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Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 21579331 times)
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May 19, 2013, 05:07:23 PM
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King Solomon had 2000 wives and concubines.

Wow.

He probably had every single sexually transmitted diseases.  Undecided

Unless they were vetted in some way.  Grin

And sexually transmitted diseases were not that common back then, at least where he was.

Yeah , the main problem was she might stick something into you too during the wedding night , like a knife. Smiley
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May 19, 2013, 05:08:58 PM
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Quote from: Chaang Noi (Goat) ช้างน้อย link=topic=178336.msg2201812#msg2201812 date=1368982602
the term is concubines.
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Wow! Posh word.... isn't it supposed to be as simple as mia luang, mia noi and gik?
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May 19, 2013, 05:09:04 PM
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Ask sum increasing also, maybe some are arbing the big gap between exchanges and gox..

if only bankwires worked faster and during weekend days.. Smiley   hope i'm still fast enough to get cheap coins at bistamp..  wish i put some fiat over there last week.. stupid me!
Don't know about the reasons behind it but I'm somewhat reassured to see mtgox bid price within a stone's throw away from the others:

mtgoxUSD     119.5     2,170,113   73%
bitstampUSD  117.45      444,120   15%
btceUSD        112.51      293,743   10%
cbxUSD         117             74,132   2%

Then again on such tiny volumes maybe there's not too much to be read into anyway Smiley
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May 19, 2013, 05:12:58 PM
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Ask sum increasing also, maybe some are arbing the big gap between exchanges and gox..

if only bankwires worked faster and during weekend days.. Smiley   hope i'm still fast enough to get cheap coins at bistamp..  wish i put some fiat over there last week.. stupid me!
Don't know about the reasoning but I'm somewhat reassured to see mtgox bid price within a stone's throw away from the others:

mtgoxUSD     119.5     2,170,113   73%
bitstampUSD  117.45      444,120   15%
btceUSD        112.51      293,743   10%
cbxUSD         117             74,132   2%


yeah.. NOW it is Smiley after the 5k selloff Smiley  not so long ago it was 122
it doesnt matter.. i'm in for the long run anyways..
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May 19, 2013, 05:14:01 PM
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I just wish for a few weeks with a maximum 5$ change in price (up or down I don't care).

Am I dreaming?
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May 19, 2013, 05:17:04 PM
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Somebody just dumped +BTC3k

So that's all that's needed to manipulate the market in most cases. .

Let's see if the market will go along with it. .

Manipulation!

Manipulation everywhere!


I love how selling or buying a large amount of coins is automatically manipulation. Maybe someone just wanted to buy a house, or 720 hookers.
Buy hookers?  I thought the whole idea was to rent them!  If you buy them then they're called wives or girlfriends

the term is concubines.

I'd hate to know how badly 720 hookers, wives, girlfriends or concubines could nag you if they all started up at once.

King Solomon had 2000 wives and concubines. They say he was the wisest man ever to walk this earth. Anyway, my trick is to get an office on the top floor, and make sure you have guards on the stairs.
Manipulation everywhere!

no bitcoin is as free market as it gets

and ya you can buy it up Up UP!!

thats the name of the game

I need to work on my stash

I need more S.Dice and ASIC minner

I think investing in bitcoin companies is a MUCH better hedge than buying alt crypto.

1) you help the bitcoin ecosystem by providing capital to smart people doing good things for bitcoin
2) Dividends!
3) If bitcoin goes down a lot,you can cash out more BTC
3) its very likely that the share price will drop as bitcoin makes new highs,  BUT you can buy cheap coins and invest right away,  that way its like you paid $_$ for a good investment, even if the share price goes down because your other investment went up alot (BITCOIN) your account will undoubtedly be +5-50% in $ terms,
5) you get to buy bitcoin and then buy stock of your choice



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VirtEx Canadian Bitcoin Exchange (VTX)

I hope a good buying opportunity presents itself on this on, VTX does not pay dividends, but your buying a pieces of what must be the #1 exchange in the world, ( i took 7 mins to do a deposit, or 1.249days if you do it with the convenience of online banking pay bill, and withdraw takes a  few hours really  Cheesy!

their isn't That much volume, but VirtEx obviously making money and will continue to grow exponentially as they roll out their merchant api and bitcoin shorting! the trading GUI will get better too, soon we will be able to place trigger orders.

VirtEx is serious business that has all this legal paper work squared away.



ASICM

This stock is HOT! its definitely not going down  Grin

having some mining dividends is a must for all well balanced bitcoin portfolio.
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May 19, 2013, 05:24:32 PM
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LTC is the only alt worth buying. Every single other one is a joke for any purposes beyond 0-day or total pump and dump manipulation.
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May 19, 2013, 05:35:49 PM
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I don't like the idea of bots posting like this, it is just spam. The charts themselves are 99% unintelligible in my opinion.

Ban it I say, if the owner has something worth sharing, he can share it himself

I don't understand it.  Kill it!

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It only posts in this one thread.  If you don't like it you can ignore it.  Maybe if you learned to read it you might find it useful as well.
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May 19, 2013, 05:36:03 PM
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My problem with ChartBuddy:

Absolutely illegible as soon as there's any movement at all
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May 19, 2013, 05:37:25 PM
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Just to explain, manipulation of the market is when a person or a private groups goal or actions affect the market in any way, usually in such volumes that the market cannot immediately counteract.

It's not paranoia or false accusation. Often if someone is trying to manipulate a market in a way that it doesn't want to go, it recovers very quickly.
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May 19, 2013, 05:38:43 PM
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So, what you're telling is, if someone is trying to manipulate the price up, it should go back down quickly?  Cheesy
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May 19, 2013, 05:45:11 PM
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So, what you're telling is, if someone is trying to manipulate the price up, it should go back down quickly?  Cheesy

If that's where the market/trend wants it to go. . In this case, with bitcoin, it likely wants to go up, but lacks the volume because of the weekends.

Often after a huge sell or buy, the market doesn't fully recover right away, but consolidates to a breakout point.
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May 19, 2013, 05:51:44 PM
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LTC is the only alt worth buying. Every single other one is a joke for any purposes beyond 0-day or total pump and dump manipulation.

plus over 9000!

Well, I know this sounds blasphemous but speculatively speaking, XRPs are doing wonders for me. Apart from the fact that I love the protocol, I can't give a rat's ass that XRPs are premined and are going to make OpenCoin filthy rich. I'd love to see more exchanges on Ripple so I could trade directly the BTC/USD pair on their shared orderbook. But meanwhile my XRPs I bought for playing with Ripple are worth double the BTCs I initially paid for them.
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May 19, 2013, 05:53:15 PM
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Somebody just dumped +BTC3k
So that's all that's needed to manipulate the market in most cases. .

Let's see if the market will go along with it. .


I love how selling or buying a large amount of coins is automatically manipulation. Maybe someone just wanted to buy a house, or 720 hookers.

Quote from: Coinseeker
Something is not right here.   Love the action but...Huh


Lol. Must be... MANIPULATION!!!
Gotta love these tin foil hat types. Grin

I didn't say it was manipulation, I said something isn't right.  We also no longer have a 5-8 point spread with Bitstamp, just like that.  It's down to 3 and holding, where it typically is.  That's very odd...tin foil or not.
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May 19, 2013, 05:53:48 PM
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My problem with ChartBuddy:

Absolutely illegible as soon as there's any movement at all

That's a fair point.  It shows a better view of asks than bids.  I'm not sure how to solve this.  A color gradation on a 2d plane may work okay, although a grey scale would work better for people with color vision problems.
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May 19, 2013, 05:54:25 PM
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500  Shocked Shocked

amazing, seemed like a few days since this thread started...
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500  Shocked Shocked

amazing, seemed like a few days since this thread started...
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May 19, 2013, 06:19:41 PM
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My problem with ChartBuddy:

Absolutely illegible as soon as there's any movement at all

Next chart will be zero z rotation. We'll see if that helps. (I'm suspecting it will actually be worse since there is no perspective)
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May 19, 2013, 06:21:53 PM
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My problem with ChartBuddy:
http://i.imgur.com/hOeS2oc.png
Absolutely illegible as soon as there's any movement at all

Next chart will be zero z rotation. We'll see if that helps.
We'll see. For another great example, try to figure out what happened with the bids @ $110 in ChartBuddy's latest post.
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May 19, 2013, 06:30:41 PM
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My problem with ChartBuddy:
http://i.imgur.com/hOeS2oc.png
Absolutely illegible as soon as there's any movement at all

Next chart will be zero z rotation. We'll see if that helps.
We'll see. For another great example, try to figure out what happened with the bids @ $110 in ChartBuddy's latest post.

That's tricky as mtgox only supplies a subset of data and it looks like 110 was sometime in, sometimes out. I have no control over that. Obtaining the full market data is only allowed every 5 minutes.

Also, my Z scale is fixed. I chose that because, on bitcoinity, for example, the auto scaling means that increased bids and asks can look almost exactly the same as decreased bids and asks. One of my grumbles about financial types is that they tend to tight-zoom on any feature they're interested in making tiny bumps look as dramatic as huge swings. With that said, it may be time to tweak the depth scale a little.
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