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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

goose 6:04 Thu Dec 17
Bitcoin went past $23,000 today.
I've made just over £400 today trading it from the comfort of my sofa.

other cryptocurrencies have been flying as well.

short term fad or long term alternative currency??

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Northern Sold 5:50 Fri Jul 2
Re: Bitcoin
Make that 14%...

Give me a B...

bigst 4:46 Fri Jul 2
Re: Bitcoin
Up another 10% today

Northern Sold 4:21 Tue Jun 29
Re: Bitcoin

up 20% in 2 days trading... errrr booom

Vexed 1:47 Mon Jun 28
Re: Bitcoin
They've banned a company owned by Binance operating in the uk. Binance currently doesn't operate in the uk at all. The 'ban' is of no consequence. The FCA are probably trying to make up for the indiscretions around the OneCoin scam where they basically got a load of people scammed by giving an obvious scam firm the green light. The twats.

mashed in maryland 10:12 Sun Jun 27
Re: Bitcoin
Remember I said a few months back on here that the British government might be the first one in the west retarded (or devious) enough to try and ban cryptocurrencies?

Well looks like it's beginning:


DagenhamDave 10:14 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
USD that is

DagenhamDave 10:13 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Think it'll settle at the 28-30k mark for a while.

DagenhamDave 10:12 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
ChillTheKeel 7:30 Fri May 21

This drop was nothing to do with China or Elon or any of the other crap that goes around.

It was overbought pure and simple. Needed to come back to earth for a while. Too many leveraged longs in a market and someones gonna come along and pull the rug from underneath you.

ParadiseLost 8:53 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Interesting article Camel. That’s a lot of liquidations. Been some analysts kicking Crypto over the past few days (JPM in particular) and some suggestion if rotating into Gold as being a better trade.
With markets like Crypto and the big moves presumably stops don’t work. The leverage multiples are pretty eye catching but I guess with big short term movements that can be good money for quick plays. It did make me wonder if the strategy of using the margin liquidation as the bottom barrier and the unlimited upside might be a game some might be playing.

camel-with-3-humps 8:00 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin

This article is spot on PL.

camel-with-3-humps 7:55 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Paradise Lost

It's not a great mystery. It's inexperienced capital that over leverages and you get these giant liquidation runs.
People talk about China and events etc but often (not always) it is a key support level going that causes these falls.

Bigger traders also catch the breakout traders and other small traders by causing swing failures as they need liquidity. The bigger trader is quite sophisticated at getting the liquidity it needs to avoid horrendous slippage.

It usually falls to a recognised support level, which today is 35K. If it falls through that then there will be a massive downturn.

ChillTheKeel 7:30 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Why does it fall whenever the media report that China is 'cracking down on BTC' again for the billionth time? It's not news.

ParadiseLost 7:26 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Stomach or stupidity Vexed?

Vexed 7:16 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
I think it's clear that you don't have the stomach for this PL.

Have you thought about Premium Bonds instead?

brabrook 6:10 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
ChillTheKeel 9:26 Fri May 21

Whiney Drips LOL

Brilliant retort

ParadiseLost 5:51 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Cheezey hear what you are saying but in the past hour its gone down 10%. Generally thats considered a dump, but for Crypto its a mid (US) morning burp. The range on the day is 37,096.574 - 42,172.17 a 14% range.

Cheezey Bell-End 2:33 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Nice that we're all getting on so well...

BTC seems to have stabilised for now. Hopefully it has hit bottom. One of these days, it will dump and I'll be ready for it.

Until around new year, BTC had been on a long slow climb. Then there was a period of volatility and all time highs, sparked in part by Musk's tweets. That volatile period looks to have ended. Hopefully now it continues as before for a while.

ChillTheKeel 9:26 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin

brabrook 9:17

Other than the fact I disagree with almost everything he says, you're bang on. That said, at least he makes me laugh, unlike the whiney DRIPS like you who are slowly morphing this place into KUMB Mk2

Vexed 8:21 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
There he is, the bloke that told everyone to buy BCH. Surprised you've got the brass neck to return really.

camel-with-3-humps 2:28 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
Vexed ...

Everyone is now calling you a cunt. Time to apologise and then fuck off out this thread.

ParadiseLost 1:00 Fri May 21
Re: Bitcoin
True Dagenham but the Chinese message was ramped up. To quote Counbase

‘China’s crypto warning on Tuesday may look similar to previous notices. However, it conveys a pointed message to commercial banks and payment companies that have been friendly to crypto-related businesses.’

‘ The National Internet Finance Association of China, the China Banking Association and the Payment and Clearing Association of China published a notice saying member financial institutions should not provide services to crypto-related transactions or investment funds’

That doesn’t kill Crypto in China, but it doesn’t help.

Add in the US statement (including Biden’s) about potentially making Crypto transactions over $10k reportable to the IRS and there is a slow drip of tightening.

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