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February 08, 2018, 10:50:04 AM


Bitstamp does have chained orders. You should play a bit with it as it could automate a bit more your trading. I don't use bots either, that would be too much automation for me and my smallish trading. This is just for setting an equal higher limit sell order right after the buy order has been filled... and viceversa. But it only does it one time, after the second order is executed (what I denominate a "combo" in lack of a better term) you would need to manually insert a new one (or if you are "live" substitute the standing second order for a chained one).

In bitstamp you just have to go put a limit order as you usually do and then you have a small link that says "advanced" and when clicked you can set at which price the contrarian order will be put AFTER the first one gets filled.

For me it is a VERY useful feature. YMMV.

Yep, I use it a lot, saves me watching all night to see if an order has been filled, before putting in the corresponding order.

Been a boon with this 'ball bouncing down stairs' action.   Helped me to scoop up small wins, which I have then used to hoover up more coin on the way down.   Overall stash is down in value of course - but for getting more coin in a downtrend, it's been useful.  I just wish you could set the corresponding buy or sell for a different amount of coin (as well as price).
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February 08, 2018, 10:52:23 AM

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Bitstamp does have chained orders. You should play a bit with it as it could automate a bit more your trading. I don't use bots either, that would be too much automation for me and my smallish trading. This is just for setting an equal higher limit sell order right after the buy order has been filled... and viceversa. But it only does it one time, after the second order is executed (what I denominate a "combo" in lack of a better term) you would need to manually insert a new one (or if you are "live" substitute the standing second order for a chained one).

In bitstamp you just have to go put a limit order as you usually do and then you have a small link that says "advanced" and when clicked you can set at which price the contrarian order will be put AFTER the first one gets filled.

For me it is a VERY useful feature. YMMV.

Previously, I had never noticed that feature on Stamp, and just now, in reaction to the information of your post, I looked it up and it looks like something that I may be able to use, perhaps... so maybe I will give it a shot.. it might be useful in some circumstances..


In recent times, I have been selling less BTC than I buy and buying more BTC than I sell, but the feature could still work on a temporary basis until I am able to reset my regular orders, perhaps?   And I just did a quick browse at my other exchanges, GDAX, WEX and Gemini, and they do not seem to have such a feature.    Possibly, a decently useful feature in some circumstances, like you suggested.. thanks.
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February 08, 2018, 10:53:05 AM

Looks like we're going to 9000 and pretty soon.

 
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February 08, 2018, 10:55:39 AM

Thank for the reference to chained orders on stamp. As a recent refugee from BFX, never noticed them before.  
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February 08, 2018, 10:56:52 AM

Looks like we're going to 9000 and pretty soon.

 

Are we ready to FOMO yet?
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February 08, 2018, 10:59:24 AM

I need 10k back in my life.
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February 08, 2018, 10:59:45 AM
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I must say:

It's been very reassuring to see certain views being challenged in this thread which have been left to pass by without comment before.

I was beginning to wonder, now I find I am not alone. Respect to those who spoke up, it was about time.

'nuff said.


On with WO nonsense in all its flavours.



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February 08, 2018, 11:01:13 AM

I must say:

It's been very reassuring to see certain views being challenged in this thread which have been left to pass by without comment before.

I was beginning to wonder, now I find I am not alone. Respect to those who spoke up, it was about time.

'nuff said.


On with WO nonsense in all its flavours.
And still nothing concrete. Why are you being so vague? Why not be clear on what you are even talking about?
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February 08, 2018, 11:05:58 AM


IQ is the single best predictor for life success, especially the ability to make and manage money.

Notwithstanding the circularity of the argument, the best predictor to make money is the amount of money you have, and the best predictor of this amount is the amount your parents had...

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get him to define what he means by racist.

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That's why the richest people in the world are mostly jews, they are the single most intelligent group of people in the world, followed by chinese and japanese and then europeans. Just how it is.
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February 08, 2018, 11:12:02 AM

BCash and BGold:

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February 08, 2018, 11:14:27 AM
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On with WO nonsense in all its flavours.
And still nothing concrete. Why are you being so vague? Why not be clear on what you are even talking about?

They hate "racism" and love different cultures without noticing that they are all fucking "racist" versus foreigners. They love "diversity" until no one contradicts their faith, then against dissidents they have no reserves to de-humanize them and demanding censorship. They are utterly brainwashed by jewish mind tricks and they pretend to be on an higher moral standing. That's why the west is doomed.

A must read on such sick minds:
http://alt-market.com/articles/3362-a-post-mortem-on-the-corpse-of-social-justice
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February 08, 2018, 11:20:23 AM

BCash and BGold:



Roger pumping his shitcoin again? yuck

The timing is no surprise
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February 08, 2018, 11:31:24 AM

That's why the west is doomed.


West of what?
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February 08, 2018, 11:32:37 AM

BCash and BGold:



Roger pumping his shitcoin again? yuck

The timing is no surprise

Notice how ltc to BTC took a hit?

These new coins have given market manipulation a new trading pair that is a dream come true for market manipulation of the inexperienced.
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February 08, 2018, 11:38:19 AM

Since the dip we are currently climbing at approximately $750/day  Shocked

We will be seeing $10k before monday hopefully.
ATH might get passed before the end of the month.

We will get some testing of support but other than that we are going bullish again Smiley

Fingers crossed  Cool
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February 08, 2018, 11:54:22 AM

Since the dip we are currently climbing at approximately $750/day  Shocked

We will be seeing $10k before monday hopefully.
ATH might get passed before the end of the month.

We will get some testing of support but other than that we are going bullish again Smiley

Fingers crossed  Cool

Then will the price be $250k by the end of year?
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February 08, 2018, 11:55:16 AM

Hardly relevant to BTC, but an interesting topic IMO.

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How hard were they trying though? I recall reading a paper from one of the Ivy League universities that concluded that perfect pitch could not be learned in adulthood. And the argumentation, as well as the experiment itself, was lackluster to say the least.
Really hard. As in everything that can possibly be done within legal and ethical means. This is study time on google if that's not enough.
Perfect pitch appears to be dependent on both a genetic trait and a development window. Nature and nurture. The genetic trait is probably present in something like 20% of the population. The window of opportunity for actually having perfect pitch during adulthood roughly coincides with the window for native language learning.

Native speakers of tone languages (Chinese language/dialects, Thai etc) have a higher than average percentage of adults with perfect pitch. This is probably due to children being exposed to more-or-less fixed pitch sillables while that part of the brain is developing.

There are several studies that come to similar conclusions. I've read a few (say, at least a couple). I can't be bothered to look them up, but big G can help.
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February 08, 2018, 12:00:19 PM

European Banks Could Soon Hold Bitcoin, Admits ECB President

https://www.ccn.com/european-banks-soon-hold-bitcoin-admits-ecb-president/


If you can't stop it, HODL it!  Grin Grin Grin
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February 08, 2018, 12:09:16 PM

Since the dip we are currently climbing at approximately $750/day  Shocked

We will be seeing $10k before monday hopefully.
ATH might get passed before the end of the month.

We will get some testing of support but other than that we are going bullish again Smiley

Fingers crossed  Cool

Then will the price be $250k by the end of year?

Hmmm

I think I will sell 2-3 BTCs at 200k

Buying a nice appartement :-)

(A man can dream)
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February 08, 2018, 12:14:50 PM

Hardly relevant to BTC, but an interesting topic IMO.

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How hard were they trying though? I recall reading a paper from one of the Ivy League universities that concluded that perfect pitch could not be learned in adulthood. And the argumentation, as well as the experiment itself, was lackluster to say the least.
Really hard. As in everything that can possibly be done within legal and ethical means. This is study time on google if that's not enough.
Perfect pitch appears to be dependent on both a genetic trait and a development window. Nature and nurture. The genetic trait is probably present in something like 20% of the population. The window of opportunity for actually having perfect pitch during adulthood roughly coincides with the window for native language learning.

Native speakers of tone languages (Chinese language/dialects, Thai etc) have a higher than average percentage of adults with perfect pitch. This is probably due to children being exposed to more-or-less fixed pitch sillables while that part of the brain is developing.

There are several studies that come to similar conclusions. I've read a few (say, at least a couple). I can't be bothered to look them up, but big G can help.
Yeah, early development is important for all sorts of things. Thing is, we lived in tribes for millions of years and that's the environment we are evolved for. Modern life is completely different, which makes it likely that we are doing things to our kids that are harmful to them. That's why it's so important to study these things. And not just for kids, but for all of us.
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