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August 19, 2012, 09:08:11 PM
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Everyone who believes this is the end, send me your wallet.dat!

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August 19, 2012, 09:09:37 PM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

It won't end just like that.  In summer of 2013 the price will rally all the way back up to $7.50 or so and then crash.  In 2014 the price will rally all the way back to $3.75 and then crash.  2015 will see a strong rally back to $1.87 followed by a crash and a healthy 2016 rally back to $0.93.  In 2017 LTC will rally to $100 and bitcoin will be done.  You heard it hear first folks.

lol, not a single currency is safe from manipulation. LTC is actually even in more danger. You can buy all ltc today with a fraction of money it costs to buy all btc....tiny fraction, and then do whatever you like with it. bitcoin has a real market tied to it and wont fall like in 2011 anymore....which reminds me of betting website =) should check it out.

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August 19, 2012, 09:11:26 PM
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Everyone who believes this is the end, send me your wallet.dat!
I'm buying for 1$ every wallet with >1btc stored on it with Paypal, or webmoney, just PM me  Roll Eyes Grin

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August 19, 2012, 09:12:05 PM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

It won't end just like that.  In summer of 2013 the price will rally all the way back up to $7.50 or so and then crash.  In 2014 the price will rally all the way back to $3.75 and then crash.  2015 will see a strong rally back to $1.87 followed by a crash and a healthy 2016 rally back to $0.93.  In 2017 LTC will rally to $100 and bitcoin will be done.  You heard it hear first folks.

We're still above $7.2, the price you said was going to be the high for 2012 (old high becomes new support).

At least the market is interesting again. Anyone's call where the trend goes from here..

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August 19, 2012, 09:23:17 PM
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I've been mining since April last year. I'm a small time miner about 2gh/s. I just started mining with a single 5850 that I didn't buy for Bitcoin but for video games. I cashed out about 40 Bitcoins when it hit $30 and used that to build a new miner. It's too bad the price crashed shortly after but it doesn't matter much I still made money. I've long since made that money back. I never put a penny into Bitcoin that I didn't make from Bitcoin except the cost of electricity for the first month of mining. Mining to me is like a couple of extra bucks on the side.

It annoys me that I'm making a few less bucks right now because some people were stupid enough to gamble their money into pirate's ponzi. It's always been like this where stupid people affect the market too much. It's occurred a few times. I'm pretty annoyed with this happening regularly where stupid people get ripped off and they affect the market.

Bitcoin won't die because of this but if it did I wouldn't even care I'd be happier.
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August 19, 2012, 09:24:18 PM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

It won't end just like that.  In summer of 2013 the price will rally all the way back up to $7.50 or so and then crash.  In 2014 the price will rally all the way back to $3.75 and then crash.  2015 will see a strong rally back to $1.87 followed by a crash and a healthy 2016 rally back to $0.93.  In 2017 LTC will rally to $100 and bitcoin will be done.  You heard it hear first folks.

lol, not a single currency is safe from manipulation. LTC is actually even in more danger. You can buy all ltc today with a fraction of money it costs to buy all btc....tiny fraction, and then do whatever you like with it. bitcoin has a real market tied to it and wont fall like in 2011 anymore....which reminds me of betting website =) should check it out.

Wait, sorry, have you not been watching the price this weekend?

When I use the word "higher" in a sentence I actually mean lower.
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August 19, 2012, 09:25:48 PM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

It won't end just like that.  In summer of 2013 the price will rally all the way back up to $7.50 or so and then crash.  In 2014 the price will rally all the way back to $3.75 and then crash.  2015 will see a strong rally back to $1.87 followed by a crash and a healthy 2016 rally back to $0.93.  In 2017 LTC will rally to $100 and bitcoin will be done.  You heard it hear first folks.

We're still above $7.2, the price you said was going to be the high for 2012 (old high becomes new support).

At least the market is interesting again. Anyone's call where the trend goes from here..


The trend is to go below January's high and then stay in the single digits into 2013.

When I use the word "higher" in a sentence I actually mean lower.
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August 19, 2012, 09:34:39 PM
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Why proudhon, why do you need bitcoin to crash so low?  It sounds like you want everyone else to panic so you can buy our bitcoins from us at a lower price than they're worth.  Sorry proudhon, but I'm not selling you my bitcoins.

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August 19, 2012, 09:38:50 PM
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Why proudhon, why do you need bitcoin to crash so low?  It sounds like you want everyone else to panic so you can buy our bitcoins from us at a lower price than they're worth.  Sorry proudhon, but I'm not selling you my bitcoins.
Look at his avatar. proudhon is a bull, that is why he is fear-mongering you all into selling, so that he can buy your coins as cheap as possible Wink
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August 19, 2012, 09:45:38 PM
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Love that there is no timeframe - just the 'certainty' of sub-dollar prices. So sure about the level but not about the time? You silly troll. Give us a date so we can come back and ridicule you later.

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August 19, 2012, 09:50:32 PM
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August 19, 2012, 09:50:41 PM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

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August 19, 2012, 09:57:08 PM
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I've already gotten back my initial investment because I was dollar-cost averaging on the way up these past few months. Currently sending some more USD to buy up coins when the price drops below $5 after Pirate returns coins to his lenders and a good portion decide to cash out.

Of course, there is always the chance that the market is over reacting to that possibility, and swinging TOO low. Or that Pirate doesn't pay out 100%.
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August 19, 2012, 10:01:43 PM
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...and I feel fine  Cheesy

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August 20, 2012, 02:33:43 AM
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This could be the perfect post to show the investor confidence cycle if we saw a turnaround now.

We should all remember this thread if the price trend does indeed continue upward.

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August 20, 2012, 02:40:17 AM
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If you really think it's the endgame and pirate is a ponzi, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101751

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August 20, 2012, 02:49:43 AM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

why do we put up with punks like this who come out with a FUD post but don't bother to back up other's refutations?  or is he a troll with an agenda?
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August 20, 2012, 02:59:46 AM
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August 20, 2012, 03:08:58 AM
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you know. i dont like your attitude, mister.
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August 20, 2012, 07:59:25 AM
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No matter who started it (that piratesomething), and why, but we're facing the end of Bitcoin. I see no way that this crash would stop. It'll go down, below 1$ and no-one will have any interest on mining, or using Bitcoins anymore. So I want to thank you all for these years, we had a good run, but maybe the world was not ready for this yet. Later we can find out what went wrong and maybe some day try again. Thank you, horgh is out. 

why do we put up with punks like this who come out with a FUD post but don't bother to back up other's refutations?  or is he a troll with an agenda?

Why not, who would reject someone who want to buy high sell low and give their money away for free, besides themselves?

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