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April 11, 2013, 03:50:05 PM
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We're at around 50 Euros on Bitcoin24 now. What do you expect to happen when gox opens? People will hit sell hoping to get a few of the still standing bids with their coins first and it will crash like a stone dropped from a cliff.

Gox closing doesn't seem to help. Some resistance at 100$ could have formed there, this last chance was lost.

Noob,

PPL have been selling btc to a very limited pool of fiat. Look at the market depth on MtGox. There are far more fiat to sustain price of 150.

My guess? as soon as MtGox open, those that bought cheap coins from other exchanges will dump their coins to strong hands on Gox and not moving an inch.


It's true, it will be a good buying opportunity, as are the dipping prices on other exchanges. Buy a couple their, sell them on mtgox into the strong hands that aren't panicing.

These people are already balls deep in bitcoin. Do your own analysis and don't trust a word told to you, nobody really knows anything for sure. It is equally possible that large holders have moved a small portion of their holdings to these tiny markets in order to control the price.

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Each block is stacked on top of the previous one. Adding another block to the top makes all lower blocks more difficult to remove: there is more "weight" above each block. A transaction in a block 6 blocks deep (6 confirmations) will be very difficult to remove.
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April 11, 2013, 03:51:12 PM
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We're at around 50 Euros on Bitcoin24 now. What do you expect to happen when gox opens? People will hit sell hoping to get a few of the still standing bids with their coins first and it will crash like a stone dropped from a cliff.

Gox closing doesn't seem to help. Some resistance at 100$ could have formed there, this last chance was lost.

Noob,

PPL have been selling btc to a very limited pool of fiat. Look at the market depth on MtGox. There are far more fiat to sustain price of 150.

My guess? as soon as MtGox open, those that bought cheap coins from other exchanges will dump their coins to strong hands on Gox and not moving an inch.


It's true, it will be a good buying opportunity, as are the dipping prices on other exchanges. Buy a couple their, sell them on mtgox into the strong hands that aren't panicing.

These people are already balls deep in bitcoin. Do your own analysis and don't trust a word told to you, nobody really knows anything for sure. It is equally possible that large holders have moved a small portion of their holdings to these tiny markets in order to control the price.

LOL try to move any fiat funds between exchange see how that works out for you.
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April 11, 2013, 03:51:20 PM
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Canadian exchange is back up to $100.

Canada holds strong!

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April 11, 2013, 03:52:04 PM
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BTC is going to hit $5 if not lower, as soon as GOX opens. MARK MY WORDS! Already at $70 on BTC-e....

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April 11, 2013, 03:52:42 PM
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We're at around 50 Euros on Bitcoin24 now. What do you expect to happen when gox opens? People will hit sell hoping to get a few of the still standing bids with their coins first and it will crash like a stone dropped from a cliff.

Gox closing doesn't seem to help. Some resistance at 100$ could have formed there, this last chance was lost.

Noob,

PPL have been selling btc to a very limited pool of fiat. Look at the market depth on MtGox. There are far more fiat to sustain price of 150.

My guess? as soon as MtGox open, those that bought cheap coins from other exchanges will dump their coins to strong hands on Gox and not moving an inch.


It's true, it will be a good buying opportunity, as are the dipping prices on other exchanges. Buy a couple their, sell them on mtgox into the strong hands that aren't panicing.

These people are already balls deep in bitcoin. Do your own analysis and don't trust a word told to you, nobody really knows anything for sure. It is equally possible that large holders have moved a small portion of their holdings to these tiny markets in order to control the price.
Yeah, we're balls deep because we know what we're doing and bought in huge when everyone else was panicing at $2.
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April 11, 2013, 03:54:44 PM
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Additionally trading fees will not be charged within 48 hours of trading resuming (until 2013-04-14 02:00am UTC).

from Gox, i can't tell if this is good for buyers or sellers or both.

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April 11, 2013, 03:54:56 PM
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I fckn hate it to be all-in in Bitcoin.
I WANT TO BUY MOAR! RAAAAWR!

Well, this is a bit more action now than I wished for.
If this results in the end of MtGox and a single fat centralized exchange, it may have been worth it nevertheless.

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April 11, 2013, 03:56:23 PM
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Do your own analysis and don't trust a word told to you, nobody really knows anything for sure.

But I know one thing for sure: there are only 11M bitcoins and the number of people wanting some of those is still increasing exponentially. Once these growing pains are fixed and the price starts rising again, you better hold on for another epic recovery.
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April 11, 2013, 03:57:03 PM
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aaaaaaaaaand, bitfloor is down

BTC-e does not seem to be updating

camp bx dark pools between 75 and 95

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April 11, 2013, 03:57:30 PM
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We're at around 50 Euros on Bitcoin24 now. What do you expect to happen when gox opens? People will hit sell hoping to get a few of the still standing bids with their coins first and it will crash like a stone dropped from a cliff.

Gox closing doesn't seem to help. Some resistance at 100$ could have formed there, this last chance was lost.

Noob,

PPL have been selling btc to a very limited pool of fiat. Look at the market depth on MtGox. There are far more fiat to sustain price of 150.

My guess? as soon as MtGox open, those that bought cheap coins from other exchanges will dump their coins to strong hands on Gox and not moving an inch.


It's true, it will be a good buying opportunity, as are the dipping prices on other exchanges. Buy a couple their, sell them on mtgox into the strong hands that aren't panicing.

These people are already balls deep in bitcoin. Do your own analysis and don't trust a word told to you, nobody really knows anything for sure. It is equally possible that large holders have moved a small portion of their holdings to these tiny markets in order to control the price.

LOL try to move any fiat funds between exchange see how that works out for you.


The other exchanges usually have more than just btc. It should be easy enough for someone to exchange to litecoin or some such currency then start buying, if they have the brain for it. & These exchanges already service some large holders- in that case the logic of price propping is the same, and the problem of balance transfers non-existent.

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April 11, 2013, 03:58:23 PM
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I hate people.


lol


btw: btc-e getting busy ... maybe the place to watch? up to 82 atm

edit: yes, btc-china still at 150 but with very low volume

btcchina is dead for long time

why do you say that?
there is trades going on, although with very little volume


They have very little volume because people can hardly place/remove any order. It's effectively dead

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April 11, 2013, 03:59:06 PM
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I hope it hits $1.00.

I will buy for $1 too, if it drops that far.

I can guarantee you that I will buy A LOT if it goes that far.

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April 11, 2013, 03:59:13 PM
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The irony of this situation is that if it were easier to move fiat to the various exchanges through the legacy banking system, there wouldn't be any problem at all.

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April 11, 2013, 04:00:44 PM
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The irony of this situation is that if it were easier to move fiat to the various exchanges through the legacy banking system, there wouldn't be any problem at all.

No that is poetic justice.

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April 11, 2013, 04:02:06 PM
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BTC is going to hit $5 if not lower, as soon as GOX opens. MARK MY WORDS! Already at $70 on BTC-e....

hahahha, good one Cheesy

Why do you laugh. If he is willing to sell for $5, I can save the trouble trying to log into Gox, and buy outright. Currently I can buy outright BTC40,000. PM me if interested.

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April 11, 2013, 04:02:48 PM
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The irony of this situation is that if it were easier to move fiat to the various exchanges through the legacy banking system, there wouldn't be any problem at all.

Agree, I just want to open an account, and deposit with iDeal, or Neteller/Moneybookers.
Instead they use obscure payment options that I've never heard of, what the hell is an OKpay or a liqpay ?? Never heard of them.
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April 11, 2013, 04:02:53 PM
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ooh yeah!  I have my stop loss script working - a day late.

mofos gotta stop selling, seems there's too many coins in the hands of people that bought in at < $30,  others are holding.
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April 11, 2013, 04:03:07 PM
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The irony of this situation is that if it were easier to move fiat to the various exchanges through the legacy banking system, there wouldn't be any problem at all.

Yeah it is frustrating to be unable to buy. I see no way to get funds to any exchange unfortunately.
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April 11, 2013, 04:03:25 PM
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The irony of this situation is that if it were easier to move fiat to the various exchanges through the legacy banking system, there wouldn't be any problem at all.

Well - you think the FED doesn't now that?

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April 11, 2013, 04:03:41 PM
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signs of life

camp bx 85-89

btc-e up to 75

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