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Bitcoin? Is it actually that dangerous to invest in?

Bitcoin? Is it actually that dangerous to invest in?
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Crash imminent

http://www.pcgamer.com/nicehash-was-hacked-potentially-for-as-much-as-60-million/?utm_content=buffer99abd&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=buffer-pcgamertw

Crash imminent

http://www.pcgamer.com/nicehash-was-hacked-potentially-for-as-much-as-60-million/?utm_content=buffer99abd&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=buffer-pcgamertw
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you're probably gonna regret it

you're probably gonna regret it
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theres a kid at my school who mines bitcoin or some shit to replace the school chrome book he destroys every other week

only explanation

theres a kid at my school who mines bitcoin or some shit to replace the school chrome book he destroys every other week

only explanation
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why does he destroy chromebooks everyother week?

why does he destroy chromebooks everyother week?
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my stepbrother just made $20k profit today

my stepbrother just made $20k profit today
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its not dangerous to invest in unless you're not knowing what you're getting into, buy low and sell high, invest in some other cryptocurrency such as litecoin or ethereum and sell those after the sellers of bitcoin pump them to hype them up for a quick buck flip

its not dangerous to invest in unless you're not knowing what you're getting into, buy low and sell high, invest in some other cryptocurrency such as litecoin or ethereum and sell those after the sellers of bitcoin pump them to hype them up for a quick buck flip
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#8
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ask esea

ask esea
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A crash is prolly on the way so id buy it while its low and resell when it rises high again

A crash is prolly on the way so id buy it while its low and resell when it rises high again
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if u have to ask a competitive tf2 forum for advice u probably shouldnt be investing in it.... or anything else for that matter

if u have to ask a competitive tf2 forum for advice u probably shouldnt be investing in it.... or anything else for that matter
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hamahamits not dangerous to invest in unless you're not knowing what you're getting into, buy low and sell high, invest in some other cryptocurrency such as litecoin or ethereum and sell those after the sellers of bitcoin pump them to hype them up for a quick buck flip

I will never invest in Bitcoin btw, just curiosity :P

[quote=hamaham]its not dangerous to invest in unless you're not knowing what you're getting into, buy low and sell high, invest in some other cryptocurrency such as litecoin or ethereum and sell those after the sellers of bitcoin pump them to hype them up for a quick buck flip[/quote]
I will never invest in Bitcoin btw, just curiosity :P
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a lot of people seem to treat it as a way to make money quick which is kinda saddening but kinda expected i guess

i made like £1k just from investing £500 a few months ago. overall the price graph is fairly predictable at the moment (a few fake rises then drops, then a big bubble back down to a new consistent low and it starts over again) but i doubt that'll be consistent for much of the future

if a company can find a way to make it super accessible (and it's reasonably accessible now, just restrictions on identity to prevent money laundering hinder it a little) or something makes traditional currency decently worse to deal with for businesses then it could gain traction and mature properly into a stable currency which would make online transactions much more secure and easier in the modern world, and prevent many issues with big banks and companies like paypal

a lot of people seem to treat it as a way to make money quick which is kinda saddening but kinda expected i guess

i made like £1k just from investing £500 a few months ago. overall the price graph is fairly predictable at the moment (a few fake rises then drops, then a big bubble back down to a new consistent low and it starts over again) but i doubt that'll be consistent for much of the future

if a company can find a way to make it super accessible (and it's reasonably accessible now, just restrictions on identity to prevent money laundering hinder it a little) or something makes traditional currency decently worse to deal with for businesses then it could gain traction and mature properly into a stable currency which would make online transactions much more secure and easier in the modern world, and prevent many issues with big banks and companies like paypal
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gemma lot of people seem to treat it as a way to make money quick which is kinda saddening but kinda expected i guess

and it's gonna crash when people realise they can't use bitcoin for anything anymore because the transaction fees are too high. Steam stopped accepting bitcoin yesterday I think. I wouldn't be surprised if it crashes bigtime within the next week

bitcoin was never supposed to be an investment and everybody treating it like one is going to ruin it

[quote=gemm]a lot of people seem to treat it as a way to make money quick which is kinda saddening but kinda expected i guess[/quote]

and it's gonna crash when people realise they can't use bitcoin for anything anymore because the transaction fees are too high. Steam stopped accepting bitcoin yesterday I think. I wouldn't be surprised if it crashes bigtime within the next week

bitcoin was never supposed to be an investment and everybody treating it like one is going to ruin it
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https://twitter.com/Yamsleezy/status/936476925782052864

https://twitter.com/Yamsleezy/status/936476925782052864
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fahrenheitCrash imminent

http://www.pcgamer.com/nicehash-was-hacked-potentially-for-as-much-as-60-million/?utm_content=buffer99abd&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=buffer-pcgamertw

yeah i used nicehash actually. pretty miffed that i basically got scammed out of a free 160 bucks (payouts happened every .01 BTC), but whatever i guess

[quote=fahrenheit]Crash imminent

http://www.pcgamer.com/nicehash-was-hacked-potentially-for-as-much-as-60-million/?utm_content=buffer99abd&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=buffer-pcgamertw[/quote]

yeah i used nicehash actually. pretty miffed that i basically got scammed out of a free 160 bucks (payouts happened every .01 BTC), but whatever i guess
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Shiftagemma lot of people seem to treat it as a way to make money quick which is kinda saddening but kinda expected i guess
and it's gonna crash when people realise they can't use bitcoin for anything anymore because the transaction fees are too high. Steam stopped accepting bitcoin yesterday I think. I wouldn't be surprised if it crashes bigtime within the next week

bitcoin was never supposed to be an investment and everybody treating it like one is going to ruin it

there's improvements being made to help transaction fees, and honestly they dont matter in the big picture because some other crypto that can show it'll have lower fees under massive transaction counts will take over

and yeah it'll crash within the next week but not permanently. i dont see why it wont crash to a new baseline amount then slowly rise and bubble up again over the next few months

[quote=Shifta][quote=gemm]a lot of people seem to treat it as a way to make money quick which is kinda saddening but kinda expected i guess[/quote]

and it's gonna crash when people realise they can't use bitcoin for anything anymore because the transaction fees are too high. Steam stopped accepting bitcoin yesterday I think. I wouldn't be surprised if it crashes bigtime within the next week

bitcoin was never supposed to be an investment and everybody treating it like one is going to ruin it[/quote]

there's improvements being made to help transaction fees, and honestly they dont matter in the big picture because some other crypto that can show it'll have lower fees under massive transaction counts will take over

and yeah it'll crash within the next week but not permanently. i dont see why it wont crash to a new baseline amount then slowly rise and bubble up again over the next few months
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