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1  Economy / Speculation / Interesting players on: July 07, 2013, 04:24:26 AM
I've been lurking quite a lot recently. I find the players here funny, obviously most of them are amateurs riding the emotion trend way to hard. If you were smart, you would just sell your coins then wait until there is a comfortable bottom. We are at $67 now according to mtgox/bitcoinity and I doubt this will be the floor. I'm guessing $40's. I'm not gonna waste any of you guy's time with charts but $40's or $30's is definitely the time to buy in.. why? Because even if that is not the floor you have little to lose depending on how much you are willing to gamble. Anyways, why are you weak ones panicing now? Did you really think that the high prices would last long for what still is a child in development. Wait, buy in at low 30-40 then sit. If it works out it works out, if it doesnt it shouldnt bother you anyway because the rule of thumb is never to put in more than you are willing to lose. Man, I feel bad for all the guys that posted on here 3 months ago talking about the loans they took out for BTC. Get serious.
2  Economy / Speculation / For the cry babies. on: April 11, 2013, 12:03:03 AM
Anyone crying about the price drop more than likely will be weeded out when we get a more dramatic correction. ATM the lowest floor I saw right now was at $130. Thats nothing, and still better than 3 weeks ago. Children, calm yourselves and realize that bitcoins are, atm, a gamble and what I would consider a high risk investment until we get some kind of real stabilization. If you can't understand the simple principles of that, then you will be gone by next month. Put some hair on your baby chests. Trading is all about going balls deep, not just putting the tip in.
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Modminer and bASIC. on: April 07, 2013, 01:58:16 AM
So I've been playing with the idea, of upgrading my current rig with the addition of a modminer. However doing some prodding around I have found that the owner was recently accused of scamming and actively returning orders from his bASIC project. However I have heard no foul play of the modminer quads. I have emailed asking if these are still being delivered but have yet to receive a response since I just emailed. My question is, if I do fork over 1k of my "hard earned" cash will these be delivered? or should I just stick to the good ol GPU and not give any money away.

Thanks.
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