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December 03, 2014, 06:13:37 AM
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Now is the time to get them!!!
It will only take one big company /investor to double the price per coin
Also scarcity, increased difficulty mining, increased costs, lost private keys etc etc and then the block Reward halving.....
I don't know why some people just don't "get it"
50-100usd coins is gone, you missed it... Now is the time if you want to buy a ticket for the next train  Smiley
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December 03, 2014, 12:25:52 PM
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Now is the time to get them!!!
It will only take one big company /investor to double the price per coin
Also scarcity, increased difficulty mining, increased costs, lost private keys etc etc and then the block Reward halving.....
I don't know why some people just don't "get it"
50-100usd coins is gone, you missed it... Now is the time if you want to buy a ticket for the next train  Smiley
Chuu Chuu mother fuckers...

Not all trains are going uphill

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December 03, 2014, 01:58:54 PM
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Now is the time to get them!!!
It will only take one big company /investor to double the price per coin
Also scarcity, increased difficulty mining, increased costs, lost private keys etc etc and then the block Reward halving.....
I don't know why some people just don't "get it"
50-100usd coins is gone, you missed it... Now is the time if you want to buy a ticket for the next train  Smiley
Chuu Chuu mother fuckers...

Are you selling tickets for the train then?
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December 03, 2014, 02:03:42 PM
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I always tend to get the impression that people promoting new coins are rushing to this thread and desperately try and promote their latest investment gamble they just put money in. I don't quite see how this is anything vastly different from existing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin still has the biggest traction, acceptance, and best known name out there. That is what actually counts. (Whether this is good or bad isn't mine to decide, though)

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December 03, 2014, 03:14:29 PM
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I always tend to get the impression that people promoting new coins are rushing to this thread and desperately try and promote their latest investment gamble they just put money in. I don't quite see how this is anything vastly different from existing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin still has the biggest traction, acceptance, and best known name out there. That is what actually counts. (Whether this is good or bad isn't mine to decide, though)

Same here - that being said I do trust what Hyena's saying and according to the stats NuShares apparently is doing well over past 2 weeks. I do not invest in Alts other than BTC simply because my margins are way more profitable/consistent/liquid.

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December 03, 2014, 03:15:43 PM
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Anyway back on point;

This guy has done some TA Stuff and thinks it's about to be HAPPENING AGAIN?

What do you guys think of this?

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/bitcoin-market-price-update-bull-market-in-sight/


Been thinking for a while a rally is surely gonna happen at some point, as much as I've been loving the sideways action I know the Whales want to make some cash!

I not a fan of all TA because most of it is subjective and draws on too many assumptions, just know we've been sideways for TIME now and somethings gonna happen either way.

Bitcoin is gonna take many more years to reach stability with respect to price index.
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December 03, 2014, 03:49:00 PM
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Now is the time to get them!!!
It will only take one big company /investor to double the price per coin
Also scarcity, increased difficulty mining, increased costs, lost private keys etc etc and then the block Reward halving.....
I don't know why some people just don't "get it"
50-100usd coins is gone, you missed it... Now is the time if you want to buy a ticket for the next train  Smiley
Chuu Chuu mother fuckers...

Are you selling tickets for the train then?


Nope, I prefer to hodl mine well into the future
You have to get them from some other means
Local bitcoins are recommended though as it's easy
To get ripped off using exchanges ie gox, mintpal etc
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December 03, 2014, 05:04:45 PM
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I always tend to get the impression that people promoting new coins are rushing to this thread and desperately try and promote their latest investment gamble they just put money in. I don't quite see how this is anything vastly different from existing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin still has the biggest traction, acceptance, and best known name out there. That is what actually counts. (Whether this is good or bad isn't mine to decide, though)

Same here - that being said I do trust what Hyena's saying and according to the stats NuShares apparently is doing well over past 2 weeks. I do not invest in Alts other than BTC simply because my margins are way more profitable/consistent/liquid.


I overestimated the NuShares rally. It's not that great if you actually look the order books, they are so thin a mendicant could manipulate the price there. However, the great thing about NuBits is that you can get out of any volatile cryptocurrency whenever you want and not hold dollars in your exchange account or bank account.

I wish Bitcoin was initially developed like that (proof of stake mining and no volatility). Then there would be no stupid ASIC arms race, energy consumption and those news reporters couldn't blame bitcoin for being volatile. Bitcoin is good as a store of value but for everyday purchases it sucks. I predict that in the long term Bitcoin will not be the most successful cryptocurrency. However, in the mid term Bitcoin will conquer new all time highs until its technical limitations start to obstruct it from further success. I'm already hating the Bitcoin-core because it makes my PC so slow, it constantly grinds the HDD, the block chain is currently 31 gigabytes and the wallet software sometimes consumes up to a gigabyte of RAM. In the mean time, Peercoin's block chain is just 420 megabytes. For 3 years I was 10% in prominent altcoins and 90% in bitcoin but now I'm 30% in altcoins and 70% in bitcoin.

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December 03, 2014, 05:37:52 PM
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I have new orders.We go long....

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December 03, 2014, 11:16:41 PM
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I always tend to get the impression that people promoting new coins are rushing to this thread and desperately try and promote their latest investment gamble they just put money in. I don't quite see how this is anything vastly different from existing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin still has the biggest traction, acceptance, and best known name out there. That is what actually counts. (Whether this is good or bad isn't mine to decide, though)

Same here - that being said I do trust what Hyena's saying and according to the stats NuShares apparently is doing well over past 2 weeks. I do not invest in Alts other than BTC simply because my margins are way more profitable/consistent/liquid.


I overestimated the NuShares rally. It's not that great if you actually look the order books, they are so thin a mendicant could manipulate the price there. However, the great thing about NuBits is that you can get out of any volatile cryptocurrency whenever you want and not hold dollars in your exchange account or bank account.

I wish Bitcoin was initially developed like that (proof of stake mining and no volatility). Then there would be no stupid ASIC arms race, energy consumption and those news reporters couldn't blame bitcoin for being volatile. Bitcoin is good as a store of value but for everyday purchases it sucks. I predict that in the long term Bitcoin will not be the most successful cryptocurrency. However, in the mid term Bitcoin will conquer new all time highs until its technical limitations start to obstruct it from further success. I'm already hating the Bitcoin-core because it makes my PC so slow, it constantly grinds the HDD, the block chain is currently 31 gigabytes and the wallet software sometimes consumes up to a gigabyte of RAM. In the mean time, Peercoin's block chain is just 420 megabytes. For 3 years I was 10% in prominent altcoins and 90% in bitcoin but now I'm 30% in altcoins and 70% in bitcoin.

I burned out my laptop hdd downloading the blockchain
But I got a new one for free
Fuck that, now I use multibit, it sync in a few seconds and so simple a child could use it....
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December 03, 2014, 11:19:36 PM
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I always tend to get the impression that people promoting new coins are rushing to this thread and desperately try and promote their latest investment gamble they just put money in. I don't quite see how this is anything vastly different from existing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin still has the biggest traction, acceptance, and best known name out there. That is what actually counts. (Whether this is good or bad isn't mine to decide, though)

Same here - that being said I do trust what Hyena's saying and according to the stats NuShares apparently is doing well over past 2 weeks. I do not invest in Alts other than BTC simply because my margins are way more profitable/consistent/liquid.


I overestimated the NuShares rally. It's not that great if you actually look the order books, they are so thin a mendicant could manipulate the price there. However, the great thing about NuBits is that you can get out of any volatile cryptocurrency whenever you want and not hold dollars in your exchange account or bank account.

I wish Bitcoin was initially developed like that (proof of stake mining and no volatility). Then there would be no stupid ASIC arms race, energy consumption and those news reporters couldn't blame bitcoin for being volatile. Bitcoin is good as a store of value but for everyday purchases it sucks. I predict that in the long term Bitcoin will not be the most successful cryptocurrency. However, in the mid term Bitcoin will conquer new all time highs until its technical limitations start to obstruct it from further success. I'm already hating the Bitcoin-core because it makes my PC so slow, it constantly grinds the HDD, the block chain is currently 31 gigabytes and the wallet software sometimes consumes up to a gigabyte of RAM. In the mean time, Peercoin's block chain is just 420 megabytes. For 3 years I was 10% in prominent altcoins and 90% in bitcoin but now I'm 30% in altcoins and 70% in bitcoin.

I burned out my laptop hdd downloading the blockchain
But I got a new one for free
Fuck that, now I use multibit, it sync in a few seconds and so simple a child could use it....

Works for me

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December 03, 2014, 11:44:08 PM
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I burned out my laptop hdd downloading the blockchain
But I got a new one for free
Fuck that, now I use multibit, it sync in a few seconds and so simple a child could use it....

Works for me

Interesting, but do they have RPCs? If so, are they same/similar to bitcoin-core's RPCs?

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December 03, 2014, 11:52:26 PM
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I always tend to get the impression that people promoting new coins are rushing to this thread and desperately try and promote their latest investment gamble they just put money in. I don't quite see how this is anything vastly different from existing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin still has the biggest traction, acceptance, and best known name out there. That is what actually counts. (Whether this is good or bad isn't mine to decide, though)

Same here - that being said I do trust what Hyena's saying and according to the stats NuShares apparently is doing well over past 2 weeks. I do not invest in Alts other than BTC simply because my margins are way more profitable/consistent/liquid.


I overestimated the NuShares rally. It's not that great if you actually look the order books, they are so thin a mendicant could manipulate the price there. However, the great thing about NuBits is that you can get out of any volatile cryptocurrency whenever you want and not hold dollars in your exchange account or bank account.

I wish Bitcoin was initially developed like that (proof of stake mining and no volatility). Then there would be no stupid ASIC arms race, energy consumption and those news reporters couldn't blame bitcoin for being volatile. Bitcoin is good as a store of value but for everyday purchases it sucks. I predict that in the long term Bitcoin will not be the most successful cryptocurrency. However, in the mid term Bitcoin will conquer new all time highs until its technical limitations start to obstruct it from further success. I'm already hating the Bitcoin-core because it makes my PC so slow, it constantly grinds the HDD, the block chain is currently 31 gigabytes and the wallet software sometimes consumes up to a gigabyte of RAM. In the mean time, Peercoin's block chain is just 420 megabytes. For 3 years I was 10% in prominent altcoins and 90% in bitcoin but now I'm 30% in altcoins and 70% in bitcoin.

I burned out my laptop hdd downloading the blockchain
But I got a new one for free
Fuck that, now I use multibit, it sync in a few seconds and so simple a child could use it....

I never used any other offline wallet except multibit. THe blockchain is simply way too big and takes up a lot of space if you have a SSD thats not huge. I have been using multibit since day 1 and probably will never change. I do not see any other offline wallet that offers any significant improvements
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December 18, 2014, 02:31:24 AM
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I found this thread .. and how now we can comment this now?
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December 18, 2014, 02:33:00 AM
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I found this thread .. and how now we can comment this now?

How now, brown cow? How now indeed.

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December 18, 2014, 02:40:22 AM
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December 18, 2014, 02:41:44 AM
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maybe breakdown under $300 after this week

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December 18, 2014, 02:53:44 AM
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maybe breakdown under $300 after this week

I'm afraid of this .. but what after new year ..?
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December 18, 2014, 05:09:10 AM
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maybe breakdown under $300 after this week

I'm afraid of this .. but what after new year ..?

New ath Smiley
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December 18, 2014, 11:17:05 AM
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We're back to square one. Prepare for fear, uncertainty and doubt. In order to pump ripple, bitcoin must be dumped. I wonder if the XRP pump is actually correlated with the BTC dump.

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