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January 07, 2015, 08:47:55 PM

Has Bitfinex ever maintained a 3% price premium over the Chinese exchanges for this long?  Currently a $10.20 premium over Huobi.
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January 07, 2015, 08:52:13 PM

Total sum of active swaps: 23,828.11 BTC. Atleast we have some fuel to get back over 300$.
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January 07, 2015, 08:52:25 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Then why are you trolling a bitcoin enthusiast forum so fervently?

I can watch comedies on television or movies, but they rarely make me laugh. This forum, however, is an endless supply of laughter. I show it to my friends sometimes who are economics grad students and we roll around on the floor laughing sometimes so hard I think I'm going to pass out!
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January 07, 2015, 08:58:09 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Then why are you trolling a bitcoin enthusiast forum so fervently?

I can watch comedies on television or movies, but they rarely make me laugh. This forum, however, is an endless supply of laughter. I show it to my friends sometimes who are economics grad students and we roll around on the floor laughing sometimes so hard I think I'm going to pass out!

You need to get out more and find yourself a girlfriend
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January 07, 2015, 09:00:02 PM

Bitfinex

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January 07, 2015, 09:00:42 PM

I show it to my friends sometimes who are economics grad students ...

You are revealing too much  Grin
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January 07, 2015, 09:01:07 PM

Attitude? Where do you see attitude? Do I sense some jealousy?
I'm not sure what there is to be jealous of. I did fine for myself with a lot less stress than you're putting on yourself.
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I totally screwed up.
I fucked up every trade.
'screwed up' doesn't necessarily mean making losses now does it?
The entire tone of the post puts on full display your lack of confidence. If you don't have confidence in your own calls (and trade on them, no less!), why should we?
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Must. Get. Rid. Of. The Fear.
I managed to do. Did you do as well?
I never had any fear to begin with.
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and. emotion.
Did not get rid of the emotion. I bought bitcoin at €221,- which was exactly at the bottom. with a market order.
Should have a screenshot somewhere, knew it was a historic trade. Gonna frame it in and put it on a wall soon.
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Let's get ready for 252.
You are right, I was very wrong again, it went to 255 instead. Smiley Dammit, another 'screwed up'. Lost a maximum opportunity again... if I sticked to the number, which I didn't. But hey, what can you expect from a prediction at december 23rd, weeks ago.
Hey, I'm not the one who said all that stuff, you are. You're responding to you, you recognize that, yes?
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January 07, 2015, 09:01:31 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

backwater third world country??? Retard! Who do you think you are? Stamp is the biggest exchange out there. They're going to solve this one out - don't worry. They're not like Gox and shitty exchanges you know.
 
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January 07, 2015, 09:01:38 PM

Has Bitfinex ever maintained a 3% price premium over the Chinese exchanges for this long?  Currently a $10.20 premium over Huobi.

Sometimes it happen, mostly when volatility is high overall. It will rebalance down to a few dollar difference sooner or later. I gonna bet it'll happen when we retrace.
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January 07, 2015, 09:03:50 PM

I am proud fiat baghodler on stamp since 480 levels and I dont feel any urgency to buy all the cheap coins once stamp opens its gates.

If and when stamp opens its gates Im sure you are right there wont be a stampede (HA HA) by fiat holders like yourself to immediately buy cheap coins. Likewise all those with coin will not rush to sell, most will remove their coins to safety causing a run on their reserves. The net effect of this episode at stamp will be for all coin holders at all exchanges to leave no more on the exchange than absolutely necessary for trading. This may leave less net coins on exchanges for use in leveraged short positions, although I suspect that fractional reserve banking means the lent coins dont actually exist.

My thinking is that if I was holding fiat on Stamp, I may consider buying BTC as soon as they re-open, then withdraw them to safety asap. Fiat takes a long time to withdraw, and there will likely be a huge flood of people looking to get their fiat out of stamp. A coin withdrawal may be the fastest way out for those who lost faith in Stamp.

But really, who the fuck knows. We will see if they open Stamp back up in "24-48 hrs".

This rally above 300 suggests that traders are expecting some buying pressure. I would FUCKING HATE MY LIFE if I was heavily leveraged short via Stamp right now (thought I must admit I never used Stamp, so I have no idea how that would look/work).

I don't think stamp does leverage.

I was wondering about that. Like I said, I have never used Stamp, but it is my understanding that you could short via some weird 3rd party manner. Leverage or not, I would hate to be in a short position via Stamp and be locked out of the market watching us breach 300.

As an aside - what site/source do you fine gentlemen use to see the level of short positions currently open?

It appears you were right. This guy says he offers a 3rd party service.

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January 07, 2015, 09:05:11 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Then why are you trolling a bitcoin enthusiast forum so fervently?

I can watch comedies on television or movies, but they rarely make me laugh. This forum, however, is an endless supply of laughter. I show it to my friends sometimes who are economics grad students and we roll around on the floor laughing sometimes so hard I think I'm going to pass out!

You need to get out more and find yourself a girlfriend

I'm in a happy relationship with my hot japanese girlfriend. bitcoin is a laughing stock in japan, and they can't get enough of these forums either. I showed it to her family and they said, "there are still people buying these?" they couldn't believe it!
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January 07, 2015, 09:06:23 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

backwater third world country??? Retard! Who do you think you are? Stamp is the biggest exchange out there. They're going to solve this one out - don't worry. They're not like Gox and shitty exchanges you know.

The biggest bitcoin exchange and they can't even keep their bitcoins secured. Well, that's reassuring.
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I'm in a happy relationship with my hot japanese girlfriend. bitcoin is a laughing stock in japan, and they can't get enough of these forums either. I showed it to her family and they said, "there are still people buying these?" they couldn't believe it!


Now we are the ones rolling on the floor laughing our asses off.


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January 07, 2015, 09:08:15 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

backwater third world country??? Retard! Who do you think you are? Stamp is the biggest exchange out there. They're going to solve this one out - don't worry. They're not like Gox and shitty exchanges you know.

The biggest bitcoin exchange and they can't even keep their bitcoins secured. Well, that's reassuring.

Seriously, post less or I suspect you will be disappeared.
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January 07, 2015, 09:09:14 PM

haha to whoever said "fuck sake i can't buy" then deleted the comment as i tried to quote it
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January 07, 2015, 09:09:17 PM

LoveLovetoscrewwithyou, too!you, too!

Thanks!

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January 07, 2015, 09:09:56 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.

Invest in low cost index funds, just as Mr. Buffet recommends. But of course, Warren Buffet is an idiot and doesn't know anything about money, according to this forum.  Cheesy Cheesy

And he is so generous, that will share his knowledge with everyone. Making everybody rich. Wouldn't be surprised if I found out, that he is buying all that stamp coins under the table.
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January 07, 2015, 09:10:41 PM

I'm in a happy relationship with my hot japanese girlfriend.

the fact you have to mention that she is hot probably means you are lying, pictures or it didn't happen
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January 07, 2015, 09:13:04 PM

I'm in a happy relationship with my hot japanese girlfriend.

the fact you have to mention that she is hot probably means you are lying, pictures or it didn't happen

I think I might know it already...


lol Grin
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January 07, 2015, 09:13:27 PM

haha to whoever said "fuck sake i can't buy" then deleted the comment as i tried to quote it


I say> that was the point of this bitstamp mess, to push you to buy them. 

dont be fooled, buy them only for a quick rebound!   
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