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September 14, 2014, 08:24:32 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


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September 14, 2014, 08:39:07 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Back then, at least until 2012, you actually had absolutely blatant manipulation, putting up scare walls and pulling them which was relatively common. Nowadays, it's actually the exception. The markets have become relatively deep (compared to the past!) and much harder to move, particularly when you consider how distributed the exchange volume is nowadays. If you'd been there, you would have probably viewed it the same – ask WA, he's least susceptible to such delusions and even he saw the manipulation.

There's no doubt I attributed the manipulators too much meaning though, particularly in 2012 when there were 50k walls. The manipulators pass with time.

Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Several names still posting regularly on here. Why not rich?! Smiley
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September 15, 2014, 07:11:26 AM
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Manipulators still exist, even last year they were still rampant on BTC-e. Manipulators just need bigger pockets nowadays.

And to the other posters, if you're rich and no longer need to work.....posting on the forum for your hobby sounds like a good pass-time to me Smiley

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September 15, 2014, 07:18:17 AM
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Perhaps Blitz is the manipulator  Shocked

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September 15, 2014, 08:18:09 AM
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It's fun to see how things aren't changed after three years, btw I wish I would be here in 2011...

If you are still here in 3 years i think you will be happy as it is Wink

time to buy!  Grin
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September 15, 2014, 08:24:24 AM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Several names still posting regularly on here. Why not rich?! Smiley

what else would a rich person do inbetween cocktail party and a foot massage? other than read newbies on btctalk and smile nostalgically Smiley

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September 15, 2014, 10:49:20 AM
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Hahah, this necro thread gave me a nice laugh! LOL, thanks!

2011, what a year!

BTW: do you miss Atlas? He was like a diamond compared to today's trolls! : )
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September 15, 2014, 11:48:54 AM
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BTW: do you miss Atlas? He was like a diamond compared to today's trolls! : )


yeah, at least he was intelligent and could respond to a follow up question, unlike the current bullshit spewing automatons.

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September 15, 2014, 11:56:47 AM
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Manipulators now only need 1/100th of what they had to have back then to manipulate.

Society doesn't scale.
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September 15, 2014, 05:03:56 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Several names still posting regularly on here. Why not rich?! Smiley

what else would a rich person do inbetween cocktail party and a foot massage? other than read newbies on btctalk and smile nostalgically Smiley

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September 16, 2014, 08:46:33 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Several names still posting regularly on here. Why not rich?! Smiley

what else would a rich person do inbetween cocktail party and a foot massage? other than read newbies on btctalk and smile nostalgically Smiley

It sucks being a boat miser. Here I am, with barely 1 BTC, where if I arrived a bit earlier, I could be retired myseld and my entire family from this rat race. The only thing I have to look forward is to work, bald and die, being an early adopter could have saved me from this torture. If BTC ever goes high enough per coin to have a life changing impact on me I will be too old to enjoy the benefits anyway (or dead). Im 25, so unless 1 BTC is like 100K in 2034, im fucked, any older than 45 and it's just not the same.
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October 05, 2014, 09:00:43 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Back then, at least until 2012, you actually had absolutely blatant manipulation, putting up scare walls and pulling them which was relatively common. Nowadays, it's actually the exception. The markets have become relatively deep (compared to the past!) and much harder to move, particularly when you consider how distributed the exchange volume is nowadays. If you'd been there, you would have probably viewed it the same – ask WA, he's least susceptible to such delusions and even he saw the manipulation.

There's no doubt I attributed the manipulators too much meaning though, particularly in 2012 when there were 50k walls. The manipulators pass with time.

Now you can all see what the manipulator looked like. But the manipulator back then was even more aggressive.
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October 05, 2014, 09:16:20 PM
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It's fun to see how things aren't changed after three years, btw I wish I would be here in 2011...

If you are still here in 3 years i think you will be happy as it is Wink

time to buy!  Grin

Good call bro, I think you all said that around $800 too! You're making the community lose more money!!
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October 05, 2014, 09:25:59 PM
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It's fun to see how things aren't changed after three years, btw I wish I would be here in 2011...

If you are still here in 3 years i think you will be happy as it is Wink

time to buy!  Grin

Good call bro, I think you all said that around $800 too! You're making the community lose more money!!

in 10 years when the price hits 100,000$ we will look back at this thread and laugh.
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October 06, 2014, 12:05:32 AM
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It's fun to see how things aren't changed after three years, btw I wish I would be here in 2011...

If you are still here in 3 years i think you will be happy as it is Wink

time to buy!  Grin

Good call bro, I think you all said that around $800 too! You're making the community lose more money!!

in 10 years when the price hits 100,000$ we will look back at this thread and laugh.

Im sure bro, People have been saying that all year but we have 11 months of losses. Who exactly is laughing right now?  Huh
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October 09, 2014, 07:59:38 AM
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It's fun to see how things aren't changed after three years, btw I wish I would be here in 2011...

If you are still here in 3 years i think you will be happy as it is Wink

time to buy!  Grin

Good call bro, I think you all said that around $800 too! You're making the community lose more money!!

in 10 years when the price hits 100,000$ we will look back at this thread and laugh.

Im sure bro, People have been saying that all year but we have 11 months of losses. Who exactly is laughing right now?  Huh

People who are patient and don't think so incredibly short term?
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October 09, 2014, 08:08:20 AM
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Blitz, why you such a conspiracy nut? 
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October 09, 2014, 01:19:02 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Back then, at least until 2012, you actually had absolutely blatant manipulation, putting up scare walls and pulling them which was relatively common. Nowadays, it's actually the exception. The markets have become relatively deep (compared to the past!) and much harder to move, particularly when you consider how distributed the exchange volume is nowadays. If you'd been there, you would have probably viewed it the same – ask WA, he's least susceptible to such delusions and even he saw the manipulation.

There's no doubt I attributed the manipulators too much meaning though, particularly in 2012 when there were 50k walls. The manipulators pass with time.

Now you can all see what the manipulator looked like. But the manipulator back then was even more aggressive.
I nominate Blitz for the first Best Necro "I Told You So" Award.

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October 09, 2014, 01:21:19 PM
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Awww, look at puppy Blitz, before he became all callous and cynical about the markets... He even complained about a "manipulator" who's "keeping the price down" ... just like the new noobs are doing now :3


Don't ban me please Cheesy

Several names still posting regularly on here. Why not rich?! Smiley

Because of The Manipulator  Undecided

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