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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 0 (0%)
<$7,000 - 0 (0%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
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$8,000-$8,499 - 0 (0%)
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$9,000-$9,499 - 1 (50%)
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$10,500-10,999 - 0 (0%)
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$11,500-$12,000 - 0 (0%)
>$12,000 - 0 (0%)
>$20,000 - 0 (0%)
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April 05, 2015, 03:21:09 PM

That awkward moment when you observe that half of the page posts are on your ignore list. This is definitely bullish indicator to me. Let doom reign another day. Sorry folks this doesn't seem to be your day.
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April 05, 2015, 03:27:22 PM


DO NOT BE AFRAID TARMI




of what? of sneaky bulls that are trying to start something on eastern sunday?

no. they will fail miserably.
Cut your loose!!!
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April 05, 2015, 03:35:06 PM

this would be epic if price somehow breach 265. bear will be crying river   Grin Grin Grin
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April 05, 2015, 03:35:37 PM


DO NOT BE AFRAID TARMI




of what? of sneaky bulls that are trying to start something on easter sunday?

no. they will fail miserably.

1. Short at 255

2. Watch it become quite profitable, dropping into 23X.

3...
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April 05, 2015, 03:36:36 PM

Chinese wash volume!!!! derp. is this going to be a new trope?
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April 05, 2015, 03:42:36 PM

I have yet to see the price of a Bitcoin going up organically.




Conclusion : If you are not flash buying, this shitcoin simply doesn't go up (its tendency is to go into abyss). You start to think that Tim Draper, Winkle and Friends are just pumping fiat in this so they won't lose value on their hundreds of thousands of bitcoins.





Yeah  Roll Eyes
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April 05, 2015, 03:43:03 PM


DO NOT BE AFRAID TARMI




of what? of sneaky bulls that are trying to start something on easter sunday?

no. they will fail miserably.

1. Short at 255

2. Watch it become quite profitable, dropping into 23X.

3...


I did lock some profits in 230 range just to open another position, yes. 

besides, you are talking to a strong and patient hand here. I am not falling into this. Might bring some additional ammo to bitfinex, because obvious trap is obvious.  
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April 05, 2015, 03:46:01 PM

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1013053.new#new
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April 05, 2015, 03:52:11 PM

I have yet to see the price of a Bitcoin going up organically.

img width=1300]http://i.imgur.com/NjLUURV.png[/img]


Conclusion : If you are not flash buying, this shitcoin simply doesn't go up (its tendency is to go into abyss). You start to think that Tim Draper, Winkle and Friends are just pumping fiat in this so they won't lose value on their hundreds of thousands of bitcoins.

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April 05, 2015, 03:55:32 PM

I have yet to see the price of a Bitcoin going up organically.




Conclusion : If you are not flash buying, this shitcoin simply doesn't go up (its tendency is to go into abyss). You start to think that Tim Draper, Winkle and Friends are just pumping fiat in this so they won't lose value on their hundreds of thousands of bitcoins.





Yeah  Roll Eyes

On the 27th and 30th August 2013 Markus bought a lot of BTC, further faking the bull market (total net BTC bought by Markus = 297628). From the Willy report:

In this table, the first two trades (buy/sell pairs) are by some regular user with ID 238168. In the second trade, this user buys 0.398 BTC for $15.13. The next trade is some large market buy by Markus (ID 698630): note how the “$15.13″ value from the previous trade seems to “stick”; regardless of the volume of BTC bought, the value paid is always $15.13. This is speculation, but perhaps for Markus, the “Money” spent field is in fact empty, and the program that generates the trading logs simply takes whatever value was already there before. In other words, Markus is somehow buying tons of BTC without spending a dime.
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April 05, 2015, 03:58:41 PM

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April 05, 2015, 04:04:51 PM

You may now unfasten your seat belts, gentlemen.  Welcome!


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April 05, 2015, 04:12:34 PM

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Brothers and sisters, the time has come
For each and every one of you to decide
Whether you are gonna be the problem,
Or whether you are gonna be the solution.
You must choose, brothers, you must choose.


Good article:
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/leocoin-claims-second-largest-digital-currency-bitcoin-bullshit/
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April 05, 2015, 04:17:21 PM


DO NOT BE AFRAID TARMI




of what? of sneaky bulls that are trying to start something on easter sunday?

no. they will fail miserably.

1. Short at 255

2. Watch it become quite profitable, dropping into 23X.

3...

Oh wait now he covered in the 230's. LOL.
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April 05, 2015, 04:18:09 PM

On the 27th and 30th August 2013 Markus bought a lot of BTC, further faking the bull market (total net BTC bought by Markus = 297628). From the Willy report:

In this table, the first two trades (buy/sell pairs) are by some regular user with ID 238168. In the second trade, this user buys 0.398 BTC for $15.13. The next trade is some large market buy by Markus (ID 698630): note how the “$15.13″ value from the previous trade seems to “stick”; regardless of the volume of BTC bought, the value paid is always $15.13. This is speculation, but perhaps for Markus, the “Money” spent field is in fact empty, and the program that generates the trading logs simply takes whatever value was already there before. In other words, Markus is somehow buying tons of BTC without spending a dime.

My reading of that analysis is that Markus/Wally had several "slave" accounts, used one after the other, that bought bitcoins continuously in small amounts from other users; with apparently valid trades, paying with non-existent USD, at 10% above market.  Then periodically those slave accounts transferred the bitcoins to that master account; not by open trading, but by fake trades (not visible to the outside world), that had the same  meaningless USD amount "15.13$" irrespective of the BTC amount or market price.  The coins presumably were then withdrawn from the master account to some destination outside the MtGOX wallets.
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April 05, 2015, 04:26:28 PM

In the 27th and 30th August 2013 Markus bought a lot of BTC, further faking the bull market (total net BTC bought by Markus = 297628). From the Willy report:

In this table, the first two trades (buy/sell pairs) are by some regular user with ID 238168. In the second trade, this user buys 0.398 BTC for $15.13. The next trade is some large market buy by Markus (ID 698630): note how the “$15.13″ value from the previous trade seems to “stick”; regardless of the volume of BTC bought, the value paid is always $15.13. This is speculation, but perhaps for Markus, the “Money” spent field is in fact empty, and the program that generates the trading logs simply takes whatever value was already there before. In other words, Markus is somehow buying tons of BTC without spending a dime.

Mt Gox closed over a year ago and was irrelevent to price discovery long before that.
 
What next? Blaming the guy who exchanged a pizza ten thousand btc? He should have charged more, he falsely overpriced bitcoin for the rest of eternity!!?


PS. what proof do you have other than a 'blog' that the Mt Gox 'bot' wasn't legitimate? There is a country called China that existed during the last bubble you might want to look it up. Smiley

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April 05, 2015, 04:29:18 PM

I hope bitcoin will continue to trend upwards, but for now, i think it may be done going up. Hopefully we will see another leg up soon.
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April 05, 2015, 04:31:19 PM

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Brothers and sisters, the time has come
For each and every one of you to decide
Whether you are gonna be the problem,
Or whether you are gonna be the solution.
You must choose, brothers, you must choose.


Good article:
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/leocoin-claims-second-largest-digital-currency-bitcoin-bullshit/

A poorly researched, unsubstantiated smear piece penned by Joel Dalais, director of IBWT ("In Bitcoin We Trust"), a Digital Currency Exchange.
Could his bilious libel possibly be influenced by his personal investment in Bitcoin's crumbling ecosystem?
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April 05, 2015, 04:32:03 PM

In the 27th and 30th August 2013 Markus bought a lot of BTC, further faking the bull market (total net BTC bought by Markus = 297628). From the Willy report:

In this table, the first two trades (buy/sell pairs) are by some regular user with ID 238168. In the second trade, this user buys 0.398 BTC for $15.13. The next trade is some large market buy by Markus (ID 698630): note how the “$15.13″ value from the previous trade seems to “stick”; regardless of the volume of BTC bought, the value paid is always $15.13. This is speculation, but perhaps for Markus, the “Money” spent field is in fact empty, and the program that generates the trading logs simply takes whatever value was already there before. In other words, Markus is somehow buying tons of BTC without spending a dime.

Mt Gox closed over a year ago and was irrelevent to price discovery long before that.
 
What next? Blaming the guy who exchanged a pizza ten thousand btc? He should have charged more, he falsely overpriced bitcoin for the rest of eternity!!?


PS. what proof do you have other than a 'blog' that the Mt Gox 'bot' wasn't legitimate? There is a country called China that existed during the last bubble you might want to look it up. Smiley



Some say that the pizza didn't even taste that great, so definately some manipulation going on... Let's call it the overpriced pizza-bot.

All we know is, he's called the stig a troll.
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