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January 08, 2015, 08:18:14 PM

I have waited 2 fucking years for this bullrun

If I miss the party just cuz I deposited my funds right before bitstamp got closed down, I will be fucking pissed.

Definately will be taking some more loans if bitstamp don't open up soon

Seriously,
This is not trolling , no bullbearwhale crap talk...

You need help.
If you're seriously thinking about getting MORE loans you're right now worse that a bet addict.
And I know what I'm talking about.


Go on..

A guy taking more loans .. so he is already in debt
He needs money and he only has a loan as a solution  , it means he has no money outside his bitcoins and bitstampmoney

And yet he wants to take it and invest it (aka smartsuit gambling)

And you don't see a problem with it



You said you knew what you were talking about. I expected some revelations from you. Who said I don't see a problem with it?

About 45 000 to 50 000 euros lost on the track between 2009 and 2011.
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January 08, 2015, 08:23:46 PM

You said you knew what you were talking about. I expected some revelations from you. Who said I don't see a problem with it?

About 45 000 to 50 000 euros lost on the track between 2009 and 2011.

Sorry to hear that.

Obviously borrowing to invest is crazy and not something  I would recommend.
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January 08, 2015, 08:24:00 PM

I got another Bitcoin game:
Guess which exchange promised to reopen in 48hrs and didn't.
You have three guesses, Bitcoiners!
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January 08, 2015, 08:34:27 PM

I got another Bitcoin game:
Guess which exchange promised to reopen in 48hrs and didn't.
You have three guesses, Bitcoiners!
I bet only you can solve this... Grin
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January 08, 2015, 08:37:23 PM

I have waited 2 fucking years for this bullrun

If I miss the party just cuz I deposited my funds right before bitstamp got closed down, I will be fucking pissed.

Definately will be taking some more loans if bitstamp don't open up soon

Seriously,
This is not trolling , no bullbearwhale crap talk...

You need help.
If you're seriously thinking about getting MORE loans you're right now worse that a bet addict.
And I know what I'm talking about.


Go on..

A guy taking more loans .. so he is already in debt
He needs money and he only has a loan as a solution  , it means he has no money outside his bitcoins and bitstampmoney

And yet he wants to take it and invest it (aka smartsuit gambling)

And you don't see a problem with it



Kinda reminds me of that guy that bet "double or nothing" on his stash of ~50 BTC with a single dice roll.  Btw, he lost.
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January 08, 2015, 08:37:40 PM

I have waited 2 fucking years for this bullrun

If I miss the party just cuz I deposited my funds right before bitstamp got closed down, I will be fucking pissed.

Definately will be taking some more loans if bitstamp don't open up soon

Seriously,
This is not trolling , no bullbearwhale crap talk...

You need help.
If you're seriously thinking about getting MORE loans you're right now worse that a bet addict.
And I know what I'm talking about.


Go on..

A guy taking more loans .. so he is already in debt
He needs money and he only has a loan as a solution  , it means he has no money outside his bitcoins and bitstampmoney

And yet he wants to take it and invest it (aka smartsuit gambling)

And you don't see a problem with it


i hadnt a penny outside bitcoin when i found out about it in december/january 2013/2014.. i was a broke ass student.. i put rent money in a week before rent was due to try and make money.. ya i lost some.. a lot even.. but a year later iv gone from scrapping pennies to put into crypto to taking out 2 times what i put in in total since i found out about crypto in every two weeks - month...

betting when your down isnt always the worst thing to do Wink
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January 08, 2015, 08:41:06 PM

You said you knew what you were talking about. I expected some revelations from you. Who said I don't see a problem with it?

About 45 000 to 50 000 euros lost on the track between 2009 and 2011.

Sorry to hear that.

Obviously borrowing to invest is crazy and not something  I would recommend.

I got over it , but it was harder to seek help than actually giving up gambling
looking back i don't know why i was even playing , i was betting on low odds and small bet but frequent
Also , i didn't actually need those money as I was making enough for an upper middle class.

scary disease gambling is
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January 08, 2015, 08:52:23 PM

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betting when your down isnt always the worst thing to do Wink

It is tho.  Just because you won the lottery that time, doesn't make buying lottery tickets with your rent money any smarter.
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January 08, 2015, 08:54:12 PM

I got another Bitcoin game:
Guess which exchange promised to reopen in 48hrs and didn't.
You have three guesses, Bitcoiners!
I bet only you can solve this... Grin


Not an acceptable answer, you got two more guesses.
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January 08, 2015, 08:55:15 PM

I'm not taking a position, there are 3 scenarios:
- consolidate and then go up, obviously bullish
- drop but support at 275$ hold, also reasonably bullish
- drop and break below 275$, bearish.

I believe your last option is bullish as well. I suppose depending on what happens after the breach of 275$ changes the situation, but whilst I believe that there is strong possibility we do not break 275$, I also believe there is room to break 275$ and remain in a highly bullish scenario.

Could you explain your thinking on the break of 275$ ? I am interested to hear the perspective.

Lower support than 275$ is at 265$, this mini rally grew from 265$ to 303$, if it drops below 275$ the market "knows" it won't be able to build higher than 303$, so it will go down.
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January 08, 2015, 08:59:23 PM

You said you knew what you were talking about. I expected some revelations from you. Who said I don't see a problem with it?

About 45 000 to 50 000 euros lost on the track between 2009 and 2011.

Sorry to hear that.

Obviously borrowing to invest is crazy and not something  I would recommend.

I got over it , but it was harder to seek help than actually giving up gambling
looking back i don't know why i was even playing , i was betting on low odds and small bet but frequent
Also , i didn't actually need those money as I was making enough for an upper middle class.

scary disease gambling is

not sure if a bitcoin speculation forum is a healthy environment. i mean here are lots of trolls but the rest are 100% gamblers...  Cheesy
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Last edit: January 08, 2015, 09:27:14 PM by ChartBuddy

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Chartbuddy provides a chart which shows the change of the market depth with time.

Chart shows the market depth for the last hour, the beginning of the hour at the back, latest time at the front. The bids (what people are willing to pay) stack up on the left and the asks (what people are wanting to get paid) stack up on the right.

A depth chart indicates how much it would conceivably take to shift the price. Note that orders can be cancelled so judgement should be applied. Large orders produce a large vertical part on the chart or a "wall". By watching how walls are added, moved or removed, it is possible to make a judgement of market sentiment (or arguably just observe attempts at market manipulation).

The large numbers at the top are the latest values for the closest bids and asks. The difference between these is the "spread".

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January 08, 2015, 09:07:29 PM

2015 My Friends.......

The Year Of The Bull.....


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January 08, 2015, 09:08:52 PM

You said you knew what you were talking about. I expected some revelations from you. Who said I don't see a problem with it?

About 45 000 to 50 000 euros lost on the track between 2009 and 2011.

Sorry to hear that.

Obviously borrowing to invest is crazy and not something  I would recommend.

I got over it , but it was harder to seek help than actually giving up gambling
looking back i don't know why i was even playing , i was betting on low odds and small bet but frequent
Also , i didn't actually need those money as I was making enough for an upper middle class.

scary disease gambling is

not sure if a bitcoin speculation forum is a healthy environment. i mean here are lots of trolls but the rest are 100% gamblers...  Cheesy

funny thing forums like this or discussions boards about hyps are just strengthening my decision not to gamble with real money ( i still bet on horse races but with a pen in a notebook (i got 4 out of 6 at catterick today)... should I start again with real money ?
Hell no.
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January 08, 2015, 09:10:39 PM

2015 My Friends.......

The Year Of The Bull.....




actually......

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January 08, 2015, 09:12:06 PM

Whatever, I'll be fine Grin
And if bitstamp comes back, which I think it will, it's no problem.

go all in kid, you deserve it, death or glory, you only get one chance in life, think of all the riches!!
So you are encouraging a kid who is already in debt to put even more loan money into a ridiculously risky (where the possible returns are not even that amazing anymore) investment and possibly face financial ruin because "death or glory"?

Wow.

Some perma-bull bitcoiners are even more depraved than I thought.

so gullible and naive (or disingenuous)

go all in short, forked-tongue, death or glory to all the bears too!!
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 Cheesy
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January 08, 2015, 09:21:44 PM

2015 My Friends.......

The Year decade Of The Bull.....




There, fixed it.
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January 08, 2015, 09:29:26 PM

speaking of which, anyone knows what happened to goat?
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January 08, 2015, 09:35:11 PM

speaking of which, anyone knows what happened to goat?

perma banned
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