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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangers View Post
    Im impressed with the BTC strength. Bulls seem to have won the battle if 60k for now.

    Meanwhile ETH looks like a coiled spring!
    Yeah I've piled into ETH, well another 2k lol

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    Coinbase down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    Coinbase down

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    About time, I am still short the half position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    About time, I am still short the half position.
    Well before you get your hopes up, it's only Coinbase Pro that's down ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    About time, I am still short the half position.
    Back up quick !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJL25 View Post
    Just bought some SaveYourAssets (SYA) for a long hold.
    Seems interesting.

    https://www.sya.today/

    https://bscscan.com/token/0x83A86adf...08052e0a2aAD0e

    I have just started investing in cryptos so do your own research.
    This one seems to be going well now.
    Still for a long hold, but the progress has been great so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    If banks wanted to have crypto exposure there are thousands of ways to do that already now.

    What banks are very interested is to get the client business from the exchanges, so they will fight for ways they can safekeep crypto for clients as that is a nice business with very high fees/margins.
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  9. #4559
    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    Why is that FUD? It seems to be about allowing banks to offer custodial services which, frankly, is a massive hurdle for the man on the Clapham omnibus* right now.

    * obviously a terrible phrase to use when taking about the US market but you get my drift

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    Quote Originally Posted by tertius View Post
    ...man on the Clapham omnibus*

    * obviously a terrible phrase to use when taking about the US market but you get my drift
    ...your ordinary John Doe, perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petethegeek View Post
    ...your ordinary John Doe, perhaps?
    Jane
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    He distinctly said, "the man on the Clapham omnibus" - and don't call me Jane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petethegeek View Post
    He distinctly said, "the man on the Clapham omnibus" - and don't call me Jane.
    He should have said "The person on the Clapham public transport vehicle".
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    Quote Originally Posted by tertius View Post
    Why is that FUD?
    Tongue firmly in cheek ;-)

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    Someone who lies about the little things will lie about the big things too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Yep, blimey 59k

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    Closed the rest of my short from $68k.
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    I’ve been in and out of Telcoin since a couple of people we deal with made silly money on it (think they had something like a 10,000% gain). Bought some more recently giving me a good average low price and just waiting for it to go to the moon which I’m assured it will very soon.

    Someone in a private whale group on Twitter told me so it must be fact

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    Got a very long way to go but if anyone’s going to take on the mighty Bitcoin , it may as well be the underdog come on shib lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceblue View Post
    Got a very long way to go but if anyone’s going to take on the mighty Bitcoin , it may as well be the underdog come on shib lol
    Madness doesn't begin to describe it.

    Who is buying this POS and why?

    If you put $1,000 into Shiba in March, it is worth $1,5 mio today. No words.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Madness doesn't begin to describe it.

    Who is buying this POS and why?

    If you put $1,000 into Shiba in March, it is worth $1,5 mio today. No words.


    It’s either going all the way or it’s about to dip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceblue View Post
    It’s either going all the way or it’s about to dip
    LOLZ.

    It has absolutely no value at all, so it can only go up. Strong buy.
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    And just like that crypto.com not working ggggrrrrrrrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post

    It has absolutely no value at all, so it can only go up. Strong buy.

    Ryoshi has built an entire ecosystem on top of Shiba. It has a lot more to offer than many of the other mainstream alts. Hence why it’s been gaining a lot of traction lately.

    It certainly does not have zero value.

    https://shibaswap.com/

    Their white paper lays it all out in detail. Shiba makes doge look entirely hollow, which it still is.

    https://github.com/shytoshikusama/wo..._WOOF_WOOF.pdf
    Last edited by mr noble; 27th October 2021 at 21:41.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr noble View Post
    Ryoshi has built an entire ecosystem on top of Shiba. It has a lot more to offer than many of the other mainstream alts. Hence why it’s been gaining a lot of traction lately.

    It certainly does not have zero value.

    https://shibaswap.com/

    Their white paper lays it all out in detail. Shiba makes doge look entirely hollow, which it still is.

    https://github.com/shytoshikusama/wo..._WOOF_WOOF.pdf
    What a pile of dogshite.

    Shibaswap is an exchange which has been built with the sole purpose to increase the value of the Shiba coin and its poo derivatives LEASH and BONE. Outside of that, it is a zero.
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    It seems to be working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr noble View Post
    It seems to be working.
    Still has zero value, zero utility. Nice play.

    https://twitter.com/MorningBrew/stat...45533754855433





    Ooops. Bought too early, definitely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post

    If you put $1,000 into Shiba in March, it is worth $1,5 mio today. No words.
    Here’s a few words: missed opportunity

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    Here’s a few words: missed opportunity
    Hindsight is the best asset manager. Completely irrelevant.

    How do you make money tomorrow, that is the only question that is worth asking.

    You want to trade Shiba? Go ahead. Tell me how it went.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Hindsight is the best asset manager. Completely irrelevant.

    How do you make money tomorrow, that is the only question that is worth asking.

    You want to trade Shiba? Go ahead. Tell me how it went.
    I bought £100 worth in March and I’m not moaning....bought on a whim and just for fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franky Four Fingers View Post
    I bought £100 worth in March and I’m not moaning....bought on a whim and just for fun.
    Fair play and congratulations if you are still holding.

    My point is that most people talking about crypto invest insignificant amounts and even if they end up picking the right coin, end up taking profit long before it turns into anything of significance. This thread is full of people saying that they once upon a time owned a few bitcoins but none of those still have them.

    What's the point of buying 100 quid worth if you are selling when it hits 150? Just for the bragging rights?

    If you have conviction, put the money to work. If you are just playing with pocket money, stfu.
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    Bit harsh to tell people to stfu just because they are small player in the game.

    Nothing wrong with dipping a toe in the crypto water while asking more about it to become better informed. Putting a large chunk of your savings in blind to put it to work would seem very reckless.

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    Cannot hear the bs anymore from people telling me 'have fun staying poor' because they put 100 quid into some coin or other.

    As I said fair game if you really leave it there like FFF, but most are just buying and selling and are displaying the exact opposite of the conviction they are talking about.

    I am trading with the intention of making a few thousand every day or week, couldn't care less if bitcoin goes to the moon or not in the trading portfolio. I am sometimes long and sometimes short and most of the time I have no position. But what I am convinced of is that crypto has zero intrinsic value, hence I am definitely not buying crypto in the long-term portfolio. If I thought that it was about to go to the moon, I had a 30% or higher allocation to it and wouldn't gamble with 100 quid.

    If this is indeed a life-changing opportunities, what are you waiting for? Those don't come around often, better jump when you see them.
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    Interesting re your stance about trading and not being long term. Why let others comments bother you though ? Doesn’t impact your own strat one bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post
    Interesting re your stance about trading and not being long term. Why let others comments bother you though ? Doesn’t impact your own strat one bit.
    No it doesn't influence me.

    Why do my comments bother you though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Hindsight is the best asset manager. Completely irrelevant.

    How do you make money tomorrow, that is the only question that is worth asking.

    You want to trade Shiba? Go ahead. Tell me how it went.
    A young lad I know, who I've mentioned before, is buying up chunks of nearly every new coin he can find

    Does a lot of research to ensure it's not an absolute con

    He's up 10x last time I was talking to him

    Personally I don't have the time, but there is an argument for throwing £1000 into everything, you only need one to go 'Shiba'

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    A young lad I know, who I've mentioned before, is buying up chunks of nearly every new coin he can find

    Does a lot of research to ensure it's not an absolute con

    He's up 10x last time I was talking to him

    Personally I don't have the time, but there is an argument for throwing £1000 into everything, you only need one to go 'Shiba'
    Yes that's the approach I mean. If you think it's life-changing, invest time and money and get a chance to reap it. Wishing him luck, I have respect for that.

    Just throwing a thousand at any new project without any research on the other side....
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  38. #4588
    Yes it's pure hit and hope, it's why we mine, to try and mine coins over a few years and hope one goes ballistic . It's also a technical exercise that engages the brain so it has some value to retired guys wanting something new to do, that's probably worth more than the coins themselves.

    Everything else is just gambling, it's not investing when you just drop 1k into things, it's no different to horse racing, those fanatics probably do more research than crypto kids.

    Good luck to them though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    No it doesn't influence me.

    Why do my comments bother you though?
    Was observing that others comments were bothering you - nothing more. Never said it influenced you. I only have a couple of thousand £ in crypto as a medium term thing. I don’t have the knowledge to do short and long position day trading. In fact it terrifies me.

    Impressed that people have the know how to make it work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Ooops. Bought too early, definitely.
    Maybe not too early? This thing is confusing me.

    Better stay away for a while, had some lucky trades and made some nice money recently but not trying to stretch my luck is probably a good idea.
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    Just seen this online. This person needs to liquidate instantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Just seen this online. This person needs to liquidate instantly.
    Consensus seems to be that this is the creator of Shiba. If he ever liquidated, it will destroy the price as the exchange algo assumes these coins are not in circulation (I am sure Mr. Noble can explain as he has read the whitepaper?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Consensus seems to be that this is the creator of Shiba. If he ever liquidated, it will destroy the price as the exchange algo assumes these coins are not in circulation (I am sure Mr. Noble can explain as he has read the whitepaper?).
    Raffe is correct - last August, that $8000 "purchase" of Shiba would have represented about 15-20% of all the Shiba in existence. So most likely it's one of the creators own holdings and represents some of the float which cannot really be cashed in. (Well, it could be cashed in, but it would instantly kill Shiba)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    Cannot hear the bs anymore from people telling me 'have fun staying poor' because they put 100 quid into some coin or other.

    As I said fair game if you really leave it there like FFF, but most are just buying and selling and are displaying the exact opposite of the conviction they are talking about.

    I am trading with the intention of making a few thousand every day or week, couldn't care less if bitcoin goes to the moon or not in the trading portfolio. I am sometimes long and sometimes short and most of the time I have no position. But what I am convinced of is that crypto has zero intrinsic value, hence I am definitely not buying crypto in the long-term portfolio. If I thought that it was about to go to the moon, I had a 30% or higher allocation to it and wouldn't gamble with 100 quid.

    If this is indeed a life-changing opportunities, what are you waiting for? Those don't come around often, better jump when you see them.
    Have fun staying poor

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    Bitcoin on the move again, in the right direction this time!

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    Yeh I’m not selling it Raffe, if it gets to the dizzy heights if 1p per shib I’ll bank 50% and leave the rest
    I’d never ever gamble anything I couldn’t afford to lose


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    Quote Originally Posted by Franky Four Fingers View Post
    Yeh I’m not selling it Raffe, if it gets to the dizzy heights if 1p per shib I’ll bank 50% and leave the rest
    I’d never ever gamble anything I couldn’t afford to lose


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    Someone who lies about the little things will lie about the big things too.

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    Right, I now own 3.5m shibas, when can I order my lambo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    Right, I now own 3.5m shibas, when can I order my lambo?

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    Congrats, 200 quid invested into the future of your family.
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