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Author Topic: [ANN][DOGE] Dogecoin - very currency many coin - v1.10.0  (Read 3097991 times)
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December 17, 2013, 03:04:27 AM
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are we rich yet?

Thanks to BTC, China, hackers, and stupid people we are not.

Price was at or above 70 satoshi/doge sometimes pushing above 100.

Then hackers stole and sold 54 million in DOGE below market value which dropped everything by quite a bit.

China can't use BTC anymore and so BTC is dropping as the Chinese sell off their currency.

This caused an overall market drop for all cryptocurrency.

So now DOGE is at about half of what it was yesterday.

Thankfully though the price stabilized and will likely grow from here.

Though thanks to the damage done to BTC, it may take DOGE a bit of time to pull out of it's slump.

All of this happened at a bad time in DOGE's life.

Until you can show volume proof that the 54 million was sold into the market, qualify it with IMO.  There is no proof or probably capabilities with the limited outlets for the coin to dump that much in 24 hours without being noticed by everyone.  This is just a correction in the market.  The price took a 50% haircut which is a nice Fibonacci Retrace point and is now slowly recovering--key word being slowly.  Also, looking at the short few days charts for DOGE, the Elliot Wave played out almost to a textbook rise and fall.  



There is no proof it was given back either. The person that said he was giving it back was a scammer. He basically said he bought the 54 million and was going to give it back to the community. He was accepting DOGE in exchange for x3 DOGE in return. Only thing is...no one received DOGE in return. Standard Ponzi scheme.

Here's the page where the money was 'found' https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=365902.msg3983966#msg3983966

http://doge.crypto49er.com:9555         http://doge-eu.crypto49er.com:9555
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December 17, 2013, 03:08:04 AM
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 #2942

are we rich yet?

Thanks to BTC, China, hackers, and stupid people we are not.

Price was at or above 70 satoshi/doge sometimes pushing above 100.

Then hackers stole and sold 54 million in DOGE below market value which dropped everything by quite a bit.

China can't use BTC anymore and so BTC is dropping as the Chinese sell off their currency.

This caused an overall market drop for all cryptocurrency.

So now DOGE is at about half of what it was yesterday.

Thankfully though the price stabilized and will likely grow from here.

Though thanks to the damage done to BTC, it may take DOGE a bit of time to pull out of it's slump.

All of this happened at a bad time in DOGE's life.

Until you can show volume proof that the 54 million was sold into the market, qualify it with IMO.  There is no proof or probably capabilities with the limited outlets for the coin to dump that much in 24 hours without being noticed by everyone.  This is just a correction in the market.  The price took a 50% haircut which is a nice Fibonacci Retrace point and is now slowly recovering--key word being slowly.  Also, looking at the short few days charts for DOGE, the Elliot Wave played out almost to a textbook rise and fall.  



There is no proof it was given back either. The person that said he was giving it back was a scammer. He basically said he bought the 54 million and was going to give it back to the community. He was accepting DOGE in exchange for x3 DOGE in return. Only thing is...no one received DOGE in return. Standard Ponzi scheme.

Here's the page where the money was 'found' https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=365902.msg3983966#msg3983966

I did not see that page I guess. All I saw was that link to the 4chan thread where the person said he bought it and scammed everyone.

EDIT: Are people seriously trying to kill the value of DOGE? A sale just went through at 1 DOGE/17 satoshi, about half of the value. I can't assume they were trying to make money that way, so that seems like price manipulation to me.
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December 17, 2013, 03:46:42 AM
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man i walk away from the computer a few hours and THIS happens. Angry
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December 17, 2013, 03:57:22 AM
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http://doge.scryptpools.com is back up and running well.

I know we've been down quite a bit in the recent days but we've taken many precautions to prevent us going down again.

We could use some more big miners, so please give us another shot and you won't be disappointed Smiley


Scrypt Pools had many problems and many coins were lost due to multiple payout problems. I was in over my head the moment the pool went past 500 mh/s. I did my best to keep it running but I failed. I'm embarassed and truly sorry. I will find a way to get enough doges to process the rest of the payouts and reinstate my credibility.
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December 17, 2013, 03:58:03 AM
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Quote

just as an fyi about the China information...(I believe its new information from the last one).

http://www.coindesk.com/china-bans-payment-companies-working-bitcoin-exchanges-sources-claim/

was the reason for the drop in all crypto's today Smiley .

My apologies HaxFactory you may have gotten 1 of them right ;o)

I guess we'll see when/if the central bank confirms.

It's fine there really isn't much substantiated evidence on the 54 million on either side.

Even so when that event happened Doge dropped like a rock.

Keep in mind that was before the China thing.

So whether or not the 54 mil actually was sold, it did affect the value.


After he said that the 54 mill was returned, He sent me the 82k coins I had in there so unless he paid out of his pocket, they were returned to him.

DOGE wallet address:  DSyvezAiSdTjQpcTCDarNftZxw3nvSGFrv
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December 17, 2013, 04:00:21 AM
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http://doge.scryptpools.com is back up and running well.

I know we've been down quite a bit in the recent days but we've taken many precautions to prevent us going down again.

We could use some more big miners, so please give us another shot and you won't be disappointed Smiley



+1 for these guys
As much as I'd love to say "dont mine with them, come mine at gooddoge.com instead!" the fact of the matter is that my pool wouldnt even be up if not for Phonetic taking some time out to help me get it going.

THAT says something about these guys, as far as I'm concerned.  Glad to hear you've got things sorted out!!
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December 17, 2013, 04:08:57 AM
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Scene Dawge alive still? Such curious. Wow.
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December 17, 2013, 04:19:28 AM
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Miners won't ever let DOGE rise above 40 satoshi until rewards decline to 0-500.000... peoples currency. much mining.
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December 17, 2013, 04:27:30 AM
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 Why anybodys doing crap like 0.00001 dogecoin= 0.05btc or shjt like that, please make it seriously, don't mess with our doge anymore...


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December 17, 2013, 04:30:48 AM
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Guys, thanks to your playing with coinmarketcap Doge was delisted Sad http://coinmarketcap.com/
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December 17, 2013, 04:31:50 AM
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Guys, thanks to your playing with coinmarketcap Doge was delisted Sad http://coinmarketcap.com/

I blame the shoddy exchange more than the trolls.  Let's get Doge on more exchanges.  Doge to Mtgox!
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December 17, 2013, 04:34:37 AM
Last edit: December 17, 2013, 04:46:56 AM by rijapega
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 Well I didn't know about Dogecoin until right now thanks to you guys playing in coinmarketcap!
 Such profit indeed haha.
 I hope they list it again.
 I would buy Doge right now if it weren't for the fact that I have been losing money since earlier today (I had been playing with QRK and now I understand the horrors of day trading XD.. Yesterday I had like $1,200 or 1.7 BTC now.. Right now I have $737 or 1.21 BTC ToT)
 Anyway I would love to own at least some thousand of Doges in the future haha, maybe they will make me reach one day.

BTW can anybody explain me how did they play with coinmarket? Is it like wikipedia and users can change it or what?
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December 17, 2013, 05:15:13 AM
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back on coinmarketcap Smiley
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December 17, 2013, 05:22:20 AM
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Well I didn't know about Dogecoin until right now thanks to you guys playing in coinmarketcap!
 Such profit indeed haha.
 I hope they list it again.
 I would buy Doge right now if it weren't for the fact that I have been losing money since earlier today (I had been playing with QRK and now I understand the horrors of day trading XD.. Yesterday I had like $1,200 or 1.7 BTC now.. Right now I have $737 or 1.21 BTC ToT)
 Anyway I would love to own at least some thousand of Doges in the future haha, maybe they will make me reach one day.

BTW can anybody explain me how did they play with coinmarket? Is it like wikipedia and users can change it or what?
No one played with it...
The exchange (CoinedUp) is a bit crazy and registers prices according to the highest ask/bid written by a user and not according to the actual ask/bids, so everytime someone forgot a zero (although he didn't really buy/sell for this price) the charts went crazy.
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December 17, 2013, 05:25:29 AM
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Miners won't ever let DOGE rise above 40 satoshi until rewards decline to 0-500.000... peoples currency. much mining.

It was stable at 70 satoshi for a while and hit as high as 100 at times.
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December 17, 2013, 05:31:39 AM
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OMG!!! He's HERE!!!
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December 17, 2013, 05:35:07 AM
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Miners won't ever let DOGE rise above 40 satoshi until rewards decline to 0-500.000... peoples currency. much mining.

It was stable at 70 satoshi for a while and hit as high as 100 at times.


Good, let them sell them off cheap. When the price goes up to .0001, those that sold cheap will feel like dogepoop.
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December 17, 2013, 05:36:32 AM
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Miners won't ever let DOGE rise above 40 satoshi until rewards decline to 0-500.000... peoples currency. much mining.

It was stable at 70 satoshi for a while and hit as high as 100 at times.


Good, let them sell them off cheap. When the price goes up to .0001, those that sold cheap will feel like dogepoop.

I'll probably buy some more tomorrow. If price goes low enough I'll buy enough to put me at half a mil.
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December 17, 2013, 05:45:14 AM
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We need cryptsy to add dogecoin.  Coinedup is too slow and doesn't seem to have a very good trading system. I placed some sell orders at the exact buy amount and they still have not gone through.  It seems they take the orders in the order that they were submitted but my sells still don't go through.

Also, if you place a buy order that is higher then the current sell it seems to only buy at that price and not everything below it first.
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December 17, 2013, 05:51:56 AM
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coinedup is all f**ked up

doge sad Huh

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