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    Im on Tapatalk, things are little different here. only now I figured it out :/

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    Just a reminder for all who consider to sell: Bitcoin today short sqeezed to 800 USD for a moment in China.
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    What do you mean, in China? Only in some trading that occurred on Chinese site(s)?

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    Far the most bitcoins are being traded in China. USD/EUR and other exchanges just follow. The aggregate volumes on Okcoin, Huobi and BTCC are >95% of world trade (much of that are bots). OKcoin max today was 5499 CNY ~ 800 USD. There is also hype in India caused by panic by demonetisation and price of Bitcoins in India now is 58500 INR = 860 USD. Those are huge premiums on undeveloped markets. Probably a signal for further growth. BTC/USD and BTC/EUR pairs are now very undervaluated for sure.
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    For those who still prefer money at Skrill I see Skrill now has Bitcoin deposits. Fee is 1% is decent if there are no other hidden fees, max 500Eur (maybe it is possible to repeat?).

    If anyone will try that I am curious how it goes.
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    800 USD is here and counting, curious if there are some new hodlers amongst affiliates. IMO it still has value as ****. I have a feeling that there is higher probability we can see something even more interesting about the price than until now very soon .
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    Things are looking great for Bitcoin and I'm glad I kept some of it. Let's see if it hits $1000 as predicted...

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    Well it hit $1,000 and then went back down again.. I think it will always be an up and down thing so you just have to continue to watch and manage it how you see fit for what you're trying to achieve.

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    I don't understand Bitcoin really, but I have this underlying fear that I'm missing out. FOMO.

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    I dont think there's is much to understand at the moment because this is a currency is just these days really getting in to the worldwide awareness, this is why the jumps (up/down) are so great..

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    I just wish to get that BP payment now and not in 10 days when it's back above $1k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMM View Post
    I just wish to get that BP payment now and not in 10 days when it's back above $1k.
    Yeap! ... $900 is still high

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    Bitcoin value is starting to climb again

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