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April 09, 2013, 04:27:07 AM
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They could but they won't Wink

It's one thing to mine, speculate or invest some play money, it's other to run daily small business on speculation how much your good are going to be worth in 10 minutes.

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April 09, 2013, 04:46:39 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7TuFy0fcuw
BITCOIN IS A BBBBBUUUUUBBBLLLLEEE!!!  Cheesy

So much win in this picture.

I just saw the bull and everyone, scrolled over and started laughing.

Thank you for that picture Adam.
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April 09, 2013, 10:21:52 AM
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http://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/to?iso=20130410T00&p0=205&msg=Bitcoin+Bubble+goes+POP%21&csz=1


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April 09, 2013, 10:23:16 AM
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Where can I use my bitcoins on a hooker?
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April 09, 2013, 11:01:14 AM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.
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April 09, 2013, 11:29:53 AM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.

Your story is my master plan. I am too late to afford any bitcoins apart from the 0.16 I own. But after the big crash I am in the game and buy several coins and watch the numbers climb to $200 again.  Grin

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April 09, 2013, 12:41:57 PM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.

Your story is my master plan. I am too late to afford any bitcoins apart from the 0.16 I own. But after the big crash I am in the game and buy several coins and watch the numbers climb to $200 again.  Grin
Keep dreaming. How can you not panic buy?

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April 09, 2013, 12:48:15 PM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.

Your story is my master plan. I am too late to afford any bitcoins apart from the 0.16 I own. But after the big crash I am in the game and buy several coins and watch the numbers climb to $200 again.  Grin
Keep dreaming. How can you not panic buy?
Yeah, what a shame  Grin
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April 09, 2013, 01:30:48 PM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.

Your story is my master plan. I am too late to afford any bitcoins apart from the 0.16 I own. But after the big crash I am in the game and buy several coins and watch the numbers climb to $200 again.  Grin
Keep dreaming. How can you not panic buy?

First because the bubble will explode next week, second because if not.. then there seems to be potential that I can even get rich with my 0.16 b in the next years. And third.. as said I can´t afford to panic buy at a price of $200 per coin Wink I am just a german poor men under angela merkels dictatorship. They milk us here pretty much so that there is not much place for aggressive speculation Cheesy

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April 09, 2013, 01:35:15 PM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.

Your story is my master plan. I am too late to afford any bitcoins apart from the 0.16 I own. But after the big crash I am in the game and buy several coins and watch the numbers climb to $200 again.  Grin
Keep dreaming. How can you not panic buy?

First because the bubble will explode next week, second because if not.. then there seems to be potential that I can even get rich with my 0.16 b in the next years. And third.. as said I can´t afford to panic buy at a price of $200 per coin Wink I am just a german poor men under angela merkels dictatorship. They milk us here pretty much so that there is not much place for aggressive speculation Cheesy
Man, you don't need to buy 1 btc, try to put in like 50€ at a time, or less. Start doing things, like handmade shit, and sell it for btc  Wink

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April 09, 2013, 02:22:11 PM
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Why is it a bubble and not an unprecedented hyper-monetization event?

The world has never seen anything like Bitcoin before. Don't be so sure you can compare it to tulips and houses. Try actually comparing the fundamentals of housing and tulips to bitcoins... You will realize how stupid you are being.
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April 09, 2013, 02:28:11 PM
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Why is it a bubble and not an unprecedented hyper-monetization event?

The world has never seen anything like Bitcoin before. Don't be so sure you can compare it to tulips and houses. Try actually comparing the fundamentals of housing and tulips to bitcoins... You will realize how stupid you are being.

+1 For the sexiest play on word by chick in Bitcoin that knows her shiit! Smiley lol!

- aka The "DigiMan"
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April 09, 2013, 03:20:30 PM
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The Dow Jones had a big rally in 2007. When the housing bubble burst, I saw a lot of broke and sad people. Some committed suicide...

But look on the bright side- bubbles come and go- DJ is again in the same levels as the beginning of 2007.

Bitcoin will burst, fall and then shoot up again way past $200.

Your greed sees in the short-term. Wisdom sees in the long run.

Your story is my master plan. I am too late to afford any bitcoins apart from the 0.16 I own. But after the big crash I am in the game and buy several coins and watch the numbers climb to $200 again.  Grin
Keep dreaming. How can you not panic buy?

First because the bubble will explode next week, second because if not.. then there seems to be potential that I can even get rich with my 0.16 b in the next years. And third.. as said I can´t afford to panic buy at a price of $200 per coin Wink I am just a german poor men under angela merkels dictatorship. They milk us here pretty much so that there is not much place for aggressive speculation Cheesy
Man, you don't need to buy 1 btc, try to put in like 50€ at a time, or less. Start doing things, like handmade shit, and sell it for btc  Wink

I really thought about 50 €. If the rate does not stop to grow, I could pay out my 50€ later. If I lose 50€ it would not hurt too much. But still afraid that the melting point is reached until the weekend.  Grin

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April 09, 2013, 03:34:55 PM
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I really thought about 50 €. If the rate does not stop to grow, I could pay out my 50€ later. If I lose 50€ it would not hurt too much. But still afraid that the melting point is reached until the weekend.  Grin

I'm sitting with 2.5 btc and thinking about buying another 0.5 with the last funds that I can spare. It's not fun being poor and late to the party, like we both are. But you can earn back €50 easily whether it crashes or not. It's not like you'd be out on the street. Speaking for myself, I went in at $140 simply because I knew I'd regret it more if I didn't, no matter the outcome.
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April 09, 2013, 03:47:38 PM
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I really thought about 50 €. If the rate does not stop to grow, I could pay out my 50€ later. If I lose 50€ it would not hurt too much. But still afraid that the melting point is reached until the weekend.  Grin

I'm sitting with 2.5 btc and thinking about buying another 0.5 with the last funds that I can spare. It's not fun being poor and late to the party, like we both are. But you can earn back €50 easily whether it crashes or not. It's not like you'd be out on the street. Speaking for myself, I went in at $140 simply because I knew I'd regret it more if I didn't, no matter the outcome.

True... my 50€ are rather savings and would be in next month because of the job. The ugly thing is that the rate grows faster then we can think about our decision to spend a few bugs Cheesy But I wil make a decision today I guess.

The "it is a bubble" and the "It wont stop growing" factions in the forums just confuse me. My brain is like forth and back after reading many topics here.

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April 09, 2013, 04:26:53 PM
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Where can I use my bitcoins on a hooker?

~0.75BTC / hour
PM me...

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April 09, 2013, 04:36:36 PM
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Where can I use my bitcoins on a hooker?

~0.75BTC / hour
PM me...

That's gonna be a pretty high price in a few days' time  Grin
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April 09, 2013, 05:06:22 PM
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"good money drives out bad money" or something like that...

Actually, it's the other way around.

Brother, can you spare a Bitcoin? 18Xe5KqJhmgw5cTjosek2YwnqzG6tDWKNU
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