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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
$0 - 4 (3.7%)
<$8,000 - 5 (4.6%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 1 (0.9%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 2 (1.8%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 5 (4.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 7 (6.4%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 25 (22.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 20 (18.3%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 19 (17.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 6 (5.5%)
>$12,000 - 8 (7.3%)
>$20,000 - 7 (6.4%)
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March 30, 2015, 11:40:59 PM

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March 30, 2015, 11:47:08 PM

Hello gentlemen, we're new and are real interested in purchasing a few of your new world reserve currencies!  We got money, and can get more, too!
Have we come to the right place?



Gentlemen, please reply ASAP.  As you can see, we're ready to get rich do business!  All this money worthless fiat is burning a hole through our collective pocket, just tell us, who do we pay?

Don't do this thing, kids!  You'll end up in jail, like the head of the Bitcoin Foundation, Charlie Sherm.
Or worse...



C'mon kiddo, you have a much easier bcf target in magical tux!!!

Shrem did the wrong thing, but what about PayPal?

Or Gen Petraeus v Edward Snowden

Or Google / Youtube v Kim Dotcom

Hypocrisy, or we could just talk about your ever so witty pictures & commentary about those Zortan looking folks.

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March 30, 2015, 11:47:36 PM

Just woke up to troll central it looks like. Price spike imminent...  Smiley

Yeah. Just checking in after a couple of days' absence myself and this place is a mess.

It used to  take at least a $2 price dip to send the trolls into a frenzy. Today the price is actually up and yet they're still foaming at the mouth.

Meanwhile in the real world, we're where we've been for about a week, mostly in the $245-$250 range. Sideways, ho hum.
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March 30, 2015, 11:57:28 PM

Just woke up to troll central it looks like. Price spike imminent...  Smiley

It's been like this all day.  Were off the high's right now and looks like sideways for a bit.

I was expecting a small dip, so staying sidewise is a good sign. There may be a small rally as early as tomorrow. Best to get the BTCs now (for short term profit).
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March 30, 2015, 11:58:17 PM

Hello gentlemen, we're new and are real interested in purchasing a few of your new world reserve currencies!  We got money, and can get more, too!
Have we come to the right place?



Gentlemen, please reply ASAP.  As you can see, we're ready to get rich do business!  All this money worthless fiat is burning a hole through our collective pocket, just tell us, who do we pay?

Don't do this thing, kids!  You'll end up in jail, like the head of the Bitcoin Foundation, Charlie Sherm.
Or worse...



C'mon kiddo, you have a much easier bcf target in magical tux!!!

Shrem did the wrong thing, but what about PayPal?

Or Gen Petraeus v Edward Snowden

Or Google / Youtube v Kim Dotcom

Hypocrisy, or we could just talk about your ever so witty pictures & commentary about those Zortan looking folks.

If M

Bitcoin has plenty of inept criminals to be proud of, Sherm's just the one who went to jail today.
What's up with the rest, tho?  Are you suggesting there's fail and crimes outside of Bitcoin?  Sure, but there's stuff other than fail & crimes, too.
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March 30, 2015, 11:58:45 PM




@VitalikButerin: BTW despite my increasing agreement with "blockchain tech cool, currency meh", reminder that I still believe this:

http://imgur.com/6E3jMpL
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March 30, 2015, 11:58:46 PM

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March 31, 2015, 12:01:25 AM
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Somethings going on on okcoin futures

I guess the shorts are loading up

bids in 220's are really starting to stack up as well
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March 31, 2015, 12:33:04 AM

so much tension now but the real resistance is sitting at ~255.

lel

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March 31, 2015, 12:38:19 AM

The volatility preference is not correct, for reserve applications.  What most people dislike is value depreciation.  Very few if any object to upside movements.  For denominating obligations, howev er, the point is valid.  That concern is readily addressed without reference to depreciating fiat, by denominating in a less volatile numeraire, whether crypto or some other commodity, converting according to a transparent rule.  Contract in gold. Transact in crypto.

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March 31, 2015, 12:45:12 AM

The volatility preference is not correct, for reserve applications.  What most people dislike is value depreciation.  Very few if any object to upside movements.  For denominating obligations, howev er, the point is valid.  That concern is readily addressed without reference to depreciating fiat, by denominating in a less volatile numeraire, whether crypto or some other commodity, converting according to a transparent rule.  Contract in gold. Transact in crypto.



The main problem is that merchants are unable to hold the BTCs and have to sell them The can not be having their holdings to keep changing wildly.
Imagine if volatility was reduced. Then some merchants might actually be tempted to hold BTCs, which relieves some of the selling pressure and helps prices.
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March 31, 2015, 12:48:57 AM

The volatility preference is not correct, for reserve applications.  What most people dislike is value depreciation.  Very few if any object to upside movements.  For denominating obligations, howev er, the point is valid.  That concern is readily addressed without reference to depreciating fiat, by denominating in a less volatile numeraire, whether crypto or some other commodity, converting according to a transparent rule.  Contract in gold. Transact in crypto.



The main problem is that merchants are unable to hold the BTCs and have to sell them The can not be having their holdings to keep changing wildly.
Imagine if volatility was reduced. Then some merchants might actually be tempted to hold BTCs, which relieves some of the selling pressure and helps prices.


the main problem is that there is no incentive to use bitcoin to actually buy stuff, drugs and other illicit things aside.
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March 31, 2015, 12:51:04 AM

The volatility preference is not correct, for reserve applications.  What most people dislike is value depreciation.  Very few if any object to upside movements.  For denominating obligations, howev er, the point is valid.  That concern is readily addressed without reference to depreciating fiat, by denominating in a less volatile numeraire, whether crypto or some other commodity, converting according to a transparent rule.  Contract in gold. Transact in crypto.



The main problem is that merchants are unable to hold the BTCs and have to sell them The can not be having their holdings to keep changing wildly.
Imagine if volatility was reduced. Then some merchants might actually be tempted to hold BTCs, which relieves some of the selling pressure and helps prices.


the main problem is that there is no incentive to use bitcoin to actually buy stuff, drugs and other illicit things aside.

There will never be. I never saw BTC as a way to buy stuff, but more as a holding.
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March 31, 2015, 12:53:27 AM

The volatility preference is not correct, for reserve applications.  What most people dislike is value depreciation.  Very few if any object to upside movements.  For denominating obligations, howev er, the point is valid.  That concern is readily addressed without reference to depreciating fiat, by denominating in a less volatile numeraire, whether crypto or some other commodity, converting according to a transparent rule.  Contract in gold. Transact in crypto.



The main problem is that merchants are unable to hold the BTCs and have to sell them The can not be having their holdings to keep changing wildly.
Imagine if volatility was reduced. Then some merchants might actually be tempted to hold BTCs, which relieves some of the selling pressure and helps prices.


the main problem is that there is no incentive to use bitcoin to actually buy stuff, drugs and other illicit things aside.

There will never be. I never saw BTC as a way to buy stuff, but more as a holding.


agreed.

now, all you have to do is convince other 5 billion of people that it makes sense to hold it.

and then you can have your "mass adoption" bitcoiners.

good luck with that!
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March 31, 2015, 12:58:49 AM

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March 31, 2015, 01:21:34 AM

I never saw BTC as a way to buy stuff, but more as a holding.

I see it currently more as a transfer tool.

My observation supports this. When I go to use the BTC ATM at Decentral, I see mainly 30-something white male stereotypical Bitcoiners sitting at their laptops contrasted with a mishmash of visible minorities waiting to use the ATM, many of them with heavy accents, some seeking help from the receptionist as they seem new to Bitcoin.

My guess is that many are buying bitcoins to send home to their families in their native countries.

If Paypal accepted Bitcoin as a method of deposit, I'd use it regularly. Waiting a week to transfer funds from my bank to my Paypal account has been a deal-breaker on many Ebay bargains for me. Waiting about an hour for a half dozen confirmations of a Bitcoin deposit is no big thing.

Some day Bitcoin may become a currency of everyday commerce but it's already useful as a cheap and fast way to send money (especially smaller amounts) internationally.
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March 31, 2015, 01:45:03 AM

Just woke up to troll central it looks like. Price spike imminent...  Smiley

Yeah. Just checking in after a couple of days' absence myself and this place is a mess.

It used to  take at least a $2 price dip to send the trolls into a frenzy. Today the price is actually up and yet they're still foaming at the mouth.

Meanwhile in the real world, we're where we've been for about a week, mostly in the $245-$250 range. Sideways, ho hum.

Lol.  Since end of January, I keep waiting for this epic dump that the trolls continue to blather on about.

And waiting... and waiting... and waiting.... now we're moving into April.

Seems they like to continue blathering on and on since then, but simply don't have the coins to massively dump any more?

/bearmarket

#beartrendover

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