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Bitcoin should coulda woulda

How deep is the pain for some? How many millionaires were minted last weekend?

Too mainstream to believe another bottoming ever happens again?

Any coins out there that have long term appeal?
creepycoug

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  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 17,475
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    edited January 11
    jecornel said:

    How deep is the pain for some? How many millionaires were minted last weekend?

    Too mainstream to believe another bottoming ever happens again?

    Any coins out there that have long term appeal?

    So you're in on this too eh Little Jimmy Cornel? Damn, I'm out of it.
  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 6,952
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    A meaningless amount. I almost pulled the trigger after the last crash. Of course I listened to the experts trashing it.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 17,475
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    jecornel said:

    A meaningless amount. I almost pulled the trigger after the last crash. Of course I listened to the experts trashing it.

    What's the meaningful buy-in point generally? Do you need to drop in $10k + to even bother for some entertainment, much less meaningful returns? What's the serious amount of capital needed?
  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 6,952
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    jecornel said:

    A meaningless amount. I almost pulled the trigger after the last crash. Of course I listened to the experts trashing it.

    What's the meaningful buy-in point generally? Do you need to drop in $10k + to even bother for some entertainment, much less meaningful returns? What's the serious amount of capital needed?
    I am far from an expert. It's hard to fathom 5 years ago it was $200 a coin. Imagine buying just 10k of it? yikes. I personally would need to see a drop below 10k to make a sizeable investment. I just know what I missed out on. lol. Hard to see it go below 10k with all the big players now in. There are only about 3 million coins left until it's tapped out. It does appear to be in the mainstream which leads to more stability?
    creepycoug
  • bananasnblondesbananasnblondes Posts: 11,566
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    jecornel said:

    jecornel said:

    A meaningless amount. I almost pulled the trigger after the last crash. Of course I listened to the experts trashing it.

    What's the meaningful buy-in point generally? Do you need to drop in $10k + to even bother for some entertainment, much less meaningful returns? What's the serious amount of capital needed?
    I am far from an expert. It's hard to fathom 5 years ago it was $200 a coin. Imagine buying just 10k of it? yikes. I personally would need to see a drop below 10k to make a sizeable investment. I just know what I missed out on. lol. Hard to see it go below 10k with all the big players now in. There are only about 3 million coins left until it's tapped out. It does appear to be in the mainstream which leads to more stability?
    I doubt it goes down to 10k again unless it just completely crashes. It went from 40k to 30k today, however, and will likely jump right back up yet again. The question is, will it go all the way up to 100k at some point
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 17,475
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    jecornel said:

    jecornel said:

    A meaningless amount. I almost pulled the trigger after the last crash. Of course I listened to the experts trashing it.

    What's the meaningful buy-in point generally? Do you need to drop in $10k + to even bother for some entertainment, much less meaningful returns? What's the serious amount of capital needed?
    I am far from an expert. It's hard to fathom 5 years ago it was $200 a coin. Imagine buying just 10k of it? yikes. I personally would need to see a drop below 10k to make a sizeable investment. I just know what I missed out on. lol. Hard to see it go below 10k with all the big players now in. There are only about 3 million coins left until it's tapped out. It does appear to be in the mainstream which leads to more stability?
    I doubt it goes down to 10k again unless it just completely crashes. It went from 40k to 30k today, however, and will likely jump right back up yet again. The question is, will it go all the way up to 100k at some point
    Was it only 10k? See new discussion.
  • FireCohenFireCohen Posts: 17,169
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    Buddy of mine paid for his weeding and engagement ring by buying 4 coins like at $5k each. Sold it like at 18k each. I remember giving shit for being an idiot for buying lol. I was the idiot
    jecornel
  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 6,952
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    FireCohen said:

    Buddy of mine paid for his weeding and engagement ring by buying 4 coins like at $5k each. Sold it like at 18k each. I remember giving shit for being an idiot for buying lol. I was the idiot

    Many of us in the same boat.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 17,475
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    FireCohen said:

    Buddy of mine paid for his weeding and engagement ring by buying 4 coins like at $5k each. Sold it like at 18k each. I remember giving shit for being an idiot for buying lol. I was the idiot

    Sounds like a routlette wheel. Is there anything but a butt ugly random ass guess to help a guy decide?
    jecornelPitchfork51
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