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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

14:09 min | 8 months ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I'm just GONNA call you C mo because it's a coup who asked name so seem I was your name from here it just because it's so much easier for me to say but C mo says. Hi David what up CMO Tim Pace. The Genius says he's Seventy K.. How do you feel about that? Who by Bald Eagle Ballsy No I don't think that's ballsy. I actually think he's. He's playing it safe there or maybe bring risking missing out on a nice move up man. I don't WanNa be Debbie Downer. But I guess I'll note speak. Oh you look like we've had enough discussions David. I'M GONNA disagree with you if you think it's going to go down only because I'm looking at the five year period so it it depends on timeframes and so forth exactly overall. We're going up one hundred percent. Sure I shouldn't say our percent ninety nine point yeah. We wouldn't be here if we didn't think that there was something happen. Yeah so I think I mean kind of like big picture thing when we saw that you know that big move down and we saw six K sixty eight hundred that really strong area. I was tracking multiple people. Making huge cash buys but but also some pretty big cells at thought that possibly could be a form of distribution and then we went lower bounce back up and I think were an an accumulation rain right now. Here's a little low pro tip. I've got an average of sixty eight fifty by a long from. That's where I'm on from. Yeah now we could have some and pumps up till some pumps in front of there but nothing too crazy. Kim assisted by the way all right. So so let's let's just let's just back off and let's let's look big picture real quick shirt when you see this chart and I'll be the first one that had met. This looks like a descending triangle where it's a it's so it's a it's a bullish at the end of the triangle but farish and the the in the in the way that it's going to move right. Yeah so you know we can see that it went up really high and that is two years ago right you. Can you see my mouth. I don't know if that shows up on the screen. I don't cite your mouth. No but I all right where it goes. Okay well obviously we experience this. We not only see where it went up and we were there. We all just got super rich and we were GONNA be millionaires. There's in you know forever and it was Never GonNa Change and then obviously That's a steep decline as as almost as steep incline that we had We we saw it drop We've seen recovery. We've seen dips we've come back up. Come back down you know right around that What was it early? Twenty nineteen mark is is the Bald Eagle stage and Almost a cup and handle and it's just continued to go up. We had a nice run almost a fourteen. But you look at this and you got to say if we don't make a move who've quick than we are in a descending triangle it is bearish until it isn't and And the trendline. Although we could definitely still go play with ten eleven thousand thousand hours easily tomorrow you know. Just based off of of of charts more likely. We have a an a redress of a bottom of four thousand dollars. There's a very good chance that that can happen. That's a realistically speaking now. I don't believe that I do honestly believe that. We're on that I end because if hold on I'm going to pull us up. Give me one second long time ago a long time ago this chart right here looked a lot bigger and this is something people people forget is this is not relative to Actually what it was doing you know I remember you know not this price to twenty six but I do remember seeing Bitcoin two hundred and I do remember seeing Bitcoin at one thousand here and then You know playing with that and going up and down and touching it and I remember when I bought Bitcoin Thousand Dollars David that it went down to not this price. This is I. I think I was November of two thousand thirteen. So let's find it. That's my buying right here. That's actually me right there. The yeah that was me And of course I probably got some horrible price because I bought it in. Pay Pal the guy money. Not only did I pay their fees but this guy probably gave me whatever pricey decided Ziming. Bitcoin hey coin right so I probably paid closer to like like twelve hundred like the most expensive bitcoin ever by the way. Probably I wouldn't be surprised but then you know it wasn't it wasn't always great after that we quickly you know retested a bottom and my. It's not really doing what I wanted to because the timeframes on properly happily but anyways the point I'm making here is this. Is that what I think what happened. Sometimes does oftentimes doesn't kind of cornered that market a a little bit in what you experienced and what you've told me and I would love to know what your thoughts are on a big scale right on the big time frames and then also you. You know what what what what people should be expecting. You know on a short term so in other words should I buy or sell right now it depends on it depends on anybody. Let's just clarify. I'm not giving any financial advice or anything like that. Just thought wine negative negative give I guess before we can. We have a drink and we opinion. Quick you can't give you take a drink of Tito's I'll we'll have one. I'm GonNa pour one right now. Go ahead go It's kind of you know it depends on the picture in in what you're doing if you're just buying like ten twenty bucks here and there a Bitcoin you're not gonNa try to you know use it and it's just a little trading yeah not trading. Just if you're truly investing you know just going to buy little bits throw some away. I see what happens. there's any times a good time to buy right now later if you're just doing a twenty bucks every month whatever. It's not a bad time and hold on before you go any further. I think it's a very very big deal. What you said? There's a relativity t- to what your goals are folks if you're stepping into this saying I'm GonNa Buy Twenty five thousand dollars. It's all of my i. Ah My life savings and I'm going into bitcoin well first off. That's the dumbest Shit. Me and David would agree on this. That we've ever heard in a pretty should be diversified. You you should be safe and you should be putting yourself position to not lose money on multiple ways and if some of them work out and they should if you're smart and if you wonder lessons you know you should should. You should do. Okay you know People WanNa speculate all the time because they want to get rich fair enough but relative time periods. Are you talking twenty years folks. Are you talking twenty days. Are you talking twenty minutes which is honest time. Period and Crypto is not David Up Dude and twenty minutes and and you can live and dial twenty minutes. I've seen people make a hundred thousand and lose two hundred and twenty minutes and David. I'm GonNa let you actually have the screen in for a minute myself. I need you to handle this for me. Okay actually got to take a phone call. That is really important family matter so let me do that but I will be right back on Twenty seconds sure sure. Sure well welcome to my show. Everybody cycads show any who Look at this chart and understanding understanding the fundamentals and the things that are kind of playing behind the scene I think personally that this this range range that we're playing anywhere from here to all the way down to like fifty nine hundred fifty eight hundred. BTC If you go back you can see. I can't see the dates aids but we're we're really tracking this Around the fifty eight hundred the backup to That sixty now ten ten a little bit over comeback down. I was watching some like really big injections come in And then very large cell of cells come through and we're just talking trade volume so I took at as a distribution period where others a lot of people have accumulated probably cumulated for the past. You know however many years year maybe they're mining. They just wanted to liquidate. They saw the writing on the wall. They've been through this market cycle before where You know we've seen a thousand dollars than we've seen two hundred bucks. So I saw that area that time as a distribution period coming through a pretty big dip and now we're kind of coming back to six K. area. I think it's going into former support. Fifty eight hundred six K.. As where kind end of like I'm if I go along and we dip a little bit below I'm not thinking we're going to go all the way back down to touch that three K.. Again I'm not willing to bet any hair on it but I it's just kind of what are what I'm seeing right now So really I'm kind of happy with what we've done when we needed to come back after we broke through that six K.. Mark five point eight six gay once. We broke through that the first time we really needed to come back down and test it again former resistance turns to support efforts been tested and hold so with that being said you know I'm okay with where it is. Ta Judo's painting a pretty picture that that could say. I'm wrong but you never know it's it's GonNa be interesting. We're at a very interesting point right now where you know. This is where if I had not witnessed the actual horrible pain in your eyes. During the accident I would be waxing. Betting you again but You you you paid your you paid your dues for everybody that day a Including me I could just as easily. I will openly admit that I I was basing my my observations off of public sentiment and that conventionally had to be a move up right And you're basing off of Off of similar concepts and there was a lot of negativity in the market. Don't get me wrong A in Bassett. I just bought some. Tito's cheers brother. Ask but you could just I mean. I'm not saying that this is going to happen. I mean unlike I pointed this out for a reason and I drew that those those Those trend lines you know which are the most basic turn lines. And they're not even right. I I mean this is a pretty big time period coupon off. Yeah this long form but this could easily and hopefully it would it would sustain you know in bounce off a forty four four hundred if we felt all the way today but every day that we move forward it gets a little higher in rural higher that bottom should at least breast too right but also the the ceiling gets lower or lower but when I see the ceiling get lower. You know the means. It's easier to break it. It is with me. So I'm how do I put this. I respect Ta and I respect certain technical indicators for this market specifically crypto currency given given how emotional the vast majority of players are how the the unregulated nature of it tends to bring out more motion and more fall mo and so forth so though ta I will say Ta. There are certain that I use on a daily basis under certain indicators. I don't use news but there is something to be said about it because if everybody believes it it's true regarding exactly you know so. Yeah I I I like it and I what I worry though is so I'm kind of not necessarily tinfoil hat theory but we're all familiar with bit fanatics and the USD tea or tether there and everything that's going on in the news and so forth so I would. I would pose this question. Joe That that top of the the very very top when you and I were dancing drinking and dancing at nine hundred million bro. We're we're going to have to worry about money again. Yes is up here by the way. I'm like shaking this this dotted line okay. That's not that's not how we feel today right us to how we felt good all right. Yeah and then we visited this Eh. Oh man those are some also to. They made us tough. Who still standing though? I mean that that comeback all the way down to three K.. If you're standing after that I mean you know. Where's where's where's all these influencers Stilo Pez whereas these guys who were super big and encrypt oh they've moved onto different industries. I don't know where you know. So we're still here shows one we said something onto we've endured kind of are somewhat smart if we've endured or nineteen all the way back down. But what if I told you that. Nineteen seven area one thousand nine hundred eighty. What if I told you that wasn't true through but if I told you that because of potentially allegedly manipulation and if you're talking about maybe like here that that seems more normal right that's even or even here I atla but what does this eight thousand here? I look November November October. Okay this is this is the thirty first. I about two thousand seventeen right here. Seven seventy six hundred bucks right. Thanksgiving was like right here. Sixty eight sixty nine. Okay all right. Let's give maybe not thanksgiving Let's talk over anyways..

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

16:27 min | 8 months ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"It was really freaking hard and you know what. I'm fortunate that my wife and I do pretty well in our personal lives and Rahmael consulting company and my wife's a medical doctor running a big thing out back east and and so. I'm fortunate that I don't have I. I don't live paycheck to paycheck and I can literally basically work fulltime on Tusk for two years without having to make money from it. If I wasn't able to do that tusk wouldn't exist. Chimed the one that's going in and by the way I spent more focused on the US gun industry. And I go to more gun conferences than I've crypto conferences because that's where our customers are by the way there's no one else from any other crypto project at any of the leading gun projects. The Gun Rights Policy Conference. NRA Conference of the The SR Sir at an forget national shooting sports foundation their retailer Expo. There are no crypto products at any of them. I'm the only one there well and by the way as a as Zeh Second Amendment Not just advocate believer right As a inherent. I can appreciate that but obviously you got a lot going on. Tell her where they can find you. Because I got a couple more people were going on here shortly. Robin. It's been a pleasure to finally see again man. And I'm hopeful that you're able to hop on the night and join us and be part of the The conversation and you know we'll have maybe a more in depth conversation about this on bitcoin radio but let's let's where can people find you. Yeah you can check us out a TUSK DOT network S. T. U. S. C. DOT network stands for tough stands for the Universal Settlement Coin. Absolutely man I appreciate your time dude. We'll talk to you soon. And Good luck with everything Alma. Happy to hear that you guys are may not and I look forward to seeing the success. Thank you so much. You have a great day. Absolutely bro season. All Right Rob dropping all man look a got a Danny sesame from the crypto show. He's going to be a little bit later. Here in a minute Happy to allow others to jump on a trip all him. Tim You're always welcome as as you know Baz likes to run his mouth but he won't he doesn't want to hop on. Just kidding Bassett thing probably about five or six times David Dave come. Jump on 'em I'd love to hear your thoughts on what's going on with the market anyways but Moving forward you know it takes people like level rob said just a second ago. Is that you know without him being able to you have a full-time job. And be able to sell self-sustained himself between him and his wife's income you know his is blockchain. Wouldn't exist in to me. That's exactly the way that you should build something you know. That's that's how you want to build something that's how you want to be perceived as that you built something because you knew that it was needed. Not Because you're GonNa make much money and you know we're we're all fine with it when we were also making money but now it's like oh they're making money and they stole all my money and look at this as a scam now. I don't feel sorry Tim. It's all good brother. You know I love Eh. You're you're doing your own thing and if you're not tim pace everybody on on social media an all or on trading view Tim. He's been he was one of the first the first three guests three four five guests on bitcoin radio. This dude came from. I've never done my life and within three months had had become the number one most followed person or at least shared. I can't remember what it is. I don't want to speak for you and I don't want to lie about it but the the number one bitcoin charters author you know not necessarily saying he's the best. There's nobody else that's doing a better than literally saying I. Tim Pace optum Pacer here. I'm Tim Pace and I'm trying my hardest and I'm GONNA literally put my my whole journey of never knowing the TA whatsoever to literally knowing Ta Right now and and I'm GonNa Learn in front of all of you and and let everybody make fun of me and let everybody tell me how stupid. I am. Folks Social Media's a pain in the ass it was number one for the binds charts. That's right it was thank you number. One bitcoin author for the Binat starts in. Like for your I mean it takes people years to get to that point still am Atta boy. Heisenberg BTC anyways. But this. This is just a small piece of the Pie. Folks Twenty twenty. It's GonNa be fun. Twenty twenty is going to be fun. I'm not saying that Bitcoin is going one hundred K next year. But I'm not saying it won't right. That's not the purpose of that comment. Though the purpose is to say there are things going on and right now that are drastically going to help the credibility of Bitcoin when I hear about the US government and this bipartisan partisan Louis Printing allowing money to be printed at the level that it is. Let's just say you have ten thousand dollars and you put it. In the bank and traditionally fifty sixty years ago grandparents. They can put money in the bank. They're gonNA make money on that not to mention it only costs like a the one hundred and fifty bucks a month to like to exist. You know But today's a lot different than that day. Because every time they print that you know billion or trillion dollars you know extra money over a certain amount of time that devalue the dollar that already exists. They're not getting rid of any burn. It keep that in mind right there literally printing on top of an over saturating the market anticipating that the world is going to continue to use the US dollar and whether the year that you're the euro whether you're the Chinese won't want you on and And and so forth you're going to be subjected to what your government does to bring about stability and growth the man stop putting money. Start destroying money. Let's see what happens if what if the government started this. Am like we're just going to start. We're GONNA start burning our dollars right like like a token burn man. I mean like that's never we're going to happen folks. Every dollar that exists will always exist. And when you lose your dollar. That's one dollar. They don't have to account for idiots. Let's stop losing dollars. Stop writing on dollars or or riveting and half to do magic tricks crazy call the. USDA stable coin is an oxymoron. More on not bad tempests. Yeah agreed I don't think anybody would be surprised if that comment And less you don't know about bitcoin and and then it's just the same and you just see prices of everything else going up. And then it's the government's fault it is but it's the backwards reason why it's the government's fault. Is that the government's fault because they're raising taxes axes our prices necessarily on a certain. You know my milk. I go by gallon of milk is five dollars. Go Buy Coffee at starbucks is eleven right crazy crazy but why is that is it. Because the companies can but the company's blame it on how much everything else is costing the new taxes but it's really inflation folks inflation Fiat burn recipe. Says David Hoberman. Dave Dave please join me my man if you get chance. I'm sure you can't can't world. She would already done it but I don't hate the dollar I use dollar. You know I pay all my bills and the dollar. So this isn't a dollar hate fest this is. There's plenty of the people you know you got randy or you got rich. They'll sit there and I'll tell you how bad dollars stupid well that may be true. But it's all relative great L. dollars done pretty good for a lot of people right dollars screwed anybody over at a high level just long level of screw you over. So so you've timed out wake up in other words you know. They're not doing it tomorrow but inflation expenses but not your salary. True story you know and that. And that's that's that's another thing like Bitcoin as a deflationary concept perfect man what if they only made twenty one million dollars the US dollars ever think about that folks Tristan join me and I became the links above the comments but You know between people people like Baz view who. I've learned an attic. I talked about last night. Right bows or on the phone. He's given me inside. He's telling me that he's telling me he's perspective you know he's giving give me some hands on what he thinks he's GonNa be buying you know and I and I'm coming back. I'm telling them this you know and you know but that's a fun conversation to me to this day bright like if you don't love this space and look for that opportunity not to make money necessarily to be in front of the future. That's what blockchain's doing folks. That's what it's doing and it's really important to me that the space exists for my future for my child's future for your children's future. The blockchain is the path of freedom. We lose freedoms every day. Don't let any politician ever tell you. They're removing.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"And Malivai this is called the repeated tragedy which is the first stage from bright into on the game. Raden project for the Sony Playstation Cobas by go Satoh credit as rise. This sounds anything this L. anything like a tragedy. This thing's Macula is really good. So my guess is that goes right into also in the arcade on its own hardware so like you imagine how an arcade game with sound in the ninety S. This sounds way cleaners. I think that they like arranged it on the original regional synthesizers and then recorded it CD quality for the game on the playstation because it sounds really clean. I gotTa admit to this to rob real quick. What the Heck is personal? I keep looking at my cellphone. Yeah what's what's happening. You're you're poking monning it up. Aren't you right now. What is happening right now? Apparently the game awards on and arranged alright so random. His show in listener of the show Matt is text me by the way the gave awards. GimMe the Dietz. We're recording but if anything crazy happens you got a text it to me because on one hand I'm not generally big on like awards aside from like the General Gospel of white hearing about things. I like winning awards like control getting getting game of the frigging year which was unexpected but remedy. The game sailed deserve that mess. Control looks cool. Yeah it's really good but It just means we want somebody who Texas. Oh what's going on. And he's like nothing yet but it's coming just tell us as you're watching offered for for updates. Yeah I want to hear. There's rumor that they're GONNA do next smash character isn't I'm genuinely rumors had been swirling on nights you you just take a picture of yourself. FRIGGIN WISH I. I would love to be a smash brothers characters so much. I wanted to be a fighting game character. Just because I want the the absurdity of a move sick and and how cool would that be to have a moose. Maybe that'll be the next game that I work on as I just like all the pictures that I have of you already for the podcast photos that I do and I just digitize you and so like a mortal combat style game but then we had the most being otherwise it will make sense. Yeah I'll be there. I'll be in the background like going like the League. He can throw throw wall turkeys onto the screen. Your back like killing a chicken. I can the back the back of Charlie stage anyway so I I chose the project tasted. I'd never really played a lot of writing although I like. Oh I love the style of the whole lot. It's very classic Classic Space Space. Shoot em up type game but this track reminds me so much of the modern a sense of movement movement happening right now with bands like a gunship and time cop nineteen eighty three which I am quite. That is the name of the band year. That's the name of the band it's one guy with. I think some other guest artist artist. That's called time cop. Nineteen eighty-three Mega. Music is awesome. What are we calling time? Cotton one thousand nine hundred. Three's at the year you decided you know. It's so good just the year I want. Let me known but when he first when you hear this opening chords on this track like it's so big it's so smooth and that the first lines of that keyboard aboard hits it it feels good to me. It feels really good then. This really cheesy sounding drum fills a tedious. Jesus that is a mess. Let me made me feel like back in the nineties. Radically skating down that cool hat. Fight looking for the next big curl making up words. That don't make sense of those things like I don't know about you but like the playstation was just hooked up to a TV and just those TV speakers. We weren't getting this this this level of like hearing the full surround like hearing the full stereo during the full spectrum of the Bass and the treble like we're just hearing what was coming up. TV speakers back then. I had a twenty five inch magma's which I bought with my very last. Kb Toys paycheck And there was blessed before that I had strep rabbit ears window take that KB toys. You're actually had that. Td for a long time. I didn't replace it. I bought it nine hundred ninety eighty six and didn't replace it until two thousand seven. You have a TV upstairs in your room. snout right still still not that one. But I'm about to ditch that and replaceable. Another to give me a Sony wager which is only on top of the line. Back was downsized what to do with this tube. TV because it's not really to get rid of two TV's these days people who play competitive smash brothers on the Gamecube. They're GONNA want it. Yeah so if you're listening and adding throwing it out illegal dumpster yet if you're interested past guest of the show Mitchell Wong and Dan game composer of game kind. That just came out yet. They they love smash. I don't know if they play that version of smash but I'm you like mailings smashed. Go for but they might be into it. So we're onto your final track playstation one playstation two. They stationed three pry one of the more humorous have playstation releases. Because there's a history behind that which I'll get into while this awesome track is playing because because as many times I can listen to loop the better so this comes from the Game Skyhawk three I want to say was absence of justice and the track is titled Modern Tones composed by my buddy. Tim Pace is not really my buddy buddy his buddy he had never even had teen facebook messages and he keeps you know you know. He's reading it. He's he's he's happy messages.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

12:12 min | 8 months ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I'm still a little new to the space but I'm not enormous me. I'm thinking some that only knows of bitcoin because they see the headlines and they vaguely no. It's a thing the tough sell. I feel like especially right now with with the price. The price is always going to be volatile. But like with more on a downtrend. Downtrend is if you give someone for Christmas like Hey. Here's fifty bucks in Bitcoin. And then they look at it the next day and it's like thirty Bucks Bitcoin to them they're like This is weird weird and does that like immediately turn them off or you just have to really just keep pitching the other side of it and rather than the pricing well. Well there's two sides of this number one. You should know their address if you sit the Bitcoin so you can keep adding to it. Like a dog barks right like I mean. They'll never see a fall right like if he really needed to address that but yes to your point. It's a very serious one and I agree like if they just see constantly falling. which is what happened to a lot of people including myself? I gave it to my father in law take. My brother-in-law gave it to you. My friends family and they saw it go down and they mentioned that to me several times. And it's not unwarranted. Right it you know I put Michael Sausage a post op or is comment. I think it's really relevant. He said would be safe to say that. People's general perception is that it's not a future of currency but rather a specula- speculative asset and I say that's absolutely what it is right now. I mean that's the perception isn't perception's reality if you're looking to grow something and so whether you're a celebrity TV host and you're trying to get the next big GIG or your musician and everybody thinks you've music sucks when I was gonNA play or no one's GonNa hire you know who's GonNa Bring you about. No one's GonNa buy or use you. If they think you're speculative assets keeps going down so great point Mike on whether she wrote that But you know I look at this like I have never had a problem at least explaining the basics and what bitcoin able to do gyp right and we've conversation numerous accounts like you came in here a little bit. I don't WanNA say risk is you're pretty level headed dude but you know you came into a new space as someone who I you know we. We talked about you coming on the show because I know how entertaining engaging in what's we unleash you to this crowds this group. You're going to be a a national treasure. Is your to bitcoin space right. You're just really exciting. Jimmy Fallon style. I appreciate so much you know. Now you hyper me up over here thank you. I also compared you Jimmy Fallon which I hate so you breed 'em all yourself. He's literally right there fair enough. We talked about this every time about the finish statement up. It's this it's that. Is bitcoin spectacle of it is. It's absolutely speculative speculative even if you don't want it to be speculative too bad. Had your speculating. That is going to go up. At some point you know and you know so because it is what it is and because it's it's that in that area once it becomes was non speculative it becomes a very stable asset. And you know let's be real people the fact that is volatile even when it's negatively volatile and when it's going down it's still leaves these hope that it's GonNa be volatile back up right. So that's we gotta take the good with bad because it can go down also allows it to go up. Yeah yeah like Tim Pace Ace in the chat whether they look at it and at seventy five. That's a great point because that gets people even more excited and I'm glad you brought up giving it to your family members in the path and I mean I'm sure you're known amongst your family as the Crypto Guy. Because you are the Crypto Guy Your your your Maine Man Joe Blackburn. The cryptovest belongs all of us but especially especially blogs Joe Blackburn. But do you have those people you know people. There are a lot of people that talk about how they dread the political discussion or something coming when I get home but When they go home for the holidays do you have someone in your family? That's ready to like pounce on you every Thanksgiving or Christmas to be like ha ha. What's up with your bitcoin? Coin now bud or someone who has been like on you about it and how. It's like not a thing and all that shit see it's really interesting thing like I'm I am the person who does that to everybody else right. And I'm so versed in arguments in so composed in being able to articulate. I thought that nobody messes with me right. If they're going to talk about it they're going to do it behind my back which is fine. Because I'll find him anyways and I'll hear about it but I don't I really don't I don't have the fighters now. I do have friends that I'll see during like Thanksgiving break that they're like. Oh bitcoin didn't they fall from my twenty thousand and they just make jokes. But it's I don't really deal with that the hateful a lot of others do have to and so. I'm more concerned about that political discussion before. I am a bitcoin discussion but I also have a lot of people who support me and they also have seen what bitcoin because I wasn't talking about them about Bitcoin with them at twenty thousand. I was talking to bitcoin talking to them about bitcoin. When it was five six seven hundred right so get a little bit of credibility with between there between those those this price about mark's? Yeah Yeah and I guess the tie it all in it comes down until like you know. Never mind just the normies because again. I'm I'm basing it from a newer perspective and I see a lot. The people in the community get pretty down because the pricing which I understand you know people. It's an investment people have money and it's it's like a lot to ride on sometimes but it he feels like people get super negative or just Kinda shut down a bit and then I feel like so what are what are your tips to keep the fire alive so to speak in some of these not as exciting times so you know we have to change changed the discussion and Jim. That was a really good point. You just made to like the conversation has to be able to continue right. There has to be that moment where you as an individual you'll figure out these are. These are the points that really matter about bitcoin. And that's an ideological and political comment con. It's a political conversation and and I mean it's not a political in a way that Americans politics. It's just a complete change in the way that you want to be governed and how you're explaining that to somebody else. Why that's that's important to you so mixing that you know without being confrontational and shutting somebody off? It's very very delicate. And the moment you start talking about if you're talking about price you kinda remove all the politics right. If you're talking about ideology it come. It becomes a political comment. It becomes a political conversation ideological conversation and audio ideology and politics often. You know that's kind of the same thing right. You know. We find out real quickly where people stand when you start giving perspective on why you believe in something or why you want this candidate or something right and it is no different than when bitcoins doing. Because when you start talking about your your privacy people can relate to that people can understand. Oh shoot yeah part privacy. Oh look at what facebook did and they had to go to Congress and explain themselves look at Cambridge Analytica. Look at all these other things things that have huge effects on our life right now. How do we change that? How do we take hold of that in cryptocurrency blockchain bitcoin allow that concept of starts seeping in right and so to me? It's supporting a certain style of interacting with people that I don't want to interact with right. They're going to try to interact with me one way or the next whether it be a marketer whether it be a a hacker whether it be somebody how do I protect myself in the most ways possible and this is a very basic way explaining. I know ashes watching. She could probably say thousand things to me right now but how I'm saying it wrong but I like like to keep this really simple. When you're opening up the conversation it has to be number one interesting and number two if you're gonNA fight with them they're not gonNA walk away with a pleasant attitude? Yeah I mean I have. Jim was the last argument with something about something with somebody that you already kind of disagreed with or did really find as a relevant or even maybe even then a credible point and be like. Oh well we just had this huge argument argument not now. I completely understand rare. especially if you're getting into Internet argument demand like it's even it's going to be even worse absolutely so you know it's funny because we briefly talked about ripple just right before we went live but I'll bring ripple up if I if I talk about P with somebody who does not know anything about bitcoin or Crypto. They're always like Oh yeah but but extra ripple and that's something I'll well listen. This is something I'll listen to and it's so funny to me. I mean not. Because they they they don't understand the reasons why I may have certain prejudices against it or whatnot but you know they. Hey look at it. Even though it's had a very similar path than going up and then coming back down as Bitcoin heck the bitcoin is gone down less than go has from. Its all time high which was three dollars and you know like sixty cents or something and now. Today's like twenty five twenty eight twenty nine cents something along those lines and you know I bring rip or they bring up rebel to me and it's a very different conversation because they feel so much more safe about potentially what ripple might do for the whole world and it's simply because of the affiliation with what banks are doing right. It makes them feel safe. It's familiar familiar. It's those same things that that crypto struggles with because the US isn't great ripple is familiar. It's something that they could feel like they can relate to or it makes it a little bit of sense and it because it has a practical application from the minimum that they know about it minimal amount that they know about it but even though that has such a negative in horrible you know Price price differentiation from. It's all time high the price of this today it they don't they don't take into effect that the same things that they do for Bitcoin like they forgive ripple certain things which Chom fine with forgive him get him in let them learn about the space the ripple. That's fine by me because a lot of them will then take except like. Oh Wow I see what the space is doing. So I don't have a problem here. Expertise even lower than I thought. Twenty two cents right. That's what Tim says anyways but Sorry for the long Turner. That's completely fine and pardon my ignorance a and obviously you don't have to get to do it but what is it about ripple that defended more or that is more familiar. Is it just what what is is it. Just well let's let's back up a little bit ago ripple and Ex Arpey are technically not the same thing. Okay okay there's a difference the the the the ripple network ripple blockchain okay is is is different than what the X.. RPI token is right now. I will admit sometimes oftentimes when I'm transferring. A certain amount of of of anything of of any CRYPTO is consolidated in the ripple. And then I send it because is fast and I love being able to explain to people how fast ripple as I have no problem problem with the the use case ripple It it exists. There's there's something and it to me the only use case I found a ripple is literally you know. Sitting my tokens for point eight. The point be and then disseminating back into other other coins or wherever or caching something out of I need to but you know ripple I do I don't want to hate all on ripple and say everything. The thing about them is bad. But what makes people feel familiar and what they okay themselves with is that it has affiliation with banks that is built around around transfers for banks from bank to bank transactions at a large scale right and to me. That's a really strong and great great conversation opener and I hate to encourage ripple in any way but if that's the way that you have to have a conversation with somebody to at least have them take you seriously I think that's okay right now. I mean I go on and on about things I don't like about ripple I I definitely have issues as what crypto and blockchain and and Bitcoin are supposed to or what they were intended to be. But that is that's very quickly dissipating like the blockchain is for whatever use case you want to as long as it's legal right and I got no issues whatsoever with with people having a conversation about about report early on right. It's just important that you also mentioned why there's differences and that's that should be its own show. That's probably something I need to bring Ashworth back on so she can explain. She doesn't really well. So yeah you think X.. Surpise going to rise from the BTC ashes or what since BTC's.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

09:45 min | 8 months ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"What's up cream Radio Ismat Joe Blackburn? Joined with me is are the managers. Can't Paulie what's going on Jim. Oh my goodness what a week. The game boys pack it up. Qurna go home bitcoins done see Aleida a `love' `love' Jim. Great great great use of that awesome system. You've got back over there well what's up. WBZ Say thanks Jim for that. Awesome intro in that that welcome. Obviously obviously bitcoins. Could've been a little bit steadier. Seventy one hundred seventy one fifty. I feel like if we stay at this price for pretty bullish actually moving up at some point. Of course it's opinion. I'm always bullish Polish. Shut up jam. I don't WanNa hear all that Jim shaking his head for those less. Now I've been reading. I've been reading the facebook posts. I've been reading a a game over dude back it up. bitcoins done bitcoins bitcoins. Dead and buried my dude. I did hear some things but we'll get into that here shortly as people may notice here for the Thanksgiving. I'm at my folks house. I'm borrowing my dad's office. I'm sitting here trying to make Internet connection work down here in the state of Alabama Obama and Jim. I know you're back home in your typical Jimmy Fallon Studio so As this holiday we can get caught up you know and we get there on Thursday and happy could drive the be respectful. Losing me. Now I get you back your back. Yeah be respectful and have a safe holiday. I mean this is a holiday for the the. US folks we're talking worldwide. But I mean in the stop and take a second to just think about what. They're thankful for the United States and for me. That's how foolish I am on Bitcoin and Jim's got all these really crazy ideas because old new Jim. Oh there's been scouring Internet finding everything he can about. bitcoin is going down to two thousand hours. So tell me what you've learned. Yeah Oh yeah you know what I did see. Some people. Saint Two thousand a lot of people were saying thirty five hundred and then it'll bounce awesome. Then it'll die like it's GonNa Bounce just die again But yeah you know what two thousand and I feel like that could be too because the price is going down pack it up. BITCOINS joins over game over man. It was fun while lasted. Or you know Y- Gem I the thing is I understand and I appreciate the way. I don't think Jim actually feels feels that way. People were gonNA pretend like he does tonight. I don't think that's actually the case. But I love his ability to be the devil's advocate here. And we're GONNA have a slight discussion about this. You know your your thanksgiving. You seem bitcoin go down. Guess what twenty seventeen. We had an awesome Thanksgiving everybody but that twenty seventeen. The price was just about where it is today. Jim and that's what's funny. Is what a difference that feeling is because we were coming from the bottom of what we consider a low but it was really a high at that point which was at twelve fourteen. Fifteen twenty five hundred three thousand five thousand or runs next thing. You know November twenty seventeen Jim. Guess what. We're at six thousand bucks. Well guess what two years later. We're at six seven thousand bucks. Guess what last year I I think what we were around six or seven thousand bucks. You know I mean it's it's been pretty consistent how this the November's have been around this price regardless list of which sit at what sediment you feel. It's been steady at this price. Isn't that interesting. Yeah Yeah I mean I have heard the other side of it is people say it's just the holiday holiday sale. It's just bitcoin. Though the Black Friday came early for bitcoin still just slashing prices. So you can get in on it now. Is there like you mentioned you know Thanksgiving you know we're we're. We're on the cusp here. Now for the people that do go home for Thanksgiving and you you try to talk to your family about crypto. Now if they get a little wind of this you have to try to explain yourself now with this. I guess the Fund is the right word shirt regularly yet. No I think it's a great question especially because you know. We have bitcoin for Christmas right. So mouse felt myself. Jim Josh Donaldson View. Others Ashley Meredith. Obviously in all the great work with mouse vogue is the developers. You know we really All pitched in our thoughts ideas we put together all these things to be able to have this conversation with folks and although it says Bitcoin for Christmas I mean it's irrelevant with the holiday is or whether it's a holiday or not. It's just a place to go and be able to have resources that allow you to not only see. Hey this is a way to to be able to Explain certain information but the guide allow others to figure it out for themselves. which I think's really special? It's important that we recognize that. This is hard to understand. It's a concept that people we are ready probably have a generic idea about and if they had thought really highly of it already began. So everybody you're talking to hasn't bought end right folks so that that population that people that have not bought in they they need to be spoken to and you don't have to fight with them to get your point across right if you start arguing you're going to be like oh big ones right and there'd be like bitcoins wrong just because people just argue they all have this idea that we're all on the Internet still and at and a little bit of money instead of flavor you're GonNa get a recipe for disaster so handling yourself properly really important Jim to to your point here. I think it's very important time for people to get caught up refresh on the basics of bitcoin. Why does it matter? How does it work? What is the expectations? And what was Sushi's original intentions. What we're his? What was the reasons why he was doing this? And if you think back people if you go back to two thousand eight in there in the financial crisis does it surprise you. That two thousand nine you know the to- she's worked began and then by two thousand ten January two thousand ten. You know we were really up and going going in two thousand nine. We're up going January. And then she did. We made our our first one year anniversary of a a working product. That's why we are here today right so think about that not. Bitcoin was literally born from that moment in time that financial crisis whoever they are that person he or she or non binary as as Actually likes to remind me It it's irrelevant. Who Said Oh she is I just know this? They saw that there was a problem. They fix it they say. Here's a solution rather than complained rather than vote for this person that person who has done nothing they just fixed it and we're used but yeah but that's kind of my thing though. Is that the monkey wrench into the idea of Bitcoin for Christmas. Because does it make it a tougher sell right now because even people in the community acts acts like it's dead and I understand that just because the highs and lows of you know watching the charts and all that but it's almost harder to talk about now when you have it's like you have more of a barrier to go up against the try to explain someone not in the space because if you tell them about bitcoin and then they google it and they see we all these articles that are about how bitcoin going down the you know how do you do. You have tips to overcome that or just kind of focused more on the other positives positives behind something like rather than the pricing yet. Though I mean obviously as we all know don't want to get shot Josh Danielson good to see you man. Tim Pace AC- the Andrews on there. I was just arguing. We I think we were kind of arguing about Tesla but we really we weren't. We're kind of saying the same thing so good to see you as always ap but look the barriers the expectations of a conversation. How to to to get in how to how the new words it comes down to this gym Jim and this is my honest opinion? Is that you can't force this concept on people now for Bitcoin for Christmas. If we're smart what we're doing is buying five or ten dollars for our friends and family and giving that away. Bitcoin for Christmas is my in my opinion. It stands for me giving you Jim or getting my brothers or somebody. Bitcoin and there is no better way of getting through somebody then saying here. Here's some bitcoin for free. Even if it's just five bucks right yes everybody not not not. Everybody's able to incapable of doing that. I get it. I'm not in your to pass judgment or say say one thing or the next I can at least portray this image though in that as a magic. Everybody in crypto giving a little bit of Bitcoin and how how many people are going to have them start paying attention to what bitcoins doing and if they start seeing maybe it's going up maybe it's going down. Maybe they're starting to to put into perspective. How this thing works? Maybe they're trying to send it to their new bitcoin wallet because they wanted to add some more. Maybe they're now able to explain to somebody. Hey I got bitcoin and it becomes popular. Hey look someone gave it. I've got it actually. I think it's up a little bit. Like five like fifty cents. They only give me two dollars. But you know that's that's the beauty of this whole thing is that it's it's it's always been you know peer to peer even marketing right. There's nobody marketing Bitcoin Actually I take that back If you haven't heard or seen it yet folks you're going to see a very soon. And that is the white furred Verte. Football Club from the Premier League is Bitcoin on their sleeve. You know and I mean. Think about that. If you're in the premier league every time someone from that team scores and they raised their hand and excitement. You're going to see big went on that shoulder. A Little Birdie told me you can get more information about that on Friday show by the way. Oh Nice be on the look out. So yes and of course. I just interviewed them as Jim. The the One of the producers and editors the entire show. WHO's listening to every single word probably more than me You know he's he so kindly let us know that. That's the Friday show so be excited about that folks. 'cause it's GONNA be exciting. Hey Do you think that's a decent understand like that's the way I portray it to answer your question like what do you think Jim. Is that good enough in your opinion. Yeah I think so and I guess it's just the tough thing like putting it in those terms though is if you give like I'm just thinking more from the I guess quote normally perspective affective because I i. I'm not quite enormous..

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Man. It's going to hit ten thousand. It's gonna collapse. I better get out and before you know it alls buying back in the eleven thousand dollars yeah again. Stop and you know my favorite is just from like an outsider's point <hes> perspective like reading c._t. And stuff like that because you know everyone's runs got their charts and they're interesting to look at you could tell that some people put like a lot of work in like shadows the tim pace i like that and he he puts some good stuff out there and then other random but some stuff up sometimes it's thrown together but you'll always see the commenters that are like nah how fun it's going to three and and i but i i feel like there's a few like <hes> places. That person comes from. It's either just straight troll which is fine. Those are fun or it's those people that are hoping because they already sold at eight or something and they're like faulk. It's going down and they're just they feel like they can maybe put that energy out there and mike scare people and hope it'll go down so they can buy back in because they know it's going back up. Yep now. What you just said is essentially true but you're missing of really key component in that's the day hey trader okay. The person who do you and this is obviously. I don't know how much i know that it's minimal and the investing world has admitted earlier but do you know what shorting is. I have like a basic understanding where like you you might even just by at say. It's at nine thousand you buy nine thousand then like what cell when it gets to like ninety five and then it goes down and by again like with the extra money or something is that so it's like this. Let's say and we're just gonna use even numbers here because it's simple but let's just say at ten thousand dollars. You don't think is going to keep going up so what you do. Is you have zero bitcoin. All you have is cash. Okay okay but you're gonna bet that. It's gonna go down so what you're gonna do is. You're going to take your considering the banks. The banks bitcoin you're going to actually borrow bitcoin coin from that bank and you're going to sell it back to somebody else okay and what you're gonna do and then hope that it goes down and then all you gotta do is return turn bitcoin you borrowed so if you borrowed one bitcoin right all you owe the bank is is when bitcoin all right but you soul you borrow the you borrow that that at one bitcoin from the bank but then you sold it to regular people or whoever it was that bought it from you and then after it goes back down to nine thousand dollars you then by that one bitcoin back so now you've got that bitcoin at nine thousand dollars but the bank doesn't care they just want their one bitcoin back pocket the different house and bucks okay in two thousand dollars right so that's what shorting is you borrow the bitcoin. You don't have to have any you borrow that bitcoin bitcoin you then sell it to the open market and then but here's the thing is if it goes up now. You owe the different so if it goes eleven thousand you bought it at ten. Now you're down the extra thousand bucks. Hey hey that's the risk you take now. I ask that question because i explained that because that day that day trader who's on that who's in the form saying oh you know what's going down to ninety two hundred dollars today like short it now because he's trying to pile people on so you just turn that long potential long buyer person who thinks it's going up into on. Maybe i'm gonna short it today or i'm gonna tell my bitcoin and help the price. You know have some pressure half suppress the prices. You know where you're you're. You're selling into that that market which which is one less person. That's going to help the market. Go up you know and you're in essence what you're doing is you're trying to manipulate the market and this is anybody who ever talks talks about market period. You know everybody has an agenda everybody. Some people do just give their opinions. You're like oh. I can look at the chart doesn't look like i would buy right now. Okay that's a fair. It's a fair assessment but when you say it's going to go down to nineteen hundred there's probably some facts behind that typically the people who get prices interest forever right so you can kind of go back to i go back to people's predictions all the time including my own and just to see where we stand compared to to to what i was thinking back then but you know there's there's a excuse. There's a reason why people say these things yeah well. No that's great because it's like a great parallel for just like life in general. It's like joe. Who do you trust man. Who can you trust out there. Some people come to you smile in your face and they tell you it's gonna go down to five thousand and you better cell right away. But are they right or are. They just trying to get that fear and you 'cause. They're trying to make something themselves <hes> well. I mean i don't know how much longer you wanna go. Oh but maybe i hit you with my own version of quick fire here. Go do it bro scared and i don't think you're getting you know what and before. I even asked this question. I don't think you're gonna answer threat because go ahead. Here's my thing with joe. Blackburn joe blackburn gets pretty political. Sometimes sometimes not political political but i mean like like a politician. I we you rightfully. You know you wanna be you got that southern hospitality. You're polite man and that's great but joe blackburn. Who are you beefing with right now. Who are you beat. Who do you got beef with the devil the devil i mean here's the thing is that i do not hold grudges or people that that i have gone back and forth with but the thing is the haters make you famous. I mean look donald trump got elected because c._n._n. Wouldn't stop talking about him. I stand by that. I don't care who you are what you say c._n._n. Made everybody either love or hate donald trump have they just never even talked about donald trump. I swear to god he wouldn't have even been the last three so let's thing if someone's beeping with me i mean okay with it you know. I don't think i did anything wrong like i'm sorry bro but no. I think that's totally right because if you if you if you look at something twitter for example and if if you see someone someone's name trending a lot of times it's just people either saying like why is the sky trending why is so and so training wise those trading real not realizing that they're making that person trend like you and they probably hate. They're like hey this person why they try and and it's like well. Why are you contributing so and then we'll get on and then you're like oh yeah. This person sucks you know just contribute to the madness exactly now. You don't have to answer this one but do you think anyone's beefing with you. Oh i hope so yeah that's good answer. John mcafee are beefing that star some beef of bat mac i would i would. I would inherently just like lose that like there's no question it's not something i can win but but i would love to have some beef with something like that. Donald trump beefing it. You wanna call 'cause. He called him out actually yeah that's good though because then you get like a bunch of people that hate them just on your side immediately easily. They don't even care anything else about you. Just don't like trump and for the record that's not. I'm not like talking bad about trump there. I neither love or hate donald trump. I'm not like your typical oil merican who has just one set opinion <hes> just as a preface or as a post disclaimer anyways but hold on hold on to my answer that is verse off. I also i did call donald trump recently. I said next time you talk bad about bitcoin. Can you please tag me yeah. Let's get call now joe blackberries dont have you ever had your heartbroken of course not harm stung bro the kid dude things are perfect all the time. I'm not even not in like junior high like man yes of course now obviously i was just being bad ass yeah dude we all we all. We've all had some some something like that but i'll tell you my biggest heartbreak has come from the university of florida florida gators football team which <hes> when steve spurrier left the gators <hes> <hes> to go to the n._f._l. To be the head coach my heart was genuinely and real like no joke. I was depressed. I didn't come out of my room. I was mine. I was like fifteen of time but i was really disappointed. I remember exactly where it was when he said it and then reminded it to me afterwards so say what you want those were by biggest heartbreaks why you could tell that that's that's real talk doc because you like remember the time place you remember where you were. It's one of those you know. Do you remember where you were. You were when kennedy was shot type questions as a confined exactly right and i'll tell you this to to kind of add onto that is that when urban meyer actually retired for the first time my ex girlfriend at the time was a pretty recent ex girlfriend made sure that she was the very first person to let me know that that happened 'cause she knew how much you meant to me sweet the one that got away no no no not clearly yes. I know just mature milwaukee. I've met joe's family is a wonderful family is the lie he has a lovable wife's sweet as a button <hes> great home <hes> <hes> <hes> now now that i say that forgive this question. This is a couple of weeks. I got a couple of blue questions to ask you. <hes> are you tired of dick's pussies and astles a couple of them all the above a couple of them. I mean it is what it is you know grown ass man and and <hes> the last one this is just this is what i i asked these questions to anyone. I have on my heart questions by the way you are not going easy on me. I've i have a few other ones. I can't remember off my head. There's other one when it comes to porno now. If you ever did partake whether it be pre-marriage whatever you prefer a storyline nine or gonzo where scene that's that's a really interesting question. <hes> you know i'm <hes> i'll have to answer this like you know. I'm an amateur podcast saw. The amateur amateur aspect would probably be what for me best. I appreciate you even even even attempts to answer my questions. I think are very relevant to everybody. Nobody who listens to this show at one way or the next i i mean i guess i think that about does it is. Is there anything you think we might have missed on that we should we should get into no you just killed at jimbo and i'll tell you this to hopefully there will be many instances of our you know tag team combo on this stuff. I didn't really get to ask you a lot of questions this time but i'm sure we'll kind of go back and forth and we'll have more than one opportunity absolutely no. This has been great. This is a blast. I hope you had a lot of fun as well joe. Thank you so much for partaken some wisdom on me <hes> especially when it comes to the crypto verse i feel like i feel like your passion and your knowledge. It's it's it's infectious. It's it's easy to pick up. I think that's why <hes> your perfect to host the show like bitcoin radio and <hes> thank you so much well jim. That goes both ways you. You did a phenomenal job. I hope i did not bore you too much and until next time i am so grateful and we'll look forward to when we do this again all right bitcoin radio. You heard that you heard it from the man himself. Not me this time but jim scamper away jim. Thank you so much today for <hes> coming on and having some fun. I know you enjoyed it. Oh yeah absolutely i. It's very knowledgeable and thank you for having me on a lot of fun absolutely all right. Look bickering radio. Listen you know what time it is. It is time for you to hear how the kripo verse belongs to all of us and what that means is that means. It's it's our responsibility to take care of it. Don't you dare faltering those responsibilities. We gotta do our best. We've got.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"It would be bad for them in a lot of ways right so business. Eh governments make a lot of money and taxes in other ways <hes> that i won't get into a method moments <hes> but it's a topic that i enjoyed talking about and like you said that's almost almost another podcast in itself. Yeah you're right joe. It's a there's a lot we could go over on that subject and we'll have to do at some point because i like doing it as well going back to kind of the purpose of like highlighting you in this podcast. Tim is <hes>. Let's let's give the audience a little bit of things to to kind of to oversee or at least you know. Give them some insight into what that ta group that you and i are going to be doing on that small small audience that you guys are put in that group. What is it like. What would you say is your number one priority as far as you know the knowledge that you're going to be sharing well. I want these people. They come a lot of these. People are coming into this group. Some of them have bearing knowledge and <hes> <hes> you know they're but they're still basically beginners. That have no idea how to read h._r. Properly and that's what my goal is is when they leave this class. I want them to be able to look at a chart with confidence and understand that what they're doing is what other traders are doing. What it's all about. It's like to me trading is like like a pack animal kind of thing where for everybody does basically the same thing and we come to the same results and that's why trading works because it's a self fulfilling prophecy and <hes> you know i want these people to understand dan that when they look at a chart they need to be able to identify a trend be able to throw him a nazi on there and be confident what they did feminine auntie through on there is right. You know a lot of people ask me. That is my fibonacci place right or you know what i mean. I want them to be able to be confident that they did it right. You know i think another good point that that i should make here is that this is all still so fresh on your mind you know if you've been trading for six years and you're going wanna teach new person you might be a great teacher may be very natural for that person to be able to explain to a new person but a lot of really good traders. They never went a lot of them. Don't have time to help you and number two when they do help you. They may have forgotten what those early obstacles may have been and they they may forget that this is important or the way that these things need to be explained is so so much more simplistic them. You're explaining it <hes> or that. You're missing something completely altogether right and i think with your experience and how recent is and your success you know that this is something that that will come very natural and easy for you because that's what's been on the forefront of your mind from day one correct i guess fresh on my mind joe love sharing the knowledge i have have so far and <hes> you know have enough knowledge to teach people enough to get them on chart and have a little confidence so <hes> with with ben in my back but i had a lot more experience than me so we're making a good team and we're gonna make a good course and <hes>. Hopefully i plan on doing this more than once so i know that a lot of people were kinda bummed out. They didn't make the first class but i mean we will likely do this again. We're trying to make content that we can share over and over. You know what i mean so <hes> don't <hes> don't tread don't be upset. You will get your chance pressure man and as we wind down this giveaway for the bitcoin radio <hes> <hes> launch you know it's been really special to me that the support that i've had from the community i know that we both share that same sentiment because you're dealing with a a lot of the support that you've gotten and it really motivates you. So <hes> i appreciate you coming on and helping support meantime. You've always been one of the <hes> the the people several of you of course. I don't wanna leave any out but you've definitely in that group. That's always had my back in been encouraging for me to do this because sometimes the same way that you don't realize why. Are you doing this kind of the reason why you know i have some more thoughts. I don't know if i'm really that good at what i do right. I have a lot of confidence at this point and i will admit podcast very different than just do my videos in front of the audience that i'm so oh comfortable with and and know how to entertain and also i feel like half my half my values just watching me look like a fool. I'm video. You know it's fun <hes> but nevertheless man. I can relate played a lot with you tim well. I never miss your lives joe. You are a good you're good. You're good on camera. I appreciate that and also it. I'll even goes far to say like you know that's. That's something that i know for a fact that i wasn't always good at doing. I wasn't always great at that and you know. I just had to do it right and it's the same thing that you had to do. You had to just get out and do it. Start taking it more seriously and start preparing yourself and you did matt and the success that you gained from that. Tim is not just as irving. I can't think of a better person to to to be doing how you're doing. It like you're the only person i've ever seen in my life and i'll even go as far as to say this house. Has there ever been anybody starting brand. New you like the way that you have and i still consider you brand new to the big the big picture here <hes> end up being the number one author bitcoin and trading view. You know i don't know anybody somebody joe. I i get kinda. I don't like to brag but you know. I did go to number one pretty quick and it was a humbling doing just see my name that high and you. You're the first person to admit you're not number one because you know exactly what you're doing. I think i think you <hes> you kind of pegged at your. You know your number one because you care right. I think people pick up on that and you know also my analysis is a really genuine in a way so. I think that they appreciate appreciate the way i describe the charts and you know it's just it's developed a good following so i'm very implicit and i'm. I'm happy to see where this goes absolutely do all right so i'm gonna wind it down from here tim. Let's let's make sure we end though and and you can tell everybody where to find you. Okay yeah you so you can follow me on facebook <unk> tempest t- i._m. P._a._c. and <hes> or you can follow me on trading view. It's heisenberg b._t._c. so if you want to follow me on trading that's where most of my followers are also on twitter. You can follow me at ten thirty. That's my handle. No underscores no anything you think no no ten thirty on twitter you know the cool thing about tim basis twitter. Is that all his trading view charts. They actually get posted it to twitter. He's got. He's got got a saint up so i followed him on. There and i'm very grateful makes it easy for me to know kinda. Get alert when ten posts so. I can go see what he's doing next. You know even though i see it on facebook to see it in all areas but i also support you to tim. I appreciate that joe yeah. I post to charter d._n._c. c._t. That's my sometimes more sometimes more yeah man. I'm really grateful for that to who tim i know the community appreciates it all right anyways tim. Thanks a lot for coming on bitcoin radio. It means a lot that you're listening. I hope you really enjoyed today's podcast. It means a lot to me to have. Have someone like tim. Come on as i've said before he's a friend he's been instrumental to some of the recent success of c. c. t. he's poured heart and soul and he does it for free. He does it because he cares. He wants bitcoin to be successful. He wants to be successful. Some people argued people folks and you're and you're listening tempests. Who's one of those people tam. Thanks again man. Hey it was great being on his show joe dude. It's my pleasure. It'll happen again. We're following you closely tam and can't wait to see what happens next. I look forward to be on again absolutely all right the radio they scan. We'll see you next time. This is where bitcoin lives. Don't forget it mash that subscribe button. If you haven't yet we will do this again. Sir.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

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10:27 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I was lost until i watched that video sure and that's something that we need a riposte and see steve pretty soon but <hes> i may even put it in the comments for anybody who who listens because i agree that i remember that video very very clearly and i know also that that tied <hes> he he's been kind of <hes> talking about potentially moving his channel away from from youtube to which would mean that won't be available bony more but you might wanna watch while you can't in other words people <hes> but we'll kind of shift a little bit tim to this part in that. Is you know what are your expectations of of what you've done like foundation that you personally built right and now you're helping other people. What do you think this what's next for you. Where where do you think this is. Gonna take you you. You know joe <hes>. I'm really playing it by ear because i haven't been doing it that long. But you know have a lot of things in mind you know. I'd like to help people more as i grow but i'm not in a rush to do more advanced training because i still need my own. I still need my own experience. Experience only comes through time so i'm i'm going to need to gain some experience by looking at charts and it's gonna take a long time before i'm always confident enough to start a more advanced class for technical analysis analysts were i actually you know something like todd would for instance but <hes> for right now you know <hes> taken in one day at a time a ah taken as far as i can gio. I really didn't expect a response. I have right now and <hes> it's overwhelming but it's flattering at the same time and <hes> i'm i. I'm enjoying every minute of it so my plans are to keep enjoying it and <hes> as long as i keep enjoying it and maybe i could make some money owning it too but that's my main goal on my main goal is to help others in enjoy and if the money comes that's great absolutely you know that brings brings up a good point. Tim and this is something i profess for very long time right now. Is that a lot of cryptos bic. Bitcoins issues are the lack of understanding and everything not just like you know how to trade but it's just an uneducated in very immature market now if you look at from from that today's date compared to twenty seventeen eighteen. We look like you know a little bit more grown up. I would say that i would i would even go as far as we've matured at an exponential rate the same way that bitcoin has matured. It's there's there's was another step each way and you're always going to attract in this industry right now. You're going to track people who may not be here for the right reasons and that's that happens in anything where there's an opportunity to make money potentially but overall the communities are becoming way more aware of what's right and wrong. The influencers are being you know being being held very accountable as they should you know i know i had to grow and i know i needed. I needed to mature in my own development and my own presentation of of my thoughts and from twenty sixteen twenty seventeen where it was. You know what's next coyne. I'm going to buy it's now more of an ideology. I have watched the space. Get get more and better prepared and <hes> for really i'd say since really the beginning of the bear market when real realistic expectations began to kind of settle in to where we were and that these these all coins weren't going to go up for forever. It was very easy to be right in two thousand seventeen. It was very easy to be wrong in two thousand eighteen. Even the people who typically i would say are always right the ones that actually know what they've been doing. Those people took a hard hit and you know. Some of them lost their credibility. Some of them deserve to lose credibility but a lot of them. You know were especially ones ends up with it for the right reasons. They had a very hard twenty eighteen and you know it helped. It helped a lot of people to understand. Don't be relying on person. Don't you dare just by something without doing your own research wjr and you better make sure and i'm going to say this. I'm going to be very careful how i say it but you better make sure that you take responsibility you know and people don't want wants to place blame right. They like to not be wrong. They like it to be somebody else's fault. They like just cycle psychologically. They want to not be at at fault for their mistakes. Now twenty seventeen and beginning of two thousand eighteen it was it was it was just trusted everybody right. I mean if they've been right a couple at the time boom. I it's worth. It's worth the risk but then everybody was a lot of people would be a little bit disappointed. You know a as two thousand eighteen world around. Wouldn't you say tom yeah you know in twenty seventeen you throw a dart in with the blindfold on a hit a i._c._o. Or hit a a coin that was going to multiply fifty times you know and it was just an amazing time when i when i first got in i got in november. Two thousand seventeen and i put some money in bitcoin a._t._m. And atoll it all. I started for me but you know i really didn't find out much about alz until all season was over but it was still very exciting. You know i remember member road bullish huge back then even the people at my work. We're talking about people that never talk about. Cryptocurrency was talking. We're talking about ripple and i was always intrigued by when i was a ah still new back then you know what i was looking for the next <hes> you know get rags to riches coin. Sir ripple did do that. That's for sure you're right. You know twenty eighteen was more of a <hes> defining year. I think if you stuck around and you hung out through twenty eighteen urine my respect addict agreed that when we fall in that category and we have a lot of friends that did influence or not i mean moderators are not a lot of really great people especially in the c._c. Community but i mean other communities say like jeff's over that time period thomas a lot i think especially as the trading side goes you. You know if you're a good trader you could you could still make money you know where a lot of the holders. They suffer tremendously and i'm. I'm way more of a holder than i am. A traitor and i'm still feeling the effects of that whereas has trades sometimes great. Sometimes i did not so great but i was still doing something you know. The holding was just constantly negative for the entire year. I mean there was no success in twenty eighteen and that carried over until early twenty nineteen where before we broke out of that bear the bear market correct correct in february. Actually i think it was february february eighteenth when it started turning around by the way for the record on january six. I made a post. It's still out there. I said i personally believe in my opinion that winter is over so only post xybernaut about one or being over and i call it on that day now actually think that i knew that a couple of days before i think there were indicators. I don't want to like i'm no. I'm not but i could feel the tide turning in like you said in february we finally did there's some signs of life and then when we broke out of that that <hes> what was it we had to break thirty eight hundred or forty two hundred. I can't remember now thirty two hundred yeah we went way down thirty two hundred that's for sure but when when it had gone back up i think once we broke through like forty two hundred or something like that i think there was a little bit of like really early like glimmers of hope at that point and i can't remember what actually was the price when we actually broke out of the bertrand but regardless we did to him and we're here now. We're sitting at eleven and a a half. Ish you know what's what's next bitcoin do. What do you think i mean without giving numbers you know. I think there's a lot of room for bitcoin to grow. I'm a very big fan of bitcoin bitcoin. You know i've done over one hundred coin reviews and a bitcoin is the only coin i touch so i should tell you right there. I don't trust all all coins as much you know it doesn't trade him but my main goal is to obtain more sats nothing more if i'm gonna trade all at all. I'm gonna use it for. I think bitcoin is going to grow. It's going to grow very big. It's going to be like gold in my eyes. I don't think it's going to be a medium of exchange. It could be whitening network catches on but i mean that's that's a whole different podcast but <hes> absolutely you know the i think at the end of the day bitcoin gold in the fact that is the store of value and if it if if if it turns out to be historic value i think bitcoin wins dude. Were on the exact same page. I don't even think that it worked and it. It doesn't even need to work as a means of payment. You know there's there's plenty of opportunities and i think stable coins will pr- probably own that department but like you said to me. Bitcoin is digital gold. It's very cliche to say but there's absolutely no doubt my mind that it serves the purpose of a store of value in that department then does better than a ah cryptocurrency in in means of payment. It just doesn't have to do that to be successful. You know it's limited. It's finite. It's decentralized. We need to have value away from governments away from stable coins which tend to sometimes be be more manipulated than they they are stable and we we see that with the dollar the u._s. Dollar is supposed to be stable able in theory to an extent but inflates you know why because they print more money and you know when you have something like tether which is stable. It's honored as such but can contenders contenders contenders mode of <hes> of of printing actually sustain. You know i mean what if it goes back down at all that teller's leftover over what's going to happen to it right. I mean it's the same concept that same principle in which we deal with the u._s. Dollar <hes> you know. I don't want to get on the u._s._r. Bashing incident because i am an american and i use u._s. Dollars hours all the time but it'd be crazy not to admit that there's some big holes and faults in it and is that success of the u._s. are sustainable. You know that's one reason why i love. Bitcoin bitcoin is that we know there's only going to be twenty one million bitcoin ever minted and or mind. I'm sorry and it's nothing are the u._s. Dollar is just printed nonstop. It seems like and there's no accountability. There's a lot of accountability with bitcoin. We know exactly how it's gonna work. Mathworks works wonderful and big point is a perfect example of that absolutely absolutely and i know we both we both share that same conceptual -ality of what critics chr crypto and specifically bitcoin can do for for this planet <hes> but let's and we kinda sidestep a little bit here too because this is one of my favorite topics you know we we have politics that go on we have you know wars and <hes> disagreements between nations but the one thing that always comes down to is money and when you can offer a more simplistic simplistic and fair actually simplistic may not be the right word but a more fair means of <hes> of transferring wealth whether it be from country to country or person to person without without the need of the government to oversee this you know of course we all know the governments don't like the idea of bitcoin they would..

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Bitcoin author for trading view. That's the truth is the truth for the last three weeks. At least yes and how the heck does something like that happen heisenberg you know i think it's mainly because of my analysis. I try to be myself when i explained the charts and i think a lot of people appreciate that there. I'm not trying to blow smoke up. Anybody's you know i'm just trying to explain how i feel about certain things i see on the chart and and you know and people could see me progressing growing and i've noticed my following whenever i became top author might followers went from less than a hundred to a thousand and twenty overnight yes and it was just amazing to see the response you know and tim and i know this about you know you have have felt undeserving of that attention but you recognize that that that stager now on and people have really been attracted to this journey including myself. Obviously we're friends but i've also watch this from audience member not as just your friend is someone who's who's been very fond and very proud of your progression but also learning myself. You know there's a lot of things that i've learned through either you that i was able to reaffirm that i didn't know to using that way or if i if i just simply didn't know something at all right and i think that you brought attention to this in a way that has not been done before that also you know that there's a reason why you didn't want bitcoin author trading view and i think it's because of your interaction interaction and how much time you spend with the comments in the comments commenting people but also you're right and <hes> you know i spent a lot of time with my <hes> followers on trading as well when they comment on my charts. I'm always willing to converse with them and i think they appreciate that as well. Everybody's you could tell well i mean <hes> people are starting to post their charts on my comment section to get attention so you know it's it's flattering but at the same time i know i still have a lot to learn so i wanna take this one step at a time. I don't want anybody to think that when i posted chart that you know this is from a very experienced trader and you know get messages all the time that as the you know ask for my help asked for my assistance and stuff and i'm just not ready for that you know <hes> i'm take this one step at a time and you know start start from the bottom and go up absolutely and that's your responsibility right just like your mind or anybody else's to admit when you don't know something and to make sure that people recognize tim that that you're doing this as a learning experiment as much as anything else. It may not be experiment to you but but you are you're aware of this is an experiment that is happening for your followers and this is another point. I wanna make sure that the audience is listening in really pays attention to is this is that you know no matter if he's great he's bad at ta no matter if he's not progressing at the same rate as he was a month ago or slows down and where he gets to it's the interaction and the ability to watch and learn and be aware that these are the simple mistakes these mistakes that are common. These are mistakes that are hard to identify. You're all those conversations are happening. Underneath those charts that you're posting you know not every partner not every chart blows up the same way not every chart gets as much attention as the other one before but but it's that that sequence of events that leads to that pop or that sequence of events that leads to that drop right and that's when you can kind of go back and say hey tim has been talking about the potential of this happening happening or he missed this one bad because of this reason and then you go back through and you say hey i miss this right. It's that journey. That is so incredibly engaging. You know it's just it's it's a different. It's a different way of of learning in. It's it's live. It's been happening in real time. Yeah i agree joe in you know every time i posted charton i i had no has potential. Nobody wrong and i know i have the potential to be ridiculed and i'm willing to accept that you know that's part of though as part of the journey you know you try your best to avoid it but an also helps you sharpen your senses. You know you just don't want it way. A chart down and everybody see you're wrong by amr. Guess what i'm gonna learn from. It and i'm gonna go mama and that's all there is to it so yeah. You're also not hiding from it either correct correct. I always admit when i'm wrong. I'll come to that chart and say well. I was way the off here and you know. I think most people are are they. They recognize that you know that you're not posting something that supposed to predict and b. b. b. b. right. I mean notes coach. No trader or know charter is going to be right all the time no matter if you're the best charts in the world or you're a beginner you're going to be wrong. Sometimes and you know i think any any of the the the people got a following your charts. They they obviously recognize. You know that you are still learning because you tell them and you remind them so often. But what would you say like the most common things that you're hearing from these people. Are you making the same mistakes are do you feel like people are actually learning the most common thing people ask me or that. I come mm across seems to be. You know just people asking basic questions about t._a. Like why is this line here or why. Did you do this here. What is this what is the fifth naci for instance and you know it's a it's just the basic things that you learn as you progress and you know that's one reason why we mean ben started a t._a. Group where we're teaching beginners the wage trade and we just started it like last week week and we're at the beginning but we are progressing were teaching. Some people just the basics of t._a. You know that's all i can really teach so tribuna know what a moving moving averages an m._a. Like i said that's what i was. That's really i remember somebody telling somebody else in may during a conversation i said what the heck is the m._a. And i just didn't ask them because i look like four and there's a lot of people liked the inner worry to ask in a open forum like c. c. t. i think sometimes because because there were they think they're going to get ridiculed and it's not allies. Sometimes people are trolls and you know it's. I want people to understand. I'm not going to ridicule them for asking missile questionably yeah and i think there's a big distinguish you can you can distinguish what you're doing and which what somebody who's giving signals or trading advice. That's not what you're doing and i've i've been privileged to hear you conversation and been part of some of them about like the goals of this group that you're doing and you know it is for beginners and it's just the foundations. It's what is resistance. What is what does support trend line. It's the basic core principles to prepare you to learn a trade and i know that when i made that post tha ah to gauge the interest how big was that. How big was that response to man i think i think there were six hundred comments total. It was out of that. I could not believe how many people responded. I was overwhelmed yeah. It was passed six hundred. I think even got cross seven hundred at some point but yeah i i completely agree. I was actually really expecting two hundred three hundred you know engagements. I mean if you include likes and loves and and hearts and probably laughing faces it was it was probably well over at one point five thousand reactions of some capacity and you know there. There's there's no substitute to affirmation than engagement that way and it was a testament and people more like it was like your elvis presley walking around. You know like they were. They couldn't wait to hear from him and to be part of this group and we made it clear that we were going to try to keep that group around twenty five people. I think we're just around thirty just because there was so much a response we try to. We try to keep it <hes>. We don't want to be a we didn't want to exclude people that we know are we where we have certain relationships with and i know mr frederick frederick mayer racist hand to <hes> to to ask if he could also assist help with group at <hes> the point i'm making here is that you know the idea of just creating a foundational experience for someone who wants to learn to trade is a really important one and i really commend you and ben for stepping out and saying hey let's start with the basics and give these people an opportunity at least for the first twenty five people you know and i know the idea behind that keeping his mind too if you ask while twenty by people number one this is dubbed no charge and this is this is to help create an educated enough mind to take the next step into trading when you leave this group i i. I'm gonna speak for tam embiid barlow. Who's not on the call but i'm going to speak for a year for for a couple different reasons but we really need to make a disclaimer here. The idea is that you're not going to get the signal and make money the ideas not that you're going to be equipped to be a great trader. The idea is that you understand the terminology and a enough to know oh. This is where you get started at this. This is how i can go learn now. I'm prepared to at least understand the conversation which is very different than what most traitors experienced when they first start. Would you agree. Yes absolutely that's why i mean i started six months ago and i didn't even get a grasp of it until three months ago and i got a lot of help from the community utah blackburn ashra lston ernie bills all those people stepped up to home and i really appreciate everything they've done for me and if you know but it took a long time for me to get it because i did a lot of it on my own and with the if i would have had a class like this one i think it would have ushered mean to where now much faster agreed. That is an obstacle. That is very hard to overcome as you just admitted. You know what's an m._a. Like you don't even know where to i mean you might be able to go and even google search. It sure you go google search ah but then then what do you do with that information. You know there's a lot of things that indicators and names and words that need to be understood as a group to be able to truly take this seriously and you know identifying and then even becoming comfortable with what these words are actually doing or what they mean is probably in my opinion as someone who went through this myself at one point is probably the hardest part to get past. It's just that that learning curve of learning curve of what do i do with this information. Okay i know i know the fifty day. Moving average is now now. What do i do with it and although you're not going to sit there and you in both aren't gonna sit there and be like okay because this happened now. You're going to go long. Congratulations us made a little money. No absolutely not as much as people might like those things because people don't wanna work hard you wanna reward the ones who we're willing to work who are really really excited about this and who are about to put themselves in a position to at least have that foundation of knowledge to get started to the next step and like you mentioned you ashra olsen todd blackburn right these are people that have been instrumental might personal growth as well so to have people like that to look up to and you know obviously i know todd's videos were pretty inspirational to to to hunt him. Yeah absolutely joe. I remember watching one said the most important lesson for a traitor to know. I think that's what the name aim was. I remember when i watched it. I couldn't even stop. I had to stop watching halfway because i got so excited i rancho trading view and add to go play with the charge a little bit i was.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"This is the bitcoin our i'm your host joe blackburn and i'm so proud and so excited to have on ten pace that he's going to be joining us shortly split kind of a good week for everybody nobody for the last seven days now that we've seen this bob and hold into the eleven thousands and we're going to talk a little bit about that today baby if i can get him to agree <hes> but nevertheless let's go ahead and get started. I'll go ahead and introduce tim. Tim wants you say hello. Hey what's going on everybody. It's good to be here glad to have you on him. Tim you've kind of gotten a little bit of notoriety recently. Oh you were <hes>. The subject of a part of the conversation between me and jeff flake is from c._i. And <hes> you know obviously what you've been doing. This kind of taken hold hasn't it. Yeah it really has joel <hes> very very encouraged by the following have and you know by the progress. I've made and people are learning right along with me and it's a good thing tim. I kind of feel like your journey. Your are your experience over. The last three months is one that is like how how people get big right. I was thinking about this yesterday and we talked on the phone yesterday and <hes> and when we when when you first started this and when i as sort of watching you it's like do they could make a movie out of this guy. One navy turns out to be like the next genius. You know it's interesting stuff while i appreciate that joe immune to live coming from you but no doubt brother okay tim. Why don't we start before we even get into like the whole story. Let's just start with. What do you do right now like right now. You are a moderator on c. c. T. and let's kinda start about from the beginning like how did you. How did that happen for you from your perspective started posting c._c. T the my main goal was was to not hinder anyone like whenever i saw new person posting i went out on my way to help them in <hes> you know i think that started my journey. Crypto crypto was my desire to help people and it's also transferred into the trading but time progress y'all were looking for new mod- and you called me one day a and i was i didn't even volunteer for the job. I didn't think i had a chance but whenever you call me. I was very her memory and you know i was. I appreciate associated to call. It meant a lot so <hes> whenever i became a lot i took it serious and i figured i better create some good content and show him. I mean business <music> now tim. I remember very clearly like most people don't even know this. They won't remember it but <hes> maybe a few of you will but i'd made a post that we were actually looking for another moderator. You're in crypto coin trader and i had aren't we actually were looking for too. I think and your use specifically he was one of the people i knew for fact wanted like would want the position right and then i looked everywhere i didn't get like from you. I didn't get a comment. I didn't get anything. I was like way else. Talkative barlow's like been. Tim didn't because we knew him. It already talked about you. Tim didn't even acknowledge the post. Maybe he doesn't wanna do that. Kind of stuff you know and i was like i don't know i'm i'm still gonna talk to him. I at least gotta give them a chance to say no to me. I mean i'll at least do do that and so i called you. I was like i think what i said to you initially was tim. Why didn't you even like respond to back to the post of you're interested in a reason why i saw a few people that really respected and i think they were really joking but one of them volunteered to be ahmad so i stepped back because i was like well. I really respect her so but she would joking joking. So i mean you had told me that over the phone so it was one of those things where i kinda backed off because i have a lot of respect for the vets in this community and in but it worked out for the best. You know i mean i didn't want to. I don't know why i didn't comment. I should have commented. I really did want to be the mo b ahmad well it. It worked out great for both of us. I think and we'll we'll take that into the next subject and you know tim. I'm going to kind of process a little bit so just give me a second is that i i really want everybody to listen to tim story tonight and and really take it seriously like tim did not join c. as a traitor he didn't even join as has a moderator as a true trader he was just somebody who enjoyed crypto was very active probably thought he no. He knew a little bit but he was very very. I'm sure that he didn't know a lot of it and i think it's fair to say how to yeah for sure joe. That's perfect wakes. Put it fortunately i've got a chance to know you pretty well over the last year or so but <hes> but it took several months for for although tim you jump right in you became a great moderator and very active and very involved in and very thorough and the expectations -tations that we have for moderators <hes> and you know. I don't think outside of just some some pointers. Maybe some feedback. I don't think we've ever had any disagreements or even moderately like harsh conversations. We know it's been a great journey joe it. I enjoyed every minute of it me too. <hes> i absolutely agree with that statement but something happened about three three and a half three months ago somewhere between there where tim come just took the reins himself and said i'm gonna learn a trade. He was tired and i'm. I don't want to speak for ten too much. Everybody was tired of just not knowing what to do and we'll get that from his own words. I know the story very well. <hes> so obviously tim. I don't mean to tell your story for you especially while you're on the call but <hes> but nevertheless tim tim went out of his way to publicly <hes> explain to everybody that he didn't know what he was doing and that he wanted to learn a trade and thus began the hashtag w._t. Not f i d k which means what the do i know right right. That's right. That's right you know the. I started and i wanted to make sure everybody knew i. I didn't really know what i was doing. So that's why i started adding that to my post. Nobody really cared at the beginning. I mean actually started trying to post charts long before three three months probably about six months ago but it took months before i actually started even getting a understanding of what to do you know that was my that was my goal was us to post a chart and get ridiculed for it and learn from that ridicule and if it were to you know <hes> i think the community really took hold once they started learning and they saw me learning and they were like oh we've seen this guy go from absolutely horrible to somewhat decent. You know and i have a lot of people thanks for that but it's been a very intriguing journey absolutely tim well. I'll i'll i'll say this about you to tim is that your persistence to learn has has been unmatched. As far as i'm concerned you know <hes> i. It's not easy for people folks listening. It's not easy for people to put themselves out there in the crypto space <hes> the moment you say something or the moment you say you don't know something. Oftentimes you know you're held accountable to that like forever and <hes>. Tim took a quite different approach which i would even say one of the most unique po post <hes> that i remember that you've written kind of overview. The entire thing that we're talking about right now tim but that post to me was was very endearing and very impressive for many different reasons but essentially said this again. This isn't word for word but it was that you know my name and i don't know what the hell i'm doing and i'm gonna learn to trade and i wanna i do and i want you guys to learn with me. You know i don't remember the specifics. I just remember that was the context and that's what you meant and i loved it to him and you didn't. You didn't even get it approved by me or anything you you just said. I'm doing this and i was immediately. Attached immediately wanted to follow you myself and thought. How awesome is this journey going to be tim. What was the inspiration behind this. I know we kind of touched base on a little a bit but let's let's specifically talk about. What made you eventually say this. You know i was talking to some people one day on facebook just having a regular chat and they we started talking about trading a bit and it was like a in the comment section of a crypto page and <hes> you know they started using terms like m._a. Moving average and i didn't know what m._a. Was and i was really embarrassed to even ask them so you know it was just a it was time for me to learn some of the basics of t._a. Okay so. I didn't look like such a fool when i was talking to people because i've been in industry awhile and people have seen me progress but just haven't taken the time to learn that side of it so whenever i decided i'm going to learn this and i'm going to learn at least the basics and just went from there. You know i said you know this is actually more interesting than i thought it would be so just started posting charts and getting feedback and the feedback really helped me grow from c._t._o. The members of the c. c. t. a. lot because all of their different styles has molded me into the trader. I am today for sure town. I think that was a great way to explain it to and <hes> and i'll say this to the audience is that what most people forget about ten is that tim has not had any. There was never a point when tim's like. I'm gonna do this for fame. You don't know you don't realize the humbleness. This guy possesses and i've had to like convince him at times. You know that he deserves serves. The attention i think even right now like your your charts temp for even though you're just learning and based off of all the things that you've gone through the last has three and half months and obviously the progression has been fantastic but you're nowhere near great trader yet. You yourself admitted you know you're getting better. You know i know you feel comfortable with where you're at and you can kind of go into detail on that in a second but i know for a fact that you don't ever have never thought that you're ready like think you even think that even remotely yet. I think you know you can go and do things but you're still missing a whole bunch and i say that to the audience for this reason is that i've had to convince him that. This is a story. We're telling i've had to convince him that he's he's doing something. That's that's really special and the results have showed set or have showed that because who's the number one bitcoin author. I now trading view heisenberg b._t._c. e oh really you're the number one.

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"tim pace" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Late Night Parents

"I would totally own that movie. And I see it again and there twenty of them if quite a sit down. To watch. But man. Yeah. The the old comic books USA trail travel like parallel to like the civil rights era. This idea of mutants who are considered like black people. Why didn't they have rights and all that stuff? And I thought that sort of angle of it all began to get preachy. But this marvel avengers Tony stark. I am an aunt, ma'am. Atman my favorite of them, by the way. It's not as big in splashy. Let me know when I'm going on too long here, man. So it's not like ant man is not that big and splashy like all the, but it's it's did the heart to it and the little girl who's ended does a sweet job and defense. Got forget his name. It's hysterical. TI's pretty good in it. It's it's a nice. I mean, the villains are are kind of like week sorts, but that's fine for the for the temple of it. It's just a great action. PG I would call it G actually superhero movies compared to some of the grittier like I would say of these marvel which one I I would say the first arm man would sort of gritty and actually more comic book of of most of them to get most people on board. But it was also a fair amount of of propaganda film of American war, especially -ality, which is fine. I mean, the weapons of. Fine. I totally get that in the story. But this movie is just about a guy trying to get back to his daughter, essentially is is and everything he does in that is is designed to that end. He's got I've got three days to get off a house arrest and and be able to take my kid awhile. And that's that's his motivation for that whole movie and through the court. So that he loses the suit, and you know, he gets intercepted by these guys who what I'm talking about ironman too. I'm an aunt man to with watch the watts while that the whole arc of those two movies are kind of my favorites. But this one the comedy, and this one was good ragnarok was is my second favorite. I'd have to say, and because like it gave hope a chance to like speak in and like tell you what he was coming from. And then how they explained the whole. You know hawk thing is good too. I mean, those guys did a stellar job. I would just love to see. So it's twenty film kinda what do they call them? Not not when you get somebody to script. No. But before some of that, they specked like in Hollywood, they give you a spec script just like twenty thirty pays of what the the the script and gonna be just so you can get kind of I guess the money people can get a feel for it. And then there's one a battle with. I think it's ten pages. But I just level. They they're not writing Tim pace get for these movies because they've they know they have the backing for it. But yeah, like you get these spectrum of all of them. I'm pretty sure the spec script would like one hundred pages and all the actress scripts have to mount out if every move is ninety two a page on a minute on the screen at the page in the script. Right. So if every movie is an avenger in game was three hours. So that's what. Is that non eighteen I'm trying to do the math in my head about that's like three hundred pages of script. So that three hundred pages. How many pages was arm, man? Those who movies, right? You end up with a movie script, that's like fifteen hundred two thousand pages of all all really in a man when they when they start releasing this up in ten years by the script, but Disney is gonna make another ten billion dollars because I hate to say, but I may need the hard bound scripts of all these movies as well as in, you know, they're going to change the format now using DV not about say DVD, we stopped using DVD had them all on DVD. Now that you'll get them streaming. And then the next ten years, they'll probably be selling them to you in holograms, and you can sit amongst the the battle of New York amongst the rubble is arm and endorse. Do that thing around you these movies are the new, you know, the new? Fairy tales of our age when you could just. Cut your brain often go to something task world like my dad's age, I think it would swashbuckling movies right in the thirty that was Errol Flynn. And like, and they all did the the big move back in with like the jump on a pirate boat chip rather? And and slide down the sale with a nice, remember those things. So all these things are just I mean. You can be proud of him. But you should you should show them a fair amount of respect. But you shouldn't take them seriously. You know what I mean? So Jesse called you don't take him play doesn't mean you don't respect them. I mean, the art form and how much stuff way is it's intesting, but the people who are talking about it promotes violence, and you know, it it causes shooting. It's ridiculous. 'cause no one's also flying off a building they'll getting into giant car chases on trying to raid the mid with their ragtag band of of mercenary that are always in a a vengeance movies right into this question to me into the gate. We did you feel it was necessary to have that the the genocide approach included into the movie, you know, the just the whole premise of the Santo snatching. Yeah. Ten. Call each other side because his here. The thing genocide is sort of a loaded word and genocide also I I would use extinction. I'm gonna use extinct. Extinction is everybody Jimmy inside. Generally is about one particular group of people. So if you wanna say he did the snap and got rid of half of humans. Okay. That's a genocide. But he was talking about half of all life on the planet. So half of the birds half of the bees half of them in half of the women half of the frog. So half of the you know what I mean? So. I wouldn't call it a genocide. But I would what I call it population control, absolutely. So it's the hidden message about that is this this little model that we're on swinging around the sun shooting through space. It's getting overcrowded, and the people who tell you that, you know, we'll just go and live on Mars every dicusss. And that's that's my take away from it. You know what I mean? So what do you think you think you think Thanasis a Republican or democrat? You know, I hate to say it, but why would panels be a Republican or democrat? But something totally and completely new. I think sandals wouldn't be either. I think fantails would likely be Putin. Right. I mean, he's about getting it done. And if you're not gonna well not who who who is who from my who held of cover gene together with dark measures and bold action. And the world was feared to deal with them. Right. Her. Wow. If you could sort parts and all these characters who who be right. Who would be captain America who would be the the world villain? But even Santa's has support right? I mean people. Danielson is is a villain. Like Darth Vader was the villain. Right. You you sort of had disrespect the doctor. He's not a Bill in like.

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"tim pace" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

15:25 min | 1 year ago

"tim pace" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Randall Sullivan with us the name of his book, of course, is the curse of oak island, very thorough work. I don't want to talk about the end of the books. Randall I never do. But if you went back again, what would you look for? I'd be hoping that I've pushed onto this that the brothers would try to do a little more offshore investigation. Because like I said the ocean has risen and tunnels. I think entered at a point that is now underwater, so I think. More intensive search of the. See bottom very close to shore might repeal away him. The money pit. So that's what I'd encourage. But. When I when I go back when I do go back. I just look at what they've done and by the scale of it. And I mean, you know, they keep finding things I mean, it's Kim. Tim pacing makes endlessly fascinating. His people keep discovering things that are totally unexpected. I mean, the surveyor Fred Knowle's discovery of these five stolen five about six times. A former a perfect cross somebody. And then when geologists looked at them, they realize the bottles were to smooth to explain except had to be bragged into position. So somebody. Hundred years ago drag these stones wing and put them into the alignment of perfect GM geometric alignment up across. It's like why would I have no idea why they did that. But there had to be some reason. And it's stuff like that. You just keep endlessly finding could it could it be portal to something to some place. Well, I mean all could it be. I don't I certainly I told you before the very first time I said by the money pit I had that idea came to my mind that fear actually, it was actually you can feel it. I this sort of moment of panic and fear that there was something down there that might so. So. Seem completely irrational. If you put it out of my mind. Similar experience. It became less dismissive of it. Let's go back to the phones of this. Final segment. Anti in Alabama Hilla, Wendy, go ahead. I would look for laylines remote viewing. I see a huge game bigger than you can imagine. Go. Festival. When they would prey on. So they decided to create another entrance this before scuba diving. You'll be dangerous even the best scuba gear. Because. Well, let's give divers don't always make it especially if they go into tunnels. It's the worst thing for scuba diver to to do. So you said they were how many deaths that you know of Randy. There have been six, you know, man, somehow, that's that's created this legend. I'm not sure who originated. You know, the the pressure can be found until seventy died. So everybody's holding their breath. I guess to see who number seven is. And. Sure, nobody wants to be that person. But but there have been six confirmed downstream. Chase. I mean. What makes it so dangerous donder cave-ins? Came here, and he was running machinery deep underground crates carbon monoxide poisoning. But it's amazing. How many people have actually survived heathens nearly been killed in Greg out covered in bugs attached to the early days that happen regularly. It's actually amazing. This fewer having died. Or somebody's being lowered on? Bucket from collapsed. Fell to the bottom. That's one death row or a boiler exploded. Somebody was called to death. When you say that the some things have been found down there, some kinds of artifacts. What would they be beyond? Like, you said, a scissors. What else is out there? I mean when they pumped out one of the whole shafts near the money pit. They used air pressure to puppet. You know, all these scraps of metal that were soft metal. Pretty obviously from an earlier time, and then they were carbon dated. The chief metallurgy diagnosing company in the world. Which is I think it's in Sweden or something. Dated back to the to the. Before seventeen hundred. So I mean. To me, the most recent discoveries the human remains and the and the temperature cross. But but there, you know. But like, I said, you know, Fred Nolan finding those stones shape for cross and geologists confirming that they were dragged into position I mean that that would still. But, you know, having what they've actually blocked up from underground to make to confirm. It's all tantalizing. I mean, the thing that. In eighteen ninety five the first I drill was in town. They came up with some. It was really primitive drill color, and it was just some sort of stuff. Stuck in the mud rushing it out? And there was a one little thing. They couldn't identify. It was about the size of a kernel of corn or something. They took it to a local physician the best microscope in Nova Scotia. He used his tweezers to spread it out the microscope and it turned out. It was a piece of parchment with the. India ink with a quill pen and had just a few letters on it. But again, what was that doing down there and hold wasn't my gosh. They don't. Unknown Wilton and parchment. So it's clearly David, you know, to at least the seventeenth century east of the Rockies Philip is with us in New Jersey. Phil go ahead. Yes. Good evening. How are you gentlemen? Good 'til. Thank you. Yes. I had a two questions one if they travel this far across the oceans, and also you go ahead and bury this and they took the time to back then. Oh, I would figure maybe shovels and picks at best and they're digging down hundreds of feet deep where they're finding some of these artifacts now and even today with this material that we have what machinery and whatnot. We're we're. I've been one hell of a time trying to get to that depth. And once we got there, we're we're we're locked up and these guys apparently went through with shoveling picks to begin with and my second. The question was why would they go through the trouble of burying something so deep and so hard to access and never come back for that is exactly the sixty four thousand dollar question fill that we've been bantering around tonight. Why hide something where you might not be able to ever get it again? To me, if you're going to hide something you do it because you don't want anybody to find it us like it's evidence or something. And you're you're you're trying to hide something or cover something up. What do you think of that Randall? Well, I think that's possible. I mean, they can't entirely rule out the possibility that they did come back and get it. You know? Right. Who knows I mean? I mean, the the argument against that is the fact that the money pit was so perfectly intact. I mean, it was a shaft that had been dug out he'll softer the middle hard hard. Between these heart. Surrounded it, and you know, somebody come back that way to get the treasure. They wouldn't have sealed it all back up like it was just left a mess. So if they did get it they came in another way, or as you say they were trying to put something down there that no one would ever get when you think it was constructed. Well might have. I do have speculated about that. Just because based on early accounts of seeing these. The old oak stumps with Moscow going on the top of them. And then the new trees growing just. Arborist confirmed this. Had happened. Hundreds of years before discovery in seventeen ninety five wouldn't have looked that way. So it could you know, really couldn't have happened. If those early accounts are true. I don't think it couldn't have happened any sooner than about sixteen hundred how long do you think with primitive tools of shovels and picks? How long do you think it took to dig that hole in how many people had to be hoisted down in you know, up and down to do that one of the best engineering firms and candidates? I mentioned earlier which they got the schematics. They were using basically underground radar. You know? Map the thing and their their analysis was about one hundred thousand man hours, which they would have them forty men working for year. So I guess that's the answer forty that. That doesn't even include the beach. So right, where at least a hundred thousand pounds of removed, and the beach thing could have come later though. Right. It's possible. That's another thing about see you can't you can't definitively conclude that they all happen at the same time at one time or by the same group of people. I mean, it's occurred to me, and I'm not the only one that somebody the money pit the people that are them searchers who who were looking for this treasure before seventeen ninety five was the pit or the whole ever covered at any time. After it was opened up. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, initially when those those boys I got into it when twenty feet down, they covered it sort of loose fill the back in branches of things over to hide it because they didn't want anyone else to know about it. And in some civil years to find somebody who will put up the money. The money guy there and showed him what they had and he found investors too. Yeah. Create a real expedition. Dozens and dozens of people who were remarkable last eighty seventy feet. The money pit before it flooded. First time caller, Bruce in San Diego. Hi, bruce. Mr. Mr. Solomon, good good. Every with us. Yes. Just to get really right to the heart of this thing. It's clear to me. I mean, we're we're not up against the cold or the supernatural or aliens or anything else on silent. What they're up against here is transcendent human genius. Whoever designs. Oversaw the construction of this thing, we're we're talking to Finci level intelligence. Yes. Now, we also know when this was done. Now, my understanding is. I mean, the biggest clue we've got all of this hasn't really even been talked about here tonight. That's the coconut fibers that were used to fill those what tunnels so they wouldn't clock up with sand. Explain that I it was carbon dated decades ago. And they came up with an age of six hundred years coconut fibers that means that that was all put in somewhere around the year, fourteen hundred at also accounts for the fact that there are no accounts of anybody ever seeing any activity on that if it was done as latest speier sixteen hundred so it also explains. And it also belies all the talk about pirate treasure because there was no piracy operating in the new world in fourteen. So whatever is down has nothing to do with pirate treasure. What do you think could be down there, Bruce, if anything it had to be something like it's been mentioned had been brought from Europe was the only place and the coconut fibers to those have been DNA sequence. We even know what all the cooking apply came from. I don't remember the name of the sixteen hundred miles away two thousand tonnes of it just in the areas where they know the has been cleared. Okay. Multiple shiploads. And a lot of a lot of people. I'm thinking hundreds of people working on that island. And don't forget Nova Scotia, you can't work all year up there. You're going to get that work done over the course of a single calendar year. You've got about six months of time to really do that in a single count. They were hiding something they were and it had to have been something that was so important. They wanted to keep it down there for a long time. This was something they wanted to do you think they ever had plans to go get it again. There's no evidence that anybody who's been down there since it was originally put there. Otherwise, those kids would not run into undisturbed longer platforms. This they were digging down, by the way, I can tell you what those were for the lock platforms. What were they? Absolutely those kids saw that depression in the ground only because my guess was late in the afternoon. The sun was coming in at a shallow angle and that grazing incidence elimination showed that childhood interesting. Let's get your reaction Randall in the minute, we have left. Go ahead. Well, I I one thing. I do agree. Pretty astute. Those platforms probably were used to to prevent compaction of the ground to sort of hide, you know, not to not make the depression. So obvious. I think that is true. Dating. The coconut fibre will it's a little wider range than that. I mean, carbon dating is not that exactly. It's within a often within is Bruce right about the coconut fibres. All over the place coconut fibre, which will be used his stomach report shit aboard ships in the. Fifteen sixteen seventeen hundred. So, you know, but it would if you're right. No, no single ship. Could've could've brought hall that coconut fibre. But I don't necessarily agree with the fourteen hundred timeframe, but I'm not I'm not dismissing it. I'm just saying that there's other evidence isn't consistent, regardless. It's a pretty interesting engineering feat is an it's oh fantastic. Engineering feat. I mean that is actually what sort of pointed me to the whole Francis Bacon thing partially. I mean, let's talk a bit too damn Blankenship said whoever did this was the smartest. So being the history. Well, I gotta tell you random great job with the book. The Kercheval Kyle Linda, it's a great read. And that's an incredible mystery in next next one year, right? Make sure you come back again. Okay..

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"tim pace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"tim pace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business mushin' of more what's going on around the world is now marcus we sell us in the uk where the metropolitan police commander in charge of the investigation into the grand fultala five says he hopes the number of dead will not begin triple figures soon condie has said that the surge of the taliban may take months and some victims may never be identified will say president donald trump will latest day announce a ban on on americans and us companies doing business with cuba's military this is an oval back of the obama administration's plan to thaw relations with the island find these special counsel robert mueller is reportedly investigating the finances in business dealings of jared kushner president donald trump's soninlaw and adviser according to the washing tim pace citing officials familiar with the matter fbi agents and federal prosecutors have also been examining the financial dealings of other trump associates lebanesefrench for hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm caroline heck can this is claimed that marcus caroline's still with us in the studio is that don smith cio at brown shipley let's go back to our conversation with him donna i want to talk a little bit about the uk because the bank of england surprised markets yesterday when it voted five two three to maintain interest rates where they all but it was really those three dissenters that that surprised markets so what do you make of that a little bit surprised actually given the backdrop activity data and the uk seems to be softening now we had both stronger the beginning of the year but that has significantly changed house prosecution is weakening earnings growth relatively weak so a little bit of a surprise i think for the markets and some it's difficult to really map that in now to the to the outlook for sterling because markets have to consider on the one hand all the uncertainties related to brexit the brakes negociations the additional uncertainties injectable general election outcome the fact that the uk economy seems to be weakening of the same time the bank of england now appears to be getting a little bit concerned about inflation on the overshooting its projected a target so it's a little bit of a mix of uncertainty in terms of the outlook.

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