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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!
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post #141 of 319
I'm just curious as to what caused the pump to take place. It's so damn random lol
post #142 of 319
Woo, first profitable trade

Traded out my DOGE while the ship was sinking, bought VTC when it was super cheap, and sold VTC when it bounced back biggrin.gif

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Woo, first profitable trade

Traded out my DOGE while the ship was sinking, bought VTC when it was super cheap, and sold VTC when it bounced back biggrin.gif


Nice! I am following VTC, looks like it has some potential to be on top. Also waiting for Doge to go below 110.
    
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post #144 of 319
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Originally Posted by kevinf View Post

Woo, first profitable trade

Traded out my DOGE while the ship was sinking, bought VTC when it was super cheap, and sold VTC when it bounced back biggrin.gif


well played, but i'm calling doge to go to the moon some time in the future
post #145 of 319
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well played, but i'm calling doge to go to the moon some time in the future

While I agree that DOGE still has much more to play out than we've seen lately - better to jump out and profit elsewhere than simply cling to the side of a slowly sinking ship currently. smile.gif

After all, you can always go back and buy more at a lower price and if you've found profits elsewhere, even more! DOGE still has to overcome the fact that regardless of whether it's one of the most popular memes ever... it's still a coin based on a meme... and that's a pretty big hurdle to overcome.

If there's a big marketplace achieved, or the ATMs start popping up everywhere - then I could easily see it go to 400-500 satoshis per... however, at the moment it's still basically just a tipping and donation coin.

And in trading news... those of us that dumped and/or started accumulating after the dump in BC are starting to get back in the money. Hopefully, the next pump (whenever that might be) will push it back to the 5K sat range... and then we're golden!
post #146 of 319
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

While I agree that DOGE still has much more to play out than we've seen lately - better to jump out and profit elsewhere than simply cling to the side of a slowly sinking ship currently. smile.gif

After all, you can always go back and buy more at a lower price and if you've found profits elsewhere, even more! DOGE still has to overcome the fact that regardless of whether it's one of the most popular memes ever... it's still a coin based on a meme... and that's a pretty big hurdle to overcome.

If there's a big marketplace achieved, or the ATMs start popping up everywhere - then I could easily see it go to 400-500 satoshis per... however, at the moment it's still basically just a tipping and donation coin.

And in trading news... those of us that dumped and/or started accumulating after the dump in BC are starting to get back in the money. Hopefully, the next pump (whenever that might be) will push it back to the 5K sat range... and then we're golden!

slowly buying back into it after cashing out before my vacation frown.gif

oh well. Gotta have steadier hands
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

While I agree that DOGE still has much more to play out than we've seen lately - better to jump out and profit elsewhere than simply cling to the side of a slowly sinking ship currently. smile.gif

After all, you can always go back and buy more at a lower price and if you've found profits elsewhere, even more! DOGE still has to overcome the fact that regardless of whether it's one of the most popular memes ever... it's still a coin based on a meme... and that's a pretty big hurdle to overcome.

If there's a big marketplace achieved, or the ATMs start popping up everywhere - then I could easily see it go to 400-500 satoshis per... however, at the moment it's still basically just a tipping and donation coin.

And in trading news... those of us that dumped and/or started accumulating after the dump in BC are starting to get back in the money. Hopefully, the next pump (whenever that might be) will push it back to the 5K sat range... and then we're golden!

You might want to start paying attention to BC right now, it's on the rise.
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I'm watching ^_^
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I'm not much of a trader and haven't been following this thread closely, but do any of you guys use trade bots? If so, how are they working out for you?

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My reaction when I withdraw LTC from Ghash.io for the first time, to a different exchange when I realize my coins were already on CEX.io by default

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