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March 20, 2013, 03:06:51 AM
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I didn't buy since $13.5. I've made a deposit on cavirtex and now I'm wondering what should I do?  Undecided



Be happy with what you have now, we can't all be exceedingly rich, as there are only 21M coins out there, so the price must move in a least expected way.

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March 20, 2013, 03:08:54 AM
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I didn't buy since $13.5. I've made a deposit on cavirtex and now I'm wondering what should I do?  Undecided

Your choice, but I don't think its gonna come down a lot.  Blockchain fork was venting event (to throw off weak hands and idiots that tried to outsmart weak hands like me  Grin ), we had a nice plateau, now we are going up. In log scale we are just continuing the same uptrend.  I could be wrong of course, but I feel pretty darn bullish.  

EDIT: always possible that we briefly retest 50 though.  But I definitely don't think we ll go a lot below that, and I wouldn't place any money on actually going back that much.
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March 20, 2013, 03:17:18 AM
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I didn't buy since $13.5. I've made a deposit on cavirtex and now I'm wondering what should I do?  Undecided


That's tough,I bought in and sold multiple times and still have profited.I think you should wait until a dip as 60 seems kinda high right now.

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March 20, 2013, 03:18:41 AM
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I didn't buy since $13.5. I've made a deposit on cavirtex and now I'm wondering what should I do?  Undecided



i'm thinking of sending some more money myself...
but, what? by the time it gets there i will be buying 75$ bitcoins?  Cheesy     Huh    Shocked  Grin

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March 20, 2013, 03:21:20 AM
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Definitely holding, and waiting to buy more at the next slight drop / plateau.

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March 20, 2013, 03:34:59 AM
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I can name numerous indicators: the price is already way above the hourly SMA 200,  ease of movement is at all-time high(what comes up too fast must come down), ADX is not looking good, not to say the bloody red daily RSI that stays overbought for 2 months and has already performed multiple failure swings, but fucking bitcoin just defies EVERYTHING.

In my 20+ years of trading, new highs essentially make indicators worthless.  One of the underlying assumptions of indicators is they are "bound" to past prices and hence past trading ranges.  That may sound obvious but is not fully grokked by most participants. 

When an index makes new highs, I switch to raw percentage variations.
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March 20, 2013, 04:03:55 AM
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It seemed like a good idea at the time.
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March 20, 2013, 04:20:52 AM
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I would like to remind everyone here to really dive into the technical aspect of bitcoin and learn to secure it if you haven't yet, you may have already become richer and a more attractive target for the thieves than you have realized.

Good point. I could imagine it would not be a good idea to forget your charger at home and give your Android phone with $600 in bitcoins to some random waiters to charge it while you are cycling around the town for two hours. This would be particularly stupid if you were an Android developer with a rooted phone with debugging enabled as this makes the private keys readable plain text for both Spinner and Schildbach clients. Glad I don't know such stupid people Grin

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March 20, 2013, 04:32:42 AM
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btccharts down?

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March 20, 2013, 04:38:52 AM
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I would like to remind everyone here to really dive into the technical aspect of bitcoin and learn to secure it if you haven't yet, you may have already become richer and a more attractive target for the thieves than you have realized.

Good point. I could imagine it would not be a good idea to forget your charger at home and give your Android phone with $600 in bitcoins to some random waiters to charge it while you are cycling around the town for two hours. This would be particularly stupid if you were an Android developer with a rooted phone with debugging enabled as this makes the private keys readable plain text for both Spinner and Schildbach clients. Glad I don't know such stupid people Grin

In fact, I doubt if many people here and out there really spend a bit of time to look at the technicalities of bitcoin,  they will not still consider it useless, or a pyramid scheme.I have seen quite a few in this thread who don't even know they can sign a message to prove their holdings, let alone advanced uses of it, bulls or bears. I am confident that once bitcoin grows to a formidable market size, it will immediately become a ridiculously useful financial tool to a lot of people, doing things that could not even be imagined before.

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March 20, 2013, 04:42:56 AM
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I would like to remind everyone here to really dive into the technical aspect of bitcoin and learn to secure it if you haven't yet, you may have already become richer and a more attractive target for the thieves than you have realized.

Good point. I could imagine it would not be a good idea to forget your charger at home and give your Android phone with $600 in bitcoins to some random waiters to charge it while you are cycling around the town for two hours. This would be particularly stupid if you were an Android developer with a rooted phone with debugging enabled as this makes the private keys readable plain text for both Spinner and Schildbach clients. Glad I don't know such stupid people Grin

In fact, I doubt if many people here and out there really spend a bit of time to look at the technicalities of bitcoin,  they will not still consider it useless, or a pyramid scheme.I have seen quite a few in this thread who don't even know they can sign a message to prove their holdings, let alone advanced uses of it, bulls or bears. I am confident that once bitcoin grows to a formidable market size, it will immediately become a ridiculously useful financial tool to a lot of people, doing things that could not even be imagined before.

and as that time approaches, the price will have to continue to climb. the brilliance of a hard limit on the amount of bitcoins. i may only have 1.25 right now - but there may come a day in my life where i could buy a car - heck, maybe a house - with that. i love this shit.
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March 20, 2013, 05:09:31 AM
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Next week or so will be exciting. Possibly have a new client.

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March 20, 2013, 05:10:55 AM
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Next week or so will be exciting. Possibly have a new client.

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March 20, 2013, 05:27:17 AM
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Next week or so will be exciting. Possibly have a new client.

He is probably the only remaining useful indicator. Grin

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March 20, 2013, 06:24:29 AM
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It is nice to hear from him but there are lots of news articles indicating businesses making "basic operating" purchases of BTC.

When the BTC/USD price jumps 10% for bids of less than $1 million, the news is also an indicator.
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March 20, 2013, 06:25:55 AM
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Looks like it's fun and games again today - starting with a healthy little tumble in price Smiley


This doesn't bode well for a quiet day of sideways!

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March 20, 2013, 06:29:47 AM
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Bears fighting back?

It seemed like a good idea at the time.
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March 20, 2013, 06:30:29 AM
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Wild Speculative Theory #1 for the downtrend:

Some of those with loads on the Bid side see that with no new money coming in today (Japanese bank holiday) and with it not costing much to drive the price down, are seeing if the market can be manipulated down enough to make their big buy cheaper than it was looking yesterday.

WST #2:  Bitcoin reached the highest it ever got to yesterday and this is the beginning of the long and terminal plummet to zero Wink

PS. 6.5 hours into the day and volume is already over $1m usd! (we were over $6m yesterday making it 3rd ATH)

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March 20, 2013, 06:44:18 AM
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WST #3 Europeans who largely stayed out of the game the last couple of days rather than trading blind with the glag (gox lag) are playing the day trading game before the Americans wake up!

WST #4 A significant proportion of the $8m USD odd on the Bid side is that of manual traders (bots can create/delete orders on the fly) and with the US being asleep are not seeing the bargains turning up right now Smiley

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