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Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 26400681 times)
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May 04, 2013, 11:33:05 AM
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And I don't see Michael or the others folks with dozens of thousands babbling about their "influence" in the BTC world like you do.

What exactly is wrong with you?? I never said I am something great. I am a messenger. That I said in the beginning and it still holds. I am one supernode, likely among the 400 bitcoin richest people in the world. I know personally several people who are above me. Some of them fellowship with me, give me guidance, then I spend my time writing about these things. You probably don't even have as much as I do, so you should listen to me. I have nothing to learn from you (at least what you have written, either you are mistaken, or I already know it - try harder).

This Michael I don't know, but probably he is chatting with the people who control me. Or maybe not. People are not that important, the technology is important, and the concepts are important. Read my diary, it is the best explanation of what is happening in the Bitcoin universe right now. If you don't believe, you just point me to the springs of knowledge. Otherwise, please stop. Others want to learn. Thank you.
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May 04, 2013, 11:33:46 AM
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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.


He did achieve the shutting up/disappearance of said noobtroll though, for which I applaud him. Other than that I think that was pretty stupid  Grin he did mention though that he was drunk at that time. People on drugs do weird things.
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May 04, 2013, 11:40:10 AM
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And I don't see Michael or the others folks with dozens of thousands babbling about their "influence" in the BTC world like you do.

What exactly is wrong with you?? I never said I am something great. I am a messenger. That I said in the beginning and it still holds. I am one supernode, likely among the 400 bitcoin richest people in the world.


Ok, I'm a bit over this.   Either prove it (sign a message with an address holding most of your coins), or shut up about it.
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May 04, 2013, 11:41:39 AM
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And I don't see Michael or the others folks with dozens of thousands babbling about their "influence" in the BTC world like you do.

What exactly is wrong with you?? I never said I am something great. I am a messenger. That I said in the beginning and it still holds. I am one supernode, likely among the 400 bitcoin richest people in the world. I know personally several people who are above me. Some of them fellowship with me, give me guidance, then I spend my time writing about these things. You probably don't even have as much as I do, so you should listen to me. I have nothing to learn from you (at least what you have written, either you are mistaken, or I already know it - try harder).

This Michael I don't know, but probably he is chatting with the people who control me. Or maybe not. People are not that important, the technology is important, and the concepts are important. Read my diary, it is the best explanation of what is happening in the Bitcoin universe right now. If you don't believe, you just point me to the springs of knowledge. Otherwise, please stop. Others want to learn. Thank you.

Don't let them get to you man, they are mostly kids.  I have read your Diary and thinks its great, thanks man.
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May 04, 2013, 11:42:12 AM
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yeah put your dicks on the table you big boys!

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May 04, 2013, 11:43:15 AM
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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?

According to my classification of supernodes, roughly the following amounts of bitcoins, coupled with the actual abilities to use them profitably, entitle you to the supernode status:

0.0th class supernode = BTC1M
0.5th class supernode = BTC100,000
1.0st class supernode = BTC10,000
1.5th class supernode = BTC3,000
2.0nd class supernode = BTC1,000
2.5th class supernode = BTC300
3.0th class supernode = BTC100

Yes, I also think it is ridiculously cheap to be a supernode. But don't worry, it will become more expensive when the time is ripe. As I have been trying to say, in my view Bitcoin is insanely undervalued Wink
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May 04, 2013, 11:47:39 AM
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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?

According to my classification of supernodes, roughly the following amounts of bitcoins, coupled with the actual abilities to use them profitably, entitle you to the supernode status:

0.0th class supernode = BTC1M
0.5th class supernode = BTC100,000
1.0st class supernode = BTC10,000
1.5th class supernode = BTC3,000
2.0nd class supernode = BTC1,000
2.5th class supernode = BTC300
3.0th class supernode = BTC100

Yes, I also think it is ridiculously cheap to be a supernode. But don't worry, it will become more expensive when the time is ripe. As I have been trying to say, in my view Bitcoin is insanely undervalued Wink

Woohoo I am a supernode! (means nothing)
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May 04, 2013, 11:50:53 AM
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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.

I think I was technically wrong on that prediction. But what I do (and think it is sensible for you to do also) is to only trade when you are right with a great degree of confidence.

I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price, since with a high degree of confidence, they will be worth much more after 6-12 months. Somebody else may take more risks to gain more shorter term, and I am fine with that. I am very risk averse, and my 10-yr APR is 41% (in liquid terms only, not including paper valuations of illiquid companies that I own many). Most of the time I am wrong (as we all are), but when I do hold the nuts (like I do with bitcoin), you don't want to be the counterparty  Cool
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May 04, 2013, 11:58:25 AM
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"Wall Observer - MtGoxUSD wall movement tracker - Hardcore"  . . .
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May 04, 2013, 12:02:05 PM
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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?

According to my classification of supernodes, roughly the following amounts of bitcoins, coupled with the actual abilities to use them profitably, entitle you to the supernode status:

0.0th class supernode = BTC1M
0.5th class supernode = BTC100,000
1.0st class supernode = BTC10,000
1.5th class supernode = BTC3,000
2.0nd class supernode = BTC1,000
2.5th class supernode = BTC300
3.0th class supernode = BTC100

Yes, I also think it is ridiculously cheap to be a supernode. But don't worry, it will become more expensive when the time is ripe. As I have been trying to say, in my view Bitcoin is insanely undervalued Wink

Even in these MLM-like NLP-based games Vladimir was better.
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May 04, 2013, 12:04:56 PM
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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.
"[...]I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price [...]"
Forgive me if the question is absurd, but you've mentioned you were "all in" when the price was somewhere in the 130s.  Is there an alternate meaning to "all in" on this forum, and it's possible to continue buying while being "all in" Huh
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May 04, 2013, 12:06:39 PM
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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.
"[...]I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price [...]"
Forgive me if the question is absurd, but you've mentioned you were "all in" when the price was somewhere in the 130s.  Is there an alternate meaning to "all in" on this forum, and it's possible to continue buying while being "all in" Huh


He bought all the bitcoins, of course.
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May 04, 2013, 12:07:33 PM
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new name for thread:

rpietila movement tracker
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May 04, 2013, 12:08:47 PM
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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.
"[...]I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price [...]"
Forgive me if the question is absurd, but you've mentioned you were "all in" when the price was somewhere in the 130s.  Is there an alternate meaning to "all in" on this forum, and it's possible to continue buying while being "all in" Huh


He said he have UNLIMITED money, so why the hell he buy bitcoins ? to have UNLIMITED money x10 ? Cheesy
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May 04, 2013, 12:10:03 PM
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Things are looking better. Viewing Clarkmoody's Market Depth the overall sells are decreasing and the value of the $300 sales rising. The overall volume numbers on the buy and sell side are promising again. (Bids are rising at $70 and sells are dropping at $300. I am following the bicoinchannel.com's "method" of looking into market depth and thus far has been an EXCELLENT indicator, at least short term.
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May 04, 2013, 12:17:43 PM
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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.
"[...]I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price [...]"
Forgive me if the question is absurd, but you've mentioned you were "all in" when the price was somewhere in the 130s.  Is there an alternate meaning to "all in" on this forum, and it's possible to continue buying while being "all in" Huh

One possible way is to generate a fiat cash flow. Exchanging it for bitcoins, in a way is going "more all in".

I explained this somewhere but whatever.. I am not all in, in the sense that I still own considerable other wealth such as 10,000oz of silver that is currently for sale in return of bitcoins. If you want to point my inconsistencies, you should first read and understand me. (Many people think they can point inconsistencies in the Bible, whereas in reality they don't even understand the whole thing, in most cases they haven't even read it. Disclaimer: I am not the Bible, or Jesus, or Satoshi. Just a messenger.)
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May 04, 2013, 12:18:15 PM
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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.
"[...]I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price [...]"
Forgive me if the question is absurd, but you've mentioned you were "all in" when the price was somewhere in the 130s.  Is there an alternate meaning to "all in" on this forum, and it's possible to continue buying while being "all in" Huh


He said he have UNLIMITED money, so why the hell he buy bitcoins ? to have UNLIMITED money x10 ? Cheesy
Oh noes!  What happens when two Class A1 Supernodes with ∞ $ collide on Mt. Gox?  Divide by zero? Shocked
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May 04, 2013, 12:22:09 PM
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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.
"[...]I am currently buying bitcoins, not much care about the price [...]"
Forgive me if the question is absurd, but you've mentioned you were "all in" when the price was somewhere in the 130s.  Is there an alternate meaning to "all in" on this forum, and it's possible to continue buying while being "all in" Huh

One possible way is to generate a fiat cash flow. Exchanging it for bitcoins, in a way is going "more all in".

I explained this somewhere but whatever.. I am not all in, in the sense that I still own considerable other wealth such as 10,000oz of silver that is currently for sale in return of bitcoins. If you want to point my inconsistencies, you should first read and understand me. (Many people think they can point inconsistencies in the Bible, whereas in reality they don't even understand the whole thing, in most cases they haven't even read it. Disclaimer: I am not the Bible, or Jesus, or Satoshi. Just a messenger.)
I'm beginning to understand, John.  You'll give me a heads-up when Salome starts dealing in Bitcoin?
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May 04, 2013, 12:24:00 PM
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And I don't see Michael or the others folks with dozens of thousands babbling about their "influence" in the BTC world like you do.

You probably don't even have as much as I do, so you should listen to me. I have nothing to learn from you...


Just because you might have a lot of bitcoins does not mean you know anything. You have been wrong time and again. Some of your posts just sound delusional. The sentence I quoted suggests you are too arrogant.

Either you are trying to get the community to dislike you, or, you have dick problems.

Now, I don't care what you own or how much you own or any of it. What I care about is the price movement of bitcoins. So, can we stick to it?
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May 04, 2013, 12:28:32 PM
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Guys I know that weekends are boring but this is the wall observer thread.
A bit OT is OK but pages over pages of a different topic are not.
Would you mind flirting somewhere else?

Thanks
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