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July 19, 2013, 02:21:37 PM
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The whale picked up shares OTC at a premium price, causing those that sold to him to replenish by buying up the PTs.
Can you let us in on who it was? Smiley Or if it's confidential, maybe just whether it was with money from S.DICE?

It was before the SDICE payout.
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July 19, 2013, 03:30:19 PM
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It was before the SDICE payout.

Maybe that's related.


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July 19, 2013, 03:37:10 PM
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there was a whale pushing it down yesterday.  I watched the big buy order at 4.611 for 350+ shares go through almost all at once.  So, someone wanted to put the price back down closer to 4.5, yesterday.

Another big someone was buying a bunch a bit before, trying to hit 4.9.

So, it was just whales fucking.


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there was a whale pushing it down yesterday.  I watched the big buy order at 4.611 for 350+ shares go through almost all at once.  So, someone wanted to put the price back down closer to 4.5, yesterday.

Another big someone was buying a bunch a bit before, trying to hit 4.9.

So, it was just whales fucking.

^ This..  Cheesy

There was a >600 bid wall which was finished by the above mentioned 350+ shares sell.

Edit: could also be someone with a huge stack of coins and shares who just wanted to sell and buy back lower. Wall set up to drive the price higher, sell into the wall, to induce a selloff. But half of it got eaten before.. hmm.. well. Wild speculation only, I guess.

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July 19, 2013, 03:55:16 PM
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there was a whale pushing it down yesterday.  I watched the big buy order at 4.611 for 350+ shares go through almost all at once.  So, someone wanted to put the price back down closer to 4.5, yesterday.

Another big someone was buying a bunch a bit before, trying to hit 4.9.

So, it was just whales fucking.

^ This..  Cheesy

There was a >600 bid wall which was finished by the above mentioned 350+ shares sell.

Edit: could also be someone with a huge stack of coins and shares who just wanted to sell and buy back lower. Wall set up to drive the price higher, sell into the wall, to induce a selloff. But half of it got eaten before.. hmm.. well. Wild speculation only, I guess.

Can you actually sell into your own wall on btct or will it just remove the bids that you are trying to sell into?
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July 19, 2013, 04:01:13 PM
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Can you actually sell into your own wall on btct or will it just remove the bids that you are trying to sell into?
IIRC you can but you pay the fee, of course.

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July 19, 2013, 04:34:12 PM
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I could see TAT selling shares OTC, then rebuying off the btctc passthrough and exporting them as direct shares, thus eventually draining the btctc passthrough of shares. Conspiracy?
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July 19, 2013, 04:41:41 PM
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I could see TAT selling shares OTC, then rebuying off the btctc passthrough and exporting them as direct shares, thus eventually draining the btctc passthrough of shares. Conspiracy?

it's just a service for people who want direct shares. Nothing more, nothing less.
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July 19, 2013, 04:49:17 PM
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I could see TAT selling shares OTC, then rebuying off the btctc passthrough and exporting them as direct shares, thus eventually draining the btctc passthrough of shares. Conspiracy?

it's just a service for people who want direct shares. Nothing more, nothing less.

+1. Also if TAT or anyone wants to buy up lots of shares on BTCTC, then he's welcome to do that. He'll only buy  ~ 100-200 before he pushes the price up over 5BTC apiece. Smiley

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July 19, 2013, 04:50:07 PM
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there was a whale pushing it down yesterday.  I watched the big buy order at 4.611 for 350+ shares go through almost all at once.  So, someone wanted to put the price back down closer to 4.5, yesterday.

Another big someone was buying a bunch a bit before, trying to hit 4.9.

So, it was just whales fucking.

^ This..  Cheesy

There was a >600 bid wall which was finished by the above mentioned 350+ shares sell.

Edit: could also be someone with a huge stack of coins and shares who just wanted to sell and buy back lower. Wall set up to drive the price higher, sell into the wall, to induce a selloff. But half of it got eaten before.. hmm.. well. Wild speculation only, I guess.

Can you actually sell into your own wall on btct or will it just remove the bids that you are trying to sell into?

Yes.  Awhile ago a decent spread between buy and sell orders showed up and I was trying to place one on both to see if I could flip some stock.  I put the sell order up and then when putting my buy order up forgot to enter my 2FA key.  This caused the buy order value to default to the current sell value (mine) and I didn't notice, so I placed my buy order, and btct.co happily bought and sold my listing(s) out of my own shares for a small fee.

I like to think of it as tipping Burnside, rather than me being a dolt.  And I managed to actually pull off the flip after relisting careful, so still came out ahead.
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July 19, 2013, 05:44:36 PM
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there was a whale pushing it down yesterday.  I watched the big buy order at 4.611 for 350+ shares go through almost all at once.  So, someone wanted to put the price back down closer to 4.5, yesterday.

Another big someone was buying a bunch a bit before, trying to hit 4.9.

So, it was just whales fucking.

^ This..  Cheesy

There was a >600 bid wall which was finished by the above mentioned 350+ shares sell.

Edit: could also be someone with a huge stack of coins and shares who just wanted to sell and buy back lower. Wall set up to drive the price higher, sell into the wall, to induce a selloff. But half of it got eaten before.. hmm.. well. Wild speculation only, I guess.

Can you actually sell into your own wall on btct or will it just remove the bids that you are trying to sell into?

Yes.  Awhile ago a decent spread between buy and sell orders showed up and I was trying to place one on both to see if I could flip some stock.  I put the sell order up and then when putting my buy order up forgot to enter my 2FA key.  This caused the buy order value to default to the current sell value (mine) and I didn't notice, so I placed my buy order, and btct.co happily bought and sold my listing(s) out of my own shares for a small fee.

I like to think of it as tipping Burnside, rather than me being a dolt.  And I managed to actually pull off the flip after relisting careful, so still came out ahead.

I once made a fat finger mistake, put up a buy order and then put up a sell order but accidentally added an extra zero and sold to myself.

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July 19, 2013, 07:26:41 PM
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Havelock doesn't execute self-trades; fun stuff. You can put the same wall on both sides of the order sheet.

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July 19, 2013, 08:25:18 PM
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Havelock doesn't execute self-trades; fun stuff. You can put the same wall on both sides of the order sheet.

BitFunder also lets you buy your own asks, so it looks like the stock price is rising or not falling (even when there's tons of selling off into the bids).

BTC TC is pretty solid on these sort of "exploits."

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July 19, 2013, 10:02:48 PM
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asicminer doesnt have a future

eventualy the block reward will half and so will dividends

Krudkeeper, I think you should stick to monitoring your minecraft servers at home with mommy and daddy. Please stay away from real investments and this thread, you don't know what you are talking about.
My account was hacked by some douche. I have it back now. I agree with your comment about what the punk said. I will be deleting his original comment.

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July 19, 2013, 10:03:46 PM
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asicminer doesnt have a future

eventualy the block reward will half and so will dividends

Sure, but how much will 1 BTC be worth at the end of 2016?

Account was hacked. Wasn't me commenting. Apologies.

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July 19, 2013, 10:07:02 PM
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asicminer doesnt have a future

eventualy the block reward will half and so will dividends

Krudkeeper, I think you should stick to monitoring your minecraft servers at home with mommy and daddy. Please stay away from real investments and this thread, you don't know what you are talking about.
My account was hacked by some douche. I have it back now. I agree with your comment about what the punk said. I will be deleting his original comment.

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July 19, 2013, 10:17:50 PM
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asicminer doesnt have a future

eventualy the block reward will half and so will dividends

Krudkeeper, I think you should stick to monitoring your minecraft servers at home with mommy and daddy. Please stay away from real investments and this thread, you don't know what you are talking about.
My account was hacked by some douche. I have it back now. I agree with your comment about what the punk said. I will be deleting his original comment.

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All smiles now, but the little punk made all kinds of ignorant comments using my account and even begged for a $1000 Bitcoin loan.

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July 19, 2013, 11:38:42 PM
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June 2013 was the 340th consecutive month of above-average global temperatures.
http://blogs.agu.org/wildwildscience/2013/04/27/march-2013-is-337th-consecutive-month-above-20th-century-average/

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Yes because the last 100 years as a sample size is all we need to determine AGW as fact.
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July 20, 2013, 01:29:18 AM
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June 2013 was the 340th consecutive month of above-average global temperatures.
http://blogs.agu.org/wildwildscience/2013/04/27/march-2013-is-337th-consecutive-month-above-20th-century-average/

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Yes because the last 100 years as a sample size is all we need to determine AGW as fact.
Could you guys PLEASE stop this shit. Nobody wants to hear about your global warming crap. Take it elsewhere.
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July 20, 2013, 01:34:39 AM
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June 2013 was the 340th consecutive month of above-average global temperatures.
http://blogs.agu.org/wildwildscience/2013/04/27/march-2013-is-337th-consecutive-month-above-20th-century-average/

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Yes because the last 100 years as a sample size is all we need to determine AGW as fact.
Could you guys PLEASE stop this shit. Nobody wants to hear about your global warming crap. Take it elsewhere.
Take it to oil company's website, you in the wrong place.
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