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Originally Posted by meckert15834 View Post

trading between bter and Cryptsy doesnt really work. by the time your coins show up at Cryptsy the price has already changed

Hmm, I see what you mean. I did trade between a couple of exchanges today that didn't work too badly - only small margins though.

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Crypto-currencies are credited within 1 minute after accessing this page or "My funds" page and only after 6 confirmations of the transaction in the network.

Notice: If you deposit less than 100 DOGE, it will be accumulated and credited to your account until no less than 100 DOGE received.

Notice: It might take longer than normal to deposit to Bter from mining pool or deposit solo mining generated coins if the sender pay no transaction fee to the network.

I sent 100 as a test, maybe I should send 101 ?
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Why do you type so big? And the cheapest sell orders will be filled first, with the buyer being refunded the difference in the price.

No it's a buy order, column on the right, and it should have filled.
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Again, His order is a buy order.... There are several sell orders that are cheaper than the two that you posted. If you are complaining that your order that exactly matched his was not filled (your sell order) then you are mistaken. All of the sell orders that are cheaper than yours would have to be filled before yours would, even if your price matches what his is. He would then be refunded the difference. Why did the order hang? I'm not sure, but you should be able to determine when an order is hanging like that because the buy order is higher than all of the sell orders. You should understand this stuff before trading, not to be rude or anything.
post #9264 of 22544
I think it's better if you don't think of your market order as a transaction - think of it as a range (because that's what it will wind up being if you have adequate volume to actually move the market).

If you put a SELL order in for 100K @ 5.00 - think of that as "I want to sell my 100K for no less than 5.00 ea."

If you put a BUY order in for the same - think of that as "I want to buy 100K for no more than 5.00 ea."

Even that is not a truly accurate way a market operates but it's better than thinking of it as simply putting buys and sells together when their prices match. smile.gif
post #9265 of 22544
do you guys think DOGE is going to fall back down or sit around this point until the next block half
post #9266 of 22544
I'm not sure... I just flipped mine back to BTC (at least my exchange funds... still keeping ~1M for the long haul to see what happens).

I think there pretty much has to be a correction at some point - but with there being so much nearly instantaneous demand (and obviously speculation as well) I have absolutely no idea at which point that correction could occur.

It could just as easily fall back down to 50 satoshis tomorrow as gain 10,000% over the next 6-8 months nearly without pause (after all this is almost exactly what happened with BTC and to a lesser extent to LTC as well last year). It's anyone's guess, but I'm personally hoping that it starts moving in 200-300% swings... because that's the kind of volatility my portfolio has been craving! thumb.gif
post #9267 of 22544
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Again, His order is a buy order.... There are several sell orders that are cheaper than the two that you posted. If you are complaining that your order that exactly matched his was not filled (your sell order) then you are mistaken. All of the sell orders that are cheaper than yours would have to be filled before yours would, even if your price matches what his is. He would then be refunded the difference. Why did the order hang? I'm not sure, but you should be able to determine when an order is hanging like that because the buy order is higher than all of the sell orders. You should understand this stuff before trading, not to be rude or anything.


Yes, cheaper orders than mine would fill his request, I agree - but they weren't filling it.

Why would the sell order of 0.00003585 not fill his order ? Or any of the other offers cheaper than mine ?

The order just filled but it was there for half hour
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post #9268 of 22544
Well, one of the other aspects that you have to consider on the order sheet is that most of the activity that is in the spread doesn't actually appear as those orders are filling nearly instantaneously. So in reality what you are seeing on the buy and sell sides are orders that are outside the spread (for the most part - large volume orders will often show as they take time to fill and move the market simply by existing).

In general if you're not waiting 30 minutes or more for your order to fill you're either asking too little or paying too much. biggrin.gif
post #9269 of 22544
im so tired...but i gotta see when the DOGE bubble pops so i can sell on the back slope.
post #9270 of 22544
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Originally Posted by Namwons View Post

im so tired...but i gotta see when the DOGE bubble pops so i can sell on the back slope.

You're a better man than I... I just called it quits at 137... considering that I bought yesterday at 87... I'll consider that ~60% gain to be good enough for two trades... don't want to get too greedy after all. biggrin.gif
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