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>>8310920
OMG (OmiseGo)

OMG coin is still showing as a developing 'power house' among the 'payments (gateway)' sector, as well as the 'payroll processing' sector. The data sets have the 'payments' sector moving into a growing
pattern from late March onward through the rest of this year, with 'payroll' being the 'shout about it'
area of cryptocurrencies.
The supporting sets have the 'payroll' sector being influenced by 'officialdom corruption' that will go to
include 'retirement contributions' in some 'scandals' being forecast as coming into visibility in pace with
the death of fiat currencies, and their central banking systems.

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>>8303514
Thanks man. Longing now.

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>>8300775
EOS
The new growth for EOS is divided, seems to indicate that in spite of successful milestones being met,
that FUD is going to be flying around EOS, though the data growth patterns would suggest it is from a
feeling of 'paranoia' about the 'successful launch' of smart contract functions on other platforms. In
other words, a creeping paranoia about the rapidly increasing competitive landscape is going to
precipitate a slew of FUD for Spring in EOS land.
Much of the 'smart contract' areas within modelspace are filled with both EOS and ETH sub sets with
descriptors that are all about increasing competition, and 'successful launches' of 'alternative platforms'
that will be 'taking the (news) lead' in the space. These sets grow more rapidly over the latter half of
April, and into May than in March, but there are a few temporal markers that are forecast as appearing
in the last week of March as a precursor to the larger stream of discussions forecast to dominate most
of the second quarter of the year.

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dubs we go to 13.888k

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>>7841782
Everyone is going to win. There is going to be a "flattening out" of the crypto landscape, meaning that BTC will be losing more market dominance this year. This year will be the year of the alt's, but BTC pumps first and kicks things off.

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apologize

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you were warned about XRB

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I have a PhD in crypto economics and mathematics. Crypto incentives in Chainlink are a legitimate concern. I saw Ari Juels speak at a conference recently where he mentioned tokens and asked him about the token economics of a node staking system like the Chainlink network is planning to use. The problem is that node operator incentives are fuzzy at best and not even figured out fully by the team (see the gitter for Steve stuttering about this). When I brought it up to Ari Juels, I told him that in the way the network is expected to be used, the fees payable to node operators would actually decline as requests become more ubiquitous because as the network grows it becomes cheaper to use. This makes sense if you took a few advanced cryptoeconomics courses. Ari admitted that it was a great question but that they were "actively pursuing research in that area." I sold my LINK immediately after that and saw a significant dump on the binance charts. It's pretty clear these guys are pulling you along making you think they're doing something revolutionary when the incentives aren't even fully determined yet.

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>>7438597
>>7438733
>>7438790
>>7438960

THIS. Buy Mobius Sir

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Niggers, what's gonna happen to the price of Bitcoin the next few days?

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Reminder: This guy thinks we'll be at war with Aliens in 6 months. I'm not even trolling

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>>7348099
>$13,800 by mid-February. The web-bot is at high confidence.

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NIGGERS

>>7341060
>>7341424
>>7342740
>>7344720

JUST TELL ME:

HOW BAD IS IT? AND ARE THE JEWS RESPONSIBLE?

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Alien Invasion man says BTC will rise to the point of being used by sovereign states, though. I trust his predictions.

He's also bullish on ETH though

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Thoughts on /our guy/ Clif High?

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>>7276629
Didn't Santa say this shit is going to $20k? KEK

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1Y7y4Azaag

Starts at 13:00

>This is who /biz gets crypto picks from
>Predicts Military Industrial Complex will piss off Aliens, and make them respond around July
>His picks have been right so far
>Holy shit maybe Aliens will attack
>mfw we make millions in crypto only to be massacred by Aliens the same year

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you were warned

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>>7125043
>guarenteed
Are you Jesus?

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>>7123872
Santa said he was going to fix this.

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>>7031382
>prophecy
Do you believe in God anon?

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Newfag here, I heard this guy has some kind of crystal ball. I have $20k saved for crypto, should I buy his $99 report and follow that it says?

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>>6971340
Who said this will worth 1/5th BTC?

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There is an old saying that says "don't confuse bull-market with intelligence". Is this guy really smart? What is his methodology?

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