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Bitcoin Price Chart from 2016 (Bitcoin for Dummies) - I love looking back at this from time to time and thinking about how everyone was wondering if it'd ever eclipse $1,000 again after doing so toward the end of 2013. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

Bitcoin Price Chart from 2016 (Bitcoin for Dummies) - I love looking back at this from time to time and thinking about how everyone was wondering if it'd ever eclipse $1,000 again after doing so toward the end of 2013. (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

I am excited that BCH is being irrationally criticized, because it reminds me of 2011 and 2012 when Bitcoin was being irrationally criticized. Any of 2013, when the price rose 100x.

If investing is about identifying mass delusion and capitalizing on it, what greater buy signal is there than an irrationally hated asset?
An investor looks for a mismatch between perception and reality. Short a stock that is irrationally loved. Buy a commodity that is treated like junk but has an as-yet unrecognized use.
The bigger the error, the bigger the opportunity.
Of all the patterns of errors people fall into, none kill rational thought faster than tribal emotions. As an investor, what do you make of the tribalistic chanting of "Bcash, Bcash, Bcash" especially without any arguments and coupled with dismissive content-free memes?
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Price($) of Top 15 Cryptocurrencies Without Bitcoin (2013-2019)

Price($) of Top 15 Cryptocurrencies Without Bitcoin (2013-2019) #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #coinmarketcap A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets. Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized digital currency and central banking systems. Source: https://coinmarketcap.com
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Price($) of Top 15 Cryptocurrencies Without Bitcoin (2013-2019)

Price($) of Top 15 Cryptocurrencies Without Bitcoin (2013-2019) submitted by varstudio1 to u/varstudio1 [link] [comments]

Price($) of Top 15 Cryptocurrencies With Bitcoin (2013-2019)

Price($) of Top 15 Cryptocurrencies Without Bitcoin (2013-2019) #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #coinmarketcap A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets. Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized digital currency and central banking systems. Source: https://coinmarketcap.com
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10-30 16:03 - '$1M BTC Price Prediction of John McAfee reflect 2013-2014 bull Market' (tokenhell.com) by /u/affika removed from /r/Bitcoin within 36-46min

$1M BTC Price Prediction of John McAfee reflect 2013-2014 bull Market
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In August of 2013, US Congress started looking into bitcoin. 4 month later the price was 10X higher. Rep Sherman might just be remembered as the catalyst for this bull run.

In August of 2013, US Congress started looking into bitcoin. 4 month later the price was 10X higher. Rep Sherman might just be remembered as the catalyst for this bull run. submitted by Spartacus_Nakamoto to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

An Unconventional Truth: Gold prices since the fall of 2013 have tumbled from $1,900 per ounce to around $1,200. And Bitcoin was the world’s worst-performing currency in 2014, its value falling by almost 60%.

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Is there any consensus on what caused the bitcoin price spike of 2013?

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97.8% of BTC newbs won’t know this one. The theme tune of the 2013 price spike and a reminder of simpler times in the bitcoin community.

97.8% of BTC newbs won’t know this one. The theme tune of the 2013 price spike and a reminder of simpler times in the bitcoin community. submitted by BenIntrepid to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin closing price 2013 - 2017. I wanted to see if there was a certain time of year where the closing price increased. Doesn't look like there are any trends at all.

Bitcoin closing price 2013 - 2017. I wanted to see if there was a certain time of year where the closing price increased. Doesn't look like there are any trends at all. submitted by BRENNEJM to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The price of Bitcoin just hit an all-time high - "currently trading at around $1,186 — which is about $20 more than its previous all-time high of ~$1,165, which it hit in November 2013, at the height of Bitcoin-mania."

The price of Bitcoin just hit an all-time high - submitted by mvea to Futurology [link] [comments]

2013–2018 screenshots of a Bitcoin price stretched vertically to retain the same scale

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Business Insider Magazine just now (Apr 3,2013) talking to and educating hedge fund managers about Bitcoin. Most were unaware. This means expect further inflows of funds (and bitcoin price increases) as they are educated and the big money starts coming into the basket.

Business Insider Magazine just now (Apr 3,2013) talking to and educating hedge fund managers about Bitcoin. Most were unaware. This means expect further inflows of funds (and bitcoin price increases) as they are educated and the big money starts coming into the basket.
This confirms something I believed. Bitcoin is no where near the long term real valuation peak because most of the people who will ultimately invest large funds into it and raise the price don't even really know about it. I would have felt the opposite perhaps or at least differently if Business Insider had said all the hedge fund managers knew about it and already had taken a position. That would had indicated Bitcoin valuations already had occured based on fund risk basket allocations but obviously they have not if they don't even know about it.
The other possibilty of course is some fund managers are taking big positions in it but certainly dont want to tip off a media outlet becuase it would just raise the cost of buying in before they have taken all the positions they want.
Also Fund managers follow herd instinct and the las\test trends as well because their investors demand they be "in" on what's going on. being out of the fastest growing valuation object of the year is akin to a job firing. They'll NEED to take a position just to cover their job asses.
When they see other professional funds already ARE in then that will make them go fast.
here are some:
https://www.ultimafund.com/
https://www.havelockinvestments.com/
http://flipppocalippo.wix.com/easybit
http://www.bitcoininvestmentfunds.com/
how I found all this:
https://www.google.com/search?q=funds+invested+in+bitcoin
One laughable thing in the article is how a fund investor says the market is too small for large funds to take part. He doesn't understand that Bitcoin valauations will continue to soar as first small funds and later larger funds take bitcoins as part of their risk/return basket allocation strategies. Bitcoin will very quickly go from a $1 billion valuation to over a Trillion. The manager is bascially saying "Duh, I won't buy shares in a company because they are too cheap". hows that going to work for ya in 3 yrs when everyone hears you say that at the investors meeting?
Hedge fund advisor speaking at meeting (likely EX hedge fund advisor) " Yeah I could have bought half the market cap of bitcoin for a song but I didn't. Now however when I can only buy .001% for a lot more I think it is a good investment."
Haha.
The Business Insider article is here. 
http://www.businessinsider.com/can-hedge-funds-invest-in-bitcoin-2013-4
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SECURITY ALERT: With #bitcoin price UP, the appetite of online thieves grows! BTC-wallet stealing malware stats of late 2013 show the correlation.

SECURITY ALERT: With #bitcoin price UP, the appetite of online thieves grows! BTC-wallet stealing malware stats of late 2013 show the correlation. submitted by Cor-Leonis to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

At last we finally know why the price of bitcoin exploded in 2013, and why Mt Gox subsequently collapsed. It all makes perfect sense.

http://i.imgur.com/0rjkVgi.gifv
Unless Mark sold or lost coins before the bubble(s), and was already effectively net short on coins before the run-up. He had an explainable excuse (DHS confiscation) for not being able to remit fiat, but no excuse for not allowing coin withdrawal. So in this theory he's forced to buy coins using the locked up customer fiat. This compounds his problem by driving the price up more. Until finally arbitrage through JPY accounts leaves him out of fiat, at which time (as indicated in the wizsec report) the bot starts selling. The fact that they suddenly had a JPY withdrawal bottleneck at the beginning of 2014 supports this conclusion. Finally he's out of coins and fiat, except for the 200k coins which would presumably have been what he hoped to keep for himself. In this theory I suspect he felt the heat from all the media attention and reluctantly decided to cough up those coins.
Obviously this is all conjecture but its really the simplest answer that supports the history. Especially if he was short those coins due to a much earlier hack. This would make his insistence that he was hacked true, and his sense of victimization justified (in his mind).
-discoltk
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/3fe92x/im_ashley_barr_aka_adam_turner_the_first_mtgox/ctor4f3
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I've been in Bitcoin since Feb 2013 and it's always the same story. Price goes crazy, reaches new high, crashes down a bit, then slowly rebounds up without much media attention. It then reaches a new high and media goes nuts. In my opinion, don't make the mistake of just watching from the sidelines.

Disclaimer: past performance doesn't guarantee future results.
It's just been really fascinating to watch. It doesn't matter if you think you don't have a use for Bitcoin - for every person that doesn't have a use, there's another that does need/want it and will pay for it.
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If You Bought $100 of Bitcoin Every Month Since November 2013 - Bitcoin's Price Peak...

During the Bitcoin Bull Market Peak of November 2013 — Coinbase, a trusted digital asset exchange company located in San Francisco, listed this selling price for 1 Bitcoin (XBT) at:
$1108.80.
People sang “to the moon!” But within 19 days the price dropped by 53.5%. People lost money. Media outlets brushed off the technology. Investors and financial analysts gave it the inaugural "thumbs down" that happens when a stock, commodity, or currency drops. Market optimism was crushed.
And by January 2015, the market hit its next all time low.
What if there was a way to invest safely without losing the original value of our money?
Continue reading at: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@briandriscoll/if-you-invested-usd100-every-month-in-bitcoin-since-november-2013
Note: Hey everyone, I bought in during this time and created this thought experiment. Using a common strategy by investors today "set it and forget it", we look at Bitcoins potential as in investment.
A good article for those thinking about trading or investing in Bitcoin.
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Here is a list of bitcoin price predictions from late 2013, take the forecasts you read with a grain of salt.

Here is a list of bitcoin price predictions from late 2013, take the forecasts you read with a grain of salt. submitted by SammieData to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

mayan maths making sense of bitcoin prices .. plus or minus 20% the mayans operate a 20-13 calendar 20 days in each of the 13 "months" the 5,120 year calendar got reset on 1st day of 2013 as we would expect !!

mayan maths making sense of bitcoin prices .. plus or minus 20% the mayans operate a 20-13 calendar 20 days in each of the 13 submitted by alfonumeric to btc [link] [comments]

2013–2018 screenshots of a Bitcoin price stretched vertically to retain the same scale

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I am excited that BCH is being irrationally criticized, because it reminds me of 2011 and 2012 when Bitcoin was being irrationally criticized. Any of 2013, when the price rose 100x. /r/btc

I am excited that BCH is being irrationally criticized, because it reminds me of 2011 and 2012 when Bitcoin was being irrationally criticized. Any of 2013, when the price rose 100x. /btc submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Price $75K ‘Within Weeks’? Recovery Mimics 2013 700% Bull Run  BTC Will Shatter $520K Top Cryptocurrency Prices 2013-2020 Economics of Bitcoin Panel - Bitcoin 2013 Conference Bitcoin market: prices and value history Bitcoin Update - just buy $1 worth of bitcoin please ...

Bitcoin Price fell 30% in a week, reaching a multi-month low of $750. 2-3 March 2017: $1,290+ Bitcoin Price broke above the November 2013 high of $1,242 and then traded above $1,290. April 2017: $1,210 — $1,250 May 2017: $2,000 Bitcoin Price reached a new high, reaching US$1,402.03 on 1 May 2017, and over US$1,800 on 11 May 2017. Bitcoin Price in 2013. The price of Bitcoin in USD is reported by Coindesk. All prices on this page are nominal (i.e., they are not indexed to inflation). For price history since Bitcoin was first traded on exchanges in 2010, click here. Bitcoin Price Chart, 2013 This graph shows the conversion rate of 1 Bitcoin to 1 USD at the first of each month. Bitcoin Price in 2013 ($) Bitcoin Price Table ... Bitcoin history for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. Bitcoin price chart since 2009 to 2019. The historical data and rates of BTC ... Bitcoin made headlines on Nov. 29 as the price of a single coin hit an all-time high. Mt. Gox one of the original and biggest bitcoin exchanges, based in Tokyo, recorded the high at $1,242 per ... In total, the price of bitcoin was above $1,000 for just 10 days in 2013, and only one day in 2014, according to BPI data. In 2013, prices quickly returned to the $600-$700 level, a low that, at ...

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Bitcoin Price $75K ‘Within Weeks’? Recovery Mimics 2013 700% Bull Run BTC Will Shatter $520K

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