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geokilla wrote: What the hell just happened to BTC?
wow 45k now wtf.

edit: Now it's jumped up $1k since I posted that a minute ago. $46350
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BobSagget wrote: wow 45k now wtf.

edit: Now it's jumped up $1k since I posted that a minute ago. $46350
I'm trying to find news and nothing

ETH was down to $3100 and dropped -20%
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Sold CHR.TO for BITF. 100 shares in BITF. Will average down if it drops some more.
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BobSagget wrote: wow 45k now wtf.

edit: Now it's jumped up $1k since I posted that a minute ago. $46350
$47,113 now

I know nothing other than it had been a long time since a dip like this.

Edit: Is this where I FOMO back in? lol
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Started small position with APVO at 18.10. Interesting float and there was a buyout talk for $50 from the same capitals company that already owns 50% of the company
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Bitcoin price plunges below $43K in minutes in crypto market rout

An $8,000 daily loss leaves the market shaking its head on one of the most volatile days in Bitcoin since the China miner rout.

Bitcoin price plunges below $43K in minutes in crypto market routBREAKING NEWS
Bitcoin (BTC) fell sharply as trading continued on Sept. 7 as a volatile day took BTC price action below $43,000 in one of the most volatile days of the year.

BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart. Source: TradingView
Whales blamed for major BTC sell-off
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView captured the volatility as Bitcoin suddenly lost the psychological $50,000 level.

The move came just hours after analysts jointly agreed that BTC/USD must hold $50,000 in order to preserve bullish momentum.

One of them, Cointelegraph's Michaël van de Poppe, highlighted $49,500 as the point of no return should it fail to stick as support. After that, he said, $44,000 could be next.

He subsequently noted that Bitcoin had closed the weekend's CME futures gap.

At the time of writing, with prices still unstable, Bitcoin traded at around $46,700 — well below the desired minimum, having hit a floor of $47,200.

Trader and analyst Scott Melker, known as "The Wolf of All Streets," blamed large-volume traders.

"Leave it to whales to dump Bitcoin on the day that El Salvador makes it legal tender," he said.

"Real volume on the selling as well."
As Cointelegraph reported, the largest cryptocurrency hit $52,960 — an almost four-month high — on Sept. 7, the day El Salvador adopted Bitcoin as its currency alongside the U.S. dollar.
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hebsie wrote: Bitcoin price plunges below $43K in minutes in crypto market rout

An $8,000 daily loss leaves the market shaking its head on one of the most volatile days in Bitcoin since the China miner rout.

Bitcoin price plunges below $43K in minutes in crypto market routBREAKING NEWS
Bitcoin (BTC) fell sharply as trading continued on Sept. 7 as a volatile day took BTC price action below $43,000 in one of the most volatile days of the year.

BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart. Source: TradingView
Whales blamed for major BTC sell-off
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView captured the volatility as Bitcoin suddenly lost the psychological $50,000 level.

The move came just hours after analysts jointly agreed that BTC/USD must hold $50,000 in order to preserve bullish momentum.

One of them, Cointelegraph's Michaël van de Poppe, highlighted $49,500 as the point of no return should it fail to stick as support. After that, he said, $44,000 could be next.

He subsequently noted that Bitcoin had closed the weekend's CME futures gap.

At the time of writing, with prices still unstable, Bitcoin traded at around $46,700 — well below the desired minimum, having hit a floor of $47,200.

Trader and analyst Scott Melker, known as "The Wolf of All Streets," blamed large-volume traders.

"Leave it to whales to dump Bitcoin on the day that El Salvador makes it legal tender," he said.

"Real volume on the selling as well."
As Cointelegraph reported, the largest cryptocurrency hit $52,960 — an almost four-month high — on Sept. 7, the day El Salvador adopted Bitcoin as its currency alongside the U.S. dollar.
That feels like an article written by AI or Robotics more than a person..
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Patiently waiting for FORT to hit $0.60 and then I'm out.
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geokilla wrote: That feels like an article written by AI or Robotics more than a person..
If you have better, please post it .... hebs
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Anyone following TRIP, Red Light Holland

Price has been declining for months, bigger drop this AM and then a HALT

Interesting
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hebsie wrote: Anyone following TRIP, Red Light Holland

Price has been declining for months, bigger drop this AM and then a HALT

Interesting
I' following, been putting out NRs but still dumping, I dunno whats going on
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geokilla wrote: Sold CHR.TO for BITF. 100 shares in BITF. Will average down if it drops some more.
I sold MFC to add more 668 more BITF. With really poor timing, I might add Face With Tears Of Joy
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I missed the BTC crash, but was able to pick up 30 Hut $10 Calls when it was at $9.90. Nice 15% gain right now.
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geokilla wrote: That feels like an article written by AI or Robotics more than a person..
Haha that’s hilarious. I was thinking the same thing as I read it. Been seeing it more and more lately.
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geokilla wrote: That feels like an article written by AI or Robotics more than a person..
I like it. Bullet point style.
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hebsie wrote: Anyone following TRIP, Red Light Holland

Price has been declining for months, bigger drop this AM and then a HALT

Interesting
I stopped checking after they terminate to merge with Creso Pharma couple weeks ago, let see what Bruce and Todd have it store for its shareholders.
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RolandCouch wrote: Ugh...and to think I was up more than 100% a few weeks ago.
I just added some more last week too!

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