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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
$0 - 2 (2.7%)
<$8,000 - 4 (5.5%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 1 (1.4%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 1 (1.4%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 2 (2.7%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 4 (5.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 12 (16.4%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 15 (20.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 16 (21.9%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (5.5%)
>$12,000 - 7 (9.6%)
>$20,000 - 5 (6.8%)
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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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May 04, 2013, 12:32:45 PM
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It showed he at one point had 13 BTC and 92k USD. No it does not prove he is a "super node" but it does show he is not a 100% troll. Knowing he bought 700 BTC would make me feel better about flying to Finland.

So you are coming after all...?  Smiley I was wanting you to come. I extended the stay to 5 nights (from original 3) for the same price. The weather is nice, and I managed to secure a white limo:



It is fine if this is sent to Smoothie wall observer thread. I submit.
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May 04, 2013, 12:36:34 PM
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It showed he at one point had 13 BTC and 92k USD. No it does not prove he is a "super node" but it does show he is not a 100% troll. Knowing he bought 700 BTC would make me feel better about flying to Finland.

So you are coming after all...?  Smiley I was wanting you to come. I extended the stay to 5 nights (from original 3) for the same price. The weather is nice, and I managed to secure a white limo:



It is fine if this is sent to Smoothie wall observer thread. I submit.

stay SLIGHTLY on topic please:




I think you'll find observing walls much more interesting than your white limo rental
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May 04, 2013, 12:36:54 PM
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Oops, $104.

I say give it two hours for $105, unless the bears run and cancel their 104 asks.
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May 04, 2013, 12:43:35 PM
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3.0th class supernode = BTC100
Woohoo I am a supernode! (means nothing)

Not much, really Smiley When you start to do something productive, then your actual influence will increase. If you don't, then you are a sleeping giant. Your call.

In February, nobody knew me. Now, everybody knows me. When I have finished the developments I am about to achieve, I will move on to other things.

Then the on-topic part: 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.

Goat: it's OK, I understand this is crazy and too soon, but it is also crazy that Mark and Peter fight against each other. I don't have as many bitcoins as you, but I do this for my own bitcoins' sake, and I would appreciate a tip if you think my work is useful to Bitcoin as a whole, thank you!
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May 04, 2013, 12:43:58 PM
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Well, you see guys - there are two rpietilas.

One who knew about bitcoin since Satoshi started coding it (he said something not far away from this line though of course I am exaggerating ), one who is ultra mofo supernode and etc. etc..

There is another one who on his own bitcoin selling site claims he opened MtGox account in September 2012, one who joined Bitcointalk (I guess this forum is place you find yourself on 4 minutes after you hear there is some thing called Bitcoin) in December 2012, and who started selling Bitcoins on his site in January 2013. One who advice his clients that they should not invest more than 100k EUR and not invest what they can't lose - quite different from man who is so sure our coins will be worth 300k at least til Christmas. But it doesn't cost him nothing to write that bullshit here, it could cost him a lot of reputation where it's important for him if some idiot would invest all he has after his advice.

It's not an issue how many coins and powder he has nor it is something I remotely care about, the issue is that he is pretty late adopter who had money to invest a lot in bitcoins and it's now doing all he can to present himself as Bitcoin pioneer, ultrasupernode etc etc so he could be accepter in big boys group and profit from it.

Just look what his main ideas are - supernode conference and dealer network. You really think his dealer network plan is to stabilize the price? Lol.. he is just not big fish enough to move the market as he would wanted to as he has nowhwere near enough coins for that, his real aim is to try to infiltrate himself in those circles that have enough power to do that (move markets) so he can protect his investment and profit form market moves (by having a prior knowledge of planned manipulations).

He is acting as no-brain junky rambling all kind of crap here but he is not stupid guy. He would never be noticed without all bullshit he wrote, he is seriously dangerous manipulator and only thing I hope is that those big boys he is targeting won't fail on all his crap though I'm not sure there is much hope for that, there are lot of cocks in bitcoin community and one big dick joining them would be a logic route.
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May 04, 2013, 12:46:02 PM
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So you are coming after all...?  Smiley I was wanting you to come. I extended the stay to 5 nights (from original 3) for the same price. The weather is nice, and I managed to secure a white limo:




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Did you just hijack someome's wedding ?

Who took the photo, the chauffeur ?
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May 04, 2013, 12:46:36 PM
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Well, you see guys - there are two rpietilas.

One who knew about bitcoin since Satoshi started coding it (he said something not far away from this line though of course I am exaggerating ), one who is ultra mofo supernode and etc. etc..

There is another one who on his own bitcoin selling site claims he opened MtGox account in September 2012, one who joined Bitcointalk (I guess this forum is place you find yourself on 4 minutes after you hear there is some thing called Bitcoin) in December 2012, and who started selling Bitcoins on his site in January 2013.

It's not an issue how many coins and powder he has nor it is something I remotely care about, the issue is that he is pretty late adopter who had money to invest a lot in bitcoins and it's now doing all he can to present himself as Bitcoin pioneer, ultrasupernode etc etc so he could be accepter in big boys group and profit from it.

Just look what his main ideas are - supernode conference and dealer network. You really think his dealer network plan is to stabilize the price? Lol.. he is just not big fish enough to move the market as he would wanted to as he has nowhwere near enough coins for that, his real aim is to try to infiltrate himself in those circles that have enough power to do that (move markets) so he can protect his investment and profit form market moves (by having a prior knowledge of planned manipulations).

He is acting as no-brain junky rambling all kind of crap here but he is not stupid guy. He would never be noticed without all bullshit he wrote, he is seriously dangerous manipulator and only thing I hope is that those big boys he is targeting won't fail on all his crap though I'm not sure there is much hope for that, there are lot of cocks in bitcoin community and one big dick joining them would be a logic route.

+1, except forum join date was wrong and my first Mt.Gox acct is opened and funded in 2011 Smiley
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May 04, 2013, 12:47:15 PM
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It showed he at one point had 13 BTC and 92k USD. No it does not prove he is a "super node" but it does show he is not a 100% troll. Knowing he bought 700 BTC would make me feel better about flying to Finland.

So you are coming after all...?  Smiley I was wanting you to come. I extended the stay to 5 nights (from original 3) for the same price. The weather is nice, and I managed to secure a white limo:



It is fine if this is sent to Smoothie wall observer thread. I submit.

hes just a driver of some rich guy or just pay some $ to take this photo. hes a scammer.
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May 04, 2013, 12:49:37 PM
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Well, from your "category list" it seems we are all supernodes... Cool!

I will pass on commenting on the pic with the limo, it's just to easy Cheesy

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

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

Wouldn't you mind betting repietila?

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May 04, 2013, 12:52:50 PM
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Well, you see guys - there are two rpietilas.

One who knew about bitcoin since Satoshi started coding it (he said something not far away from this line though of course I am exaggerating ), one who is ultra mofo supernode and etc. etc..

There is another one who on his own bitcoin selling site claims he opened MtGox account in September 2012, one who joined Bitcointalk (I guess this forum is place you find yourself on 4 minutes after you hear there is some thing called Bitcoin) in December 2012, and who started selling Bitcoins on his site in January 2013. One who advice his clients that they should not invest more than 100k EUR and not invest what they can't lose - quite different from man who is so sure our coins will be worth 300k at least til Christmas. But it doesn't cost him nothing to write that bullshit here, it could cost him a lot of reputation where it's important for him if some idiot would invest all he has after his advice.

It's not an issue how many coins and powder he has nor it is something I remotely care about, the issue is that he is pretty late adopter who had money to invest a lot in bitcoins and it's now doing all he can to present himself as Bitcoin pioneer, ultrasupernode etc etc so he could be accepter in big boys group and profit from it.

Just look what his main ideas are - supernode conference and dealer network. You really think his dealer network plan is to stabilize the price? Lol.. he is just not big fish enough to move the market as he would wanted to as he has nowhwere near enough coins for that, his real aim is to try to infiltrate himself in those circles that have enough power to do that (move markets) so he can protect his investment and profit form market moves (by having a prior knowledge of planned manipulations).

He is acting as no-brain junky rambling all kind of crap here but he is not stupid guy. He would never be noticed without all bullshit he wrote, he is seriously dangerous manipulator and only thing I hope is that those big boys he is targeting won't fail on all his crap though I'm not sure there is much hope for that, there are lot of cocks in bitcoin community and one big dick joining them would be a logic route.

I think you have pretty much nailed it - that's why I tend to think option a) of my previous post is the correct answer, he is just a delusional guy with the hopes to increase the wealth he generated during the latest rally by lobbying with the big guys in here, and he thinks he needs to present himself as a sort of market guru... While the truth is that making money with Bitcoin has not been very difficult lately Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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May 04, 2013, 12:56:49 PM
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hes just a driver of some rich guy or just pay some $ to take this photo. hes a scammer.

This car is owned by this hotel Haikon Kartano and this spot in front of the hotel is not an uncommon place to find this car spend its days parked at.
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