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May 15, 2013, 10:12:45 AM
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I bought at 117, won't sell even if we hit what I expect to eventually be 50

I'm just mad I don't have enough to spare right now to buy some more coins



118 bought..   not selling either..   fuck all this fud

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May 15, 2013, 10:20:33 AM
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I bought at 117, won't sell even if we hit what I expect to eventually be 50

I'm just mad I don't have enough to spare right now to buy some more coins



118 bought..   not selling either..   fuck all this fud


I let it get to me last night, and after a sleepless night I'm hurting today... lost out on all fronts so far.

When to buy back in, now, or wait? hmmm

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May 15, 2013, 10:23:06 AM
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I bought at 117, won't sell even if we hit what I expect to eventually be 50

I'm just mad I don't have enough to spare right now to buy some more coins



118 bought..   not selling either..   fuck all this fud


I let it get to me last night, and after a sleepless night I'm hurting today... lost out on all fronts so far.

When to buy back in, now, or wait? hmmm

Never trade more than 10% at once.

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May 15, 2013, 10:24:41 AM
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I bought at 117, won't sell even if we hit what I expect to eventually be 50

I'm just mad I don't have enough to spare right now to buy some more coins



118 bought..   not selling either..   fuck all this fud


I let it get to me last night, and after a sleepless night I'm hurting today... lost out on all fronts so far.

When to buy back in, now, or wait? hmmm

Never trade more than 10% at once.


yep no matter how strong I try to be, I'm too emotional for trading.


I haven't sold my coins, but I was worried about liquidity so I sold all my ASICMINER shares due to a manual withdrawal process.

Now it's dividend day and I'm trying to decide whether to buy back in at a loss

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May 15, 2013, 10:25:37 AM
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Am I the only one finding it suspicious that such attack on MtGox came soon after CoinLab lawsuit?

Perhaps I'm just being overly paranoid, but Vesseness looks increasingly suspicious to me. He surely has some contacts... VCs, big law firms... He chose Washington D.C. to siege TBF (any place with more lobbyists per m2 in the world?).

Could he have anything to do with this?

Good point ... the thing that is really damaging is the timing

We're about to have a conference with great stuff demonstrated

But exactly one month before a whole slew of people have decided to do things very damaging to bitcoin.  At least they could have waited till post conference, in the interests of the community. 

Doesnt matter tho ... bitcoin can only get stronger and stronger.  As they say, all publicity is good publicity!

From what I am learning surrounding the AP-gate issue, DC is also the most comfortable jurisdiction for "secret" court orders

Uberlurker. Been here since the Finney transaction. Please consider this before replying; there is a good chance I've heard it before.

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May 15, 2013, 12:15:29 PM
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Need to send funds to Gox?

We can still take care of that for you.  Smiley

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I love your business, it works well and I've used it often. But I sit here seriously contemplating the possibility of mailing money orders to campbx...
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May 15, 2013, 12:25:41 PM
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I still wonder why "homeland security" should intervene in seizing a bank account  Undecided This looks like dictatorship
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May 15, 2013, 02:12:19 PM
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I still wonder why "homeland security" should intervene in seizing a bank account  Undecided

This is what I am wondering. And posted the way I did.

Homeland security  Cheesy

Why doesn't the US govt, sum up all their groups together and just call it US Government with all mighty powers.


Because the way things are going, any of their groups can do what ever.
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May 15, 2013, 04:08:36 PM
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They are trying to destroy what they can't control. What they can't control is where I want to be. Screw it, I'm buying more coins today. Wasn't planning to, but this entire thing just proves how stupid it is to hold on to dollars.

Exactly this. They are cracking down on people rightfully receiving US$ they own.

.. And people's reaction is to buy more $$$? I'm speechless.

When this happened in Cyprus (authorities halting fiat movement), the price of BTC went up.

Bitcoin is the solution to these problems... We are witnessing the beginning of the last gasps of authority recklessly trying to hold onto a broken monetary system.

It's time to properly separate the concerns of government and finance.

Do you guys live in a fantasy world?

I see these posts everyday about government or the elite being worried about their currency collapsing.

Newsflash, they don't care.

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May 15, 2013, 04:10:01 PM
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I bought at 117, won't sell even if we hit what I expect to eventually be 50

I'm just mad I don't have enough to spare right now to buy some more coins



118 bought..   not selling either..   fuck all this fud


I let it get to me last night, and after a sleepless night I'm hurting today... lost out on all fronts so far.

When to buy back in, now, or wait? hmmm

Just buy man
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May 15, 2013, 06:58:56 PM
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Well I guess it is a good thing I maxed out my monthly allowance of transfers via dwolla.

 Cheesy

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May 16, 2013, 02:52:48 AM
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shoot I have a bunch of $ in mtgox, what's the best (and cheapest) way to withdraw it now???
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May 16, 2013, 03:16:45 AM
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shoot I have a bunch of $ in mtgox, what's the best (and cheapest) way to withdraw it now???

What I did yesterday was buy bitcoins at Mt. Gox with all the USD I had there.  Sent them to my account at CampBX.  Then sold at CampBX when the price got a couple of dollars higher than what I bought for.  So now I have cash on CampBX and I'm trading there now.  Totally dropping Mt Gox.  You could then withdraw the USD to Dwolla.

Right now though the price at CampBX is $6 cheaper than Gox.  I wonder if a lot of people are doing this so the price is depressed at CampBX.

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May 16, 2013, 03:17:56 AM
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shoot I have a bunch of $ in mtgox, what's the best (and cheapest) way to withdraw it now???

1) on Mt. Gox trade to Bitcoin
2) withdraw to your CampBX account
3) on CampBX trade to $
4) withdraw to Dwolla

Although at the moment of the writing of this it will cost you ~$10/Btc.

The trick is to get your Mt. Gox $ to flow (via Dwolla or Okpay or Bank Transfer) to CampBX and arbitrage until the fees make it not worth it.
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May 16, 2013, 03:51:01 PM
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they want to control everyone lives .. i wonder where is the The Fifth Amendment? what is the used of it ... ?
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