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October 31, 2014, 05:19:40 AM
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why the price inarease $15 yesterday?
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October 31, 2014, 06:56:41 AM
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why the price inarease $15 yesterday?
I guess Moolah got spooked trying to cash out all that coinage.

Or perhaps the con-man behind Bitcoin-trader.biz finally ran out of his Ponzi scheme coins.  Maybe Fat ass Karpeles fell down and broke his crown and can't sell bitcoins no mo!

*Hopefully all of the above

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November 01, 2014, 03:46:02 PM
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why the price inarease $15 yesterday?
I guess Moolah got spooked trying to cash out all that coinage.

Lol .. Mainstream media won't give a damn. Moolah hogs 5000+ btc and probably should now be dumping, its weird to see growth in price. Bitcoin Trader and Moolah went down at the same time so Bitcoin Trader should dump their stake too.

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December 14, 2014, 01:21:29 AM
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If it comes in a flash crash, that be better than slow death. Plus we spring back with flash. Maybe skyrocket!

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December 14, 2014, 01:39:01 AM
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Hello i just want to share an idea and hear feedback, i must have been said here before but neverthless:

Is looking on blockchain (or similiar sites) and monitoring incoming huge ammounts of BTC to the accounts of major exchanges (bitstamp, bitfinex, those chinesse ones etc.) a good way for predicting a flat crash...? I got a "hint" that some of the more experienced users might do so... As far as i know, major exchanges have only limited and probably by this time well known bitcoin adresses, so if someone monitors them on blockchain and seesa  huge ammount of incoming BTC to these adress (thousand of btc for example), that might be quite a good indication that the exchange is heading for a major flash crash...

Is this basic idea a good way for predicting flash crashes of BTC price?

It might mean something, but the person might just be transferring funds.
An if he doesn't sell, you could just be standing there with all coins sold, without anything happening to the price.
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