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December 12, 2017, 10:10:46 AM
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Of course its an important matter. As a beginner on bitcoin the price is my point to how much money that i could invest on bitcoin.more higher the price more little the value of my money. And more people love to try to mining it. If the price going down many people will doing opposite. Many user of bitcoin will trying to save their money with trend selling. And the beginner try to buy as they could because the cheap price and wish to aim more profit if the price rise.

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December 12, 2017, 11:48:48 AM
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Yes the price of bitcoin really matters too.Earning and making something out of bitcoins is really a big help to people especially with those without jobs.Bitcoin price is so helpful in their everyday needs.
Yes off course the rate of bitcoin effect because when the rate of bitcoin decreased then the trader start buying more and more bitcoin while when the rate of bitcoin is increased then people will start selling their bitcoin and that is the good trading in bitcoin for more people while some people are also investing in bitcoin.
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December 12, 2017, 11:28:47 PM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU

which makes expensive bitcoin prices a factor of very high market demand and very limited and little bitcoin availability, that's the main trigger for bitcoin to be very expensive.
Rate of bitcoin is the major element which effect trader motion when the rate of bitcoin decreasing the trader start buying more and more bitcoin and when the rate of bitcoin is increasing then trader start selling bitocoin.
Absolutely the price rate matters. What is else than price? It is the only main asset that people are loving. And like you said, yes traders are only looking for the prices. Where are they doing, what I have to do now, should I buy more or sell more and what and why. These all questions are just because of the prices. Bitcoin is all about the price and this is one of most impressive part of it.
We are the investor, our purpose are want to make money and earn profits from trading Bitcoin. Are you the fan of Bitcoin? If you are a person like to use Bitcoin and buy it just for your favorite and you do not care the value of Bitcoin, it is a special case.
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December 12, 2017, 11:34:31 PM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU

Bitcoin price really matter. It matter because of the value of it is very low many paeopke.will not choose it because it can't helo un their life. Peooke choose a job that is capable to help the on their own needs. So that the proce of bitcoin is really matter in each of individuals.
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December 12, 2017, 11:35:26 PM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU
it always does,just like now imagine how long bitcoin price struggles and reaches its highest price ever of $18,000 .so for me the price of bitcoin will always matter and so many aspect and specially in trading and holding when we will only profit because of price increase
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December 13, 2017, 02:58:51 AM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU

 Yes its matter we  bitcoin are waiting to bitcoin fall price so we can buy and we wait till the price high. Its pretty obvious that we're investing bitcoin because of price and all want a big huge price..without that why you invest..
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December 13, 2017, 03:09:47 AM
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I just realized that bitcoin prices actually affect bitcoin. even many people are investing when bitcoin prices are above $ 1000. this is a very interesting development. even the media are also interested in this, and create many articles about bitcoin.
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December 13, 2017, 04:51:16 PM
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This post is like 2 and a half years old and current situation and value of BTC is self explanatory
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December 13, 2017, 05:59:50 PM
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Price doesn't actually matter, it is the demand that matters, the higher the demand coupled with the already established fact of bitcoins being very difficult to get automatically drives the price high, if the demand somehow drops down it will in turn reduce the price of the bitcoins, so to sum up more than price of bitcoins, it is the demand that matters
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December 13, 2017, 07:29:01 PM
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Actually, the higher the price the less is the speed of mining... Thus, for people who mine and have to pay for electricity the price matters
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December 13, 2017, 10:23:08 PM
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Yes it is, the price of bitcoin matters. Especially to the people are in investing and trading. They buy bitcoin in low price and sell it at high value. They dont want to sell at lower price, its like wasting your money and time.


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December 13, 2017, 10:29:51 PM
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I think this is a two way  answers - it matter and it doesn't matter. Firstly,  Bitcoin price doesn't matters : investor(short term investors ), traders and holders will want Bitcoin price to soar for quick profit but will not benefit if price significantly fall bolow what was invested or saved within a short period of time. Pices doesn't matter to these set of users.

Bitcoin prices matters: Investors (long term investors on manufacturing, services, etc), traders would want stability in price of Bitcoin for products and services, that is to say, if price keep rising, the cost of goods  and services will be will very high for people to buy, and the results -inflation.
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December 13, 2017, 10:42:42 PM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU

For me the bitcoin price really matters to everyone because they choose their jib based on salary that they earn. They based if it can help their future or it can sustain their daily needs in life. Bitcoin become popular because of its price. Also if the value of bitcoin is nothing no one will depend on it.
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December 15, 2017, 05:41:25 AM
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Price doesn't actually matter, it is the demand that matters, the higher the demand coupled with the already established fact of bitcoins being very difficult to get automatically drives the price high, if the demand somehow drops down it will in turn reduce the price of the bitcoins, so to sum up more than price of bitcoins, it is the demand that matters
Yes it is. This post is so old like two and half years have been passed and that time I think bitcoin was in $1000 or around. This price was so enough at that time. The increasing speed of price was so much low that it seems, bitcoins are the stable currency. But just compare that with now, and see the miracle happening every other day. Bitcoins will be the super currency in future.
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December 15, 2017, 05:51:56 AM
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Oviously it matters.Different bitcoin has different price.If the price of bitcoin is low then its the great chance for investment.If the price is high its time to sell. So for surely it matters a lot.

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December 15, 2017, 06:19:23 AM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU
Of course the price of bitcoin matters. It is what the investors usually look over before investing and it is also what they look over before starting something. The price of bitcoin is volatile that's you should always be mindful on what's happening in the market so that you may know if it's a good time to invest or not. It is a concern even by looking at any angle since it is the thing that decides whether we get a good profit or not.
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December 15, 2017, 10:33:55 AM
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I think yes, the price of bitcoin matter. I started earning bitcoin because I know that bitcoin price is increasing. I gain a lot of money through it, and I’m the member of bitcoiner that are happy if the bitcoin price is getting very expensive. I just started gaining bitcoin with the amount of 5,000$, but now we all know that bitcoin price 15,000$ above and that’s sound good I can obtain a lot of money.
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December 15, 2017, 10:57:46 AM
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Definitely, the price of bitcoin matters. More people would come to invest in it when its price rises. Similarly, when its price falls down, more people would quit. Most of the people invest in bitcoins only to earn profits. Only some people would be bitcoin enthusiasts who would continue to celebrate bitcoin even if its price is low.
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December 15, 2017, 11:40:52 AM
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For me, yes the price of bitcoin matter it’s when the price of something is rapidly increasing many people are willing to gain or willing to obtain it. Bitcoin price is quickly increasing even it is unstable, and also many people are willing to earn it because of the massive price. If bitcoin price is stable, I’m sure that it will not be very popular with investor’s, traders and to some persons.  Smiley
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December 15, 2017, 11:58:29 AM
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For true devotees of Bitcoin, the price of the digital currency is almost irrelevant. They believe in its inherent value or, more frequently, cannot see any value at all in the alternative of government issued fiat currency. Price is therefore not a concern. At the other end of the spectrum, for those that harbor what appears to be an irrational hatred of Bitcoin and anything to do with it, the exchange rate also matters little. They were screaming that it was all worthless when the price was at over $1000, and somehow convince themselves that an exchange rate of over 200 times what it was before that bubble proves their point. For the vast majority of people somewhere in the middle, however, the price of the currency in Dollar, Euro, Yuan or whatever terms is important.

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/does-the-price-of-bitcoin-matter-cm476312#ixzz3a1cH4qcU

Bitcoin price matters and we cannot deny it. Like other users we are glad if bitcoin ptice pumps and become disappointed when it dumps. It is also the reason why many of its users are still working for it for it will gain income from it. If the future income is just small I don't think that they will still work here. Having an income is very important to us what more an additional income.
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