes me think of the libtard twits who get all excited about "lower gas prices" as of lately, even though gas prices still remain higher than they ever were under the Trump era. People get brainwashed into getting excited about (using pricing in my locality of Wisconsin) $4/gal "summer price" coming down to $3/gal "winter price" while completely forgetting that they were only paying $2/gal "summer price" under the Trump era.

And it's only going to get worse as the war against feasible fuels continues to ramp up...

Feasible Fuels. I like that.

me too. I came up with the term just then.

I got to thinking about the situation a bit more, along with the fact that these evil governments are purposely crashing economies around the world in exchange for mammon and power/control, and I decided that while they do happen to be directing their attention towards a plethora of carbon based fuels (what they call "fossil fuels"), they aren't truly attacking them because they are carbon based, but rather because they can feasibly power these nations' economies.

While these evil governments openly claim that the carbon is what is "evil", in truth it is the FEASIBILITY of such fuels that is "evil".

So how do you brainwash people into giving up usage of feasible/reliable fuels in exchange for usage of unfeasible/unreliable fuels? You make up some fancy sounding buzzword soup to confuse/worry people, while feigning having intelligence, and then have "experts" tell the confused/worried people that they are all going to die if they don't freely choose to harm themselves.
Then, if too few people freely choose to harm themselves, government will step in and coerce them into harming themselves... Lastly, if too few people are coercible, government will further step in and forcefully harm them.
11-01-2023 19:04
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gfm7175 wrote:So how do you brainwash people into giving up usage of feasible/reliable fuels in exchange for usage of unfeasible/unreliable fuels?

I have the correct answer for you.

You tell the gullible public, who won't ever independently research/verify anything, that feasible fuels are running out, that fear and panic are in order, and that (the Marxist) we must convert to infeasible fuels immediately.

Therefore, in this particular case, I'm going to ask you to Google something (which is totally appropriate in this case). Google "How long will fossil fuels last?"

There you go. You have your answer. I'm betting that it is already keepit's answer.
11-01-2023 19:14
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In keeping an eye on Solana, it would appear that its artificially high price has just started to collapse, or at a minimum, needs another shot in the liquidity pool.

20 hours ago (1500, 10 JAN 2023 Wisconsin time), Solana reached $16.65, but has steadily dropped to its current price of $15.43
12-01-2023 16:45
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:So how do you brainwash people into giving up usage of feasible/reliable fuels in exchange for usage of unfeasible/unreliable fuels?

I have the correct answer for you.

You tell the gullible public, who won't ever independently research/verify anything, that feasible fuels are running out, that fear and panic are in order, and that (the Marxist) we must convert to infeasible fuels immediately.

Therefore, in this particular case, I'm going to ask you to Google something (which is totally appropriate in this case). Google "How long will fossil fuels last?"

There you go. You have your answer. I'm betting that it is already keepit's answer.

I pulled up the #2 search result, boy am I a complete badass, and that result tells me that the "nonrenewable" "formed from plants/fossils millions of years ago" "fossil fuels", at current usage rates, will be depleted by roughly 2052 (oil) and 2060 (coal/natural gas) respectively.

That must be similar to what other sources say because it falls right into line with the Church of Green's "Net Zero 2050" goal (and to have "significant reductions" by 2030, now that goal is up to 80% in the case of Madison Gas and Electric).
12-01-2023 18:00
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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gfm7175 wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:So how do you brainwash people into giving up usage of feasible/reliable fuels in exchange for usage of unfeasible/unreliable fuels?

I have the correct answer for you.

You tell the gullible public, who won't ever independently research/verify anything, that feasible fuels are running out, that fear and panic are in order, and that (the Marxist) we must convert to infeasible fuels immediately.

Therefore, in this particular case, I'm going to ask you to Google something (which is totally appropriate in this case). Google "How long will fossil fuels last?"

There you go. You have your answer. I'm betting that it is already keepit's answer.

I pulled up the #2 search result, boy am I a complete badass, and that result tells me that the "nonrenewable" "formed from plants/fossils millions of years ago" "fossil fuels", at current usage rates, will be depleted by roughly 2052 (oil) and 2060 (coal/natural gas) respectively.

That must be similar to what other sources say because it falls right into line with the Church of Green's "Net Zero 2050" goal (and to have "significant reductions" by 2030, now that goal is up to 80% in the case of Madison Gas and Electric).

Your choice of references reflects poorly on your judgement; it has been revealed to be very charlatan.

You should always go with the gold standard of climate science: Stanford University, and California doctrine in general. Please study this scientific link and spread correct knowledge on the matter.

Our world economy is based on the capitalist system which assumes forever a positive Gross Domestic Product – GDP. At the same time 196 governments in December 2017 have signed onto the Paris agreement limiting global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees C by 2100 from the pre-industrial age. IPCC even go as far as stating that the world would benefit with a 1.5 degree C by 2100 giving us a sustainable and equitable development.


So to correctly answer the question scientifically, you have to go with the scientists.

LIMIT OF FOSSIL FUELS

In this article we want to point out categorically the fact that there is a LIMIT to the fossil fuels on earth that we are gobbling up. We are oblivious of the fact that there will be a time, measured in decades, when these fuels will run out. Because of global population rise, there is a growing demand for energy. This growth is endangering our future. What will we do when fossil fuels run out? What energy sources can we rely on after this happen?

...

Oil will end by 2052 – 30 years time

Gas will end by 2060 – 40 years time

Coal will last till 2090 – 70 years time


... and once you let this sink into your skull, read about How Long the Amazon Has To Live.

Enough with the politics. Enough with the science denial. The time to save the planet is now, before it's too late, although it might already be too late.


.
13-01-2023 21:40
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Damn, son... You done did find the 'holier than thou' link, the 'holy of holies' of climate science links, peer reviewed and supported by a consensus of 97% of all biogeochemoastroclimatologists.
14-01-2023 09:39
duncan61
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Buy Solana AU$‪1,279.49‬ $‪7,928.80‬ Open: 15.96 Close: 18.02
1/14/2023 5:36 AM Profit call
This trade worked for me on plus 500
14-01-2023 16:24
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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duncan61 wrote:
Buy Solana AU$‪1,279.49‬ $‪7,928.80‬ Open: 15.96 Close: 18.02
1/14/2023 5:36 AM Profit call
This trade worked for me on plus 500

Is this another one of your "after the fact" claims whereby you watch the numbers and claim that you bought in when it was low and sold when it was higher?

... or are we to assume that you are only letting us know because you finally made a profit, and that you have been losing your shirt every day that you haven't said anything?
14-01-2023 16:41
duncan61
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Is this another one of your "after the fact" claims whereby you watch the numbers and claim that you bought in when it was low and sold when it was higher?

That is exactly what happened. I bought a few days ago and when I checked today it had paid out. It went to 28 at some point so I could of set the margin much higher. That's gambling. my account balance is now AU$‪45,788.87‬ Available. I did alright on oil a few weeks ago
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