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comment Why aren't early adopters intervening in the market in order to stabilize the BTC price?
... and the 2013 bubble!
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answered Can you add value to a Casascius physical coin?
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revised What happens to my bitcoins if there's a permanent fork in the chain?
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answered What happens to my bitcoins if there's a permanent fork in the chain?
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answered Do “the official bitcoin developers” control Bitcoin?
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revised Is there a ripple whitepaper?
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awarded  Supporter
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27
comment Why aren't early adopters intervening in the market in order to stabilize the BTC price?
I don't see how this kind of intervention (manipulation) would make it an unfree market. Nobody is being forced to buy or sell anything. Nodody is being defrauded.
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revised Why aren't early adopters intervening in the market in order to stabilize the BTC price?
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27
comment Why aren't early adopters intervening in the market in order to stabilize the BTC price?
I just find it hard to believe that none of them feel that way, after experiencing the 2011 bubble.
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27
revised Is there a ripple whitepaper?
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answered Is there a ripple whitepaper?
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27
revised Why aren't early adopters intervening in the market in order to stabilize the BTC price?
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asked Why aren't early adopters intervening in the market in order to stabilize the BTC price?
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27
answered What are some ways that the powerful elite can thwart cryptocurrencies?