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Title: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 26, 2014, 07:24:39 PM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

'Bitcoin' was a fun ride, and many people have made a nice profit out of crypto-currencies, but this will come to an end. Governments and established banks will not allow this threat to spread.

Overstock & TigerDirect have started accepting bitcoin. But is this really great news, or relevant to the value/adaption of bitcoin? These companies will probably sell their bitcoins as soon as there is a sign of a major threat. They will leave the small traders and miners out in the cold with their worthless bitcoins.

Let's say this is not about a law implemented by the Chinese government, but a law enforced by the European Union. After January 31st, crypto-currency exchanges in Europe are no longer allowed to deal in bitcoins. After this date, traders can not withdraw their money from European exchanges anymore.

The question we must ask ourselves is: What will the majority of the traders do on, or before January 31st? Will they sit tight and hold on to their bitcoins, or will they trade-in their bitcoins before everyone else does?

One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=21a_1390679748#qDSE3sRb5T4ElVDH.99

http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/ll_a_s/2014/Jan/25/LiveLeak-dot-com-21a_1390679748-bitcoin-china-no_1390680595.png.resized.jpg?d5e8cc8eccfb6039332f41f6249e92b06c91b4db65f5e99818bade964a42dedfde6c&ec_rate=230


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: gentlemand on January 26, 2014, 07:25:48 PM
Gosh. Will you save me? I think I need to be held right now after reading that.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: aminorex on January 26, 2014, 07:27:09 PM
Another bull in a bear suit who wants you to sell him your coins at a discount.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: banaltcoin on January 26, 2014, 07:28:22 PM
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third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins.

can Exchanger <-> Bank wire work after January 31st?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: gentlemand on January 26, 2014, 07:31:21 PM
Seek information from those who actually have any.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: proudhon on January 26, 2014, 07:36:00 PM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

'Bitcoin' was a fun ride, and many people have made a nice profit out of crypto-currencies, but this will come to an end. Governments and established banks will not allow this threat to spread.

Overstock & TigerDirect have started accepting bitcoin. But is this really great news, or relevant to the value/adaption of bitcoin? These companies will probably sell their bitcoins as soon as there is a sign of a major threat. They will leave the small traders and miners out in the cold with their worthless bitcoins.

Let's say this is not about a law implemented by the Chinese government, but a law enforced by the European Union. After January 31st, crypto-currency exchanges in Europe are no longer allowed to deal in bitcoins. After this date, traders can not withdraw their money from European exchanges anymore.

The question we must ask ourselves is: What will the majority of the traders do on, or before January 31st? Will they sit tight and hold on to their bitcoins, or will they trade-in their bitcoins before everyone else does?

One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=21a_1390679748#qDSE3sRb5T4ElVDH.99

http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/ll_a_s/2014/Jan/25/LiveLeak-dot-com-21a_1390679748-bitcoin-china-no_1390680595.png.resized.jpg?d5e8cc8eccfb6039332f41f6249e92b06c91b4db65f5e99818bade964a42dedfde6c&ec_rate=230

Thank you for posting this.  Everyone needs to understand how bad this is for bitcoin.  Please post this here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412280.0) so that everyone can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you again for your service.  And I hope you become a regular contributor to the main thread here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412280.0).


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: podyx on January 26, 2014, 07:36:31 PM
http://img.pandawhale.com/post-17720-ace-ventura-e6xC.gif


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: coinpharmer on January 26, 2014, 07:39:50 PM

Let's say this is not about a law implemented by the Chinese government, but a law enforced by the European Union. After January 31st, crypto-currency exchanges in Europe are no longer allowed to deal in bitcoins. After this date, traders can not withdraw their money from European exchanges anymore.

saying the EU will enforce chinese law seems like a stretch to me. thinking what china has to say about exchanges will kill bitcoin is a way bigger stretch.

has EVERYONE forgotten the silk road? Really though, the Silk Road was a international fiat/btc trading platform using the international currency of drugs. I think about every government wanted that shut down and already has laws forbidding the drug trade but we still see btc alive, and more  trading platforms like it emerging.

worst case, btc trading moves to tor and the price goes up more slowly due to being only slightly harder to use tor vs normal internet but the masses gain the freedom of tor. best case, well you know this part.

only way i can think of to destroy bitcoin os to make something thats better and people freely choose to use over it. threats and intimidation dont seem to matter to as many people as some people think, I think.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: flm on January 26, 2014, 07:45:29 PM
lol, obviously more people after cheap coins.

If they were not, they would be doing something more interesting with their time and not be on a Bitcoin forum posting negative news.  ::)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 26, 2014, 08:04:29 PM
lol, obviously more people after cheap coins.

If they were not, they would be doing something more interesting with their time and not be on a Bitcoin forum posting negative news.  ::)

I am posting this because I am tired of the bitcoin-propaganda. Only positive bitcoin news is allowed on most bitcoin forums, which creates a biased view on cryptocurrencies in general.

I am posting this because I want to warn everyone for the dangers of bitcoin.

A lot of regular Joe's have entered the market because they are blinded by the ''possibilities''. They want to become a millionaire overnight. The fact that there are hundreds of altcoins proves this. Everyone wants a piece of the cake. But there is no cake. There are no possibilities to become rich overnight. The cryptocurrency game is played by powerful men, institutions.

Everyone is posting crap like ''bitcoin will take over the world, it is more valuable and reliable than the USD because it is backed by its limited supply of 21 million coins.''

I've got news for you: 85% of bitcoin users are nerds. They are loners and will avoid any form of conflict in real life. When the governments of their countries start imposing strict laws against bitcoins, they will cash out as soon as possible. Because that's who and how they are; ''law abiding citizens.''

I have more news for you: bitcoin might be backed by 'its limited supply', but do you know what is backing the USD?

This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:

http://http[Suspicious link removed]rcise_Keen_Sword_08.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/USS_Nimitz_(Nov._3,_2003).jpg
https://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/smart/docs/991599a.jpg
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00789/Rocket-launcher_789454i.jpg
http://en.ria.ru/images/16324/80/163248017.jpg
http://cdn.theatlantic.com/static/mt/assets/international/soviet%20rocket%20launchers%20banner.jpg


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GET IT NOW?!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: cdooer on January 26, 2014, 08:05:10 PM
So, because China is introducing this so called law, so is the EU? So then I guess the US, and Canada will follow suit, right on the 31st? Thanks for sharing your intellect...you likely saved me a bundle.  ::)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Anon136 on January 26, 2014, 08:05:59 PM
Another bull in a bear suit who wants you to sell him your coins at a discount.

can some artist please draw a picture of this so that we can just paste the pic in for each one of these threads. ;D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: threecats on January 26, 2014, 08:11:24 PM
"This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:"

seems it's mostly american military might you have googled up pix for. and how's that mighty currency working out for the yanks? a hollowed out economy, grandpa working at walmart,  1 % vs 99% etc etc. 

what is backing the fiat is the sleep of the people  and the hype of the machine.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 26, 2014, 08:17:16 PM
"This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:"

seems it's mostly american military might you have googled up pix for. and how's that mighty currency working out for the yanks? a hollowed out economy, grandpa working at walmart,  1 % vs 99% etc etc. 

what is backing the fiat is the sleep of the people  and the hype of the machine.

Are you an idiot?

''Seems it's mostly american military...''

2 out of 5 pictures are American military. The other 3 are not. Do you call that most? Are you stupid? Do you have brains? If so, are they operational? Hello, hello, anybody home?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDs9jy8VNhU


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: coinpharmer on January 26, 2014, 08:22:47 PM
"get it now??"

no i do not get how that matters... are you saying a tank will come down my street shooting at me or other holders of bitcoin? are you saying that we will warrent jets and missles will be what it takes to make us stop? if that is your point you must be very bullish thinking governments will spend so much to destroy us. get a freaking clue! if that happens then we are all very rich. ive met people with 100's of marijuana plants and who smuggle coke who are less fearful of such things. simple fact is its much harder to stop bitcoin transfers then it is drug transfers and we all know how well the war on drugs is going. sure there will be lives ruined by the government for using bitcoin if they say you cant and they truly attempt to prosecute people for using it, however you cant hold all the sand.... some will slip threw your fingers and the more the iron fist of china tightens the more will slip threw their fingers.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: eiskalt on January 26, 2014, 08:25:24 PM
lol, obviously more people after cheap coins.

If they were not, they would be doing something more interesting with their time and not be on a Bitcoin forum posting negative news.  ::)

I am posting this because I am tired of the bitcoin-propaganda. Only positive bitcoin news is allowed on most bitcoin forums, which creates a biased view on cryptocurrencies in general.

I am posting this because I want to warn everyone for the dangers of bitcoin.

A lot of regular Joe's have entered the market because they are blinded by the ''possibilities''. They want to become a millionaire overnight. The fact that there are hundreds of altcoins proves this. Everyone wants a piece of the cake. But there is no cake. There are no possibilities to become rich overnight. The cryptocurrency game is played by powerful men, institutions.

Everyone is posting crap like ''bitcoin will take over the world, it is more valuable and reliable than the USD because it is backed by its limited supply of 21 million coins.''

I've got news for you: 85% of bitcoin users are nerds. They are loners and will avoid any form of conflict in real life. When the governments of their countries start imposing strict laws against bitcoins, they will cash out as soon as possible. Because that's who and how they are; ''law abiding citizens.''

I have more news for you: bitcoin might be backed by 'its limited supply', but do you know what is backing the USD?

This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:

http://http[Suspicious link removed]rcise_Keen_Sword_08.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/USS_Nimitz_(Nov._3,_2003).jpg
https://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/smart/docs/991599a.jpg
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00789/Rocket-launcher_789454i.jpg
http://en.ria.ru/images/16324/80/163248017.jpg
http://cdn.theatlantic.com/static/mt/assets/international/soviet%20rocket%20launchers%20banner.jpg


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GET IT NOW?!

Wow never seen such a massive agglomeration of phallus symbols in a single post. Thank you very much for sharing this.

Somebodys girlfriend should be impressed tonight


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: proudhon on January 26, 2014, 08:26:12 PM
"This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:"

seems it's mostly american military might you have googled up pix for. and how's that mighty currency working out for the yanks? a hollowed out economy, grandpa working at walmart,  1 % vs 99% etc etc. 

what is backing the fiat is the sleep of the people  and the hype of the machine.

Are you an idiot?

''Seems it's mostly american military...''

2 out of 5 pictures are American military. The other 3 are not. Do you call that most? Are you stupid? Do you have brains? If so, are they operational? Hello, hello, anybody home?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDs9jy8VNhU

bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  Based on your confirmed bad news and all the other confirmed bad news I've assessed and verified, I think a price target for the next month or so is around $100.  Do you agree?

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Buffer Overflow on January 26, 2014, 08:28:14 PM
I am posting this because I want to warn everyone for the dangers of bitcoin.

Hello Jamie Dimon. How you doing?  :D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 26, 2014, 08:29:06 PM
"This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:"

seems it's mostly american military might you have googled up pix for. and how's that mighty currency working out for the yanks? a hollowed out economy, grandpa working at walmart,  1 % vs 99% etc etc. 

what is backing the fiat is the sleep of the people  and the hype of the machine.

Are you an idiot?

''Seems it's mostly american military...''

2 out of 5 pictures are American military. The other 3 are not. Do you call that most? Are you stupid? Do you have brains? If so, are they operational? Hello, hello, anybody home?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDs9jy8VNhU

bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  Based on your confirmed bad news and all the other confirmed bad news I've assessed and verified, I think a price target for the next month or so is around $100.  Do you agree?

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I don't expect $100, but I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Buffer Overflow on January 26, 2014, 08:32:11 PM
"This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:"

seems it's mostly american military might you have googled up pix for. and how's that mighty currency working out for the yanks? a hollowed out economy, grandpa working at walmart,  1 % vs 99% etc etc. 

what is backing the fiat is the sleep of the people  and the hype of the machine.

Are you an idiot?

''Seems it's mostly american military...''

2 out of 5 pictures are American military. The other 3 are not. Do you call that most? Are you stupid? Do you have brains? If so, are they operational? Hello, hello, anybody home?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDs9jy8VNhU

bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  Based on your confirmed bad news and all the other confirmed bad news I've assessed and verified, I think a price target for the next month or so is around $100.  Do you agree?

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I don't expect $100, but I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).

Hold on. You just predicted the end of Bitcoin. Yet your not predicting $0?



Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BurtW on January 26, 2014, 08:35:52 PM
THANKS!!!  Based on your post I just sold all my BTC.  I sure hope you are right.  If not, I am sure going to be pissed at you.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: coinpharmer on January 26, 2014, 08:42:22 PM
bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).

because it went down EXACTLY 82% it WILL go down EXACTLY 82% from last ATH, so clearly anyone buying over (.18xATH) is doomed. also, in this scientific and prooven maths formula WILL hold true on all future price gains, forever, unchangingly.

if price falls only 20%, 30% hell even 80%, we have not seen the bottem. 82% is the ticket people...

even Jesus Christ told of the powers of the 82%, because he lost 82% of his weight after dying, only to return to All Time Highs in heaven (da moon)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: seleme on January 26, 2014, 08:48:39 PM
Poor bitcoin, it downfailed so many times :(


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: indiemax on January 26, 2014, 08:53:10 PM
Thanks Op for your input

but methinks you trying to hard to be serious ;D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: aminorex on January 26, 2014, 08:56:05 PM
THANKS!!!  Based on your post I just sold all my BTC.  I sure hope you are right.  If not, I am sure going to be pissed at you.
Not to worry.  I'm sure he will stand by his words and guarantee to make you whole for any future rise in bitcoin above the current price.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: hd060053 on January 26, 2014, 09:01:16 PM
price will explode after 31. because nothing will happen in china.


Before 31. , some manipulators like this will try to crash the price.


very interesting days incoming.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: manfred on January 26, 2014, 09:03:02 PM
Quote
Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
And i thought it went form $13.55 to $815 last year, ah well...

Quote
Insert Quote
price will explode after 31. because nothing will happen in china.
Before 31. , some manipulators like this will try to crash the price.
very interesting days incoming.
+1


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: cr1776 on January 26, 2014, 09:28:47 PM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

'Bitcoin' was a fun ride, and many people have made a nice profit out of crypto-currencies, but this will come to an end. Governments and established banks will not allow this threat to spread.

Overstock & TigerDirect have started accepting bitcoin. But is this really great news, or relevant to the value/adaption of bitcoin? These companies will probably sell their bitcoins as soon as there is a sign of a major threat. They will leave the small traders and miners out in the cold with their worthless bitcoins.

Let's say this is not about a law implemented by the Chinese government, but a law enforced by the European Union. After January 31st, crypto-currency exchanges in Europe are no longer allowed to deal in bitcoins. After this date, traders can not withdraw their money from European exchanges anymore.

The question we must ask ourselves is: What will the majority of the traders do on, or before January 31st? Will they sit tight and hold on to their bitcoins, or will they trade-in their bitcoins before everyone else does?

One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=21a_1390679748#qDSE3sRb5T4ElVDH.99

http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/ll_a_s/2014/Jan/25/LiveLeak-dot-com-21a_1390679748-bitcoin-china-no_1390680595.png.resized.jpg?d5e8cc8eccfb6039332f41f6249e92b06c91b4db65f5e99818bade964a42dedfde6c&ec_rate=230

Gotta say: troll. Ignore.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: proudhon on January 26, 2014, 09:38:49 PM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

'Bitcoin' was a fun ride, and many people have made a nice profit out of crypto-currencies, but this will come to an end. Governments and established banks will not allow this threat to spread.

Overstock & TigerDirect have started accepting bitcoin. But is this really great news, or relevant to the value/adaption of bitcoin? These companies will probably sell their bitcoins as soon as there is a sign of a major threat. They will leave the small traders and miners out in the cold with their worthless bitcoins.

Let's say this is not about a law implemented by the Chinese government, but a law enforced by the European Union. After January 31st, crypto-currency exchanges in Europe are no longer allowed to deal in bitcoins. After this date, traders can not withdraw their money from European exchanges anymore.

The question we must ask ourselves is: What will the majority of the traders do on, or before January 31st? Will they sit tight and hold on to their bitcoins, or will they trade-in their bitcoins before everyone else does?

One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=21a_1390679748#qDSE3sRb5T4ElVDH.99

http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/ll_a_s/2014/Jan/25/LiveLeak-dot-com-21a_1390679748-bitcoin-china-no_1390680595.png.resized.jpg?d5e8cc8eccfb6039332f41f6249e92b06c91b4db65f5e99818bade964a42dedfde6c&ec_rate=230

Gotta say: troll. Ignore.

If you ignore him, it will be at your financial peril, bitcoin has already failed, as we have confirmed.  I can confirm everything he says and verify him as a trustworthy source. 


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: theonewhowaskazu on January 26, 2014, 09:41:16 PM
I think this will be sort of interesting.

Can China, one of the most organized central governments who gives the fewest fucks about what its citizens think & what is politically correct, screw over exchanges so badly it prevents most people from buying BTC? If so, the EU & US might have a chance.

But if China can't do it, it seems unlikely that the less-stronghanded governments in the west will do it.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 26, 2014, 09:42:53 PM
Bitcoin's final days!

Countdown has already begun!

We are the true voice of the people, but our voice is being oppressed by the bitcoin extremists & the pro-bitcoin propaganda being spread by the Bitcoin Foundation owned media!

We are trying to prevent you from losing money!

SELL YOUR BITCOINS BEFORE THE CRYING HAS BEGUN!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: manfred on January 26, 2014, 09:44:09 PM
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If you ignore him, it will be at your financial peril, bitcoin has already failed, as we have confirmed.  I can confirm everything he says and verify him as a trustworthy source.
You mean u trust yourself  ;D ;D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: proudhon on January 26, 2014, 09:46:08 PM
Quote
If you ignore him, it will be at your financial peril, bitcoin has already failed, as we have confirmed.  I can confirm everything he says and verify him as a trustworthy source.
You mean u trust yourself  ;D ;D

Yes.  I have already confirmed myself as a verified source.  You can check my record in the newschain.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: inspiredinvestor on January 26, 2014, 09:46:46 PM
Gosh. Will you save me? I think I need to be held right now after reading that.

+1 love it!
 :D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: fluidjax on January 26, 2014, 09:52:43 PM
A little more rope... He's nearly there :)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: wizby on January 26, 2014, 09:53:09 PM
this is a good laugh... :D yesterday had same sort conversation with one friend who has knowledge about bitcoin like pig about clouds... :D same as OP...


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 26, 2014, 10:19:02 PM

I advice everyone to listen to Vivaldi's 'Four Seasons'.
During the last crash, when I was stubborn and holded my coins, simply because other people told me that was the best thing to do, I lost over $18,000 USD in a matter of hours. The price of bitcoins, or other crypto-currencies, has not recovered since. I needed to calm down. I seriously almost flushed my hamster down the toilet. I feel really bad for even thinking about it. But when I was a kid, my psychiatrist advised my parents to buy me a violin, and to introduce me to classical music, just to calm me down. It really helps. Vivaldi's 'Four Seasons' is one of my most favorite pieces.

Here is a link to this masterpiece. It is true art. Embrace it. Love it. Live it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRxofEmo3HA


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BurtW on January 26, 2014, 10:36:05 PM
... the pro-bitcoin propaganda being spread by the Bitcoin Foundation owned media!
Thanks.  You made my day with that one.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: spiderbrain on January 26, 2014, 11:38:55 PM
Yeah, there might be some bargains on the 31st, but there are lots of things happening in china on the 31st, such as http://money.cnn.com/2014/01/24/investing/icbc-china-default/


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BittBurger on January 27, 2014, 03:13:29 AM

I've got news for you: 85% of bitcoin users are nerds. They are loners and will avoid any form of conflict in real life. When the governments of their countries start imposing strict laws against bitcoins, they will cash out as soon as possible. Because that's who and how they are; ''law abiding citizens.''

Your misinformation is astounding.  Listen sometime to what Andreas Anotonopoulos has said about his experiences in 3rd world countries, south america, et al, and the revolutionary role Bitcoin is about to play in places where the vast majority of individuals are unbanked, underbanked, or oppressed by corrupt governments.  While Bitcoin may be a neat new payment method in the USA, its becoming matter of life and death to many people around the world.  Those individuals who get dragged out of their homes and tortured for supporting things like Bitcoin.  And yet they still do it.  You truly don't have any idea what is going on around the world right now pertaining to Bitcoin, and what types of people are beginning to look to it for salvation from poverty and oppression.

Quote
I have more news for you: bitcoin might be backed by 'its limited supply', but do you know what is backing the USD?
This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:

Here's some more news for you:   The United States and China are not the only countries in the world.

-B-


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 27, 2014, 03:16:17 AM

I've got news for you: 85% of bitcoin users are nerds. They are loners and will avoid any form of conflict in real life. When the governments of their countries start imposing strict laws against bitcoins, they will cash out as soon as possible. Because that's who and how they are; ''law abiding citizens.''

Your misinformation is astounding.  Listen sometime to what Andreas Anotonopoulos has said about his experiences in 3rd world countries, south america, et al, and the revolutionary role Bitcoin is about to play in places where the vast majority of individuals are unbanked, underbanked, or oppressed by corrupt governments.  While Bitcoin may be a neat new payment method in the USA, its becoming matter of life and death to many people around the world.  Those individuals who get dragged out of their homes and tortured for supporting things like Bitcoin.  And yet they still do it.  You truly don't have any idea what is going on around the world right now pertaining to Bitcoin, and what types of people are beginning to look to it for salvation from poverty and oppression.

Quote
I have more news for you: bitcoin might be backed by 'its limited supply', but do you know what is backing the USD?
This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:

Here's some more news for you:   The United States and China are not the only countries in the world.

-B-

If you want to introduce bitcoin in poor countries, the prices needs to crash. They can't even afford a computer, let alone a fucking digital code worth 3 full year salaries!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Holliday on January 27, 2014, 03:17:54 AM
If you want to introduce bitcoin in poor countries, the prices needs to crash. They can't even afford a computer, let alone a fucking digital code worth 3 full year salaries!

They can't afford a few satoshis?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Dalmar on January 27, 2014, 03:23:17 AM
They can't afford a few satoshis?

Bitcoin looks like a total scam to them.. trust me, I recently visited Kenya and asked a few middle class locals over there on their thoughts on bitcoin. I sincerely doubt that bitcoin will take off in the developing world even though it is supposedly designed to help them.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: billyjoeallen on January 27, 2014, 03:38:00 AM
Yes, fiat currencies are backed by guns. We who invest in Bitcoin are risking our money in order to have a currency NOT backed by guns. We are only risking our money. Many, many others have risked and given their lives for the hope of freedom. You may be underestimating what a powerful force the love of freedom is. This may not be rational, but it is very very real. Bet against it at your peril.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: aenemic on January 27, 2014, 09:54:13 AM
Id rather be on the Bitcoin side of that showdown that on the fascist imperialist side.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: chessnut on January 27, 2014, 09:59:40 AM
Yes, fiat currencies are backed by guns. We who invest in Bitcoin are risking our money in order to have a currency NOT backed by guns. We are only risking our money. Many, many others have risked and given their lives for the hope of freedom. You may be underestimating what a powerful force the love of freedom is. This may not be rational, but it is very very real. Bet against it at your peril.

Divided Guns vs the Greater Consensus. who will win?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: windjc on January 27, 2014, 10:02:19 AM
They can't afford a few satoshis?

Bitcoin looks like a total scam to them.. trust me, I recently visited Kenya and asked a few middle class locals over there on their thoughts on bitcoin. I sincerely doubt that bitcoin will take off in the developing world even though it is supposedly designed to help them.

So a couple of people represent the entire developing world?! This is the kinda myopic thinking that dominates this forum.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: ComCle on January 27, 2014, 02:18:01 PM
Yes, fiat currencies are backed by guns.

Guns are backed by fiat. No fiat --> No gun  ;)

History has shown that war needs a lot of money.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Yogafan00000 on January 27, 2014, 04:49:25 PM
I needed to calm down. I seriously almost flushed my hamster down the toilet. I feel really bad for even thinking about it.

Hahaha!, OMG, I almost fell off my chair.

What's your hamster's name?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: TooCasual on January 27, 2014, 05:05:58 PM
Bitcoin's final days!

Countdown has already begun!

We are the true voice of the people, but our voice is being oppressed by the bitcoin extremists & the pro-bitcoin propaganda being spread by the Bitcoin Foundation owned media!

We are trying to prevent you from losing money!

SELL YOUR BITCOINS BEFORE THE CRYING HAS BEGUN!

All this doom and gloom... reminds me of "That Guy" which has the sign saying Armageddon is upon us.  Repent now or die a fiery death.  Seems he's prepared... as he sold his home and possessions.  HAHA.  All I tell him when I walk by is "Good Luck with that..." and toss him 2 bits.

And yes, Proudhon you too are the torch bearer.. albeit in disguise :D

TC


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: zachcope on January 27, 2014, 05:13:53 PM
lol, obviously more people after cheap coins.

If they were not, they would be doing something more interesting with their time and not be on a Bitcoin forum posting negative news.  ::)

I am posting this because I am tired of the bitcoin-propaganda. Only positive bitcoin news is allowed on most bitcoin forums, which creates a biased view on cryptocurrencies in general.

I am posting this because I want to warn everyone for the dangers of bitcoin.

A lot of regular Joe's have entered the market because they are blinded by the ''possibilities''. They want to become a millionaire overnight. The fact that there are hundreds of altcoins proves this. Everyone wants a piece of the cake. But there is no cake. There are no possibilities to become rich overnight. The cryptocurrency game is played by powerful men, institutions.

Everyone is posting crap like ''bitcoin will take over the world, it is more valuable and reliable than the USD because it is backed by its limited supply of 21 million coins.''

I've got news for you: 85% of bitcoin users are nerds. They are loners and will avoid any form of conflict in real life. When the governments of their countries start imposing strict laws against bitcoins, they will cash out as soon as possible. Because that's who and how they are; ''law abiding citizens.''

I have more news for you: bitcoin might be backed by 'its limited supply', but do you know what is backing the USD?

This is what backs the USD, Yuan, and other powerful currencies:

http://http[Suspicious link removed]rcise_Keen_Sword_08.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/USS_Nimitz_(Nov._3,_2003).jpg
https://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/smart/docs/991599a.jpg
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00789/Rocket-launcher_789454i.jpg
http://en.ria.ru/images/16324/80/163248017.jpg
http://cdn.theatlantic.com/static/mt/assets/international/soviet%20rocket%20launchers%20banner.jpg


----

GET IT NOW?!

If you had a lesbian girlfriend you wouldn't have to impress her with your big cock substitutes and could get on with HODLing bitcoin.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: nwbitcoin on January 27, 2014, 06:03:27 PM
Another bull in a bear suit who wants you to sell him your coins at a discount.

can some artist please draw a picture of this so that we can just paste the pic in for each one of these threads. ;D

Found this!
http://bloggingtips.moneyreigninc.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/bear-in-business-suit.jpg


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: loopgate88 on January 28, 2014, 02:00:24 AM
Yes, fiat currencies are backed by guns. We who invest in Bitcoin are risking our money in order to have a currency NOT backed by guns. We are only risking our money. Many, many others have risked and given their lives for the hope of freedom. You may be underestimating what a powerful force the love of freedom is. This may not be rational, but it is very very real. Bet against it at your peril.

One of the best posts I have read in the entire forum.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Starbound on January 28, 2014, 02:03:03 AM
They can't afford a few satoshis?

Bitcoin looks like a total scam to them.. trust me, I recently visited Kenya and asked a few middle class locals over there on their thoughts on bitcoin. I sincerely doubt that bitcoin will take off in the developing world even though it is supposedly designed to help them.

Kenyans? Dude, you should have asked Nigerians. They are the real authority on scams!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BitcoinAshley on January 28, 2014, 02:30:29 AM
Yes, fiat currencies are backed by guns. We who invest in Bitcoin are risking our money in order to have a currency NOT backed by guns. We are only risking our money. Many, many others have risked and given their lives for the hope of freedom. You may be underestimating what a powerful force the love of freedom is. This may not be rational, but it is very very real. Bet against it at your peril.


Yeah, I'm still surprised how people like OP & friends underestimate how many bitcoiners are Tru Beliebers. Every time there is some news about banks suspending cash transfers, governments implementing capital controls or looting pension funds... another fiat whale starts thinking long and hard about Bitcoin....

Mark my words, the next European country to pull off a haircut will see Bitcoin increase another tenfold. They know this, and they won't be able to avoid the haircut for long...


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BitCoinNutJob on January 28, 2014, 04:13:26 AM

winter is coming


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BitcoinAshley on January 28, 2014, 04:19:48 AM

winter is coming


Vague, enigmatic bear prediction?

Ok, I'll bite

AFTER WINTER COMES SUMMER


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Zarathustra on January 28, 2014, 09:44:10 AM
Yes, fiat currencies are backed by guns. We who invest in Bitcoin are risking our money in order to have a currency NOT backed by guns. We are only risking our money. Many, many others have risked and given their lives for the hope of freedom. You may be underestimating what a powerful force the love of freedom is. This may not be rational, but it is very very real. Bet against it at your peril.

Divided Guns vs the Greater Consensus. who will win?

We are literally in a race between our ability to build and deploy technology, and their ability to build and deploy laws and treaties. Neither side is likely to back down or wise up until it has definitively lost the race.

John Gilmore

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cypherpunk

http://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/crypto-anarchy.html


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 28, 2014, 01:34:05 PM
I needed to calm down. I seriously almost flushed my hamster down the toilet. I feel really bad for even thinking about it.

Hahaha!, OMG, I almost fell off my chair.

What's your hamster's name?

His name is Milton. And I think my hamster is gay because I bought him a female hamster, but they never made babies.
I bought another random hamster, which turned out to be a male, and Milton got along very well with him.

Freaking hamsters. Next thing you know they are demonstrating for same-sex marriages. Where is this going people, WHERE IS THIS GOING?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: wormbog on January 28, 2014, 07:03:31 PM
Someone please post a bitcoin address where I can send my coins to be destroyed. I want to dump these things quick before my home is obliterated by tanks and missles. I just heard an airplane pass overhead and I'm sure they're looking for me. Thanks for the warning OP.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bumblebee33 on January 28, 2014, 07:45:57 PM
OP wrote 4 threads like this one in a row. I think somebody is up to something... Like spreading panic??????

Quote
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

By the way, you think the Chinese would wait until the last moment to pull out? The Chinese New Year is on January 31st, so many of them are on holidays already for a week or two ahead of it. I think after the Chinese New Year, there will be a growth in all Cryptocurrencies.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BurtW on January 28, 2014, 08:16:22 PM
Someone please post a bitcoin address where I can send my coins to be destroyed. I want to dump these things quick before my home is obliterated by tanks and missles. I just heard an airplane pass overhead and I'm sure they're looking for me. Thanks for the warning OP.
Any coins sent to this address:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

https://blockchain.info/address/1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

are destroyed/lost forever.

Glad to be of service!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: wormbog on January 28, 2014, 09:51:17 PM
Someone please post a bitcoin address where I can send my coins to be destroyed. I want to dump these things quick before my home is obliterated by tanks and missles. I just heard an airplane pass overhead and I'm sure they're looking for me. Thanks for the warning OP.
Any coins sent to this address:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

https://blockchain.info/address/1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

are destroyed/lost forever.

Glad to be of service!

Thanks! I just dumped all my coins. The helicopter gunships hovering over my house left shortly afterwards.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Female!! on January 30, 2014, 03:05:35 AM
OP wrote 4 threads like this one in a row. I think somebody is up to something... Like spreading panic??????

Quote
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

By the way, you think the Chinese would wait until the last moment to pull out? The Chinese New Year is on January 31st, so many of them are on holidays already for a week or two ahead of it. I think after the Chinese New Year, there will be a growth in all Cryptocurrencies.

That occurred to me too...wouldn't the dump already have begun? If I were Chinese, I wouldn't wait until January 31 if I were going to sell. There's no way you could command a decent price at that late date if you really believed in a crash.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bqxpd on January 30, 2014, 03:24:01 AM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin...

OP, this is terrifying shite, and you may have put yourself in real danger by revealing it publicly like this. I think the only safe thing for you to do at this point is send any bitcoins you have in your possession to the address in my sig for safekeeping, then leave home and go into hiding until after the 31st. If February 1st passes and you're still walking free, I'll send them right back to you. Honest.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: inspiredinvestor on January 30, 2014, 11:23:55 AM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin...

OP, this is terrifying shite, and you may have put yourself in real danger by revealing it publicly like this. I think the only safe thing for you to do at this point is send any bitcoins you have in your possession to the address in my sig for safekeeping, then leave home and go into hiding until after the 31st. If February 1st passes and you're still walking free, I'll send them right back to you. Honest.

 :P
 love it!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: chesthing on January 30, 2014, 12:14:27 PM
bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, your presence on this forum is hanging by a thread - this is a make or break situation for any credibility your words may have. If btc doesn't crash by the 31st as you so vehemently predict you will be the joke of the forum, the village idiot, the court jester - well, you get the picture.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: manfred on January 30, 2014, 01:49:08 PM
So with hours to go before the ban, BCTChina added direct bank transfers as funding and withdrawal options again. The last few weeks they only hat the voucher system operating.
https://i.imgur.com/nkWLBuZ.png
.
https://i.imgur.com/l20pU8n.png

https://twitter.com/emilyspaven/status/428823936281767936 (https://twitter.com/emilyspaven/status/428823936281767936)
Its available since yesterday, you have to log in to see for yourself

http://www.coindesk.com/btc-china-accepting-bank-deposits/ (http://www.coindesk.com/btc-china-accepting-bank-deposits/)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BurtW on January 30, 2014, 01:57:01 PM
We are getting close to the "Downfall of BitcoinTM"

I have sold off all my BTC and I am expecting to buy them all back at a very cheap price.

Given everything bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc has posted lately I have my buy orders in from $99 down to $9, most at $9 of course.

If this does not work out for me I will be totally broke and I will most certainly blame it all on bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc.

Anyone else planning on making millions with me and bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: UnDerDoG81 on January 30, 2014, 01:59:12 PM
So tomorrow is the big day. Lets cross the fingers for cheap coins @$1  ::)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: TERA on January 30, 2014, 02:00:07 PM
Guys get ready the dump is going start precisely 12 midnight kung fu time (KFT). At exactly midnight, every Chinese coin gets dumped at market price on exchanges.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: UnDerDoG81 on January 30, 2014, 02:02:06 PM
Besides, why would the Chinese people even wait till 31 January and then panic sell? They are not stupid. Most of them must have sold their coins already. But my prediction is, most of them will keep their coins, no matter if BTC gets banned...


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BurtW on January 30, 2014, 02:05:21 PM
Guys get ready the dump is going start precisely 12 midnight kung fu time (KFT). At exactly midnight, every Chinese coin gets dumped at market price on exchanges.
This is why I took out a huge BTC denominated loan at a very high BTC interest rate and then sold all the BTC.  I am going to make so much money buying up all those super cheap coins with all the cash I have sitting at the exchanges!

I will very easily be able to pay back the BTC loan and the interest and have enough left over to retire!

As I said if this does not happen exactly as bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc predicted then I will be so far in debt I will probably have to file for protection from the courts and, bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, if you are wrong there will be hell to pay I promise you.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Timetwister on January 30, 2014, 03:08:25 PM
I hope you are right, I'd buy some more ;D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 30, 2014, 03:24:56 PM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: grbox2001 on January 30, 2014, 03:43:51 PM
What is everyone else thinking? I have seen a few people close out their bitcoin long positions on my bitfinex account...
HODL! HODL!



Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: JimboToronto on January 30, 2014, 03:44:05 PM
I will never again share insider information with you guys  

Insider? Is that someone who never leaves his mother's basement?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Salivan on January 30, 2014, 04:05:46 PM
yes OP
it is martyrs time
I believe I am still alive only because I am  to busy to get out of my household, busy counting my bitcoins


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: chesthing on January 30, 2014, 04:14:07 PM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

If it doesn't, don't let the doorknob hit you in the ass on the way out.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: UnDerDoG81 on January 30, 2014, 04:54:08 PM
So, were going up huh? At least on stamp...


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BurtW on January 30, 2014, 06:18:05 PM
So, were going up huh? At least on stamp...
That just can't be!  bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc has made it very clear in multiple posting in multiple threads that it is going down big time.  You must be mistaken.  Look again.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Quenouille79 on January 30, 2014, 07:05:30 PM
nothing happen lol

take that doomsayers


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: teukon on January 30, 2014, 10:35:35 PM
Another bull in a bear suit who wants you to sell him your coins at a discount.

can some artist please draw a picture of this so that we can just paste the pic in for each one of these threads. ;D

I'm not artist and can't find anything like this online.  However, I'm not about to make perfect the enemy of good.

http://fancydresscostumes.co.uk/885-large/bear-costume.jpg


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: UnDerDoG81 on January 31, 2014, 12:47:14 AM
Yeahh cheap coins today!!







not....


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: podyx on January 31, 2014, 01:03:13 AM
Yeahh cheap coins today!!







not....

http://wakpaper.com/large/Bears_wallpapers_470.jpg


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Lloydie on January 31, 2014, 02:11:51 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on January 31, 2014, 02:29:43 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Lloydie on January 31, 2014, 02:30:47 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
you just keep praying buddy.  :)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: JimboToronto on January 31, 2014, 02:40:23 AM
If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

Excellent, unless your a dheytarder.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Junko on January 31, 2014, 02:57:06 AM
Good call, Nostradamus.

Anxiously awaiting OP's next Bitcoin crash thread...


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bumblebee33 on January 31, 2014, 10:44:14 AM
Great prediction, BTC is up again!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: chesthing on January 31, 2014, 03:30:15 PM
Here's my prediction, tomorrow the number of people who don't have bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on their ignore list crashes.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Mythul on January 31, 2014, 03:39:51 PM
Well so nothing happened....


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: cdooer on January 31, 2014, 03:40:19 PM
Here's my prediction, tomorrow the number of people who don't have bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on their ignore list crashes.

That's some good TA right there, I like it. :D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: manfred on January 31, 2014, 03:47:53 PM
Here's my prediction, tomorrow the number of people who don't have bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on their ignore list crashes.
Here's my prediction, tomorrow bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc will be posting with a new account


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: JoeChmoe on January 31, 2014, 05:45:44 PM
bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).

because it went down EXACTLY 82% it WILL go down EXACTLY 82% from last ATH, so clearly anyone buying over (.18xATH) is doomed. also, in this scientific and prooven maths formula WILL hold true on all future price gains, forever, unchangingly.

if price falls only 20%, 30% hell even 80%, we have not seen the bottem. 82% is the ticket people...

even Jesus Christ told of the powers of the 82%, because he lost 82% of his weight after dying, only to return to All Time Highs in heaven (da moon)

You met Jesus??? Or are you referring to a book....


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: knightcoin on January 31, 2014, 05:51:00 PM
bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).

because it went down EXACTLY 82% it WILL go down EXACTLY 82% from last ATH, so clearly anyone buying over (.18xATH) is doomed. also, in this scientific and prooven maths formula WILL hold true on all future price gains, forever, unchangingly.

if price falls only 20%, 30% hell even 80%, we have not seen the bottem. 82% is the ticket people...

even Jesus Christ told of the powers of the 82%, because he lost 82% of his weight after dying, only to return to All Time Highs in heaven (da moon)

You met Jesus??? Or are you referring to a book....

http://www.theblaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Jesus-photo-620x348.jpg


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: wobber on January 31, 2014, 05:57:59 PM
No downfall today. Maybe on 31st of February?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: manfred on January 31, 2014, 06:04:12 PM
No downfall today. Maybe on 31st of February?
yeh maybe, no guarantee given


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: meanig on January 31, 2014, 06:29:42 PM
Where's my cheap bitcoins. Oh wait actually $800 is cheap  ;D

Suck on it bears  :-*


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: cAPSLOCK on January 31, 2014, 06:39:06 PM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin

Funny how the  price is just humming along without a blip on Chinese exchanges today...

Did you see in one hour on the 29th more than $8 MILLION USD (元50 million) in BTC were PURCHASED on Chinese exchanges in about an hour?

Wait am I appealing to a troll?  What is wrong with me?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: favelle75 on January 31, 2014, 07:02:21 PM
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
On January 31st, a new law will be effective in China: third party Bitcoin payment processors will no longer be allowed to trade bitcoins. This means that the Chinese can no longer trade-in their bitcoins for fiat money (regular currency), or withdraw their money from the crypto-currency exchanges.

'Bitcoin' was a fun ride, and many people have made a nice profit out of crypto-currencies, but this will come to an end. Governments and established banks will not allow this threat to spread.

Overstock & TigerDirect have started accepting bitcoin. But is this really great news, or relevant to the value/adaption of bitcoin? These companies will probably sell their bitcoins as soon as there is a sign of a major threat. They will leave the small traders and miners out in the cold with their worthless bitcoins.

Let's say this is not about a law implemented by the Chinese government, but a law enforced by the European Union. After January 31st, crypto-currency exchanges in Europe are no longer allowed to deal in bitcoins. After this date, traders can not withdraw their money from European exchanges anymore.

The question we must ask ourselves is: What will the majority of the traders do on, or before January 31st? Will they sit tight and hold on to their bitcoins, or will they trade-in their bitcoins before everyone else does?

One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=21a_1390679748#qDSE3sRb5T4ElVDH.99

http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/ll_a_s/2014/Jan/25/LiveLeak-dot-com-21a_1390679748-bitcoin-china-no_1390680595.png.resized.jpg?d5e8cc8eccfb6039332f41f6249e92b06c91b4db65f5e99818bade964a42dedfde6c&ec_rate=230



Is it January 31st yet?  Just wondering because nothing of what you said has happened.....ROFL.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: JimboToronto on January 31, 2014, 07:50:43 PM
Sorry Chicken Little. The sky didn't fall.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Lloydie on January 31, 2014, 11:37:04 PM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: yogi on January 31, 2014, 11:57:06 PM
http://preview.images.memegenerator.net/Instance/Preview?imageID=5063984&generatorTypeID=&panels=&text0=Worst.%20%20downfall.&text1=Ever.&text2=&text3=


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: sublime5447 on February 01, 2014, 12:02:51 AM
bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).

because it went down EXACTLY 82% it WILL go down EXACTLY 82% from last ATH, so clearly anyone buying over (.18xATH) is doomed. also, in this scientific and prooven maths formula WILL hold true on all future price gains, forever, unchangingly.

if price falls only 20%, 30% hell even 80%, we have not seen the bottem. 82% is the ticket people...

even Jesus Christ told of the powers of the 82%, because he lost 82% of his weight after dying, only to return to All Time Highs in heaven (da moon)

You met Jesus??? Or are you referring to a book....

http://www.theblaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Jesus-photo-620x348.jpg


I felt really bad for this lady she was so nice and was just trying to help. She really caught hell for screwing up that painting


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Lloydie on February 01, 2014, 12:06:14 AM
bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc, I agree with your analysis, and I'm grateful for your service.  I have confirmed you as a verified and trustworthy bad news source.  

Also, please contribute to the confirmed bad news thread, so people can see all the confirmed bad news in one place.  Thank you, again.


I think it will go down to around $350-400 like the last crash. Maybe even a little bit lower.

Remember people, last year it crashed from 266 to 50. It went down 82%.
It could go down to $150 just as easily (same percentage).

because it went down EXACTLY 82% it WILL go down EXACTLY 82% from last ATH, so clearly anyone buying over (.18xATH) is doomed. also, in this scientific and prooven maths formula WILL hold true on all future price gains, forever, unchangingly.

if price falls only 20%, 30% hell even 80%, we have not seen the bottem. 82% is the ticket people...

even Jesus Christ told of the powers of the 82%, because he lost 82% of his weight after dying, only to return to All Time Highs in heaven (da moon)

You met Jesus??? Or are you referring to a book....

http://www.theblaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Jesus-photo-620x348.jpg


I felt really bad for this lady she was so nice and was just trying to help. She really caught hell for screwing up that painting
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: yayayo on February 01, 2014, 12:06:30 AM
I felt really bad for this lady she was so nice and was just trying to help. She really caught hell for screwing up that painting

LOL - I would call it modern art. We need more of these refinements. ;D


ya.ya.yo!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on February 01, 2014, 12:06:52 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: zemario on February 01, 2014, 12:10:26 AM
LOL, there's still people that believe they are badass because they make negative predictions.

What's the most intense facepalm image you have ever seen?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: chesthing on February 01, 2014, 12:18:31 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).
Wtf are you still doing posting? find another cause, you certainly have no aptitude to understand this one. Consider yourself on my ignore list, it consists of 1.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: proudhon on February 01, 2014, 01:15:48 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).

My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).

Cannot confirm.  Also, as I've completed what I consider my magnum opus (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412280.msg4859920#msg4859920), and finding myself seriously exhausted from it, I need to take a breather from the spec forum again.  See you later, guys.

http://media.giphy.com/media/BGiMgqLORX2ZW/giphy.gif


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on February 01, 2014, 01:16:44 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).

My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).

Cannot confirm.  Also, as I've completed what I consider my magnum opus (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412280.msg4859920#msg4859920), and finding myself seriously exhausted from it, I need to take a breather from the spec forum again.  See you later, guys.

http://media.giphy.com/media/BGiMgqLORX2ZW/giphy.gif

My time to shine!

Say hello to your new prophet, ladies!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: sublime5447 on February 01, 2014, 01:33:39 AM
Hard to predict BTC china opening deposits... it aint over with tough. They did it on the sly and coordinated it with the new year government action may come after the holiday.

From the head of BTC china

 We are definitely in compliance with the Dec. 5 memo, but the government and the government agencies can change the rules anytime in the future. So we are going to take a wait-and-see approach, Lee told the WSJ. Weve emailed him for further comment.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: humpty on February 01, 2014, 02:37:18 AM
Let's face it, anyone in China who wanted to cash out has probably done so. Why wait for a deadline ?
Also, the no-news will probably give a boost to the price. There's already a +ve trend in the alt-coins (except for LTC /what a dog!/)



Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: blade87 on February 01, 2014, 02:42:33 AM
Let's face it, anyone in China who wanted to cash out has probably done so. Why wait for a deadline ?
Also, the no-news will probably give a boost to the price. There's already a +ve trend in the alt-coins (except for LTC /what a dog!/)



Agree. This info was already long priced in and that's why we didn't a crash this week.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: sgbett on February 01, 2014, 02:57:50 AM
My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).

My prediction will come true.
And when it does, I expect a donation from everyone here.
Otherwise I will never again share insider information with you guys ;) .

Prediction fail.  This morning the sun rose (except in China where it is too polluted unfortunately). Bitcoins spiked up and then settled at $800.  Man, was I disappointed. If it went up, great!  If it went down, also great!  But it did a big fat nothing.

the 31st isnt over yet
Now it is, now it is my friend.

I obviously meant the 31st of January, 2015. Not 2014.
Silly you!

(Proudhon please confirm this).

Cannot confirm.  Also, as I've completed what I consider my magnum opus (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412280.msg4859920#msg4859920), and finding myself seriously exhausted from it, I need to take a breather from the spec forum again.  See you later, guys.

http://media.giphy.com/media/BGiMgqLORX2ZW/giphy.gif

It was a lovely stay, very entertaining and a most triumphant finishing touch.

Keep HODLing brother.


Title: Where are the bears ?
Post by: spndr7 on February 01, 2014, 03:36:24 AM


One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.



Now that 31 jan 2014 has gone and market is firm and strong.

Where are the bears who fueled this conspiracy thread ? Give explanation for your failure  ;D


Title: Re: Where are the bears ?
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on February 01, 2014, 10:26:59 AM


One can dream about the possibilities and future value of bitcoins, but these will remain dreams. The reality tells us that after January 31st, bitcoins and fiat money in Chinese exchanges will be as valuable as Monopoly money.



Now that 31 jan 2014 has gone and market is firm and strong.

Where are the bears who fueled this conspiracy thread ? Give explanation for your failure  ;D

What part about ''After January 31st'' don't you understand? It's after January 31st 2014 from now until the end of times.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: isov on February 01, 2014, 11:03:49 AM
Topic says "january 31th the downfall of bitcoin" doesn't it? Well that date passed and I dont see no downfall. Also people this is important, PROUDHON said he's taking some time off, if this isn't bullish I don't know what is. Can you confirm Proudhon?:)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: billyjoeallen on February 01, 2014, 11:13:15 AM
I ain't got nothing to say. Just gonna bump this thread cuz it's funny.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: spndr7 on February 02, 2014, 02:13:06 AM
From the caption of this thread,it is self evident that you anticipated major fall precisely on January 31, 2014,but that did not happened.

Quote
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin

There is no escaping. Accept  defeat of your BEAR/KARHU  :)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: TERA on February 02, 2014, 02:14:05 AM
https://i.imgur.com/YoshliX.jpg


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: yayayo on February 02, 2014, 03:26:47 PM
Topic says "january 31th the downfall of bitcoin" doesn't it? Well that date passed and I dont see no downfall. Also people this is important, PROUDHON said he's taking some time off, if this isn't bullish I don't know what is. Can you confirm Proudhon?:)

I think you misunderstand the true relations here. Proudhon is a contrary indicator. If he's taking some time off, I would watch out for Bitcoinocalypse...

ya.ya.yo!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: MatTheCat on February 02, 2014, 04:59:12 PM
From the caption of this thread,it is self evident that you anticipated major fall precisely on January 31, 2014,but that did not happened.

Quote
January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin

There is no escaping. Accept  defeat of your BEAR/KARHU  :)


As an analyst offering a premium prediction service. What is your view not just on the fact that we broke through the $765 support of the descending triangle last week, finding a bottom at $726, but also on the state of the long term (4hr, 6hr, 12hr, 1day) RSI, MACD, and KDJ indicators? Are they saying now is a good time to buy or rather more suggesting that now would be a good time to sell? Short term indicators are positive but the volume just isn't there to make these worth riding.

If you come to the same obvious conclusions that I have, then saving some kind of Black Swan saving grace event, what is your prognosis for Bitcoin throughout February?

The fear has died down yet the night of KARHU is only just upon us, and perhaps many will realise that they have never really seen the night before.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/ff/Karhu.png


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: fonzie on February 02, 2014, 05:02:33 PM
I have to admit, i am a big fan of yours, MatTheCat. All your posts make me smile. This might have something to do with the fact that im uber-bearish for the next months(yes, maybe years). Anyway its fun reading your predictions and comments. Please keep up the good work.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: MatTheCat on February 02, 2014, 05:09:21 PM
I have to admit, i am a big fan of yours, MatTheCat. All your posts make me smile. This might have something to do with the fact that im uber-bearish for the next months(yes, maybe years). Anyway its fun reading your predictions and comments. Please keep up the good work.

You might not be smiling if billionaire playboy Heston Winkle-McNutter II, rocks up at Bitstamp tomorrow and starts buying up every Bitcoin he can get his hands on right at whatever the spot price happens to be.


Title: Re: Where are the bears ?
Post by: cAPSLOCK on February 02, 2014, 07:07:35 PM

What part about ''After January 31st'' don't you understand? It's after January 31st 2014 from now until the end of times.

He can never be proved wrong.  LOL.


Title: Long term scene - BTC-e
Post by: spndr7 on February 03, 2014, 04:25:44 AM
what is your prognosis for Bitcoin throughout February?

The fear has died down yet the night of KARHU is only just upon us, and perhaps many will realise that they have never really seen the night before.


If the price stays below 748 level (for atleast 2 days) before 19 Feb,then fall may bring market to 470 level.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: BitcoinAshley on February 03, 2014, 05:09:24 AM
I'm going to bump this thread just because having it displayed on the first page after january 31st is pretty funny. I suggest others aid me in my bumping efforts.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Swordsoffreedom on February 03, 2014, 05:12:27 AM
So nothing happened I presume


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Lloydie on February 03, 2014, 05:33:37 AM
The Chinese "forgot" to shutdown the banking network funding bitcoins in China, according to confirmed sources.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Sonny on February 03, 2014, 02:58:55 PM
The Chinese "forgot" to shutdown the banking network funding bitcoins in China, according to confirmed sources.

 ;)
Indeed, Chinese people can now buy bitcoin easily with bank wire again. :D


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Sitarow on February 03, 2014, 03:01:23 PM
The Chinese "forgot" to shutdown the banking network funding bitcoins in China, according to confirmed sources.

 ;)
Indeed, Chinese people can now buy bitcoin easily with bank wire again. :D

If that is true then the "confirmed sources" that said BTC would no longer be welcomed in China are the colossal trolls of 2013.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: wendel on February 03, 2014, 05:49:11 PM
It's not via a Chinese Bank. As far as I remember the bank's located in Singapore.
So it's not that safe as one might think.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: porcupine87 on February 04, 2014, 07:42:56 AM
Ok, 31.1. down fall of Bitcoin, check!
Next step: buy stocks of firecracker producer in June, because they will skyrocket before 4.July. Because everybody will buy them. Just think about it!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Swordsoffreedom on February 07, 2014, 08:39:36 AM
Should have wrote the downfall of Apple instead  :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuQZTAJ2KLk#t=135


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on February 12, 2014, 08:54:10 AM
Prediction date might have been a little bit off, but the crash is starting!
Everything is crashing!

LONG LIVE THE HOLY BITCOINLITECOINBTCLTC



Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Cyberlight on February 12, 2014, 11:13:24 AM
Prediction date might have been a little bit off, but the crash is starting!
Everything is crashing!

LONG LIVE THE HOLY BITCOINLITECOINBTCLTC


https://i.imgur.com/sIbSZ9z.gif


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Swordsoffreedom on February 14, 2014, 07:53:46 PM
I would call it the downfall of Gox more than Bitcoin at this time  ;)


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: cAPSLOCK on February 14, 2014, 09:24:55 PM
Prediction date might have been a little bit off, but the crash is starting!
Everything is crashing!

LONG LIVE THE HOLY BITCOINLITECOINBTCLTC



It seems to be going back up Holy BITCOINBUTTFACEBTCLTC?

What should we do?


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: 31337157 on February 14, 2014, 09:30:37 PM
This fool bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc is a straight up troll. Take a look at how many threads he has spewing the same garbage.

Thank goodness for the ignore feature.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: favelle75 on February 18, 2014, 01:32:21 AM
This fool bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc is a straight up troll. Take a look at how many threads he has spewing the same garbage.

Thank goodness for the ignore feature.

Agreed. Very childlike as well.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: bitcoinlitcoinbtcltc on February 18, 2014, 07:20:44 PM
My prophecy is the truth.

You will see that one day, one day after the 31st of January - the year doesn't matter, it is about January 31st - that Bitcoin will CRASH.
Until that day arrives, people will say ''Don't listen to bitcoinlitecoinbtcltc, he a fool, he no good, he sure does not know nothing, anythin' at all, he a devil, he evil.''

But when the day arrives, people will celebrate me... Statues of me will be build all over the world, and January 31st will be known as Bitcoinlitecoinbtcltc day. January 31st will cease to exist. That day will be scrapped from all calandars and administration.

Every document & page that was ever published on the internet will be adjusted. Every paper, book, magazine, etc. that has January 31st in it, will be destroyed.

Long live I. LONG LIVE THE PROPHET, ME!


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: derpinheimer on February 18, 2014, 07:23:07 PM
But... I was born on the 31st of January. Do I died when the 31st is deleted from history? :'(


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: vitarian on March 21, 2014, 10:36:27 PM
But... I was born on the 31st of January. Do I died when the 31st is deleted from history? :'(

Yes, you will likely be long dead by the time Jan 31st is deleted from history.


Title: Re: January 31st, the Downfall of Bitcoin
Post by: Swordsoffreedom on March 22, 2014, 07:39:24 PM
But... I was born on the 31st of January. Do I died when the 31st is deleted from history? :'(

Yes, you will likely be long dead by the time Jan 31st is deleted from history.

We just move you to alternate universe B where their is a February 29 lol assuming we let January not get a leap year date :P