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>>56139797Checked and this
>>56014268I bet whoever is behind the suppression is really proud too
>>55792107Is Sergey the one who keeps dumping Bitcoin every time Link threatens to break out?
if $9 comes up, it's decision time for Bitcoin whales.
>>54702544>BTC was risingnopeIn all four instances, Link was rising and BTC was pretty much crabbing.And each time Link was almost exactly at $9, while BTC was at different price levels each time.
>>54689417take a wild guess
will (((they))) do "it" again?
>>54626743>This shitcoin can’t even break $9How can it when Bitcoin dumps the entire market every single time?
>>54461239Because Link has been having amazing news in the past few months/years, so it naturally wants to recover sooner than anything else.But then each attempted breakout gets dumped on by BTC.
>>54177453>We are always led to belive, through innuendo or silence, that we are the precipice of historic breakthroughs and price actionthat's by design to wear you down and get you to sell.>price about to breach through resistance>OH NOOOOOOOOO not another epic black swan event! what are the odds?!>what they didn't sell? well surely they'll sell the next black swan!>rinse and repeatit's a like an extra retarded version of the man behind the curtain because we're all watching him desperately pull levers and manufacture artificial chaos while we sit here laughing and memeing about it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWyCCJ6B2WE
>>53920378posted without comment
>>53896284After $9 Bitcoin dumps.
>>53690192All Link pumps reaching $9 were hammered down by BTC.
If Link is allowed to break $9, all bets are off.
>>53299140You don't know the half of it.