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January 17, 2013, 06:47:19 PM
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https://www.cavirtex.com/orderbook

14.4 as of this posting.
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January 17, 2013, 06:49:24 PM
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did we break the 2012 high?

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January 17, 2013, 06:51:38 PM
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did we break the 2012 high?

Oh yes, new 20month high.
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January 17, 2013, 06:51:42 PM
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Someone just thrown a yes coin there, after >$15.38 happended. Would that count as long as admin don't close the bet or would he cut off and return all bets after it hit? Or take over as a penalty for cheating? Grin

Coins will be returned for bets that was placed after the event happened.

Somebody just tried for for 1 BTC though, too late buddy !

Tried for what? I know you can still bet on it, but your late bets will be returned after the admin determine the event cut off time.

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January 17, 2013, 06:52:39 PM
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Someone just thrown a yes coin there, after >$15.38 happended. Would that count as long as admin don't close the bet or would he cut off and return all bets after it hit? Or take over as a penalty for cheating? Grin

Coins will be returned for bets that was placed after the event happened.

Somebody just tried for for 1 BTC though, too late buddy !

Tried for what? I know you can still bet on it, but your late bets will be returned after the admin determine the event cut off time.

Yes, but that person probably didnt know that.
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January 17, 2013, 07:02:44 PM
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Feels like

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January 17, 2013, 07:03:08 PM
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Are we gonna do it? We gonna break $16?

I really can't wait until we break $17 so I can officially tell Wired magazine to go suck it.

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January 17, 2013, 07:04:28 PM
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did we break the 2012 high?

Oh yes, new 20month high.

Confirmed.


You guys have really come up with somethin'
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January 17, 2013, 07:04:40 PM
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whats so special about 17?

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January 17, 2013, 07:06:01 PM
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Are we gonna do it? We gonna break $16?

I really can't wait until we break $17 so I can officially tell Wired magazine to go suck it.

tell them anyway

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January 17, 2013, 07:06:30 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Back in late 2011 or so they had an article that pretty much declared BTC dead because it went below $17. I'm not sure why they drew that line, but there ya go.

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January 17, 2013, 07:08:07 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Seventeen is the 7th prime number. The next prime is nineteen, with which it forms a twin prime. 17 is the sum of the first four primes. 17 is the sixth Mersenne prime exponent, yielding 131071. 17 is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1.

17 is the third Fermat prime, as it is of the form 24 + 1, and it is also a Proth prime. Since 17 is a Fermat prime, regular heptadecagons can be constructed with compass and unmarked ruler. This was proven by Carl Friedrich Gauss.  Another consequence of 17 being a Fermat prime is that it is not a Higgs prime for squares or cubes; in fact, it is the smallest prime not to be a Higgs prime for squares, and the smallest not to be a Higgs prime for cubes.

17 is the only positive Genocchi number that is prime, the only negative one being −3. It is also the third Stern prime.

As 17 is the least prime factor of the first twelve terms of the Euclid–Mullin sequence, it is the thirteenth term.

Seventeen is the aliquot sum of two numbers, the odd discrete semiprimes 39 and 55 is the base of the 17-aliquot tree.

There are exactly seventeen two-dimensional space (plane symmetry) groups. These are sometimes called wallpaper groups, as they represent the seventeen possible symmetry types that can be used for wallpaper.

Like 41, the number 17 is a prime that yields primes in the polynomial n2 + n + p, for all positive n < p − 1.

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January 17, 2013, 07:14:08 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Seventeen is the 7th prime number. The next prime is nineteen, with which it forms a twin prime. 17 is the sum of the first four primes. 17 is the sixth Mersenne prime exponent, yielding 131071. 17 is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1.

17 is the third Fermat prime, as it is of the form 24 + 1, and it is also a Proth prime. Since 17 is a Fermat prime, regular heptadecagons can be constructed with compass and unmarked ruler. This was proven by Carl Friedrich Gauss.  Another consequence of 17 being a Fermat prime is that it is not a Higgs prime for squares or cubes; in fact, it is the smallest prime not to be a Higgs prime for squares, and the smallest not to be a Higgs prime for cubes.

17 is the only positive Genocchi number that is prime, the only negative one being −3. It is also the third Stern prime.

As 17 is the least prime factor of the first twelve terms of the Euclid–Mullin sequence, it is the thirteenth term.

Seventeen is the aliquot sum of two numbers, the odd discrete semiprimes 39 and 55 is the base of the 17-aliquot tree.

There are exactly seventeen two-dimensional space (plane symmetry) groups. These are sometimes called wallpaper groups, as they represent the seventeen possible symmetry types that can be used for wallpaper.

Like 41, the number 17 is a prime that yields primes in the polynomial n2 + n + p, for all positive n < p − 1.

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we must hit $17 then

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January 17, 2013, 07:15:03 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Seventeen is the 7th prime number. The next prime is nineteen, with which it forms a twin prime. 17 is the sum of the first four primes. 17 is the sixth Mersenne prime exponent, yielding 131071. 17 is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1.

17 is the third Fermat prime, as it is of the form 24 + 1, and it is also a Proth prime. Since 17 is a Fermat prime, regular heptadecagons can be constructed with compass and unmarked ruler. This was proven by Carl Friedrich Gauss.  Another consequence of 17 being a Fermat prime is that it is not a Higgs prime for squares or cubes; in fact, it is the smallest prime not to be a Higgs prime for squares, and the smallest not to be a Higgs prime for cubes.

17 is the only positive Genocchi number that is prime, the only negative one being −3. It is also the third Stern prime.

As 17 is the least prime factor of the first twelve terms of the Euclid–Mullin sequence, it is the thirteenth term.

Seventeen is the aliquot sum of two numbers, the odd discrete semiprimes 39 and 55 is the base of the 17-aliquot tree.

There are exactly seventeen two-dimensional space (plane symmetry) groups. These are sometimes called wallpaper groups, as they represent the seventeen possible symmetry types that can be used for wallpaper.

Like 41, the number 17 is a prime that yields primes in the polynomial n2 + n + p, for all positive n < p − 1.

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January 17, 2013, 07:15:31 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Seventeen is the 7th prime number. The next prime is nineteen, with which it forms a twin prime. 17 is the sum of the first four primes. 17 is the sixth Mersenne prime exponent, yielding 131071. 17 is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1.

17 is the third Fermat prime, as it is of the form 24 + 1, and it is also a Proth prime. Since 17 is a Fermat prime, regular heptadecagons can be constructed with compass and unmarked ruler. This was proven by Carl Friedrich Gauss.  Another consequence of 17 being a Fermat prime is that it is not a Higgs prime for squares or cubes; in fact, it is the smallest prime not to be a Higgs prime for squares, and the smallest not to be a Higgs prime for cubes.

17 is the only positive Genocchi number that is prime, the only negative one being −3. It is also the third Stern prime.

As 17 is the least prime factor of the first twelve terms of the Euclid–Mullin sequence, it is the thirteenth term.

Seventeen is the aliquot sum of two numbers, the odd discrete semiprimes 39 and 55 is the base of the 17-aliquot tree.

There are exactly seventeen two-dimensional space (plane symmetry) groups. These are sometimes called wallpaper groups, as they represent the seventeen possible symmetry types that can be used for wallpaper.

Like 41, the number 17 is a prime that yields primes in the polynomial n2 + n + p, for all positive n < p − 1.

 Grin


Ok man, stop smoking  Grin



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January 17, 2013, 07:15:43 PM
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i think the rally is cooling down.
15.63 is the top
here come the pathetic dumps...

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January 17, 2013, 07:16:40 PM
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i think the rally is cooling down.
15.63 is the top
here come the pathetic dumps...

Sell, sell, sell Adam  Grin
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January 17, 2013, 07:17:06 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Seventeen is the 7th prime number. The next prime is nineteen, with which it forms a twin prime. 17 is the sum of the first four primes. 17 is the sixth Mersenne prime exponent, yielding 131071. 17 is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1.

17 is the third Fermat prime, as it is of the form 24 + 1, and it is also a Proth prime. Since 17 is a Fermat prime, regular heptadecagons can be constructed with compass and unmarked ruler. This was proven by Carl Friedrich Gauss.  Another consequence of 17 being a Fermat prime is that it is not a Higgs prime for squares or cubes; in fact, it is the smallest prime not to be a Higgs prime for squares, and the smallest not to be a Higgs prime for cubes.

17 is the only positive Genocchi number that is prime, the only negative one being −3. It is also the third Stern prime.

As 17 is the least prime factor of the first twelve terms of the Euclid–Mullin sequence, it is the thirteenth term.

Seventeen is the aliquot sum of two numbers, the odd discrete semiprimes 39 and 55 is the base of the 17-aliquot tree.

There are exactly seventeen two-dimensional space (plane symmetry) groups. These are sometimes called wallpaper groups, as they represent the seventeen possible symmetry types that can be used for wallpaper.

Like 41, the number 17 is a prime that yields primes in the polynomial n2 + n + p, for all positive n < p − 1.

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Epic. This wins my favorite bitcointalk post of the year award Wink

Totally agree! Cheesy
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January 17, 2013, 07:17:58 PM
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whats so special about 17?


Seventeen is the 7th prime number. The next prime is nineteen, with which it forms a twin prime. 17 is the sum of the first four primes. 17 is the sixth Mersenne prime exponent, yielding 131071. 17 is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n − 1.

17 is the third Fermat prime, as it is of the form 24 + 1, and it is also a Proth prime. Since 17 is a Fermat prime, regular heptadecagons can be constructed with compass and unmarked ruler. This was proven by Carl Friedrich Gauss.  Another consequence of 17 being a Fermat prime is that it is not a Higgs prime for squares or cubes; in fact, it is the smallest prime not to be a Higgs prime for squares, and the smallest not to be a Higgs prime for cubes.

17 is the only positive Genocchi number that is prime, the only negative one being −3. It is also the third Stern prime.

As 17 is the least prime factor of the first twelve terms of the Euclid–Mullin sequence, it is the thirteenth term.

Seventeen is the aliquot sum of two numbers, the odd discrete semiprimes 39 and 55 is the base of the 17-aliquot tree.

There are exactly seventeen two-dimensional space (plane symmetry) groups. These are sometimes called wallpaper groups, as they represent the seventeen possible symmetry types that can be used for wallpaper.

Like 41, the number 17 is a prime that yields primes in the polynomial n2 + n + p, for all positive n < p − 1.

 Grin

Epic. This wins my favorite bitcointalk post of the year award Wink

Totally agree! Cheesy

question is; is all that shit true?
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January 17, 2013, 07:19:09 PM
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i think the rally is cooling down.
15.63 is the top
here come the pathetic dumps...

Sell, sell, sell Adam  Grin

na i need 5% drop to make it worth my while
that not happening until we are well over 17...

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