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October 31, 2013, 03:58:27 AM
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I like the use of MBTC.

Rep for being one of the first to use this.

Once we pass 500, I'm in the bandwagon to change it on the exchanges.

I just hope rpietila gets his proper credit in history for the usage of mBTC. For how much grief the poor guy took when initially using it, I think we owe him that  Smiley

Agreed on the exchange shift. I'm starting to hear and see "I just can't believe a Bitcoin is $200." A unit of '1', though natural, is just as arbitrary as any other order of magnitude for something which is divisible down to satoshis.  I think it'll be a lot easier for Bitcoin prices to go from $0.209/mB to $10.0/mB than it will be for prices to go from $209/BTC to $10000/BTC.

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October 31, 2013, 08:33:02 AM
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I like the use of MBTC.

Rep for being one of the first to use this.

Once we pass 500, I'm in the bandwagon to change it on the exchanges.

I just hope rpietila gets his proper credit in history for the usage of mBTC. For how much grief the poor guy took when initially using it, I think we owe him that  Smiley

Agreed on the exchange shift. I'm starting to hear and see "I just can't believe a Bitcoin is $200." A unit of '1', though natural, is just as arbitrary as any other order of magnitude for something which is divisible down to satoshis.  I think it'll be a lot easier for Bitcoin prices to go from $0.209/mB to $10.0/mB than it will be for prices to go from $209/BTC to $10000/BTC.

Yeah, anyone who doesn't get this just doesn't understand the human psyche.  People want to say, well Berkshire Hathaway is $180k a share and I just shake my head.

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October 31, 2013, 09:23:34 AM
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I like the use of MBTC.

Rep for being one of the first to use this.

Once we pass 500, I'm in the bandwagon to change it on the exchanges.

I just hope rpietila gets his proper credit in history for the usage of mBTC. For how much grief the poor guy took when initially using it, I think we owe him that  Smiley

Thank you, sir, for these kind words. Perhaps will, perhaps won't, History will show.

Besides, I am a rich guy so no need to worry about it Smiley
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October 31, 2013, 10:17:06 AM
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I like the use of MBTC.

Rep for being one of the first to use this.

Once we pass 500, I'm in the bandwagon to change it on the exchanges.

I just hope rpietila gets his proper credit in history for the usage of mBTC. For how much grief the poor guy took when initially using it, I think we owe him that  Smiley

Thank you, sir, for these kind words. Perhaps will, perhaps won't, History will show.

Besides, I am a rich guy so no need to worry about it Smiley

Keep preaching the Mbtc.  The sooner we get it onto the exchanges the better. 

If you haven't heard about what is happening with GAME, check it out.  It's revolutionizing gaming. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1266597.0
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October 31, 2013, 10:45:20 AM
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Keep preaching the Mbtc.  The sooner we get it onto the exchanges the better. 

Careful with the capitals: Mbtc is Mega-BTC, which is 1,000,000 BTC Tongue

I think you wanted to say mBTC -- Milli-Bitcoin Wink
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October 31, 2013, 12:54:33 PM
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mBTC?

Why not just use satoshis?
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October 31, 2013, 12:56:51 PM
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I like the use of MBTC.

Rep for being one of the first to use this.

Once we pass 500, I'm in the bandwagon to change it on the exchanges.

I just hope rpietila gets his proper credit in history for the usage of mBTC. For how much grief the poor guy took when initially using it, I think we owe him that  Smiley

Thank you, sir, for these kind words. Perhaps will, perhaps won't, History will show.

Besides, I am a rich guy so no need to worry about it Smiley

Come on, every idiot can come up with this. It's normal use of the metric system.

I think it's the other way around: we should reserve a special place on a wall of shame for everyone that mocked him for using mBTC Wink

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it seems like a couple capital M suing folks still don't seem to get it. Sigh, may be they cannot help it some countries refuse to use the SI standards in their public education?

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November 01, 2013, 12:18:08 AM
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Wavering around the same price level. We have yet to challenge April 9 for #1, though we may soon.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-10-30: 0.20105 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-10-31: 0.20040 USD/mBTC
4. 2013-10-29: 0.20017 USD/mBTC
5. 2013-10-23: 0.19625 USD/mBTC
6. 2013-10-28: 0.19485 USD/mBTC
7. 2013-10-22: 0.18914 USD/mBTC
8. 2013-10-27: 0.18876 USD/mBTC
9. 2013-10-24: 0.18591 USD/mBTC
10. 2013-04-10: 0.18465 USD/mBTC
11. 2013-10-26: 0.18218 USD/mBTC
12. 2013-04-08: 0.18149 USD/mBTC
13. 2013-10-25: 0.17940 USD/mBTC
14. 2013-10-21: 0.17572 USD/mBTC
15. 2013-10-20: 0.16518 USD/mBTC
16. 2013-10-19: 0.16326 USD/mBTC
17. 2013-04-11: 0.15893 USD/mBTC
18. 2013-04-07: 0.15426 USD/mBTC
19. 2013-04-24: 0.15207 USD/mBTC
20. 2013-10-18: 0.14831 USD/mBTC

When it comes to consistently-high prices though, we've been on top for a while. October is the second record-breaking month in a row.

1. October 2013: 0.15650 USD/mBTC
2. September 2013: 0.12433 USD/mBTC
3. April 2013: 0.11509 USD/mBTC
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November 01, 2013, 10:59:18 AM
 #109

I like the use of MBTC.

Rep for being one of the first to use this.

Once we pass 500, I'm in the bandwagon to change it on the exchanges.

I just hope rpietila gets his proper credit in history for the usage of mBTC. For how much grief the poor guy took when initially using it, I think we owe him that  Smiley

Thank you, sir, for these kind words. Perhaps will, perhaps won't, History will show.

Besides, I am a rich guy so no need to worry about it Smiley

Come on, every idiot can come up with this. It's normal use of the metric system.

I think it's the other way around: we should reserve a special place on a wall of shame for everyone that mocked him for using mBTC Wink

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it seems like a couple capital M suing folks still don't seem to get it. Sigh, may be they cannot help it some countries refuse to use the SI standards in their public education?

Or perhaps that he sent 13.37 BTC to some random troll on the forum just to prove he was "rich" then to have the guy not return the funds and never really post again?

On topic: OP nice job. Looks like the list is getting primed to explode. October is filling up all the daily spots.

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November 03, 2013, 12:25:04 AM
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Skipped a day, sorry about that. Luckily no new records have been posted yet.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-01: 0.20261 USD/mBTC
4. 2013-10-30: 0.20105 USD/mBTC
5. 2013-10-31: 0.20040 USD/mBTC
6. 2013-10-29: 0.20017 USD/mBTC
7. 2013-10-23: 0.19625 USD/mBTC
8. 2013-10-28: 0.19485 USD/mBTC
9. 2013-10-22: 0.18914 USD/mBTC
10. 2013-10-27: 0.18876 USD/mBTC
11. 2013-10-24: 0.18591 USD/mBTC
12. 2013-04-10: 0.18465 USD/mBTC
13. 2013-10-26: 0.18218 USD/mBTC
14. 2013-04-08: 0.18149 USD/mBTC
15. 2013-10-25: 0.17940 USD/mBTC
16. 2013-10-21: 0.17572 USD/mBTC
17. 2013-10-20: 0.16518 USD/mBTC
18. 2013-10-19: 0.16326 USD/mBTC
19. 2013-04-11: 0.15893 USD/mBTC
20. 2013-04-07: 0.15426 USD/mBTC

Note that I have switched from bolding one month only to bolding the last 30 days. October dates will begin to be unbolded in mid-November (providing, of course, that they remain on the list Wink).

Interestingly, although few April dates remain in the top 10, we are still far from breaking the April 9 high.
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November 03, 2013, 07:21:20 PM
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Skipped a day, sorry about that. Luckily no new records have been posted yet.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-01: 0.20261 USD/mBTC
4. 2013-10-30: 0.20105 USD/mBTC
5. 2013-10-31: 0.20040 USD/mBTC
6. 2013-10-29: 0.20017 USD/mBTC
7. 2013-10-23: 0.19625 USD/mBTC
8. 2013-10-28: 0.19485 USD/mBTC
9. 2013-10-22: 0.18914 USD/mBTC
10. 2013-10-27: 0.18876 USD/mBTC
11. 2013-10-24: 0.18591 USD/mBTC
12. 2013-04-10: 0.18465 USD/mBTC
13. 2013-10-26: 0.18218 USD/mBTC
14. 2013-04-08: 0.18149 USD/mBTC
15. 2013-10-25: 0.17940 USD/mBTC
16. 2013-10-21: 0.17572 USD/mBTC
17. 2013-10-20: 0.16518 USD/mBTC
18. 2013-10-19: 0.16326 USD/mBTC
19. 2013-04-11: 0.15893 USD/mBTC
20. 2013-04-07: 0.15426 USD/mBTC

Note that I have switched from bolding one month only to bolding the last 30 days. October dates will begin to be unbolded in mid-November (providing, of course, that they remain on the list Wink).

Interestingly, although few April dates remain in the top 10, we are still far from breaking the April 9 high.

Not that far in my view.

In the next week I see a new #1 spot being created.

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November 04, 2013, 01:18:26 AM
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A slow but steady trot.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-03: 0.20650 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC
4. 2013-11-01: 0.20261 USD/mBTC
5. 2013-10-30: 0.20105 USD/mBTC
6. 2013-10-31: 0.20040 USD/mBTC
7. 2013-10-29: 0.20017 USD/mBTC
8. 2013-10-23: 0.19625 USD/mBTC
9. 2013-10-28: 0.19485 USD/mBTC
10. 2013-10-22: 0.18914 USD/mBTC
11. 2013-10-27: 0.18876 USD/mBTC
12. 2013-10-24: 0.18591 USD/mBTC
13. 2013-04-10: 0.18465 USD/mBTC
14. 2013-10-26: 0.18218 USD/mBTC
15. 2013-04-08: 0.18149 USD/mBTC
16. 2013-10-25: 0.17940 USD/mBTC
17. 2013-10-21: 0.17572 USD/mBTC
18. 2013-10-20: 0.16518 USD/mBTC
19. 2013-10-19: 0.16326 USD/mBTC
20. 2013-04-11: 0.15893 USD/mBTC


I note that this upwards movement has neither the speed nor the decisiveness of the two bubbles. Volume, instead of increasing, is actually decreasing. This feels less like a bubble inflation and more like the lull before a storm.
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November 04, 2013, 01:28:56 AM
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A slow but steady trot.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-03: 0.20650 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC
4. 2013-11-01: 0.20261 USD/mBTC
5. 2013-10-30: 0.20105 USD/mBTC
6. 2013-10-31: 0.20040 USD/mBTC
7. 2013-10-29: 0.20017 USD/mBTC
8. 2013-10-23: 0.19625 USD/mBTC
9. 2013-10-28: 0.19485 USD/mBTC
10. 2013-10-22: 0.18914 USD/mBTC
11. 2013-10-27: 0.18876 USD/mBTC
12. 2013-10-24: 0.18591 USD/mBTC
13. 2013-04-10: 0.18465 USD/mBTC
14. 2013-10-26: 0.18218 USD/mBTC
15. 2013-04-08: 0.18149 USD/mBTC
16. 2013-10-25: 0.17940 USD/mBTC
17. 2013-10-21: 0.17572 USD/mBTC
18. 2013-10-20: 0.16518 USD/mBTC
19. 2013-10-19: 0.16326 USD/mBTC
20. 2013-04-11: 0.15893 USD/mBTC


I note that this upwards movement has neither the speed nor the decisiveness of the two bubbles. Volume, instead of increasing, is actually decreasing. This feels less like a bubble inflation and more like the lull before a storm.

Volume has actually increased each of the last 2 days.  I expect volume to rise over the next 48 hours as well.

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November 04, 2013, 01:34:31 AM
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A slow but steady trot.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-03: 0.20650 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC
4. 2013-11-01: 0.20261 USD/mBTC
5. 2013-10-30: 0.20105 USD/mBTC
6. 2013-10-31: 0.20040 USD/mBTC
7. 2013-10-29: 0.20017 USD/mBTC
8. 2013-10-23: 0.19625 USD/mBTC
9. 2013-10-28: 0.19485 USD/mBTC
10. 2013-10-22: 0.18914 USD/mBTC
11. 2013-10-27: 0.18876 USD/mBTC
12. 2013-10-24: 0.18591 USD/mBTC
13. 2013-04-10: 0.18465 USD/mBTC
14. 2013-10-26: 0.18218 USD/mBTC
15. 2013-04-08: 0.18149 USD/mBTC
16. 2013-10-25: 0.17940 USD/mBTC
17. 2013-10-21: 0.17572 USD/mBTC
18. 2013-10-20: 0.16518 USD/mBTC
19. 2013-10-19: 0.16326 USD/mBTC
20. 2013-04-11: 0.15893 USD/mBTC


I note that this upwards movement has neither the speed nor the decisiveness of the two bubbles. Volume, instead of increasing, is actually decreasing. This feels less like a bubble inflation and more like the lull before a storm.

Volume has actually increased each of the last 2 days.  I expect volume to rise over the next 48 hours as well.

That is mostly because the volume two days ago was anomalously low. There has been a clear downwards trend in volume over the last few weeks.
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A slow but steady trot.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-03: 0.20650 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC

Was the #1 spot in Gox dollars, but the rest of the top 10 in bitstamp dollars?

Was Gox already having trouble processing dollar withdrawals back in April?

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November 04, 2013, 01:44:53 AM
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A slow but steady trot.
 1. 2013-04-09: 0.21467 USD/mBTC
2. 2013-11-03: 0.20650 USD/mBTC
3. 2013-11-02: 0.20422 USD/mBTC

Was the #1 spot in Gox dollars, but the rest of the top 10 in bitstamp dollars?

Was Gox already having trouble processing dollar withdrawals back in April?

Yes. Gox had no trouble in April, as the Bitstamp numbers then were similar (0.21486). The cutoff in my dataset is June 10, 2013, as I find this date the starting-point of Gox's troubles..
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November 04, 2013, 06:47:04 AM
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This might be of interest to readers of the thread:
Monthly averages show that April top is definitely cleared.
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November 04, 2013, 02:37:26 PM
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214.19 now. We should take to #1 today  Cheesy

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November 04, 2013, 05:42:22 PM
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Thanks for tracking this - pretty exciting times!
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November 04, 2013, 09:09:57 PM
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This might be of interest to readers of the thread:
Monthly averages show that April top is definitely cleared.

Your numbers are a bit different from mine, and I suspect it is a difference in methodology. It seems you are taking the arithmetic mean of several weekly weighted averages. Is there a reason why the monthly weighted average is not used?

Revision:

Also, since we are talking about longer-period weighted averages, here are some data for various ranges.

One-day weighted averages:
1. 2013-04-09 through 2013-04-09 W. Avg: 214.67
2. 2013-11-03 through 2013-11-03 W. Avg: 206.50
3. 2013-11-02 through 2013-11-02 W. Avg: 204.22
4. 2013-11-01 through 2013-11-01 W. Avg: 202.61
5. 2013-10-30 through 2013-10-30 W. Avg: 201.05

Two-day weighted averages (overlapping permitted):
1. 2013-11-02 through 2013-11-03 W. Avg: 205.65
2. 2013-11-01 through 2013-11-02 W. Avg: 203.53
3. 2013-10-31 through 2013-11-01 W. Avg: 200.99
4. 2013-10-30 through 2013-10-31 W. Avg: 200.82
5. 2013-10-29 through 2013-10-30 W. Avg: 200.70

Two-day weighted averages (curtailed to avoid overlapping):
1. 2013-11-02 through 2013-11-03 W. Avg: 205.65
2. 2013-10-31 through 2013-11-01 W. Avg: 200.99
3. 2013-10-29 through 2013-10-30 W. Avg: 200.7
4. 2013-04-08 through 2013-04-09 W. Avg: 197.45
5. 2013-10-27 through 2013-10-28 W. Avg: 192.1

One-week weighted averages (curtailed):
1. 2013-10-28 through 2013-11-03 W. Avg: 200.94
2. 2013-10-21 through 2013-10-27 W. Avg: 185.09
3. 2013-04-05 through 2013-04-11 W. Avg: 175.81
4. 2013-10-14 through 2013-10-20 W. Avg: 147.77
5. 2013-04-24 through 2013-04-30 W. Avg: 142.27

Ten-day weighted averages (curtailed):
1. 2013-10-25 through 2013-11-03 W. Avg: 193.90
2. 2013-10-15 through 2013-10-24 W. Avg: 169.47
3. 2013-04-02 through 2013-04-11 W. Avg: 159.03
4. 2013-04-21 through 2013-04-30 W. Avg: 138.35
5. 2013-05-23 through 2013-06-01 W. Avg: 129.49

30-day weighted averages (curtailed):
1. 2013-10-05 through 2013-11-03 W. Avg: 167.28
2. 2013-08-31 through 2013-09-29 W. Avg: 124.57
3. 2013-04-20 through 2013-05-19 W. Avg: 120.72
4. 2013-05-20 through 2013-06-18 W. Avg: 116.84
5. 2013-03-13 through 2013-04-11 W. Avg: 108.63
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