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October 02, 2013, 01:39:41 AM
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ah, my bad. that makes more sense, anyway Smiley
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October 02, 2013, 01:49:30 AM
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It's one order slowly moving down.. the orderbook on their site doesn't print it right

lol, great success for that guy.
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October 02, 2013, 09:50:32 AM
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Speaking about walls, I'm quite happy to see that, finally, some real market depth on bitstamp starts to form.

In the past few months, trade volume picked up nicely: on several days volume on bitstamp being higher than on mtgox. On average, volume on here is about 60 to 70% of mtgox volume.

Market depth however didn't follow at all. Last time I checked, bitstamp depth was probably less than 10% of mtgox depth. But now that appears to have changed. At a glance, depth near market price is around 80% of mtgox.

Sure, there's a lot of additional depth farther away from the market price, plus funds and coins hidden on mtgox that are not yet on the book, so I'm sure the 80% figure doesn't hold universally, but I'm very pleased to see that you can finally trade more than a few btc without incurring huge slippage.

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October 02, 2013, 04:21:47 PM
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lets see what the take over will do to the price. im my guess it will be sub 100 tomorrow. im pulling all my holdings. selling and duming. im going to buy back in in three days when i see a 30% profit margin. it will drop and it will be lowest 80s then jump to mid 90 then hold there.
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October 02, 2013, 04:24:22 PM
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lets see what the take over will do to the price. im my guess it will be sub 100 tomorrow. im pulling all my holdings. selling and duming. im going to buy back in in three days when i see a 30% profit margin. it will drop and it will be lowest 80s then jump to mid 90 then hold there.

you really liked SR didnt you.

dont worry, i bet you some new p2p sr will emerge to supply the demand, meanwhile bitcoin continues to facilitate e-commerce of all types.

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October 02, 2013, 05:12:59 PM
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13% drop on BitStamp, even though SR is a drop in the bucket (and that's being generous).
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October 02, 2013, 05:20:25 PM
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Extreme panic on the Stamp. 
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October 02, 2013, 05:39:53 PM
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and quite a bit of delay on the server. not too happy about that.

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October 02, 2013, 06:03:37 PM
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Bitstamp just officially noobed. Connection timed out, and Bitfinex is acting REALLY wonky, not even sure what to make of it. The orderbook looks entirely blank?

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October 02, 2013, 06:24:16 PM
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Speaking about walls, I'm quite happy to see that, finally, some real market depth on bitstamp starts to form.

In the past few months, trade volume picked up nicely: on several days volume on bitstamp being higher than on mtgox. On average, volume on here is about 60 to 70% of mtgox volume.

Market depth however didn't follow at all. Last time I checked, bitstamp depth was probably less than 10% of mtgox depth. But now that appears to have changed. At a glance, depth near market price is around 80% of mtgox.

Sure, there's a lot of additional depth farther away from the market price, plus funds and coins hidden on mtgox that are not yet on the book, so I'm sure the 80% figure doesn't hold universally, but I'm very pleased to see that you can finally trade more than a few btc without incurring huge slippage.

That's a good point, this may serve to give some healthy diversity in depth to the market.

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October 02, 2013, 08:03:46 PM
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The depth got very thin very quickly.

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October 02, 2013, 08:13:11 PM
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I don't think it really makes sense to talk about 'market depth' during a flash crash like the one we just saw. Volume was enormous, so obviously there were more than enough coins and money on the order book, or hidden on the exchange. The depth I meant was what the order book looks like during more normal times.

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October 02, 2013, 10:16:00 PM
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Hmmm, if I buy now I'll break even. Panicksold coins at 103$ first wave and then at 110$ at dead cat bounce. But I desperately want to catch a nice bottom and increase my stash!

Going for single digits tomorrow!
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October 07, 2013, 10:27:07 PM
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Someone just sold ~2800 at once, severely knocking down Bitstamp's buy-side. That's a huge move for Bitstamp. No obvious movement on other exchanges. Any news?
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October 07, 2013, 11:07:45 PM
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Someone just sold ~2800 at once, severely knocking down Bitstamp's buy-side. That's a huge move for Bitstamp. No obvious movement on other exchanges. Any news?

Bids have already recovered 50%.

1 hr later a buy eats the tiny ask wall. No big deal.

And now made a new 3d high.
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October 07, 2013, 11:23:03 PM
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Someone just sold ~2800 at once, severely knocking down Bitstamp's buy-side. That's a huge move for Bitstamp. No obvious movement on other exchanges. Any news?

Bids have already recovered 50%.

1 hr later a buy eats the tiny ask wall. No big deal.

And now made a new 3d high.

maybe someone tried to induce a panic sell

didn't work   Smiley

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October 08, 2013, 12:18:59 AM
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This quick recovery is actually the same pattern as the one at 13:30 on 2013-10-04 UTC from the drop down to 117 USD.
No volume. If you zoom in closely you can even see that the larger candles during the recovery are almost entirely red ones.

-edit- the amount droped is even ~50% bigger then the one 3 days ago.
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October 08, 2013, 01:48:09 AM
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This quick recovery is actually the same pattern as the one at 13:30 on 2013-10-04 UTC from the drop down to 117 USD.
No volume. If you zoom in closely you can even see that the larger candles during the recovery are almost entirely red ones.

-edit- the amount droped is even ~50% bigger then the one 3 days ago.
So what are you saying? Down?
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October 08, 2013, 02:02:44 AM
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This quick recovery is actually the same pattern as the one at 13:30 on 2013-10-04 UTC from the drop down to 117 USD.
No volume. If you zoom in closely you can even see that the larger candles during the recovery are almost entirely red ones.

-edit- the amount droped is even ~50% bigger then the one 3 days ago.

It acts like a trapdoor. Unless this is manipulation, some speculators are being squeezed out here. The same happened to me before in the period that btc was resting at $13 before the big runup. That hurt.
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October 08, 2013, 03:59:15 PM
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Anyone watching the 2- 500-700 coin selloffs keep moving down pennies at a time, if they all go Bitstamp ends at ~$118

and just like that a 3rd one was added. & 4th

There are no asks, its just a glitch. One sell moved down and it saw it as multiple asks. It was eaten at 122.xx
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