Bitcoin back up above $10k USD (for a few days now)

CypherSignal

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Oct 25, 2017
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Less than 16 hours after this post, it spiked down to 10.5k.

Yep, very stable and predictable and unvolatile and totally not manipulated virtual commodity that people are " " " investing " " " in exclusively for the technology and to satisfy a beautiful vision of an ancap world and not a glorified pyramid scheme with extra steps that is being utilized to make a few people rich off of the losses of thousands of others.

Don't forget to buy gold ✌
 

Titanpaul

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Jan 2, 2019
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If you're reading this, and you're curious about jumping in to bitcoin or alternative coins - don't.
 

1.21Gigawatts

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Oct 25, 2017
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I never hold my bitcoin longer than a few minutes, so I don't really care about the volatility.
But it's really weird that seemingly for no reason at all its going up and down.
 
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shira

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Oct 25, 2017
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Less than 16 hours after this post, it spiked down to 10.5k.

Yep, very stable and predictable and unvolatile and totally not manipulated virtual commodity that people are " " " investing " " " in exclusively for the technology and to satisfy a beautiful vision of an ancap world and not a glorified pyramid scheme with extra steps that is being utilized to make a few people rich off of the losses of thousands of others.

Don't forget to buy gold ✌
$11.3k
📈
 

CypherSignal

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Oct 25, 2017
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I think you missed the part where I suggested that it's a comically volatile currency security commodity owing to its entirely speculative nature, and on top of that, that this little pump in the last couple of days was probably spurred most strongly by the fact that another $100M of Tether funbucks were printed.
 

Kyuuji

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Nov 8, 2017
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I think you missed the part where I suggested that it's a comically volatile currency security commodity owing to its entirely speculative nature, and on top of that, that this little pump in the last couple of days was probably spurred most strongly by the fact that another $100M of Tether funbucks were printed.
It’s cute you think it’s volatile because of speculation and not blue foxes.
 

killdatninja

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Oct 26, 2017
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Thanks for the heads up OP. I bought some during the last spike... and just sold it to get the fuck out. I didn’t make that much profit(maybe $100 when it’s all said and done after fees). Didn’t seem worth it. Staying the fuck away from bitcoin.
 
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compo

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Oct 27, 2017
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Look up Bogleheads' three-fund portfolio and do that instead. Bitcoin is for suckers.
 

hitme

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Oct 26, 2017
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Bitcoin needs to fucking skyrocket beyond it's all-time high so my DOGE can be worth thousands.
 

coinfunda

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Bitcoin fluctuation sucks. Please let me know the best hardware wallet for Bitcoin, if you are using. here is a list of best hardware wallet, please let me know which one should I buy????
 
May 10, 2018
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Bitcoin fluctuation sucks. Please let me know the best hardware wallet for Bitcoin, if you are using. here is a list of best hardware wallet, please let me know which one should I buy????
The only hardware wallet I’m familiar with is the Ledger Nano S. It’s good except for the fact that it doesn’t have that much storage on it. So I would recommend the Ledger Nano X because it’s supposed to have more room.

From what I’ve heard Trezor is a good hardware wallet as well.