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Poll: Bitcoin Reaches $10,000 or $100 first?

Does Bitcoin Move To $10,000 or $100 Next?


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goldielox1

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Sad thing is, he probably didn't even realize bitcoin markets never close. People are so used to the rigged fiat based scam markets where the "speshul" people get to trade before and after the peasants that they wouldn't recognize a free market when it's staring them in the face.
Silly rabbit. COMEX trades like 24 hours a day and has a daily close price.
 

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$11829.30 $11833.20 $11849.70
It keeps changing before I can get the words typed. lol


@goldielox1 , in your expert opinion,which will happen first from here? Will it reach $12k or before then fall back to only $10k?
 
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Silly rabbit. COMEX trades like 24 hours a day and has a daily close price.
Is this intended to be an actual response? lol Who gives a shit about the crimex?

I'm talking about the NYSE and Nasdaq bud. Markets where the elite get to trade "pre-market" and "after hours" ...which of course means those speshul people get to act on the days news before the little people.
 

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I stole this quote from another thread. Thought it'd be more appropriate to post it here.

Right, so silver is now flat for the entire year...even while the US dollar index has dropped by 10%. Yeah, there's nothing to see there.
I just did a lil' arithmetic.
Had a person bought 12 oz of Ag on Jan 1st, it would today be worth 191.52
Had that same $191.52 been spent on btc on Jan 1st it would now be worth $2548.87 or 159 oz Ag

Simply put, each $15.96 spent on btc on Jan 1st of this year would today be worth $212.41
 

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Simply put, each $15.96 spent on btc on Jan 1st of this year would today be worth $212.41
$212.41 which could of course then be exchanged for 13 ounces of silver.
 

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Yep. There is a long history of of all manner of things being used as currency. Everything from sea shells to sticks of wood or anything else people have assigned value to at one time or another in order to aid in commerce.
....and I learned that when I was 8 years old.


It's just sour grapes. What else could it be?
Edited to add: I bet they'd be way happier about it if btc was issued by the fed and worked just like the dollar. Then they'd use it without question. lol

List of Companies Who Accepts Bitcoins as Payment!
Many companies are accepting bitcoins, many are not. Here is a list of the biggest (and smaller) names who accepts bitcoins as a currency.
WordPress.com – An online company that allows user to create free blogs
Overstock.com – A company that sells big ticket items at lower prices due to overstocking
Subway – Eat fresh
Microsoft – Users can buy content with Bitcoin on Xbox and Windows store
Reddit – You can buy premium features there with bitcoins
Virgin Galactic – Richard Branson company that includes Virgin Mobile and Virgin Airline
OkCupid – Online dating site
Namecheap – Domain name registrar
CheapAir.com – Travel booking site for airline tickets, car rentals, hotels
Expedia.com – Online travel booking agency
Gyft – Buy giftcards using Bitcoin
Newegg.com – Online electronics retailer now uses bitpay to accept bitcoin as payment
Wikipedia – The Free Encyclopedia with 4 570 000+ article
Steam – Desktop gaming platform
Alza – Largest Czech online retailer
The Internet Archive – web documatation company
Bitcoin.Travel – a travel site that provides accommodation, apartments, attractions, bars, and beauty salons around the world
Pembury Tavern – A pub in London, England
Old Fitzroy – A pub in Sydney, Australia
The Pink Cow – A diner in Tokyo, Japan
The Pirate Bay – BitTorrent directories
Zynga – Mobile gaming
4Chan.org – For premium services
EZTV – Torrents TV shows provider
Mega.co.nz – The new venture started by the former owner of MegaUpload Kim Dotcom
Lumfile – Free cloud base file server – pay for premium services
Etsy Vendors – 93 of them
PizzaForCoins.com – Domino’s Pizza signed up – pay for their pizza with bitcons
Whole Foods – Organic food store (by purchasing gift card from Gyft)
Bitcoincoffee.com – Buy your favorite coffee online
Grass Hill Alpacas – A local farm in Haydenville, MA
Jeffersons Store – A street wear clothing store in Bergenfield, N.J
Helen’s Pizza – Jersey City, N.J., you can get a slice of pizza for 0.00339 bitcoin by pointing your phone at a sign next to the cash register
A Class Limousine – Pick you up and drop you off at Newark (N.J.) Airport
Seoclerks.com – Get SEO work done on your site cheap
Mint.com – Mint pulls all your financial accounts into one place. Set a budget, track your goals and do more
Fancy.com – Discover amazing stuff, collect the things you love, buy it all in one place (Source: Fancy)
Bloomberg.com – Online newspaper
Humblebundle.com – Indie game site
BigFishGames.com – Games for PC, Mac and Smartphones (iPhone, Android, Windows)
Suntimes.com – Chicago based online newspaper
San Jose Earthquakes – San Jose California Professional Soccer Team (MLS)
Crowdtilt.com – The fastest and easiest way to pool funds with family and friends (Source: crowdtilt)
Lumfile – Server company that offers free cloud-based servers
Museum of the Coastal Bend – 2200 East Red River Street, Victoria, Texas 77901, USA
Gap, GameStop and JC Penney – have to use eGifter.com
Etsy Vendors – Original art and Jewelry creations
Fight for the Future – Leading organization finding for Internet freedom
i-Pmart (ipmart.com.my) – A Malaysian online mobile phone and electronic parts retailer
curryupnow.com – A total of 12 restaurants on the list of restaurants accept bitcoins in San Francisco Bay Area
Dish Network – An American direct-broadcast satellite service provider
The Libertarian Party – United States political party
Yacht-base.com – Croatian yacht charter company
Euro Pacific – A major precious metal dealer
CEX – The trade-in chain has a shop in Glasgow, Scotland that accepts bitcoin
Straub Auto Repairs – 477 Warburton Ave, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706 – (914) 478-1177
PSP Mollie – Dutch Payment Service
Intuit – an American software company that develops financial and tax preparation software and related services for small businesses, accountants and individuals.
ShopJoy – An Australian online retailer that sells novelty and unique gifts
Lv.net – Las Vegas high speed internet services
ExpressVPN.com – High speed, ultra secure VPN network
Grooveshark – Online music streaming service based in the United States
Braintree – Well known payments processor
MIT Coop Store – Massachusetts Institute of Technology student bookstore
SimplePay – Nigeria’s most popular web and mobile-based wallet service
SFU bookstore – Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada
State Republican Party – First State Republican Party to accept bitcoin donations (http://www.lagop.com/bitcoin-donate)
mspinc.com – Respiratory medical equipment supplies store
Shopify.com – An online store that allows anyone to sell their products
Famsa – Mexico’s biggest retailer Naughty America – Adult entertainment provider
Mexico’s Universidad de las Américas Puebla – A major university in Mexico
LOT Polish Airlines – A worldwide airline based in Poland
MovieTickets.com – Online movie ticket exchange/retailer
Dream Lover – Online relationship service
Lionsgate Films – The production studio behind titles such as The Hunger Games and The Day After Tomorrow
Rakutan – A Japanese e-commerce giant
Badoo – Online dating network
RE/MAX London – UK-based franchisee of the global real estate network
T-Mobile Poland – T-Mobile’s Poland-based mobile phone top-up company
Stripe – San Francisco-based payments company
WebJet – Online travel agency
Green Man Gaming – Popular digital game reseller
Save the Children – Global charity organization
NCR Silver – Point of sales systems
One Shot Hotels – Spanish hotel chain
Coupa Café in Palo Alto
PureVPN – VPN provider
That’s my face – create action figures
Foodler – North American restaurant delivery company
Amagi Metals – Precious metal furnisher

Note: More who accepts bitcoins companies, stores, merchants will be added as they’re announced! With many companies accepting the change and others getting ready to, bitcoins are an extremely fast-spreading currency. Small businesses aren’t missing out on the action; many small shops have made the switch as well. QR codes are the biggest help in real-world bitcoin transfers. Using a smartphone and a Bitcoin wallet app, a user scans a label and presses a small buttoned aptly named “spend.” The list above is a current list of who accepts bitcoins. We’ll keep adding to this list as more companies get on board! Transferring digital funds is becoming easier with the day by the use of growing technology. Smartphones and tablets make a cold, online transfer of money a more personal one. Many retail stores carry gift cards that can be bought with paper money. You plug a code into an online wallet, and the funds will be transferred to you. Related: How to Accept Bitcoin Donations on Your Blog / Site Though not all companies have made the switch, most have taken notice of the quick trend. The New York Times, a newspaper company, is currently looking for third party affiliates to help host the bitcoin currency. This is just a small example, there is no doubt many more companies are making the switch. Even newly legal pot shops in Washington are beginning to back the bitcoin as a viable currency. Some companies have lingering doubt, due to the infancy of the market. Only introduced 5 years ago, Bitcoin is still growing. Without a government backing the cash, the value fluctuates rapidly. Though some companies have taken the risk, some still doubt the currency.

Read more: Who Accepts Bitcoins As Payment? List of Companies | 99Bitcoins
https://99bitcoins.com/who-accepts-bitcoins-payment-companies-stores-take-bitcoins/#
 

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$212.41 which could of course then be exchanged for 13 ounces of silver.
Had anyone had said that would be the case back in Jan, would you have actually thought it possible?
...and with the new year coming, any guesses as to where it will be at next December?
 

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Had anyone had said that would be the case back in Jan, would you have actually thought it possible?
...and with the new year coming, any guesses as to where it will be at next December?
Certainly. Bitcoin was still under $1k in January, but not by much. It spent most of 2015 in a consolidation phase and you could see the volatility starting to ramp up heading into the 4th quarter of 2015. It's been on a largely uninterrupted tear ever since.

I believe Clif High was predicting 14k by January of 2018 many months ago. Of course most people dismissed it as moonbat stuff, but it looks like he could be spot on.

Just a WAG on my part, but I think bitcoin will cool off a bit next year and will finish the year with relatively modest gains. I'll take 17k by this time next year. I think we'll see a healthy correction and an abbreviated consolidation phase before heading much higher. Again, just a wild guess.
 

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Now if silver could finally catch up to 'ol Clif's predictions we'd all be sittin' pretty.
The price of silver isn't dictated by any free market price discovery mechanism I'm familiar with.
 

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I think the point is that most of cliff highs stuff is moonbat stuff. Did he get this one right? Close enough for me to say yes.

Remember that story where someone bought a pizza with bitcoin.. Not sure if it was true but if it was I wonder how much that pizza is worth now? Or rather how much the bitcoin that purchased the pizza is worth now. The pizza is worth shit now, well it is shit or was shit, its probably recycled water someone is drinking now. but that's not the point LOL.


So a question for those that are holding.. At what price do you sell or do you just enjoy the ride up or down?
 

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I'm waiting for a healthy correction to pick up a little more. The big question is whether it will happen anytime soon, lmao.
 

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All it will take for a bitcoin correction to occur is for me decide to buy one.

You guys should be thanking me for staying out.
 

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o.k. $98k for me. But what if it goes to a million or 10 million.
Then you'll feel like you shouldn't have sold?
Instead of an "all in" or "all out" approach, why not just take out what you originally put in to it, plus a lil' extra to get daddy some new shoes and just let the house money ride? See where this thing goes. If it did end up at $1m, it'd be nice to still have at least some btc, wouldn't it?


I'm waiting for a healthy correction to pick up a little more. The big question is whether it will happen anytime soon, lmao.
I think it's correcting right now. Correcting to the up side that is. lol
 

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I think the point is that most of cliff highs stuff is moonbat stuff. Did he get this one right? Close enough for me to say yes.

Remember that story where someone bought a pizza with bitcoin.. Not sure if it was true but if it was I wonder how much that pizza is worth now? Or rather how much the bitcoin that purchased the pizza is worth now. The pizza is worth shit now, well it is shit or was shit, its probably recycled water someone is drinking now. but that's not the point LOL.


So a question for those that are holding.. At what price do you sell or do you just enjoy the ride up or down?
It was around 7,000 bitcoins at the time. The guy would be a fucking billionaire now.
 

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I own a few I got for trading purposes to buy miners, which I was flipping.

I wouldn’t mind getting more, given it seems to go up $2000 a week lately, but like he says above... I’d buy a couple and it would dump down to $8,000 n the morning.

I really wish gold would just hit $1,700 or so, why the hell must it be so undervalued, ‘it’s getting it’s as kicked by something that doesn’t truly “exist”.