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April 26, 2013, 03:05:12 AM
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ALL my coins are now safely stored in paper wallets and stored in 3 super-secret locations. My choice of location is so utterly radical nobody will ever find them! Muhahaha.

Just remember that after a few days the socks will smell badly so you have to move your wallets to another location.
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April 26, 2013, 03:19:41 AM
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The line Must be drawn here This Far NO Father!


OK, so the bitcoin is not looking so hot today.
Today we broke this imaginary triangle, and then BAM 11 Million dollars worth of bitcoin were sold off in about 2 hours.
after that someone Pumped the price back up into the 140's, but sadly that did not last long and we are back in the 130's
now support at 130 is weak at best, the only thing that can save us from a free fall to 90$ is hope!  pray to wtv god you believe in that the bears are fresh out of coins.

in all likelihood 120 support will be obliterated and a free fall to 90 will become a reality!

But there is a glimmer of hope!

Fucking lol.


the 120$ still stands! when the market first try to test this wall, an overwhelming amount of buys stopped the fall and Pumped the price back in the 140's

I Call on all Bulls to join me in defence of this wall!
If you have no money, SELL YOUR F'n COINS to someone who does and JOIN ME at 120! time is running out!

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April 26, 2013, 03:30:59 AM
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how long does it needs for mtgox to receive coins these days?
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April 26, 2013, 03:39:20 AM
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how long does it needs for mtgox to receive coins these days?
i think 1hour it take 1 hour for me when i redeem private keys
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April 26, 2013, 03:51:32 AM
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how long does it needs for mtgox to receive coins these days?
i think 1hour it take 1 hour for me when i redeem private keys


yep, they arrived somewhere at that point.

Now only AurumExchange to give me back my 150$ and it would be half decent day. Redeemed vouchx code with 150$ left on it as they didn't have enough funds, hopefully they'll be responsible and send the rest back. If they don't it would be better I slept it over  Shocked Cheesy  Shocked
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April 26, 2013, 03:53:37 AM
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Someone's droping coins like crazy, and this is not a sell-off from multiple people, this is a whale dropping coins systematically, he/she waits until it recovers a little, then drops, and so on...



The big boys know that if they let the price rise too fast, they could see 75% of their wealth disappear in a day again. So they make sure we lose 25% for a few hours every so often, helps temper the exuberance.

But the question is - how long can the Alliance (of rich BTC hoarders) hold out against the stampeding horde?

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April 26, 2013, 04:39:06 AM
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also blockchine.info wallets are getting hacked.
this should cause some intense feeling of panic for nubs.

some will make safe paper wallets

some will cash out.

I agree,bitcoin-centeral coins I think are being unloaded at the Gox.It is the only real place that has the market to absorb a lot of coins.
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April 26, 2013, 04:40:13 AM
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also blockchine.info wallets are getting hacked.
this should cause some intense feeling of panic for nubs.

some will make safe paper wallets

some will cash out.

I agree,bitcoin-centeral coins I think are being unloaded at the Gox.It is the only real place that has the market to absorb a lot of coins.

No, a few hundred coins were stolen, not a very big deal at all.
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April 26, 2013, 04:47:01 AM
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also blockchine.info wallets are getting hacked.
this should cause some intense feeling of panic for nubs.

some will make safe paper wallets

some will cash out.

I agree,bitcoin-centeral coins I think are being unloaded at the Gox.It is the only real place that has the market to absorb a lot of coins.

No, a few hundred coins were stolen, not a very big deal at all.
you keep telling yourself that.


lol! what so hard about paying with bitcoin!
http://youtu.be/BqVqIScXlnE?t=2m17s
I've never used this app, but what could be so hard, i wonder...
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April 26, 2013, 04:55:54 AM
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also blockchine.info wallets are getting hacked.
this should cause some intense feeling of panic for nubs.

some will make safe paper wallets

some will cash out.

I agree,bitcoin-centeral coins I think are being unloaded at the Gox.It is the only real place that has the market to absorb a lot of coins.

No, a few hundred coins were stolen, not a very big deal at all.
you keep telling yourself that.


lol! what so hard about paying with bitcoin!
http://youtu.be/BqVqIScXlnE?t=2m17s
I've never used this app, but what could be so hard, i wonder...
Its the whole iphone thing. They noobed with the app so youve got to use a lame version that doesnt work. On an android its Ez.
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April 26, 2013, 05:24:22 AM
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 Cool
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April 26, 2013, 05:28:49 AM
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another blood bath

122.72
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April 26, 2013, 05:33:21 AM
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another blood bath

122.72

All I see are bears jumping off cliffs.

9300 BTC to go to $120

9300 BTC to go to $144

currently we are at $125

lol  Cheesy
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April 26, 2013, 05:36:09 AM
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another blood bath

122.72

another chance to buy cheap coin!
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April 26, 2013, 05:38:41 AM
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Yeah. It's dropping but the asks are getting spread really thin. That said - momentum is everything!

http://i.imgur.com/AvaxTLw.png
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April 26, 2013, 05:38:53 AM
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I am a bit confused by the latest sell off.   Everyone can't make money on these swings, and I would bet that most lose it.   So why do they keep trying?   It's not like there has been any kind of bad news to induce selling, and we all know how much people will be willing to sell for on Monday or Tuesday.   I can't figure out why so many want to sell at the current low.

Edit - I meant buy not sell.   I am up too late  Tongue
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April 26, 2013, 05:44:04 AM
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I am a bit confused by the latest sell off.   Everyone can't make money on these swings, and I would bet that most lose it.   So why do they keep trying?   It's not like there has been any kind of bad news to induce selling, and we all know how much people will be willing to sell for on Monday or Tuesday.   I can't figure out why so many want to sell at the current low.

when your sitting on big profit ( and a lot of people are including me... ), you have a choice

take a risk 100% of your profits and hold
secure profits, and have a chance to buy back in cheap and do it all again.
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April 26, 2013, 05:45:04 AM
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I am a bit confused by the latest sell off.   Everyone can't make money on these swings, and I would bet that most lose it.   So why do they keep trying?   It's not like there has been any kind of bad news to induce selling, and we all know how much people will be willing to sell for on Monday or Tuesday.   I can't figure out why so many want to sell at the current low.

OK. A lot of people with holdings of coins are still kicking themselves for not selling at $266, so were waiting for the retrace to dump them. However, the retrace *seems* to have petered out at $166 instead, so they are dumping before it goes back to $50 and stays there.

An alternative, perhaps the level-headed view, is that it will find a new level closer to $130 than $50. So selling now is too late (again)...
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April 26, 2013, 05:45:25 AM
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Yeah. It's dropping but the asks are getting spread really thin. That said - momentum is everything!



this is encouraging
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April 26, 2013, 05:46:19 AM
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I am a bit confused by the latest sell off.   Everyone can't make money on these swings, and I would bet that most lose it.   So why do they keep trying?   It's not like there has been any kind of bad news to induce selling, and we all know how much people will be willing to sell for on Monday or Tuesday.   I can't figure out why so many want to sell at the current low.

when your sitting on big profit ( and a lot of people are including me... ), you have a choice

take a risk 100% of your profits and hold
secure profits, and have a chance to buy back in cheap and do it all again.

Yeah, it doesn't look like "selling selling", more like profit taking at the moment. Yes both are selling, but the intent is different.
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