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May 24, 2018, 04:47:56 AM
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8,214.97744 BTC was transfered to 1LncfoCX1yzuiW3hzejarvgZ1WahnAQ4o4 from MTGox BTC cold wallets on 2018-5-10,  today about 2070 BTC of them is transfered to 3DzSVk4veMCkNbNT9CdETeE26uWxmNbBnD, it looks like an exchange hot wallet. Whose wallet is this?
can someone tell me MTGox BTC was sold to which exchange in last two years?

Maybe this selling of MTGox of bulk of  btc in the market  is the reason now,why should the price value of btc is consecutive dropping,and I thinks this is the reason why should we can feel always dumping of all price value now,its always in red flags especially bitcoin,because it's have a large stock in one exchange market of bitcoin and the domino effect of this last two years happen,we feel it now,actualy this is only my speculation correct me if I'm wrong.

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May 24, 2018, 06:08:39 AM
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"MTGox is selling" is just a new kind of FUD, and some people are trying  to manipulate the market with this FUD. They want other people to panic and sell their coins low, so manipulators can buy them and sell later. People shouldn't care about minor news, it's a good way to lose money if you trade by reacting to them, instead people should have a good long term strategy that ignores minor fluctuations. Time has proven that all these hacks, government bans and other stuff doesn't matter in the long run, so people should never panic on this market.

But is it proven that it is "not FUD" though? If coins from the trustee's wallet truly moved then what do you believe was he doing besides selling those coins? Plus how would you explain the dump in the exchanges?

At any rate, buy the dip. Cool

one word: Panic

the cause of the panic has never been important. it can be anything and it changes every now and then. for example around $14k until $9k the panic was because of a lot of FUD saying "{blank} banned bitcoin". the {blank} was a lot of things including Facebook,... and different countries. I even heard "Japan banned bitcoin" among them Cheesy
before that, last year around $3k-$5k it was the "anybody can spend your coins because of SegWit" FUD.
before than it was "bitcoin is gonna split and die" FUD
among these there were all the spam attacks against bitcoin and the scaling drama.
before that around $1800-$2500 it was "Bitfinex is pumping bitcoin, tether is the only reason it is rising" FUD
before that around $1200 it was the "bitcoin is a bubble" FUD and "this is like 2013" FUD.
before that around $700 it was "Bifinex got hacked and hacker is dumping all the coins" FUD
before that it was "China banned bitcoin" FUD.
before that it was "Bitcoin is a Ponzi scheme" FUD.
before that around $20 it was "bitcoin is a bubble" FUD

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each of these caused panic and investors dumped their bitcoin and caused the crash not any imaginary dump by one person like the Mt Gox trustee in this case.

All that then makes a stronger reasoning for making "buy the dip" a very practical trading strategy for Bitcoin. Plus it is a good store of value, why would anyone like to day trade it?


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May 24, 2018, 06:36:40 AM
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8,214.97744 BTC was transfered to 1LncfoCX1yzuiW3hzejarvgZ1WahnAQ4o4 from MTGox BTC cold wallets on 2018-5-10,  today about 2070 BTC of them is transfered to 3DzSVk4veMCkNbNT9CdETeE26uWxmNbBnD, it looks like an exchange hot wallet. Whose wallet is this?
can someone tell me MTGox BTC was sold to which exchange in last two years?
People are getting used to this gimmick by MTGox since the beginning of this year they (MTGox) had been dumping huge amount of bitcoin into the market thus causing "FUD" however its seems the impact is not being felt in the recent times as more hodlers are unperturbed their actions.

gradually people will get used to it, they will not sell it cheaply, people will not be
consumed an uncertain issue that will decrease the bitcoin price,

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May 24, 2018, 07:12:42 AM
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So now that the market is dropping again at the same time of this apparent movement of the coins owned by Mt Gox, are we gonna go through this madness of people selling a lot of their coins every time they make any sort of movement of every BTC they have? Plus with the market feeling the effects of the impending regulations, how long will this downtrend last this time?
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May 24, 2018, 09:37:30 AM
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Yes, I totally agree with you that MT Gox has sold many BTC and this is certainly the main reason for the dumping of price. They have still many BTC in their wallets and they continue selling in the future

                                                                               
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May 24, 2018, 09:42:08 AM
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This is one major FUD the martket has been suffering from. With time MTGox selling Bitcoin won't matter anymore. As long as there are people buying the bitcoins then we are all in business.


8,214.97744 BTC was transfered to 1LncfoCX1yzuiW3hzejarvgZ1WahnAQ4o4 from MTGox BTC cold wallets on 2018-5-10,  today about 2070 BTC of them is transfered to 3DzSVk4veMCkNbNT9CdETeE26uWxmNbBnD, it looks like an exchange hot wallet. Whose wallet is this?
can someone tell me MTGox BTC was sold to which exchange in last two years?
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July 13, 2018, 09:47:46 AM
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I have found some info that this BTC was selling through Bitfinex
But not sure about it
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July 13, 2018, 10:51:20 AM
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the news I know is 16000 BTC moved from MTGox to another adress, and only 162.106 BTC left.

no other information that explains the purpose of BTC submission.

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July 15, 2018, 09:59:04 AM
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They want others to panic and sell their coins low, so the manipulator can buy them and sell them afterwards. Time has proven that all these hacks, government bans and other stuff are not important in the long run, so people should never panic in this market. Just like how Bill Gates did, after shortening there was news covering his selling bitcoin. Yes it replenishes the supply to the market but we all are tired of the same news spreading FUD to the community.
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August 03, 2018, 01:32:54 PM
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I have found some info that this BTC was selling through Bitfinex
But not sure about it
Thank you
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