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January 04, 2017, 08:21:33 PM

Bitcoin made it to the top 50 on Google Trends....beating out "Cat food"

Giddy up!!

https://www.google.com/trends/

Let's pump it! Click here: https://www.google.com/#q=bitcoin
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January 04, 2017, 08:24:19 PM

Bitcoin made it to the top 50 on Google Trends....beating out "Cat food"

Giddy up!!

https://www.google.com/trends/

Let's pump it! Click here: https://www.google.com/#q=bitcoin



^bro we got this , try keep it under wraps $2000 next few days imo  Wink *hodl*
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January 04, 2017, 08:34:42 PM

any other UKers here holding their breath for ~$1230 when we finally hit £1000? that is gonna be when my head explodes.

Yep - one here Spooder. That would be fantastic.

The crazy thing is, I've tried to explain bitcoin to quite a few people over the last few years. Some have nodded approvingly - but most have been sceptical. But none that I know of have acquired any BTC. I'm watching this rise on my own (so to speak)

The one I'm waiting for is $1163 on stamp. And I'm starting to think I might see it before 23:59 GMT.

I have spent so much time watching the price over the festive period its embarassing.

Where do you guys buy/sell BTC, by the way? I get paid monthly in bitcoin and since Circle shut down BTC sells I have to resort to Coinfloor. It's not bad but still a hassle and you get spanked on withdrawals, of course.
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January 04, 2017, 08:35:24 PM

any other UKers here holding their breath for ~$1230 when we finally hit £1000? that is gonna be when my head explodes.

Yep - one here Spooder. That would be fantastic.

The crazy thing is, I've tried to explain bitcoin to quite a few people over the last few years. Some have nodded approvingly - but most have been sceptical. But none that I know of have acquired any BTC. I'm watching this rise on my own (so to speak)

The one I'm waiting for is $1163 on stamp. And I'm starting to think I might see it before 23:59 GMT.

I have spent so much time watching the price over the festive period its embarassing.

Where do you guys buy/sell BTC, by the way? I get paid monthly in bitcoin and since Circle shut down BTC sells I have to resort to Coinfloor. It's not bad but still a hassle and you get spanked on withdrawals, of course.

I used both of those - Circle was OK. Not used Coinfloor for a while (and when I did it wasn't for long) - little liquidity.

Not sold for a while - tend to buy on Localbitcoin.

Have you tried Uphold - it used to be called Bitreserve ? As you are being paid in BTC it lets you hold your value (BTC) in various other assets ie. gold, platinum, $ etc.
Transfers out in GBP are no worse in fees than anywhere else IIRC
 

Interesting, will take a look. Basically I cash out to pay bills, so nothing fancy required. But even that's hard to come by in the UK...
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January 04, 2017, 08:39:20 PM

What the hell happened here?
Gone away for Christmas break and come back after new years and it is near $1163 again almost 3 years later.
Who blew up bitcoin? Angry
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January 04, 2017, 08:39:38 PM

Bitcoin made it to the top 50 on Google Trends....beating out "Cat food"

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https://www.google.com/trends/
But cat food is delicious.
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any other UKers here holding their breath for ~$1230 when we finally hit £1000? that is gonna be when my head explodes.

Yep - one here Spooder. That would be fantastic.

The crazy thing is, I've tried to explain bitcoin to quite a few people over the last few years. Some have nodded approvingly - but most have been sceptical. But none that I know of have acquired any BTC. I'm watching this rise on my own (so to speak)

The one I'm waiting for is $1163 on stamp. And I'm starting to think I might see it before 23:59 GMT.

I have spent so much time watching the price over the festive period its embarassing.

Where do you guys buy/sell BTC, by the way? I get paid monthly in bitcoin and since Circle shut down BTC sells I have to resort to Coinfloor. It's not bad but still a hassle and you get spanked on withdrawals, of course.

I used both of those - Circle was OK. Not used Coinfloor for a while (and when I did it wasn't for long) - little liquidity.

Not sold for a while - tend to buy on Localbitcoin.

Have you tried Uphold - it used to be called Bitreserve ? As you are being paid in BTC it lets you hold your value (BTC) in various other assets ie. gold, platinum, $ etc.
Transfers out in GBP are no worse in fees than anywhere else IIRC
 

Interesting, will take a look. Basically I cash out to pay bills, so nothing fancy required. But even that's hard to come by in the UK...

Another UKer here too spooder.

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January 04, 2017, 08:43:16 PM

Rally would continu until 1 july 2017 : https://twitter.com/vexmark/status/816078784935948288

and then the crash of the century? i wish china would settle their position once and for all so everyone else can get on with it.
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January 04, 2017, 08:46:46 PM

any other UKers here holding their breath for ~$1230 when we finally hit £1000? that is gonna be when my head explodes.

Yep - one here Spooder. That would be fantastic.

The crazy thing is, I've tried to explain bitcoin to quite a few people over the last few years. Some have nodded approvingly - but most have been sceptical. But none that I know of have acquired any BTC. I'm watching this rise on my own (so to speak)

The one I'm waiting for is $1163 on stamp. And I'm starting to think I might see it before 23:59 GMT.

I have spent so much time watching the price over the festive period its embarassing.

Where do you guys buy/sell BTC, by the way? I get paid monthly in bitcoin and since Circle shut down BTC sells I have to resort to Coinfloor. It's not bad but still a hassle and you get spanked on withdrawals, of course.

I used both of those - Circle was OK. Not used Coinfloor for a while (and when I did it wasn't for long) - little liquidity.

Not sold for a while - tend to buy on Localbitcoin.

Have you tried Uphold - it used to be called Bitreserve ? As you are being paid in BTC it lets you hold your value (BTC) in various other assets ie. gold, platinum, $ etc.
Transfers out in GBP are no worse in fees than anywhere else IIRC
Uphold looks interesting.
0.75% exchange fee is a little high but certainly looks convenient way to swap currencies.
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January 04, 2017, 08:49:15 PM

Uphold looks interesting.
0.75% exchange fee is a little high but certainly looks convenient way to swap currencies.

isn't the ceo of uphold borderline anti bitcoin? i seem to remember him saying it would be nowhere in a few years, kinda like the circle ceo funnily enough.

and they're balls deep in some weird crypto named voxels that i've never heard of.
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January 04, 2017, 08:52:22 PM

100 $ arbitrage, China vs US. too much
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January 04, 2017, 08:56:51 PM

Uphold looks interesting.
0.75% exchange fee is a little high but certainly looks convenient way to swap currencies.

isn't the ceo of uphold borderline anti bitcoin? i seem to remember him saying it would be nowhere in a few years, kinda like the circle ceo funnily enough.

and they're balls deep in some weird crypto named voxels that i've never heard of.
Only just started looking so don't know who is running the show or if that is of any concern for me at this point?
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January 04, 2017, 09:02:57 PM

any other UKers here holding their breath for ~$1230 when we finally hit £1000? that is gonna be when my head explodes.

Yep - one here Spooder. That would be fantastic.

The crazy thing is, I've tried to explain bitcoin to quite a few people over the last few years. Some have nodded approvingly - but most have been sceptical. But none that I know of have acquired any BTC. I'm watching this rise on my own (so to speak)

The one I'm waiting for is $1163 on stamp. And I'm starting to think I might see it before 23:59 GMT.

I have spent so much time watching the price over the festive period its embarassing.

Where do you guys buy/sell BTC, by the way? I get paid monthly in bitcoin and since Circle shut down BTC sells I have to resort to Coinfloor. It's not bad but still a hassle and you get spanked on withdrawals, of course.

I'd check out wallofcoins
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January 04, 2017, 09:03:15 PM

This correction (hopefully just that) is pretty welcome. Was getting too bubbly..
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January 04, 2017, 09:05:50 PM

This correction (hopefully just that) is pretty welcome. Was getting too bubbly..

Interesting days. I have buy orders back in the high triples which were left behind and I just let them sit there.  Let's see if they get a visit from the volatility fairy.
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January 04, 2017, 09:07:28 PM

This correction (hopefully just that) is pretty welcome. Was getting too bubbly..

Not that China being 110 dollars higher than the highest USD exchange looks particularly normal.
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January 04, 2017, 09:08:36 PM

This correction (hopefully just that) is pretty welcome. Was getting too bubbly..

Euuh hope so
The bitcoin price went $30 down since the last time I checked it... I should say that the rise was very quick also
In the other hand the price at the Chinese exchanges is over $1200!
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January 04, 2017, 09:11:15 PM

It makes me wonder if the "official" cny/usd exchange rate isn't just a fixed manipulated lie and what we are seeing as a spread between the chinese exchanges and the western exchanges more realistically represents the value difference of said currencies, in the real world..
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