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July 24, 2014, 02:39:27 PM
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i'd love to see a multipool thinking with buy walls instead of buying blind.

every shift would give you btc that you usually convert to btcd intantly to pay the miners.

what if the pool take those btc and put a wall xx% (say 25%) under market rate (so we would need a formula to define better how to put those walls)

the pool would tell you your btc balance (in pending orders). If the pool have a big hashrate at some point we would need to buy a % directly and keep that wall creation over time.

example :

the pool is making 1btc per day. We say that a decent wall is x% of orderbook total.

orderbook is 100btc so for 5 days we would be all stacking up bitcoins on the pool; on day 5 we have 5btc; and the market rate is 0.0015.

0.0015 - 25% = 0,001125; so we put our first wall at that rate.

it should be relatively simple to automate that using api i imagine (i'm bad with tech sorry) so if market rate goes to 0.0016 wall would be 0.0012; what's over the defined rate of x% total orderbook; we buy directly.

for transparency the pool would have to show pending orders (api call = ez ?) instead of standard payout.

order may be not filled fast; but it would help the price going up.

i'd mine on that kind of pool; tbh i'm only mining now to help the price because i'm holding some btcd; but i will run soon just because it's always less profitable to mine on multipools than to trade yourself.

we could obv beta test on a dedicated port; so miners don't feel screwed if they don't like the ideas.

now gimme feedback plz  Smiley

this seems to be a very good idea.
i'm ready to try it, if a dedicated mining port is opened.  Grin

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July 24, 2014, 02:41:38 PM
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cool; we would be 2 on that pool Cheesy AWESOME
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July 24, 2014, 02:52:05 PM
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i'd love to see a multipool thinking with buy walls instead of buying blind.

every shift would give you btc that you usually convert to btcd intantly to pay the miners.

what if the pool take those btc and put a wall xx% (say 25%) under market rate (so we would need a formula to define better how to put those walls)

the pool would tell you your btc balance (in pending orders). If the pool have a big hashrate at some point we would need to buy a % directly and keep that wall creation over time.

example :

the pool is making 1btc per day. We say that a decent wall is x% of orderbook total.

orderbook is 100btc so for 5 days we would be all stacking up bitcoins on the pool; on day 5 we have 5btc; and the market rate is 0.0015.

0.0015 - 25% = 0,001125; so we put our first wall at that rate.

it should be relatively simple to automate that using api i imagine (i'm bad with tech sorry) so if market rate goes to 0.0016 wall would be 0.0012; what's over the defined rate of x% total orderbook; we buy directly.

for transparency the pool would have to show pending orders (api call = ez ?) instead of standard payout.

order may be not filled fast; but it would help the price going up.

i'd mine on that kind of pool; tbh i'm only mining now to help the price because i'm holding some btcd; but i will run soon just because it's always less profitable to mine on multipools than to trade yourself.

we could obv beta test on a dedicated port; so miners don't feel screwed if they don't like the ideas.

now gimme feedback plz  Smiley

http://btcd.xpool.ca already puts it's BTCD orders in under the market value. Why pay more when ya don't have to Wink Now that the shifts are defined and set to regular intervals, coins exchanged earlier in the shift are placed the furtherest under market value, while coins exchanging near the end of the shift are closer to market value. I am looking into more sophisticated trading strategies so will bring this to the table, as currently the buys are not stacked up on a specific wall as you're suggesting. The problem is, miners are so skittish, the moment they think something is not right the pull away and go somewhere else, so currently the shifts and exchanging is designed to ensure payments are completed as soon as possible after the shift ends.

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July 24, 2014, 03:04:00 PM
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that's why i said that we could try it with a dedicated port; let's the hashrate decide maybe.

then the goal of the multipool would be 1/put walls 2/pay miners instead of only paying miners.

I think there's a lot of multipool but not much strategy behind; people mining on multipools are usually coin supporter; so i'm on your pool because i support btcd; if I can see on your pool that i have xbtc on orders on bittrex at rate = x; i could check that the wall is here and know that my hashrate is really supporting btcd.

here i'm mining on your pool to help because it is the beginning and i have too few sha hash to trade that myself (i don't want to trade 2$/day Cheesy); but soon i'll leave; as every miner does with multipools.

If you are interested maybe could we think about that on IRC; i won't help because i'm not dev; but I'd mine on that kind of pool; and i would promote it obv.

cheers guys; and gl jl777 for everything etc; i hodl for the best.
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July 24, 2014, 03:10:20 PM
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It's difficult for me to tell, but I get a sense there is a decent amount of accumulation going on.  Looks like we might stay in this range a bit (I think 140k-118k)  I do feel whoever flashed that 20k order last night was just "showing off" and the order was pulled pretty quickly out of fear that someone could of jumped on that order very quickly.  He had no intention of selling.  There is also no way he could even unload all those coins without crashing the price.

The speed at which James is coding and developing I would be very weary of selling/dumping/playing the short game.  People jumped out to go chase other coins for short term profits, but they will have to make incredible gains on those shit/scamcoins in order to jump back in btcd and buy back what they sold.  The order book (selling) is still pretty thin.  Were only 10BTC to 200k and its not really that many coins.  

James is working on so many small pieces together that once the puzzle starts to get put together (which I suspect) is going to be sooner than expected we will see a violent/sharp rise.

Take this time to accumulate what you can.
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July 24, 2014, 03:13:11 PM
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+ there's a lot of nice investment and new tech to bet on those times; so i could see btcd going down for at least one week; i won't bother much as i think i bought cheap enough; i have more orders sitting at lower stages too just in case
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July 24, 2014, 04:15:32 PM
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It's difficult for me to tell, but I get a sense there is a decent amount of accumulation going on.  Looks like we might stay in this range a bit (I think 140k-118k)  I do feel whoever flashed that 20k order last night was just "showing off" and the order was pulled pretty quickly out of fear that someone could of jumped on that order very quickly.  He had no intention of selling.  There is also no way he could even unload all those coins without crashing the price.

The speed at which James is coding and developing I would be very weary of selling/dumping/playing the short game.  People jumped out to go chase other coins for short term profits, but they will have to make incredible gains on those shit/scamcoins in order to jump back in btcd and buy back what they sold.  The order book (selling) is still pretty thin.  Were only 10BTC to 200k and its not really that many coins.  

James is working on so many small pieces together that once the puzzle starts to get put together (which I suspect) is going to be sooner than expected we will see a violent/sharp rise.

Take this time to accumulate what you can.

This coin is good but I think trading, especially on Bittrex is rigged by the big whale cartels and pump and dump groups..small peeps like me haven't a chance in hell to profit from anything. I have lost like 1 btc just seeing the price go down in 2 days and like you said if I move out of it now and go in other coins cost to get back will be more so am staying put and bagholding my losses. I believe this coin is good but have kinda given up on day trading now. Smiley.

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July 24, 2014, 04:34:29 PM
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It's difficult for me to tell, but I get a sense there is a decent amount of accumulation going on.  Looks like we might stay in this range a bit (I think 140k-118k)  I do feel whoever flashed that 20k order last night was just "showing off" and the order was pulled pretty quickly out of fear that someone could of jumped on that order very quickly.  He had no intention of selling.  There is also no way he could even unload all those coins without crashing the price.

The speed at which James is coding and developing I would be very weary of selling/dumping/playing the short game.  People jumped out to go chase other coins for short term profits, but they will have to make incredible gains on those shit/scamcoins in order to jump back in btcd and buy back what they sold.  The order book (selling) is still pretty thin.  Were only 10BTC to 200k and its not really that many coins.  

James is working on so many small pieces together that once the puzzle starts to get put together (which I suspect) is going to be sooner than expected we will see a violent/sharp rise.

Take this time to accumulate what you can.

This coin is good but I think trading, especially on Bittrex is rigged by the big whale cartels and pump and dump groups..small peeps like me haven't a chance in hell to profit from anything. I have lost like 1 btc just seeing the price go down in 2 days and like you said if I move out of it now and go in other coins cost to get back will be more so am staying put and bagholding my losses. I believe this coin is good but have kinda given up on day trading now. Smiley.

There are several pumps going on right now on bitttrex so there won't be volume for btcd while this is going on, I'm going to wait all of this out because I don't have the time or patients to compete with shitty ping pong bots. And right now we should be happy with the price.
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July 24, 2014, 04:37:03 PM
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It's difficult for me to tell, but I get a sense there is a decent amount of accumulation going on.  Looks like we might stay in this range a bit (I think 140k-118k)  I do feel whoever flashed that 20k order last night was just "showing off" and the order was pulled pretty quickly out of fear that someone could of jumped on that order very quickly.  He had no intention of selling.  There is also no way he could even unload all those coins without crashing the price.

The speed at which James is coding and developing I would be very weary of selling/dumping/playing the short game.  People jumped out to go chase other coins for short term profits, but they will have to make incredible gains on those shit/scamcoins in order to jump back in btcd and buy back what they sold.  The order book (selling) is still pretty thin.  Were only 10BTC to 200k and its not really that many coins. 

James is working on so many small pieces together that once the puzzle starts to get put together (which I suspect) is going to be sooner than expected we will see a violent/sharp rise.

Take this time to accumulate what you can.

This coin is good but I think trading, especially on Bittrex is rigged by the big whale cartels and pump and dump groups..small peeps like me haven't a chance in hell to profit from anything. I have lost like 1 btc just seeing the price go down in 2 days and like you said if I move out of it now and go in other coins cost to get back will be more so am staying put and bagholding my losses. I believe this coin is good but have kinda given up on day trading now. Smiley.
There are p n d coin, and there are trading asset. Btcd is an asset. Don't give up on trading, the experience you get makes you a better trader in future it simply like failling forward. Just make sure you are trading with what you can afford to lose.
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July 24, 2014, 04:45:32 PM
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It's difficult for me to tell, but I get a sense there is a decent amount of accumulation going on.  Looks like we might stay in this range a bit (I think 140k-118k)  I do feel whoever flashed that 20k order last night was just "showing off" and the order was pulled pretty quickly out of fear that someone could of jumped on that order very quickly.  He had no intention of selling.  There is also no way he could even unload all those coins without crashing the price.

The speed at which James is coding and developing I would be very weary of selling/dumping/playing the short game.  People jumped out to go chase other coins for short term profits, but they will have to make incredible gains on those shit/scamcoins in order to jump back in btcd and buy back what they sold.  The order book (selling) is still pretty thin.  Were only 10BTC to 200k and its not really that many coins. 

James is working on so many small pieces together that once the puzzle starts to get put together (which I suspect) is going to be sooner than expected we will see a violent/sharp rise.

Take this time to accumulate what you can.

This coin is good but I think trading, especially on Bittrex is rigged by the big whale cartels and pump and dump groups..small peeps like me haven't a chance in hell to profit from anything. I have lost like 1 btc just seeing the price go down in 2 days and like you said if I move out of it now and go in other coins cost to get back will be more so am staying put and bagholding my losses. I believe this coin is good but have kinda given up on day trading now. Smiley.
There are p n d coin, and there are trading asset. Btcd is an asset. Don't give up on trading, the experience you get makes you a better trader in future it simply like failling forward. Just make sure you are trading with what you can afford to lose.
Nah three months I should have learned something lol..Whether asset or p n d whales don't care, theyw ant their daily btc and out for next coin. Since it went on Poloniex the price now is crashing..I can't evens ell now without incurring heayy losses so am holding, with the hope things will get better few months down the line. I am NOT selling this good coin cheap to the whale groups.

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July 24, 2014, 04:55:20 PM
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July 24, 2014, 05:00:34 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....
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July 24, 2014, 05:07:03 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.
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July 24, 2014, 05:08:08 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.
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July 24, 2014, 05:10:07 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.

so your faith was only in the price??
If it's in the coin and devs then the price won't matter.
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July 24, 2014, 05:11:27 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.

so your faith was only in the price??
If it's in the coin and devs then the price won't matter.

Nope, this shows that it is not well controlled, one Fuc*** could come with 10 BTC and screw it.
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July 24, 2014, 05:12:15 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.

lol thats funny, most serious investors would be happy that someones bot has dropped the price so low. It's going back up today, then you will see more FUD.
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July 24, 2014, 05:14:39 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.

lol thats funny, most serious investors would be happy that someones bot has dropped the price so low. It's going back up today, then you will see more FUD.

no one is fudding here?
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July 24, 2014, 05:15:24 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.

lol thats funny, most serious investors would be happy that someones bot has dropped the price so low. It's going back up today, then you will see more FUD.

no one is fudding here?

I know it will go up for sure, but it will come down again, pumps and dumps would continue, that is where i said not well controlled.
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July 24, 2014, 05:17:04 PM
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Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.

Should have sold it, had so much faith in BTCD.

so your faith was only in the price??
If it's in the coin and devs then the price won't matter.

Nope, this shows that it is not well controlled, one Fuc*** could come with 10 BTC and screw it.

Same shit, price dropping, all coins are same....

you mean controlled by none ?

yup; that was the primary goal of those currencies.
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