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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
$0 - 3 (3.9%)
<$8,000 - 4 (5.2%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 1 (1.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 1 (1.3%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 2 (2.6%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 5 (6.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 13 (16.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 15 (19.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 17 (22.1%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (5.2%)
>$12,000 - 7 (9.1%)
>$20,000 - 5 (6.5%)
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February 16, 2017, 09:11:55 AM

Nice to see some movement. Let's hope this is a proper leg up. It's about time.

It's about time you get a leg up with a weekly RSI over 70???

You guys don't know what you are talking about.


Also the bullishness here speaks for down movement.

Weekly RSI is supposed to trend above 70

'16 May - Jun -------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $430 ----> $780

'16 Nov - '17 Jan ---- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $720 ----> $1160

today ----------------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $1000 --> ...

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February 16, 2017, 09:17:10 AM

Nice to see some movement. Let's hope this is a proper leg up. It's about time.

It's about time you get a leg up with a weekly RSI over 70???

You guys don't know what you are talking about.


Also the bullishness here speaks for down movement.

Weekly RSI is supposed to trend above 70

'16 May - Jun -------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $430 ----> $780

'16 Nov - '17 Jan ---- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $720 ----> $1160

today ----------------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $1000 --> ...



Using past examples where the RSI went higher than 70 has absolutely no significance. RSI over 70 is overbought period.

Don't have time to get into stupid arguments that waste my time. Leaving again for better and more intelligent places.
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February 16, 2017, 09:24:01 AM

Seems the eastwest doesn't trust this breakoutfrozen chinese exchanges

edit: why on earth does the PBoC weaken their exchanges? usually the chinese government is nothing but protecting/fostering their industries. weird.

editII: cheap coins available on chinese exchanges. but what good is a cheap coin that is frozen?
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February 16, 2017, 09:30:50 AM

well up to now i was 50 / 50 on BTC and fiat...looking this change i am 100% on BTC from now Smiley we are really getting hot now!
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February 16, 2017, 09:43:40 AM

Using past examples where the RSI went higher than 70 has absolutely no significance. RSI over 70 is overbought period.

RSI is suitable for range trading. Using RSI as an indicator when bitcoin is in a very strong uptrend is plain stupid!
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February 16, 2017, 09:45:12 AM
Last edit: February 16, 2017, 09:57:31 AM by savetherainforest


JJG...



I sometimes wonder how [...]



How I can skip trough your messages without any kind of remorse Sad ... And I don't really like to skip messages! And I don't actually hate, despise you or anything else. So help me old wise JJG to understand... wtf is actually happening that I can't read u'r damn text??  Cheesy Cheesy


*Edit: ... Do I need to read your comments with a british accent for them to make sense?? Smiley
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February 16, 2017, 10:36:14 AM

Nice to see some movement. Let's hope this is a proper leg up. It's about time.

It's about time you get a leg up with a weekly RSI over 70???

You guys don't know what you are talking about.


Also the bullishness here speaks for down movement.

Weekly RSI is supposed to trend above 70

'16 May - Jun -------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $430 ----> $780

'16 Nov - '17 Jan ---- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $720 ----> $1160

today ----------------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $1000 --> ...



Using past examples where the RSI went higher than 70 has absolutely no significance. RSI over 70 is overbought period.

Don't have time to get into stupid arguments that waste my time. Leaving again for better and more intelligent places.

Yes play the petulant ignorant kid card. Cheesy
He showed you that a RSI of 70+ doesn't mean the run has to be over.
Why so emotional? Sitting at home gnawing nails because you bet on the wrong horse or what?!
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February 16, 2017, 10:41:06 AM

You can only cry wolf so many times before people stop giving a shit. I'm honestly shocked they've been able to influence the market as many times as they have.
Indeed. It looks like this time it has very little effect (or none) this time.
Price on BTCC: $969.38   
Price on Bitstamp: $1024.08   

 Cheesy Cheesy

March 15th = SHORTSQUEEZE!!!! THEY ARE SHORT COINS!!! :-D  HOLY SMOKES!!
It would be amazing to see the ETF get approved just a bit after that (I forgot the exact dates). That would ignite a nice rocket and China would just end up losing even more footing. Tongue
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February 16, 2017, 10:55:01 AM

You can only cry wolf so many times before people stop giving a shit. I'm honestly shocked they've been able to influence the market as many times as they have.
Indeed. It looks like this time it has very little effect (or none) this time.
Price on BTCC: $969.38   
Price on Bitstamp: $1024.08   

 Cheesy Cheesy


Reminds me about last weeks of MtGox!
Chinese exchanges are toast.
Good job PBOC!
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February 16, 2017, 11:00:44 AM

You can only cry wolf so many times before people stop giving a shit. I'm honestly shocked they've been able to influence the market as many times as they have.
Indeed. It looks like this time it has very little effect (or none) this time.
Price on BTCC: $969.38   
Price on Bitstamp: $1024.08   

 Cheesy Cheesy

March 15th = SHORTSQUEEZE!!!! THEY ARE SHORT COINS!!! :-D  HOLY SMOKES!!
It would be amazing to see the ETF get approved just a bit after that (I forgot the exact dates). That would ignite a nice rocket and China would just end up losing even more footing. Tongue

we should consider re-branding BTCC to BTCC  Cheesy

edit: SEC ETF ruling is march 11th
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February 16, 2017, 11:13:06 AM

Chinese exchanges are toast.
Good job PBOC!
Indeed. It looks like they are indeed going to make the price less volatile by completely diminishing the importance of the Chinese exchanges. Cheesy

we should consider re-branding BTCC to BTCC  Cheesy
Excellent idea. You should email them.  Tongue

edit: SEC ETF ruling is march 11th
Thanks for the information. In the case of a positive ruling: "What if I told you that by the time you can withdraw Bitcoin from BTCC, you won't want to?" Cheesy
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February 16, 2017, 11:37:12 AM

China bans Bitcoin on BTCC again?  Cheesy

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Dear Customer, BTCChina will continue upgrading its inspection and verification system for bitcoin and litecoin withdrawals to aggressively guard against money laundering, illegal money exchange, pyramid schemes, and other illegal activity. As a result, bitcoin and litecoin withdrawals will be suspended from February 15th until March 15th. Bitcoin and litecoin withdrawals will be resumed as soon as industry standards are settled and the inspection and verification system has been upgraded. Please note: 1. Bitcoin and litecoin withdrawals will resume as soon the inspection and verification system has been upgraded. We will let customers know as soon as this happens. 2. CNY deposits and withdrawals will not be affected; if customers want to withdraw funds within a shorter period, they can first trade their bitcoins and litecoins for CNY on the exchange and then withdraw the CNY. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, The BTCChina Team February 15th, 2017
https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5ud5f2/btcchina_bullshitting_its_users_by_extending/

Looks like honey badger doesn't give a damn. Cheesy




Thanks for that piece Lauda.   It is pretty informative about the general status update, and I would not label that as a "ban" but it is a pretty serious intermeddling attempt by the government in attempting to work out some monitoring and controls that are acceptable to the government that is a bit precedent setting in a kind of severe and interesting way.  I think that different countries are going to attempt different approaches  and some of these are going to have varying degrees of success and/or work arounds, that may in the end instruct actual bitcoin users to limit or lower their exposure to exchange risk (or in other words only put a very limited amount of their bitcoin related capital in exchanges).  Sure, it could also take away some of China's overall influence in the bitcoin space and maybe be o.k. for bitcoin even though it may kind of suck for chinese bitcoin holders in the short term and maybe even suck for bitcoin holders of countries who attempt to follow similar seemingly draconian (regulatory) measures.. but not quite, yet, rising to the level of "ban."
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February 16, 2017, 11:47:08 AM

Nice to see some movement. Let's hope this is a proper leg up. It's about time.

It's about time you get a leg up with a weekly RSI over 70???

You guys don't know what you are talking about.


Also the bullishness here speaks for down movement.

Weekly RSI is supposed to trend above 70

'16 May - Jun -------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $430 ----> $780

'16 Nov - '17 Jan ---- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $720 ----> $1160

today ----------------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $1000 --> ...



Using past examples where the RSI went higher than 70 has absolutely no significance. RSI over 70 is overbought period.

Don't have time to get into stupid arguments that waste my time. Leaving again for better and more intelligent places.


You cannot use traditional technical and trading tools and measurements with bitcoin, unless you somehow compensate for the fact that bitcoin is a relatively new asset that is in its early adoption phase, and likely in the lower portion of an s curve or the lower portion of a hockey stick. 

Anyhow, you still could sometimes be right using traditional measures, but you still need to account for the networking effects of a very immature technology (and asset) in order to account for continued and likely upwards exponential growth that does not confine itself to marketing technicals of a more mature industry or asset class.

Therefore, it really could be the case that we experience another upwards breakout in spite of the technical fundamentals suggesting otherwise... but yeah an upward breakout is not "guaranteed" either because there are a lot of factors going on including ongoing buying pressure that is building but then also whether or not that ongoing buying pressure is actually sufficient enough to continue to fuel us upwards  in spite of the dynamics of more than 100 bitcoin exchanges and some of them also allowing various kinds of "shorting" tools that were not previously present in bitcoin (in earlier bubble periods, such as those pre-2014 upwards price bubbles).
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February 16, 2017, 11:55:12 AM


JJG...



I sometimes wonder how [...]



How I can skip trough your messages without any kind of remorse Sad ... And I don't really like to skip messages! And I don't actually hate, despise you or anything else. So help me old wise JJG to understand... wtf is actually happening that I can't read u'r damn text??  Cheesy Cheesy


*Edit: ... Do I need to read your comments with a british accent for them to make sense?? Smiley


That is fine.  You don't need to read the text of everyone's posts.. nothing wrong with that... especially if you are having difficulties relating to the words or the contents. blah blah blah.

I agree that sometimes some posters will have a certain way of posting (or expressing themselves) that is NOT really relatable or understandable to me, so I tend to not read the posts of those persons.. or maybe I skim them, rather than read them.  Nothing wrong with that, and there are only so many hours in the day, correct?   So yeah, great, read the posts that you can relate to, and if you cannot relate to the posts, then either skip them or skim them.   Wink

By the way, I have travelled and lived in various parts of the world, but my upbringing and my current location is currently in the US of A... Probably in the near future I will resume some worldly travels, but currently I have some business matters that are keeping me more geographically tied down to the USA than I would prefer to be.. at least for the moment and likely in the next year or two... we will see?
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February 16, 2017, 12:05:34 PM

Nice to see some movement. Let's hope this is a proper leg up. It's about time.

It's about time you get a leg up with a weekly RSI over 70???

You guys don't know what you are talking about.


Also the bullishness here speaks for down movement.

Weekly RSI is supposed to trend above 70

'16 May - Jun -------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $430 ----> $780

'16 Nov - '17 Jan ---- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $720 ----> $1160

today ----------------- weekly RSI > 70 ---- $1000 --> ...



Using past examples where the RSI went higher than 70 has absolutely no significance. RSI over 70 is overbought period.

Don't have time to get into stupid arguments that waste my time. Leaving again for better and more intelligent places.

Don't let the door hit your arse on the way out...
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February 16, 2017, 12:55:47 PM

this week has been terrible, all the sideways movements makes bitcoin price a headache.

That's a new one. I thought it was all the ups and down that made price a headache  Tongue
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February 16, 2017, 12:57:21 PM

this week has been terrible, all the sideways movements makes bitcoin price a headache.

That's a new one. I thought it was all the ups and down that made price a headache  Tongue


I find it's the ups, downs and sideways
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February 16, 2017, 01:22:36 PM

this week has been terrible, all the sideways movements makes bitcoin price a headache.

That's a new one. I thought it was all the ups and down that made price a headache  Tongue

Yeah me I like nothing more than a calm and steady sideways BTC price!

Except the moon launching of course
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February 16, 2017, 01:24:46 PM

You can only cry wolf so many times before people stop giving a shit. I'm honestly shocked they've been able to influence the market as many times as they have.
Indeed. It looks like this time it has very little effect (or none) this time.
Price on BTCC: $969.38   
Price on Bitstamp: $1024.08   

 Cheesy Cheesy

March 15th = SHORTSQUEEZE!!!! THEY ARE SHORT COINS!!! :-D  HOLY SMOKES!!
It would be amazing to see the ETF get approved just a bit after that (I forgot the exact dates). That would ignite a nice rocket and China would just end up losing even more footing. Tongue


^Chinese whales are legitimately fomo panic buying right now!! lol :-D
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February 16, 2017, 01:44:19 PM


JJG...



I sometimes wonder how [...]



How I can skip trough your messages without any kind of remorse Sad ... And I don't really like to skip messages! And I don't actually hate, despise you or anything else. So help me old wise JJG to understand... wtf is actually happening that I can't read u'r damn text??  Cheesy Cheesy


*Edit: ... Do I need to read your comments with a british accent for them to make sense?? Smiley


That is fine.  You don't need to read the text of everyone's posts.. nothing wrong with that... especially if you are having difficulties relating to the words or the contents. blah blah blah.

I agree that sometimes some posters will have a certain way of posting (or expressing themselves) that is NOT really relatable or understandable to me, so I tend to not read the posts of those persons.. or maybe I skim them, rather than read them.  Nothing wrong with that, and there are only so many hours in the day, correct?   So yeah, great, read the posts that you can relate to, and if you cannot relate to the posts, then either skip them or skim them.   Wink

By the way, I have travelled and lived in various parts of the world, but my upbringing and my current location is currently in the US of A... Probably in the near future I will resume some worldly travels, but currently I have some business matters that are keeping me more geographically tied down to the USA than I would prefer to be.. at least for the moment and likely in the next year or two... we will see?



I don't like to skip... Sad

But mostly I felt a few times like u'r a dog chasing u'r own tail about a subject, talking about something but nothing as well in the same time! And sometimes regarding to "chasing u'r own tail" I get a bias bearish vibe from you or with a dose of 'purposefully sceptical' attitude towards some subjects.

Cuz sometimes I feel you might say something important or maybe a drop of revealing wisdom! But my brain being a pretty good b.s. detector, it betrays me a bit when I try to read what you have to say.
Maybe its just that your "tail spining" makes me think u'r not leftist, nor a right political view person. It bothers me sometimes that you try to not bother anyone. U'r like a politician, or I feel like u r one... speaking a lot but saying nothing. Smiley
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