From my Experience in FOREX Market, i feel that there is a Steem Market manipulation

in sbd •  2 years ago  (edited)

That's me thinking and analyzing

So i have a theory today about Steemit Market (Buy/Sell - SBD/Steem)

I noticed that somebody on this market is working on purpose to reduce the price of Steem VS SBD.

and that thing has been going on for a while, and repeatedly, i figure it out by the timing of placing orders, and the amounts that are being placed

so they put huge amount in buy orders with separate orders in the SBD with the highest current possible price, and follow it with sequence of less higher price orders.

the second thing he/she/they are doing is the put and order on the Top of the selling orders with lowest price possible

which is resulting of people not buying Offers steem at low price to compete with this offers, and in general price the price of steem goes down.

my huge is that this person have an amount of SBD, and want to transfer it to steem, so instead of direct transfer, they manipulate the price, to get as cheap as possible.

i don't know if there is solution for this, but i just wanted to share this, and the best place to share it is steemit it self.

all i know, that he/she cannot continue doing this, because eventually they will run out of SBD, but the damage is done.

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This is off topic, but do you know Miss MJ? She is a YouTube vlogger and you remind me of her. She is flight crew for Emirates. Here is a link to one of her videos, I think you might like it.

that's not a curly hair, lol (Asian cannot have curly hair "unfortunately")
no i don't know her, i actually work for Qatar Airways, so she is in the same type of work but not a colleague

Great fined, thanks for looking out for Steem!

in cases like this you kinda wish that it's not decentralized and you can report it to someone.
but nothing is perfect.
thanks for the comment and upvote, i appreciate it!!

I agree, this has been going on for quite some time here on steemit. It is pretty predictable too. I never traded forex but traded stocks and crypto for quite some time. some one is making themselves a pretty penny by doing it too.

glad i am not the only one who noticed

There is a lot of funny business going on in this platform. Sometimes I am not sure if the whole decentralized idea is a good idea. I started powering down because of this reason.

I am also planning to power down soon if the BS doesn’t stop

Thank you for sharing...will have to make some time to check out this exchange platform...upvoted and sharing.

Nice analysis

Thanks

I hope and think that the markets will restore themselves. If the daily market volume will rise a few times his or her chances are over. A dutch saying is (translated) , who digs a hole for another, falls in themselves. Lets hope so :)

actually, he or she will be lucky if the market goes up, because they already bought a lot of steem, more then 10K.

so if the market went back to 1.25, he or she will be making about $2,000

Thats also a good one. Well if he or she puts the money back into steem hopefully I wouldnt mind

i don't think that is the case, i think they will cash out the profit and keep playing with the original investment.
that's what i would do!

True that. I aint a large holder of cryptos but ive exchanged everything into steem power. Im thinkink of investing in 1 other coin. I was a big fan of verge but im doubting now.

just ride with theme haha

you need to be very rich to do that!!

Interesting analysis. I think this a major problem with cryptos in general nowadays. Thank you for sharing. @originalworks

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in steemit, it's not a big deal, trading volume is not so big,
i think someone with a sufficient amount of money, can stop such manipulation very easily.

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This kinda thing is bad for creative content creators such as myself. I havd very little understanding of the financial side of this stuff. I just came here to make great content. But obviously this upvote/coin system was part of the attraction. :(

Interesting, I'm no expert in trading and even less in trading crypto would this practice be deemed illegal if been conducted through regulated channels in the US/UK

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are you commenting on the topic or me?

I would be definitely commenting on you :P

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On the topic of course and in particular

'Please fasten your seat belts & prepare for take off!!!

  ·  2 years ago Reveal Comment

well to be honest, i am not expert with cryptocurrency, but i have good FOREX background, and that was market manipulation for sure..
i don't know what is DDoS attacks, sorry to disappoint you
thanks for the follow and upvote

DDoS attacks are Distributed Denial of Service attacks. Basically you convince (infect) a lot of computers around the world from very different Service Providers to coordinate and flood a target server all at the same time, if you have enough collective bandwidth from the infected machines, the server's internet connection overflows with crap, and it can't access the internet until the attack is mitigated.

Simplest explanation i have ever heard

Thanks brother! I like to try and keep it simple =)

For sure something fishy is going on for a while

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Market manipulation is rife in the unregulated crypto space. So, you're not crazy, but completely on point. I just posted about this and possible future outcomes if you're curious https://steemit.com/crypto/@minderbinder/government-regulations-and-the-cryptocurrency-space. Good post and thanks for contributing!

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No worries man! Good luck and keep posting!

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This is HIGHLY common in ANY market. Those with the power (high vested shares) have a slight edge to manipulate the market in a small but noticeable fashion.

This is the nature of markets and is likely to never change

Nice