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September 12, 2012, 12:16:24 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

I suspect its pirate forcing the market to buy his asks.

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September 12, 2012, 12:16:54 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

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September 12, 2012, 12:17:23 AM
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I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

Again that would be new, in the past the wall maker pulled it.

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September 12, 2012, 12:17:57 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

I suspect its pirate forcing the market to buy his asks.

+1

Asks lined up to 13$. Thats when he'll pull the wall IMO.
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September 12, 2012, 12:21:25 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

I suspect its pirate forcing the market to buy his asks.

that also makes sense to me. If I had a ton of coins i wanted to sell, it would make sense to put asks up in small amounts and throw a massive bid wall up to push the market into buying my coins. Assuming he wants to maintain part of his position in BTC.

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September 12, 2012, 12:23:50 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

I suspect its pirate forcing the market to buy his asks.

that also makes sense to me. If I had a ton of coins i wanted to sell, it would make sense to put asks up in small amounts and throw a massive bid wall up to push the market into buying my coins. Assuming he wants to maintain part of his position in BTC.

This could quite easily backfire. Someone with 30+ of their own could put a hurt on anyone trying to manipulate this way.

Bro, do you even blockchain?
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September 12, 2012, 12:26:13 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

I suspect its pirate forcing the market to buy his asks.

that also makes sense to me. If I had a ton of coins i wanted to sell, it would make sense to put asks up in small amounts and throw a massive bid wall up to push the market into buying my coins. Assuming he wants to maintain part of his position in BTC.

This could quite easily backfire. Someone with 30+ of their own could put a hurt on anyone trying to manipulate this way.

true.

 also notice the 5.5k ask wall followed by 5 5k walls evenly spaced...

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September 12, 2012, 12:42:45 AM
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Since it doesn't look that this wall gonna be sold into how long do you think it will last? When will it get pulled?
A day? A week?

This is driving me nuts, why isn't this showing up on the bitcoincharts order book.

It shows up in the http api too, is there a quick way to check the websockets api? If bitcoincharts doesn't show it because of a bug that would be hell of a coincidence. They are refreshing the prices for sure.

I just realized, bitcoincharts.com order book locked up before that giant wall was placed. Look a best BID and ASK prices, something like 11.09$/BTC and 11.19$/BTC! Thats why its not showing.

Yes I've seen that, this is very suspicious timing.

I suspect at some point the person will get impatient and will end up buying.

I suspect its pirate forcing the market to buy his asks.

that also makes sense to me. If I had a ton of coins i wanted to sell, it would make sense to put asks up in small amounts and throw a massive bid wall up to push the market into buying my coins. Assuming he wants to maintain part of his position in BTC.

This could quite easily backfire. Someone with 30+ of their own could put a hurt on anyone trying to manipulate this way.

anyone willing to sell off 100,000coins to squash pirates plans?

I'm placing asks....

hard to believe but this wall made me turn bearish.

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September 12, 2012, 12:48:50 AM
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hard to believe but this wall made me turn bearish.

From what I've seen in these forums adam, I don't think anyone will find this hard to believe.  Wink
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September 12, 2012, 12:53:50 AM
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Mob mentality. Everyone is going to try and buy and get in on this before that wall comes crashing down. Its probably going to hit 12 sometime tonight or tomorrow morning.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. It's just that yours is stupid! =D
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September 12, 2012, 12:57:50 AM
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Holy Shit!

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. It's just that yours is stupid! =D
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September 12, 2012, 12:59:44 AM
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September 12, 2012, 01:03:00 AM
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Adam isnt sounding so crazy all of a sudden...

Bro, do you even blockchain?
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September 12, 2012, 01:04:04 AM
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"JUST KIDDING YOU GUYS!"

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September 12, 2012, 01:08:36 AM
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inb4 the wall reappearing at 10.6

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September 12, 2012, 01:14:00 AM
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Just for the record.

Also numbers dont add up entirely (lol).
Seriously, 5k BTC removed from SELL order at 13$/BTC, at the same time 13k - 25k BTC sold into BIDs (clark moody's and bitcoincharts show different volumes for the exact minute the sell happened)
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September 12, 2012, 01:23:53 AM
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Also numbers dont add up entirely (lol).

Are you telling me that mtgox is being manipulated?  Wink
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September 12, 2012, 01:42:00 AM
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I just don't understand.
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September 12, 2012, 01:42:17 AM
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anyone confused?   Cheesy
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September 12, 2012, 01:58:03 AM
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anyone confused?   Cheesy

Yes.  Huh Someone tell me what has been going on. I have been gone for a week and I come back home, turn on my computer, and see a massive 1.5M+ buy wall. I need to be filled in! >.<
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