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April 11, 2013, 07:24:20 PM
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trading goes on at the other exchanges ...

Right ... so all it really takes is for one of this opportunists to flood Bitstamp with bitcoins, sell them all while GOX is offline driving the price down to $20, and BOOM! You have massive panic when GOX opens.


hmm , you're saying i can buy coins for $20 in couple of hours at bistamp?

cuz its so hard for the STATE-ians (USA) to get USD onto stamp the price has to be lower


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April 11, 2013, 07:25:01 PM
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The building across from my office looks like a nice place to jump.  Goodbye world.

just kidding I'm fine

not funny man.

You saw INAU posted it. He's one of the non-crazy ones Wink

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April 11, 2013, 07:27:57 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.

PM me, too - I want in on this!
if you are in Canada, will pay $10 for all your coins, and anything under the CaVirtex for a fair amount.

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April 11, 2013, 07:29:03 PM
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As long as people are spending bitcoins to buy stuff from merchants the payment processors need to sell BTC for local currency. If they can't sell on Mt Gox because it's closed for 12 hours they'll sell on other exchanges.
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April 11, 2013, 07:30:14 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


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April 11, 2013, 07:33:34 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


What's bad about it? This is a free market. If people want to go crazy, panic and burn their money they are free to do so. No hand-holding, no welfare state. The fittest shall inherit the Earth.


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April 11, 2013, 07:34:59 PM
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i saw some little trades come up on gox ..


0.03   9 minutes ago   124.90
mtgox   0.11   9 minutes ago   124.80
mtgox   0.20   9 minutes ago   124.00
mtgox   40.87   9 minutes ago    123.40

:-) it's UP  hehe

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April 11, 2013, 07:35:45 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


+1 to this. It WAS going up. It had bottomed out at 112 and there were some big buys happening and an earnest climb back up.
They should have waited for when the whole market wasn't watching in fear as it was lingering at a hotspot bottom. Another questionable decision from MtGox.


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April 11, 2013, 07:36:53 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all

Mt. Gox. is crashing the other exchanges, 6 weeks from now when the 200,000 new users do their analysis they will see the price never dropped @ Mt. Gox therefore it is the most stable exchange.
2 years from now people in the 10,000 post will be arguing whether or not the crash was actually a crash.

*Edit* They are selling all the new coins they got from the lag yesterday. 

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April 11, 2013, 07:37:05 PM
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i saw some little trades come up on gox ..


0.03   9 minutes ago   124.90
mtgox   0.11   9 minutes ago   124.80
mtgox   0.20   9 minutes ago   124.00
mtgox   40.87   9 minutes ago    123.40

:-) it's UP  hehe

the must be doing some testing.

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April 11, 2013, 07:38:55 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


+1 to this. It WAS going up. It had bottomed out at 112 and there were some big buys happening and an earnest climb back up.
They should have waited for when the whole market wasn't watching in fear as it was lingering at a hotspot bottom. Another questionable decision from MtGox.


its gr8! its raining coins everywhere now, buy them out on the cheap and then when mtgox reopens watch what limited supply and high demand does to price

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April 11, 2013, 07:42:18 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


What's bad about it? This is a free market. If people want to go crazy, panic and burn their money they are free to do so. No hand-holding, no welfare state. The fittest shall inherit the Earth.



It's hardly a free market. It is supposed to be but Gox problems create some serious issues that essentially act like chains bounding us all. The lag multiples any fear on the market 100 fold. It flew up to over 1 hour yesterday for a reason. People were scared, couldn't sell at a certain price, price point wasn't hit, set it lower, and then lower, and then lower, trading completely blind. That is idiotic market, not free market. Hopefully Gox will have this fixed now.


 
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April 11, 2013, 07:43:57 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


What's bad about it? This is a free market. If people want to go crazy, panic and burn their money they are free to do so. No hand-holding, no welfare state. The fittest shall inherit the Earth.



It's hardly a free market. It is supposed to be but Gox problems create some serious issues that essentially act like chains bounding us all. The lag multiples any fear on the market 100 fold. It flew up to over 1 hour yesterday for a reason. People were scared, couldn't sell at a certain price, price point wasn't hit, set it lower, and then lower, and then lower, trading completely blind. That is idiotic market, not free market. Hopefully Gox will have this fixed now.


 

The market is totally free. Do you understand the use of an exchange (including Mt. Gox) is optional?

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April 11, 2013, 07:48:50 PM
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A lot of premature bears is selling now. (opportunity)
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April 11, 2013, 07:51:51 PM
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It turns out Mt. Gox. shutting down was a bad idea in retrospect, when they shutdown the downwards lag-crash was about to recover and go up and lag was coming down. Now it's just a crazy free-for-all


What's bad about it? This is a free market. If people want to go crazy, panic and burn their money they are free to do so. No hand-holding, no welfare state. The fittest shall inherit the Earth.



It's hardly a free market. It is supposed to be but Gox problems create some serious issues that essentially act like chains bounding us all. The lag multiples any fear on the market 100 fold. It flew up to over 1 hour yesterday for a reason. People were scared, couldn't sell at a certain price, price point wasn't hit, set it lower, and then lower, and then lower, trading completely blind. That is idiotic market, not free market. Hopefully Gox will have this fixed now.


 

The market is totally free. Do you understand the use of an exchange (including Mt. Gox) is optional?

Gox has 80% of the trading at least on the exchanges. Gox essentially runs bitcoin at the moment. The world associates bitcoin and mtgox as nearly the same thing, all the media currently points to Mt.Gox when discussing Bitcoin. At this exact moment, bitcoin is a more free market then usual since the exchanges are all operating blindly without Gox leading as it always does. When you are off not using the exchanges (because it is optional) try to remember that your BTC gains or loses value almost entirely based on Mt.Gox with all of its bugs, lag, panicing baffoons and 100K of fearful newbs that just rushed into the market. That might change, but it hasn't yet. Gox currently chains the 'freedom.'
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April 11, 2013, 07:54:14 PM
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Attempting to stop the mass panic, suggest others whose words carry more weight write similar posts...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=173629.0

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April 11, 2013, 07:55:04 PM
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Yeah. Gox will come back with 1000 times better engine. Everybody's sell orders will be instantly executed. Price goes to $15.

Only as all sellers are satisfied, do they realize that the trades were actually executed, and they lost the coins.

Then the buyers see that orders go through, and raise the price to $150, which will become a new floor.

After 2 weeks the crash is forgotten except that some made a killing and some made a lot of dough.

As they say, you can't know if the trade was profitable until you squander all the proceeds.

Go to sleep, molecular. See you in 5 hours!  Grin Grin

it's more like in 6 hours from now

thanks for your soothing words.

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April 11, 2013, 07:57:20 PM
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Nice arbitrage opportunities right now... Buy on BitStamp at less than 70 dollars, sell on bitcoin.de for over 80 euros.

why do you think bitcoin.de is higher than the others?

You need not wait for a SEPA transfer with bitcoin.de but can buy, then transfer.

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April 11, 2013, 07:58:11 PM
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Big buy! (relatively speaking)


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April 11, 2013, 07:58:49 PM
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GOX tries to regulate FREE MARKET. ... impossible ... will pay tax(loses customers). If somebody wish to sell $0.01/btc why not ?
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