Author Topic: Forums seem kindof dead today...  (Read 1453 times)

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Offline JoeyD

I could be wrong, but don't think so. I think he's referring to this thread: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=9885.0

Wow, that is one heated discussion, I'm kinda amazed that I missed it, although to be honest I mostly check the new posts at the bottom of the front page of the forums.  But it seems that is not a good way to keep tabs on what happens on this forums.

Offline Thom

I could be wrong, but don't think so. I think he's referring to this thread: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=9885.0
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Offline JoeyD

Think everyone is worn out from the ABL drama last week.

Lol +1

Seeing and hearing so many people talk about it is kinda making me curious what the hell happened.

It seems I missed it this time, although I got caught up in one when I first joined this forum and tried to have a conversation with one angry guy I never even heard of, which was apparently a very bad thing seeing how everybody is supposed to know who ABL is.

This is not about the ltb-beyondbitcoinshow right, or is it?

Offline oco101

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Think everyone is worn out from the ABL drama last week.

Lol +1

Offline tonyk

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All of the above... :)

Me personally, I found some very attractive buying opportunities (Empirical(the new version)'s post above and mine on BTT for clues) and I am turning the sofas, braking kids' piggy banks for some extra change.  :)
« Last Edit: October 13, 2014, 09:19:34 pm by tonyk »
Lack of arbitrage is the problem, isn't it. And this 'should' solves it.

Offline mint chocolate chip

Think everyone is worn out from the ABL drama last week.

Offline feedthemcake

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Also a holiday in the U.S. may have some away from computers.

Offline donkeypong

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I think it's an amazing value, too. Scooping up all the loose change I can find under the sofas...

Offline Empirical1.1

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Yeah you're in the eye of the storm imo.

A more stable BitAsset system with more yield and greater variety, plus a marketing push and greater BitAsset utility is incoming!

I'm personally still sceptical about some of the marketing strategy.
(They're targeting mainstream adoption and personally I think even with a $100 million budget you'd be pissing into the wind and I think rather trying to bootstrap the alt-coin market, high inflation countries with capital controls and then perhaps traders is probably a better approach.)

Either way considering that the peg works, plus there is enough shorting demand to generate significant BitAsset yield plus greater utility & marketing is incoming, plus we've scene how fast the devs can implement stuff. I actually think BTSX at $54 million today is even better value than it was at $18 million before people knew if the peg & system would work.

« Last Edit: October 13, 2014, 08:13:56 pm by Empirical1.1 »

Offline kisa

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just quiet before the storm...  8)

(i guess leading folks have to sort themselves after much action in Vegas)

Offline Thom

This is the least amount of activity I've seen on this board since getting involved here. Is there something going on I should know about?
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