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April 29, 2016, 07:58:24 AM
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Maybe I hate Tongue

Bought at 710 and sold for 371 satoshi. Before I buy, it was kept on rising and grabbing my attention on yobit with the continuous green blink.

Since the time I bought it, kept on dropped. I was with a hope it will rise and hold myself from not selling when it was at 590.

Now, it was dropped to 371 and had to choice than selling :/

Yes, it's very tempting when you see the price of a coin being pumped up, I fell for it a few times too...

That's why I warned about the unhealthy volume Orly had a few days ago.

It seems now Orly is starting to settle quite a bit, volume is still within Top 5 @Yobit, but the ups and downs are less extreme, but enough movement to keep traders interested.

Maybe you can enter the Orlycoin meme contest and win 250,000 ORLY Smiley O RLY? YA RLY!

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April 29, 2016, 08:11:43 AM
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Nope, I'm really fucked up with thier trick. Bought 3888 coins at 710 satoshi and sold at 258 satoshi. Because I can't afford more loss. Lol Grin

Update: Bought 5200 ORLY again at 302SAT -_-


Just chalk it up to experience and don't beat yourself up. I have never seen any coin being pumped only once and never again. You'll get your chance to make up for the loss.

Also don't worry if it falls to 200 even. Just have some self control.

At the very least, when pow phase is over in a few weeks, price should rise again and I doubt it will settle as low as 300.

Now is the time to buy

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Nope, I'm really fucked up with thier trick. Bought 3888 coins at 710 satoshi and sold at 258 satoshi. Because I can't afford more loss. Lol Grin

Update: Bought 5200 ORLY again at 302SAT -_-


Just chalk it up to experience and don't beat yourself up. I have never seen any coin being pumped only once and never again. You'll get your chance to make up for the loss.

Also don't worry if it falls to 200 even. Just have some self control.

At the very least, when pow phase is over in a few weeks, price should rise again and I doubt it will settle as low as 300.

Now is the time to buy

I'll forget that I have even bought this coin and will patiently wait and hoping I'll be in profit. I'm so tired of buying high and selling cheap the very same coin lol  Grin
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April 29, 2016, 08:45:55 AM
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Oh ... you have to be careful with this coin.
I bought a little sample of coins and sold cheaply, I goof, seduced by it.
However, the profit and received sometimes. But something more willing to buy large amounts of not only a little.
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April 29, 2016, 10:07:18 AM
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Maybe I hate Tongue

Bought at 710 and sold for 371 satoshi. Before I buy, it was kept on rising and grabbing my attention on yobit with the continuous green blink.

Since the time I bought it, kept on dropped. I was with a hope it will rise and hold myself from not selling when it was at 590.

Now, it was dropped to 371 and had to choice than selling :/

Yes, it's very tempting when you see the price of a coin being pumped up, I fell for it a few times too...

That's why I warned about the unhealthy volume Orly had a few days ago.

It seems now Orly is starting to settle quite a bit, volume is still within Top 5 @Yobit, but the ups and downs are less extreme, but enough movement to keep traders interested.

Maybe you can enter the Orlycoin meme contest and win 250,000 ORLY Smiley O RLY? YA RLY!



Please submit your entry at the Orlycoin forum Smiley

Only that way you can enter the contest, Bitcointalk doesn't allow contests and giveaways.


 
 
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April 29, 2016, 01:11:06 PM
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I have started to grow fond of ORLY - love the owl Smiley

                                 
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April 29, 2016, 02:03:29 PM
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What is the maturation time for coins? How old does the transaction have to be before it can stake?

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April 29, 2016, 02:30:48 PM
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what the exact last day to submit the contest .
i am going to prepare my Orly animated gif
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April 29, 2016, 02:36:35 PM
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What is the maturation time for coins? How old does the transaction have to be before it can stake?

Always depends a bit on your luck but up to now my coins always started staking within 24 hours after sending them to my wallet.

what the exact last day to submit the contest .
i am going to prepare my Orly animated gif
thanks

You have until may 7th Smiley


 
 
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Useless contest if the wall buy no  Grin Grin Grin

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April 30, 2016, 10:48:39 AM
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Please submit your entry at the Orlycoin forum Smiley

Only that way you can enter the contest, Bitcointalk doesn't allow contests and giveaways.


Sorry, I didn't noticed I have to post it on external forum.

Anyway, posted it there. Thanks Smiley
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April 30, 2016, 10:54:21 AM
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How this orly works with staking any possibilities to earn from it? So many pump and dump from yobit and it too hard to do trade so I'm thinking if doing staking will works with me as seen a lots of volume from yobit so I'm thinking that dev have a lots of work in future plan.

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How this orly works with staking any possibilities to earn from it? So many pump and dump from yobit and it too hard to do trade so I'm thinking if doing staking will works with me as seen a lots of volume from yobit so I'm thinking that dev have a lots of work in future plan.

Pump time is over bro, they got the attention and buyers they're looking for.

Now it's the dumb time. Everyone are dumping putting me in loss  Grin
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How this orly works with staking any possibilities to earn from it? So many pump and dump from yobit and it too hard to do trade so I'm thinking if doing staking will works with me as seen a lots of volume from yobit so I'm thinking that dev have a lots of work in future plan.

Pump time is over bro, they got the attention and buyers they're looking for.

Now it's the dumb time. Everyone are dumping putting me in loss  Grin
As we knew alt trading many dumpers will show up from time to time taking advantage to those traders that have no enough knowledge doing the trade, alt coin always do this so you need to have a big nerve to gamble and buy it. As many whales always shake you tough and collapse the price if you can wait just hold it and wait for another pump. Good luck guys.

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April 30, 2016, 11:13:11 AM
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If I look at the Orly graphs it seems someone dumped over 1.5 Million Orly right into the buy orders, yesterday.

That may have scared a lot of people away and maybe that's the goal: putting prices under pressure to buy back cheap.

I can't give any advice, in my opinion there's 3 options:

- hold and stake
- sell
- buy

The good news is, we are still in the top-10 volume coins @Yobit.
Looking at the giant list of coins trading < 0.1 BTC volume, I think Orly is holding on pretty strong.

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Orlycoin has organized a big ORLY "meme and animated GIF" contest at the Orlycoin forum: http://orlycoin.forumotion.co

Please sign up, submit your entries and win prices up to 250,000 ORLY !!!

First price: 250,000 Orly and your entry will be displayed in the Orlycoin topic @Bitcointalk.org!

Second price: 125,000 Orly and your entry will be displayed in the Orlycoin topic @Bitcointalk.org!

Third price: 50,000 Orly and your entry will be displayed in the Orlycoin topic @Bitcointalk.org!


Do not submit entries here @Bitcointalk, contests and giveaway's are against the policy. Entries submitted at Bitcointalk may be disqualified (and users may be banned by Bitcointalk).


 
 
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April 30, 2016, 11:17:59 AM
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the daily orly pump has started, rumour has it that user pandro pumps it using a bot

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April 30, 2016, 04:10:36 PM
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Right now:
AIKA pool: 54Mh
Supernova pool: 192Mh

Network hashrate: 2900Mh

wtf, is more than 90% of the mining done by solo miners?

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April 30, 2016, 04:23:44 PM
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Right now:
AIKA pool: 54Mh
Supernova pool: 192Mh

Network hashrate: 2900Mh

wtf, is more than 90% of the mining done by solo miners?

My guess is that the calculation of the hash rate outside the pools is based on the expected block rate, the blocks found by the pool and the real blockrate.

Since many of us are staking their wallets, a lot of blocks found are not PoW but PoS mined Smiley
So it's not the real hash rate but a "guesstimation".


 
 
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April 30, 2016, 07:27:09 PM
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My guess is that the calculation of the hash rate outside the pools is based on the expected block rate, the blocks found by the pool and the real blockrate.

Since many of us are staking their wallets, a lot of blocks found are not PoW but PoS mined Smiley
So it's not the real hash rate but a "guesstimation".

You're probably right. I guess its more noticeable in coins with low hashrate.

That also means that coin supply will be lower than expected as pow ends in about 25000 blocks. And those blocks were the most juicy ones too  Grin

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April 30, 2016, 10:42:03 PM
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My guess is that the calculation of the hash rate outside the pools is based on the expected block rate, the blocks found by the pool and the real blockrate.

Since many of us are staking their wallets, a lot of blocks found are not PoW but PoS mined Smiley
So it's not the real hash rate but a "guesstimation".

You're probably right. I guess its more noticeable in coins with low hashrate.

That also means that coin supply will be lower than expected as pow ends in about 25000 blocks. And those blocks were the most juicy ones too  Grin

That's right, at first I expected 74 million Orly but after re-calculating, we may not even reach half of it. It was Turing who corrected me on that.
So the more people stake their coins, the less coins will be mined.

The disadvantage of not having a pre-mine is that I have to buy up coins for bounties and prices myself.
Right now Orly price is low, so that's a bit in my favor Wink

The coins I buy for bounties and prices will be held in a public Orly address so everyone can see how much is in it.
The address that's currently used for the fees (already received 1 Orly  Roll Eyes ) will be used for it.
Maybe I should keep a ledger too?

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