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Crypto Currencies
« on: January 02, 2018, 05:00:28 PM »
So on the 26th i started buying some. So far i have only put in $110.

I used Coinbase and sent ETH to Binance.

So this is what i have so far.

QTY            NAME
499.5          POE
22.977        XRP
200.799      FUN
.012           ETH

Has anyone else started to do crypto currencies?

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Re: Crypto Currencies
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2018, 01:16:56 AM »
If you guys don't know, crypos are in a dip right now.

I went from $230 as my all time high to $87. Officially, i am now -15.

I'm still HODL.  :sadbye:

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Re: Crypto Currencies
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2018, 06:15:52 AM »
Is this good time to buy?

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Re: Crypto Currencies
« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2018, 07:13:33 AM »
Yes.
What's going on at the moment in the scene is just price correction, BTC is the equity coin and so the alt coins use bitcoin pairs to for transactions to go through as far as I know.
e.g. You buy Verge, when you sell Verge you get bitcoin back.
There is Ethereum, but Eth too you can buy with BTC.

Wouldn't worry about the drop too much, rather you should be taking advantage and buying in the red so long as you know the following trend and capitalise on the gains. Don't buy far in the green, because price corrections will happen, you'll panic and sell on a loss, no point.

Apart from that, Myriad, Verge (which did absolutely fantastic not too long ago) Neo, and a few others are doing well.
I'm currently on around 3-4 grand (dollars, I use sterling as a brit but very used to dollars since crypto lol) and that's off what was about 400 dollars of initial investment.

Bitconnect also shut :( boohoo.

Keep your eyes open guys, good luck trading.
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Re: Crypto Currencies
« Reply #4 on: January 18, 2018, 01:24:50 AM »
for my case, things went down a lot. But now it looks like there is a rebound happening. My portfolio is in the green again. I'm seeing improvements that reach 50% from yesterday's numbers. So yeah, always buy when you are in the red. Of course, only invest what you can lose.

I"m still a scrub with this stuff. It took me three years of knowing about cryptos to finally put some money in. However, i focus on alt coins rather than stick to Bitcoin.

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Re: Crypto Currencies
« Reply #5 on: January 18, 2018, 04:15:57 PM »
for my case, things went down a lot. But now it looks like there is a rebound happening. My portfolio is in the green again. I'm seeing improvements that reach 50% from yesterday's numbers. So yeah, always buy when you are in the red. Of course, only invest what you can lose.

I"m still a scrub with this stuff. It took me three years of knowing about cryptos to finally put some money in. However, i focus on alt coins rather than stick to Bitcoin.

Three years? Boy. Had you invested any small amount of money wasted/you could've loss on bitcoin, eh ;)

It's fine. Humble beginnings for yourself, best of luck on your endeavors!
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