Everytime you talk about "fundamentals" and "see no reason to sell" or "long-term", this happens. How come? Are you The Manipulator?
This thread is outdated and has nothing to do with the recent crash. I believe in fundamentals and it was again, fundamentals, that lead to this crash. Technicals and published technical analysis only accelerates what is already there.
However I also believe that the market is very oversold right now and it overreacted to the news in a big way. Nothing has happened that would change my long term perspective, not even a little. My position remains the same which is optimistic.
I've never claimed Bitcoin could be stable at this stage, I'm only pissed when people sell for little or no reason other than mass panic. This time around there was actually something to fuel it and thus we had a big crash. Fortunately the news wasn't anything serious which means that we will rebound in a strong way once the dust settles.
Again, there is nothing to see here. From a long term perspective Bitcoin is going strong, albeit it is in the stage of slow plateau of productivity. My only real worry of late has been Bitcoin development and it seems P2SH will soon be implemented so even that worry is likely going to fade.
Personally I'm excited to work on my own Bitcoin product, or actually a whole portfolio of products which will be launched big time in April or May at the latest. The web portal is in Finnish though and marketed to the national market so it's probably not of interest to most here.
To me it's funny how insignificant Bitcoin still is and how it's actually just taking its baby steps and at the same time there are people in this forum who are "throwing in the towel". These people are leeches that Bitcoin is 100% better off without, so I hope they do throw in the towel. Bitcoin is just starting and it needs productivity, not leeching. I would like to know what these people who are "throwing in the towel" have ever done for Bitcoin.