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January 06, 2016, 10:24:19 PM
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the price is way above 400 dollar mark and it is like that for a while already, its very good to see the price to be so stable and not dropping i think it means that bitcoin has a bright future as an investment

bitcoin has a bright future whether the price drops back to $300 or climbs to $600. that doesn't matter. all current prices are nothing to the eventual price. keep that in mind.

Yes but that's price we expect bitcoin to be.
There is no guarantee it will go there eventually. So be invest what you can afford to lose.

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January 07, 2016, 03:44:06 AM
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Look at how the price just went over $440. That's because of the support the price has been having. No way it would drop under $400. Those who where waiting for it are better off buying now before it goes up higher.

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January 07, 2016, 08:13:45 AM
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I don't know about that will for now I see that the price is kinda good.
450 dollars that is fine with me.
Before halving I will just want to see to 500 dollars.
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January 07, 2016, 09:35:55 AM
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The weekend is long past us. Prediction failed, thread over, right?

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January 07, 2016, 10:41:53 AM
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Look at how the price just went over $440. That's because of the support the price has been having. No way it would drop under $400. Those who where waiting for it are better off buying now before it goes up higher.

The price is around $450 now. I do not care about the price rise. If it is too fast, it is bad for bitcoin. If it rise <0.1% per day, that is good.
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January 07, 2016, 10:48:47 AM
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We we can say that bitcoin is not going under 400 dollar so I think we have some hope that it can reach to 500 dollars this 2 month if it is possible.
I don't think we will see a 300 dollars maybe above 350 dollars.
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January 07, 2016, 10:58:15 AM
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Bitcoin has survived several weekends without it dropping below $400. I guess it would safe to say that I don't believe that bitcoin will drop below $400 any time soon. Seeing as that bitcoin has survived more than 1 weekend above $400.
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January 07, 2016, 11:03:34 AM
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Look at how the price just went over $440. That's because of the support the price has been having. No way it would drop under $400. Those who where waiting for it are better off buying now before it goes up higher.

The price is around $450 now. I do not care about the price rise. If it is too fast, it is bad for bitcoin. If it rise <0.1% per day, that is good.

Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ? All people who hold their coins are happy with that. IMO what I do not like is the fast and surprising drops in the price.
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January 07, 2016, 11:21:32 AM
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I think it will survive I don't see it happening that it will go under 400 dollars.
I think we will be stable around the 400 dollars.
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January 07, 2016, 11:30:33 AM
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The price is barely floating above $400. But for how long? The latest analysis suggests the breakdown to be happening soon.

Drive-by troll post. The OP hasn't posted further in this thread since their original December 31 post, they don't reveal what their "latest analysis" is, etc. Anyway, last weekend saw price remain resolutely above $420 so I guess that's the answer to the OP's claim.

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January 07, 2016, 11:33:53 AM
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I was also spectating to go crashing down. But now I see is not going down.
I think we will see a 400 dollar above that this year. I think bitcoin won't just go down like that.

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January 07, 2016, 11:37:03 AM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.

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January 07, 2016, 08:30:27 PM
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$400 survived past weekend and now the price is going above $450 and it is increasing +6-7% until now.

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January 07, 2016, 08:39:21 PM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.

Amen. I would rather see a long slow increase. IMO, the boom and bust cycles hurt adoption and utility. Although we may never be able to do anything about this.

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January 08, 2016, 10:21:48 PM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.


That is the reason I do not like fast rise. If the price rose 100% instead of 1500% in 2013, we would not have 2 years of bear market.
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January 09, 2016, 02:44:05 AM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.


That is the reason I do not like fast rise. If the price rose 100% instead of 1500% in 2013, we would not have 2 years of bear market.

I find this argument weak. If price would only rise 100% in 2013, then 100% in 2014, then 100% in 2015, it would be only $96 vs $455 right now.
I prefer $455, but that's me.
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January 09, 2016, 08:44:01 AM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.


That is the reason I do not like fast rise. If the price rose 100% instead of 1500% in 2013, we would not have 2 years of bear market.

I find this argument weak. If price would only rise 100% in 2013, then 100% in 2014, then 100% in 2015, it would be only $96 vs $455 right now.
I prefer $455, but that's me.

what? this is completely wrong, the price was $90 before the 1200 ath, so if it rise 100 in 2013 instead of going to 1200, it would be $180 in 2013 only

then $360 in 2014, and $720 in 2015...

you should factor-in the price that there was before the pump for the last ath started, not the initial price of 2013
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January 09, 2016, 06:00:49 PM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.


That is the reason I do not like fast rise. If the price rose 100% instead of 1500% in 2013, we would not have 2 years of bear market.

I find this argument weak. If price would only rise 100% in 2013, then 100% in 2014, then 100% in 2015, it would be only $96 vs $455 right now.
I prefer $455, but that's me.

what? this is completely wrong, the price was $90 before the 1200 ath, so if it rise 100 in 2013 instead of going to 1200, it would be $180 in 2013 only

then $360 in 2014, and $720 in 2015...

you should factor-in the price that there was before the pump for the last ath started, not the initial price of 2013

No, YOU are wrong; he was saying IF price would only go up 100% in 2013, there never was any word about $90.
Check the graph. On Jan 1 2013, price was $13.20
http://www.investing.com/currencies/btc-usd-historical-data

So, according to him (and you), by Jan 2014 it would be $26.4, then by Jan 2015 $52.8 and by Jan 2016 $105.16

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January 09, 2016, 06:27:10 PM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.


That is the reason I do not like fast rise. If the price rose 100% instead of 1500% in 2013, we would not have 2 years of bear market.

I find this argument weak. If price would only rise 100% in 2013, then 100% in 2014, then 100% in 2015, it would be only $96 vs $455 right now.
I prefer $455, but that's me.

what? this is completely wrong, the price was $90 before the 1200 ath, so if it rise 100 in 2013 instead of going to 1200, it would be $180 in 2013 only

then $360 in 2014, and $720 in 2015...

you should factor-in the price that there was before the pump for the last ath started, not the initial price of 2013

No, YOU are wrong; he was saying IF price would only go up 100% in 2013, there never was any word about $90.
Check the graph. On Jan 1 2013, price was $13.20
http://www.investing.com/currencies/btc-usd-historical-data

So, according to him (and you), by Jan 2014 it would be $26.4, then by Jan 2015 $52.8 and by Jan 2016 $105.16



$90 was the previous price before the 1200 ath started, i know because i was watching themarket and suddenly the pump initiated

and why the hell you refer to your self as "he", it's your post man...
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January 09, 2016, 06:34:29 PM
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Why you do not like the fast increase in bitcoin ?

Because fast increase means heavy drop and long long bear market because so many people get burned and run away from crypto.


That is the reason I do not like fast rise. If the price rose 100% instead of 1500% in 2013, we would not have 2 years of bear market.

I find this argument weak. If price would only rise 100% in 2013, then 100% in 2014, then 100% in 2015, it would be only $96 vs $455 right now.
I prefer $455, but that's me.

what? this is completely wrong, the price was $90 before the 1200 ath, so if it rise 100 in 2013 instead of going to 1200, it would be $180 in 2013 only

then $360 in 2014, and $720 in 2015...

you should factor-in the price that there was before the pump for the last ath started, not the initial price of 2013

No, YOU are wrong; he was saying IF price would only go up 100% in 2013, there never was any word about $90.
Check the graph. On Jan 1 2013, price was $13.20
http://www.investing.com/currencies/btc-usd-historical-data

So, according to him (and you), by Jan 2014 it would be $26.4, then by Jan 2015 $52.8 and by Jan 2016 $105.16



$90 was the previous price before the 1200 ath started, i know because i was watching themarket and suddenly the pump initiated

and why the hell you refer to your self as "he", it's your post man...

I refer to "him" because "he" or 'she" proposed that we would be better off with 100% rise/year, so it is his/hers calculation (and yours since you were defending it), not mine.
I am still at a loss why we should start counting 2013 advance form $90 when the year began at $13-is it where you start watching it (at $90) ?

My general point is it is BETTER for the price to have huge bubbles, followed by bear markets than just chugging along linearly.
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