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January 04, 2017, 10:44:04 PM

8518 Huobi    That's £995. 

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January 04, 2017, 10:49:53 PM

Normal service has been resumed at Finex!

What happened at Finex?

They sold out all the BTC and now they are out of BTC  Grin
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January 04, 2017, 11:03:10 PM

Guys..

What exactly is the peakiest peak peak all time USD high?
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January 04, 2017, 11:04:00 PM

Huobi broke £1,000  Shocked
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January 04, 2017, 11:05:04 PM

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Never risk the lot, make good profits on high risks with small stakes, or lower risks with bigger stakes.

And don't be greedy, always sell your position 'too early' it's way better than 'too late'.


This is not always true.

If you sold too early and the price was $100

But selling at "too late" is $500 after a crash...

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I was paraphrasing the Rothschilds who said they made their money by always selling too early.   Basically it is always 'too early', until it's too late.  

I sold a few at 1130, because it was near the old ATH and gold price and I had not cashed ANYTHING in yet.   You might as well divest a little and realise some profit. Let's face it - those of us here a few years have to take some out eventually.

You may be (personally) interested to know that it was actually cashing out some XMR into BTC which I then used an exchange to convert to old-fashioned fiat.

Buys me that new drive I have wanted at home, so I am happy.  I still have plenty of BTC to enjoy selling at much, much higher prices. And if it goes down, I can be happy too.

I am still looking for ways to go direct to spend, but realistically via BTC is still the best way.
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January 04, 2017, 11:05:11 PM

Guys..

What exactly is the peakiest peak peak all time USD high?

Bitstamp - $1163, Bitfinex - $1175, Gox $1230 ish but that shouldn't count because you couldn't withdraw dollars.

And there've been some awesome fat fingers too. i think $9800 was paid on campbx one time.
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January 04, 2017, 11:06:45 PM

Guys..

What exactly is the peakiest peak peak all time USD high?

Something like $1230 during Willybot on Gox.
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January 04, 2017, 11:07:42 PM

Thanks. Looking for convenience and low fees really. Used to use Stamp but the bank fees and appalling FX rate was killing me. I've bought from bitbargain, three years ago as I was learning about BTC, but selling would be a hassle. Will look into Kraken but anywhere abroad will probably use SEPA, which incurs vast penalties. I've got a friend who uses LocalBitcoins, but I don't like the idea of waiting around and doing it all manually.
Basically the banking sector here sucks with regard to bitcoin.

Try Bittylicious? I've no idea what it's like as a seller but they're superb to buy from. I'm not sure whether it's in any way automated but try asking them. You get a juicy premium too.

Bittylicious is excellent for buying. Same deal with selling as bitbargain, though - approval process and of course you have to wait around and make manual transfers.
Will probably stick with Coinfloor for now. They're not terrible, I was just spoiled by the convenience of Circle, sending coins and having them turn up as GBP, with no further action necessary on my part, practically zero slippage and no withdrawal fees. It was too good to be true. Banksters. The day of reckoning is nigh.
You could try coinbase either and that's what I have been using cos their exchange is fine by me and I have no regret using it so far.
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January 04, 2017, 11:07:54 PM

eyyyy 1150 on finex.

stamp gotta buy 1k coins to catch up.
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January 04, 2017, 11:16:22 PM


stamp shows who is da boss, if they dont wanna move, they dont move.
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January 04, 2017, 11:17:28 PM

But I want to move up. This is too exciting.
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January 04, 2017, 11:21:24 PM


stamp shows who is da boss, if they dont wanna move, they dont move.

pretty sure the chinese exchanges are the bosses tbh.
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January 04, 2017, 11:22:08 PM


stamp shows who is da boss, if they dont wanna move, they dont move.

Stamp is a pilot fish.

Becoming kind of irrelevant WRT price discovery.

I only follow it for nostalgic purposes - just want to see that ATH go.
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January 04, 2017, 11:24:57 PM

Nice, BTC-E set a new ATH
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January 04, 2017, 11:25:03 PM

i just wanna see 8888 get hit on chinese exchanges. then we have new gods on our side.
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January 04, 2017, 11:29:07 PM


stamp shows who is da boss, if they dont wanna move, they dont move.

pretty sure the chinese exchanges are the bosses tbh.

its actual a very interesting situation at the moment. lets see who will win, either stamp rising or china coming back.
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January 04, 2017, 11:29:30 PM

i just wanna see 8888 get hit on chinese exchanges. then we have new gods on our side.

I was just gonna say that. Major big number. They love their 8's over there.
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January 04, 2017, 11:30:00 PM

i just wanna see 8888 get hit on chinese exchanges. then we have new gods on our side.

sounds good.  Cool
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January 04, 2017, 11:32:44 PM

Thanks. Looking for convenience and low fees really. Used to use Stamp but the bank fees and appalling FX rate was killing me. I've bought from bitbargain, three years ago as I was learning about BTC, but selling would be a hassle. Will look into Kraken but anywhere abroad will probably use SEPA, which incurs vast penalties. I've got a friend who uses LocalBitcoins, but I don't like the idea of waiting around and doing it all manually.
Basically the banking sector here sucks with regard to bitcoin.

Try Bittylicious? I've no idea what it's like as a seller but they're superb to buy from. I'm not sure whether it's in any way automated but try asking them. You get a juicy premium too.

Bittylicious is excellent for buying. Same deal with selling as bitbargain, though - approval process and of course you have to wait around and make manual transfers.
Will probably stick with Coinfloor for now. They're not terrible, I was just spoiled by the convenience of Circle, sending coins and having them turn up as GBP, with no further action necessary on my part, practically zero slippage and no withdrawal fees. It was too good to be true. Banksters. The day of reckoning is nigh.

Just signed up with Coinfloor, waiting for verification. Does your bank charge you to receive the GBP wires from them? cheers.
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January 04, 2017, 11:33:59 PM


stamp shows who is da boss, if they dont wanna move, they dont move.

pretty sure the chinese exchanges are the bosses tbh.

its actual a very interesting situation at the moment. lets see who will win, either stamp rising or china coming back.

How much BTC would one have to send to stamp in order to margin buy out that 280 BTC wall?
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