The Rise and Fall of the 1-900 Number - Priceonomics

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Bitcoin Hits $1,900; Market Cap up $4 Billion This Week Alone

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Bitcoin breaks through $1,900 to reach record high with its market cap up $4 billion this week alone

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Bitcoin Hits $1,900; Market Cap up $4 Billion This Week Alone

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Bitcoin breaks through $1,900 to reach record high with its market cap up $4 billion this week alone

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[World] - Bitcoin hits $1,900 to reach record high with market cap up $3.7 billion this week alone | NBC

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$0.88 transaction fees and yet not even 1 confirmation for a $900 transaction for over 1 hour. The transaction was made via Blockchain.info and that was the recommended transaction fee for priority. I didn't change it. This is ridiculous. When do I know this transaction will go through? /r/Bitcoin

$0.88 transaction fees and yet not even 1 confirmation for a $900 transaction for over 1 hour. The transaction was made via Blockchain.info and that was the recommended transaction fee for priority. I didn't change it. This is ridiculous. When do I know this transaction will go through? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I FINALLY understand it!

One year ago, was the first time I bought R$ 1.000 (US$ 244) in Bitcoin when 1 BTC = US$ 7.100. Today the value is US$ 9.700. So, I expected that those R$ 1000 would be at R$ 1360, but I was very wrong!
The exchanges here in my country, they base the Bitcoin price in US$ dollar, they just convert it to R$ Real. At that time, 1 BTC = R$ 29.350, now days 1 BTC = R$ 55.500. This means that my original R$ 1.000 is now almost at R$ 1.900! That’s because Brazil is in a really bad political and economic situation and the price of dollar is all times high, making R$ Real devalued.
That’s when it hit me. Now I understand why people on nations that is f*cking their money up buys BTC, it saves it from inflation! Recently the Halving happen and it hit me again, Bitcoin is a deflationary money! Every day it becomes a scarce resource, but the demand is the same, making the price go up! Bitcoin is not the future, it’s the present! It puts me in the control of my wealth instead of a bunch of incompetent nations and politicians!
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My Story of BTC

This is my story of how I derped around during the last BTC bubble, made some dough, and saw my friend pile up a mountain of debt on himself, only to become a millionaire. I hope if you read it there is a moral somewhere, but I'm not so sure there is. (prices are approximate to dates, going back in my memory a bit)
OCT 2011: (BTC $4) (preface)
As an undergrad computer science major I mined a few coins in a cyber security class . It took about 2 months and I think it was around .89 BTC or something like that (Edit: OK so I probably didn't mine this much, but I had access to the computers in the graphics lab and during this time, and they were mining 24/7. We let them run for a while after the class before taking our share out). I think it was worth about $8 at the time. I thought this was really cool, but also remember at that time you couldn't do anything with it, especially where I lived. I just kind of forgot about it, got a new laptop sometime later, and eventually chucked that one with the coins on the hard drive... (it was just $8 and I had no way of spending it remember) oh well so much for those. Who knows how many coins were lost by these standards back in those days. I take in all the maths, graduate with marks, drink all the beer, laugh with friends, fun times.
May 2015: (BTC $234)
Fast forward.. I end up in Los Angeles, CA through another long set of tales. I live with aspiring actors and film makers grinding it out as waiters and bartenders. They are good mates and take me to parties on occasion where we meet all kinds of characters. I end up chatting with a guy (lets call him Bill) who's nuts about BTC. I explain to him that I know all about it, and he is ecstatic to find someone who understands what he is talking about. I haven't been paying much attention the past years, and he shows me how far its come in tech and price. I smack my forehead, knowing I tossed away 8/10ths of a coin (could have been beer money man). We become friends and talk about Bitcoin pretty regularly.
I don't buy initially, but Bill is giving it all he's got, buying left and right with anything extra dollar he can scrape up. He believes in it. I get so worried that Bill is going to loose what he put in that I just buy a bit (.1BTC) so I will be invested enough to watch it, to know if Bill is up or down. You can guess what happens at this point. Up we go. Bill makes money, I make money.
June 2016: (BTC $661)
All is well. I am happy that Bill didn't lose his money and hoping he will take and re-invest his earnings in a more diversified portfolio. I'm worried about the ~$100 I made in earnings, like do I file this? (lol younger me)
I meet with Bill for the first time in a while. I'm excited to share our gains. We both show our gains and cheers. He immediately tells me that he is looking at ways of taking out credit to buy more BTC.... WTF? I say. He quickly proceeds to tell me the banks turned him down, but he found out he can just buy BTC with credit cards... so he is filing 7 applications right now to see how many he can open to buy BTC... I think for a second. I do the rational thing. I try to talk him down, but no way. He's doing it. I don't know much about investment at this point, just math and percentages, but thats enough to make me beg him to not do it.... he doesn't listen.
By my estimates Bill purchased a total of $30K worth of BTC with combined cash and credit on hand at (my best guess) an average price of $589 per BTC. I invest what I have to spare from savings to just keep up with the train wreck I am worried about happening to Bill. I think I have .2 BTC at this point just to keep up with his insane position
August 2016: (BTC $576)
The first dip comes, and Bill is facing credit card bills with interest rates that will kick in soon (he will not be able to make the minimum payments). We discuss is troubles at this point frequently. I suggest he should liquidate and close the cards. He disagrees, and liquidates only a position large enough to pay the minimums and give him a bit of cash. Not only that but he use the cash to secure short term loans at higher interest in order to re-invest to make up the losses. I once again beg him to re-consider, but no... this is his path. I once again invest more to keep up with it, so I can keep up with Bill and his well being. I purchase a good bit more and have .5 BTC
November 2016: (BTC$758)
I move to another city and mostly forget about my interactions with Bill. He messages me a few times about the price going back up and being bullish about it once again. I do the same song and dance of trying to warn him to close his cards and positions to get out while he can. Nope he's holding strong. Nothing to be done. I assume I can't do anything to help this situation. Once the price busts above $900/BTC even I can't say anything. I've made money, he's made bank. I feel happy for him, but once again concerned. I know he is running on margin and don't want him to get sucked in, but I also don't want to weigh in on such a big investment at this point. He texts me about the gains, I mostly just give the thumbs up back, knowing I can't back down at this point, but I don't want to be around him if it fails.
Jun 2017: (BTC $3000)
I have mostly lost touch with Bill because I live in another city. I never sold my BTC though, and I never forgot about him. Around Feb. 2017 I visited LA and saw Bill. I thanked him for making me the money that I held now in BTC. I asked him what he was doing with his stake. As always he was ready for the apocalypse to happen and for his BTC to be the only currency left somehow. He was holding stone cold. I wasn't persuading at this point, hell, I was holding myself.
Dec 2017: (BTC $16000)
While I thought I would never be swept up in the chaos that is BTC... I was. The amount of BTC I hadn't sold (.3BTC) was making even me feel like a genius. I had made so much money off just forgetting about something over months at a time. I often thought about Bill, but I didn't envy, in fact I really hoped he had paid off his credit card debts and was sitting on his fat profit. I watched BTC Youtube channels and debated if we would go to $100K or if this was it. I couldn't take the pressure and sold half my position @ around $16K/BTC
2018-2019 (BTC $20K -> $3.5K) (Epiloge)
In early 2018 price went up to $20k before quickly falling back to 10K. Thankfully I sold the rest of my position on the way down at about the same point as on the way up ($16k). I bought a few back in 2019 but have never really put as much capital back in as I made. As for Bill, well I told you at the beginning. Bill is a millionaire. My best estimates based on my text with him is he cashed out @ around an average of $17k/BTC. Even after taxes, he ended up real nice. I don't know if he was in the run up in 2019 but I must assume he was.
Looking at the market today, I'm not sure this story will repeat itself... maybe it will.
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$MTXLT — The Fuel For Private DeFi

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Circ Supply: 47,844 Total Supply : 900,000
Price $47 Market Cap $2.2m
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MTXLT (later TXL) is the native token of the Private DeFi Platform called Autobahn Network. It can be transferred through the network with zero-fees, reflecting the best features of today's cash.
What is Private DeFi?
Privacy should be fundamental in financial transactions. However, many existing DeFi platforms, such as Ethereum for example, fail to fulfil this criterion – either partly or completely. The Autobahn Network is one of the first of its kind to truly support private DeFi.
What is DeFi about the Autobahn Network?
The Autobahn Network will initially focus on the areas of asset tokenisation and providing a second-layer platform for existing assets on other chains. This will provide the foundation for offering further DeFi use cases in the future. The current focus is on the launch of Alphanet, which will be the first production release of the Autobahn Network.
The Autobahn Network is a decentralized next-generation, second-layer solution for digital assets. It provides the ability to use any cryptocurrency, including Bitcoin, as an efficient & effective means of world payment.
The Autobahn Network employs the most sophisticated technologies to have emerged from the blockchain world over recent years to build a decentralized network, tailored for payments. Bitcoin, and other digital assets, can be sent to the Autobahn Network. Once they are in the network they can then be transferred quickly, privately and with low transaction fees.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
• Send BTC to the Autobahn Network Gateway • The decentralized nodes hold your BTC via a Threshold Signature Scheme (TSS) • Transfer BTC within the network as often as you like • Withdraw BTC to the main blockchain, if you plan to hold it there • The decentralized nodes release your BTC via TSS
To fully appreciate high-speed, you have to experience it yourself. They have developed a fully working Testnet especially for this purpose:
https://autobahn.network/testnet
The Autobahn Network is developed by the non-profit company - Tixl gGmbH, based in Hamburg (Germany). Tixl raised seed capital of USD $1,250,000 in early 2019 by selling the Tixl Token (MTXLT) to retail investors.
Tech behind the Autobahn
https://medium.com/tixlcurrency/the-technology-behind-the-autobahn-network-81fdecf41c20
Most of the time the bottleneck is the consensus. Tixl use their own implementation of the Stellar Consensus Protocol (SCP). Since SCP is known to establish consensus within a few seconds, even if there are some more conflicting transactions, nodes will still be able to reach consensus quickly. It’s also known that SCP can deal with high transaction volumes. Although there is no verified statement from the Stellar foundation, there are rumors that SCP can handle 10,000 transactions per second in certain network constellations
Project milestones and key links
In the future:
Find more details on these events in the medium article released today
https://link.medium.com/qXfp3zjM57
WHY TIXL?
A number of different concepts for improving Bitcoin and the transfer of digital assets in general have been developed, with the ultimate goal of achieving fast and cheap transactions, or to provide privacy. The Tixl Token on the Autobahn Network provides a perfect combination of them all.
REVENUE STREAMS
Transaction Fees
Transactions in the Autobahn Network will be cheap but not completely free. Fees will be paid using in the currency of the asset being transfered. The revenue will then be used to purchase MTXLT on the open market. As a result, fees are indirectly paid in MTXLT.
Listing Fees
As soon as the Autobahn Network gains adoption, it will become a sought-after platform for other assets. A (monthly) listing fee, to be paid in MTXLT, will also serve to increase the public demand for MTXLT.
Additional Services
Besides the obvious sources of revenue, other features - like the purchase of nicknames - can also be used to generate revenue.
Social media buzz
Ivan on Tech about Tixl in "TOP ALTCOINS 2020 - Programmer explains"
https://youtu.be/ynyvwZetb8s
Something different?
Tixl global reserve has been developed to provide extra confidence to investors. Read more here:
https://medium.com/tixlcurrency/tixl-global-reserve-tgr-update-c59bee09c66d
Other questions
Do I need TXL to send and receive BTC and other third-party assets?
To ensure the greatest usability, they decided against using TXL directly as "fuel" because it would provide an obstacle to use if you had to buy TXL before you are able to transfer BTC, or other digital assets. The same issue has attracted criticism from users of other networks that support different assets. As a solution, they settled on the idea of allowing transaction fees for certain assets (for example, BTC) to be paid in their native currency. One can send BTC through the Autobahn Network without having to purchase TXL and pay much lower fees than you would on the Bitcoin blockchain itself.
How is Autobahn Network secured by Bitcoin?
To increase the decentralization of Autobahn Network, a hash representing the current state of the Autobahn Network ledger will be written onto the Bitcoin blockchain regularly. In doing so, the Autobahn Network will increase its trust level by leveraging the most secure and immutable blockchain in the world.
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6.25 reward era, only 900 new Bitcoin each day for the whole world..

With new supply steady going down there are less new Bitcoins available to be bought. With current reward of 6.25 Bitcoin roughly ever 10 minutes that equals 900 Bitcoin a day.
900 new Bitcoin world wide each day. Any additional demand has to come from someone willing to sell his Bitcoin. And in this statement I also assume all rewarded Bitcoin are sold immediately...
Let it sink in how small this number is, before you are tempted to sell your precious. And realize this number of new coins is ONLY going to get smaller.
HODL.... strong...
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At what price do we start the discussion on lowering the inflation reward?

This post may be a bit early, but at what price do we talk about lowering the inflation reward? Feel free to shit on my math, which doesn't consider compounding. I've seen posts here, stating we are trying to be equal to or less than the inflation of Bitcoin. A. BTC is producing 900 BTC daily for a value of around $8.5 million. (6.25 x 6 x 24 = 900) Comparably, Tezos is producing around 111,000 XTZ per day at a current value of $332,800. [(736,200,000 x 0.055)/365].
B. 8.5/.333 = 25. Tezos is 25 multiples behind Bitcoins inflation rate.
So, is it to assume that once Tezos reaches $75 per coin, only then would we drop the inflation rate?
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'Overseas employer' deposits $900 into my account, wants me to transfer to Bitcoin...Scam?

I received an employment opportunity email from a chocolate company in Belgium. Ok, probably a scam I think, but let's see where it goes.
2 weeks later, all of the tasks they ask of me have been general research of office supplies and storage units. Nothing shady until he asks me to go to a Bitcoin ATM, deposit $5, and send him the Private Keys to the wallet.
I said "no" basically.
Here is the kicker: they just deposited $900 into my bank account. According to the bank the money is not pending, it really is in my account. And now this "company" wants me to return it to them via Bitcoin ATM method mentioned above.
What the hell? is this a money laundering scam? I am confused because they actually sent me money (even though they are asking for it all back in BTC)
Thoughts?
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20 year old, working two jobs, using roboadvisors, autodeposits, and trading premiums. The goal is $900,000 in ten years. Opinions on my investment plans and goals?

Hello!
I'm here more for lifestyle advice. I'm a 20 year old chef with a current hourly wage of $17 dollars that increases by $2 every 6 months. I've always been a hard worker and great at saving and budgeting, but I recently started taking it seriously as I want to go back to school before I'm 30 without loans. Scholarships are a no-go as I dropped out due to a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, and math dyslexia that occurs from certain conditions.
For this reason, I have chosen to use mostly robo-advisors, while I spend time trying to overcome my dyslexia.
Robo-advisors make up 80% of my investments. These include acorns, and betterment, three accounts valued currently at 1,500 respectively.
I trade options premiums with the hope of oneday having enough to own the underlying assets of what I'm buying. The goal is to trade options to increase my assets, and currently trading premiums to build experience.
Options contracts represent 4% of my investments. I also sometimes use gift, and extra money, to purchase assets through E-Trade.
8% is in real estate, using another small robo-advisor like app, althouth I'm not sure how the returns will fare as I just started using it. It invests in actual real-estate and sends you a portion of the monthly rent.
The last 8% is held on Coinbase in Tezos staking currency and ETH based tokens.
I have a high yeild savings account that takes up 10% of my income, while my various investment accounts take up between 40% and %60 percent of my weekly income.
This is all through reoccuring deposits, that I never turn off, and drive uber and doordash to meet the withdrawl amount if need be. It's about $35 a day, or $900 a month.
My monthly income is around 2,000-5,000 a month depending on restaurant volume. I'm looking to eventually use investing as a second source of income, but one I only take from as emergencies, or my own ventures take me.
How is the diversification of my investment plan?
I plan on using the advice of others, and seeking a mentor, but I don't really want to scale down the contribution of my income, unless necessary, as I live in a state that you can survive on 2,500 a month.
What else should I be saving foinvesting in? Would real estate be worth it if I don't plan on staying in my state?
I pondered buying a bunch of Bitcoin atm's and taking advantage of the hype, although I'm worried it's just a fad.
I plan to reach the 900,000 by trading options and slowly correctint the premiums, and reinvesting, or saving the profits. I'm worried my plan is too detailed to be successful, but this is the gist of it.
Any advice welcome, thanks, Nic
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How Bitcoin Halving Will Affect BTC Price

Bitcoin Halving 2020

In every 210K mined blocks a planned (programmed) event takes place. This event is called halving. It is a regular reduction of miners’ fee (reward) for a produced block. Bitcoin creator put these halvings in software to keep inflation in check. Most commonly one block is being mined in 9 minutes and 20 seconds. According to this, halving occurs every four years. The Bitcoin network had two halvings: first in 2012 and then in 2016. If we look back and remember how much coins miners could earn in the early history of Bitcoin, it was 50 BTC for one block. Later on, after the first halving, the fee was equal to 25 BTC and the same happened four years after, then the reward was cut down to 12.5 BTC. The next (third) halving may be expected in May 2020. The payoff then will be reduced to 6.25 BTC. This will actually continue till there’s no award left (this will approximately happen in 2140).
So why is there a need for halving? If coins are produced very fast or the amount of emitted BTC is not limited, there will be so many Bitcoins in circulation that they will have limited value. Vitalik Buterin once said in his interview with Bitcoin Magazine: «The main reason why this is done is to keep inflation under control.»

What will happen with BTC price after Bitcoin halving?

Like any other cryptocurrency price prediction, the Bitcoin price prediction is always hard to make, so we can just guess looking at a combination of factors. Opinions are divided as follows: some think that the BTC price will go up and others think nothing will generally change and the price will stay the same. There are also skeptics that see the halving as bad luck. They believe that if even 10 percent of miners quit, it might scare away the investors and make them move out their assets. As a result, the Bitcoin price will go down. After the first Bitcoin halving the BTC price grew almost two hundredfold, the second time it grew sevenfold. Both times BTC had increased volatility. But no one can guarantee the same events nowadays. As far as we can see from the previous halvings, they had the same dynamics: the Bitcoin price grew up. This gives some people hope that it will repeat after the next BTC halving in May 2020.
What are people’s opinions and predictions regarding the next Bitcoin halving? Let’s have a look.

The CEO of Pantera Capital Dan Morehead predicts the rise of BTC after the coming halving:
“It’s right on the trend line, and I think it’s a good shot that by the end of the year, we hit that, and then if you just extrapolate that line out for another year, it’s $122,000 per Bitcoin and in one more year $356,000.”

Tom Lee from Fundstrat Global Advisors posted a part of the report regarding crypto outlook 2020. Here what is said regarding the BTC price in that report:
“For 2020, we see several positive convergences that enhance the use case and also the economic model for crypto and Bitcoin – thus, we believe Bitcoin and crypto total return should exceed that of 2019. In other words, we see strong probability that Bitcoin gains >100% in 2020.”

Bobby Lee (co-founder and CEO of BTC China) also expressed his opinion via twit saying:
“After next #BlockRewardHalving in Spring of 2020, new #Bitcoin output will drop again, to just 900 BTC/day. I predict #HashPower will continue to grow, with ever higher amounts of investment in mining (electricity costs). If that amount reaches $54m/day, we‘ll have $BTC at $60k.”

Jason A. Williams had an “unpopular opinion”:
“Unpopular Opinion – Bitcoin halving in May 2020 won’t do anything to the price. It will be a non-event.”

John McAfee is insanely positive as usual when speaking about the Bitcoin price prediction:
“When I predicted Bitcoin at $500,000 by the end of 2020, it used a model that predicted $5,000 at the end of 2017. BTC has accelerated much faster than my model assumptions. I now predict Bitcoin at $1 million by the end of 2020. I will still eat my d\ck if wrong.”*

Paolo Ardoino (Bitfinex & Tether Chief Technology Officer) said the following in his interview to U.Today:
“The halving is expected to occur next year, and I think it’s reasonable to expect an increase in the price of Bitcoin. I won’t do any price predictions myself and this is not financial or other advice from me or from Bitfinex or Tether, but I don’t see any reason for Bitcoin not hitting $100,000 within the next few years. That would already be an amazing goal for such technology.”

Tone Vays (Financial analyst) is less ambitious. That’s what he thinks:
“Technically, everything is in play until end of 2020, after that sub $5,000 is not likely. Worst Case Scenario: prices drop to $5k into the halving, then after halving 70% of miners shut down due to negative revenue, #Bitcoin spirals down in price but then rises from the dead!”

Petros Anagnostou, the founder of Crypto Solutions declares:
“My prediction: Bitcoin will reach $12,000 before the end of this year. And will reach a price of $50,000 – $100,000 by the end of 2020.”

To summarize, the forthcoming BTC halving 2020 will be a kind of guarantee that there will be no inflation, and investments will be profitable. At the same time, it is being one of the key factors responsible for the growth of the Bitcoin price. When it comes to miners, they usually feel stressed about it as to keep their income at the same level they will need to invest in new technical equipment. As for those who don’t mine but just buy Bitcoin to keep BTC as a cryptocurrency investment, the BTC halving will barely have any effect on them.
No one can predict what exactly will happen after the upcoming BTC halving. It is always up to you either be on the optimistic side or be one of the doubters.
This article does not contain investment advice or recommendations. Every investment and trading move involves risk. You are the only one responsible for making investment decisions.
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The strategy I’ve used to make dozens of dollars off bitcoin

It’s simple really
Because “Over 9000” is such a meme number I always sell at that price
We all know Bitcoin is bullish long term and 9000 has been the “magic” number for what like 2 years now?
Bitcoin hits 9,000 for sure a couple times a year and MAYBE it’ll hit $10,000 after that
Point being, I always buy $1000 every $1000 it goes down
So I’m buying $1000 at $8000
$1000 at $7000
$1000 at $6000
Etc
When it hit $4000 recently I had about $5000 in Bitcoin and put a sell limit for $9000
OR if I see you guys posting “It’s over 9000!” Memes I sell immediately
Best case scenario, the halvening does exactly what it’s supposed to do and the price drops and then goes back up
It’s not going to shoot up
Look at the charts it goes down every time the halving happens
But yeah buy under $9000 and sell at $9000
After the halvening it might he a different number IF price goes up
TL;DR I never realized how stupid most people on CryptoCurrency are. After this post I realized like 90% of you guys are absolute morons. I’ll keep making gains. You guys keep holding your $100 in Bitcoin and hopefully it hits $100,000 one day so you can make that $900 gain lol
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One Year Update: 38M FIREd

Well, February 22nd makes it one whole year. I think that's deserving of a top level post, right?
Here are screenshots of the Mint Trends, which has every single expense from the past year categorized. I've added comments on each page.
Expenses Overview
Auto Expenses
Food Expenses
Home Expenses
Utility Expenses
Tax Expenses
Healthcare Expenses
Entertainment Expenses
Main takeaways, my total expenses for the year was $37,700, but I'm going to dismiss about $15,000 of that as "one time" expenses from paying off my car and my furniture loan. A more reasonable number for my annual spend is $22,700.
With my car payment gone, my highest expense category is Food, averaging $500 per month. This has room for improvement.
Healthcare will look artificially low last year because of taking Tax Credits up front. This year I am not and will be paying $325 per month for health insurance. At ~$4000 per year, this puts healthcare at nearly 20% of my total expenses.
Nothing else is particularly interesting. That $22,700 figure is a reasonable real-world number for me, but for future planning I'd still inflate that to $25,000 just to have more wiggle room. I may look into traveling this year, which would add some expense.
Investments:
Vanguard Investments: (All in VTSAX)
Other LTCG holdings: $145,000 -> $291,000 (other investment accounts and bitcoin)
HSA Investment Account: $6000 -> $7400, with another $1700 in the "cash" holdings of the HSA.
$9000 cash in Money Market & Checking Account.
Finances Going Forward
I had earned income last year so I didn't start my Roth Conversion Ladder last year. This year I decided I will be converting the $12,400 standard deduction + $9600 of the first tax bracket for a nice round $22,000 converted. Yes I'll owe a little bit of taxes, but it sets up my Roth with $22k in 5 years which should cover the majority of my expenses. And with $350k currently in tIRA and converting $22,000 per year, I won't be able to chew through it all before actual retirement age.
I have about $20k from an old stock purchase plan that unlocks come April, which I will be selling and likely moving over to my money market account to shore up my "cash" holdings.
My plan is to not really tap any of my "normal" investment accounts for as long as possible. I've been deferring to selling Bitcoin if I need to move some cash over. Last year I sold 3 bitcoin, one for $9300 in June, and then two at the end of December (for tax year Capital Gains reasons) for $7300 each. These were all LTCG at 0% taxed. AGI for last year is around $35,000.
The Living Part:
There's all the boring expenses and financial stuff. Now for the ever painful question that my beloved Grandmother loves to ask, "But gosh, what do you do with all of your time! I can't imagine being retired at your age!"
Step 1, restful sleep. During my working career I lived off 6 hours of sleep every day. It made for exhausting weekends trying to "make it up." And luckily I'm not a generally stressful person or else it'd have been worse. But now I go to bed when I'm tired, and whenever I naturally wake up, I get up. This can lead to VERY weird hours since I'm often an extreme night owl. But I generally get 9-10 perfect restful uninterrupted dream-filled hours of sleep.
I'm betrayed by my "Food Expense" breakdown, but I really am cooking more and eating better. I drink a lot of coffee and water at home and generally try to eat only one meal per day, but sometimes lunch and dinner. I don't normally eat breakfast, just have coffee when I wake up. And did I mention how much less painful it is to go grocery shopping when it's in the middle of the day and everyone's at work. It's so nice.
I spend a lot of time on reddit browsing my front page, and I check out the YouTubers I follow that post daily, then check out any of the irregular posters. Depending on how much good stuff there is, this could go on for a few hours.
I have a lot of hours playing video games. I tend toward puzzle games or building games (Factorio, Satisfactory) because they scratch that itch in my engineering brain. There are times at night where I'll spend hours on this website: https://www.puzzle-sudoku.com/ and play Sudoku or Nonograms or any of the other puzzle types on the bottom of the page.
I'm doing my best to watch every single last show on Netflix. It's a daunting task, though it's surprising how often I drift back toward watching the same smattering of Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes rather than try something new. But I try and take recommendations and work my way through shows.
And Podcasts! The joy of joys is when I come across a new-to-me podcast that has a huge backlog. I found a great ST:TNG rewatch podcast that had 108 episodes already done. I spent like 2 months watching the episode of TNG then immediately listening to their podcast about that episode, repeat repeat repeat. I'm currently working my way through The Adventure Zone, I'm on episode 46 of 155 with them. And they keep advertising the other podcasts The McElroys do so I'm sure I'll roll into one of those next. For many people podcasts are background noise, but I'll often just sit on the couch and concentrate on just listening the podcast.
Outside of home, I can't wait for the weather to get nicer so I can go on more walks. Being a night owl I like going for walks at night. I live near our city center so I'm within blocks of city hall, the main library branch, and the fountain / park.
I jump at any opportunity to hang out with friends. It's just about every weekend that we are getting together to hang out and play board games. Like I mentioned in one of the breakdowns, I've started to play D&D with my buddy and his wife. I'd never played before but he's been DMing for years (but hasn't had a group for 10+ years now). He's glad to be playing again, his wife loves it, and it's super convenient for them to stay home with the 5 month old daughter. (And baby gets to hang out with Uncle Oracle.)
I get together with former co-workers every few months to keep in touch with them. One in particular I have a standing every-2-month bar date with. I remind them every so often that if they want to go out to lunch ever to just call me.
Personal History
Just a quick personal history in closing. I was an automotive engineer working for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in the Metro Detroit area. In the 2008 downturn I lost my job and was unemployed for 2 years and ended up getting my house foreclosed in 2010. By the time i got a job in March of 2010 I was basically at $0. I had a tiny amount in an 401k, had about $20,000 in credit card debt from being unemployed.
But then I got a very well paying engineering job ($108k annual and eligible for time-and-half overtime). I kept living like I was unemployed, spent as little as possible and saved as much as possible. Through my parents I secured a mortgage on a nice 1 Bed / 1 Bath 900 sq ft condo. I paid off my CC debt in less than a year and kept banking cash and maxing my 401k every year.
I heard about bitcoin in early 2013 (from a guildmate in World of Warcraft, believe it or not) and jumped on board. All time bitcoin price chart (log scale) for those unfamiliar with the history. I got in before the first spike to $1000 in December of 2013, and kept buying throughout the downswing in 2014 / 2015. In 2017 I sold 5.6 BTC for a total of $6000 and paid off the last of my student loans and my car, then a few months later I sold 4.25 BTC for $6700 and paid off the last of my condo mortgage. So in May of 2017 I was officially debt free and had a net worth of about $200,000.
Then in the fall of 2017 was when bitcoin exploded. I knew I had to take profits here. Every time the price went up 10% I sold another bitcoin. $7500, $9000, $10700, $13000, $15500, $18600. I sold all the way up. I ended up selling about $100,000 in bitcoin that year and I pushed most of it into my Roth IRA and Brokerage accounts.
Then I really started thinking about FIRE in early 2018. Started doing the math, tried to see what my expenses would be, and thought I'd give it ago. I've told myself from day 1 that I'd give this trial a solid 2 years. If I don't feel good about it, or the money doesn't seem right, then I'll still only be 40 years old and could (IMO) easily jump right back into an engineering gig. So I targeted early 2019 so I could frontload my 401k for two months, grab the annual bonus, then peace out.
TL:DR: 38, FIREd, Money's looking right, Life is feeling right, everything is fine
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Help required with recovery of BTCs. I'm willing to pay for help

A friend gave me his PC to rebuild. He knew I was into Bitcoins, and told me to recover the wallet from the SSD before formatting it. Upon inspection, I found the SSD was formatted and had nothing on it. So I ran EaseUS data recovery, and recovered the entire drive. This was 2 years back, and I had no idea what I was looking for, because I never mined BTCs to begin with. His PC was with a GTX 900 series GPU, and he mentioned he setup mining for an entire night. Now I'm guessing he could have mined 2 blocks. This is purely my assumption.
I have the data from the SSD, but what should I be looking for? There is no wallet.dat file. There are recovered files with jumbled filenames.
How big should the wallet file be? Is there any other file I should be looking for?
P.S I know of another friend, who mined approximately 10,000 BTCs, and kept the PC aside, after 2 years he sold the PC, and in 2017 when price went up to 18K, he desperately tried to trace the PC, but it was lost. Oh well.
Edit: He started mining in 2011 for 1 night
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