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Question: Oct. 31 Closing Price:
$0 - 1 (3.7%)
<$7,000 - 2 (7.4%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 1 (3.7%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 2 (7.4%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 7 (25.9%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 4 (14.8%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 1 (3.7%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 2 (7.4%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (7.4%)
>$10,500 - 4 (14.8%)
>$20,000 - 1 (3.7%)
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February 20, 2017, 06:21:03 PM

1000 is a nice mark but i wanna see 100k's BTC ATMs installed all over the world Grin



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Don't know why we can't have some too!
I like btc and I have no problem doing localbtc trades here!
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February 20, 2017, 06:29:14 PM

My teenage niece bought shoes with btc. So. Moon?
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Where can you buy shoe with bitcoin?
Overstock still taking our bits for shoes? Grin

Amazon.

As for the price, it looks like we had a double top which is usually bearish. It could drop back down to near 1000 again.

Or we have some whale come in and jump us up $20-$30 and we move to new territory on a nice slow climb to new highs and beyond.

Not directly, but she bought a gift card with Bitcoin, then bought the shoes, unless I'm outdated and Amazon is accepting Bitcoin directly

Good, but not perfect yet

Using http://www.purse.io you get 15% off of any Amazon purchase. Better than perfect.

There's really no advantage to Amazon accepting bitcoins at this point.
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February 20, 2017, 06:38:41 PM

Good morning to the best land of this world! the bitcoin land!
Where everything is possible and the price is also possible to uptrend or downtrend! what do you see for today wise people? started good as i look it Smiley

I don't think it started good for you as you were predicting downward price move all the day yesterday. You must have lost money unless you're just blabbering without any trading! How is signature campaign going? Do keep your income in bitcoins or you can't resist selling out your bitcoins?  

Good afternoon, sorry for the late response but can't be here all time.
I did not loose anything... and despite your position i actually win some btc on the buy back of 50%, it was not many but the most important it was that was not minus Smiley lucky for me there are always people that sell cheaper... all my trades and buy orders closed lucky for me. Long answer but this is for the 1st part of your post to tell you my day started very good! and if you did see my posts was not all day how you wrote.
I can't really tell you about the campaign i never counted, what i can say is that i check once per week to see that is active.

I don't know how you can think this way, i can't resist of making bigger my wallet this is true!
it's another thing to trade when i feel (i mentioned as far as i remember in all my posts - if not all to 90%, and i wrote every time, my feeling, for me worked very good Smiley ) and another thing the cold wallet. and also a very small portion that i play with it Smiley i remember 1 year and something before with this playing portion i bought some ETH in very low price.... (i also bought many others but after 1 year was about 0.023 if i remember good and short them out ).

Now that i gave you answers to your questions i am open to answer you in any other question but can i ask for something? is it possible to say me about you 1st? what was the day for you? you trade at all? or you keep your coins if have any and just making questions here? also do you find it bad to share feelings about price? ( i don't , i like it very much...in past at the early gox times where i had my 99% of the coins i won money because of some people feeling you know? - doesn't matter of course that after loose all when getting goxed Smiley but  here we are again with btc again in my possession - hope also for some return from the goxed ones Smiley )
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February 20, 2017, 06:39:39 PM

Look at that Chinese LocalBitcoins volume:


Chinese exchanges weren't fake after all, what a surprise!


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No way! Absolutely unbelievable! I think I was a bit wrong about my thoughts on China Volume after seeing this. Well, they create most of the new coins and surely they have to find new (old) ways to trade. Sure this is a good one.
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February 20, 2017, 07:38:49 PM

Look at that Chinese LocalBitcoins volume:


Chinese exchanges weren't fake after all, what a surprise!


wow, the chinese managed to invent zero fee trading on local bitcoins??!?  Cheesy

No way! Absolutely unbelievable! I think I was a bit wrong about my thoughts on China Volume after seeing this. Well, they create most of the new coins and surely they have to find new (old) ways to trade. Sure this is a good one.

Ironically localbitcoins (and anything else using Google’s captcha) is blocked in China by its great firewall. All those traders have to use a VPN to access it. If China decides to ban localbitcoins it would be ineffective.


https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/localbitcoins-records-global-time-high-chinese-volume-5x/

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It’s all the more notable that LocalBitcoins remains blocked in China due to the country’s state-imposed firewall.

“We’re already technically blocked in China as our site uses, among other things, Google’s re-captcha system,” a LocalBitcoins staff member wrote on a social forum. “As all Google resources are blocked in China you can’t log in to our site from mainland China unless you use a VPN.”
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February 20, 2017, 07:50:42 PM

1000 is a nice mark but i wanna see 100k's BTC ATMs installed all over the world Grin

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Don't know why we can't have some too!
I like btc and I have no problem doing localbtc trades here!

ht tps://coinatmradar.com/country/73/bitcoin-atm-france/
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February 20, 2017, 08:22:27 PM

1000 is a nice mark but i wanna see 100k's BTC ATMs installed all over the world Grin

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Don't know why we can't have some too!
I like btc and I have no problem doing localbtc trades here!

ht tps://coinatmradar.com/country/73/bitcoin-atm-france/


I think Jimbo has drained all btc from the 1000 ATMS all around the world.
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February 20, 2017, 08:53:09 PM

Julian Assange has given the go ahead that everything looks perfectly normal on Chinese exchanges:

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February 20, 2017, 09:18:06 PM

Ironically localbitcoins (and anything else using Google’s captcha) is blocked in China by its great firewall. All those traders have to use a VPN to access it. If China decides to ban localbitcoins it would be ineffective.

I wonder what they're using it for. Buying coins as they wait to get back on an exchange expecting it to be somehow higher? Or doing some of that mythical capital flight? I'm kind of surprised by the figures.
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February 20, 2017, 09:30:08 PM

Ironically localbitcoins (and anything else using Google’s captcha) is blocked in China by its great firewall. All those traders have to use a VPN to access it. If China decides to ban localbitcoins it would be ineffective.

I wonder what they're using it for. Buying coins as they wait to get back on an exchange expecting it to be somehow higher? Or doing some of that mythical capital flight? I'm kind of surprised by the figures.

According to cointelegraph the Chinese traders are flocking to the Japanese exchanges. They must be buying on localbitcoins, then sending those Bitcoins to the Japanese exchanges. I wouldn't deposit on any exchange that won't let me withdraw for another month, and neither will most Chinese traders.

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-price-strong-at-1060-chinese-exchanges-and-regulators-form-alliance

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the global Bitcoin exchange market continued to prosper, with many traders from China moving to Japanese Bitcoin exchanges and the rest migrating to peer-to-peer platforms such as LocalBitcoins
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February 20, 2017, 09:31:16 PM

Good morning to the best land of this world! the bitcoin land!
Where everything is possible and the price is also possible to uptrend or downtrend! what do you see for today wise people? started good as i look it Smiley

I don't think it started good for you as you were predicting downward price move all the day yesterday. You must have lost money unless you're just blabbering without any trading! How is signature campaign going? Do keep your income in bitcoins or you can't resist selling out your bitcoins?  

Good afternoon, sorry for the late response but can't be here all time.
I did not loose anything... and despite your position i actually win some btc on the buy back of 50%, it was not many but the most important it was that was not minus Smiley lucky for me there are always people that sell cheaper... all my trades and buy orders closed lucky for me. Long answer but this is for the 1st part of your post to tell you my day started very good! and if you did see my posts was not all day how you wrote.
I can't really tell you about the campaign i never counted, what i can say is that i check once per week to see that is active.

I don't know how you can think this way, i can't resist of making bigger my wallet this is true!
it's another thing to trade when i feel (i mentioned as far as i remember in all my posts - if not all to 90%, and i wrote every time, my feeling, for me worked very good Smiley ) and another thing the cold wallet. and also a very small portion that i play with it Smiley i remember 1 year and something before with this playing portion i bought some ETH in very low price.... (i also bought many others but after 1 year was about 0.023 if i remember good and short them out ).

Now that i gave you answers to your questions i am open to answer you in any other question but can i ask for something? is it possible to say me about you 1st? what was the day for you? you trade at all? or you keep your coins if have any and just making questions here? also do you find it bad to share feelings about price? ( i don't , i like it very much...in past at the early gox times where i had my 99% of the coins i won money because of some people feeling you know? - doesn't matter of course that after loose all when getting goxed Smiley but  here we are again with btc again in my possession - hope also for some return from the goxed ones Smiley )

I never had any personal experiences with Gox, because by the time I got into bitcoin, they were already experiencing a lot of problems, so I did not feel comfortable risking sending anything to them.. and I was also in the very early accumulation stages too, rather than trading.

Do you have an active and pending claim with Gox?  If so, is your claim being handled through Kraken?  There were some folks who sold their claims, too. 

I have some money that is still tied up in the Bitfinex situation... and even though that is a different situation, it does serve as a kind of example of an alternative way to engage in risk and to lose coins and/or opportunities within the bitcoin space.
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February 20, 2017, 09:36:26 PM

According to cointelegraph the Chinese traders are flocking to the Japanese exchanges. They must be buying on localbitcoins, then sending those Bitcoins to the Japanese exchanges. I wouldn't deposit on any exchange that won't let me withdraw for another month, and neither will most Chinese traders.

Ah. That makes plenty of sense. I guess they couldn't give up the old zero fees without some pangs. They're paying a healthy premium though.
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I never had any personal experiences with Gox, because by the time I got into bitcoin, they were already experiencing a lot of problems, so I did not feel comfortable risking sending anything to them.. and I was also in the very early accumulation stages too, rather than trading.

Do you have an active and pending claim with Gox?  If so, is your claim being handled through Kraken?  There were some folks who sold their claims, too.  

I have some money that is still tied up in the Bitfinex situation... and even though that is a different situation, it does serve as a kind of example of an alternative way to engage in risk and to lose coins and/or opportunities within the bitcoin space.

Yes i have active and approved claim for BTC and FIAT on Gox... i did not sold my claim, this news never reached me and since you mention that for how much they sold? an estimate % to understand i ask..

EDIT: i hope the best for your situation on Bitfinex and if possible to get them all back !
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February 20, 2017, 11:14:49 PM

Buyy!
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everyone watching? Cheesy
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edit: mini max! seems so appealing. this rocket ignites on 11/3.
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PoolMinor panic buying already?
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Bad things happening for all those shorts ...  Cry  Embarrassed Sad
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