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April 07, 2013, 12:26:04 AM
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Apparently the MtGox queue is over 14,000 now.


are they all sellers?

The logic here is that if you have Bitcoins to sell, you are probably already part of gox.

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April 07, 2013, 12:27:58 AM
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Apparently the MtGox queue is over 14,000 now.


are they all sellers?

That would be a surprise.

I'm wondering what the average investment from these people is though. I'm guesstimating an median of $500 with an average of $1000. $14 million could drive the price up quite a bit.

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April 07, 2013, 12:30:35 AM
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Apparently the MtGox queue is over 14,000 now.


are they all sellers?

Looking to sell their government funny money for BTC probably.

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April 07, 2013, 12:42:16 AM
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did you see the bitstamp wall??? about 1,000 high for 142 ish. but its starting to come down fast. things are going to start shakin up here in a bit
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April 07, 2013, 12:50:52 AM
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long waiting list at mtgox, and for sure not sellers, but people are hesitant to buy when they look at the charts because its... intimidating.

Guess that's also a reason for the consolidation phases... hesitation.

Until the sudden breakthru...


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April 07, 2013, 12:52:02 AM
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I applied to get verified with gox a couple of days ago. My queue number was 14,250 or there about. It's gone down 1k in 2 days and it's the weekend so not bad really.

Only reason i'm doing it now is so it's done, i'm a long term holder but i'd rather do it now and have plenty time to make sure everything is done right than sell in the future and have to wait even longer to receive my funds.

Must be very bullish though, just a couple of weeks ago it was 8k and they hired more staff yet the queue continues to climb

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April 07, 2013, 12:58:13 AM
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I applied to get verified with gox a couple of days ago. My queue number was 14,250 or there about. It's gone down 1k in 2 days and it's the weekend so not bad really.

Only reason i'm doing it now is so it's done, i'm a long term holder but i'd rather do it now and have plenty time to make sure everything is done right than sell in the future and have to wait even longer to receive my funds.

Must be very bullish though, just a couple of weeks ago it was 8k and they hired more staff yet the queue continues to climb
I am positive we will all be pleasantly surprised next week when BTC doubles in price... Or at least those of us lucky to have some coin in our lives Smiley

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April 07, 2013, 12:59:14 AM
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wall pic of mtgox waiting list plz
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April 07, 2013, 01:00:32 AM
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I applied to get verified with gox a couple of days ago. My queue number was 14,250 or there about. It's gone down 1k in 2 days and it's the weekend so not bad really.

Only reason i'm doing it now is so it's done, i'm a long term holder but i'd rather do it now and have plenty time to make sure everything is done right than sell in the future and have to wait even longer to receive my funds.

Must be very bullish though, just a couple of weeks ago it was 8k and they hired more staff yet the queue continues to climb
I am positive we will all be pleasantly surprised next week when BTC doubles in price... Or at least those of us lucky to have some coin in our lives Smiley
The issue here is that I can't deposit more in time. Gox will take forever to process the wire. Unless I try cash deposit, I suppose.

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April 07, 2013, 01:03:24 AM
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wall pic of mtgox waiting list plz

I've been in line since last Monday.



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Edit: I forgot to remove one number, oh well, fiat is for noobs anyway Smiley

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April 07, 2013, 02:54:59 AM
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144.50

Looks like bids are staying just above 12mil while asks are below 55k and sliiiiiiiding down.  Secret Saturday rally??? 

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April 07, 2013, 02:59:15 AM
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super slow secret saturday surprise surge speculation
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April 07, 2013, 03:01:45 AM
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11k to $150 and one moderately large purchase away from an all time high.

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April 07, 2013, 03:04:05 AM
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11k to $150 and one moderately large purchase away from an all time high.

I'd love to hit an ATH on a Saturday.

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April 07, 2013, 03:04:59 AM
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11k to $150 and one moderately large purchase away from an all time high.

I'd love to hit an ATH on a Saturday.

Or even better, a Sunday.

Gains per day avg: 6 hour intervals, last four are Sunday (I think).


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April 07, 2013, 03:07:34 AM
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Get you're bitcoins Sunday before Europe & Asia wake up on Monday, America. Otherwise we'll have another Goxxian failure. I think this Monday will be very big considering all the press we had late last week. A weekend can do amazing things.

Interesting.

On the one hand I'm tempted to keep holding. At my current holdings I'd stand to gain a couple hundred dollars if we shot up more than $10.

On the other hand, there's something I need to buy that I have the money for now (and then some). However, the cost of this item would almost totally wipe out my holdings at the current valuation, leaving me with peharps 1, 1.5 BTC. And I could definitely use the extra few hundred.

Then there's the "Money Flow" thread here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167112.40 which is both extremely interesting, and disturbing. The OP in that thread is predicting a massive coming correction.

What to do?

Note also to myself to read next year: I know the queue at Gox is long and the news are coming faster and faster and I love to look at this chart:
realizing the volume i still growing faster than the price but short term if I wanted to put that money on the table for this long over due thing my family never could afford to buy, I would not risk to never buy it just because I was over confident with bitcoin.

Yes, people post how $$ are increasing and ɃɃ are low but a fraction of all bitcoins would still crash the bitcoin to nothing. Serious bad news could do the same job etc.

In December I had to cash out a bit and tried to cash out to my family and friends as this was second best to hoarding myself. Now when friends ask me to sell them some, I feel like steeling money as we might well drop below the current level for months. I see how some that bought from me before, now start asking how they can turn Bitcoins into fiat again and of course there are speculators just waiting for the peak. Don't miss a chance to buy what you really always wanted. If "being rich" is what you wanted, you will never part with any of your bitcoins no matter how high it goes. With 1.5Ƀ you will be guaranteed to hold more bitcoins than the average human anyway. 500 times the average bitcoin stash actually.

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April 07, 2013, 03:16:12 AM
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We are just over half a million dollars away from hitting an all time high. It looks like this show might get on the road a little bit earlier than I thought it would. Sad part is that I won't have the fiat I need to buy in to the potential $145 rally into my Gox account until tomorrow :|

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April 07, 2013, 03:21:42 AM
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Get you're bitcoins Sunday before Europe & Asia wake up on Monday, America. Otherwise we'll have another Goxxian failure. I think this Monday will be very big considering all the press we had late last week. A weekend can do amazing things.

Interesting.

On the one hand I'm tempted to keep holding. At my current holdings I'd stand to gain a couple hundred dollars if we shot up more than $10.

On the other hand, there's something I need to buy that I have the money for now (and then some). However, the cost of this item would almost totally wipe out my holdings at the current valuation, leaving me with peharps 1, 1.5 BTC. And I could definitely use the extra few hundred.

Then there's the "Money Flow" thread here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167112.40 which is both extremely interesting, and disturbing. The OP in that thread is predicting a massive coming correction.

What to do?

Note also to myself to read next year: I know the queue at Gox is long and the news are coming faster and faster and I love to look at this chart:
realizing the volume i still growing faster than the price but short term if I wanted to put that money on the table for this long over due thing my family never could afford to buy, I would not risk to never buy it just because I was over confident with bitcoin.

Yes, people post how $$ are increasing and ɃɃ are low but a fraction of all bitcoins would still crash the bitcoin to nothing. Serious bad news could do the same job etc.

In December I had to cash out a bit and tried to cash out to my family and friends as this was second best to hoarding myself. Now when friends ask me to sell them some, I feel like steeling money as we might well drop below the current level for months. I see how some that bought from me before, now start asking how they can turn Bitcoins into fiat again and of course there are speculators just waiting for the peak. Don't miss a chance to buy what you really always wanted. If "being rich" is what you wanted, you will never part with any of your bitcoins no matter how high it goes. With 1.5Ƀ you will be guaranteed to hold more bitcoins than the average human anyway. 500 times the average bitcoin stash actually.

Awesome advice, thank you.

And in my case, it isn't so much something we want, as it is something we need -- a new refrigerator, which I could not otherwise afford if it weren't for bitcoin.

I think I'll cash out either monday or tuesday.

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April 07, 2013, 03:30:58 AM
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Get you're bitcoins Sunday before Europe & Asia wake up on Monday, America. Otherwise we'll have another Goxxian failure. I think this Monday will be very big considering all the press we had late last week. A weekend can do amazing things.



Awesome advice, thank you.

And in my case, it isn't so much something we want, as it is something we need -- a new refrigerator, which I could not otherwise afford if it weren't for bitcoin.

I think I'll cash out either monday or tuesday.
I would wait until Wednesday. The price could hit $300 by Tuesday night. I have a feeling we are going to blow through the resistance at $200 and it wont be stopped until around $300. A lot of capital waiting to jump into BTC next week.

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April 07, 2013, 03:32:44 AM
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Gains per day avg: 6 hour intervals, last four are Sunday (I think).



Where is this data from? Is there a trend to this as well? Speculators should definitely prevent kind of predictable 5% moves.

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