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What do you think the long term future of bitcoin is? Is it worth stacking small amounts over time as a type of "doomsday insurance"?
I'm thinking of taking a little bit out of each paycheck to stack coin over the next year or so, and then putting it all on a hardware wallet in my safe (once I have an amount large enough that it becomes reasonable to invest in a hardware wallet). After seeing things like 2008 and the ongoing pandemic, I've developed this weird paranoia that something catastrophic will happen to the world economy, and that crypto (maybe even precious metals) will replace most economies. I mean obviously nobody here has a working crystal ball, but what do you think the future of bitcoin, and crypto in general, is? Do you see it as something that could replace economies completely, or something that will stay largely used for investing and anonymous transactions? Does my paranoia seem too far fetched, or should I consider investing in btc for this scenario? Sorry if this sounds like some weird conspiracy theory type shit, I've just had this on my mind for a while and wanted to hear other peoples opinions on it. Thanks!
06-19 18:54 - 'We see Billion-dollar transactions happen over bitcoin all the time. Sometimes it costs less than a dollar. / It's no different than sending a penny's worth to your buddy from one wallet to another. The blockchain doesn't char...' by /u/maxcoiner removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min
''' We see Billion-dollar transactions happen over bitcoin all the time. Sometimes it costs less than a dollar. It's no different than sending a penny's worth to your buddy from one wallet to another. The blockchain doesn't charge any more fees for more coins used; it charges only by how much data your transaction takes up in the blockchain, which is never that much and unrelated to the amount. Buying that much without AML/KYC is of course the challenge. You'll need to accumulate smaller amounts from exchanges like these until you have what you need: [[link]2 ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: maxcoiner 1: ky*n*t.me/ 2: *yc*ot.*e/]^*1 Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
Over the past day the price of Bitcoin has grown by almost 9%. At the same time, the total market capitalization exceeded $ 200 billion. Therefore, it is worth looking out for exchangers, I use BITTEAM. Bitteam is a direct cryptocurrency exchange platform between by users. #BitTeam #BTT #tokensale
03-18 21:04 - 'FUCK THIS SHIT I SENT $2150 worth of bitcoin with a substantial fee to ensure it got confirmed quickly, it's been 2 fucking hours, only 2 blocks confirmed in that time period and mine was skipped over for whatever fuc...' by /u/WhoCaresAboutYouu removed from /r/Bitcoin within 49-59min
''' FUCK THIS SHIT I SENT $2150 worth of bitcoin with a substantial fee to ensure it got confirmed quickly, it's been 2 fucking hours, only 2 blocks confirmed in that time period and mine was skipped over for whatever fucking reason now there hasn't been a block in an hour and the unconfirmed transactions just keep building up how can anyone rely on a currency so fucking unreliable ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: WhoCaresAboutYouu
New to Bitcoin, still learning a lot. Is it worth it to only buy a few dollars worth at a time over a long period?
I'm still in college, working part time so I don't have a ton of money to throw around like some people who drop hundreds of dollars in bitcoin investments every week or two. Would it be worth it for me to spend, say $20 per paycheck? Or is that a dumb way to go about it. Again, still learning a lot so hope this isn't a dumb question.
If Monero is merely as big as Bitcoin is now by the time tail emission kicks in (2022), each Monero will be worth over $2,000 each.
Right now about $1,000,000 a day of new Bitcoin is created. Also right now there are about 8500 new Monero a day created. That will slowly decline to 432 a day by 2022. Assuming 6 more years of development will bring us in line with Bitcoin's marketcap, $1 million in new Monero a day means $2000+ XMR.
'I think it will double or triple my money many times over': People are paying close to $100,000 for rare 'Magic' cards that some compare to getting in early on bitcoin and predict will one day be worth millions
Hey all, I am a eBay seller and I’m thinking about moving over to purse.io as a merchant. Considering, I am a full time bitcoiner it would be so much easier getting paid in bitcoin. Is it good? Bad? Worth the trouble?
02-21 17:32 - 'He exchanged btc for 14k worth of weed oil over a period of time. He sent them over state lines to people who likely didn’t have Medical cards. You can’t sell weed between states unless you get legal regulatory authorization...' by /u/pharxming removed from /r/Bitcoin within 66-76min
''' He exchanged btc for 14k worth of weed oil over a period of time. He sent them over state lines to people who likely didn’t have Medical cards. You can’t sell weed between states unless you get legal regulatory authorization to do so. This is more about the legal and not legal ways to sell weed products across state lines than it has to do with btc. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: pharxming
12-16 10:02 - 'Investing small(er) amounts over time, worth it?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Shinoken__ removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-4min
''' Hi, Last night I’ve just started with some small amount of crypto (100 EUR) split between BTC and LTC. I can’t really invest large amounts right now, as I’ve just bought a house so half of my income goes towards the house. So I was thinking; would it be worth it what I’d normally invest for my life savings (~100EU/month) in crypto? Instead of just putting a few Thousands in it right away ''' Investing small(er) amounts over time, worth it? Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Shinoken__
Today I invested $300 into bitcoin for the first time. I checked my old tweets for the keyword. Had I bought $300 worth ($6/coin) back when I first tweeted about it, I would've had over $750,000 today.
When the market dropped last March, my net worth dropped by over a million dollars (-22%)
I’ve been retired for 2.5 years now, and I pop in here from time to time to tell people how things are going. I do it because I am encouraged to do so (by you nice folks) and I like to share what I learned so far. Feel free to ask me anything you like. My first post - a 1 year in reflection + FIRE story And my 2 year follow up here I’m a patient person, a future-oriented person, and these characteristics helped me to persist in the long-term planning I did when I was working towards FI/RE. It helped me hold on to my investment in crypto as it soared (Stick to your plan, man: I took some profits, which is how I jumped the queue to FIRE earlier than expected and with more than I needed, though I was heavy on the FI/RE path before that). I am also a semi-rational person (I think), who has played out a number of scenarios in my head many times. In fact – I had to do that to feel confident to retire in the first place. What if ____ (fill in catastrophic thing) happens?… each time I figured out how I would survive and most of the survival plans fell out to: keep cool and sit tight (a couple of them included “and go back to work.”) Considering how the stock market and economy in general are cyclical, I had gone through the “what do you do when there is a crash and your net worth drops significantly?” (note the crash part is not “if”, but “when”). The answer, as previously mentioned, was “sit on the porch and watch your sunflowers grow.” There was a conversation in (I think) one of my posts last year where after the market had dropped a small amount I mentioned I had just chilled through it (while others flipped out and panic-sold and were then kicking themselves) and someone on here snarkily replied “well, wait until you see a REAL drop, then we will see what you do!” Well Snarko VonSnarkington, this post is for you. As you might recall, the month of March was brutal, with many days showing huge losses in the stock markets. Not only did the market drop precipitously but my historically uncorrelated asset bitcoin shit the bed as well (a universal rush to cash?) leaving me just over $1M poorer net-worth-wise. My portfolio consists of real estate (my old house that I now rent out), index funds, and bitcoin. I outright own my current house (sold my bond funds to buy the house) and a piece of shit truck that I love. I also own a cat free and clear. So what did I do as my portfolio took a double barreled shotgun to the face?!?!? Not a goddamn thing. Ok, that’s a lie. I loss-harvested 90k worth of index funds which have since recovered and then some. I held tight. I held strong. I built shelves for my workshop out of salvaged lumber. Psychologically I have to say I felt off – it was not fun, and it was not Zen (though I tried brother, I tried). I had to argue with myself “well, this is one of those situations that test your mettle, meboyo…” and “wow, how is this going to play out… nervous… yuck…” but even though I experienced emotions, there was never even the option in my mind to sell in order to protect capital. It never appealed to me as a wise option and I had no compulsion to do so. For years I have made an informed decision to commit to this strategy I believe in, and damnit I am going to stick by it. I own my house. I know how to cook. I have health insurance and a rainy-day fund. I am retired, by design, because I stick to the plan until it no longer makes any sense – and this was a case where it looked like things were going to be ok (maybe it will take 3 years, but ok nonetheless). I had no idea we would see a stock/crypto recovery so quickly. By the end of this August when I updated my monthly spreadsheet, I had crossed back above where I was just before the crash. As of last week my net worth is 10% higher than it was before the crash. I also used the confusion in the marketplace in April to buy a beautiful old house to live in (and it has a huge detached workshop!) in a new, lower COL city (with cash, at a discount). Who the hell knows what happens next with this economy, politics, health, meteors, and the old Gods of Cthulu, but I’ve got one “been there, done that” under my belt now and I feel like I played it well by not playing at all. If anyone is looking for me, I’m out back in the workshop, making smoke and dust and a general mess as I teach myself woodworking and metalworking to enhance my primitive art constructs. Feel free to ask any questions, and when shit gets weird, remember to breathe.
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