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November 07, 2015, 07:21:18 AM
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Volume is crazy, hope this time price will break previous high
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November 07, 2015, 12:29:56 PM
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The Ponzi owners are cashing out! I seriously believe the 'Gambling' section of this forum has driven this bubble in large part - a subforum of that section!

Sure? How can you say that? Do you really think there are so much money (BTC) involved in the gambling section?
Do you have any reference or something you could give to what you have just said?
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November 07, 2015, 05:44:19 PM
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The Ponzi owners are cashing out! I seriously believe the 'Gambling' section of this forum has driven this bubble in large part - a subforum of that section!

It's impossible that a subsection of this forum has managed to move billions of dollars in the last days which is what we've seen (look at the marketcap, it went from to 4 to 7 billion dollars when the price was peaking at 500 USD. Not possible. People want Bitcoin and FOMO can set in fast.
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November 08, 2015, 12:32:04 AM
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Volume was indeed huge but it's going down constantly. 24 hours ago we had still over 200,000 BTCs of volume which is huge as well. Now we are at about 135,000. Looks like we are heading back to normal.

I do hope though that we pick it up and give this thing another push. It's a weekend though, maybe we just need to wait that money hits the exchanges on Monday. At least I hope so.
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November 08, 2015, 12:33:47 AM
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I actually think it's a good sign if we return to normal BTC volumes that we would regularly see but maintain this price level of around $380-390. Keeping a stable price level around this area with a normal volume would be a good sign that this price level is here to stay in my opinion - it's been relatively stable the past couple days.

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November 08, 2015, 12:46:40 AM
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I actually think it's a good sign if we return to normal BTC volumes that we would regularly see but maintain this price level of around $380-390. Keeping a stable price level around this area with a normal volume would be a good sign that this price level is here to stay in my opinion - it's been relatively stable the past couple days.

It gives more confidence isnt it. Merchants and shoppers like stable prices, instead of huge volatility.

I would also like it bitcoin would have a stable growth, but only after it reaches more than 10,000$ Cheesy

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November 08, 2015, 12:51:40 AM
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I actually think it's a good sign if we return to normal BTC volumes that we would regularly see but maintain this price level of around $380-390. Keeping a stable price level around this area with a normal volume would be a good sign that this price level is here to stay in my opinion - it's been relatively stable the past couple days.

It gives more confidence isnt it. Merchants and shoppers like stable prices, instead of huge volatility.

I would also like it bitcoin would have a stable growth, but only after it reaches more than 10,000$ Cheesy

Perhaps. Tongue I do think that if we do drop down to a lower volume but maintain this price level we can be sure that it has stabilised for now and is unlikely to drop back down to the $200s, so I'm actually quite looking forward to the volume dropping more as long as the price remains the same! It has so far Smiley

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November 08, 2015, 01:42:27 AM
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I actually think it's a good sign if we return to normal BTC volumes that we would regularly see but maintain this price level of around $380-390. Keeping a stable price level around this area with a normal volume would be a good sign that this price level is here to stay in my opinion - it's been relatively stable the past couple days.

It gives more confidence isnt it. Merchants and shoppers like stable prices, instead of huge volatility.

I would also like it bitcoin would have a stable growth, but only after it reaches more than 10,000$ Cheesy

Perhaps. Tongue I do think that if we do drop down to a lower volume but maintain this price level we can be sure that it has stabilised for now and is unlikely to drop back down to the $200s, so I'm actually quite looking forward to the volume dropping more as long as the price remains the same! It has so far Smiley

But that is not deflation, because the coins are still there isnt it?

It's not like throwing 100$ into a volcano and get destroyed? It's still existing, it's just that it's perma-locked, plus you have no way of proving really that the private keys are lost. The owner can sit on it 100 years and his grandsons find his lost private key in some old shelf and then spend the money.

What really happens is the money velocity goes down, which is deflationary in nature, but it could indicate less demand too, so that is not "deflation" as it's commonly defined.

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November 08, 2015, 03:31:30 AM
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Fascinating, we almost hit the volume of the NYSE Cheesy

Soon bitcoin will be the biggest financial market in the world.

Source on what you're referring to here? NYSE dwarfs bitcoin in terms of number of trades, and most especially, value of trade. It's not even close.

I said almost, that means we are not there yet.

But if this continues , bitcoin volume will exceed NYSE. Because it's global.

Imagine the 3.5 billion unbanked, starting trading /moving bitcoins around, the NYSE will become the dwarf.

Again, no where near this in any foreseeable future. You're talking about a single currency that does a couple hundred millions dollars of trade on its most dramatically active days, versus an exchange comprised of hundreds of billion dollar companies, and which turns over hundreds of billions of dollars of value in a 7 hour period on its slowest days. Bitcoin is literally thousands of times smaller, and the presently unbanked will join the traditional banking system in larger numbers than bitcoin, thus ensuring bitcoin trade never overtakes NYSE.
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November 08, 2015, 03:34:59 AM
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Again, no where near this in any foreseeable future. You're talking about a single currency that does a couple hundred millions dollars of trade on its most dramatically active days, versus an exchange comprised of hundreds of billion dollar companies, and which turns over hundreds of billions of dollars of value in a 7 hour period on its slowest days. Bitcoin is literally thousands of times smaller, and the presently unbanked will join the traditional banking system in larger numbers than bitcoin, thus ensuring bitcoin trade never overtakes NYSE.

Never?

So when you will have thousands of online businesses, tons of new concepts and many new members.

Foxes market volatility is dying, they print so much money that all fiat currencies will die in a stalemate.

Forex traders will love bitcoin they are already joining us.

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November 08, 2015, 04:20:28 AM
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Again, no where near this in any foreseeable future. You're talking about a single currency that does a couple hundred millions dollars of trade on its most dramatically active days, versus an exchange comprised of hundreds of billion dollar companies, and which turns over hundreds of billions of dollars of value in a 7 hour period on its slowest days. Bitcoin is literally thousands of times smaller, and the presently unbanked will join the traditional banking system in larger numbers than bitcoin, thus ensuring bitcoin trade never overtakes NYSE.

Never?

So when you will have thousands of online businesses, tons of new concepts and many new members.

Foxes market volatility is dying, they print so much money that all fiat currencies will die in a stalemate.

Forex traders will love bitcoin they are already joining us.

Then it will still be dwarfed by the magnitude of the NYSE, which is home to hundreds of multi-billion dollar companies. The largest company on NYSE right now is 60 times larger than the entirety of bitcoin, and that's only one company. And there are at least 49 other companies that are each, by themselves, 20 times bigger than the entirety of bitcoin. And then that's still only the first 50 companies, there are more than 3200 companies listed on the NYSE. You're comparing as equals two things that are staggeringly nowhere near being equal. It becomes evident just how great the discrepancy is when you look at hard numbers and don't speak in abstract generalities, or lofty (and generous) estimations on what the future is going to hold for bitcoin adoption.
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November 08, 2015, 04:38:35 AM
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I actually think it's a good sign if we return to normal BTC volumes that we would regularly see but maintain this price level of around $380-390. Keeping a stable price level around this area with a normal volume would be a good sign that this price level is here to stay in my opinion - it's been relatively stable the past couple days.

It gives more confidence isnt it. Merchants and shoppers like stable prices, instead of huge volatility.

I would also like it bitcoin would have a stable growth, but only after it reaches more than 10,000$ Cheesy

Perhaps. Tongue I do think that if we do drop down to a lower volume but maintain this price level we can be sure that it has stabilised for now and is unlikely to drop back down to the $200s, so I'm actually quite looking forward to the volume dropping more as long as the price remains the same! It has so far Smiley

If price stays at this level for long time may another few weeks then most likely prices will not go back to 200+ range. But without stabilizing at this level again prices move up then more likely prices will fall back because their is no strong foundation for prices to go up so much at shot. But last few days prices around 380 range not going either down or up from that level.
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