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March 19, 2013, 12:46:07 PM
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Apologies - I just put a 36GBP header to that!  BTW, now 36.5!

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March 19, 2013, 01:08:57 PM
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March 19, 2013, 01:57:34 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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March 19, 2013, 01:58:20 PM
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March 19, 2013, 02:02:25 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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Thanks!

It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

Yup.  I like the fact that he changed his graphs so that now the bid sum /ask sum is shown too.  I had written a script in the meantime to get the data myself, but its much nicer to have the historic data in a nice graph.
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March 19, 2013, 02:10:02 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

I made this observation about four hours ago showing the bitcoinx.com one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85687.msg1641307#msg1641307 (not that I'm saying you are obliged to read through the whole thread from last time you looked!) and it appears both charts look the same to me.  What I'm wondering is whether either/both go with live data or do they need to be updated - in which case how current are they does anybody know?

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March 19, 2013, 02:13:03 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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Thanks!

It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

I made this observation about four hours ago showing the bitcoinx.com one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85687.msg1641307#msg1641307 (not that I'm saying you are obliged to read through the whole thread from last time you looked!) and it appears both charts look the same to me.  What I'm wondering is whether either/both go with live data or do they need to be updated - in which case how current are they does anybody know?

Its up to date, I checked for myself about an hour ago.
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March 19, 2013, 02:23:28 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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Thanks!

It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

I made this observation about four hours ago showing the bitcoinx.com one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85687.msg1641307#msg1641307 (not that I'm saying you are obliged to read through the whole thread from last time you looked!) and it appears both charts look the same to me.  What I'm wondering is whether either/both go with live data or do they need to be updated - in which case how current are they does anybody know?

Its up to date, I checked for myself about an hour ago.

Thank you.  And yes, it does look like it's dynamically updating in contrast to the bitcoinx.com one which doesn't.


...and appears to be holding out despite the volume of trading at over $8m.  I wonder if that's more because of sellers putting their proceeds straight back on the order book lower or because of new money coming in that has yet to take the plunge?  I guess this question is one about which we can only speculate - along the question: how much new money never gets onto the orderbook because people buy at market (either straight away or after waiting and hoping for a dip)?  In other words how much USD is off book?

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March 19, 2013, 02:26:37 PM
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Bitstamp at over $56 now

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March 19, 2013, 02:28:39 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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Thanks!

It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

I made this observation about four hours ago showing the bitcoinx.com one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85687.msg1641307#msg1641307 (not that I'm saying you are obliged to read through the whole thread from last time you looked!) and it appears both charts look the same to me.  What I'm wondering is whether either/both go with live data or do they need to be updated - in which case how current are they does anybody know?

Its up to date, I checked for myself about an hour ago.

Thank you.  And yes, it does look like it's dynamically updating in contrast to the bitcoinx.com one which doesn't.


...and appears to be holding out despite the volume of trading at over $8m.  I wonder if that's more because of sellers putting their proceeds straight back on the order book lower or because of new money coming in that has yet to take the plunge?  I guess this question is one about which we can only speculate - along the question: how much new money never gets onto the orderbook because people buy at market (either straight away or after waiting and hoping for a dip)?  In other words how much USD is off book?

Much more money is off book, this I am sure.

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March 19, 2013, 02:30:11 PM
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chip, chip, chip... less than 1k left under $55 Smiley

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March 19, 2013, 02:30:17 PM
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Is there anywhere on the web that I can see older trades than what I can see here:
http://bitcoincharts.com/markets/mtgoxUSD_trades.html

What I would like to have was a list for all MtGox trades for say the last 2 hours.

I'm aware of that I can pull the orderbook off MtGox, but then I need to process it before it's 'human readable', so I was just wondering if anyone knew of a website that provided some more extensive trade information ?
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March 19, 2013, 02:33:05 PM
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My body is ready for $56.

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March 19, 2013, 02:34:57 PM
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here comes the next wave!

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March 19, 2013, 02:35:04 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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Thanks!

It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

I made this observation about four hours ago showing the bitcoinx.com one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85687.msg1641307#msg1641307 (not that I'm saying you are obliged to read through the whole thread from last time you looked!) and it appears both charts look the same to me.  What I'm wondering is whether either/both go with live data or do they need to be updated - in which case how current are they does anybody know?

Its up to date, I checked for myself about an hour ago.

Thank you.  And yes, it does look like it's dynamically updating in contrast to the bitcoinx.com one which doesn't.


...and appears to be holding out despite the volume of trading at over $8m.  I wonder if that's more because of sellers putting their proceeds straight back on the order book lower or because of new money coming in that has yet to take the plunge?  I guess this question is one about which we can only speculate - along the question: how much new money never gets onto the orderbook because people buy at market (either straight away or after waiting and hoping for a dip)?  In other words how much USD is off book?

Much more money is off book, this I am sure.

A whole lot of fiat, not so much BTC for sale Smiley

I wonder if we will hit $100 in the next 30 days.

Or more precisely, not so much BTC you can sell without regret. Bears who were well supplied are now mostly out of ammunition, not many early adopters holding large reserves are still surviving, the few left are mostly major stake holders.

PS: I will definitely buy some LTCs if you are right.

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March 19, 2013, 02:36:43 PM
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Bears are in another full route. 

Or maybe bears are actually just extinct at this point?

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March 19, 2013, 02:38:12 PM
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Where does one get the images of current bids vs. amount btc for sale? I have forgotten.

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Thanks!

It's amazing.  The bid USD is still above 8mil while the amount of BTC for sale has been cut cleanly in half.

I made this observation about four hours ago showing the bitcoinx.com one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85687.msg1641307#msg1641307 (not that I'm saying you are obliged to read through the whole thread from last time you looked!) and it appears both charts look the same to me.  What I'm wondering is whether either/both go with live data or do they need to be updated - in which case how current are they does anybody know?

Its up to date, I checked for myself about an hour ago.

Thank you.  And yes, it does look like it's dynamically updating in contrast to the bitcoinx.com one which doesn't.


...and appears to be holding out despite the volume of trading at over $8m.  I wonder if that's more because of sellers putting their proceeds straight back on the order book lower or because of new money coming in that has yet to take the plunge?  I guess this question is one about which we can only speculate - along the question: how much new money never gets onto the orderbook because people buy at market (either straight away or after waiting and hoping for a dip)?  In other words how much USD is off book?

Much more money is off book, this I am sure.

A whole lot of fiat, not so much BTC for sale Smiley

I wonder if we will hit $100 in the next 30 days.

Or more precisely, not so much BTC you can sell without regret. Bears who were well supplied are now mostly out of ammunition, not many early adopters holding large reserves are still surviving, the few left are mostly major stake holders.

Even still, someone who bought say 100k BTC for $100 in 2010 is doing very well now, even if he sold off at $30 or $40. Could he have done better? Sure. But to change $100 to millions in the course of 2 or 3 years? You have to see the bigger picture.

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March 19, 2013, 02:42:16 PM
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Bears are in another full route. 

Or maybe bears are actually just extinct at this point?
There's less and less cries of it being a bubble for a good reason.

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