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May 04, 2013, 03:47:52 PM
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There are some stubborn bulls out there. The market has absorbed a crazy amount of coins the last 5 days. Once this is finally over going to be an epic rally.
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May 04, 2013, 03:49:08 PM
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Seems like we are already back to reality. 107 and falling  Huh

See that 3k ask wall at $111? That's to make sure it doesn't bounce back. That's from a person(s) who have spent a lot of coins pushing the price down and they haven't bought back in yet. So they're not going to let the price rally until they do buy back in. From my rough calculations, they need to price to at least get to $65. They've sold a ton of coins sub $100 and if they turn around and just start buying right now it's unlikely they'd break even at best.

When you stop seeing that obvious consolidation after dumps, and of course stop seeing coin dumps into every rally, then you know we're headed back up. Until then, it's just mini rallies that will be dealt with swiftly, punishment turns out to be like 5k coins dumped all once.  Wink

I doubt your statement is true.
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May 04, 2013, 03:49:34 PM
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1719.38   a few seconds ago   111.30


wow wow wow


bam
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May 04, 2013, 03:49:46 PM
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Fun to watch a manipulation wall get destroyed.  Grin

it's removed, not destroyed
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May 04, 2013, 03:50:42 PM
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3000 btc ask wall @ ~111 partially eaten, then pulled I think. Gone now, anyway Smiley
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May 04, 2013, 03:50:58 PM
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Fun to watch a manipulation wall get destroyed.  Grin

it's removed, not destroyed

No it was eaten at 111.30. 200btc remained out of the original wall.
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May 04, 2013, 03:52:13 PM
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Fun to watch a manipulation wall get destroyed.  Grin

it's removed, not destroyed

No it was eaten at 111.30. 200btc remained out of the original wall.

I've seen only few coins eaten from it on moody and bitcoinity unless I missed something.
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May 04, 2013, 03:55:41 PM
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Fun to watch a manipulation wall get destroyed.  Grin

it's removed, not destroyed

No it was eaten at 111.30. 200btc remained out of the original wall.

I've seen only few coins eaten from it on moody and bitcoinity unless I missed something.
Must have just missed it.  Smiley
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May 04, 2013, 04:00:11 PM
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Fun to watch a manipulation wall get destroyed.  Grin

it's removed, not destroyed

No it was eaten at 111.30. 200btc remained out of the original wall.

I've seen only few coins eaten from it on moody and bitcoinity unless I missed something.
Must have just missed it.  Smiley

Might be, I'm watching some football, didn't have eyes on it.
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May 04, 2013, 04:02:15 PM
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I think the walls permit bitcoin to rise to $119 in a bold move. Afterwards I go to sleep and not post, and the general bullishness erodes, and the bears push the price back to $106. We will not see 100 ever again.

Damn, I was almost there!  Angry If rontus had been working (fortunately he only works about 50 hours of 168 per week, and generally not on Saturdays, and even of his working time, I only give him authority to sell short about 30% of the time, so this is purely of theoretical interest now) he would certainly have smelled the trend change and managed to sell about BTC430 at an average price of $113.2. Then I would have told him to buy back at $103 (he is better in selling but my buyback levels are more spot on).

The 42,500mBTC profit would have enabled our lifestyle for several days...

Well, from your "category list" it seems we are all supernodes... Cool!

Indeed we are. There are only so many bitcoins in the world, and a lowest class supernode is not a U.S. Administration of 100,000 skilled professionals, but an ordinary bloke who bought in any time before March 2013, and has some spare time, and knowledge of English, maths and history. Of course when we go up the ladder, there will be many rpietilas, and in the higher level Goat, MP and Winklewii.

Read the "supernode OP" for more info and comment where appropriate!

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Anyhow, as I said earlier everything look very fishy - I see two options: a) you are delusional and not-very-smart folk who made some money in the wild Bitcoin ride we had lately (not so difficult, we went x10 in just a few months) and now you are riding your very own ego trip, or b) you are preparing a big scam flooding the community with your "i am so wealthy" thing

Why is it so offensive that I live in a classy hotel? The highest burn rate of $200k per month was last week, now I spend at about $50k per month. If I go home and eat noodles, my expenses still run at about $20-30k minimum, since I have staff. Most of the businessmen do, in the real world. Generally their expenses are much higher than mine. I am actually very stingy, compared to most of my friends.

If you think this is excessive for what I manage to accomplish, how about complaining about how your very own tax money is spent in Afghanistan with far less positive effect? I would say the difference is about 4 orders of magnitude, in other words 10,000 times more money totally wasted!

With a rather conservative price prediction for the following 3 months, I estimate a 100% per month increase, which would mean that per every BTC100, you make about $10k first month. A 3rd class supernode can quit eating noodles and start to live. A 2nd class supernode of BTC1,000 can do what I do, and I just await that the real big guys start to benefit the mankind with their stashes.

This is the reason I spend - to show that even a medium BTC-holder can do this! No reason to hate, rather you live up to your own standard, and I live up to mine. If you have at least BTC1,000 as I assume every 2012 or before has (unless he proves otherwise), you can do the same as I do, with ease. Why should I do all the work?? Every city needs at least one supernode, and I am here to help these becoming reality. It is one of the workshops in the summit.

Besides there is no "flooding of community". I post my theoretical observations to my own thread. Then I post my price predictions here, and every time I do, some April 14th troll speaks negatively of me. Then I correct the misunderstanding. In no way I am here to cause disturbance - the instant the OP wants me to go, I go - but we all know that actually a 3-month quarantine for all newbies is the real answer to the problem, pointing me is easy but not too smart.

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BTW: what about an escrowed bet, so you can put your money where your mouth is? Willing to bet that we will be at $300k/BTC by the end of the year, as you predicted? I'm sure al lot of users in these forums would be willing to join this bet. It's a nice way of hedging - if we win you give us your money, if you win we are all rich anyway, you included, so why not? Cheesy

How about the following:
- You escrow 100 bitcoins for my 1
- You write a 2013 $100,000 call option to your bitcoins, so that I can buy them from you anytime, by just sending you $10 million U.S. Dollars
- If I do not redeem your bitcoins before 31. December 2013, you get my 1 bitcoin as I lose the bet

This way everybody profits. Even if you lose, you get $10 million, and the rest of your bitcoins are worth even more. If I lose, I only lose 1 bitcoin, and I still have a lot (and they were not that valuable anyway..Sad )

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May 04, 2013, 04:03:14 PM
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Fun to watch a manipulation wall get destroyed.  Grin

it's removed, not destroyed

No it was eaten at 111.30. 200btc remained out of the original wall.

I've seen only few coins eaten from it on moody and bitcoinity unless I missed something.

It was mostly eaten. The

1719.38   a few seconds ago   111.30

was accurate. There's some bulls who just aren't in the mood for someone to mess with the market. If you're trying to push the market down you have to be wondering what you have to do to keep it down. Crash to 71, and it's suddenly a great time to buy. A lot of the weak hands really have gone to more stable investors. There's just so little panic in this market. People taking 30% drops in stride and using it to buy back in. Pretty crazy.
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May 04, 2013, 04:05:32 PM
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@Chartbuddy - I really like your charts. One question though, could you present opposing sides so we can get a better view of the bid side as it happened as well?  Basically show the current view and a 90 degree rotated one.

Well, I see your point but I also don't want to spam the board with large charts. I'll play with things a little when I get the chance.
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Damn, I was almost there!  Angry If rontus had been working (fortunately he only works about 50 hours of 168 per week, and generally not on Saturdays, and even of his working time, I only give him authority to sell short about 30% of the time, so this is purely of theoretical interest now) he would certainly have smelled the trend change and managed to sell about BTC430 at an average price of $113.2. Then I would have told him to buy back at $103 (he is better in selling but my buyback levels are more spot on).

Agree, you'r buying instinct is state of the art. Those 700 bought at 134 day before 40% crash is the move of the Master tactician  Grin
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Damn, I was almost there!  Angry If rontus had been working (fortunately he only works about 50 hours of 168 per week, and generally not on Saturdays, and even of his working time, I only give him authority to sell short about 30% of the time, so this is purely of theoretical interest now) he would certainly have smelled the trend change and managed to sell about BTC430 at an average price of $113.2. Then I would have told him to buy back at $103 (he is better in selling but my buyback levels are more spot on).

Agree, you'r buying instinct is state of the art. Those 700 bought at 134 day before 40% crash is the move of the Master tactician  Grin

jupp ... "more spot on"  Cheesy
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May 04, 2013, 04:10:55 PM
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Agree, you'r buying instinct is state of the art. Those 700 bought at 134 day before 40% crash is the move of the Master tactician  Grin

It was irresistible, goat sold to me at 3% discount to Gox!!  Embarrassed
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May 04, 2013, 04:11:02 PM
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1719.38   a few seconds ago   111.30


wow wow wow


bam

did not see this post?   most of the wall was eaten....  

EDIT: okay maybe you dont know what it means.

1719 was eaten in just one go... there were other goes as well...


I saw it yes, big move. Hence the "bam" Smiley
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May 04, 2013, 04:11:06 PM
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@Chartbuddy - I really like your charts. One question though, could you present opposing sides so we can get a better view of the bid side as it happened as well?  Basically show the current view and a 90 degree rotated one.

and weren't you gonna add a vertical axis too?

also - if you could make a navigable version of this, moving forward and back through time and rotating the view as i like, i, and i suspect others, would be willing to pay for it. i can see it now, moving across my screen in time, freely rotating, while next to it the more traditional charting software (i've got sierra chart running already.)

Hey, I fixed UTC times and added a few world times. Vertical axis will be up next.

Navigable version would not be especially difficult but I'm not sure which platform to use. Java would make it browser viewable (though not on this site) but Java in the browser is not so recommended anymore.
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May 04, 2013, 04:12:22 PM
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*snip*

Navigable version would not be especially difficult but I'm not sure which platform to use. Java would make it browser viewable (though not on this site) but Java in the browser is not so recommended anymore.

hmm. good point. no worthy advice for this, from me. Sad
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May 04, 2013, 04:14:18 PM
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Agree, you'r buying instinct is state of the art. Those 700 bought at 134 day before 40% crash is the move of the Master tactician  Grin

It was irresistible, goat sold to me at 3% discount to Gox!!  Embarrassed

Goat doesn't live in the Alice's Wonderland though  Grin
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May 04, 2013, 04:15:48 PM
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@Chartbuddy - I really like your charts. One question though, could you present opposing sides so we can get a better view of the bid side as it happened as well?  Basically show the current view and a 90 degree rotated one.

and weren't you gonna add a vertical axis too?

also - if you could make a navigable version of this, moving forward and back through time and rotating the view as i like, i, and i suspect others, would be willing to pay for it. i can see it now, moving across my screen in time, freely rotating, while next to it the more traditional charting software (i've got sierra chart running already.)

Hey, I fixed UTC times and added a few world times. Vertical axis will be up next.

Navigable version would not be especially difficult but I'm not sure which platform to use. Java would make it browser viewable (though not on this site) but Java in the browser is not so recommended anymore.

I wouldn't worry about taking up space with charts as that is what this thread is about contrary to what actually happens in here.  Glances at adam.............. Wink
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