I don't see any Cryptsey BOT selling anything. Don't get me wrong for I'm a Darkcoin enthusiast but I dislike delusions as much as misinformation. Could you elucidate that notion of the price being manipulated?
I worry. I will not sell my Darkcoins, in fact I bought more and will buy more next and, by doing so, I'm going against my better judgement here (% of DRK in my portfolio is well above my comfort level). Alas, I've spent well too much time in the fiat stock market not to be wary of the terminology, once it's been used here. Some stocks are simple not attractive to buyers; it could be an image issue, bad PR, whatsoever, and not always some evil "manipulation." Even Evan used that stock market terminology in another post, talking about waiting for the "weak hands to exit." This is a reason for concern. The main guy should not worry about any "weak" or "strong" hands.
All of us should act as a tribe, Darkcoin enthusiasts promoting it. I paid the price for doing just that - two friends of mine lost a lot of money thus far and are angry at me and I have to stay quiet - so all I could do is to buy more and hope the developers will be able to produce a winner in alt market. I still think we're losing on marketing issues. Darkcoin is sliding, dangerously, for a full week now, This has never, ever, worked well for any stock, and if we're going to apply fiat stock market terminology, "never try to catch a falling knife" is what the people, observing the Darkcoin's price, might have in mind.
Once the price goes too low, nothing will bring it back - no matter how great the product is, for it would be perceived as toxic. I AM NOT saying this is the case
, I'm patient and could withstand even a 100% loss on my investment thus far but I would like us all to take a week long, steep drop in price much more seriously than now.
(and no, I don't care about other currencies. And yes, I am aware it is August. Just my 2 cents of concern
or, perhaps, I should use :sad: