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August 02, 2017, 04:11:10 PM
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Base on the information I have been reading from BCC holders, many of them are out there on what I call "hit and run approach ". I Believe, the current pump is temporary and that so many of the holder are waiting for small increase in the value before dumping it. Although since I don't believe in BCC current pump so I don't have any BCC talk less of holding it.

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August 02, 2017, 04:18:02 PM
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Base on the information I have been reading from BCC holders, many of them are out there on what I call "hit and run approach ". I Believe, the current pump is temporary and that so many of the holder are waiting for small increase in the value before dumping it. Although since I don't believe in BCC current pump so I don't have any BCC talk less of holding it.

That entire statement is invalid as most BCC/BCH "holders" are only holding because they can't put them on an exchange to sell them.

The entire price situation is artificial. And the blockchain itself is dying a slow death due to lack of miner support.
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August 02, 2017, 04:24:19 PM
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Base on the information I have been reading from BCC holders, many of them are out there on what I call "hit and run approach ". I Believe, the current pump is temporary and that so many of the holder are waiting for small increase in the value before dumping it. Although since I don't believe in BCC current pump so I don't have any BCC talk less of holding it.

That entire statement is invalid as most BCC/BCH "holders" are only holding because they can't put them on an exchange to sell them.

The entire price situation is artificial. And the blockchain itself is dying a slow death due to lack of miner support.

There is one miner supporting, that guy in the Hong Kong youth hostel: https://news.bitcoin.com/the-trading-center-in-hk-where-they-mined-most-of-the-bitcoin-cash-blocks/
Oh wait, he's stopped supporting now and gone back to bitcoin.  Roll Eyes

Yes, price is artificial and I'm still convinced bitcoincash has no future.






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August 02, 2017, 05:35:09 PM
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I decided to hold. My first plan was to sell immediately, but as is usual in cryptospace, it will get pumped hard one day. And I will be there to take the profits Smiley

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