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1 hour ago, GreenDevil said:

I did, i went in the casino in Jan this year and bought a boat loat of litecoin. Was that a 50/50 chance?

Everthing in life is chance 

Its easy to comment with hindsight.

4 hours ago, UberMonkeySmallAndChunky said:

Red or black doubling your money in roulette is 48.65% chance on single zero table = bad bet.

Bitcoin doubling in price from the 2018 lows was bloody obvious = good bet.

Roulette can be profitable if you are prepared to sit for hrs. Red or black does require a small stake on zero as a backup. 

I have turned £200 into 7k in a week playing roulette. Timing and patience.

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Shoot me down, but a few members seems a bit obsessed with this thread.  There are a lot of threads on HOUSEpricecrash and other things to do in general than aggressively defend Bitcoin (e.g. see fami

They could certainly put various things in place to try and stop but I just don't seem them doing it. Obviously they could make dealing, trading, holding or using bitcoin punishable with 10 years

Bitcoin Cash can and will scale on chain. The technology advance within the next decade will allow it to happen with ease and always remain ahead of demand. What Core have done to Bitcoin is criminal

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3 hours ago, longgone said:

Everthing in life is chance 

Its easy to comment with hindsight.

Roulette can be profitable if you are prepared to sit for hrs. Red or black does require a small stake on zero as a backup. 

I have turned £200 into 7k in a week playing roulette. Timing and patience.

That’s £300 million in 4 weeks if you continue. Why are you spending time on hpc that could be spent playing roulette?

Unless you meant turning £200 into 7k xrp

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9 hours ago, longgone said:

Everthing in life is chance 

Its easy to comment with hindsight.

Roulette can be profitable if you are prepared to sit for hrs. Red or black does require a small stake on zero as a backup. 

I have turned £200 into 7k in a week playing roulette. Timing and patience.

I'm fairly sure you can't bet on zero.

My method, which has never failed yet, is to bet the minimum stake on red. If I win, I repeat, if I lose, I do it again, but double the stake. Repeat ad infinitum.

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5 hours ago, dannyf said:

That’s £300 million in 4 weeks if you continue. Why are you spending time on hpc that could be spent playing roulette?

Unless you meant turning £200 into 7k xrp

LOL greed will always prevail its part of human nature. such as not cashing in when you had the chance. ?

There are visitors in these casino`s that play everyday to them it is a job, they win a small amount for the day say 500-1k and then leave repeat the same next day, only bring a set amount of cash and no cards and have self control.  i often overheard them saying things like today and yesterday paid for the holiday i just booked or a new car for the mrs on a particularly good week or month. 

it is mentally draining though and roulette is a game of chance, but the constant is when the spinner keep exerting the same amount of force on the wheel and it keeps hitting the same area, i always played from the remote table with a camera on the table that way the spinner does not know he just made some one £360 in one spin so is none the wiser about exerting more force when spinning the wheel to take away the neighbors coming up.  i watched someone win 20k on 5 spins playing like this  all on number 11?

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5 minutes ago, tomandlu said:

I'm fairly sure you can't bet on zero.

My method, which has never failed yet, is to bet the minimum stake on red. If I win, I repeat, if I lose, I do it again, but double the stake. Repeat ad infinitum.

you can bet on zero no problem.  red or black requires big stakes to make any decent amount of money.  i only did it after a good run on numbers already £500 on red or black is worth it. 

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20 hours ago, dragging boot straps said:

Marky, I like you....buttttt i can't let this stand. Only exchanges can freeze their ious. No one has privilege on the xrp ledger. It's completely decentralised. XRP can never be frozen. 

Second point... what is this inflated away to nothing business? There is a fixed supply which burns every transaction. There will never be anymore. 

I admit I don’t much follow the XRP news but I thought they had 100’s of millions of XRP not on the market to release when they wanted? 

Snyway that’s my Tesla fund to cash out around $20 and XRP, or to zero as usual. No risk no reward. 

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So some good news today, had a day of checking crypto accounts and logged into my Binance account to expecting to see my BSV gone and my BCH just lonely. But my BSV was there still along the same amount of BCH.  So I moved the BCH to my Ledger Nano S and saw that I couldn't trade the BSV in Binance anymore but I could still withdraw it.

So ok I thought i will send it to my Bitfinex account and trade it for BTC and be done with it. Started this at 9.30 this morning.

Now we are at 36 confirmations but Bitfinex want 110 confirmations before you can trade / sell it. Will take 3 days at this rate.

And now this afternoon the BSV price takes a drop. Grrrr. Sometimes the transacting in Crypto is frustrating, especially Altcoins. 

Bitcoin or Ether or Litecoin on Kraken is a joy to deal with but other exchanges are a pain in the ass.

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9 hours ago, tomandlu said:

I'm fairly sure you can't bet on zero.

My method, which has never failed yet, is to bet the minimum stake on red. If I win, I repeat, if I lose, I do it again, but double the stake. Repeat ad infinitum.

The classic Martingale. Works until you hit the table limit. You need deep pockets and strong nerves to handle the variability when playing for high stakes.

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3 hours ago, zugzwang said:

The classic Martingale. Works until you hit the table limit. You need deep pockets and strong nerves to handle the variability when playing for high stakes.

Perfect for Bitcoin holders buying the dip then! Lol

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35 minutes ago, longgone said:

Fomo kicked in then with a recent gain. 

Shame it cant go to a few hundred i might have a punt.

What? From todays open BTC rose $350+ before selling off, or do you mean a few hundred thousand? Unlikely even for Bitcoin in 1 day.

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not in the mania stage yet. 

wonder what the next higher low will be? £10k, probably. 

anyones guess what the new peak will be. 

and stil just under a year away from the halving to top it all off. 

bitcoin is rare, and getting rarer. while demand although not infinite is still expanding exponentially. 

gold also doing well, and central bankers all itching to fire up the printing machines at any sign of downturn in the economy. methinks September we still see the downturn first hitting industry (large exporter I know of are expecting lower orders then). 

Not to mention all the ‘free money’ schemes fished out, insane car deals, free money for anyone who had an overdraft/credit card/mortgage no deposit mortgages etc etc etc

fiat is in for a beating. it’s early days for Bitcoin in 2019/2020.

those who might be tempted to FOMO into bitcoin will want to set up accounts on exchanges early before they get overwhelmed by demand again. 

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1 hour ago, markyh said:

What? From todays open BTC rose $350+ before selling off, or do you mean a few hundred thousand? Unlikely even for Bitcoin in 1 day.

No from 2.5k ish 

Not enough gain for the risk for me 

All this fiat devaluation it may even get me to work again if it goes to zero i would have a reason then LOL. hodl fiat maybe the biggest risk of all depends what its earmarked for i guess i must have big cahoonas :rolleyes: 

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On 12/05/2019 at 11:55, narco said:

A quick glance at a monthly chart is clear it never even reached oversold levels. This bounce is nothing but a short squeeze in a downtrend. 

The low is written on the charts at $1,200.

 

Periodic update. Posted at roughly $7400. Currently around $10180 (+37.6%).

This is quite some short squeeze. Sticking with this prediction?

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