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August 31, 2011, 05:02:22 PM
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...Bruce Wagner.  He's done.  Didn't seem to have moved the markets that much.  (I guess the OP locked the other thread on this issue.)

Checking SA this morning, they seem now to have their sites set on Mt Gox itself.  I gotta think that if they dig up anything there it will be a magnitude 9.1 w/ tsunami for the markets.  But I'm usually wrong on this stuff.

I did take my unnecessary (BTC) cash out of my exchange to minimize the fallout from any eventualities just now.  It's been my  habit but I'd been slacking on it lately.

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August 31, 2011, 05:46:52 PM
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The market is being moved mostly by traders that don't give shit-all about what is important to Bitcoiners. It is just a data stream.

Amen brother! When you look at all the BW drama, you gotta think some people have a nerve to dis traders and speculators.

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August 31, 2011, 06:45:53 PM
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...Bruce Wagner.  He's done.  Didn't seem to have moved the markets that much.  (I guess the OP locked the other thread on this issue.)

Checking SA this morning, they seem now to have their sites set on Mt Gox itself.  I gotta think that if they dig up anything there it will be a magnitude 9.1 w/ tsunami for the markets.  But I'm usually wrong on this stuff.

I did take my unnecessary (BTC) cash out of my exchange to minimize the fallout from any eventualities just now.  It's been my  habit but I'd been slacking on it lately.


The market is being moved mostly by traders that don't give shit-all about what is important to Bitcoiners. It is just a data stream.

Ya, I've always been naturally drawn to the fundamentals camp and away from the technicals one.  Probably explains why I am usually wrong about these kinds of things.

My time horizon on speculations tends to be measured in years.  I'm just bright enough to recognize that I should probably keep it that way Smiley


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My opinion: http://bitcoin-trader.blogspot.com/2011/08/why-do-you-even-care.html

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