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October 01, 2011, 01:00:11 PM
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You can get 150 bitcoins for about $750 now, really wish that he is lucky enough to have already sold off at the peak Smiley

as i just mentioned, he bought after the peak. so selling at the peak would be a pretty neat trick.


I don't think you'll have much success explaining this to them. It seems a lot of bitcoiners are overwhelmed by the concept of time.

Are you not aware that you can trade bitcoins for different prices than the one MtGox reports? On ebay it was triple the MtGox rate for a while. My point is, no one knows what the OP did with his coins other than OP.  Your time joke sure does express how limited your mind is. I hope your insult to "a lot of bitcoiners" made your ego feel good as well. You is the smart! How many bitcoiners fit in a lot anyway? I have seen a lot of cars. Never a lot of bitcoiners, they seem to be too scattered and paranoid to go to one area of land:)    Just playing, good luck!
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October 01, 2011, 01:08:01 PM
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The buy price of the BTC was $13.21. As you can see, there were a few opportunities to sell for profit after the purchase, but the price hasn't been there since July:


Also the OP posted about the purchase June 19, and last logged on June 21. Looks like they weren't interested too long...

Any overvalued eBay auctions were probably fraudulent non-paying joke bidders or bidders that were planning on reversing the PayPal payment after they got their BTC.

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October 01, 2011, 01:16:54 PM
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I know a guy who sold a lot of bitcoins over ebay. He did in the end lose about half of his sales due to fraud and what not. But since he sold them for about double their value he did okay. He more or less had to pay ebay fees and his time.
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