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This may not be a bitcoin grab This may be a destabilizing and psychological attack by malevolent actors. Many here think its natural market forces and manipulation by interested parties but I've seen many crashes before and this does not seem like the others. I've seen bitcoin manipulated crashes and this one on a deep gut level is not like the others.
This is a protracted attack unlike previous time-limited manipulated dumps. OK I'll jump in, here's my take - Tinfoil hat on. Previous to dump, there was price suppression occurring. But then came DELL. Morale increases in Bitcoin community How then do they destabilize and destroy morale?
Well, there happens to be a shitload of leveraged longs on Bitfinex which looks like a juicy match-stick house. Why don't we just take a hammer dump and knock down this match-stick house and trigger stop-losses causing a downward cascade in price. Continuously flood the market with low ball offers to reinforce the downtrend and maintain the attack for days. Sooner or later the psychological trauma induced will cause a lot of die hards and many weak hands to offload their stash.
Banks do not need to be directly involved The monetary value of the attack is just the cost of doing business. Judging by the majority of posts on the speculation forum, it is evident that many posters are very naive about financial markets and lack a basic and fundamental knowledge of trading. They are the perfect targets for directed psychological attack and manipulation especially by seasoned vipers. Tinfoil hat off.
We can also argue that the market is just retesting the price levels. Why would they need to hold to crash the market? Many places to short with fiat. Yeah, buy off exchange, sell into exchanges. Weak hands get shaken out as fuck. Banksters win. Only remedy is to hold. The more they dump for the sake of manipulation the bigger the next bubble will be.
As an example, two huge whales can bounce large amounts of bitcoins between each other at lower and lower prices. At the same time they can both be buying bitcoins all the time in a steady stream while the price sinks more and more.
I wonder if it's possible to buy lots of bitcoins while the price is going down! I suspect the really big whales have extreme tricks up their sleeves. Ordinarily, when lots of bitcoins are being bought by whales, the price should tend to go up.
But maybe not! So, during a long steady decline over several months, some huge whales may be vacuum cleaning the whole bitcoin market and sucking up all the bitcoins they can get their hands on, while the price is DROPPING!
Quote from: dropt on August 18, , PM. Certainly possible, but they would have had to be holding in the first place to cause this mess. Quote from: inca on August 18, , PM. This new conspiracy theory contradicts my old theory that Bitcoin is "just" a pilot project. It could be that Bitcoin is the real deal!
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Inside job is a film directed by Charles Ferguson. The documentary did much to outline the mentality of the bankers in the financial disaster. The film raised public awareness as to what actually happened within the world of finance at the time of the collapse and the scandals committed by the bankers at the time. According to the film the banking system was the sole cause of the banking crisis itself.
The film is divided into five parts. How we got here — , the bubble — , the crisis — , Accountability and Where we are Now onward. Unlike a lot of conspiracy type movies, this was a well put together piece which was warmly received by both audiences and critics. It describes how a group of bankers set out, and succeeded quite spectacularly, to defraud American citizens of their acquired wealth.
The film was narrated by Matt Damon. The documentary highlights how not one banker was ever punished for the collapse of the banking system, and that most actually went away while amassing huge fortunes. In contrast, hundreds of thousands of citizens lost jobs and mortgages, who had no involvement with the financial system.
The role of politicians is also noted in the documentary. Efforts to regulate derivatives, a root cause of the collapse, were blocked by a number of key political figures. Both outline the main theme of the banking industry and those who work within it, which largely boils down to making money at all costs. However, both these works have been criticized as terribly one sided. While the culture within banking is reprehensible, to lay it all at the feet of the bankers is a little much.
Individual citizens went out and bought extra cars and houses which they could not afford. They were not forced. Many people, Michael Lewis, included, failed to predict the housing collapse. And these types of black swan events do happen all the time. The bankers seem to provide a convenient scapegoat, even if they are not exactly what one could describe as clean.
Very, very few people predicted the financial collapse, including regulators, academics, journalists, hedge funds and independent investors. Inside Job is strongest in detailing the conflicts of interest that various people had in relation to the financial sector, but the reason those ties were conflicts was that they also had substantial reasons — fame, fortune, security, etc.