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April 04, 2013, 06:16:21 PM
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bitfloor? are you guys serious... this guy's is in massive debt if I'm not mistaken.
My interest is in buying Bitcoins, not trading, so normally they are the quickest and most cost efficient way of doing so, even better than Bitinstant-> Mt Gox.

Except when their cash payment processor has problems with the bank and can't process deposits for over 24 hours.
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April 04, 2013, 06:18:06 PM
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This will sort itself out in time if Bitcoin is worth a damn. Trying to force things will probably result in unintended consequences (and somebody taking your money).

things are already being forced... I think this volatile market will scare many away/.. once the hype dies down the short term guys will get out causing a temporary decrease in price as it restabalizes

The volatility also attracts many new people (see my story "a couple" of pages back about a trader-type friend getting all hyped-up looking at clarkmoody). So expect bull pressure during the week after the next one (April 15th).



I agree in the short term, that's why I'm all in.... but the new people volatility attracts are in it to make some quick fiat, not invest long term in BTC
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April 04, 2013, 06:19:16 PM
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Someone was keeping the lid on at 132$ but it just popped Cheesy
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April 04, 2013, 06:20:13 PM
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NEW THEORY:  Someone is determined to get a grey candle for today.

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April 04, 2013, 06:21:57 PM
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Well my bot hasn't been able to connect for the last 20 minutes (I can't even get my open orders...), anyone else having any luck?

you knwo what's funny: my client takes a long time to connect to the socket.io feed (1-5 minutes) and subsequently get delivered a rush of trades that seem to have been stuck.

I think prolexic is screwing things up.


Well if nothing else, this DDOS is making me handle Http error codes properly in my bot and making it a lot more robust.

Just curious what language/middleware you're using for yours? Mine is written in Java with XChange middleware.

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April 04, 2013, 06:23:05 PM
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I don't care much about the fiat gateway capabilities tbh. This is just my trading account, in case I want to cash out fiat (doesn't happen much) I just shove up 2 x the trading fee and use another exchange of choice.

considering bitcoin-24.

If you only want to cash out BTC, then I'm a fan of BTC-E.

Why would you cash out at BTC-E where the BTC sells for $5-10 less than some other places?

Don't get me wrong BTC-E is my main exchange, just curious
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April 04, 2013, 06:28:18 PM
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MtGox takes forever to load Sad

I love gox for security and I loved it for the USD-codes. The USD-codes are a thing of the past start April 10th.

I'm keeping 50% of my trading balance at mtgox and moved 30% over to bitstamp. Don't know where to put the other 20%... suggestions?


If fiat EUR: bitcoin-24, If USD: Bitfloor.

I don't care much about the fiat gateway capabilities tbh. This is just my trading account, in case I want to cash out fiat (doesn't happen much) I just shove up 2 x the trading fee and use another exchange of choice.

considering bitcoin-24.



Not because of the gateway... but USD liquidity is horrible on bitcoin-24. SO its only good for trading EUR/BTC.
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April 04, 2013, 06:31:44 PM
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I don't care much about the fiat gateway capabilities tbh. This is just my trading account, in case I want to cash out fiat (doesn't happen much) I just shove up 2 x the trading fee and use another exchange of choice.

considering bitcoin-24.

If you only want to cash out BTC, then I'm a fan of BTC-E.

Why would you cash out at BTC-E where the BTC sells for $5-10 less than some other places?

Don't get me wrong BTC-E is my main exchange, just curious

I said cash out BTC at BTC-E. Obviously cashing out USD at BTC-E will get you screwed.

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April 04, 2013, 06:56:55 PM
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Not because of the gateway... but USD liquidity is horrible on bitcoin-24. SO its only good for trading EUR/BTC.

Is bitcoin-24 for real? They claim no fees for trades, no fees for withdrawing or depositing BTC and only 1.24 EUR for depositing for withdrawing BTC.

I don't see how they can be paying their running costs.
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April 04, 2013, 07:05:21 PM
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Not because of the gateway... but USD liquidity is horrible on bitcoin-24. SO its only good for trading EUR/BTC.

Is bitcoin-24 for real? They claim no fees for trades, no fees for withdrawing or depositing BTC and only 1.24 EUR for depositing for withdrawing BTC.

I don't see how they can be paying their running costs.


I have no idea how. I use them and they have the highest EUR volume of all exchanges.
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April 04, 2013, 07:26:59 PM
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this week's rise was brutal; it went from 90s right through the 100$, up straight to 147$. It was too fast, so a correction is in place. I wonder what next week will bring. Bitcoin is in news all around the world a lot now, google trends at all time highs. Interest will peak these upcoming couple of weeks, I guess. But it won't last forever.
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April 04, 2013, 08:01:32 PM
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Between 9th January and 1st April we had a daily average of 2.5% growth.

I'd rather see that sustained than get into spiky territory.

This weeks jump was completely too much, too quick.

Traders would of course disagree Grin

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April 04, 2013, 08:24:10 PM
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It was bearish that we could not exceed the yesterday's all time high. The market is overexcited, smells blood, and will get blood. Prepare for a vicious crash all the way to $110, $105 or even touch the magic number that was first breached from the downside barely 3 days ago(!)

LOL, this is so fun to watch the pale faces of traders hitting SELL after a 20% decline, as the next week's incoming funds will again lift us to new highs, and $200 is definitely in the cards, if not before the 15th of the month, then after. You cannot battle against the tide of a century. Just ride it.

Sell now and buy back at $110 if you are smart. If not, don't sell.  Grin

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April 04, 2013, 08:28:28 PM
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It was bearish that we could not exceed the yesterday's all time high. The market is overexcited, smells blood, and will get blood. Prepare for a vicious crash all the way to $110, $105 or even touch the magic number that was first breached from the downside barely 3 days ago(!)

LOL, this is so fun to watch the pale faces of traders hitting SELL after a 20% decline, as the next week's incoming funds will again lift us to new highs, and $200 is definitely in the cards, if not before the 15th of the month, then after. You cannot battle against the tide of a century. Just ride it.

Sell now and buy back at $110 if you are smart. If not, don't sell.  Grin

How'd this post from yesterday get here?

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April 04, 2013, 08:30:06 PM
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Back to where we were before the mini-dump 3 hours ago. The DDOS is still active though, I'm able to trade with the API but still getting a lot of Http timeouts.



Still going up:


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April 04, 2013, 08:43:31 PM
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It was bearish that we could not exceed the yesterday's all time high. The market is overexcited, smells blood, and will get blood. Prepare for a vicious crash all the way to $110, $105 or even touch the magic number that was first breached from the downside barely 3 days ago(!)

LOL, this is so fun to watch the pale faces of traders hitting SELL after a 20% decline, as the next week's incoming funds will again lift us to new highs, and $200 is definitely in the cards, if not before the 15th of the month, then after. You cannot battle against the tide of a century. Just ride it.

Sell now and buy back at $110 if you are smart. If not, don't sell.  Grin

How'd this post from yesterday get here?

The market is so retard it does the same thing over and over again. If today not ATH, the sky will fall and price crash. I will post this every day until we clear $150 and bull market resumes, yiiihaaa...!!!11

Hint: Monday. LOL

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April 04, 2013, 09:18:15 PM
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Yeah,The DDOS is absolutely retarded to be honest.If a bear wants to keep the price low then setup massive walls and let the free market decide,not influence it by this subterfuge bs. Roll Eyes

All articles that I've read so far indicate an interest now amongst larger investors and gold speculators.The price WILL continue to rise because of this,Coinlab,mainstream interest due to reports and almost half of a European continent worrying about their friendly neighborhood bank.

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April 04, 2013, 09:29:36 PM
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Just saying, this looks pretty ridiculous.

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April 04, 2013, 09:37:34 PM
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Just saying, this looks pretty ridiculous.

What are you talking about? This is awesome.

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April 04, 2013, 09:39:48 PM
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I wish there was some way to turn this topic into an RSS feed.

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