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November 14, 2015, 12:55:15 PM
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From $250 to $500, back to $300 in a span of a few weeks or even days?
This does not look like market trading at all.
Bitcoin is a $4bil entity. Although relatively small, it is big enough NOT to have such volatility.



Its nothing in the history of bitcoin look at the bigger bubble spikes in % terms.  The biggest ever one was from 0.0000001 cent to $1.  We've had tons of big ups and downs since. Overall the trend is up.
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November 14, 2015, 03:14:26 PM
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Hmmm. Part of the reason I don't tend to buy P&Ds-ruin-our-lives arguments is because they usually seem to come back to regulate-all-the-things arguments. Not saying they don't occur, just that evidence tends to play second fiddle to solutions (of a regulatory nature). Anyway, if the latest rise was indeed a P&D it was an exceptional one, and kudos to the players behind it.

Hmmm. Part of the reason I don't tend to buy P&Ds-ruin-our-lives arguments is because they make me question my 'deregulate-all-things' dogma.
The market has nothing to do with financing business projects, it's just another way to gamble/lose money (see the ponzi and rape sections of this forum), so there's nothing wrong with P&D. Serves those idiots who chose to trade on unregulated markets right -- Nature's way of eliminating the weak and the feeble-minded.
It's all good.

You should give up on the dogma. Hard evidence is the solution, not blindly following dogma. Even if you're simply mindlessly channeling a troll.

Edit: no, you're right. I should devote time and energy to persuading the government and regulatory authorities of the PRC that they should regulate against speculation in a nationally tiny market in order to protect some anonymous guy on the internet who's told me via the medium of sarcasm that they're really keen on regulating this nationally tiny market. I just bet the PRC will jump right to it.

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November 17, 2015, 03:01:42 PM
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never know who they are because bitcoin is anonymous and the person behind these messing also anonymous too

i think they only have 1 purpose did this and that is money
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