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April 12, 2013, 07:20:17 AM
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Gox is back.

Happy to say I sold out.

I have zero confidence now that gox can support the coin.

Without Gox support, and being able to readily change to real money. Bitcoin is pretty worthless imho

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April 12, 2013, 08:47:27 AM
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Without Gox support, and being able to readily change to real money. Bitcoin is pretty worthless imho

Actually the reason why Bitcoin has failed twice is that everyone keeps using MTGOX. Given the problem in 2011, why the fuck are people still using them?

The sooner MTGOX market share drops to a reasonable level, eg. around 30-40%, the better.

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April 12, 2013, 08:48:12 AM
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Same. Just cashed all the way out, as in money is on its way back to the bank.

I don't expect to be back in the game for a while. I made a decent chunk of change, nothing spectacular, but nothing to complain about either.

I am just going to wait for a while til there's more stability, more reliable exchanges, and a better overall infrastructure to support BTC. As of right now this is a joke.

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April 12, 2013, 08:49:23 AM
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The sooner MTGOX market share drops to a reasonable level, eg. around 30-40%, the better.

This!

20% even better.

No single exchange should have over 20% of the worldwide Bitcoin trade volume.

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April 12, 2013, 08:50:35 AM
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I don't expect to be back in the game for a while.

Thanks for the cheap coins. Keep selling!
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April 12, 2013, 08:50:42 AM
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The sooner MTGOX market share drops to a reasonable level, eg. around 30-40%, the better.

This!

20% even better.

No single exchange should have over 20% of the worldwide Bitcoin trade volume.

More than correct, then if there was one big sale in one of the exchanges, the currency would still hold up as it will be harder to get everybody to panic sell at the same time.
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April 12, 2013, 08:53:41 AM
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Tesla, when you been in the game as long as I have you know that when you say you is selling out and banking it, you do realise that you are most likely not coming back, don't you? You know it deep down and I knows it. So this is how we get the cheap cheap coins again when the final blowoff comes. It can't happen this year, nobody knows what the fuck a bitcoin is yet!

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April 12, 2013, 08:55:39 AM
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April 12, 2013, 08:59:12 AM
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New users posts on Speculation that they are cashing out... cool story bro's

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April 12, 2013, 09:07:25 AM
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Tesla, when you been in the game as long as I have you know that when you say you is selling out and banking it, you do realise that you are most likely not coming back, don't you? You know it deep down and I knows it. So this is how we get the cheap cheap coins again when the final blowoff comes. It can't happen this year, nobody knows what the fuck a bitcoin is yet!

Knowing me, I most likely am coming back, because you have to admit this is pretty addictive.

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April 12, 2013, 09:10:02 AM
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I don't see a single reason to cash out. Once I got twice my initial invested fiat back, I see absolutely no reason to sell remaining coins for $2 or $2000, so I only kepp like 20% of my coins on exchanges - to get more coins by speculating.

Cashing out 100% and moving money to the bank, when you are in the middle of the top investment of the century, among the very first 10-20 thousands of users, sounds very silly to me (to get what, 0.5% yearly return? with a 10% inflation, yeah that's gonna make you retire rich... not).

If, some time in the near future, price rises above the level where you are comfortable buying back in - you would not buy back in, and you would watch that train as a left behind loser, thinking "what if" for the rest of your life. I hope you do realize that.

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April 12, 2013, 09:12:54 AM
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Gox is back.

Happy to say I sold out.

I have zero confidence now that gox can support the coin.

Without Gox support, and being able to readily change to real money. Bitcoin is pretty worthless imho

Mtgox is a temporary problem. Once that problem is solved the primary constraint to Bitcoin growth is gone.  What do you think that means for Bitcoins future?

Selling now with so many trying to get into the market, but can't because of Mtgox is very short sighted indeed.
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April 12, 2013, 09:18:48 AM
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OP mark my words you have made a terrible mistake.

I've already got fiat wired to the exchange and I'm praying hard prices don't rally before I have a chance to buy in. I made some BTC shorting on the way down but I want more: this opportunity will not repeat in the near future

I don't like to be cruel, so I'll say: if its not too late, buy back in. Just a little if you aren't confident. Doesn't have to be all in. But if you really don't want to, I will be happy to buy your coins (and the coins of others like you) once my money hits the exchange

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April 12, 2013, 09:20:00 AM
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OP mark my words you have made a terrible mistake.

I've already got fiat wired to the exchange and I'm praying hard prices don't rally before I have a chance to buy in. I made some BTC on the way down but I want more: this opportunity will not repeat in the near future

I don't like to be cruel, so I'll say: if its not too late, buy back in. Just a little if you aren't confident. Doesn't have to be all in. But if you really don't want to, I will be happy to buy your coins (and the coins of others like you) once my money hits the exchange
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April 12, 2013, 09:21:59 AM
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OP mark my words you have made a terrible mistake.

I've already got fiat wired to the exchange and I'm praying hard prices don't rally before I have a chance to buy in. I made some BTC on the way down but I want more: this opportunity will not repeat in the near future

I don't like to be cruel, so I'll say: if its not too late, buy back in. Just a little if you aren't confident. Doesn't have to be all in. But if you really don't want to, I will be happy to buy your coins (and the coins of others like you) once my money hits the exchange
you are stupid i dont even

Perhaps if you complete your sentences I will be able to respond

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April 12, 2013, 09:24:09 AM
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OP mark my words you have made a terrible mistake.

I've already got fiat wired to the exchange and I'm praying hard prices don't rally before I have a chance to buy in. I made some BTC on the way down but I want more: this opportunity will not repeat in the near future

I don't like to be cruel, so I'll say: if its not too late, buy back in. Just a little if you aren't confident. Doesn't have to be all in. But if you really don't want to, I will be happy to buy your coins (and the coins of others like you) once my money hits the exchange
you are stupid i dont even

Perhaps if you complete your sentences I will be able to respond

Ah, you've fixed your post. It's depth far exceeds my ability to comprehend it so I shall sit in the corner sobbing at the terrible realisation of my stupidity. Thank you.

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April 12, 2013, 09:25:52 AM
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Ah, you've fixed your post. It's depth far exceeds my ability to comprehend it so I shall sit in the corner sobbing at the terrible realisation of my stupidity. Thank you.

There's a reason his ignore button glows in the dark Smiley

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April 12, 2013, 09:26:01 AM
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OP mark my words you have made a terrible mistake.

I've already got fiat wired to the exchange and I'm praying hard prices don't rally before I have a chance to buy in. I made some BTC on the way down but I want more: this opportunity will not repeat in the near future

I don't like to be cruel, so I'll say: if its not too late, buy back in. Just a little if you aren't confident. Doesn't have to be all in. But if you really don't want to, I will be happy to buy your coins (and the coins of others like you) once my money hits the exchange
you are stupid i dont even

Perhaps if you complete your sentences I will be able to respond

Ah, you've fixed your post. It's depth far exceeds my ability to comprehend it so I shall sit in the corner sobbing at the terrible realisation of my stupidity. Thank you.
No like your post was deep:

"I am buying coins because I think it goes up, you buy too because i'm buying ok cuzzzzzz I think you will regret it otherwise so do it BE SCARED"
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April 12, 2013, 09:28:32 AM
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Ah, you've fixed your post. It's depth far exceeds my ability to comprehend it so I shall sit in the corner sobbing at the terrible realisation of my stupidity. Thank you.

There's a reason his ignore button glows in the dark Smiley

Thank you for pointing it out. As I read your post, the glow intensified, and in it, Jesus Christ beckoned to me. Being a satanic, I naturally clicked it, to make it stop. And it did.

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April 12, 2013, 09:34:05 AM
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this is funny.
signed up a few months ago and already complaining.
You ain't seen shit.


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