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June 27, 2017, 10:08:23 PM
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Cheesy Lol. @The Irishman, what do you think caused the incredible dip/decrease in price of Digibyte? Is it just the overall relation to Bitcoin and the vitality there or is there another reason for it?

As with everything regarding oscillations on free markets, it would be naive of me to try to pinpoint a cause (or causes) in cases like this, especially for the absurdly fast price increase. All we can do is a pragmatic analysis of what happened: the coin's price increased from under 50 to over 2000 satoshi too fast, something which would inevitably end up leading to a massive price correction and profit taking. Anyone who has followed bitcoin from the beginning saw that happen lots of times.

What people fail to notice is that, even with DGB at 500 satoshi (or even lower), that still means huge profits for everyone who was mining or holding the coin more than 3 months ago when the price went as low as 19 satoshi. Hell, if you had bought the coin at 19 satoshi, when it reached 190 you'd already have made a profit of 10x! The only people whining are the greedy ones who never supported DGB and only showed up here AFTER the price started rising so fast, hoping to make a quick buck. Real supporters and savvy, level-headed investors won't be bothered by bubbles or heavy oscillations happening within a couple weeks span.


a lot of newcomer got into this at 2100satoshi, i really dont like the way we made profit is someone had to be eat each other


That's just part of the game. Any profit you took in the past means you also ate someone's funds and maybe now they are down. I sold 75% of my holdings between 2250 and 2350 to those who are now, if still holding them to make a buck, are crying their eyes out. I mined DGB and also bought DGB when it was 34 sats. DGB has make me a little on the wealthy side, but still I complain because there is no regular solid facts coming on a regular basis from the dev team. I don't care if they market DGB. but I do care about what's going on with DGB. Currently, I can't mine because it doesn't work. I can't use the iOS wallet because it doesn't work and last time I checked, I can't take MY DGB out of the game site because it doesn't work. I have supported DGB from late 2014. Personally, I think it's time for DGB to shit or get off the pot.
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June 27, 2017, 11:13:53 PM
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a lot of newcomer got into this at 2100satoshi, i really dont like the way we made profit if someone had to be eat each other

You shouldn't feel sorry for them. Anyone who had been supporting DGB before the price went up profited, and rightly so. Only those who never gave a damn about DGB and only got in because of the high price probably ended up losing money. It's the same thing as with every market. It has happened over and over again with hundreds of different coins, you can read stories like this all over these forums. And even those who bought at 2K, if they believe the coin has a future there's no reason to regret having done it, just hold them and wait for their investment to pay off.

@Razoo: I see where you're coming from, I'm really annoyed right now that I'm not able to solo mine with version 6.14.2 of the wallet, probably because of getwork being removed. This should be addressed ASAP.

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Today at 01:49:34 AM
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Cheesy Lol. @The Irishman, what do you think caused the incredible dip/decrease in price of Digibyte? Is it just the overall relation to Bitcoin and the vitality there or is there another reason for it?

As with everything regarding oscillations on free markets, it would be naive of me to try to pinpoint a cause (or causes) in cases like this, especially for the absurdly fast price increase. All we can do is a pragmatic analysis of what happened: the coin's price increased from under 50 to over 2000 satoshi too fast, something which would inevitably end up leading to a massive price correction and profit taking. Anyone who has followed bitcoin from the beginning saw that happen lots of times.

What people fail to notice is that, even with DGB at 500 satoshi (or even lower), that still means huge profits for everyone who was mining or holding the coin more than 3 months ago when the price went as low as 19 satoshi. Hell, if you had bought the coin at 19 satoshi, when it reached 190 you'd already have made a profit of 10x! The only people whining are the greedy ones who never supported DGB and only showed up here AFTER the price started rising so fast, hoping to make a quick buck. Real supporters and savvy, level-headed investors won't be bothered by bubbles or heavy oscillations happening within a couple weeks span.


a lot of newcomer got into this at 2100satoshi, i really dont like the way we made profit is someone had to be eat each other


That's just part of the game. Any profit you took in the past means you also ate someone's funds and maybe now they are down. I sold 75% of my holdings between 2250 and 2350 to those who are now, if still holding them to make a buck, are crying their eyes out. I mined DGB and also bought DGB when it was 34 sats. DGB has make me a little on the wealthy side, but still I complain because there is no regular solid facts coming on a regular basis from the dev team. I don't care if they market DGB. but I do care about what's going on with DGB. Currently, I can't mine because it doesn't work. I can't use the iOS wallet because it doesn't work and last time I checked, I can't take MY DGB out of the game site because it doesn't work. I have supported DGB from late 2014. Personally, I think it's time for DGB to shit or get off the pot.

ah you are not update, market has explanation, mining is fine many of us didnt have problem just you and the question is why?, if you are supporter since 2014 i think you know about apple delete digibyte wallet since year ago, so my question is are you really supported since 2014? or just liar?
account register June 09, 2017 but talk since 2014, oh i see clone account right? Grin Grin Grin

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Today at 01:55:30 AM
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Hi, I was wondering when the DigiByte Devs are going to solve the mining problem that causes too much auto sell by mining noobs?
It causes supply >>> demand.
Causing this continuing crash which upsets many investors.  Cry

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@cryptotime/the-truth-behind-the-continuing-digibyte-crash


Both your rationale and that "article" are pathetically stupid and lack the most basic notions of how markets work - be it crypto, stocks or whatever. What do you want, another bitcoin, centralized in the hands of a few giant ASIC mining farms? Do us all a favor and go to hell.

Cheesy Lol. @The Irishman, what do you think caused the incredible dip/decrease in price of Digibyte? Is it just the overall relation to Bitcoin and the vitality there or is there another reason for it?
hahahahahhahaha
price fall because miner selling? are you stupid? how much supply on market? bittrex or poloniex? do you see significant increase supply on sell order?
i seen 1.8billion dgb at poloniex and 400million dgb at bittrex 6 weeks ago, look at now where they go?

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Today at 03:25:50 AM
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Cheesy Lol. @The Irishman, what do you think caused the incredible dip/decrease in price of Digibyte? Is it just the overall relation to Bitcoin and the vitality there or is there another reason for it?

As with everything regarding oscillations on free markets, it would be naive of me to try to pinpoint a cause (or causes) in cases like this, especially for the absurdly fast price increase. All we can do is a pragmatic analysis of what happened: the coin's price increased from under 50 to over 2000 satoshi too fast, something which would inevitably end up leading to a massive price correction and profit taking. Anyone who has followed bitcoin from the beginning saw that happen lots of times.

What people fail to notice is that, even with DGB at 500 satoshi (or even lower), that still means huge profits for everyone who was mining or holding the coin more than 3 months ago when the price went as low as 19 satoshi. Hell, if you had bought the coin at 19 satoshi, when it reached 190 you'd already have made a profit of 10x! The only people whining are the greedy ones who never supported DGB and only showed up here AFTER the price started rising so fast, hoping to make a quick buck. Real supporters and savvy, level-headed investors won't be bothered by bubbles or heavy oscillations happening within a couple weeks span.


a lot of newcomer got into this at 2100satoshi, i really dont like the way we made profit is someone had to be eat each other


That's just part of the game. Any profit you took in the past means you also ate someone's funds and maybe now they are down. I sold 75% of my holdings between 2250 and 2350 to those who are now, if still holding them to make a buck, are crying their eyes out. I mined DGB and also bought DGB when it was 34 sats. DGB has make me a little on the wealthy side, but still I complain because there is no regular solid facts coming on a regular basis from the dev team. I don't care if they market DGB. but I do care about what's going on with DGB. Currently, I can't mine because it doesn't work. I can't use the iOS wallet because it doesn't work and last time I checked, I can't take MY DGB out of the game site because it doesn't work. I have supported DGB from late 2014. Personally, I think it's time for DGB to shit or get off the pot.

ah you are not update, market has explanation, mining is fine many of us didnt have problem just you and the question is why?, if you are supporter since 2014 i think you know about apple delete digibyte wallet since year ago, so my question is are you really supported since 2014? or just liar?
account register June 09, 2017 but talk since 2014, oh i see clone account right? Grin Grin Grin


Telenong you're just another idiot shooting your mouth off about things you don't know about and that's all you'll ever be. So no need for you to try to convince anyone of anything different than that on any scale. It will cause your pea brain to explode.
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Today at 04:55:40 AM
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Cheesy Lol. @The Irishman, what do you think caused the incredible dip/decrease in price of Digibyte? Is it just the overall relation to Bitcoin and the vitality there or is there another reason for it?

As with everything regarding oscillations on free markets, it would be naive of me to try to pinpoint a cause (or causes) in cases like this, especially for the absurdly fast price increase. All we can do is a pragmatic analysis of what happened: the coin's price increased from under 50 to over 2000 satoshi too fast, something which would inevitably end up leading to a massive price correction and profit taking. Anyone who has followed bitcoin from the beginning saw that happen lots of times.

What people fail to notice is that, even with DGB at 500 satoshi (or even lower), that still means huge profits for everyone who was mining or holding the coin more than 3 months ago when the price went as low as 19 satoshi. Hell, if you had bought the coin at 19 satoshi, when it reached 190 you'd already have made a profit of 10x! The only people whining are the greedy ones who never supported DGB and only showed up here AFTER the price started rising so fast, hoping to make a quick buck. Real supporters and savvy, level-headed investors won't be bothered by bubbles or heavy oscillations happening within a couple weeks span.


a lot of newcomer got into this at 2100satoshi, i really dont like the way we made profit is someone had to be eat each other


That's just part of the game. Any profit you took in the past means you also ate someone's funds and maybe now they are down. I sold 75% of my holdings between 2250 and 2350 to those who are now, if still holding them to make a buck, are crying their eyes out. I mined DGB and also bought DGB when it was 34 sats. DGB has make me a little on the wealthy side, but still I complain because there is no regular solid facts coming on a regular basis from the dev team. I don't care if they market DGB. but I do care about what's going on with DGB. Currently, I can't mine because it doesn't work. I can't use the iOS wallet because it doesn't work and last time I checked, I can't take MY DGB out of the game site because it doesn't work. I have supported DGB from late 2014. Personally, I think it's time for DGB to shit or get off the pot.

ah you are not update, market has explanation, mining is fine many of us didnt have problem just you and the question is why?, if you are supporter since 2014 i think you know about apple delete digibyte wallet since year ago, so my question is are you really supported since 2014? or just liar?
account register June 09, 2017 but talk since 2014, oh i see clone account right? Grin Grin Grin


Telenong you're just another idiot shooting your mouth off about things you don't know about and that's all you'll ever be. So no need for you to try to convince anyone of anything different than that on any scale. It will cause your pea brain to explode.

newbie is talking soo scaaryy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
liar!

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Today at 07:56:50 AM
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hello guys,
try to search anyway but cant find.
may i know what hash rate for below card
rx580 8g
rx480 8gb
rx570 4gb
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Today at 12:43:55 PM
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Hitted the floor. We bought cheap. Time to retrace 1k inc.
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Today at 02:19:21 PM
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Hitted the floor. We bought cheap. Time to retrace 1k inc.

yes it is too far from the highest hi, buy now would be safe

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