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April 14, 2013, 04:38:41 AM
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i feel the market really really wants to run up, but its holding back... Tongue
Hmmm.....The high Mt.gox verification cue and Coinlabs coming on line within the US and Canada markets on May 6th will make for an interesting time I think.

Damn Bitcoin is interesting every day Sad
Just imagine what we would all have achieved if we weren't following Bitcoin every day!!!11

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April 14, 2013, 04:40:45 AM
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i feel the market really really wants to run up, but its holding back... Tongue
Hmmm.....The high Mt.gox verification cue and Coinlabs coming on line within the US and Canada markets on May 6th will make for an interesting time I think.

Damn Bitcoin is interesting every day Sad
Just imagine what we would all have achieved if we weren't following Bitcoin every day!!!11

lol i know
lets just all buy in one last time, and get to work.

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April 14, 2013, 04:45:52 AM
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Hey, just a pleasant reminder for the bears amongst us -

The MtGoX $1000+ verification cue is still growing, even after the "bubble popping."

Just sayin...

Before long, this past weeks' events will only be a blip, and bitcoin will be included in this chart:


(The caption at top is simply mentioning the purpose of the graph, which is to show that new technology can still gain widespread adoption during a recession, and it just so happens that due to the nature of Bitcoin, it becomes MORE attractive during economic downturns.)

BTW, some dumbass bear posted a graph with that shape of trend line, with the caption (pp) "This shit doesn't happen" Problem is, it does. Beware of truisms... they often are not true! Grin
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April 14, 2013, 04:55:14 AM
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Hey, just a pleasant reminder for the bears amongst us -

The MtGoX $1000+ verification cue is still growing, even after the "bubble popping."


they claim 95% is new users but it would seem that all btc or fiat leaving the exchange has to be verified so the queue could be people trying to get out as much as people trying to get in
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April 14, 2013, 04:57:47 AM
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Hey, just a pleasant reminder for the bears amongst us -

The MtGoX $1000+ verification cue is still growing, even after the "bubble popping."


they claim 95% is new users but it would seem that all btc or fiat leaving the exchange has to be verified so the queue could be people trying to get out as much as people trying to get in

People have said that all along, but it hasn't worked out that way so far. The queue was over 20k and growing before the prices even went down.

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April 14, 2013, 05:00:38 AM
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there are already bigger and better trading platforms and exchanges in the pipeline, in a couple of years we'll be looking back and thinking "I can't believe we ever used to trade on  a magic gathering exchange, it'll be like having fibre optic and remembering the good old 56k modem napster days.

Coinsetter certainly looks interesting
http://www.coinsetter.com/
http://blog.coinsetter.com/2013/04/09/coinsetter-to-bring-leverage-and-shorting-to-bitcoin-with-500000-funding-round/

just look at the people investing
"New York City-based bitcoin startup Coinsetter has taken its first outside investment by closing a seed round totaling $500,000. The round was led by Barry Silbert, the CEO and founder of SecondMarket, and Jimmy Furland, a successful London-based tech entrepreneur. Silbert invested in the company through his Bitcoin Opportunity Fund. Tribeca Venture Partners, a NYC-based venture capital firm, also took a leading role as the largest investor in the round. Other investors include Microsoft head of corporate strategy Charles Songhurst, Facebook product lead Ben Davenport, and bitcoin industry leader Roger Ver."


Bitcoin + forex! Thats whats up!
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April 14, 2013, 05:05:48 AM
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i feel the market really really wants to run up, but its holding back... Tongue
Hmmm.....The high Mt.gox verification cue and Coinlabs coming on line within the US and Canada markets on May 6th will make for an interesting time I think.

Damn Bitcoin is interesting every day Sad
Just imagine what we would all have achieved if we weren't following Bitcoin every day!!!11

lol i know
lets just all buy in one last time, and get to work.


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April 14, 2013, 05:10:03 AM
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there are already bigger and better trading platforms and exchanges in the pipeline, in a couple of years we'll be looking back and thinking "I can't believe we ever used to trade on  a magic gathering exchange, it'll be like having fibre optic and remembering the good old 56k modem napster days.

Coinsetter certainly looks interesting
http://www.coinsetter.com/
http://blog.coinsetter.com/2013/04/09/coinsetter-to-bring-leverage-and-shorting-to-bitcoin-with-500000-funding-round/

just look at the people investing
"New York City-based bitcoin startup Coinsetter has taken its first outside investment by closing a seed round totaling $500,000. The round was led by Barry Silbert, the CEO and founder of SecondMarket, and Jimmy Furland, a successful London-based tech entrepreneur. Silbert invested in the company through his Bitcoin Opportunity Fund. Tribeca Venture Partners, a NYC-based venture capital firm, also took a leading role as the largest investor in the round. Other investors include Microsoft head of corporate strategy Charles Songhurst, Facebook product lead Ben Davenport, and bitcoin industry leader Roger Ver."


Bitcoin + forex! Thats whats up!

Cavirtex.com also had their IPO last month and it sold out in 12hrs..

They have future plans in the works.

https://www.cavirtex.com/home
http://youtu.be/FvELpQ83ApA
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April 14, 2013, 05:29:32 AM
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Hey, just a pleasant reminder for the bears amongst us -

The MtGoX $1000+ verification cue is still growing, even after the "bubble popping."


they claim 95% is new users but it would seem that all btc or fiat leaving the exchange has to be verified so the queue could be people trying to get out as much as people trying to get in

True. But people wanting to get out most likely would have sold their bitcoins already and are just sitting with USD in gox waiting to be verified to transfer out. While people wanting to get in have yet to buy since you have to be verified first to transfer money in.
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April 14, 2013, 06:52:45 AM
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April 14, 2013, 07:15:52 AM
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Wall at $100 is growing (~BTC10.5k), but not many bids higher than that.

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April 14, 2013, 07:16:53 AM
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obviously didn't see the last few pages  Wink
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April 14, 2013, 07:22:18 AM
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nice triangle:



bitcoin likes triangles

"bullish wedge" actually or whatever it's called

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April 14, 2013, 07:26:44 AM
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nice triangle:



bitcoin likes triangles

"bullish wedge" actually or whatever it's called

Every time it stabilizes, gox fucks up  Angry

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April 14, 2013, 07:27:25 AM
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nice triangle:



bitcoin likes triangles

"bullish wedge" actually or whatever it's called

I'm thinking a small Sunday rally.. Lots of people are waiting to see what happens over the weekend before they buy back in.
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April 14, 2013, 07:34:36 AM
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It's just them Americans sleeping. Still I say if we get over the weekend without loosing too much (i.e. not more than yesterday) we will continue the rally next week.
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April 14, 2013, 07:41:09 AM
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Betfair (sports bet exchange) can handle more transactions per second than the NYSE. They invented a technology called Flywheel which, apparently, allows them to do it with only 2 x $50,000 servers.

They wouldnt touch bitcoin with a bargepole, but if someone could hire their programmers, or license their technology things would be much improved.

http://www.hpts.ws/papers/2007/HPTS%20Workshop%20-%20Betfair%20-%20Flywheel.pdf

50,000 transactions per second.
Thanks for the Betfair 'Flywheel' link.  Until you mentioned it I hadn't realised my period of trading on Betfair a while back was probably what had set my expectation level for a reasonable processing capacity for a trading platform.  I was not aware the fluctuation in demand and sheer volume had meant they actually had to develop an exceptional system.  Maybe it's too late for MtGox - maybe we'll look at them in a few years as the AltaVista that led the way for a short while - but surely some of the new VC-backed trading platforms that appear to be on their way to open this market up nicely should at least be looking at the principles behind the Betfair system.

As someone has mentioned before the likes of the NYSE, by having access restricted to brokers, have the luxury of not having hoards of amateurs jumping on trends at whim causing the kind of peaks in demand the Betfair system is designed to handle.  I'm no programmer but I kinda like where you're coming from with this cul.

If you have a machine on 24/7 why not have a full Bitcoin client running on it to support the network?
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April 14, 2013, 09:11:21 AM
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Someone sold several thousand coins into the $100 wall

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April 14, 2013, 09:14:42 AM
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Someone sold several thousand coins into the $100 wall


And the lag is 0. I am quite sure that one 12 hours earlier was a DDOS attack

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April 14, 2013, 09:18:20 AM
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Thank you bulls for once again allowing me to sell over 100. Please get it above 125 shortly.

Says the guy who sells at any price. How many coins did you sell at $5?

Well in this post he sold 30 BTC around $5 (approximate time of the post). LOL

look on the bright side, its still worth twice as much as a dollar Grin

I doubt that will be the case for long. I decided to sell 30+ BTC just now because I am
tired of holding them and watching them lose value. Better to get something out of it now
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