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3 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

 

Why?

 

Not being funny. Why? 

 

I buy gold, rare single malt scotch and Rolexes..... That's my investment portfolio.

 

Why buy something that doesn't exist?

 

I'm not trolling, I'm just curious. I have a Bitcoin trading account to pay for my TRS subscription.

 

I would buy Bitcoin if I genuinely thought it might be useful in the future, don't even care about the investment angle, but it seems to me that it'll be shut down sooner or later, especially in this era of cyber repression.

 

 

 

 

why do you mean it is not existing? Just because it is not in the 3D world.
You write on a forum.....that is just virtual. The internet is virtual - this means not that is not existing.

It is not reality but it is real

 

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On 1/2/2021 at 12:14 AM, kninjahman said:

Personally I feel they will all crash one day - my gut tells me that the banks will use blockchain for their new digital currency but it will be THEIR digital currency - when this happens they will want to crash all the other ones somehow. 

 

It looks like they are allowing these technologies at the moment because they need the research to create their own one - but why would they allow things which take away their power and control? They will allow it for a time but then they'll be looking to take it out of the game.

 

Furthermore - they are not currently currencies, they are stocks.

 

Just my 2 cents for what it's worth. 

 

Peace.

 

EDIT - Plus500 has already banned crypto trading on their platform - I got an email from them a month or so ago.

 

Also - crypto's have been sold under false pretences, the masses seem to believe they are anonymous, when in fact they are the complete opposite of that - they leave a very exact trail that can't be modified or deleted, they are in fact the perfect tool for tracking and tracing.

yes you are right if your not savvy, you can buy from a private seller you can also tumble your coins and drop them into your private cold key wallet. if you use big exchanges like uphold binance  coinbase etc. then full records got to be smarter than the average bear boo boo.

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5 hours ago, spideysensei said:

I half expected BTC to make a new higher low after the breakout, and by the looks of it now it will. Plenty of shorts recked here i'm sure.

 

Classic fakeout from the pattern it'd been forming the past month and now price is back in said pattern, with a greater likelihood of breaking upwards. What does this mean? The bull market is probably still in play. Bearish indicators mean less in a bullmarket, and vice versa.  What we're seeing on the weekly chart is hidden bullish divergence from at least two indicators - the ones i use anyway, RSI and MACD. Now we just need to hold this support level, could take a few weeks, but this is a solid buying opportunity IMO. Technically, 100k BTC later this year is more than plausible. Fundamentally, who knows what could happen. 

 

everything is self correcting at the moment, it will / is still in a bull pattern and will go crazy in the coming months buy low sell high or buy never to sell that's the object they've spooked the market with stupid tweets from Musk and Trump. take a breathe I believe its going to rocket taking most of the market up in an upward swing.

Ethereum is being proper hampered at moment with crazy stupid gas prices, but they are releasing a series of major updates which I believe will reel in bitcoin and at some stage overtake it. so that's my tuppence worth. ADVICE DO NOT INVEST WHAT YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE I wish you all well.

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47 minutes ago, karmaxxxx said:

yes you are right if your not savvy, you can buy from a private seller you can also tumble your coins and drop them into your private cold key wallet. if you use big exchanges like uphold binance  coinbase etc. then full records got to be smarter than the average bear boo boo.

 

Is there a software wallet you recommend? Or do I have to buy a USB wallet? Which one is best.

 

I might just buy a few extra bit coins just in case it proves useful one day. Which it probably won't.

 

Problem with investing in Bitcoin is that you have to watch it all the time, like boiling an egg or looking after an over active toddler. Take your eye off it for a moment and crash......

 

 

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35 minutes ago, karmaxxxx said:

everything is self correcting at the moment, it will / is still in a bull pattern and will go crazy in the coming months buy low sell high or buy never to sell that's the object they've spooked the market with stupid tweets from Musk and Trump. take a breathe I believe its going to rocket taking most of the market up in an upward swing.

Ethereum is being proper hampered at moment with crazy stupid gas prices, but they are releasing a series of major updates which I believe will reel in bitcoin and at some stage overtake it. so that's my tuppence worth. ADVICE DO NOT INVEST WHAT YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE I wish you all well.

 

I know zero about bitcoin/crypto etc but sounds like you might do. I've been trying to spread my cash around and a mate of a mate! said put some into Ethereum, so I threw a bit at it. The mate of a mate said give it five years - I doubt the ptb have left any stone unturned, including crypto, but would like to hear someone more clued-up's take on what might happen.

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20 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

 

Is there a software wallet you recommend? Or do I have to buy a USB wallet? Which one is best.

 

I might just buy a few extra bit coins just in case it proves useful one day. Which it probably won't.

 

Problem with investing in Bitcoin is that you have to watch it all the time, like boiling an egg or looking after an over active toddler. Take your eye off it for a moment and crash......

 

 

use metamask for software wallet can be used on computer or phone. tip is buy low sell high if you can afford to sit on it even better my tip of the day would be AMP priced low going mainstream fast, ether is a good hedge it will in my estimation take off there's major updates coming this year which will bring the gas prices down. read all you can on coinmarketcap and medium.com. hope that helps no I am no expert but watch those that are 

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20 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

 

I know zero about bitcoin/crypto etc but sounds like you might do. I've been trying to spread my cash around and a mate of a mate! said put some into Ethereum, so I threw a bit at it. The mate of a mate said give it five years - I doubt the ptb have left any stone unturned, including crypto, but would like to hear someone more clued-up's take on what might happen.

in my opinion he is correct on ether, also try low investment like AMP,CELO OXT buy them whilst they are establishing sit on them forget them for good few years and you should in my estimation gain considerably. read coinmarketcap and medium get clued up first good luck for the future

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22 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

 

 

Problem with investing in Bitcoin is that you have to watch it all the time, like boiling an egg or looking after an over active toddler. Take your eye off it for a moment and crash......

 

 

Depends on your time frame. To date the bitcoin bull cycle happens every 4 years after the bitcoin halving event. You then get the accumulation phase (approx 18 months) the mania bull run, approx 18 months then the bear market crash for about a year. With each cycle there is diminishing returns. I think the next cycle will be the last one we will see nobodies living in their basements are making crazy money.

 

Then within each cycle phase you will get some extreme volatility. But you can just ignore the noise until the next phase commences.

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you can obviously take a lower risk by mining without the rigs and expenses that they involve forget mining bitcoin I know of one that is not yet gone main-net which is on course to do so end of this year. you can mine coins from your phone or computer and does not use your power, you will have to verify your email and phone number though.

Its an eco friendly system they say. if any one wants to take a look in box me I will send you a link and referral code. but please read everything make sure your happy with it. kind regards

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I would also like to point out to people thinking about entering the market. Regardless of all the blah blah blah, 99.9999% of cryptocurrency, serves absolutely no purpose, has no utility, most cases do not even exist and are merely concepts or early development stages so price movement for these coins isn't based on anything of substance, mechanical or mathematical it's simply speculation. Hell thats why you get folks making millions over coins with doggy faces on them FFS!

 

So yeah, my advice for what the hell it's worth - is do your own research before buying any of these coins......make sure you know whether you are making a real investment or if you are simply speculating at the crypto casino roulette wheel!

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On 6/10/2021 at 2:01 PM, bamboozooka said:

well i've just bought some pirate chain arrr. 🏴‍☠️

bought some bitcoin with my credit card on binance.

moved it to tradeogre which was a bitch as btc withdrawal fees are stupid high

then bought some pirate chain with the bitcoin.

a bit long winded but the only way i know.

then moved the arrr to the wallet on my pc

 

i'll probably buy some monero and wownero over the next few months

do you now what to by this days ?? i mean what is going up besides the libido of the neyboors i have around ??

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On 6/10/2021 at 5:59 PM, Moonlight said:

 

why do you mean it is not existing? Just because it is not in the 3D world.
You write on a forum.....that is just virtual. The internet is virtual - this means not that is not existing.

It is not reality but it is real

 

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Exactly.

Your 'cash' savings in your bank accounts are already digital unless you have everything under your mattress. 😜

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On 6/10/2021 at 10:36 PM, Truthspoon said:

 

Is there a software wallet you recommend? Or do I have to buy a USB wallet? Which one is best.

 

I might just buy a few extra bit coins just in case it proves useful one day. Which it probably won't.

 

I'd say this kind of approach will make you lose everything. One needs to study well, preferably starting with scams out there.

 

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Problem with investing in Bitcoin is that you have to watch it all the time, like boiling an egg or looking after an over active toddler. Take your eye off it for a moment and crash......

 

This is not true though if that's the appraoch you are taking then this will make you lose as well. Hence my point above.

 

On 6/11/2021 at 7:23 PM, karmaxxxx said:

use metamask for software wallet

 

Did you know who created metamask? Big G.

Why you avoid using G search engine and use metamask? It doesn't make sense. Convenient but avoid at all cost.

 

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6 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

I'd say this kind of approach will make you lose everything. One needs to study well, preferably starting with scams out there.

 

 

This is not true though if that's the appraoch you are taking then this will make you lose as well. Hence my point above.

 

Why is it not true that you have to watch Bitcoin all the time?

 

I mean, who are you? Are you holding Bitcoin? Did you sell before the market dropped and you lost 50 percent of value?

 

Please explain yourself.

 

It might seem tempting to buy Bitcoin right now since it seems to be at a 6 month low.....

 

Any thoughts or ideas?

 

Anything useful or constructive to contribute to this topic?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Just now, Truthspoon said:

 

Why is it not true that you have to watch Bitcoin all the time?

 

I mean, who are you? Are you holding Bitcoin? Did you sell before the market dropped and you lost 50 percent of value?

 

Please explain yourself.

 

If you are serious about buying, I suggest you find the answers yourself. It's for the best. I'm not against crypto btw. I see many good things have been developing by people who are against the centralisation, top down approach i.e. likes of us.

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2 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

If you are serious about buying, I suggest you find the answers yourself. It's for the best. I'm not against crypto btw. I see many good things have been developing by people who are against the centralisation, top down approach i.e. likes of us.

 

So nothing useful to contribute. 

 

Why post then?

 

 

 

 

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Studying has nothing to do with Bitcoin. Stop trying to mystify things.

 

It all depends on what the Chinese and the billionnaires do.

 

My thoughts on Bitcoin have always been negative. Always considered it is not a safe haven because I have seen it react poorly to market and political events.

 

Still, like I say, it is at a 6 month low now..... I guess if you're gonna buy it would look like a good time.

 

I've got a Bitcoin platform, it's hardly a big deal for me just to transfer some cash into Bitcoin.... 

 

Anyone out there actually holding? What do you think about the recent drop in value? Is there a long-term upswing. Some people say yes, others say no.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

Did you know who created metamask? Big G.

Why you avoid using G search engine and use metamask? It doesn't make sense. Convenient but avoid at all cost.

 

 

This kind of comment indicates that you know something or at least that you want to give the impression that you do.

 

 If you do, then don't be shy. 

 

This is what we're here for.

 

So did the government create Metamask?

 

How do you know this?

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Truthspoon said:

So did the government create Metamask?

 

If you consider Big G search engine as the government....but I don't.

Listen, if you are interested, wallet is an important subject. It's a chapter on its own.

You could have 8 million in a wallet and be emptied the next day if you don't know. Hence education is paramount.

 

You can either complain or be grateful. By this, you choose your destiny.

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16 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

If you consider Big G search engine as the government....but I don't.

Listen, if you are interested, wallet is an important subject. It's a chapter on its own.

You could have 8 million in a wallet and be emptied the next day if you don't know. Hence education is paramount.

 

You can either complain or be grateful. By this, you choose your destiny.

 

 

Great, basically you've said nothing because clearly you know nothing about the subject, just attention seeking.

 

Why bother? Go post on a topic you actually have an interest in instead of just trolling people. What's the point?

 

People who seek to mystify for the sake of it are either malicious or don't know what they're talking about but want people to think that they do.

 

It's one of the oldest tricks in the book.

 

Have a nice day.

 

 

 

 

 

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On 6/10/2021 at 8:59 PM, Moonlight said:

 

why do you mean it is not existing? Just because it is not in the 3D world.
You write on a forum.....that is just virtual. The internet is virtual - this means not that is not existing.

It is not reality but it is real

 

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That's a fair point I suppose.

 

But what if the power goes out........................................................................

 

In a way Bitcoin is perhaps the single asset the most dependent on maintaining the status quo and the least resistant to sudden change and a SHTF scenario. 

 

I want something I can hold in my hand and exchange with another human being. Not some Frankenstein abstraction that needs a whole complex computer infrastructure not to mention thousands of billionnaires and the Chinese to keep afloat.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Truthspoon said:

 

That's a fair point I suppose.

 

But what if the power goes out........................................................................

 

In a way Bitcoin is perhaps the single asset the most dependent on maintaining the status quo and the least resistant to sudden change and a SHTF scenario. 

 

I want something I can hold in my hand and exchange with another human being. Not some Frankenstein abstraction that needs a whole complex computer infrastructure not to mention thousands of billionnaires and the Chinese to keep afloat.

 

 

 

 

 

 well before I hold too much in Gold  - I would go in Real Estates I think
Investment portfolios should not contain more than 20% in Gold

 

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11 minutes ago, Moonlight said:

 well before I hold too much in Gold  - I would go in Real Estates I think
Investment portfolios should not contain more than 20% in Gold

 

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Where would you buy? If you want to go 50/50 in an investment opportunity in Southern France I'm in.  

 

Great property prices in the more remote villages, but nothing is really remote in this day and age.....

 

I won't say Northern France because I don't like the cold winters, or the people.

 

Anywhere from Lyon downwards and I'm in. Provence....BLISS! Heaven on Earth.

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

 

Where would you buy? If you want to go 50/50 in an investment opportunity in Southern France I'm in.  

 

Great property prices in the more remote villages, but nothing is really remote in this day and age.....

 

I won't say Northern France because I don't like the cold winters, or the people.

 

Anywhere from Lyon downwards and I'm in. Provence....BLISS! Heaven on Earth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

South France is great.....its very nice there and at least it is spiritual cause Maria Magdalena was there
the food is good the people are friendly 🌺 🌞

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6 minutes ago, Moonlight said:

 

 

South France is great.....its very nice there and at least it is spiritual cause Maria Magdalena was there
the food is good the people are friendly 🌺 🌞

 

Indeed. They also have pink flamingoes and wild bulls in the Camargue which is where the town of Saintes Marie de la Mer can be found, the famous village supposedly where Mary Magdalene ended up (though I don't believe it myself)

 

Sorry to be a bore, or a genius, but as usual I have an article about the subject:

 

https://www.truthspoon.com/p/unholy-blood-and-black-grail.html

 

 


I used to live in a town in France called Le Puy en Velay which was one of the towns which shared in the cult of the black Madonna and statues of the black virgin were seen at various locations throughout the town and where a precession takes place each August 15th which attracts thousands of ostensibly Christian pilgrims from around the world.

 
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Le Puy en Velay: Cult of La Vierge Noire.
 
This cult of the black Madonna is celebrated in various locations throughout the world from Germany, Malta, Spain to locations in the New World like Brazil and even Cuba, and there are said to be between 450 and 500 black Madonna statues in the world. However the cult seems to have a particular focus in France which has 180 of these black Madonnas and in particular to the south of France and a gipsy or ‘gitane’ town called Sainte Maries-de-la-Mer which was made reference to in the Holy Blood Holy Grail as the location of the arrival of Mary Magdelene from the Holy Land.

 
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The cult of the black Madonna even extends to Ukraine where she is known as The Queen of the Carpathans and we can observe from this that the cult extended even to the Translyvanian mountains, the home of Vlad the Impaler.

This supposed, Sangreal, or Holy royal blood thus has spread throughout the world. At least this is what the Freemasons Michael Baigent, Dan Brown, Tom Hanks and Ron Howard have conspired to want us to think it is. In reality it literally the very opposite. Admittedly it is the royal blood, it is the blood of genetically inherited madness: the bloodline of Cain. However it has nothing to do with Jesus, the 'Sara' summised by Baigent to be the daughter of Jesus and Mary was in fact an Egyptian servant of the three Maries: Mary Salome (mother of apostles John and James) Mary Jacobe and Mary Magdalen.

In fact there is even some doubt that Mary Magdalen was even one of the Maries to arrive at Sainte Marie de la Mer, local legend states that there were in fact only two Maries: Mary Jacobe and Mary Salome.

The third Mary: Mary Magdalen was apparently added to the story in the Legenda Aurea, written and compiled from a strange collection of haliographies from the Dominican order, by the archbishop of Genoa: Jacobus de Voragine in the 13th Century.

We should be aware that Genoa was founded by the Phoenicians and that the city's great riches and wealth were a result of the legacy of the city as an ancient Canaanite trading post and that the banking fortune of that city are no doubt a result of the dissemination of the Babylonian banking system throughout the key ports of Italy as a result of Phoenician resurgence after the fall of Rome.


It seems interesting that a representative of the Genoese Canaanite elite became the 'authority' of matters of the early history of Jesus Christ and the apostles. For me this fact is as representative as any of the mechanism of the Canaanite corruption of the church, the falsification and rewriting of Apostolic history in order to serve the promulgation not of true Christianity, but of the Canaanite religion which has hijacked Christianity.

Among other 'interesting' augmentations to the early history of Christianity we find the tale of Saint Silvester who received a vision of Saint Peter which apparently gave him the miraculous power to exoricse demons from a dragon, resident in a pit in Rome. Subsequently to this demonic exorcism the dragon was baptised and apparenty became a happy Christian.



 
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Saint Silvester and the friendly Christian dragon.

The Legende Aurea, or Golden Legend was so popular that it was printed in more editions than the Bible and one can well imagine, was more widely read and accessible than the Bible itself especially since there were so many papal decrees against translating and even owning a copy of the official Latin Bible.
Source: Bridging the Gap Lectio Divina, Religious Education, and the Have-not's by Father John Belmonte, S.J.
ITEM #2   COUNCIL OF TOULOUSE - 1229 A.D. 
Canon 14. We prohibit also that the laity should be permitted to have the books of the Old or New Testament; unless anyone from motive of devotion should wish to have the Psalter or the Breviary for divine offices or the hours of the blessed Virgin; but we most strictly forbid their having any translation of these books.  http://www.aloha.net/~mikesch/banned.htm 
The Golden Legende was even translated and printed in English by William Caxton in 1483, half a century before the actual first printing of William Tyndal's English Bible translation, for which he was strangled and burned at the stake in 1536, by agents of the Roman church at the prison of Vilvoorden near Brussels.

Contrary to the writings and inventions of a 13th century Phoenician archbishop there is actually no record of the arrival of Mary Magdalen at Sainte Maries de la Mer at all, and the official local lore indicates that only two Maries were present: Mary Salome and Mary Jacobe, and you can check for yourself in the following tourist board description of the pilgrimmages of the 24th and 25th of May, there is absolutely no mention of Mary Magdalene. http://www.avignon-et-provence.com/saintes-maries-de-la-mer/gypsy-pilgrimage/#.VqlBsiMgXIU

There is a vague and strange reference to the presence of Mary Magdalene, who apparently preached in Marseille and afterwards spent 30 years living in a cave in Saint Baume and there is a gothic church of the 13th century which claims to hold her skull as a holy relic.  Yet there was no local folklore on this subject, unlike the gypsy association and subterranean altar of the Saint Maries church, the whole tale Mary Magdalene's presence in France apparently seems to have come to the Charles II King of Naples in a dream and may have been more in line with instituting the veneration of a pagan Mother-Goddess or Ishtar Queen of Heaven, disguised as Christian lore.

A lot of these strange tales seem to originate from amongst the Freemasons and other secret European fraternities, and just as the Masons Baigent and Dan Brown worked to attempt to subvert the story of Christ with a strange tale of a mythical bloodline, which handily they claim found its way into the secret societies and indeed, that the secret societies themselves are part of Jesus' bloodline. 

Other strange and unlikely stories of French folklore, were perpetuated by the French Rose Croix and Freemasons at early points in history. One was that one of the Master builders of the Temple of Solomon, a man called Master Jacques was born in a French town called Cartes and whose name was given to one of the famous pillars of that Temple Jachin and one of the key symbolic myths of Freemasonry. It is likely that this is a mythologization of Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Templars, who is generally assumed to be the progentor  of the Freemasonry, and seeking to increase the importance of Freemasonry in affairs of ancient times, and this is exactly the purpose of the Baigent/Dan Brown Masonic swindle.  http://compilhistoire.pagesperso-orange.fr/Compagnonnagefmrc.htm#12

These stories serve to try to increase the prestige of the Freemasons and in this way they attempt to claim ownership and involvement in key events in history which really they have no business with, but there is something else hiding in plain sight behind this talk of the supposed royal bloodline which arrived in France sometime in or around the year 40 AD. 

The focus should be taken from the two (or even three) Maries, but placed on the curious character of Sarah la Ka, or Black Sarah, depending on the version of the story she was either an Egyptian maid on the boat with the Maries, or that she was a Romani woman who miraculously foretold the arrival of the boat from Palestine.

 

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