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December 27, 2014, 05:25:53 PM
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>>Have to say I've been waiting for this, but hold your horses; who knows if it's a trap and we go back to 0.0009

Well not much time passed since "emission was extreme" so i sold half i had. Hope i dont regret it though.
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December 27, 2014, 05:28:42 PM
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Hoping hoping hoping. Half of my XMR is still held at Mintpal though, too bad.  Sad

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December 27, 2014, 09:46:27 PM
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>>Have to say I've been waiting for this, but hold your horses; who knows if it's a trap and we go back to 0.0009

Well not much time passed since "emission was extreme" so i sold half i had. Hope i dont regret it though.


Why did you sell?
Personally I didn't sell - I just was neutral for long and just during the past 7 days I have restarted accumulation. Low price accumulation means lower cost average.
And I am not going to sell until high.
Monero is not high now but too LOW if you consider the long term prospects (long term: 5 years or more).
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December 27, 2014, 10:08:02 PM
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Who pulled the large buy walls at 140,000? XMR was looking so strong just an hour ago

Still a big improvement over 100,000 from not long ago I guess.

Perhaps after the new DB and official GUI so these low prices will be gone forever. Its hard to understand why people keep dumping after every small rally
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December 27, 2014, 11:19:08 PM
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As it seems Monero will gain 100% in just 11 days
17th dec was    0.00091
28th dec will be 0.00182+
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December 28, 2014, 12:07:53 AM
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I was promised that XMR would be at maxcoin levels by BCX...was I lied to? lol  Roll Eyes

Still waiting on that phantom XMR coin-killing exploit.  Roll Eyes

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December 28, 2014, 12:09:12 AM
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I was promised that XMR would be at maxcoin levels by BCX...was I lied to? lol  Roll Eyes

Still waiting on that phantom XMR coin-killing exploit.  Roll Eyes

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December 28, 2014, 12:18:34 AM
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I was promised that XMR would be at maxcoin levels by BCX...was I lied to? lol  Roll Eyes

Still waiting on that phantom XMR coin-killing exploit.  Roll Eyes

Please, the only problem with XMR was that BCX didn't have enough! Cheesy

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December 28, 2014, 02:03:09 AM
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Any good news causes the price up? Shocked
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December 28, 2014, 02:24:19 AM
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Any good news causes the price up? Shocked

Not really.  Best news since the FUD storm was MyMonero.com.  The operators could tell you whether it has seen a lot of uptake coincident with the recent ramp.

The serious good news is yet to come. Wink

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December 28, 2014, 03:09:41 AM
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it's still just a Poloniex coin, with no real treats in software terms, and the secrecy claimed is a falsity. You buy Monero, you leave a trail of transactions involving dollars, bitcoin (or others) just to get it.

The posts have trailed off now, as people have realised it is useless. The shills have moved on, so we're left with a handful of hardcore nutters, desperate to kickstart it.

It seems so desperate.

 

 




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December 28, 2014, 04:05:20 AM
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it's still just a Poloniex coin, with no real treats in software terms, and the secrecy claimed is a falsity. You buy Monero, you leave a trail of transactions involving dollars, bitcoin (or others) just to get it.

The posts have trailed off now, as people have realised it is useless. The shills have moved on, so we're left with a handful of hardcore nutters, desperate to kickstart it.

It seems so desperate.

 

 






I hate also paying 0.0016 for my moneros since I was able to buy some at 0.001 for a while ago.
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December 28, 2014, 04:37:18 AM
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it's still just a Poloniex coin, with no real treats in software terms, and the secrecy claimed is a falsity. You buy Monero, you leave a trail of transactions involving dollars, bitcoin (or others) just to get it.

The posts have trailed off now, as people have realised it is useless. The shills have moved on, so we're left with a handful of hardcore nutters, desperate to kickstart it.

It seems so desperate.

No doubt, people using bitcoin these days need to be more aware of its transparency. In the US, you have Coinbase monitoring your transactions and cancelling accounts if you spend BTC at a gambling site, buy cannabis seeds, or do whatever is deemed unacceptable by the gov.

If we are a hardcore group of nutters, so be it. These regulations will only be the beginning, and it will create a deluge of demand for a more opaque blockchain resistant to financial spying.


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December 28, 2014, 04:38:07 AM
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It seems so desperate.

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December 28, 2014, 05:10:20 AM
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No more <0.001 coins Sad
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December 28, 2014, 05:31:29 AM
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the only desperate nutter is you who missed the boat and left biting nails... also i forgive your idiocy to understand how "useless" it is you think in your empty skull...

it's still just a Poloniex coin, with no real treats in software terms, and the secrecy claimed is a falsity. You buy Monero, you leave a trail of transactions involving dollars, bitcoin (or others) just to get it.

The posts have trailed off now, as people have realised it is useless. The shills have moved on, so we're left with a handful of hardcore nutters, desperate to kickstart it.

It seems so desperate.

 

 




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December 28, 2014, 07:03:01 AM
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In the US, you have Coinbase monitoring your transactions and cancelling accounts if you spend BTC at a gambling site, buy cannabis seeds, or do whatever is deemed unacceptable by the gov.


Is this true? If it is, are they just monitoring transactions out of Coinbase (Coinbase->dice) or further (Coinbase->wallet->dice)?

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December 28, 2014, 07:09:37 AM
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In the US, you have Coinbase monitoring your transactions and cancelling accounts if you spend BTC at a gambling site, buy cannabis seeds, or do whatever is deemed unacceptable by the gov.


Is this true? If it is, are they just monitoring transactions out of Coinbase (Coinbase->dice) or further (Coinbase->wallet->dice)?

I have not experienced this myself, but I have seen some threads on r/bitcoin where someone claims to send Coinbase->someone else->someone known to sell cannabis seeds. && they got banned

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2q90m9/coinbase_is_monitoring_your_transactions_poorly/

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December 28, 2014, 07:16:43 AM
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In the US, you have Coinbase monitoring your transactions and cancelling accounts if you spend BTC at a gambling site, buy cannabis seeds, or do whatever is deemed unacceptable by the gov.


Is this true? If it is, are they just monitoring transactions out of Coinbase (Coinbase->dice) or further (Coinbase->wallet->dice)?

I can confirm with 100% certainly they monitor what you are doing and ask questions not just transactions out but also transactions in.

I don't know specifically what blockchain analysis they are doing, how far down the chain it goes, etc.

There are reports (which I can't confirm) of false positives on allegedly suspicious BTC activity which suggest they are looking more than one hop.
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December 28, 2014, 07:23:24 AM
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In the US, you have Coinbase monitoring your transactions and cancelling accounts if you spend BTC at a gambling site, buy cannabis seeds, or do whatever is deemed unacceptable by the gov.


Is this true? If it is, are they just monitoring transactions out of Coinbase (Coinbase->dice) or further (Coinbase->wallet->dice)?

I can confirm with 100% certainly they monitor what you are doing and ask questions not just transactions out but also transactions in.

I don't know specifically what blockchain analysis they are doing, how far down the chain it goes, etc.

There are reports (which I can't confirm) of false positives on allegedly suspicious BTC activity which suggest they are looking more than one hop.


I can confirm I haven't heard shit from them as I go directly from btc to solid reliable alts.  They don't know shit after that.  They're fast too.  I'll keep using them.
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