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    OK so do we have anyone here that is interested in Bitcoins?

    Anyone mining maybe?

    1 BTC (Bitcoin) nowadays costs about $1000.

    You can always check current price of BTC here: https://www.bitstamp.net/

    Bitcoins websites worth checking:

    https://bitcointalk.org/ - biggest Bitcoin forum
    https://en.bitcoin.it/ - Wikipage about Bitcoins
    http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/ - Bitcoin @ Reddit

    What is Bitcoin?


  • #2
    I was interested when it went to $200 and then back down to 80 or so, but I wanted to buy when it got to 50. Drats. Anyway I just wanted them so i could buy weed and order assassinations but now that Silk Road has been shut down what is the point.....

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    • #3
      Someone Bought A Tesla Using Bitcoin: http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla...itcoin-2013-12

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      • #4
        Is would be blown some day like other electronic currency linertyreserve etc?
        Im not quite understand about btc just heard theres a platform that trade btc but not mt4.

        Wo i guess its like electronic curency that tradable instrument.

        And price wen up like crazy all day, some day people would know itsoverbougth and blown like stock market cmiiw


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        • #5
          Damn, i messed up with all letter up there, sorry, ipad mini + fat finger


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          • #6
            Bitcoin exchange @ Bloomberg TV: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/12-da...u9SAQK3vQ.html

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            • #7
              I think Bitcoins are only just a hype!

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              • #8
                When bitcoins reach $2000 i wonder who would still buy it?
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                • #9
                  i'm really interested in Bitcoin. I've been trading it for a couple years now over at Bitfinex. They have a pretty good platform over there with leveraged trading at 3:1. If you are looking at them as a long term investment, i would be a little wary. I've heard that when the price hit $1200, it was being overinflated by bots over at mt gox. I have difficulty calling the price in the long term, but it is still a very volatile asset that can swing $100 in a day on negative news.
                  I'm currently trading Bitcoin, FX, and commodities. Blogging here about indicators, patterns, and candles as i learn.

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                  • #10
                    Funny how bitcoin is no longer $1,200 each, but now costs $237
                    Trader Death Match

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                    • #11
                      Yeah, and it does unlikely that they will get anywhere near 1k USD anytime soon

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bismillahwd View Post
                        Is would be blown some day like other electronic currency linertyreserve etc?
                        Im not quite understand about btc just heard theres a platform that trade btc but not mt4.

                        Wo i guess its like electronic curency that tradable instrument.

                        And price wen up like crazy all day, some day people would know itsoverbougth and blown like stock market cmiiw


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                        Bitcoin network is decentralized and can not be turned off from fbi raiding a centralized location . Rip libertyreserve

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                        • #13
                          If you're in the US, keep in mind that Bitfinex is fully exiting the USA. The cryptocurrency exchange said it will ill fully terminate its services for individual US customers by November 9. The first announcement on Bitfinex’s intentions in that regard was made in August and US customers are already barred from receiving financing from other users on Bitfinex’s peer-to-peer financing platform.
                          By November 9 Bitfinex will shut down all functionalities for US clients, including trading, deposits and withdrawal.

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