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May 04, 2013, 10:07:32 AM
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China to the rescue... in my opinion cctv story is a big deal.. btc search volume is exploding there... http://index.baidu.com/main/word.php?word=%B1%C8%CC%D8%B1%D2

That Baidu search volume has data from 2008, which is impossible for Bitcoin. So the "exploding" part is meaningless.
Isn't there a better search term in Chinese which actually means "Bitcoin"?

Only 40% of Chinese families have a fridge. Under 10% own a car. 1000 searches by people in China adds up to one American 12 year old boy googling Bitcoin. About the same buying power. If China is going to save Bitcoin, just shut it down now we're screwed.  Wink
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May 04, 2013, 10:08:53 AM
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Do you believe the things you write?

Willing to bet that we won't be nowhere near to 300k/BTC by Christmas 2013?

Seconded. Lets get some escrowed bets going, rpietila.
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May 04, 2013, 10:09:36 AM
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China to the rescue... in my opinion cctv story is a big deal.. btc search volume is exploding there... http://index.baidu.com/main/word.php?word=%B1%C8%CC%D8%B1%D2

That Baidu search volume has data from 2008, which is impossible for Bitcoin. So the "exploding" part is meaningless.
Isn't there a better search term in Chinese which actually means "Bitcoin"?

Only 40% of Chinese families have a fridge. Under 10% own a car. 1000 searches by people in China adds up to one American 12 year old boy googling Bitcoin. About the same buying power. If China is going to save Bitcoin, just shut it down now we're screwed.  Wink

China has had a HUGE impact on the price of gold, and the American Dollar.  If they are considering holding BitCoin by the government that would be enormous.  If it is Chinese Phishermen, not as big, but still big.
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May 04, 2013, 10:12:06 AM
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China to the rescue... in my opinion cctv story is a big deal.. btc search volume is exploding there... http://index.baidu.com/main/word.php?word=%B1%C8%CC%D8%B1%D2

That Baidu search volume has data from 2008, which is impossible for Bitcoin. So the "exploding" part is meaningless.
Isn't there a better search term in Chinese which actually means "Bitcoin"?
I don't see any volume in 2008... the earliest hit is in July 2011.
(Disclaimer - I only looked at the main chart and I can't read Chinese)
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May 04, 2013, 10:12:27 AM
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China to the rescue... in my opinion cctv story is a big deal.. btc search volume is exploding there... http://index.baidu.com/main/word.php?word=%B1%C8%CC%D8%B1%D2

That Baidu search volume has data from 2008, which is impossible for Bitcoin. So the "exploding" part is meaningless.
Isn't there a better search term in Chinese which actually means "Bitcoin"?

Only 40% of Chinese families have a fridge. Under 10% own a car. 1000 searches by people in China adds up to one American 12 year old boy googling Bitcoin. About the same buying power. If China is going to save Bitcoin, just shut it down now we're screwed.  Wink

China has had a HUGE impact on the price of gold, and the American Dollar.  If they are considering holding BitCoin by the government that would be enormous.  If it is Chinese Phishermen, not as big, but still big.

If you think the Chinese Govt is going to embrace and buy a currency they can't control, you're drunk. They already crippled one digital currency. They don't even let people search the internet. They're the last Govt who will let people own an untraceable mostly anonymous currency. Come on. You really think the Chinese Govt is going to buy up Bitcoins? Stop drinking, get to bed.

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May 04, 2013, 10:15:52 AM
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China to the rescue... in my opinion cctv story is a big deal.. btc search volume is exploding there... http://index.baidu.com/main/word.php?word=%B1%C8%CC%D8%B1%D2

That Baidu search volume has data from 2008, which is impossible for Bitcoin. So the "exploding" part is meaningless.
Isn't there a better search term in Chinese which actually means "Bitcoin"?

Only 40% of Chinese families have a fridge. Under 10% own a car. 1000 searches by people in China adds up to one American 12 year old boy googling Bitcoin. About the same buying power. If China is going to save Bitcoin, just shut it down now we're screwed.  Wink

China has had a HUGE impact on the price of gold, and the American Dollar.  If they are considering holding BitCoin by the government that would be enormous.  If it is Chinese Phishermen, not as big, but still big.

If you think the Chinese Govt is going to embrace and buy a currency they can't control, you're drunk. They already crippled one digital currency. They don't even let people search the internet. They're the last Govt who will let people own an untraceable mostly anonymous currency. Come on. You really think the Chinese Govt is going to buy up Bitcoins? Stop drinking, get to bed.



They can't control the dollar and they bought the shit out of it.  They can't control the price of gold either.  The government buying it and the government allowing the people to buy it are two very different things.
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May 04, 2013, 10:20:06 AM
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China has had a HUGE impact on the price of gold, and the American Dollar.  If they are considering holding BitCoin by the government that would be enormous.  If it is Chinese Phishermen, not as big, but still big.
Seconded.

Also, while the average Chinese is not very rich, there are lots of insanely righ people in China.

Culture wise, the various Chinese people I know seem to like cash, savings, don't trust the govt, and love gambling.
The government puts severe restrictions on the money flow in and out of China.
Bitcoin is perfect for them.

That being said, we better raise the block size because the blockchain is about to make make SatoshiDice background noise.
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May 04, 2013, 10:21:23 AM
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Not sure the things to learn are actually learnable, in this case.
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May 04, 2013, 10:22:36 AM
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He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


wasnt he supposed to send you 100K$?
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May 04, 2013, 10:23:26 AM
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China to the rescue... in my opinion cctv story is a big deal.. btc search volume is exploding there... http://index.baidu.com/main/word.php?word=%B1%C8%CC%D8%B1%D2

That Baidu search volume has data from 2008, which is impossible for Bitcoin. So the "exploding" part is meaningless.
Isn't there a better search term in Chinese which actually means "Bitcoin"?

Only 40% of Chinese families have a fridge. Under 10% own a car. 1000 searches by people in China adds up to one American 12 year old boy googling Bitcoin. About the same buying power. If China is going to save Bitcoin, just shut it down now we're screwed.  Wink

China has had a HUGE impact on the price of gold, and the American Dollar.  If they are considering holding BitCoin by the government that would be enormous.  If it is Chinese Phishermen, not as big, but still big.

If you think the Chinese Govt is going to embrace and buy a currency they can't control, you're drunk. They already crippled one digital currency. They don't even let people search the internet. They're the last Govt who will let people own an untraceable mostly anonymous currency. Come on. You really think the Chinese Govt is going to buy up Bitcoins? Stop drinking, get to bed.



They can't control the dollar and they bought the shit out of it.  They can't control the price of gold either.  The government buying it and the government allowing the people to buy it are two very different things.

Sweet jesus. They're not going to buy Bitcoins, ever, never, ever never. Ever. Never. Ever never. Never. Let's move on.
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May 04, 2013, 10:29:17 AM
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You guys need to keep in mind that rpietila is the same guy who didn't know how to prove he had bitcoins other than sending them to some random noob troll and then asking for it back. LOL

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haha seriously? quote?

Seriously. He sent 13BTC to a noob to prove he has lots of them and doesn't care but suddenly he went really mad and asked them back like 10 times before acknowledging the noob just said bye bye - which was obvious.

Human mind is a mystery indeed.


Sheesh 13 BTC proves nothing, i say if he really has that much money, send me 1000 BTC and i will believe. Since im German, you can trust me and i will send the BTC back for sure. What do you say ?  Grin

He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


Im sure about the powder, allthough it might be white Cheesy but yeah 1000 BTC to my wallet or it didnt happen. Who wouldnt trust a doctor Cheesy
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May 04, 2013, 10:37:26 AM
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He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


Sure?



Btw, this is the last day when we see $95 EVER, you can quote me on that.  Cool
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May 04, 2013, 10:42:34 AM
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He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


Sure?



Btw, this is the last day when we see $95 EVER, you can quote me on that.  Cool

You guys should show him a little more respect, he is a supernode after all.
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He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


Sure?



Btw, this is the last day when we see $95 EVER, you can quote me on that.  Cool

You guys should show him a little more respect, he is a supernode after all.

also, often people seem to be taking his jokes as serious.
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also, often people seem to be taking his jokes as serious.

I really cannot distinguish between jokes and serious in his talk. But then again, maybe its all just a joke.
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May 04, 2013, 11:01:01 AM
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105 wall growing

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May 04, 2013, 11:11:45 AM
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We will do it in public next week so you all can see.

Something about this ^ statement bothers me.  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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May 04, 2013, 11:19:24 AM
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You guys need to keep in mind that rpietila is the same guy who didn't know how to prove he had bitcoins other than sending them to some random noob troll and then asking for it back. LOL

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haha seriously? quote?

Seriously. He sent 13BTC to a noob to prove he has lots of them and doesn't care but suddenly he went really mad and asked them back like 10 times before acknowledging the noob just said bye bye - which was obvious.

Human mind is a mystery indeed.


Sheesh 13 BTC proves nothing, i say if he really has that much money, send me 1000 BTC and i will believe. Since im German, you can trust me and i will send the BTC back for sure. What do you say ?  Grin

He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


With all due respect Goat, $92K mean shit. I can also buy $92K in BTC from you, or make it $130K if you wish, but that does not mean I'm a "bitcoin supernode", one of the wealthiest traders in the BTC universe, a market player with a deep influence and manipulation power.... This is the discourse of our friend the bald lizard-man, and it's all BS. When he demonstrates that he can move dozens of thousands of BTC and MILLIONS of $... Well, then maybe his "I'm a supernode" discourse may have some sense. Now, it's just delusion of grandeur. Man, you don't need to be a supernode to buy $100K of something.

And, last but not least, the fact that the guy sends money to a noob and then cries to have it back, and that he sends you money without escrow, to then say nervously that if you scam him you won't be "unpunished"... It's like a joke. He could be preparing a big scam, for what I know.

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May 04, 2013, 11:22:58 AM
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He did send me 2.65 Million Baht (about 92,000 USD)

He is new here and has some things to learn about our culture but clearly he has powder.

Edit: He is also super bullish on the price, but he is not wrong "yet". Time will tell.


Sure?



Btw, this is the last day when we see $95 EVER, you can quote me on that.  Cool

You guys should show him a little more respect, he is a supernode after all.

Yeah, a supernode with a few hundred thousands $ + a few thousands BTC. Man, it's cheap to be a "supernode" in the BTC world! So what's Loaded or KnightMB... Or Gavin BTW?

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With all due respect Goat, $92K mean shit. I can also buy $92K in BTC from you, or make it $130K if you wish, but that does not mean I'm a "bitcoin supernode", one of the wealthiest traders in the BTC universe, a market player with a deep influence and manipulation power.... This is the discourse of our friend the bald lizard-man, and it's all BS. When he demonstrates that he can move dozens of thousands of BTC and MILLIONS of $... Well, then maybe his "I'm a supernode" discourse may have some sense. Now, it's just delusion of grandeur. Man, you don't need to be a supernode to buy $100K of something.

And, last but not least, the fact that the guy sends money to a noob and then cries to have it back, and that he sends you money without escrow, to then say nervously that if you scam him you won't be "unpunished"... It's like a joke. He could be preparing a big scam, for what I know.


He send $92 k to some guy in Thailand* without a very easy way get the money back (so very open to being scammed). He's either quite wealthy, quite stupid, or both. Since he seems quite eloquant in his wording and also seems to be able to structure a logical argumentation consistently I'm definitely not ruling out the quite wealthy option Smiley

*No offense Goat, but I wouldn't send $92k to someone I have never met without escrow.

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