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Reply #75 - 28th Nov, 2017 at 7:00am
 
SolidSnake wrote on 28th Nov, 2017 at 1:26am:
Thanks for the boost once again! Smiley

I did deposit some on FamilyBTC as well, so thanks for the bonus, I've reinvested everything to compound my growth!


I am too. Up to 2 shares per day now and seeing no reason to put that profit anywhere else. At the very minimum....wait for it.....it will be a great advertising source  Smiley


....that is it will be for every kid that is turning 18 this year which is more than everyone in mlm combined  Smiley
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Reply #76 - 29th Nov, 2017 at 7:50am
 
Money eyes$10,000!Money eyes
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Reply #77 - 29th Nov, 2017 at 10:40am
 
Interestingly there's no sudden drop or bubble popping even though it's crossed $10000.. Smiley

Looks like people don't have that much of an interest in selling their precious BTC..

Or at least that's just a relaxing thought I'm feeding my mind with..  Cheesy
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Reply #78 - 29th Nov, 2017 at 6:15pm
 
SolidSnake wrote on 29th Nov, 2017 at 10:40am:
Interestingly there's no sudden drop or bubble popping even though it's crossed $10000.. Smiley

Looks like people don't have that much of an interest in selling their precious BTC..

Or at least that's just a relaxing thought I'm feeding my mind with..  Cheesy


Usually when one of these markets explodes the government institutions can act to slow it down but because it is a completely unregulated market, a true free market, there is nothing they can do. This really is the first free market in decades and people are going to need to get accustomed to it's 'wild' nature
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Reply #79 - 2nd Feb, 2018 at 3:21pm
 
And wow.. that was a nerve-breaking drop today @ ~$7500..  Phew
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Reply #80 - 2nd Feb, 2018 at 5:54pm
 
SolidSnake wrote on 2nd Feb, 2018 at 3:21pm:
And wow.. that was a nerve-breaking drop today @ ~$7500..  Phew


Yes, it is affecting the stock markets too. It is a sign that liquidity is drying up but the central banks could turn the printing presses on at any moment


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Reply #81 - 12th Jun, 2018 at 11:25am
 
There will be sizable drops and ups in bitcoin development. They all are talking that bitc is only a bubblt but we know  Smiley Btw, wanna buy a hardware wallet and found something like that https://bitcoinbestbuy.com/wallets/bitcoin-hardware-wallets/ but can't choose. Any advises?  Roll Eyes
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Reply #82 - 17th Sep, 2018 at 10:18am
 
It seems nowadays Bitcoin has somewhat stabilized to around $6500 sometimes it drops a bit below $6000 sometimes it climbs a bit above $7000 but usually it comes back to $6500.

Also, I've got to use the Electrum wallet. It seems to be a good solution if someone likes to use a convenient online wallet, so that he doesn't have to download or update the full blockchain that is kind of huge in disk space.

It does provide easy to use labels for transactions, new address for each one, strong password protection, and I'm reading a lot of positive reviews about it. I've been using it for a few months now without issues.

However for large amounts (etc. 1 full BTC and more) everyone recommends getting a hardware cold storage and using paper wallets as well.
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Reply #83 - 17th Sep, 2018 at 6:20pm
 
SolidSnake wrote on 17th Sep, 2018 at 10:18am:
It seems nowadays Bitcoin has somewhat stabilized to around $6500 sometimes it drops a bit below $6000 sometimes it climbs a bit above $7000 but usually it comes back to $6500.

Also, I've got to use the Electrum wallet. It seems to be a good solution if someone likes to use a convenient online wallet, so that he doesn't have to download or update the full blockchain that is kind of huge in disk space.

It does provide easy to use labels for transactions, new address for each one, strong password protection, and I'm reading a lot of positive reviews about it. I've been using it for a few months now without issues.

However for large amounts (etc. 1 full BTC and more) everyone recommends getting a hardware cold storage and using paper wallets as well.


It's a good sign that it has found a floor but I think the big players have taken control of the market. For that reason, as they have done to the gold market, I don't think it will be going anywhere soon

At least they are keeping it stable for the PTCs to use as a proper currency
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