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March 17, 2018, 09:09:40 PM

Pardon me if this has already been discussed, but:
Whats your thought that after bitcoin futures were introduces we go now some people who bought shorts and they have interest to manipulate bitcoin (not futures but real bitcoin) by drawing it down. Before real interest was primary to pump and dump real bitcoin, but now some big player can all the sudden play bear market. And the tools they have different then for example with gold, or some other stock, they can play on two fields.

And people used to play bear market with other stocks can see they have big potental and possible huge huge incomes if they can draw bitcoin to its knees.
Agree. Obviously they stand to gain more eventually by letting it go long once they've filled their boots.

But for now, they're kinda funny, as many of them get rekt by bullish little guys and bull whales fighting the good fight.
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He achieved an average sell price of US$10k. I think that’s pretty bloody good for someone in the spotlight who can’t move particularly fast due to red tape.
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March 17, 2018, 09:11:43 PM

Pardon me if this has already been discussed, but:
Whats your thought that after bitcoin futures were introduces we go now some people who bought shorts and they have interest to manipulate bitcoin (not futures but real bitcoin) by drawing it down. Before real interest was primary to pump and dump real bitcoin, but now some big player can all the sudden play bear market. And the tools they have different then for example with gold, or some other stock, they can play on two fields.

And people used to play bear market with other stocks can see they have big potental and possible huge huge incomes if they can draw bitcoin to its knees.

Whole thing about BTC futures is to get a Chinese guy to get some cash as they have no use of the exchanges in Asia. Regarding price manipulation add the effect of stock brokers who are used to trade on big moves. So we just need to be patient for all of them to get their lambos and we will get to the levels we all want and with increased adoption it will reach in future.
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March 17, 2018, 09:16:55 PM

In other news.....Ethereum is being smashed downwards mercilessly today.

Actually Ethereum is one of the more stable Altcoins at the moment.

Only down by 2% in relation to BTC.
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March 17, 2018, 09:26:12 PM

I think Bob has sold his account to pay for his due taxes. Can't blame him, that's always better than getting rid of some BTC.
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March 17, 2018, 09:32:46 PM

This can't be the trustee selling. On Saturday? Puh-leeze!

This is manipulation, plain and simple. Somebody wants to have our coins for cheap.

Don't let them.

Hodl.

It isn't Kobayashi: https://www.mtgox.com/img/pdf/20180317_qa.pdf (skip to the last half for english translation)
Smoke that fucking Bear Whale!

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It's not clear how much Jane Street has made from crypto, but the company said it expects to stay involved in the crypto market as more products are created.

"Jane Street has always taken a considered approach to trading opportunities and will continue to do so," the firm told Business Insider. "As more cryptocurrency products emerge, we expect to be involved."

"As more cryptocurrency products emerge"?? So these fucking Wall Street trading companies think of cryptos as nothing more than products now?

What a fkn farce this space has become.  Angry

I hope Bitcoin and Bitcoiners eat their fkn lunch one day. Down with Wall Street! Down with fiat! Down with the corrupt financial establishment! Dump all shitcoins and ICO "products"!
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March 17, 2018, 09:34:30 PM

I think Bob has sold his account to pay for his due taxes. Can't blame him, that's always better than getting rid of some BTC.

Dude. That hurts Embarrassed Right in the fucking ballsack  Cry

What was I thinking ?!

Oh, come on! Cardano? What the hell is that shit?

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March 17, 2018, 09:34:40 PM
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I hope Bitcoin and Bitcoiners eat their fkn lunch one day. Down with Wall Street! Down with fiat! Down with the corrupt financial establishment!
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March 17, 2018, 09:35:05 PM

http://www.businessinsider.com/secretive-wall-street-firm-jane-street-started-trading-bitcoin-2018-3

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It's not clear how much Jane Street has made from crypto, but the company said it expects to stay involved in the crypto market as more products are created.

"Jane Street has always taken a considered approach to trading opportunities and will continue to do so," the firm told Business Insider. "As more cryptocurrency products emerge, we expect to be involved."

"As more cryptocurrency products emerge"?? So these fucking Wall Street trading companies think of cryptos as nothing more than products now?

What a fkn farce this space has become.  Angry

I hope Bitcoin and Bitcoiners eat their fkn lunch one day. Down with Wall Street! Down with fiat! Down with the corrupt financial establishment!

Cheesy Why do you think BTC futures emerged.
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March 17, 2018, 09:38:26 PM

Oh, come on! Cardano? What the hell is that shit?

Just look at that beautiful, textbook perfect pump and dump chart.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/cardano/#charts

Did you fall for it?  Grin
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March 17, 2018, 09:38:49 PM

By the end of this bearish episode, all the alts will look so goddam cheap it'll be tempting even for some hardcore bitcoiners to toy with them.
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March 17, 2018, 09:40:44 PM

By the end of this bearish episode, all the alts will look so goddam cheap it'll be tempting even for some hardcore bitcoiners to toy with them.

I watched Litecoin go from a $48 pump to a $1.30 dump two years later.

No one's shitcoin is safe from total wipeout. Not even remotely close.
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March 17, 2018, 09:41:31 PM

Oh, come on! Cardano? What the hell is that shit?

Just look at that beautiful, textbook perfect pump and dump chart.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/cardano/#charts

Did you fall for it?  Grin

Perfect indeed. Reminds me a lot to IOTA: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/iota/

A friend of mine fall on the IOTA shit. He didn't listen. He is still bagholding.
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March 17, 2018, 09:42:50 PM

I think Bob has sold his account to pay for his due taxes. Can't blame him, that's always better than getting rid of some BTC.


Bob could be BTC flustlated, and desperately accepting the temptations of the altcoin savior propagandistas.

My sources say that he is looking more like James Brown these days, which may not be a good look for him.


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March 17, 2018, 09:46:20 PM

In other news.....Ethereum is being smashed downwards mercilessly today.
Actually Ethereum is one of the more stable Altcoins at the moment.
Only down by 2% in relation to BTC.

Cardano is looking cheap enough that I'm almost... ALMOST... thinking of saying "meh, why not..."

EDIT: Not gonna do it tho, for... reasons.

Yeah you "could" invest in Altcoins at the moment because their pump will come sooner or later.

But I lost several times doing this so I am out and just leave everything in BTC (ok, and BCH because I never sold it)
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March 17, 2018, 09:51:51 PM

I scalped ~2% out of Cardano last time it dumped.   It was a close cut thing and I won’t do it again.  

These shitcoins are going on a one way trip and it’s not worth playing the bounces.  
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This is one of my favorite altcoin fails. From $27K to $27M and all the way back down.
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This is one of my favorite altcoin fails. From $27K to $27M and all the way back down.

Awesome - that was off my radar - can see a few others going that way too
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Oh, come on! Cardano? What the hell is that shit?

Just look at that beautiful, textbook perfect pump and dump chart.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/cardano/#charts

Did you fall for it?  Grin

Perfect indeed. Reminds me a lot to IOTA: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/iota/

A friend of mine fall on the IOTA shit. He didn't listen. He is still bagholding.

I reckon most bitcoiners baghold a pet shitcoin or 2 for shitz n giggles.
Though most probably won't admit to it in this thread.
(well I won't anyway... and besides it's OT, though that hasn't really been an issue lately.)
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