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1141  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Cheapest invites (waffles,hd-torrents,gft,bitme.tv,ptp,btn,fuxor,theplace,tt)etc on: November 21, 2013, 07:11:02 PM
Supernatural is spamming PMs with a link to a bitcoinforum login phishing site.  I would strongly recommend against doing business with him.
1142  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wave 5 or wave C on: November 21, 2013, 07:09:14 PM
It would be a new phenomena in the trend of rallies and mini bubbles if bitcoin were to rise again to massive levels after a 50% one day drop in value this week. For that reason I think we`re in a bull trap now, so we`re on the B wave now, or the bullish `return to normal` phase.

IMO, too many new investors were burned by the bumpy ride this week, and it will take a few weeks for them to regain their nerve, if they come back at all. Also, prices are still too high to attract many new investors at this stage. The psychological barrier of buying `one coin` should not be underestimated. I think this little rally will lose steam and we should drop by a good margin this weekend.

We are either on the verge of C, or 5 is already in progress.  At least a small C is more likely IMO, and it's extent will tell us a lot about what the next few weeks hold.
1143  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 07:05:08 PM
I don't give a shit what some poor kids think in a third world country (or america).
I just love to hear/read my bullshit in this forum.

So come on! buy more! We need more to the moon topics.

People like you are why I'm seriously considering leaving the US.

I'm not US resident.
We just have lots of dirty fiat from US tax evaders.

Well where do you live so I can cross that country off my list too.... I'm so sick of the arrogance of people in America and Europe.
fyi "America" does not mean "United States"..... just thought you should know, as long as we are on this topic  Wink

Thanks for telling me what I already know Roll Eyes.  I chose the words I used carefully.
oh? because the bolded made it pretty clear to me. so when you say "America" here, you mean to say that Central Americans, South Americans, Brazilians -- are arrogant like people in your country?

Yes, I mean to say that many Central and South Americans are also arrogant, although there are obviously differences.

South America in particular has many countries with serious socialism/entitlement problems.

That said, the US does take it to a whole new level.
1144  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 07:03:11 PM
I don't give a shit what some poor kids think in a third world country (or america).
I just love to hear/read my bullshit in this forum.

So come on! buy more! We need more to the moon topics.

People like you are why I'm seriously considering leaving the US.

I'm not US resident.
We just have lots of dirty fiat from US tax evaders.

Well where do you live so I can cross that country off my list too.... I'm so sick of the arrogance of people in America and Europe.

It's not about country, it's about individuals.

Mirsad is most probably a child of people who went to Switzerland from my own country, or at least my area, it's a name specific for Balkans... you know, that type of poor sods who start thinking they are something special day after they find their way from misery and make their first 1k. Or more precisely - cunts.

Certain cultures encourage this type of mindset.  It is those cultures I would prefer to avoid.
1145  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 06:59:18 PM
I don't give a shit what some poor kids think in a third world country (or america).
I just love to hear/read my bullshit in this forum.

So come on! buy more! We need more to the moon topics.

People like you are why I'm seriously considering leaving the US.

I'm not US resident.
We just have lots of dirty fiat from US tax evaders.

Well where do you live so I can cross that country off my list too.... I'm so sick of the arrogance of people in America and Europe.
fyi "America" does not mean "United States"..... just thought you should know, as long as we are on this topic  Wink

Thanks for telling me what I already know Roll Eyes.  I chose the words I used carefully.
1146  Economy / Economics / Re: 1 BTC = 20 USD on: November 21, 2013, 06:56:57 PM
I estimated the probability of reaching 1000 dollars per bitcoin to be 0.06%

How about now? Tongue

Edit: Just voted... ah hindsight Smiley

Dude that was stated in the context of hitting $1000 per BTC during the 2011 calender year.  Don't be a dick.

Chill out... I'm just trying to bring some perspective.
1147  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 06:52:15 PM
This is a monstrous fuckup of enormous proportions, if this is true then their trading engine is broken beyond repair and should be taken down and replaced by something else immediately!

Right, out of order execution is not acceptable.
1148  Economy / Speculation / Re: How many bitcoin parabolic rise and bubble crash have you been through? 1, 2, 3? on: November 21, 2013, 06:51:15 PM
Since $1.... I don't know how you define bubbles, but there has been a lot of action.
1149  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wave 5 or wave C on: November 21, 2013, 06:49:48 PM
So what's the general consensus here?

Are the yellow circles points 5 and B and now we will see a massive drop, or, are they 3 and 4 and we are about to see an explosion?



Neither circle can be 4.  4 is a down wave.
1150  Economy / Speculation / Re: Gold collapsing. Bitcoin UP. on: November 21, 2013, 06:36:12 PM


Plus or minus.

I love it's Proudhon posting this. He has been assimilated!

Believe it or not, long before Proudhon became everyone's favorite bear, he was a supermegaturbobull.  But then 32->2 hit him pretty hard and his horns turned to claws.
1151  Economy / Economics / Re: 1 BTC = 20 USD on: November 21, 2013, 06:33:48 PM
I estimated the probability of reaching 1000 dollars per bitcoin to be 0.06%

How about now? Tongue

Edit: Just voted... ah hindsight Smiley
1152  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 06:31:32 PM
I don't give a shit what some poor kids think in a third world country (or america).
I just love to hear/read my bullshit in this forum.

So come on! buy more! We need more to the moon topics.

People like you are why I'm seriously considering leaving the US.

I'm not US resident.
We just have lots of dirty fiat from US tax evaders.

Well where do you live so I can cross that country off my list too.... I'm so sick of the arrogance of people in America and Europe.
1153  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: 50 GH/s BFL miner running at 15 GH. on: November 21, 2013, 06:21:02 PM
I'm on archlinux, using latest cgminer from git.  All of my other miners (ASICMiner) are working fine, and the BFL is running, just not full throttle:
BAL  0:  max 55C 3.26V | 15.37G/15.16Gh/s | A:7902 R:392 HW:66 WU:209.5/m


I'm mining on a local p2pool instance.
1154  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / 50 GH/s BFL miner running at 15 GH. on: November 21, 2013, 05:20:29 PM
My BFL SC finally arrived today.  I plugged it in and was only getting 26 GH/s.  So I unplug it, remove the power cord, and wait a few minutes.  When I hook it all back up, it now caps out at 15 GH/s.  Any ideas?
1155  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 05:03:05 PM
I don't give a shit what some poor kids think in a third world country (or america).
I just love to hear/read my bullshit in this forum.

So come on! buy more! We need more to the moon topics.

People like you are why I'm seriously considering leaving the US.
1156  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 04:00:48 PM
Now that we are discussing about anything.

Does anyone have an opinion on having a BTC donation address in your signature?
Have any of you ever gotten anything from having one? A cool story perhaps on how you randomly received a ton of BTC.

Kinda looks like begging in the digital age doesn't it Smiley. (And I'm taking part of it Cheesy).

When I am helpful, people send me BTC.  I practically forget I have an address in my Sig until someone tips me.  Check blockchain.info.  Bitcointalking has been highly profitable for me.
1157  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 03:56:45 PM
I would kill for 22 BTC...I have 1/100 of that...

The reason why there are so many idiotic postings...
Probably more then 50% here have less then 1 btc and are younger then 18 years old -> can't take anything seriously from such users

Every "normal" guy can afford at least 10-100 btc.

Thats ridiculous. Very few "normal" guys can throw $70,000 USD onto what is still very much an extremely speculative investment. Maybe you're on wallstreet and think $70K is throw away money, but don't be confused. You have to be crazy well off to throw $70,000 into something as far out as bitcoin.

What does "on Wallstreet" even mean? Wink

I assume it means one works in a building on the street called "Wall Street" in New York City.  In other words, someone on Wall St. works for a big bank or invest firm, although I suppose there are some coffee shops on Wall St. too.
1158  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: November 21, 2013, 03:51:12 PM
I would kill for 22 BTC...I have 1/100 of that...

The reason why there are so many idiotic postings...
Probably more then 50% here have less then 1 btc and are younger then 18 years old -> can't take anything seriously from such users

Every "normal" guy can afford at least 10-100 btc.

Thats ridiculous. Very few "normal" guys can throw $70,000 USD onto what is still very much an extremely speculative investment. Maybe you're on wallstreet and think $70K is throw away money, but don't be confused. You have to be crazy well off to throw $70,000 into something as far out as bitcoin.


But the low is $7000 and anyone with a job can afford to save $7000 in few years. If not, something is wrong

That something is most likely they were born in a country where only the wealthy earn that much in a year.  Unfortunately, billions of people still fall in that category.  Seriously guys, extrapolation from Europe/North America to anyone/everyone is a sure fire way to look like a retard on the internet.
1159  Economy / Speculation / Re: If you invest in bitcoin, do you invest in alternative cryptocurrencies as well? on: November 21, 2013, 07:43:49 AM
I haven't had real incentive to look at altcoins...maybe I should start looking at Litecoin. Based on my limited knowledge, that would be the only one I could be bothered to look at.

LTC, FTC, NMC, TRC, and XPM are interesting.  I wouldn't worry too much about the others.

Forget TRC. BTC-E is delisting it.

Right, because an appeal to authority is the best way to convince someone to abandon a cryptocurrency Roll Eyes.
1160  Economy / Speculation / Re: If you invest in bitcoin, do you invest in alternative cryptocurrencies as well? on: November 21, 2013, 07:37:38 AM
I haven't had real incentive to look at altcoins...maybe I should start looking at Litecoin. Based on my limited knowledge, that would be the only one I could be bothered to look at.

LTC, FTC, NMC, TRC, and XPM are interesting.  I wouldn't worry too much about the others.
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