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March 05, 2016, 10:38:11 AM
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$800M marketcap, yeah I'm pretty sure it will reach $1B
$870m now.

Only a litecoins worth left to go.

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March 05, 2016, 10:46:06 AM
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$800M marketcap, yeah I'm pretty sure it will reach $1B
$870m now.

Only a litecoins worth left to go.
It was only weeks ago ETH passed Litecoin and ripple combined. Pretty amazing.

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March 05, 2016, 10:51:05 AM
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$800M marketcap, yeah I'm pretty sure it will reach $1B
$870m now.

Only a litecoins worth left to go.
It was only weeks ago ETH passed Litecoin and ripple combined. Pretty amazing.

It feels like people are reading my posts online and making them come true.  It's a weird feeling to be right about everything...

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March 05, 2016, 10:51:16 AM
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Forget this year. Will ETH reach $1billion market cap this month (or even this weekend Shocked)
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March 05, 2016, 10:51:55 AM
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I would also love to hear everyone's thoughts and opinions.

Why not? A huge portion of ETH is accumulated in the hands of whales who exchange it to each other on Poloniex.
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March 05, 2016, 10:53:03 AM
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Forget this year. Will ETH reach $1billion market cap this month (or even this weekend Shocked)
This weekend even? Looking at the charts there is literally a wall of money hitting ETH. In glad I'm in.

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March 05, 2016, 11:20:42 AM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?
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March 05, 2016, 11:22:06 AM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?

Arent you worried about BTC mining being centralised by 4 chinese people?

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March 05, 2016, 11:24:40 AM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?

Arent you worried about BTC mining being centralised by 4 chinese people?

Yes, but seperate topic.

For me I remember the whole explosion of Bitcoin price at MtGox was driven by an internal exploit where they could buy bitcoin without spending any cash. For me I feel like half the volume is at poloniex, and a quarter is at Kraken. But other exchanges see like no volume. Just makes me leery thats all.
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March 05, 2016, 11:27:22 AM
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I swear that 90% of the posts on this forum are started as fud.
Is there any community online where people who are actually enthusiasts of crypto tech talk to each other sensibly? Rather than just day trading speculators posting hype and fud?

I don't trust anything anyone says on this forum any more as there is so much blatant fud/shilling, so I just assume that all the posts which don't seem to be fud/shill are still doing it, just being  more subtle about it. Its as a bad as the exchange trollboxes.

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March 05, 2016, 11:27:29 AM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?

Arent you worried about BTC mining being centralised by 4 chinese people?

Yes, but seperate topic.

For me I remember the whole explosion of Bitcoin price at MtGox was driven by an internal exploit where they could buy bitcoin without spending any cash. For me I feel like half the volume is at poloniex, and a quarter is at Kraken. But other exchanges see like no volume. Just makes me leery thats all.

Poloniex is quite trustworthy.  And why would they pump ETH why not another coin?  There are many other coins on the market at poloniex,  much higher profits to be made pumping those ones.



I believe you are just sour graping. You need to do some research on Ethereum instead of listening to the worthless opinions of bitcoinmaximalist trolls

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March 05, 2016, 11:47:23 AM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?
no because there are not many places to buy ETH right now.

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March 05, 2016, 11:57:16 AM
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That would currently mean $13 per coin. That's quite possible. I personally think it wil reach $10 within a month or so.

Within a month?  Isn't that too optimistic?

You started this thread a month ago.  Its just over 100 mil away from the 1 billion mark.
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March 05, 2016, 12:12:53 PM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?

Arent you worried about BTC mining being centralised by 4 chinese people?

Yes, but seperate topic.

For me I remember the whole explosion of Bitcoin price at MtGox was driven by an internal exploit where they could buy bitcoin without spending any cash. For me I feel like half the volume is at poloniex, and a quarter is at Kraken. But other exchanges see like no volume. Just makes me leery thats all.

Poloniex is quite trustworthy.  And why would they pump ETH why not another coin?  There are many other coins on the market at poloniex,  much higher profits to be made pumping those ones.



I believe you are just sour graping. You need to do some research on Ethereum instead of listening to the worthless opinions of bitcoinmaximalist trolls
The highest amount of Ethers or the top address is of Poloniex Cold-wallet*.I am not accusing anything here but it is something that shouldn't be ignored.IMO the recent pump might take a nap after hitting 1 billion market cap but is pretty unreasoned though.
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March 05, 2016, 12:25:40 PM
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That would currently mean $13 per coin. That's quite possible. I personally think it wil reach $10 within a month or so.

Within a month?  Isn't that too optimistic?

You started this thread a month ago.  Its just over 100 mil away from the 1 billion mark.

Yep. 1 billion cap we might see this month.

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March 05, 2016, 02:13:53 PM
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That would currently mean $13 per coin. That's quite possible. I personally think it wil reach $10 within a month or so.

Within a month?  Isn't that too optimistic?

You started this thread a month ago.  Its just over 100 mil away from the 1 billion mark.

Yep. 1 billion cap we might see this month.
Hell, we might see it today Smiley  LOL
Most of this is new fiat money coming in.  But I tell you what - those HODLers over in Bitcoinland are panicking! LOL.   One more time, they are watching the price bitcoin turn around and start heading down again.   I really want to feel sorry for them, but I just can't.  They are just addicted to the drama over there, and they really do deserve to have missed the very beginning of what is going to be a long road up for Ethereum.

Ironically, it may be a spike in Bitcoin money moving over that floats us over the $1 Billion mark.  Again, I think that really almost all of the increases are new fiat money, but I do think, and you watch, that we're getting ready to see a mass exodus out of bitcoin.  I mean - they are stubbornnly loyal to bitcoin and I guess there is something good about that, but I don't they are stupid, and it really is sort of getting apparent that this is not turning around anytime soon.  I mean - we are still 10 days from Homestead.   That is going to create a lot of buzz and news etc.

Anyway - watch for a sharp influx from bitcoin users.
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March 05, 2016, 02:20:45 PM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?

Arent you worried about BTC mining being centralised by 4 chinese people?

Yes, but seperate topic.

For me I remember the whole explosion of Bitcoin price at MtGox was driven by an internal exploit where they could buy bitcoin without spending any cash. For me I feel like half the volume is at poloniex, and a quarter is at Kraken. But other exchanges see like no volume. Just makes me leery thats all.

There's 2628 BTC volume in trex last 24 hours
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March 05, 2016, 03:19:37 PM
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It seems like ETH is a hedge for Bitcoin for the moment. Move from Bitcoin to Eth and back and profit. :-)
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March 05, 2016, 03:21:36 PM
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Isn't anyone worried about half the volume being on one exchange?

Arent you worried about BTC mining being centralised by 4 chinese people?

Yes, but seperate topic.

For me I remember the whole explosion of Bitcoin price at MtGox was driven by an internal exploit where they could buy bitcoin without spending any cash. For me I feel like half the volume is at poloniex, and a quarter is at Kraken. But other exchanges see like no volume. Just makes me leery thats all.

Poloniex is quite trustworthy.  And why would they pump ETH why not another coin?  There are many other coins on the market at poloniex,  much higher profits to be made pumping those ones.



I believe you are just sour graping. You need to do some research on Ethereum instead of listening to the worthless opinions of bitcoinmaximalist trolls
The highest amount of Ethers or the top address is of Poloniex Cold-wallet*.I am not accusing anything here but it is something that shouldn't be ignored.IMO the recent pump might take a nap after hitting 1 billion market cap but is pretty unreasoned though.
So, $114 Million in one wallet.......Wow. That fu$king should make anyone nervous.
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March 05, 2016, 09:19:32 PM
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This is incredible, I've bought in, doubled my money, and cashed half out, three times now ... really at a dilemma now whether or not just to go all in - I know never to gamble more than I can afford to lose but since this is all free money effectively, starting with a 1 BTC investment I made a couple of months ago - which has now netted me over 3BTC profit with 1.5 still invested - hmm. Could lose it all, or could be celebrating on my own private tropical island this time next year ...
Decisions, decisions.
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