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Poll Results: How do you feel about crypto currencies in general (not any specific coin)?

 
  • 31% (20)
    This is the future of financial transactions and will replace current systems in 5-10 years!
  • 35% (23)
    It's an evolutionary step, but without regulation and standardization will likely be replaced eventually.
  • 20% (13)
    It's likely to go strong for a few years, but long-term will simply be viewed as a fad.
  • 12% (8)
    It's a ridiculous ponzi-scheme, and it could all collapse entirely any second now!
64 Total Votes  
post #131 of 319
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Holy crap! I'm glad there was a dip yesterday and all my buys went through at ~1900 (after selling off at the 2400 level). Considering the movement today I'm reluctant to sell any of it, but I might just have to sell 20K or so at these levels... it's just too juicy! Goooo BC! biggrin.gif

Glad I've held almost everything I've bought of BC... this might wind up being a really big payoff! However, now I really wish I'd invested more than ~1BTC in it, but since much of that was at the ~500-800 level... the returns are stupid good for less than a week!

wheee.gif

Couldn't bring myself to do the 20K... but 10K sold in less than 10 seconds at 4845. Hard to believe nearly half a BTC for what was a .04BTC trade just 3 days ago! I think that basically has me fully cashed out (BTC investment-wise) so I might do some profit-taking again in a day or so, but at the moment I think I'll let the rest ride.
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 3/15/14 at 12:06pm
post #132 of 319
I think it has to be running out of steam, I jumped out at 4750 and have moved all my buy orders lower. I could be wrong, but this thing has just made stupid moves today and at some point there's going to be some profit taking. At least that's what I think will happen... I could be wrong, in which case, I've still got another 3k sitting in my wallet. biggrin.gif I have made some decent money today no matter which way it goes from here. It's been fun if not nerve wracking at times. I hate buying back in higher than I just sold, but there was times it was moving so fast I had no choice if I wanted to stay in the market. I'm glad I did.

***EDIT*** Wow! All my buy orders filled, all the way back down to 4410. Gotta love it.
Edited by Roulette Run - 3/15/14 at 12:14pm
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it's really going to the moon

why?

People saying there's "real" trading going on with BC and not just a quick pump. Looking at the daily volume changes helps (earth to Mintpal: give us an actual volume graph!). I just bought some BCs not too long ago at 4170, it's past 4700 now.

There's a BC multipool if anyone's interested: http://bcmultipool.com/ Payouts convert to BC. Wish I had been there in the mining phase.

That just sounds inefficient though. tongue.gif
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Holy crap! I'm glad there was a dip yesterday and all my buys went through at ~1900 (after selling off at the 2400 level). Considering the movement today I'm reluctant to sell any of it, but I might just have to sell 20K or so at these levels... it's just too juicy! Goooo BC! biggrin.gif

Glad I've held almost everything I've bought of BC... this might wind up being a really big payoff! However, now I really wish I'd invested more than ~1BTC in it, but since much of that was at the ~500-800 level... the returns are stupid good for less than a week!

wheee.gif

holy stuff someone just made some nice profit right here



Edit: Anyway, I'm seeing Dogecoin going really, really low at the moment. If it keeps going low like that I'm going to buy myself quite a lot. I feel that Dogecoin is one of the safer alt(coins to invest in. So I'm going to buy a lot when it's low and hope that it rises again in the future. If it goes back to even 200, things will work out nicely.

thoughts?
Edited by incog - 3/15/14 at 12:24pm
post #134 of 319
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That just sounds inefficient though. tongue.gif
holy stuff someone just made some nice profit right here



Edit: Anyway, I'm seeing Dogecoin going really, really low at the moment. If it keeps going low like that I'm going to buy myself quite a lot. I feel that Dogecoin is one of the safer alt(coins to invest in. So I'm going to buy a lot when it's low and hope that it rises again in the future. If it goes back to even 200, things will work out nicely.

thoughts?

I'm slowly buying back into DOGE (only little buys though... nothing big like I was). I too think it has what it takes to go the distance, but I could easily see it swinging between just under 100 to ~170 or so several times over the year. Hopefully, for both our sakes, we're right about that. biggrin.gif
post #135 of 319
2014-03-16 06:18:27 BUY 0.00002250 1134.00000000 0.02551500 0.00003827 0.02555327
2014-03-16 06:01:09 BUY 0.00002500 500.00000000 0.01250000 0.00001875 0.01251875
2014-03-16 04:12:57 BUY 0.00003000 1000.00000000 0.03000000 0.00004500 0.03004500
2014-03-16 01:01:06 BUY 0.00003400 500.00000000 0.01700000 0.00002550 0.01702550
2014-03-15 17:00:14 SELL 0.00004150 1160.22132899 0.04814918 0.00007222 0.04807696
2014-03-15 17:00:14 SELL 0.00004184 889.77877101 0.03722833 0.00005582 0.03717251

Nice 50% more BC

Wish I wasn't holding the bag on DODGE,WDC,and DGC. I'm reluctant to sell off to get some trade coin. I've been mining LTC at TMB actually almost had .01btc per mh/s seems like thats been hard to come by as of late or but maybe I just don't know where it's at
post #136 of 319
Just bought back into BC at 1600 after selling at 4600! Turned a 692 holding in 2044! Hope it gets pumped again!
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I'm still holding BC. I wanted to sell just shy of 5000 but that resistance was too strong.
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I'm still holding BC. I wanted to sell just shy of 5000 but that resistance was too strong.

I used the pump (and subsequent dump) to just buy more BC basically... bought 70K between 500 and 1900 over past week... sold 10K @ 4700, 15K @ 3850 and the rest at 2900... then bought back in at 2500, 1900, and 1500... so now I've got a little over 120K all for the same .8BTC I originally invested.

If it ever gets back to ~5K again I'll sell off a third, and keep the rest staking in my wallet until I need it. If it doesn't ever get back there... well, I guess I'll stake the whole thing and hope for the future. redface.gif
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

I used the pump (and subsequent dump) to just buy more BC basically... bought 70K between 500 and 1900 over past week... sold 10K @ 4700, 15K @ 3850 and the rest at 2900... then bought back in at 2500, 1900, and 1500... so now I've got a little over 120K all for the same .8BTC I originally invested.

If it ever gets back to ~5K again I'll sell off a third, and keep the rest staking in my wallet until I need it. If it doesn't ever get back there... well, I guess I'll stake the whole thing and hope for the future. redface.gif

I bought 1K additional BC at 1750 earlier today. I bought 2K at 4100 and was wanting to sell at 4900 seeing that the peak was closing in, but MintPal never got to break 4900. Crypto Rush was past 5000 at one point.
post #140 of 319
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I bought 1K additional BC at 1750 earlier today. I bought 2K at 4100 and was wanting to sell at 4900 seeing that the peak was closing in, but MintPal never got to break 4900. Crypto Rush was past 5000 at one point.

Although it's a very good way to make mistakes and also to go fully and completely insane... I have a small amount on multiple exchanges and try to do buy/sell orders on the one that has the best price for each direction... of course, you have to kind of keep all the total balances in your head then, and ignore whether you're profiting on the specific exchange or not... kookoo.gif

I did most of my big trades on BTER as that's where I had a big chunk of BTC due to liquidating my DOGE during the recent run-up, but I also traded on MintPal if the price was better there (at least for the little I had on it).
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