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#41 by tasman1 » Sun May 19, 2019 05:49

Nikorj

What in this world have REAL VALUE ???
Gold ? just a shiny metal or diamonds , same , shiny glass or dollar just a paper ?
In reality it is all about what we think it may be worth

Still , agree with you , crypto is worst, just a worthles code in computer

But it have a value for speculators and people who like to speculate or invest a small part of what they have and if they can absorb loss


Still best value in the world is Blonde , if nothing there is a value in paint [ 9.99 for cheap one ]
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#42 by tasman1 » Sun May 19, 2019 05:54

Arvind9 wrote: Bitcoin is speculative not very much for amateurs if you can bet on something that you are familiar with you will make money,I have been following F1 for more than 10 years,I think what I placed my bet on will work 77% chance it will get through that is what general opinion is.



Hmmmm , hope you will not work surveys for next 1000 years in this life and 10 000 years in next if you wrong
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#43 by Nikorj » Sun May 19, 2019 06:20

tasman1 wrote: Nikorj

What in this world have REAL VALUE ???
Gold ? just a shiny metal or diamonds , same , shiny glass or dollar just a paper ?
In reality it is all about what we think it may be worth

Still , agree with you , crypto is worst, just a worthles code in computer

But it have a value for speculators and people who like to speculate or invest a small part of what they have and if they can absorb loss


Still best value in the world is Blonde , if nothing there is a value in paint [ 9.99 for cheap one ]

Yes!! it's just my take on it.

Reason i don't like bitcoin is because i know it's not taken seriously, It could have been much more.

It's all about making the few "very" rich, Same pattern over and over again (Dump the value, Buy, Raise the price, Sell).

It will never be a currency taken seriously with that exchange rate, Imagine i bought an item from you in bitcoins when 1 bitcoin is worth "let's say" 1=$5000, And the next week it was $3500 (quite a loss).
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#44 by Nikorj » Sun May 19, 2019 06:24

tasman1 wrote:
Arvind9 wrote: Bitcoin is speculative not very much for amateurs if you can bet on something that you are familiar with you will make money,I have been following F1 for more than 10 years,I think what I placed my bet on will work 77% chance it will get through that is what general opinion is.



Hmmmm , hope you will not work surveys for next 1000 years in this life and 10 000 years in next if you wrong

At least it's better than binary-options which have a profit chance of 27% (+ -).
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#45 by Nikorj » Sun May 19, 2019 06:32

BTW Tasman.

You are welcome to disagree if you like.

As long people respect each others opinions and behave i love discussions and debates ;)
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#46 by Arvind9 » Sun May 19, 2019 10:17

tasman1 wrote:
Arvind9 wrote: Bitcoin is speculative not very much for amateurs if you can bet on something that you are familiar with you will make money,I have been following F1 for more than 10 years,I think what I placed my bet on will work 77% chance it will get through that is what general opinion is.



Hmmmm , hope you will not work surveys for next 1000 years in this life and 10 000 years in next if you wrong

Its been six years at Clixsene for me,I still remember I clicked on an Clixsene official page and registered here but a long time back I had this question here and Valerie told me I clicked on someone's link I am someone's referral I am shure even he does not know I am his referral but I have been very active all these years what else does one want from an referral he would not want me to leave nor am I leaving for a long time even if I make money some other way,I credit to you the 1000 years you granted to me and lets hope you will always be here
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#47 by tasman1 » Thu May 23, 2019 03:50

Sold my Bitcoin today at 7640.00 , good % gain but invested just 200.00 so the profit is small

Told will not sell but looks I did lie to you [ proof what I told you few times here ,,, never trust tasman1 ] :twisted:

I think bitcoin is dying , regulations is pushed far in the future

Will buy if it come down to 2000.00

Shame , must look now for some new fresh scam , ahhh , life is is boring in honest world
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#48 by Arvind9 » Thu May 23, 2019 20:57

Oh what prompted you to take the action choose one answer
1)did not have money for beer
2)A blonde was prepared to entertain you but you had no cash
3)you kids just pick pocketed you.
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#49 by dutch1898 » Thu May 23, 2019 21:00

Can someone tell me if bitcoins are backed by real assets?
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#50 by tasman1 » Thu May 23, 2019 21:01

Arvind9 wrote: Oh what prompted you to take the action choose one answer
1)did not have money for beer
2)A blonde was prepared to entertain you but you had no cash
3)you kids just pick pocketed you.


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#51 by tasman1 » Thu May 23, 2019 21:07

dutch1898 wrote: Can someone tell me if bitcoins are backed by real assets?



What is ,Real asset, and why ? example , why is gold [ shiny garbage ] real asset but my nice living grass is not ?
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#52 by Darkstar2 » Thu May 23, 2019 21:50

sweetpie3000 wrote:
jjohnson777 wrote: And just like that DB is back after 5 month break. I missed you to be honest. Never thought I ever say that.


I am too busy collecting bitcoin and take online surveys

We all miss you - So how is the Ramen business, did you buy company stocks yet ? :lol: Ramen is much more precious that BTC or any other illicit activity supported industry. The Bitcoin is backed up with nothing, zilch, nada, the only thing keeping it afloat (meaning that it is not worth $0) are ponzi schemes and fraud schemes as the #1 currency for illicit casinos, HYIP and ponzi schemes is bitcoin. I'm pretty sure it's used in underground darkweb activities too :mrgreen:
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#53 by Darkstar2 » Thu May 23, 2019 21:52

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
Arvind9 wrote: You dont want Lamborghini :lol:

I have my yellow lamborghini right outside my door.

It's model number "66" :D



We older folks prefer position , ops read ,, model 69 ,,

There's never an age too high right ? :P :lol:
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#54 by Darkstar2 » Thu May 23, 2019 21:59

sweetpie3000 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: I'm personally dissapointed about what bitcoin has become.

Had hoped it might could be a method of avoiding expensive transfer fees (Especially banks's and other money sharks), And what did it turn out to be??

Nothing but a pump and dump scheme, Why does greed have to destroy everything??.


A currency that volatile can't be taken seriously, So now it's just an investment scheme where a few get's rich and others have to sell their house and everything they own when they lose.

No thank's ('m out).



Yes you are right , it is just pump and dump

I invested in bitcoin 250.00 , 2 month ago at 4400.00 and no plan to sell it . It was above 8200.00 last few day , 7200.00 now, still in profit , still not selling , profit is big in % but not in dollar investment , to small so I let it stay , maybe in future bitcoin will go higher , to 20 or 30k if not no drama , can afford 250.00 loss [ that is only 500 surveys here :mrgreen: ]


Stock market is like bitcoin

It's nothing like the stock market, I mean the stock market shows volatility, but nowhere near the ranges of bitcoin, there are small variations up and down on the market, whereas BTC can have huge swings, mostly drops, it's unlikely the DOW JONES can lose 20-30% of its value in 1 day - unless there is a catastrophic / cataclysmic crash, whereas with Bitcoin it could come crumbling big time and it would not take much.

Smart investors should have already made their money from BTC, by buying when it was low back in the years, and at least aiming to sell to get their principal spend back and invest the winnings, or a % of the winnings, example, take back 100% principal (ROI) + invest 50% or more of your gains above your ROI, this way in worst case scenario, you would have your 100% principal spend + 50%, instead of losing it all. The more ambitious people are and greedy, the more they will lose big.

Yeah $18.2k is nothing in my country, it is considered poverty. In the U.S. if you do not have at least $1-$3 million (bare minimum) by retirement, you will struggle in retirement, as you will likely outlive that money, and that is a bare minimum to barely survive (housing, expenses, food, clothing and a safety net for market swings).
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#55 by Nikorj » Fri May 24, 2019 04:21

Darkstar2 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
jjohnson777 wrote: And just like that DB is back after 5 month break. I missed you to be honest. Never thought I ever say that.


I am too busy collecting bitcoin and take online surveys

We all miss you - So how is the Ramen business, did you buy company stocks yet ? :lol: Ramen is much more precious that BTC or any other illicit activity supported industry. The Bitcoin is backed up with nothing, zilch, nada, the only thing keeping it afloat (meaning that it is not worth $0) are ponzi schemes and fraud schemes as the #1 currency for illicit casinos, HYIP and ponzi schemes is bitcoin. I'm pretty sure it's used in underground darkweb activities too :mrgreen:


Oh yeah!!, You can bet it's used in darkweb activities, It's practically the only currency accepted(My own experience from casual surfing on the deepweb) :D


Shame on you Darkstar!!, Can't you see he's trying to pump up the value.
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#56 by bpiracha30 » Fri May 24, 2019 08:40

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#57 by sweetpie3000 » Sun Jun 16, 2019 08:07

Our friend bitcoin just reach 9000 today
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#58 by Darkstar2 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 14:00

sweetpie3000 wrote: Our friend bitcoin just reach 9000 today

Bitcoin is like playing with fire, most people are greedy and do not play the game right and lose big time. Unlike stock market, which are also volatile but have small variations, Bitcoin is EXTREMELY volatile and its direction can be extremes, particularly on the down side, so whilst it might be at 9k at the time you posted, next day it could be 25%-50% less or more.

Smart investors who joined the Bitcoin wagon early when it was in the 3 digits, should have made big time profits by now, by at least selling and recovering their initial money spent + a % of their profits, and continue in time to withdraw a % of their gains, this way under worse scenario they would not lose anything but their profits above their ROI. I do not believe that Bitcoin will raise to high / upper 5 figures anytime soon, it's likely to fall back down or ease at 5k-7k levels, maybe lower.

Though in a few days when we will have disappointing news from the feds and soon when we will have a clusterf*** of an escalation of the China trade war thing , you can expect stocks to lose at least 800-1k points in the days / weeks to follow, maybe then Bitcoin can rise above 10k, who knows.......... Greed kills either way, unless you are a politician, because then you are gambling with tax payer money so no problem you will still have your yearly 600k pension + lifetime benefits and treated like royalty.

Bitcoin is just a GAME it is not backed up by anything, and what's keeping Bitcoin afloat is the scam industry online that relies exclusively on it, the near totality of HYIPs now accept Bitcoin (alongside PerfectMoney), but Bitcoin is the main currency on ponzi scheme HYIP sites and underground / illegal business, etc, so those who made profits with Bitcoin you can thank the scammers. Scammers help Bitcoin and Bitcoin help scammers flourish.

Whilst the hard working honest blokes struggle to earn a few bloody cents on those rubbish surveys !
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#59 by sweetpie3000 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 21:14

Darkstar2 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote: Our friend bitcoin just reach 9000 today

Bitcoin is like playing with fire, most people are greedy and do not play the game right and lose big time. Unlike stock market, which are also volatile but have small variations, Bitcoin is EXTREMELY volatile and its direction can be extremes, particularly on the down side, so whilst it might be at 9k at the time you posted, next day it could be 25%-50% less or more.

Smart investors who joined the Bitcoin wagon early when it was in the 3 digits, should have made big time profits by now, by at least selling and recovering their initial money spent + a % of their profits, and continue in time to withdraw a % of their gains, this way under worse scenario they would not lose anything but their profits above their ROI. I do not believe that Bitcoin will raise to high / upper 5 figures anytime soon, it's likely to fall back down or ease at 5k-7k levels, maybe lower.

Though in a few days when we will have disappointing news from the feds and soon when we will have a clusterf*** of an escalation of the China trade war thing , you can expect stocks to lose at least 800-1k points in the days / weeks to follow, maybe then Bitcoin can rise above 10k, who knows.......... Greed kills either way, unless you are a politician, because then you are gambling with tax payer money so no problem you will still have your yearly 600k pension + lifetime benefits and treated like royalty.

Bitcoin is just a GAME it is not backed up by anything, and what's keeping Bitcoin afloat is the scam industry online that relies exclusively on it, the near totality of HYIPs now accept Bitcoin (alongside PerfectMoney), but Bitcoin is the main currency on ponzi scheme HYIP sites and underground / illegal business, etc, so those who made profits with Bitcoin you can thank the scammers. Scammers help Bitcoin and Bitcoin help scammers flourish.

Whilst the hard working honest blokes struggle to earn a few bloody cents on those rubbish surveys !

You can use free bitcoin Faucet. I am collecting as many free bitcoin as much I can.
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#60 by tasman1 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 21:31

Topic .......Our bitcoin baby is back

It is not my baby , I am male [ or I think that I am ] and can not have a baby

And it is not,, our ,, we are not legally maried
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