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January 14, 2015, 02:52:28 PM
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1: US Marshals Service is going to auction another 100K bitcoin in 2015
http://www.usmarshals.gov/assets/2014/dpr-bitcoins/

2: Kraken took over 200K bitcoin in Mtgox bankruptcy proceedings,
200K bitcoin will be returned to creditors in 2015 (Sold and return USD or return bitcoin then sell by creditors)
https://twitter.com/wiz/status/537464186079416322

3: Ethereum still has 13K to dump every day
https://blockchain.info/address/36PrZ1KHYMpqSyAQXSG8VwbUiq2EogxLo2

any more missing?
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January 14, 2015, 02:58:41 PM
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2: Kraken took over 200K bitcoin in Mtgox bankruptcy proceedings,
200K bitcoin will be returned to creditors in 2015 (Sold and return USD or return bitcoin then sell by creditors)
https://twitter.com/wiz/status/537464186079416322



As a gox victim i wont be selling my bitcoin at a loss, no point in that.
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January 14, 2015, 03:12:58 PM
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As a gox victim i wont be selling my bitcoin at a loss, no point in that.

You're framing the question wrong.  The choice is not "sell @ loss now or sell @ profit later."  It's  "sell @ big loss now or @ [possibly] bigger loss later."
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January 14, 2015, 03:19:20 PM
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As a gox victim i wont be selling my bitcoin at a loss, no point in that.

You're framing the question wrong.  The choice is not "sell @ loss now or sell @ profit later."  It's  "sell @ big loss now or @ [possibly] bigger loss later."

and because of that twisted logic you are betting that all goxers that get something back with sell immediately?

a good question is who makes the decision @ the US marshall office when and how much to sell? Is it a market driven decision?
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January 14, 2015, 03:21:57 PM
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As a gox victim i wont be selling my bitcoin at a loss, no point in that.

You're framing the question wrong.  The choice is not "sell @ loss now or sell @ profit later."  It's  "sell @ big loss now or @ [possibly] bigger loss later."

and because of that twisted logic you are betting that all goxers that get something back with sell immediately?

a good question is who makes the decision @ the US marshall office when and how much to sell? Is it a market driven decision?

I guess its some kind of an auction. The starting price is $5 per bitcoin. Whoever bids the most takes all of the 50,000 bitcoins
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January 14, 2015, 03:28:35 PM
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As a gox victim i wont be selling my bitcoin at a loss, no point in that.

You're framing the question wrong.  The choice is not "sell @ loss now or sell @ profit later."  It's  "sell @ big loss now or @ [possibly] bigger loss later."

and because of that twisted logic you are betting that all goxers that get something back with sell immediately?

a good question is who makes the decision @ the US marshall office when and how much to sell? Is it a market driven decision?

I guess its some kind of an auction. The starting price is $5 per bitcoin. Whoever bids the most takes all of the 50,000 bitcoins

Perhaps but so far both times they did it basically reached a bit below market price
I mean is anyone responsible for them selling at a particular time(price) ? Why not sell everything at once?
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January 14, 2015, 03:49:28 PM
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All together is a quater of todays volume. So what?
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January 14, 2015, 04:12:54 PM
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All together is a quater of todays volume. So what?

1. Many claim exchanger volume is not a 100% representation of reality
2. 1000 coins traded 5 times create 5000volume
3. Today's volume is high unlike few days ago
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