Should you Invest in Bitcoin? Complete Beginner's Guide

Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Local Bakersfield bitcoin Community BitcoinBakersfield.com is dedicated to providing basic information about bitcoin to anyone interested in learning about this new technology & innovation called bitcoin, listing local Bakersfield locations currently accepting bitcoins, helping merchants looking to accept bitcoin, and networking opportunities for Bakersfield, CA bitcoiners.
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Should we invest in Bitcoin?

Just last week the price of bitcoin was around PHP 550000, now it's around PHP 750000. I want to invest but I'm afraid that this may crash soon.
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“Oy vey is it hot! I should just head back to the desert am I right? Anyways I have an investment lined up bubby. Have u heard of bitcoin? A close associate of mine Jon mcafee says 1 coin will be worth a mil in a year. So I say we start u out w/ a 10k initial Investment & then play it by ear.”

“Oy vey is it hot! I should just head back to the desert am I right? Anyways I have an investment lined up bubby. Have u heard of bitcoin? A close associate of mine Jon mcafee says 1 coin will be worth a mil in a year. So I say we start u out w/ a 10k initial Investment & then play it by ear.” submitted by PrettyDick69 to Mersh [link] [comments]

Ten years ago we should have all bought Bitcoin to be rich today. What new thing should we invest in today to be rich in 10 years?

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We don't agree with the view that everyone should have at least a small part of their portfolio, say 2% to 5%, in bitcoin. QuietGrowth maintains that investing in bitcoin is measured speculation.

We don't agree with the view that everyone should have at least a small part of their portfolio, say 2% to 5%, in bitcoin. QuietGrowth maintains that investing in bitcoin is measured speculation. submitted by quietgrowth to QuietGrowth [link] [comments]

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in?

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in? submitted by lim1017 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

CSW writes about a new (non hardfork-change) "They want it, they fork it, without us. Without the apps using our code, our IP etc. Without the companies we have invested in." People should see how dangerous this man and his patent troll company nChain are to Bitcoin Cash survival.

CSW writes about a new (non hardfork-change) submitted by ThomasZander to btc [link] [comments]

Parents: Bitcoin is too risky. You should invest in stocks like we do

Parents: Bitcoin is too risky. You should invest in stocks like we do submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in?

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Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in?

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in? submitted by timmy125521 to CryptoCurrencyTrading [link] [comments]

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in?

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in? submitted by lim1017 to btc [link] [comments]

Why we are still early adopters: WSJ: "Should Individuals Invest in Bitcoin? In a Word, No."

Why we are still early adopters: WSJ: submitted by Jobp to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Great informative article on LTC we should all share: Why You Should Invest In Litecoin Instead Of Bitcoin

Great informative article on LTC we should all share: Why You Should Invest In Litecoin Instead Of Bitcoin submitted by Slapmeislapyou to LitecoinMarkets [link] [comments]

01-29 10:42 - '[quote] In hindsight i should have sold anything possible when i came across bitcoin and should have gone all in. (Even after 2017 i would still be very happy). / But we can't invest in hindsight unfortunately. / For example...' by /u/BTCkoning removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1-11min

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Now I think It was a stupid move.
In hindsight i should have sold anything possible when i came across bitcoin and should have gone all in. (Even after 2017 i would still be very happy).
But we can't invest in hindsight unfortunately.
For example, many will cash out on the next bull run at or around there previous buys or the last time ATH. Only to totally miss the next big run. You have to be in it to win it.
On the other hand, maybe the damage is done and no one cares anymore. But Bitcoin is still the same it was one or two or ten years ago.
It is a bubble who popped indeed. But unlike tulips or ico's bitcoin will just stay around in a dark alley until the interest in bitcoin start to light a fire again. This is actually a powerful feature of bitcoin which will mind blow people away. People notice bitcoin ATH at sometimes. Than they see it crash (they think aha! i told you i was right about bitcoin being a ponzi blablabla), but then it rises a 10x above the point were they saw it last time going wrong. At that point something likely changed in there minds.
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As a small-time investor with $1000 to invest, why should I bother with cryptocurrency when there is already $550 billion in total market cap in crypto? We'll never see rags to riches returns like Bitcoin again.

Even if another $550 billion left fiat and entered crypto, which is highly unlikely, the majority of the gains would go to the early adopters who got thousands of coins for cheap prior to 2017, or the whales who already have millions to invest and a 50-200% return is actually meaningful money instead of half a month's salary.
I see so many absolutely delusional small time investors on various subreddits who think their $200 in XRP or ETH or MIOTA will make them millionaires like with Bitcoin. There are so many hundreds of billions of coins in circulation that you would have to get extremely lucky and pick a currency with a small market cap and pray that the majority of other crypto currencies fail and all the money flows into your selected crypto currency.
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Should we invest in ICOs or Bitcoin?

Share your opinion!
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Why we are still early adopters: WSJ: "Should Individuals Invest in Bitcoin? In a Word, No."

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You know how pretty much everyone had heard of Bitcoin in 2011-2013, yet didn't invest because they thought it was dumb? Well, what things are like that that we should attempt investing in today that most people currently think is dumb?

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You know how pretty much everyone had heard of Bitcoin in 2011-2013, yet didn't invest because they thought it was dumb? Well, what things are like that that we should attempt investing in today that most people currently think is dumb?

And hey, it may actually turn out to be a dumb move to get involved in (mystery new thing) today. But I'd rather try and be like, "Aw, shucks" rather than not try and be like, "AW, FUCK."
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Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in?

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in? submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in?

Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin or should we wait for the right time to jump in? submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: What’s the bitcoin-like fast growing thing of the future we should all invest in now? /r/AskReddit

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: What’s the bitcoin-like fast growing thing of the future we should all invest in now? /AskReddit submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

“We’ve All Heard The Question ‘Should I Invest in Bitcoin?’ — Here’s The Best Answer.”

“We’ve All Heard The Question ‘Should I Invest in Bitcoin?’ — Here’s The Best Answer.” submitted by DesignerAccount to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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How much Bitcoin should you buy? As pointed out earlier, Bitcoin is a highly speculative asset and you should never invest more money that you can afford to lose. Instead of getting into Bitcoin with the mentality to “make money quickly”, think of Bitcoin like another asset in a wider portfolio. We could go on and on, but the point is to draw out the fact that bitcoin has positioned itself as the pioneer of the cryptocurrency space and as a result, may people are asking questions if it’s too late to invest in bitcoin, and when is the best time to enter the market – and have been since the prices were in the few hundreds to a few It should also be noted that you can also invest in Bitcoin through a CFD (Contract For Difference) platform. Essentially, a CFD is a financial product that allows you to speculate on the future value of an asset, without actually owning or holding that asset. Fast forward 7 years and we experienced the parabolic Bitcoin rise in December 2017. Bitcoin hit its all-time-high of $19700 on the 17th December, making many early investors a great amount of In contrast, Ethereum transactions take around 2 minutes and Bitcoin transactions can take over 1 hour. This has made Ripple the currency of choice for some traders that want to move money from one cryptocurrency exchange to the next one, an interesting case study for the value that Ripple could offer as well to larger players like Commercial

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