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Peter Hun

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  1. 12 minutes ago, warpig said:

    I'll try and find it, thanks! To me - it looks like it's still intact... but I'm still learning. This is the latest chart... and interestingly after yesterday, the price has jumped back into the ascending triangle and the 50dma has flattened and pushed out the potential deathcross by 1 day, which is a positive development. The deathcross preceeds the point of the ascending triangle by only 2 days now (based on expected inception (green circle)). Maybe Saylor will save the day after all!



  2. 2 hours ago, Freki said:

    Meh Ireland is a massive pain in the butt for EU countries. Should they leave, all the tax evasion happening through them will be gone. They are behaving like stowaways, and are not cooperative (the NL are close seconds). So people can moan, it won't happen

    Ireland won't be leaving the EU and any implication by desperate Brexiteers  that it may happen  is just that - desperation. 

  3. https://www.coindesk.com/el-salvador-residents-are-split-on-bitcoin-adoption-bill

    Isaac is also concerned about the crypto community’s enthusiasm surrounding Bukele and El Salvador. For instance, some crypto influencers and firms have been tweeting about moving to El Salvador, tagging luxurious villas and beaches, along with Bukele himself

    “My objections to this is, why do all these crypto enthusiasts have so much hype for this guy? Aren’t crypto people against Big Government, big regulations, taxation? It seems that they don’t have a problem with a wannabe tyrant as long as he supports crypto,” Isaac said



  4. 12 hours ago, kzb said:

    The courts are independent and people take the government to court constantly.

    Indeed but they tried their best to prevent in the grove/cumming thrift of public funds case


    Question are the thieves who gave our money away going to face jail time for this and the many far bigger crimes?

    we will see.





  5. 10 hours ago, kzb said:

    No but that wasn't the argument. You were saying the corruption was special to the UK and if we were in the EU, it wouldn't have happened.

    It's not as if we can take our government to court or stop them robbing tax payers because they now control the courts.

    I don't know what other countries do and find it remarkable that you find theft on that scale ok because you think everyone is at it.


  6. 8 hours ago, kzb said:

    You do know that most of the budgets were never actually spent?

    Yes it was still bad, but nowhere near as expensive as some assume.

    I expect there was corruption and price gouging all over the world, including in EU countries.

    So giving 500millon to two men in  zero income compamy and no relevant experience with no competitive tending is perfectly OK because, maybe, just maybe some other government did it?

  7. 2 hours ago, kzb said:

    A belief system has developed under our noses that "Britain" is intrinsically evil and the only thing standing between the poor people and "Britain" is the shining knight of the EU.  How this belief came about God only knows. 

    Given that the government has stolen hundreds of billions to give to their mates since leaving the EU I'd say its a very accurate belief.

  8. 11 hours ago, markyh said:

    As usual, @Peter Hunknowledge of anything is 1000 miles wide but only 1 inch deep, bit like EV's.  Because he is a cleaner for a company related to crypto he thinks he knows everything, but yet holds hardly any crypto, so obviously doesn't really "get it".  

    For the true picture Bitcoin and "El Salvador" you need to listen to people who "run" Crypto companies and are involved in directly in "El Salvador", not someone on HPC who is a crypto "Shrimp" owns a handful of ETH. 


    More bull sheet. Its an app that may or may  not use the lighning network.. you have to hand over your BTC to Strike.

  9. 7 hours ago, zugzwang said:


    No-one needs to follow suit. This guy is f***ing halfwit!

    ...a country adopting a cryptocurrency as legal tender would give considerable control "to a network that isn't stable, doesn't have accountable actors and doesn't have track record of providing the kind of price stability and liquidity that a currency is supposed to provide".



    They don't have a currency so use the US dollar. Nobody will actually use BTC for anything, its transmit fee is almost a days wage. This is a publicity stunt to stick it to the USA.

  10. 1 hour ago, warpig said:

    It will find its path within the next 10 days. If the deathcross materialises before it breaks higher based on the projected timeline in my chart, which looks more likely at the moment - the counter trend rally should be quite impressive. I think you could toss a coin at the moment, but if we ever needed Saylor to step in and buy BTC... it's now.

    With the previso that Chartists are viewed as snake oil salesmen talking their finest bolloxs. 



    This is Money: A third of Britons would consider cryptocurrency like bitcoin if it was regulated.


    Marcus Hughes, Coinbase's managing director for Europe, said of the findings: 'It is essential for us to understand why some consumers remain reticent to engage with crypto so that we can help to demystify the space and build their trust.

    'It is unsurprising that a perceived lack of regulation around cryptocurrencies unsettles some people.'

    Currently, only four cryptocurrency exchanges are fully registered with the FCA.


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