Death of bitcoin, or just a break?

Discussion in 'Other Investments' started by fredfred, Apr 18, 2013.

  1. fredfred

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    Bitfloor has halted trading NOT bitcoin. Thats like saying the australian dollar has ceased trading because my local Mcdonalds drive through is shut (without getting into any arguments whether bitcoin is a currency or getting too deep) bitcoin cannot "cease from trading"


    ... who writes this shit? Monkeys? It was the best of times, it was the BLURST OF TIMES!!!
     
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    I've been into bitcoin since mid 2011. I've never even heard of Bitfloor.
     
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  5. RBrowny

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    It is still alive:) It's interesting to reread such threads now. Crypto world is not stable for a while. Personally, I have some altcoins Im holding on 2 years. I was up 9000 dollars at the end of December 2018 during that big boom but it dropped significantly and am down 800 dollars now. But I don't do any day trading speculations. I'm just holding on to them on my altcoin wallet hoping for another boom.
     
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    Wave 5 key to test 16200 is coming then maybe bigger correction
     

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