Bitcoin Price


  1. yeah,If It’s too good to be true…

  2. Joe Omalley 11/11/2016 at 06:59

    So you thought.:-) I wouldn’t be surprised if it was one of the stolen ones being passed around like a hot potato.
    You know the old saying, about too good to be true.

  3. I figured if it’s free, why not haha

  4. Joe Omalley 10/11/2016 at 15:50

    Hey Chip, Be careful!

  5. I thought you are going to give bitcoin for free

  6. Bakul Sharma 08/11/2016 at 12:17

    how you gonna make the payment ???

  7. send it here 1DtLZ6prnkH8TgwpExjdmaEEWpckcx2zMp thanks!

  8. what do you mean?

  9. Bakul Sharma 01/11/2016 at 12:45

    I would like to send the 1 bitcoin @ USD 630, so anyone interested please feel free to contact me.

  10. Filthy Liar 27/10/2016 at 03:22

    Yeah, and bitcoin is being kept afloat by Chinese currency manipulators. If you bought into it, good luck getting out.

  11. wus up now bitches 2016!

  12. What was wrong with the previous chart?

    Why do we have to only look at coinbase? What happened to bitstamp and bitfinex?
    What is the volume traded in past 1 hour? and 24h?

    The chart ‘tools’ are unnecessary. The simple version was preferred. A big step backward….

  13. I second that.

  14. The new chart is terrible.

  15. Joe Omalley 12/10/2016 at 00:38

    There is so much happening at once, something will give soon. I like the fact that it seems to be a steady grind up, and not a flash in the pan, but it can be wiped out in minutes. Who knows? Markets are what they are.:-D

  16. Joe Omalley 12/10/2016 at 00:31

    That is one reason, I didn’t want to tie up anything with a venture at this point, I only have a bit over 5 and on a large spike, will sell and buy on pullbacks and corrections, while buying on dips. Resources are tight, and that’s my plan as of now.

  17. I can smell the bull is coming.

  18. Joe Omalley 08/10/2016 at 21:24

    I didn’t read your post until 10pm on Oct. 5th by the time I read about it and all , it was a little past midnight, and Oct 6th was not included in the first wave deal. That and being in Ukraine made it unattractive to play with, especially when i have a gut feeling about the near future and currency volatility. Just too much happening, If anything I’ll gamble with BTC selling on big spikes, and buying on pullbacks.

  19. There is, but it is beyond me. But Coinbase is insured against theft specifically from “a breach of their physical security, cyber security, or as a result of employee theft”. TO make it even more secure you can store your bitcoin in the vault. The vault stores your bitcoin in cold storage – offline storage system. So only insiders , somebody who have access to their building can steal it.

  20. From what I researched, if they can’t raise 2992 BTC by the period that they set. They will refund all the BTC back to each respective wallets. The founders seem honest and they put their pictures on the website Also they answer questions on the chat regularly. But I’ve never heard their name before. So, It’s still a risky venture, just remember only invest what you can afford to lose. ;) If they do this really well, I can see it grow into a unicorn. But still, this is in a very early stage, it’s like pre pre pre IPO lol.

  21. it is interesting faucet

  22. Joe Omalley 06/10/2016 at 06:36

    You have never steered me wrong, and I’m very much into ground floor investments. That is a fair % of what you quoted in holdings prior. I have to check it out, I may learn something.:-) From what I know of you, you work very hard on the research end, and don’t mind sharing. I trust you , and your judgement, more than my abilities and knowledge. Thanks.

  23. Joe Omalley 06/10/2016 at 05:27

    I just hope coinbase doesn’t get hacked or the grid grid going down doesn’t happen. I’m still not savvy on security, other than putting my info on a thumbnail, and printing out my address on a paper. Is there a way to hold it physically, like gold or silver, etc?

  24. sweet, I hope you score big too.

  25. Joe Omalley 05/10/2016 at 08:51

    I bought a little silver with my first ever BitCoin transaction! I was scared, but couldn’t believe how fast and easy it was. Now if I can learn how to keep it safe, I’m a big fan, and more bullish than ever.

  26. Check this out , I invested 3 BTC in this start-up. They are raising money before IPO. From what they wrote on their page, I think it it will be LEGEN… DARY . They are building the platform, not only the crypto-currency. Their vision for how the platform is going to be utilized by banks , business, even consumers is brilliant. But don’t invest because I think it is brilliant. Check it out for yourself and let me know what you think?

  27. Joe Omalley 02/10/2016 at 07:52

    Hey chip, hope you score big! I’m not confident enough in my skills or the technology to go all in, but I am adding whenever and however much I can. Ever since my old lady died, I’m having to deal with my millenials and a big house they all live in, and something bad always seems to set me back financially.
    Ether seems like a good bet and to me just looks like a smart Bitcoin, and is price friendly right now. I think the smart contract technology is a big plus and it might pass out Bitcoin eventually. Either way, I’ll have some of both, it seems to be the future, but gold and silver are also in the picture if you can afford it, later you won’t. A little bit of everything is how I’m trying to go, when my children are not eating

  28. Hey buddy! Yeah I am planning on getting some ether. I think it is now the second biggest crypto-currency after bitcoin.But it still has a long way of catch up with Bitcoin. It has a lot of potential. I am really bullish on bitcoin. I am pretty sure something going to happen soon. With Bitcoin ETF is being approved soon, State of New York has acknowlegded Bitcoin as money, I think bitcoin demand is growing. Maybe by the end of the year, it might hit $1000 a piece. But I am here for a long haul. I am not going to touch it until I retire ,which is 35 years from now. lol

  29. Joe Omalley 22/09/2016 at 07:20

    Hey chipmunk, how are you? I’m still chipping away adding BC and some ether. I think it may grow a lot, what do you think about it? I have a problem with patience, and find it hard not to watch the markets, feeling a little jumpy lately, like something might pop. Just a gut feeling, I’m well known for bad

  30. I agree, as soon as the ETF is approved, BTC is going to go up and up!

  31. Dr Bitcoin 17/09/2016 at 17:55

    time to stock up on bitcoins and XRP

  32. try doing the opposite, and see if you are making money?

  33. do not invest in BSAVE.IO , they will invest your bitcoin in bitfinex and pay you close to 0% interest. And they are not insured. So low interest, no insurance, what’s the point?

  34. CCN btc investment advice is boss. Those @$#&ers at Newsbtc always losing me money son. They dropping the ball like Shaq at freethrow.

  35. Joe Omalley 29/07/2016 at 04:23

    That’s a little north of 12k USD, if it does the $688, and then 1k, and retraces, Cliff could become the next Wall St. superstar! lol 10% on a trade at that point would be a little gutsy for that glory, I’d likely sit tight.

  36. Yeah, 80808 a piece by Jan 2017. I am all for it.

  37. Joe Omalley 28/07/2016 at 06:17

    You may want to watch clif’s wujo from July 27, it’s very, very interesting. It should come up on youtube, I got it from a subscription to The Daily Coin, but I think you’ll like what he says.

  38. No problem dude, No man’s an Island. As I said I am no expert, when somebody ask questions. I learn as well. good luck to you too. I will continue sharing stuff that i find interesting about bitcoin on here though.

  39. Joe Omalley 27/07/2016 at 21:17

    That’s normal, we’re not pro’s The time to buy is long gone, but there’s still lots of room left for profit. A great trader buys when the blood is in the street, and no one else will touch it out of fear, but like a poker player with all the chips he’ll buy every hand that’ s weak and win big because he wasn’t afraid to lose

  40. Joe Omalley 27/07/2016 at 06:28

    Thanks , I’ll get out of your hair, i usually don’t talk much, but you’ve been too nice in helping me, and I don’t want to bother you, so thanks much, and I’ll do my research and make more friends. More good advice from a chipmunk,lol so long friend, good luck!

  41. Joe Omalley 27/07/2016 at 06:15

    Good advice all the way around, thanks I’m just about halfway thru to #2 and keep most of it in a coinbase vault, and put $100.00 into Ether, just in case. It’s very slow going at this point, anything I had to invest is already in solid assets, and trying to play catch up on a wage earner’s salary is tough. I have lots of junk to sell, but never can find the time to do it, I’m not too smart with online stuff, and that’s where everything is going now. If I was retired, and had the time, things like that would be way easier.
    I heard Jeff Berwick make reference to physically owning Bitcoin, without using an online wallet. That is what I’d like to do if I have liquid cash left over after the dust settles from my father’s estate, should get me out of debt with some to spare, and that’s my plan, all the while chipping away with my income for as long as it lasts, and as far as it goes. All the big ideas, and my late wife’s surprises that she left me, is what has me in debt, and I just got the house back, and only keeping it because three generations live there, and my job requires I live in my city, but I’d be ok with a small cabin or something as I live on very little, and all the excess of the last 25 years makes me sick to think of, but that’s over and downsizing is the priority when I can get to it, just so damn much to do, and it doesn’t take much to stop progress with me, something always pops up, but I’ll get there! The main thing I want to know is how to store the Bitcoin safely when I can buy a sizable amount, or the price goes up. My giant to do list was only to remind myself to keep moving, I have to develope a relationship with Ebay and sell the big stuff local if possible, shipping is the problem with cars, a jazzy and things like that, plus you never know what might be worth more in the future, but the cute stuff can all go, family heirlooms, BMX bikes and equipment, truckloads of holiday decorations, my god, I hate to throw it all away, but it has to go, maybe as donations if it comes to that. At least I won’t need to rent a dumpster,plus I was a Garbage man for 25 years, lots of junk!

  42. You can find a lot of infos on , if not you can create a new thread and ask and people will reply.

  43. Solar power in PA is not a great idea, it will not be utilized all year round. Unless you plan to get a house where it’s summer all year long. I would advise you stay away from solar panel, for now anyway. Even though the price has dropped but It is still expensive.
    Back to bitcoin, Trading bitcoin is much like trading stocks really. I am no expert but bitcoin is just a little less complicated than stocks. With stocks, big players have the advantage and they have connection to infos that small players don’t have and huge capitals that enable them to manipulate the markets.
    With bitcoin, it is mostly pattern trading and I am no expert and not really good at pattern trading. But if you search ” pattern trading” at google you will learn more. But if you do not have a lot of bitcoin then it will not matter anyway because the fee will eat the profit up. So like me, I am just hoarding my bitcoin, I am at 11 coins right now. I plan to get a few miners to mine it in the next few weeks.
    If your interest rate on your debt is high, try borrowing money from for a lower rate and paid it off. That way, you will have less to pay. And try selling all the junks at your home that you’ve never really needed on ebay and use the money to pay off your debt. I did that with mine. I am now debt free.

  44. Joe Omalley 26/07/2016 at 23:35

    If you can point me to a better way, I have some learning to do, and will appreciate it, with more than words, for your time and trouble, but just a token, I really don’t have much, and am carrying a good size debt load, while trying to get at an estate tied up by bank bullshit and my kids college loans, as you know. When or if that ever happens, it’ll be like getting out of jail for a while. Debt free is a plan for acquiring more debt,lol but I have this dream of turning my home to solar power before I die.

  45. Joe Omalley 26/07/2016 at 23:23

    Not bitcoin, just bank account and credit card fraud, that was covered under terms of contract, and only for relatively small purchases of stupid stuff. I’m low tech, and currently locked out of my mobile app, because the screen to buy is blocking the screen to enter PIN #. I thought it would time out or something, but it’s been days, and I can’t use mobile app, which is frustrating and inconvenient at the very least.
    As my account grows, I’ll need to learn how to physically store the Bitcoin, but for now coinbase is ok, I just don’t want to lose everything monkeying with the mobile app, but want to use it, because it’s way easier.

  46. I understand, I did some stupid thing in the past, like buying when it’s going up (afraid of missing out) and sell when it’s going down ( afraid of loosing my dollar). When I did that I am always behind the market by one step. Not a good strategy. So my strategy now is to hoard and add some more when it’s low. Because like you say, we don’t know when it’s gonna spike.

  47. Well, I just spent a little of my bitcoin. I keep most of mine at coinbase. I use purse io just to buy things, but never really keep it there. Purse io is not as popular as amazon but they are gaining traction slowly. The website ranks 53538 in the world, while amazon ranks 7. So they still have a long way to go.

  48. you’ve been hacked? how so? I have never really kept my bitcoin there.I just use it to buy stuff, it’s 15% saving from Amazon prices. They seem to have improve their security. But make sure you don’t use simple password or anything that will make it easy to hack your account.

  49. Joe Omalley 26/07/2016 at 09:43

    Hi chipmunk, the link seems like a good deal, but I’m still a little gun shy when using Bitcoin, so far i just like hoarding a little just in case it appreciates quickly. I’m sure it’s as safe as a bank, but I’ve been hacked there before too. I’m sure I’ll get over it fast, if I have to, but not shopping right now,unless there’s a super sale Amazon is not the cheapest anymore.

  50. Joe Omalley 26/07/2016 at 09:18

    Hello Chipmunk, Is that link popular knowledge? I have a hard time spending my coin, it seems more valuable than regular cash, after I make the effort to save and buy it, I don’t want to miss a ride up that could surprise us. The 15% coupled with a small spike would be sweet too though.

  51. Now we can shop with bitcoin with ease. Through this link you can buy things cheaper but you have to pay with bitcoin. It has an escrow system built-in. So Buyer is protected. Let me know if you have any questions.

  52. Jack Mauher 18/07/2016 at 06:46

    Little chimpmunks are interesting creatures. But the name is DEFINETLY perceived as muy weak !!

  53. and if you want some free bitcoin, visit this bitcoin faucet I have earned.0001 bitcoin out of it. It’s not much but it’s free. :)

  54. If you plan to buy bitcoin securely , buy it from coinbase , when you use this link, you will get $10 bonus and so am I. Let me know if you have any other questions. This chipmunk will answer the best he knows how

  55. whoever Richard Fortman is, thank you so much for signing up using the link!

  56. Bitcoin’s halving tomorrow!

  57. Joe Omalley 08/07/2016 at 06:58


  58. Citizens Bank eh?, So you are in Western PA, It’s a small bank, I just closed my account with them, After I got the $200 bonus sign up. Well, I hope you will be able to get everything sorted out soon

  59. Joe Omalley 08/07/2016 at 00:00

    Good advice, lots of more important things to worry about, just wanted at least some exposure to this market, just in case. I have little to spare anymore that isn’t earmarked for something or another, and have debt because of a college loan cosigner estate, and a bank that will not put what is suppose to be their policy in writing! Sallie Mae complied, but Citizens Bank are only willing to say it on the phone, their manager FIRST MARK, has not complied after numerous requests! Time is money, and I fear they plan on stealing this money, regardless of their so called policies, which they will not put in writing for any reason, even when not associated with a loan, they will not make their policy public and this should be a red flag to anyone wanting to do business with this bank! Too many secrets about their policy equates to no rule of law, and they should be avoided. I’ll update this if it turns out to be just red tape, but a simple request like that should be in the note and public info for them to even do business.

  60. again brother…..try/use circle. they are completely secure, just got another round of funding…(60 million), & really are making huge strides…

  61. i now use circle, and they are superb brother….it literally could not be ezer to get btc through them AND use them as a wallet as well…

  62. yeah, I did check it out, My advice is to tread carefully and don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

  63. Joe Omalley 05/07/2016 at 21:35

    I checked ,after writing previous comment, with another free summary, and no such time frame was given, sorry. What was written was there will be 3 major waves of buying by the Chinese and a guess of the next 6 – 8 months was given, along with a soft price prediction.
    You can be certain manipulation will occur as long as , and on how much big banks have stocked up on Bitcoin, not much different than gold and silver in the futures market, in that respect. They’ll run out of bullets sooner or later, but they are pros, and it may not be obvious yet.

  64. Joe Omalley 04/07/2016 at 21:12

    Cliff High has a thing called web bot report, that he allows certain people to summarize for free. His predictions are remarkably accurate, considering the content, only the timing is impossible, but at the beginning of the year, he called the $400.00 mark, and then a run comparable to gold. Take it for what it’s worth. I think he also said in a couple years, it would partner up with a heavy hitter, and become a corporate settlement tool, worth ?, all spec., but interesting nevertheless.

  65. That would make me a happy chipmunk!

  66. Joe Omalley 04/07/2016 at 20:46

    A little spider said possibly 2k by the end of July, Things are all shook up!

  67. $700 by tomorrow!

  68. Joe Omalley 30/06/2016 at 07:21

    No worries, I shall always look fondly upon the name chipmunk.:-)

  69. Tomek Mróz 30/06/2016 at 01:13

    Try big cash. Invest only 0,01 btc and have 3% for a day:

  70. I didnt get it, well, I think since you were diverted to coinbase from blockchain, I guess Blockchain got the referral bonus. It’s ok buddy.

  71. Joe Omalley 29/06/2016 at 00:56

    I did, and liked what I saw, and when my father’s estate clears will likely take advantage. Until then things are tight, thanks for the referral.

  72. Joe Omalley 29/06/2016 at 00:52

    If you’re going to get it you should’ve by now, I got one. Hope so, don’t remember, I had so many delays.

  73. Joe Omalley 27/06/2016 at 23:19

    Thanks, I will. I’m waiting for payday to make anymore buys and get some hot wallets going to dabble in the trading part. I haven’t had time to even eat the last few days, between work and people getting sick, sending off one to the Navy, visiting corpse houses. It’s been a rough week, and on top of everything, trying to get a bank to stop sandbagging a release letter on an estate that I have money coming from. That will speed things up a bit!

  74. Anthony Louis 27/06/2016 at 22:00

    Hey Joe look at they offer for free the sell/buy at your price limit. I’m a Cryptocurrency newbie and found the whole process clear and simple. Besides BC they offer Etherum and others.
    Best of luck

  75. Joe Omalley 25/06/2016 at 08:18

    I could not have said it any better! Crazy might be understated, that referendum is not official, so a close eye on the situation is warranted. We will see if the powers that be think it enough to blame for a collapse, if not, it may not happen,and there may even be retribution. In any event it sure shook everybody up, the Eurozone is the early model of NWO,and I never would’ve thought they could pull the referendum off! The power of paper ballots and watchful eyes.

    As far as hedging currency, I am low tech so just now diversifying into Bitcoin, the upside potential is the sky, and it’s almost impossible for it to be manipulated, only have to worry about hacking and the power going out, not some thug killing you for a gold coin.

  76. I think things will be crazy for a while. Just look at Brexit, it is affecting the world economy and US election will shake things too. And China is devaluing their currency , so the Chinese is buying Bitcoin to mitigate the devaluation. And paypal has just recently patented blockchain technology , that means more more peopla are going to flock to cryptocurrencies. All these seem to be positive for bitcoin/ cryptocurrencies, as long as it keeps getting more secure, It will go main stream. Just my prediction, Long term is looking pretty bright, hopefully it will be my retirement fund lol

  77. Joe Omalley 24/06/2016 at 21:25

    I hope, in time, things are not so crazy, and settle down to a level that allows us and them to just make a buck and not worry about if you’ll get to keep ,or spend it. Too much crazy stuff happening, that is creating all the volatility/opportunity, with high risk. I would like a safe way/ normal economy back and even just keep what I earn, haven’t even got my first order yet, or formed any kind of strategy except buy and hold. The test will be when the first buy comes ,and I have a small amout in a wallet to actually use.

  78. Joe Omalley 24/06/2016 at 10:32

    Not sure, hope so. I went through a lot of hoops to get verified,and actually got diverted there from a blockchain walletI installed when I tried to buy Bitcoin. If I can make it happen I will though.

  79. I would like that feature as well, preset the limits, you can do that at but not on coinbase as of now.

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  81. Joe Omalley 23/06/2016 at 07:05

    Same here, and so far they have been supportive and responsive to me, as a start up, and may have even hacked me when I installed a Blockchain wallet. I got diverted to them when I tried to buy with the first wallet, and then the rest of the thread happened. I have my eyes open now and see all the different options, and safety is key! I saw one that claimed to store it on paper! I haven’t had time to research it, but that kind of option would be attractive to me, being old school and not prone to sitting at a computer for longer than I have to, It would be so nice if you could preset buys and sells at price limits, maybe in time , who knows?

  82. As long as you sign up through the link, I will get the referral bonus. But it’s ok, if it’s not. I appreciate the thought! ;)

  83. I chose them because they are most secured so far. I have put my bitcoins at several places and coinbase has kept my bitcoin safe. I lost my bitcoin at mt gox, and other exchanges that got hacked. So I just want to hold it for long term and cash it out when it’s a good price for me.

  84. Joe Omalley 22/06/2016 at 09:48

    If I can at this point, I’ll try and put you as the referral, but it took so long, i don’t know if it’ll work.

  85. Joe Omalley 22/06/2016 at 09:42

    I finally got all set up and they hit me with a new guy limit, so I went and bought a couple tubes of silver, then the price went down, and I was glad about the limit, which was raised after I complained, but had spent most of my cash already. Anyway thank you, and did you know they are backed by some big venture capitalists? Probably why you backed them?

  86. It’s always yesterday!! Jump in, the water is warm.

  87. this is a scam website, it won’t pay you.

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  89. Joe Omalley 19/06/2016 at 00:13

    Thanks , I physically went to the bank and got the required info, now I can add the debit/credit card associated with the account. Only hold up now is cash! Thanks for your help, kind person.

  90. Coinbase is pretty secure, and they have been around for as long as bitcoin itself. Also you can buy it with debit card if you don’t want to deal with bank info.

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  94. Joe Omalley 17/06/2016 at 10:57

    By the time I have a decent amount of money the boat may be missed, if not I’ll likely have more than one wallet. Thanks, good to know! They’re probably dummy friendly too. ha

  95. Joe Omalley 17/06/2016 at 10:50

    That’s where I want to go, thanks. I don’t have an online bank account, to verify deposits and having trouble with ID too. Frustrating to be tech challenged, with no time to learn how to use the tool of the future to capacity. Just want to get my feet wet, by the time I have money to really invest, the boat will be missed.

  96. Oh, and Look! Tonight Bitcoin is at $730 USD! (June 15 2016)
    Time to buy…..was like 3 weeks ago! *sigh*

  97. Clancey Stahr 16/06/2016 at 03:57

    I suggest using Xapo because if you go with them your Bitcoin are insured for free (just like with a bank.)

  98. Joe Omalley 14/06/2016 at 23:20

    Where’s the best place for a tech idiot to get set up with my first Bitcoin?

  99. And this night we just had a bitcoin price rise to 502,90 Dollars. ( 28/5-2016 )

    It was worth 472.35$. 27/5-2016.

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  106. Javier Atun 03/04/2016 at 19:38

    I think that all the pro traders just use (or a proprietary API that plugs into it), and p2p sellers can get a far better price by buying on and then just selling on but maybe if people are interested from a more academic point of view then these charts could be helpful.

  107. Does anybody set their own prices by posting their own ad on because I’ve done it and got offers, other times I try to buy cheap and *crickets*.

  108. and now 9 months after you wrote this comment I am here looking at a bitcoin price of $397.00 looks like you should have invested heavily, your $$ would have almost doubles in just 9 months.

  109. Orchideric 23/12/2015 at 18:42

    $430, not $230… and ya… we kno. hehe

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