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Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 26388640 times)
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February 06, 2018, 08:37:26 PM

I think he’ll find he’s not the only one! I imagine there a lot of Wobservers in the same boat.

Bitcoin buyer 'loses $440,000' in matter of weeks after sudden collapse

https://news.sky.com/story/bitcoin-buyer-loses-440000-in-matter-of-weeks-after-sudden-collapse-11238898

Yeah. this thread is full of people who lost much more than that in paper profits during the latest crash.
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February 06, 2018, 08:37:32 PM

if ol'Muskys toy grenades it's going to be Armageddon
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February 06, 2018, 08:43:47 PM

I think he’ll find he’s not the only one! I imagine there a lot of Wobservers in the same boat.

Bitcoin buyer 'loses $440,000' in matter of weeks after sudden collapse

https://news.sky.com/story/bitcoin-buyer-loses-440000-in-matter-of-weeks-after-sudden-collapse-11238898

Yeah. this thread is full of people who lost much more than that in paper profits during the latest crash.

And some!  On paper....    Wink
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February 06, 2018, 08:46:14 PM



I will grant that you have fine taste in Gifs.  Some light in this time is of course medicinally... necessary.

Fuck even Bob posted a nice lady gif, bless him

I love this thread, un-PC and looney as it always is.
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February 06, 2018, 08:47:29 PM

if ol'Muskys toy grenades it's going to be Armageddon



BUY BUY BUY!!!

and remember...

Dont Panic.
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February 06, 2018, 08:48:37 PM

Just updated my old Hardware vs Difficulty chart for BTC. It seems there is miss information going around about cost to mine and such so I wanted to get the "numbers" so to speak out there for newbies and oldschool alike.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11QS1BBV11KNGTF8N_-fdfmjTZ3WzPQFbLfVrl5n6R8s/edit?usp=sharing

those Avalon 821s ... do you need the separate controller for a single unit or no?

NETWORK CONNECTION   
Through AUC3 + AUC3 I2c to AvalonMiner Controller

CONTROLLER   
AvalonMiner Controller

AUC3   
Each AUC3 may daisy-chain connect up to 5 devices

https://i.imgur.com/v4xu4s1.png - OLD DIFFICULTY from December 6th 2017

New from January 26 2018.
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February 06, 2018, 08:49:39 PM
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This is Wall Observer thread, so today I've spoted the mother of all walls:

https://i.imgur.com/c1M3kYm.png
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February 06, 2018, 08:49:59 PM

Today volume is comparable to Sept 14th of 2017 when Jamie Dimon was secretly buying BTC.
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February 06, 2018, 08:50:26 PM

A couple of months ago I heard someone on Bloomberg Markets saying that all assets were inexplicably rising at the same time -- stocks, real estate, collectibles, BTC, etc. And now it seems that all assets are falling at the same time. What is the underlying reason for this? One explanation that comes to mind is that people are selling all of their other assets in order to buy into the falling stock market. Or is it some underlying economic thing with the fiat economy?

P.S. I totally called it in this post:
I've been feeling that the price jump has been built on FOMO speculation for a while now. I think that the real, solid base is around $6k (roughly following the longer-term linear trend), but I expect speculators to stabilize it if it reaches $10k, at the very least, and then those prices might or might not stabilize.

So IMO $6k and below is "solid", $6k-$10k is semi-solid, and everything above $10k is a house of cards. No idea what'll actually happen in the next few days, though; it's pure speculative madness. In the next hour, I wouldn't be surprised to see a drop to $10k or an increase to $16k.


Hahahahahaha

I usually harp on newbies for attempting to prematurely expect BTC "stability." 

Alright... I will hold back a tiny little bit on the harping part. because I don't want to end up in bitcointalk prison... however, I will assert (can't help myself) that one of the least likely scenarios that BTC going to enter into any time soon is a kind of semblance of meaningful "stability."

We have war going on out there, and even with an ICO and alt coin dump that was disproportionately more negative for non-bitcoin cryptos as compared with bitcoin, the alt crypto and ICO craze does not seem to be dying down any time soon.. which continues to contribute to craziness in the space, including bitcoin.

The most likely status that we are going to have in the near future remains:


ONGOING


CHAOS!!!!!!


(threw in a bit of color and drama, just for Bob)....


TLDR: Approximately, there is:
 1)  less than .026519% likelihood for stability any time in the next six months or longer   
2) 99.235411% chance for chaos and
3) .73807%  chance for other.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy   

With my total and completely scientific presentation of the subject, including specifics in my percentage presentations, even "other" has gotten "stability" beat by more than .71%.   Go figure.   hahahaha
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February 06, 2018, 08:50:53 PM
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Sad photo of Wall Street traders reacting as stock market plunges.
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February 06, 2018, 08:51:35 PM

Trains and rockets? 

b..b...but I have prepared myself so well for buys all the way down, so I could feel smug!

I ain't cancelling them yet, but what a difference a green candle can make.

I hope DOOM is over...   But let's see. 
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February 06, 2018, 08:56:42 PM

Maybe i’m Kinda curious off Some in here are actually selling / panicselling while writing things about Going to the moon and stuff ??

I did my selling in Dec.

cheers!
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February 06, 2018, 09:01:30 PM

Celebrating too early again?
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Maybe i’m Kinda curious off Some in here are actually selling / panicselling while writing things about Going to the moon and stuff ??

I did my selling in Dec.

cheers!

don't be so smug, you might regret it in due course.



EDIT: marcus_of_augustus....wow, thanks.
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Celebrating too early again?
speaking again?
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February 06, 2018, 09:11:16 PM

Celebrating too early again?

I don't see any meaningful signs of celebrating,... seems to be more of a relief, and decent chances that the bottom is in...

I think that many of us realize that prices have to get a decent distance above the bottom (which so far is $5920) before we can feel further assurances that the bottom is in for this overall correction....

Currently, I am going to begin to feel a decent level of comfort once the price goes above $10k, again (in the event that it does in the near future)
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February 06, 2018, 09:11:32 PM

GDAX interface right on the edge of shitting the bed
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February 06, 2018, 09:12:10 PM

A couple of months ago I heard someone on Bloomberg Markets saying that all assets were inexplicably rising at the same time -- stocks, real estate, collectibles, BTC, etc. And now it seems that all assets are falling at the same time. What is the underlying reason for this? One explanation that comes to mind is that people are selling all of their other assets in order to buy into the falling stock market. Or is it some underlying economic thing with the fiat economy?

P.S. I totally called it in this post:
I've been feeling that the price jump has been built on FOMO speculation for a while now. I think that the real, solid base is around $6k (roughly following the longer-term linear trend), but I expect speculators to stabilize it if it reaches $10k, at the very least, and then those prices might or might not stabilize.

So IMO $6k and below is "solid", $6k-$10k is semi-solid, and everything above $10k is a house of cards. No idea what'll actually happen in the next few days, though; it's pure speculative madness. In the next hour, I wouldn't be surprised to see a drop to $10k or an increase to $16k.

My theory is that when people need money, for whatever reason, they cash out from whatever they have. Thats why I think the people that believes PM's would be doing great in a "mad max scenario" are completely wrong. PM's would just be another useless shit to trade in vast quantities in exchange of really usefull/valuable stuff like food, firearms, tools, etc....

There's no such thing as uncorrelated assets. There are just valuable assets (depending on the situation) and useless shit to trade for the former.
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February 06, 2018, 09:14:28 PM

Trains and rockets? 

b..b...but I have prepared myself so well for buys all the way down, so I could feel smug!

I ain't cancelling them yet, but what a difference a green candle can make.

I hope DOOM is over...   But let's see. 

I'm already buying back a few of the coins that I dumped this morning at the exact absolute bottom, at a loss of more than 1K each, ouch!
At least now I have some dry powder in case they get cheaper again.

P.S. Good fake violating neatly the 61,8% retracement + the 200 SMA this morning. Nothing better to inspire terror.
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