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Question: Do you think they are attempting to mass up coins as they know where BTC is going or attempting to kill it for the same reason..?
Kill - 5 (11.6%)
Mass - 38 (88.4%)
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December 01, 2015, 07:24:09 PM
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December 01, 2015, 07:35:03 PM
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I think they are out to screw as much money out of the market as possible by pumping and dumping. They don't care if it's going to the moon, or if it will die. They don't care if their pumps and dumps eventually kill it, they only want as much short term profit as they can screw out of the market by manipulating all the little fish.
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December 01, 2015, 07:48:31 PM
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I think they are out to screw as much money out of the market as possible by pumping and dumping. They don't care if it's going to the moon, or if it will die. They don't care if their pumps and dumps eventually kill it, they only want as much short term profit as they can screw out of the market by manipulating all the little fish.

True, true.
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December 01, 2015, 08:13:11 PM
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I'm sure they will continue to buy back low if that's what you are wondering. No way do they want to kill it or leave the game. With the halving coming next year, little fish should just hold if they don't know what they are doing (e.g, me).
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December 01, 2015, 08:18:35 PM
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I think they are out to screw as much money out of the market as possible by pumping and dumping.


That's a plus one from me as well. The only thing that'll best them is sustained and widespread genuine demand, but as long as they're playing their games it's going to scare away the potential newcomers.

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December 01, 2015, 08:38:54 PM
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I'm sure they will continue to buy back low if that's what you are wondering. No way do they want to kill it or leave the game. With the halving coming next year, little fish should just hold if they don't know what they are doing (e.g, me).


I am the master of holding.

I have ALL of the bags LMAO.
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December 01, 2015, 09:40:38 PM
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It would be stupid to manipulate the price in such a way that they would kill bitcoin. They probably have so much more to gain from manipulating, that the last thing they want is for the price to crash.

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December 01, 2015, 10:05:15 PM
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It would be stupid to manipulate the price in such a way that they would kill bitcoin. They probably have so much more to gain from manipulating, that the last thing they want is for the price to crash.

Agree on all but the crash part...
There is definitely too much to gain to let it go to shit. They will, however, crash it over and over. How else will they gain more from buying low and scare enough people to sell to them? A $10 dump is nothing. A $100 series of dumps makes people uneasy and they scoop them up at the bottom.

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December 02, 2015, 12:38:09 AM
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they can't kill now.
so, they mass ... and play simply with fiat money before they vanish completly.

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December 02, 2015, 12:43:10 AM
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It would be stupid to manipulate the price in such a way that they would kill bitcoin. They probably have so much more to gain from manipulating, that the last thing they want is for the price to crash.

If you're making a few grand or considerably more per move today I doubt you're too bothered about the outlook in a decade or so. I'll bet there's a few big time traders who only think of BTC as a few numbers on their exchange screen.

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December 02, 2015, 01:16:31 AM
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I they some are afraid of bitcoin and try to kill it. Some try to make a good pump and dump and earn some milllions.

Maybe they want to take over some company before the end of Q4
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December 02, 2015, 08:22:16 AM
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why they should kill it? unless these manipulators are government and bank i can't see the reason behind it, casual big traderrs, all care about profit

so they are clearly accumulating at every new step, and preparing to dump at whatever is their target
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December 02, 2015, 08:55:29 AM
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I don't buy it because the market is a mess at the moment. I'm sorry to say it but bitcoin is a safe heaven for speculators of all sorts and as someone else said what they all care about is profit. Bitcoin for them it is just another game to pump their wallets with shorts and stop-losses. To me this is the main problem here  

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December 02, 2015, 11:31:40 AM
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I don't buy it because the market is a mess at the moment. I'm sorry to say it but bitcoin is a safe heaven for speculators of all sorts and as someone else said what they all care about is profit. Bitcoin for them it is just another game to pump their wallets with shorts and stop-losses. To me this is the main problem here  

Do you think stock markets out there are any different?
Every market is getting manipulated. Just don't get fooled by the size of these markets.
Bigger markets have bigger manipulators.It's all rigged.

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December 02, 2015, 11:54:52 AM
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I don't buy it because the market is a mess at the moment. I'm sorry to say it but bitcoin is a safe heaven for speculators of all sorts and as someone else said what they all care about is profit. Bitcoin for them it is just another game to pump their wallets with shorts and stop-losses. To me this is the main problem here  

Do you think stock markets out there are any different?
Every market is getting manipulated. Just don't get fooled by the size of these markets.
Bigger markets have bigger manipulators.It's all rigged.

There is no difference. Each market where you can make money, is being manipulated. Indeed as you say, the bigger the markets they play in, the bigger the manipulators are. In Bitcoin a decent whale has probably $2-$3 million in total assets, which I mean as Bitcoin and fiat. Wealthy stock market traders play with hundreds of millions of Dollars, if not more.

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December 02, 2015, 12:03:40 PM
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imo manipulators profit mostly from squeezing margin positions.
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December 02, 2015, 12:06:17 PM
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imo manipulators profit mostly from squeezing margin positions.

There isn't margin to be squoze in the last month or better

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December 02, 2015, 12:23:15 PM
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Of course they are trying to hoard the most coins possible! Now, the question is are they staying in Bitcoin or are they cashing out to Fiat their speculative profits. You should have put that into your poll.

I really don't see why would they try to kill something that gives them profits at the moment!
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December 02, 2015, 02:06:43 PM
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I don't buy it because the market is a mess at the moment. I'm sorry to say it but bitcoin is a safe heaven for speculators of all sorts and as someone else said what they all care about is profit. Bitcoin for them it is just another game to pump their wallets with shorts and stop-losses. To me this is the main problem here  

Do you think stock markets out there are any different?
Every market is getting manipulated. Just don't get fooled by the size of these markets.
Bigger markets have bigger manipulators.It's all rigged.

There is no difference. Each market where you can make money, is being manipulated. Indeed as you say, the bigger the markets they play in, the bigger the manipulators are. In Bitcoin a decent whale has probably $2-$3 million in total assets, which I mean as Bitcoin and fiat. Wealthy stock market traders play with hundreds of millions of Dollars, if not more.

Of course I know the stock market makes no difference at all! The thing is that in the stock markets there is, what I call "legalized robbery" while with BTC exchanges, as I already said, to me it seems like a total mess in which bagholders can play as they want. Not to forget that since margin ttrading started is even worse.

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December 05, 2015, 06:29:07 AM
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I think they are out to screw as much money out of the market as possible by pumping and dumping. They don't care if it's going to the moon, or if it will die. They don't care if their pumps and dumps eventually kill it, they only want as much short term profit as they can screw out of the market by manipulating all the little fish.

This is the most correct answer. Source: I know a whale who is doing exactly that.

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