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6 January 2021 - 1:21am

Any thoughts, speculations, conspiracy theory on BTC price?

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You know that BTC price is over $33,000 😂 🤑

What do you think about this situation?

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6 January 2021 - 8:04am
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After I wrote this post, the value increased 10% more, now, 1 BTC is over $35,000 🙂 😀

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6 January 2021 - 8:57am
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Oh wow, that's incredible. I have been interested in investing in bitcoin but never really understood it enough.

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6 January 2021 - 12:46pm
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I honestly have no idea where it's going to go. It's basically pretend internet money, right? I don't know. I sold a good chunk of mine when it was $26,000, but now it is even higher. It has to tank at some point!

Let's hope for $100k a coin!

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6 January 2021 - 5:06pm
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Its really going to moon lately , I have read so many traders predictions lately and the one that is most exciting is that it will rocket to a cool million if that's the case I will never forgive myself for wasting so much of the btc I have been through over the years

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6 January 2021 - 9:02pm
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Slim, that's interesting to hear. When you sold them, did you at least make some good money out of selling them?

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6 January 2021 - 11:10pm
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Looking into my crystal ball, hocus pocus technical charts, and reading the tea leaves, I can say with absolute 100% certainty that it is going to go up, sideways, and down in the future, not necessarily in that order. 😂

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7 January 2021 - 4:42pm
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It's bananas. I feel bad for the half a coin I sold for $300 several years back to pay for an upgrade box to my TV. 🤢

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7 January 2021 - 6:44pm
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Well on the positive side, you surely made more than I would ever make on it. I never really understood bitcoin value but maybe it's finally time for me to educate myself.

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10 January 2021 - 7:08am
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that is nuts...35000
does any of you guys have bitcoins...i mean real amount...
1 bitcoin and up ?

I've always wondered how a stupid arithmetic problem should suddenly turn into a real equivalent. that's stupid isn't it

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11 January 2021 - 8:14pm
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Unfortunately I don't have any bitcoins and as I have said a few times, I have never really done the research and found it to be confusing. What about other CL members?

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12 January 2021 - 1:57pm
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I don't have a full coin, but I have enough that it causes a bit of a flutter when I see the price jump up and down.

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13 January 2021 - 4:42am
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I first bought Bitcoin at around $60. If I had somehow managed to hold them all of this time they'd be worth ~$3.1m today.

But I made the decision to get out of Bitcoin forever when the price was around $500 due to security concerns and conflicts of interest that I wanted to avoid. No regrets! There's no chance I would have held for this many years.

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14 January 2021 - 7:22am
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Damn there are loads of "coulda woulda shoulda" stories when it comes to Bitcoin! If only...

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15 January 2021 - 6:02pm
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Yeah that's the truth. Who knows what the world will bring with value of the coin? You think they'll hit 50k? 100k?

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28 January 2021 - 12:16pm
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People thought it was a bubble that would burst, i remmeber when 1btc was only 25eur, and now worth over 30,000eur ,, its where i think the world will head, away from real currency and into Crypto, its the Future in my opinion

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29 January 2021 - 12:56am
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Yeah that's the truth. Who knows what the world will bring with value of the coin? You think they'll hit 50k? 100k?

50k might sound ridiculous but seeing it is 34k today that is only a 47% rise. Certainly not impossible, but predicting bitcoin exchange rates is like reading tea leaves so I'm not predicting anything.

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29 January 2021 - 4:23am
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Anyone following (or invested in) the post-GME Dogecoin hype? Related news

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29 January 2021 - 4:29am
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Now that is just unmitigated stupidity. Dogecoin I mean, not seeing wall street hedge funds being taught a lesson. I'm quite enjoying that myself.

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29 January 2021 - 12:24pm
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Yep, up and down all the time, like most of you guys I'm now beating my up self for not keeping the coins I've got over time but hey...surely too few would of predicted this...?!

I don't know about the million mark...but to reach 100k seems realistic at some point in time.. if we could use a word like that in a same sentence with bitcoin of course.

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20 February 2021 - 4:37am
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Its way too up and down to be able to make a choice, wait til it drop then buy and let it go up again, it will keep rising, Crpto is the new money , its going to happen i think

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20 February 2021 - 2:23pm
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Crypto currency certainly is becoming more popular and there's a lot of hype for it. I have finally got myself a crypto wallet and want to figure this whole thing out- not planning on becoming rich from it but feels like I need to educate myself on the topic.

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26 February 2021 - 1:41am
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Btc went over 40,000eur. I regret not keeping the 25 bitcoin I had when it first came out lol its so depressing seeing it rise each day and have nothing in any bitcoin wallet to let rise and rise 😂

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Oh yeah there are lots of if, buts, and maybes when it comes to Bitcoin. Chances are if you held on to them you would have sold somewhere along the way at a much lower price than that, thinking it couldn't possibly go higher. So don't stress out about it!

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Oh totally agreed there 🙂 it would have been sold off when it had its first big jump and most would have sold then its amazing how its working out in the long term when I can remember everyone saying it won't last or stick around 9 years ago or so lol

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26 February 2021 - 6:04pm
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There's no right or wrong choice when it comes to crypto prices and selling. It can just as easily tank as go moon, and nobody out there can accurately tell what is going to happen with it.

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That is true! i wonder how high it will hit or how it will go, i am very interested in the history of it and how its impacted the world since its beginning from such a small niche into what it is now

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$55k again now..if I have to predict I think it would go higher in the next few months.

It's really growing thing and there's already more than few sites where you could keep hold of your cryptos (or trade between them) and in fact earning really decent interest on your digital assets (unlike the classic banking system nowadays)...

Most of the banks here (don't know how is that globally), do not allow a crypto transactions (i.e buying selling cryptos through their system) but I hope they will remove the restrictions in future...despite it's not in their best interest I guess.

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Hahah good point - I imagine that the "please Mr Banker could you allow me to move my money out of the system where you use it to profit by lending it out 1000 times over, so that I can hold it in a secure digital asset that you have no control over?" question wouldn't go down too well at many banks.

There have been issues with banks here and crypto but I personally have not run into any. I can see how they would be very wary of people using credit cards to buy crypto seeing as credit purchases can be charged back after the event while crypto can't. But apart from that its probably just self interest kicking in.

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I could be wrong, but it feels like there has been a paradigm shift since Bitcoin broke $50K and bond yields spiked (forcing money out of tech stocks). Add the NFT trend + Decentralised Finance applications into the mix and you have a recipe for unprecedented growth.

Here's how the top NFT and DeFi tokens performed this week:

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I like the potential of Bitcoin (as opposed to execution so far) but NFTs have to be one of the dumbest things I've ever heard of. Seeing an animated cartoon cat picture selling for $600k because its the "original" when it is an infinitely reproducible piece of amateur digital "art" is ridiculous. But hey, what do I know, maybe there's an enormous latent demand for crap cartoon cat pictures that it just waiting to explode.

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