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May 05, 2013, 03:33:58 AM
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 I suspect rpietila could be Mads Brügger.
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Mads Brügger (1972) is a Danish journalist, TV-host, author and filmmaker. He has written several books, worked for magazines and newspapers, produced award winning radio programmes and hosted the critically acclaimed late night TV-programme The 11th hour as well as the daily news/debate programme Deadline. Furthermore, he has created satirical docu-series as Danes for Bush (2004) and the feature-length documentary, The Red Chapel (winner at Nordisk Panorama 2009 & Sundance 2010). Brügger is reknown for his distinctive methods of “performative journalism” as he infiltrates various milieus."



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Goat be careful if he wants to film you transfering the BTC's in public.



 
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May 05, 2013, 03:40:16 AM
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quadratic > exponential

I don't think that's true either Sad
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May 05, 2013, 03:44:00 AM
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montreal meetup was fucking AWESOME! not too many people, but tons of fun!



buy tons of bitcoin  Wink

There was a Montréal meetup?!  Shocked
Nobody told meeeee!
theirs a thread in meetups.
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May 05, 2013, 03:48:17 AM
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montreal meetup was fucking AWESOME! not too many people, but tons of fun!



buy tons of bitcoin  Wink

There was a Montréal meetup?!  Shocked
Nobody told meeeee!
theirs a thread in meetups.
I know, and I know that there are meetups in cities all over the world. I just don't live close enough to one that I can get there on my pitiful income and I don't have the organization skills to organize one in the city I live in.
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May 05, 2013, 04:00:37 AM
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$117 with many big buys. its 10AM sunday in hong kong. are we sure this action is from the CCTV news piece?

News will backfire. Btcchina sucks, it's a small exchange for pocket change. Withdraw from there is limited to 10 BTC per day.


I have some news that should improve on that, hopefully coming this week...
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May 05, 2013, 04:01:58 AM
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To me, the shallowness of the slope on the "bid" side tells me that the market is headed downward soon. As bitcoins are bought and sold regularly, the fact that the "ask" side is so much higher than the "bid" side means that it is going to take more trading to move is up. The gap will always close, and more than likely both sides will move equally, basically, so the price will move down... Is my thinking generally correct?

TL;DR- Am I correct in thinking that if the slope of the ask side is > bid side then the market is generally headed downward and vice versa?
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May 05, 2013, 04:03:17 AM
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I suspect rpietila could be Mads Brügger.
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Mads Brügger (1972) is a Danish journalist, TV-host, author and filmmaker. He has written several books, worked for magazines and newspapers, produced award winning radio programmes and hosted the critically acclaimed late night TV-programme The 11th hour as well as the daily news/debate programme Deadline. Furthermore, he has created satirical docu-series as Danes for Bush (2004) and the feature-length documentary, The Red Chapel (winner at Nordisk Panorama 2009 & Sundance 2010). Brügger is reknown for his distinctive methods of “performative journalism” as he infiltrates various milieus."

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That's quite the resemblance, isn't it?
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May 05, 2013, 04:08:47 AM
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montreal meetup was fucking AWESOME! not too many people, but tons of fun!



buy tons of bitcoin  Wink
.....Hey,how is the taxman treating you guys,lol?
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May 05, 2013, 04:12:56 AM
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Is it just me or does the wall at $120 seem is way too small to not get trivially chomped by whomever kicked the price up to where it is now?
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May 05, 2013, 04:23:25 AM
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I suspect rpietila could be Mads Brügger.
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Mads Brügger (1972) is a Danish journalist, TV-host, author and filmmaker. He has written several books, worked for magazines and newspapers, produced award winning radio programmes and hosted the critically acclaimed late night TV-programme The 11th hour as well as the daily news/debate programme Deadline. Furthermore, he has created satirical docu-series as Danes for Bush (2004) and the feature-length documentary, The Red Chapel (winner at Nordisk Panorama 2009 & Sundance 2010). Brügger is reknown for his distinctive methods of “performative journalism” as he infiltrates various milieus."

Goat be careful if he wants to film you transfering the BTC's in public.



if there was a btc movie, that would be pretty awesome for btc.


Funny coincidence, saw both of his movies (Red Chapel, Ambassador) last month.
There is some simliarity to the photo.
But I don't know if a movie by Mads Brügge about Bitcoin would be that awesome.
In Ambassador he has proven that you can get diplomatic status and smuggle blood diamonds out of an african country if you have enough cash and pretentious appearance.
In Red Chapel he pretended to be a communist theater director from denmark and went with two southkoreans (one of them handicapped) to NorthKorea to enact a play. (really interesting insight and social stuy of northkorea)

His satirical approach in his documentaries would defintively do more damage to the adaptation of bitcoin. Kinda like artmarket unmasking "exit through the giftshop" mockumentary by london streetartist banksy or performances by the Yes Men.

I'm sure it's not that difficult to find a lot of people in bitcoin community to do a satirical mockumentary thinking of some comments on the forum Smiley
Otherwise Mads Brügge seemed to me to be a higly intelligent person that would get the idea behind bitcoin after doing some research, so perhaps he would show both sides of the coin.

But let's see...absolute speculation based on a single photograph.

@rpietila:
If you are Mads Brügge...call me a fan and I surely would like to have contact because i have many ideas for some sick areas in the world that need such a style of dismantling roleplay-documentaries.
 
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May 05, 2013, 04:24:49 AM
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When will the shit finally hit?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZI1eeV88lQ#t=0m42s
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May 05, 2013, 04:25:46 AM
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bearish wedge coming to a close right now. midnight dump?
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May 05, 2013, 04:25:47 AM
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rpietila is from Finland, it's close but it's still not Denmark  Grin
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May 05, 2013, 04:33:53 AM
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To me, the shallowness of the slope on the "bid" side tells me that the market is headed downward soon. As bitcoins are bought and sold regularly, the fact that the "ask" side is so much higher than the "bid" side means that it is going to take more trading to move is up. The gap will always close, and more than likely both sides will move equally, basically, so the price will move down... Is my thinking generally correct?

TL;DR- Am I correct in thinking that if the slope of the ask side is > bid side then the market is generally headed downward and vice versa?

On the way down, the bid side was pretty steep. I think that's a side-effect of it getting eaten into.
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May 05, 2013, 04:36:30 AM
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To me, the shallowness of the slope on the "bid" side tells me that the market is headed downward soon. As bitcoins are bought and sold regularly, the fact that the "ask" side is so much higher than the "bid" side means that it is going to take more trading to move is up. The gap will always close, and more than likely both sides will move equally, basically, so the price will move down... Is my thinking generally correct?

TL;DR- Am I correct in thinking that if the slope of the ask side is > bid side then the market is generally headed downward and vice versa?

On the way down, the bid side was pretty steep. I think that's a side-effect of it getting eaten into.

+1

Though I don't think we have the volume to eat 120 anyway so we'll probably see it drop either way.
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May 05, 2013, 04:37:31 AM
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bearish wedge coming to a close right now. midnight dump?

Uh? Where?

What time period are you looking at?


Also, this. is. the. INTERNET!
Midnight is meaningless! (Unless you meant UTC  Wink)
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May 05, 2013, 04:39:01 AM
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bearish wedge coming to a close right now. midnight dump?

Wedge at what scale? I can't find it
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May 05, 2013, 04:50:00 AM
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bearish wedge coming to a close right now. midnight dump?

Wedge at what scale? I can't find it

5 min chart.  Wink

Not a rigid one IMHO
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May 05, 2013, 05:01:26 AM
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bearish wedge coming to a close right now. midnight dump?

4-hour scale:

-===-

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May 05, 2013, 05:03:11 AM
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Why would you call this bearish? The last wedge with a similar shape from 80 to 100 has been proven as bullish


bearish wedge coming to a close right now. midnight dump?

4-hour scale:

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