When CM comes back online (please don't start arguing weather not it will or not), what will happen to the price of ECA? On Coinsmarkets it was roughly $0.008 or so when it went down, on exchanges now it is about $0.002
When CM comes back, will the price on CM stay at $0.008 so we can trade ECA for LTC, then transfer LTC to a different exchange and buy ECA for $0.002 to make a 4x profit (if we are fast enough to do it before others), or will the price on CM become a blockchain average like $0.005, and will the other exchanges become this average too?
Is it right that the price will be what it was left at (approx $0.008) and trading will average the prices out? This would mean the prices for other coins on Coinsmarkets would be what they were early January too, right before the moderate cryptocurrency crash that happens now, thus if Coinsmarkets came online now, that huge surge of trading to try to get money from the price differences between exchanges may cause another CM website crash and may follow the events that happened earlier with FUD and legal accusations? So, if CM were to come back, it would make sense if they disallowed trading and only allowed withdrawals?
What are your thoughts on this, and what could happen to the price if CM were to come back? Thanks