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April 09, 2015, 01:43:22 PM

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Orange Seeks to Invest in Bitcoin Startups in Silicon Valley


Orange SA is looking to invest in bitcoin startups in the coming months, making it one of the first big international phone carriers to become interested in the technology behind the digital currency.

“There’s something intriguing in this technology, so we want to be there as early as possible,” said Georges Nahon, chief executive officer of Orange Silicon Valley, a division of the Paris-based company. “This could be a digital platform of the future,”
While bitcoin’s price has almost dropped in half in the past year and the prospects of the digital currency are uncertain, its underlying software is attracting investors.

The technology can be tweaked to record changes in ownership of any asset in a public ledger using a distributed network of computers, and could help facilitate transactions at businesses like carriers, banks, stock exchanges or insurance providers

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-04-09/orange-seeks-to-invest-in-bitcoin-startups-in-silicon-valley



i'm buying here... you bears are nutsGREEDY.

bears that play will be bulls
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April 09, 2015, 01:45:15 PM

oh man has the u.s. actually finally wised up and realized they need to outright render all fraudulent digital currencies illegal to preserve the value of the dollar ?

errr...... no.
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April 09, 2015, 01:51:41 PM

whew ... that's good ...
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April 09, 2015, 01:51:51 PM

New coindesk survey: "Survey: Is the Bitcoin Community Just Young, White, Male and Retarded ?"

Reading this thread the answer is obviously YES
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April 09, 2015, 01:54:51 PM

Soooooo triple bottom?
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April 09, 2015, 01:56:06 PM

New coindesk survey: "Survey: Is the Bitcoin Community Just Young, White, Male and Retarded ?"

Reading this thread the answer is obviously YES

That would require people who are actually in the "Bitcoin community" to be on this thread, which doesn't actually appear to be the case.
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April 09, 2015, 01:57:27 PM

ive actually never seen the books look so lopsided bearish ... 5000 coin to 250 ($5 gain) ... 5000 coin to 230 ($15 loss) ... of course this means we'll be moving up from here , because the books are a lie and always move opposite to how they appear ...
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April 09, 2015, 02:06:00 PM

oh man has the u.s. actually finally wised up and realized they need to outright render all fraudulent digital currencies illegal to preserve the value of the dollar ?

errr...... no.

Hard to say.  There are those who claim Bitcoin was created by the NSA as the ultimate honeypot.  The reasoning goes something like this:

1.  Bitcoin attracts the criminal element <==prima facie, empirically substantiated, currently held axiomatic.
2.  Those attracted to Bitcoin are criminals <==somewhat of a logical leap, but again, shown to be true in 99% of the cases.  Remaining 1% are weirdos who like losing money, so who cares.
4.  Bitcoin is instrumental in fighting crime by impoverishing those who hold it. <==not life-affirming, handicapping the criminal contingent.
5.  What's more, criminals pay for their own demise (arrest->confiscate BTC->sell BTC (to criminals, who else)->rinse->repeat). <==PROFIT!

Bitcoin is best crime-fighting tool ever, Q.E.D. Undecided
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April 09, 2015, 02:08:06 PM

New coindesk survey: "Survey: Is the Bitcoin Community Just Young, White, Male and Retarded ?"

Reading this thread the answer is obviously YES

That would require people who are actually in the "Bitcoin community" to be on this thread, which doesn't actually appear to be the case.

this is the case. Bitcounfoundation are also retarded. same thing. bitcoin is doomed.
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April 09, 2015, 02:14:43 PM


THAT'S what capitulation looks like!


not exactly.

my version of the real capitulation would be guys calling for 911 and mama, talking shit here about the worst investment ever & not calling bottoms anymore.

none of this has happened yet.
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April 09, 2015, 02:18:48 PM


THAT'S what capitulation looks like!


not exactly.

my version of the real capitulation would be guys calling for 911 and mama, talking shit here about the worst investment ever & not calling bottoms anymore.

Come to think of it: if The Bear King capitulated wouldn't that mean we would reverse into a bear market? I'm so confused.
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April 09, 2015, 02:19:21 PM

well ... i can't speak for others obviously ... but i'm considered a criminal for various reasons ... and obviously i am a bitcoin trader (successful , oddly enough) ... these two things are not necessarily related ... but ... still ... the possible validity of your statement is not lost on me ... it is important to remember sometimes that bitcoin was created by anonymous hacker(s) and the early adopters were basically anti-government nuts and drug traffickers ... and that's probably still a significant portion of the current user base overall ...
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April 09, 2015, 02:20:16 PM

Is $235 considered doom nowadays?  Huh Huh

You would think, since we touched this level 3 times in the past month alone, the bears would just give a shrug instead celebrating like we're at penny BTC already...


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THAT'S what capitulation looks like!

Not here, not now.  Also volume would be a lot higher. 

Bid side is very weak as well, although it could be bulls trying for a trap.  I still think were heading lower.
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April 09, 2015, 02:28:52 PM

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Question:   245 . Buy Hold or Sell?
Buy   - 33 (37.5%)
Hold   - 25 (28.4%)
Sell   - 30 (34.1%)
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April 09, 2015, 02:47:08 PM

Is $235 considered doom nowadays?  Huh Huh

You would think, since we touched this level 3 times in the past month alone, the bears would just give a shrug instead celebrating like we're at penny BTC already...


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THAT'S what capitulation looks like!

Not here, not now.  Also volume would be a lot higher. 

Bid side is very weak as well, although it could be bulls trying for a trap.  I still think were heading lower.

Its not bulls, m8, its chinese bots from goxobi and okgox, every shitty bulltrap or beartrap comes from those shitty exchanges, others just follow, thats how those PnD schemes work, everytime people just follow chinese wash volume created by the bots, its a retarded game.
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April 09, 2015, 02:50:21 PM

the fun part about the alts is ... they're all priced in btc ... so if btc ultimately fails / severely loses value , so does every single alt coin ...
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April 09, 2015, 02:50:30 PM

Is $235 considered doom nowadays?  Huh Huh

You would think, since we touched this level 3 times in the past month alone, the bears would just give a shrug instead celebrating like we're at penny BTC already...


about doom....I really dont care, just >


THAT'S what capitulation looks like!

Not here, not now.  Also volume would be a lot higher. 

Bid side is very weak as well, although it could be bulls trying for a trap.  I still think were heading lower.

Its not bulls, m8, its chinese bots from goxobi and okgox, every shitty bulltrap or beartrap comes from those shitty exchanges, others just follow, thats how those PnD schemes work, everytime people just follow chinese wash volume created by the bots, its a retarded game.

This game only works in the short term though.
Anybody who HODL's for 5-10 years wins imo.
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April 09, 2015, 02:54:44 PM

the fun part about the alts is ... they're all priced in btc ... so if btc ultimately fails / severely loses value , so does every single alt coin ...

I'm also not fan of altcoins, but to be the devils' advocate: Altcoins could have a better performance (compared to BTC), so it could make sense to invest in them. Also, there may be an altcoin - at some point in the future - that could prove to be more successful than Bitcoin in general!
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