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July 26, 2016, 05:07:14 PM
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Indeed but traders have zero to do with miners and traders steer the price. If there's profit to be made they're not going to think 'hang on, I must think of the miners' and back down.

They're going to slaughter the price if the opportunity is there to make some money. And they don't do it, another trader will.

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July 26, 2016, 05:08:52 PM
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Indeed but traders have zero to do with miners and traders steer the price. If there's profit to be made they're not going to think 'hang on, I must think of the miners' and back down.

They're going to slaughter the price if the opportunity is there to make some money. And they don't do it, another trader will.

Miners would not be selling below their mining costs.  Supply would be reduced. 

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July 26, 2016, 05:37:27 PM
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Indeed but traders have zero to do with miners and traders steer the price. If there's profit to be made they're not going to think 'hang on, I must think of the miners' and back down.

They're going to slaughter the price if the opportunity is there to make some money. And they don't do it, another trader will.

Miners would not be selling below their mining costs.  Supply would be reduced.  

That's good for longer term price as it would create a shortage, but has no consequence on the lower term trend. Anyway that's just speculating, you have got no idea of what miner will do, there is a loat of gold miner who are not profitable but re-invest income (if there is any) in their mine to potentially be profitable one day.
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July 26, 2016, 05:41:03 PM
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Indeed but traders have zero to do with miners and traders steer the price. If there's profit to be made they're not going to think 'hang on, I must think of the miners' and back down.

They're going to slaughter the price if the opportunity is there to make some money. And they don't do it, another trader will.

Miners would not be selling below their mining costs.  Supply would be reduced. 

It's called _fundamentals_
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July 26, 2016, 05:42:57 PM
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420-500 is the target imo.


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July 26, 2016, 06:39:40 PM
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Miners would not be selling below their mining costs.  Supply would be reduced. 

The would not sell, or they would not mine?
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July 27, 2016, 12:00:21 AM
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[conspiracy mode]

Looks like "They" want some hardfork in Bitcoin by doing it in ETH.

https://mobile.twitter.com/brian_armstrong/status/755853907654356993

ETH price goes down hard while it has majority of power. And ETC price doing versa up, while ETC fork has 10% of power. Miners support ETH while speculants - ETC. ETH schizophrenia is in progress. I think "They" want to make some expirement with Bitcoin. They were almost succeed with it with Mike Hearn. But community kicked them out.

Who are "Them"? I think its a some group of big ppl wanted to watch what happens with Bitcoin nightmare - hardfork. Of course those Armstrongs and Hearns are just puppets.

This explains why ETH got so much sociaty and media attention last months. It's a trojan horse preparing Bitcoin for hardfork. They took control of ETH, made an enourmous PR, fuck it up and now what? - "Look! It's safe!". Why else coinbase suddenly starts to support just forked ETH chain?

I think someone needs to kidnap Armstrong & Hearn, put a gun into their mouth and ask "Who do you work for"?.

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July 27, 2016, 12:26:59 AM
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I think someone needs to kidnap Armstrong & Hearn, put a gun into their mouth and ask "Who do you work for"?.

You'd probably couldn't squeeze the gun past the fat govvy dick that's already in there ...

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July 27, 2016, 12:29:21 AM
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July 27, 2016, 01:06:00 AM
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[conspiracy mode]

Looks like "They" want some hardfork in Bitcoin by doing it in ETH.

https://mobile.twitter.com/brian_armstrong/status/755853907654356993

ETH price goes down hard while it has majority of power. And ETC price doing versa up, while ETC fork has 10% of power. Miners support ETH while speculants - ETC. ETH schizophrenia is in progress. I think "They" want to make some expirement with Bitcoin. They were almost succeed with it with Mike Hearn. But community kicked them out.

Who are "Them"? I think its a some group of big ppl wanted to watch what happens with Bitcoin nightmare - hardfork. Of course those Armstrongs and Hearns are just puppets.

This explains why ETH got so much sociaty and media attention last months. It's a trojan horse preparing Bitcoin for hardfork. They took control of ETH, made an enourmous PR, fuck it up and now what? - "Look! It's safe!". Why else coinbase suddenly starts to support just forked ETH chain?

I think someone needs to kidnap Armstrong & Hearn, put a gun into their mouth and ask "Who do you work for"?.

Armstrong said "Success! Ethereum's hard work seems to have gone well. Could still be bugs so far so good."

I laugh at that. In using the ETH/ETC analogy look at what's happening? There are some who still believe that ETC is the real Ethereum. They cannot and would not risk doing the same thing with bitcoins.


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July 27, 2016, 06:58:00 AM
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The immutable proof-of-work chain is the real Ethereum, doesn't really matter that it's called "Classic".

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ETH price goes down hard while it has majority of power. And ETC price doing versa up, while ETC fork has 10% of power. Miners support ETH while speculants - ETC. ETH schizophrenia is in progress. I think "They" want to make some expirement with Bitcoin. They were almost succeed with it with Mike Hearn. But community kicked them out.

I'm not sure miners will support ETHF. Miners support what is more profitable, and if ETC rises, miners will switch for higher profit margins. Sure, some miners had selfish interests in mining ETHF as they were invested in the DAO shit storm, but everyone else will just follow profitability.

I agree regarding speculators: for instance I haven't owned a single ETH, but I was and am willing to support ETC with my liquidity, just because immutability and crypto are indistinguishable. Those who attempt to sever this "holy" tie should be (financially) punished by the crypto community in order to set a perfect example of what happens to those who try.
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July 27, 2016, 07:01:49 AM
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feels like the big short we were waiting for will happen today  Cool
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July 27, 2016, 07:04:23 AM
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I think someone needs to kidnap Armstrong & Hearn, put a gun into their mouth and ask "Who do you work for"?.

You'd probably couldn't squeeze the gun past the fat govvy dick that's already in there ...

rofl +1 Grin

whatever the bullshit them mother forkers come up with next for messing with bitcoin, it's just noise.

fact is it'd be even more concerning if they would not try harder.
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July 27, 2016, 04:06:05 PM
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I'm ready for $420.

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July 27, 2016, 07:42:57 PM
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Haha, Armstrong has failed spectacularly. I've been watching the ETH/ETC drama, and it's far from being a success case. I'd rather call it a clusterfuck Grin It even hardened my stance on those bitcoin phorkers. Go phork yourselves.
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July 28, 2016, 01:35:40 AM
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Haha, Armstrong has failed spectacularly. I've been watching the ETH/ETC drama, and it's far from being a success case. I'd rather call it a clusterfuck Grin It even hardened my stance on those bitcoin phorkers. Go phork yourselves.

whats gone wrong? has ETH price crashed? were the na-sayer forced into somthing they didnt want? where is this clusterfuck?

its all a matter of perception i guess.

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July 28, 2016, 02:06:01 AM
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Haha, Armstrong has failed spectacularly. I've been watching the ETH/ETC drama, and it's far from being a success case. I'd rather call it a clusterfuck Grin It even hardened my stance on those bitcoin phorkers. Go phork yourselves.

whats gone wrong? has ETH price crashed? were the na-sayer forced into somthing they didnt want? where is this clusterfuck?

its all a matter of perception i guess.

its funny because combined marketcap of ETH and ETC is even higher then pre-HF
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July 28, 2016, 06:48:15 PM
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Haha, Armstrong has failed spectacularly. I've been watching the ETH/ETC drama, and it's far from being a success case. I'd rather call it a clusterfuck Grin It even hardened my stance on those bitcoin phorkers. Go phork yourselves.

whats gone wrong? has ETH price crashed? were the na-sayer forced into somthing they didnt want? where is this clusterfuck?

its all a matter of perception i guess.
Clusterfuck is that there are two competing chains, which even haven't been properly severed, with two tokens which are showing strong negative price correlation. One's  perception must be really perverted to call that a success Grin Especially considering that confidence is the most important thing in finance.

I personally think ETC is gonna lose in the end, and it will mean Bailout Buterin and his community won't ever get any of my money for his token. As if anyone cared  Cheesy
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July 28, 2016, 09:38:59 PM
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I dont see 420 happening. But if it does, my respect.
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July 28, 2016, 10:42:31 PM
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Haha, Armstrong has failed spectacularly. I've been watching the ETH/ETC drama, and it's far from being a success case. I'd rather call it a clusterfuck Grin It even hardened my stance on those bitcoin phorkers. Go phork yourselves.

whats gone wrong? has ETH price crashed? were the na-sayer forced into somthing they didnt want? where is this clusterfuck?

its all a matter of perception i guess.

its funny because combined marketcap of ETH and ETC is even higher then pre-HF
Which makes sense, and I'm not sure why the market cap being higher automatically saves the ETX series from being a clusterfuck. The amount of money invested in Hillary Clinton doesn't make her past cleansed because she has a high net worth. Money and value =/= respect.

ETH seems to be having a hard time figuring out what it wants to do with its side chain now, and to be honest I personally see all of this being propped up entirely by speculation. The multitude of chains are just becoming too complex and personally I don't think that Ethereum is going to have a long life if it has to have so many chains going.
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