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E12Hammer 6:13 Sat Dec 9
Bitcoin
Whats it all about, whats all the fuss.

How does the ordinary man on the street get rich with Bitcoins?

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Turpinator 1:05 Sat Jul 2
Re: Bitcoin
Crypto still quiet. With the positives and space on Index's to rally and markets reverse or accelerate around holidays, cryptos needs to correlate positively with any equity strength

https://youtu.be/VMl7spxmCtQ

With Kind Regards 8:17 Fri Jun 24
Re: Bitcoin
The more I read and hear about crypto the more I feel it is best summed up on this link:

https://youtu.be/Q9_fBDDTIuI

Turpinator 7:07 Fri Jun 24
Re: Bitcoin
Ethereum reaches a monthly based extreme and 5 Coins show the most promise as support is respected and attempts are made to break up.

https://youtu.be/EdWCtYJ3oCg

Manuel 8:06 Sun Jun 19
Re: Bitcoin
Aww, thanks hun. Never mind eh, don't let it ruin your Sunday morning. Remember, it's only an internet forum full of cunts, like yourself :-)

I.want.that.one 7:55 Sun Jun 19
Re: Bitcoin
You talk some shit, Manuel but that’s probably the most ridiculous post you’ve ever made. You’ve actually managed to make yourself sound uneducated, patronising and ignorant in just a few sentences.

Manuel 5:04 Sun Jun 19
Re: Bitcoin

''I don’t care who you are, if you’ve got some serious cash in Bitcoin and it’s red, your arse must be going a bit.''


Not necessarily, a lot of investors know the risks and if they are down or have lost they just dust themselves down and try and retrieve the losses elsewhere and/or just take it on the chin. If your arse starts going you really shouldn't get involved in the first place.

BRANDED 10:26 Sat Jun 18
Re: Bitcoin
The big question is are any of these thing fundamentally shit?

Vexed 9:18 Sat Jun 18
Re: Bitcoin
Elliott Waves. Pffft. Bollocks.

Hermit Road 3:01 Sat Jun 18
Re: Bitcoin
The Elliott Wave man has it going down to 12k which he says is the 87% Fibonacci rtracement. Or something like that.

I don’t care who you are, if you’ve got some serious cash in Bitcoin and it’s red, your arse must be going a bit.

Turpinator 1:18 Sat Jun 18
Re: Bitcoin
Bitcoin breaks down again along with most Coins. Few have any Support at all.

https://youtu.be/Ui98FiAfM6Y

Looks awful, most have broken down again and no sign of anything to get positive about. One of the Crypto exchanges had 6 billion in wallets end of April and now down to less than 2 , I expect another run on one of the exchanges and possibility that one of the Tethers to Ethereum could break like Luna did. Also some big Crypto hedge funds are getting wiped out as well, so it will be good to get them out of the game.

MrTrentReznor 6:57 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Whenever I heard people talking about what was great about Bitcoin I just didn't get it.
There were only 21million of them.
So what?
It was on a blockchain & you'd know everyone that ever owned it.
Would a $100 bill be worth more if you knew the name of everyone that had owned it?
It's kinda interesting ... for a while but after the novelty has worn off? Meh.

Do you know what would be really useful?
Shoelaces that never accidentally come undone & it would be nice if they could change colour.

Even if there were only 21million of those shoelaces they're not worth $60,000.

Vexed 5:51 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
"I have a friend..."

LIAR

Side of Ham 3:43 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Being self absorbed you wouldn't know how to take a massive hint off a MATE.....

BRANDED 3:22 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
I have a friend who’s been living in Canada for about 20 years who put a LOT into crypto in the last few years. He believed that fiat was going to crash. I haven't spoken with him for about six weeks but I bet he’s a bit down.

mashed in maryland 2:51 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Dunno if "feel sorry for" is accurate.

Crypto has been massively hyped by almost the entire Internet (including folk who should know better), and its all been on the up for so long, its easy to see why people get swept up.

People lose everything in conventional stocks/trading all the time as well, as well as put everything into businesses that go to shit.

You can understand its a kick in the bollocks while also being grateful you weren't short-sighted enough to do the same.

Come On You Irons 2:40 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Feel for anyone who put literally everything in crypto, although sure its not "the end".


Would you feel so sorry for people who placed their life savings on a punt in a casino and lost? As punting on crypto is the online equivalent.

An absolute mugs game.

bill green 2:17 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Vexed 1:18 Wed Jun 15

hahah like who would sell jeans in a goldrush?

Vexed 1:47 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Same, well down at the moment but it's just time to be patient and get better at selling to stables at the top.

mashed in maryland 1:44 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Checked all my accounts for the first time in about 3 months

I'm down about 80% 😂😂😂

Feel for anyone who put literally everything in crypto, although sure its not "the end".

Also hopefully this flushes out those cunts who spend grands on pictures of a monkey smoking a spliff.

Vexed 1:24 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
We must be near the bottom if drop dead Ted is aware.

ted fenton 1:21 Wed Jun 15
Re: Bitcoin
Bitcoin crashes AGAIN: Cryptocurrency plunges to below $20,200 in new sell-off as digital trading companies slash thousands of jobs
Cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin are plunging in value again in a new digital currency plunge as spooked traders frantically sell off assets before the US Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates today. Bitcoin fell this morning to a new 18-month low, as the recent tumble in crypto markets showed no sign of letting up. The world's largest cryptocurrency fell as much as 7.8% to $20,289, (top graph) its lowest since December 2020. It has lost around 28% since Friday and more than half of its value this year. Since its record high of $69,000 in November, it has slumped about 70%.

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