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    Junior2016!!!!88!!1!!!!
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    I met the winklevoss twins a friend of mine is close buds with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubbinsRacin View Post
    I met the winklevoss twins a friend of mine is close buds with them

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    By July 2019, the bitcoin network will require more electricity than the entire United States currently uses. By February 2020, it will use as much electricity as the entire world does today.
    Sounds sustainable
    just drivin' round in John Voight's car

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    Maybe bitcoin will build our dyson sphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmab03 View Post
    Sounds sustainable
    won't be a problem once all those coal jobs come back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screamindemon3 View Post
    Care to share your thoughts?
    The speculation and investment is not in a technology but the recent partnerships they’ve signed with big name companies.

    But without knowing too much, I have little reason to believe those partnerships are as valuable as the speculation in the currency signifies. I choose not to invest in publicity but that might be a short term fault for evaluating crypto.


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    Wouldn't surprise me if it hits $20k by the end of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2&2 Slider To Leyritz View Post
    Wouldn't surprise me if it hits $20k by the end of the year.
    I'll bet 25.00 there's a run this week that breaks 20k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screamindemon3 View Post
    I'll bet 25.00 there's a run this week that breaks 20k
    Help me understand. What is your risk tolerance here?

    Like, are you going to pour 20%+ of your portfolio into Bitcoin today looking for that (any) return?

    Please, I would love to start to make sense of this for my own sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grabs Turds Bare View Post
    Help me understand. What is your risk tolerance here?

    Like, are you going to pour 20%+ of your portfolio into Bitcoin today looking for that (any) return?

    Please, I would love to start to make sense of this for my own sake.
    I'm 27, single (for now), have a senior level job at a software company, no debt, and pay 450.00 rent per month to my best friend. What do I have to lose throwing 5k at this? Currently, I have 4.2k invested, barely anything. Have 800.00 set aside if I want to buy anything else. I enjoy keeping up with it and accept the risk for the chance this goes somewhere in the next few years.

    As far as my crypto portfolio goes, I currently have 0% in BTC.

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    Litecoin up 76% today
    Ehtereum up 26% today

    Coinbase has "temporarily disabled" purchase of either

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy2016 View Post
    Litecoin up 76% today
    Ehtereum up 26% today

    Coinbase has "temporarily disabled" purchase of either
    always do

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    Charlie Lee is the creator of Litecoin:


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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy2016 View Post
    Charlie Lee is the creator of Litecoin:

    ...if these trends continue, Ayyyyy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screamindemon3 View Post
    I'm 27, single (for now), have a senior level job at a software company, no debt, and pay 450.00 rent per month to my best friend. What do I have to lose throwing 5k at this? Currently, I have 4.2k invested, barely anything. Have 800.00 set aside if I want to buy anything else. I enjoy keeping up with it and accept the risk for the chance this goes somewhere in the next few years.

    As far as my crypto portfolio goes, I currently have 0% in BTC.
    This. I look at it the same way. It's an investment that I don't plan on pulling out anytime soon. The money invested shouldn't be anything you actually need or can't stand to lose. I put $1,000 in on 2 ETH coins and 1 LTC coin on the 7th. Currently up 85% or so in 1 week. Hope it goes up 85000% but it's a gamble and I know it going in.

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    Yeah it is all just high risk, high reward money. The same way the dickbag managing your mutual fund throws a few of your dollars down on a risky stock play to diversify the fund, this is simply an investment on the extremely risky side of your overall investment portfolio diversity (market funds, bonds, house/ real estate, jewelry, savings/checking accounts, small business, PSLs, whatever).

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    So late in the summer I bought 4 GBTC for $700. It's like 4x that today, so I sold one to recover my initial outlay and am playing with house money now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screamindemon3 View Post
    I'll bet 25.00 there's a run this week that breaks 20k
    Would have been a loser here

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2&2 Slider To Leyritz View Post
    Yeah it is all just high risk, high reward money. The same way the dickbag managing your mutual fund throws a few of your dollars down on a risky stock play to diversify the fund, this is simply an investment on the extremely risky side of your overall investment portfolio diversity (market funds, bonds, house/ real estate, jewelry, savings/checking accounts, small business, PSLs, whatever).
    i don't invest with dickbag managers.

    an etf of the 10 next biggest cryptos after btc chained to market value would be awesome. don't think there's a legit way to do that other than pooling money with friends. think you'd need a decent portfolio to actually do it right, though.

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