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    Waiting for the capitulation

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  1. I joined here in 2009, I have a life so am not a prolific poster but I can read. My opinion of other posters i have never met is irrelevant. This used to be a great forum with insightful, intelligent and mostly good humoured contributors. All I recently read on this thread is you and your sidekick attacking other posters, not just one, and derailing the thread. It's dull and tedious. Take it elsewhere.
  2. You really are a tiresome bully. Why don't you take your personal attacks off topic and leave this thread to the brexit debate?
  3. I'm convinced the middle man won't allow this to happen. Cryptos will always be associated with money laundering and the dark web.
  4. Waiting sounds like good advice. I signed up with Coinbase yesterday and verified today with £750 limit, very easy process. Now I can see why ETH is so popular as from Coinbase it's the only sensible way to buy alt coins. I am going to watch and dip my toe in when things have settled.
  5. Been following this thread with interest for a while now. Trying to see both the bear and bulls viewpoint. The bulls were very vocal on the way up and have now gone quiet. Are they topping up their portfolio with bargain priced coins? I'm thinking of jumping in but the silence here is deafening.
  6. This may have been answered already, but can someone give me their vision of a fully functioning global crypto currency in the future? Will it replace fiat? Some on here have made large gains and are true believers. At the moment the reality is you can only spend these gains by cashing out into fiat which defeats the point of cryptos. Will the dollar be replaced as the reserve currency for instance?
  7. I don't know the figures but I wonder if the number of new young drivers has nosedived. Cost of living must be all time high and running a car is expensive.
  8. Sounds like you have a lot of equity. It depends on your circumstances. If you are single and kids are a long way off and you can deal with prices falling further then maybe it's an option. The price is still insane though.
  9. Is that a UK regulation? 1st I've heard of it. Is that the trigger we need?
  10. The taxman gets most of it. 2% gets me an extra £48 per month which just about covers the rise in my train fare.
  11. 2% and 5% bonus. Lowest in 9 years but serves me right for criticising a partner in the confidential end of year reviews! Won't do that again!
  12. You must have missed the EU's treatment of Greece. It has gone way beyond its original remit and now resembles a totalitarian state run by Germany. Or have I been hoodwinked too?
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