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February 06, 2016, 02:17:35 PM
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Bitcoin price is affected by various factors that cause pushes and pulls on the Bitcoin exchange price.

Influences include:
•General Bitcoin exchange transactions
•Company payrolls transacted in bitcoins
•Bitcoin price speculation
•Merchants who “cash-out” bitcoins
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February 06, 2016, 02:29:41 PM
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well bitcoin price is fluctuating a little bit but i am not worried about it at all because i believe that it will pretty soon bounce back to the normal price so i guess i should buy some more bitcoins right now
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February 06, 2016, 04:57:19 PM
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BTC price are going up becouse there are more buyers and sellers.
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February 06, 2016, 04:59:32 PM
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BTC price are going up becouse there are more buyers and sellers.
There is no any significant movement in the bitcoin price currently. We need more volume to determine whether its going up or down.
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February 06, 2016, 05:02:51 PM
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Bitcoin price is affected by various factors that cause pushes and pulls on the Bitcoin exchange price.

Influences include:
•General Bitcoin exchange transactions
•Company payrolls transacted in bitcoins
•Bitcoin price speculation
•Merchants who “cash-out” bitcoins


Also press. Press about: regulation, adaptation, blockchain, development issues, etc.

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February 06, 2016, 06:46:14 PM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.
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February 06, 2016, 07:18:02 PM
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nothing bad is happening, in my opinion the price will start rising sooner or later
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February 07, 2016, 09:39:59 AM
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nothing bad is happening, in my opinion the price will start rising sooner or later

I think the bitcoin price is just consolidating after last year's dramatic rise. It is preparing for the next rise.

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February 07, 2016, 09:48:06 AM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.

Nope. The price is just normal at this point. If you just focus on the long term target, then yes, the price right now is low. Long term minded people should buy now if they haven't already.

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February 07, 2016, 09:57:40 AM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.

Nope. The price is just normal at this point. If you just focus on the long term target, then yes, the price right now is low. Long term minded people should buy now if they haven't already.
Its always a good time to buy bitcoins for long-term mined people and now might be the best time to buy.
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February 07, 2016, 11:13:26 AM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.

Nope. The price is just normal at this point. If you just focus on the long term target, then yes, the price right now is low. Long term minded people should buy now if they haven't already.
Its always a good time to buy bitcoins for long-term mined people and now might be the best time to buy.
You mean before the overpriced halving? Not sure buddy not sure. I'd say it's the worst time ever, I'm really frightened by the halving coming. Massive dump in my opinion.

You want to buy? Wait for the halving and buy just after!

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February 07, 2016, 01:24:59 PM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.

Nope. The price is just normal at this point. If you just focus on the long term target, then yes, the price right now is low. Long term minded people should buy now if they haven't already.
Its always a good time to buy bitcoins for long-term mined people and now might be the best time to buy.
You mean before the overpriced halving? Not sure buddy not sure. I'd say it's the worst time ever, I'm really frightened by the halving coming. Massive dump in my opinion.

You want to buy? Wait for the halving and buy just after!

I am not sure the halving will give us the big price increase.
Last time nothing happened. So like always don't just buy bitcoins for the halving.

You may end up losing your money.

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February 07, 2016, 01:59:08 PM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.

Nope. The price is just normal at this point. If you just focus on the long term target, then yes, the price right now is low. Long term minded people should buy now if they haven't already.
Its always a good time to buy bitcoins for long-term mined people and now might be the best time to buy.
You mean before the overpriced halving? Not sure buddy not sure. I'd say it's the worst time ever, I'm really frightened by the halving coming. Massive dump in my opinion.

You want to buy? Wait for the halving and buy just after!

I am not sure the halving will give us the big price increase.
Last time nothing happened. So like always don't just buy bitcoins for the halving.

You may end up losing your money.



Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

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February 08, 2016, 01:25:46 PM
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The price is now very low indeed. That I admit honestly. But we can also see it as an advantage.
I think if it's a low price is that it can later be worth much more.

Nope. The price is just normal at this point. If you just focus on the long term target, then yes, the price right now is low. Long term minded people should buy now if they haven't already.
Its always a good time to buy bitcoins for long-term mined people and now might be the best time to buy.
You mean before the overpriced halving? Not sure buddy not sure. I'd say it's the worst time ever, I'm really frightened by the halving coming. Massive dump in my opinion.

You want to buy? Wait for the halving and buy just after!

I am not sure the halving will give us the big price increase.
Last time nothing happened. So like always don't just buy bitcoins for the halving.

You may end up losing your money.



Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

The last having had big effect on the bitcoin price. Together with the financial crisis, the price went to $266.

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February 08, 2016, 02:06:45 PM
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Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

Last halving was Nov 2012.

In June 2012, BTC broke up above $5, and peaked out in August 2012, at $16, crashed back down to $7, and by the time of the actual halving, BTC was trading at $10.

Big ramp up to $266, and then up to $1200 followed on the back of that, but this had nothing to do with rampers, a little to do with China entering Bitcoin, but mostly to do with fraudulent bot trading. Everytime Bitcoin wanted to have a healthy correction, Willy bot on Gox (and during April 2013 bubble Gox was 90% of BTC market) kept buying and buying, no matter what, and his chum Markus bot done the same, but less frequently, and in bigger amounts.


So last time around, Halving pump occurred around 3 months before actual halving event. Maybe we see the same thing this time around...in which case BTC better hurry the fuck up and put in the bottom the market screaming to put in so that BTC can get on with it, or...maybe, just maybe, $500 was the halving pump, 7 months early instead of just 3 months early?

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February 09, 2016, 11:29:24 AM
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Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

Last halving was Nov 2012.

In June 2012, BTC broke up above $5, and peaked out in August 2012, at $16, crashed back down to $7, and by the time of the actual halving, BTC was trading at $10.

Big ramp up to $266, and then up to $1200 followed on the back of that, but this had nothing to do with rampers, a little to do with China entering Bitcoin, but mostly to do with fraudulent bot trading. Everytime Bitcoin wanted to have a healthy correction, Willy bot on Gox (and during April 2013 bubble Gox was 90% of BTC market) kept buying and buying, no matter what, and his chum Markus bot done the same, but less frequently, and in bigger amounts.


So last time around, Halving pump occurred around 3 months before actual halving event. Maybe we see the same thing this time around...in which case BTC better hurry the fuck up and put in the bottom the market screaming to put in so that BTC can get on with it, or...maybe, just maybe, $500 was the halving pump, 7 months early instead of just 3 months early?


The halving pump will start from $400 and go up to $1000, then it will drop to around $600. The pump has not started yet.

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February 09, 2016, 11:45:49 AM
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Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

Last halving was Nov 2012.

In June 2012, BTC broke up above $5, and peaked out in August 2012, at $16, crashed back down to $7, and by the time of the actual halving, BTC was trading at $10.

Big ramp up to $266, and then up to $1200 followed on the back of that, but this had nothing to do with rampers, a little to do with China entering Bitcoin, but mostly to do with fraudulent bot trading. Everytime Bitcoin wanted to have a healthy correction, Willy bot on Gox (and during April 2013 bubble Gox was 90% of BTC market) kept buying and buying, no matter what, and his chum Markus bot done the same, but less frequently, and in bigger amounts.


So last time around, Halving pump occurred around 3 months before actual halving event. Maybe we see the same thing this time around...in which case BTC better hurry the fuck up and put in the bottom the market screaming to put in so that BTC can get on with it, or...maybe, just maybe, $500 was the halving pump, 7 months early instead of just 3 months early?


The halving pump will start from $400 and go up to $1000, then it will drop to around $600. The pump has not started yet.

The pump has not yet started, what you said is not gonna happen anytime. Most has speculated that the price will rise after halving. Its not fair to reach the value of 1000$ after halving. Halving may lead to a rise of 100$ to 200$ not more than that this time.

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February 09, 2016, 11:47:57 AM
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Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

Last halving was Nov 2012.

In June 2012, BTC broke up above $5, and peaked out in August 2012, at $16, crashed back down to $7, and by the time of the actual halving, BTC was trading at $10.

Big ramp up to $266, and then up to $1200 followed on the back of that, but this had nothing to do with rampers, a little to do with China entering Bitcoin, but mostly to do with fraudulent bot trading. Everytime Bitcoin wanted to have a healthy correction, Willy bot on Gox (and during April 2013 bubble Gox was 90% of BTC market) kept buying and buying, no matter what, and his chum Markus bot done the same, but less frequently, and in bigger amounts.


So last time around, Halving pump occurred around 3 months before actual halving event. Maybe we see the same thing this time around...in which case BTC better hurry the fuck up and put in the bottom the market screaming to put in so that BTC can get on with it, or...maybe, just maybe, $500 was the halving pump, 7 months early instead of just 3 months early?


The halving pump will start from $400 and go up to $1000, then it will drop to around $600. The pump has not started yet.

The pump has not yet started, what you said is not gonna happen anytime. Most has speculated that the price will rise after halving. Its not fair to reach the value of 1000$ after halving. Halving may lead to a rise of 100$ to 200$ not more than that this time.

Yes, plus there might not be enough buyers at the $1000 price point so the price will definitely drop. Not to mention there are altcoins on the rise, if those happen to prove themselves as a better alternative then there won't be enough funds going to bitcoin to sustain a high price point.

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February 09, 2016, 03:03:55 PM
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Really? Last halving had no impact?
I don't know when it was, I've got to admit I don't follow bitcoin trends since long...

Well it would be cool if there was no impact. I'm mostly afraid about the massive dumping of all people saying they bought btc for the next halving sell.
When should we expect the next halving? We still got plenty of time no?

Last halving was Nov 2012.

In June 2012, BTC broke up above $5, and peaked out in August 2012, at $16, crashed back down to $7, and by the time of the actual halving, BTC was trading at $10.

Big ramp up to $266, and then up to $1200 followed on the back of that, but this had nothing to do with rampers, a little to do with China entering Bitcoin, but mostly to do with fraudulent bot trading. Everytime Bitcoin wanted to have a healthy correction, Willy bot on Gox (and during April 2013 bubble Gox was 90% of BTC market) kept buying and buying, no matter what, and his chum Markus bot done the same, but less frequently, and in bigger amounts.


So last time around, Halving pump occurred around 3 months before actual halving event. Maybe we see the same thing this time around...in which case BTC better hurry the fuck up and put in the bottom the market screaming to put in so that BTC can get on with it, or...maybe, just maybe, $500 was the halving pump, 7 months early instead of just 3 months early?


The halving pump will start from $400 and go up to $1000, then it will drop to around $600. The pump has not started yet.

The pump has not yet started, what you said is not gonna happen anytime. Most has speculated that the price will rise after halving. Its not fair to reach the value of 1000$ after halving. Halving may lead to a rise of 100$ to 200$ not more than that this time.

The BTC price is very low and many people are negative about it I think. I think because the price is quite low now you have to invest, so that later you probably have more money.
But most people have the patience not to.
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February 10, 2016, 12:23:13 PM
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The BTC price is very low and many people are negative about it I think. I think because the price is quite low now you have to invest, so that later you probably have more money.
But most people have the patience not to.

When most people are negative about the bitcoin, then it is good time to buy. Winners are always few.

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