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Huge panic Bitcoin price dropping like a rock

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#21 by hlrive » Sun Jul 16, 2017 18:06

I have a friend that started doing faucets way back when bitcoin first started. Well she up and sold all her bitcoin a few months back for over $8000 cash. Not bad for free cash. I don't have much last time I looked it was up to $15 worth in my account. Luckily it was all free. So I guess if it drops I maybe have like $2 in there if it goes really low. However I couldn't care less it was free.
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#22 by sweetpie3000 » Sun Jul 16, 2017 18:15

Hirive keep collecting free Bitcoin on faucet
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#23 by Arvind9 » Sun Jul 16, 2017 18:19

But Chaincoin is not there in many countries in India no one must have even heard of it ,a year ago even biticoin was not known very much here its just in the past eight months that people have started investing in it,so much so that a business mans computer got hacked a few days ago ransomware hackers threthening to bring down his business if he did not pay in bitcoins
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#24 by sweetpie3000 » Sun Jul 16, 2017 18:30

Arvin chaincoin it's the hottest coin in crypto world. It's the only coin are not down.
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#25 by j98789 » Sun Jul 16, 2017 18:41

This may sound bad, but I hope Bitcoin never gets too expensive, I would hate that the rats that contributed nothing to increase the use of BTC (i.e. those kneading more and more BTC and holding it) received most of the benefits.

I can say I cashed out some of the BTC I had earned as a freelancer (back when it was just 200 ~ 800 USD) for 2,600... I am already happy with that.

I am also earning a decent side income thanks to my Bitcoin "knowledge"... Bitcoin has improved my life in many ways :D.

(Regarding the post... I saw BTC falling to 200 per coin and then start going up and up till ~3,000. Be patient, sell some when prices are high just in case it ever hits the ground).
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#26 by Arvind9 » Sun Jul 16, 2017 18:41

Right now if someone gave me a free ice cream I would take it :D :lol:
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#27 by gphx » Mon Jul 17, 2017 08:01

If you look at a long term semilog chart you'll see bitcoin has had similar declines before as has any publicly traded stock or commodity. It's the rule not the exception. Declines are something to be planned for and taken advantage of. Volatility is opportunity.

Such volatility doesn't make bitcoin bad for sites such as Clixsense to accept. They can use services such as Bitpay which insulate them from the volatility by converting accepted funds immediately into their preferred currency. Fees for this are 1%, quite competitive with services such as Paypal.
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#28 by Charez » Mon Jul 17, 2017 09:52

I bought 1 BTC 1870$ now i wake up and 1 BTC= $2055 (180$ profit)

Tomorrow the difference will be credited in my bank account, guess what, I am going to shop a sneaker for 0$ :lol: :lol: :lol: and still own the Bitcoin



I still own all the Bitcoins bought when it was 225$ :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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#29 by Detshin » Mon Jul 17, 2017 17:13

CroqueMitaine wrote: I bought 1 BTC 1870$ now i wake up and 1 BTC= $2055 (180$ profit)

Tomorrow the difference will be credited in my bank account, guess what, I am going to shop a sneaker for 0$ :lol: :lol: :lol: and still own the Bitcoin



I still own all the Bitcoins bought when it was 225$ :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

lucky guy :thumbup: .i should bought more but too late............
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#30 by Detshin » Mon Jul 17, 2017 17:16

i am waiting for the drop again.
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#31 by obsidian_eyes » Mon Jul 17, 2017 18:47

This is why I don't trade bitcoins on the market. I bought some when they were cheap and then just save them.
Price should go up to 3k by next year. Not gonna happen in 2017.
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#32 by hlrive » Mon Jul 17, 2017 19:04

obsidian_eyes wrote: This is why I don't trade bitcoins on the market. I bought some when they were cheap and then just save them.
Price should go up to 3k by next year. Not gonna happen in 2017.

I am still doing the faucets who knows maybe I will have half a one and can cash it in by then. Might as well make a few bucks from it.
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#33 by oldbuddy » Mon Jul 17, 2017 20:20

I will dollar cost average and keep right on buying.
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#34 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 17:35

Holy crap Bitcoin price went up to 2800 dollars. :o :o :o :o :o

Bitcoin was 1800 last week. Now it's 2800 dollars.

Pump and down!!
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#35 by Raizvan » Thu Jul 20, 2017 18:03

MLivePro wrote: BTC is too volatile as a currency... dropped $1k in about 2 weeks... hence the reason is should never be added by ClixSense.

And 4 days after your post it rose $1k
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#36 by Arvind9 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 18:42

Maybe Clixsense gets Bitcoin cashout to my Bitcoin address I can gamble a bit,I have 5BTC no jokes dreaming of becoming a Biticoin Billionaire in ten years if something is left :D :mrgreen:
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#37 by Detshin » Thu Jul 20, 2017 19:21

Arvind9 wrote: Maybe Clixsense gets Bitcoin cashout to my Bitcoin address I can gamble a bit,I have 5BTC no jokes dreaming of becoming a Biticoin Billionaire in ten years if something is left :D :mrgreen:

5 BTC is not bad,i am not lucky because i bought my first BTC when it was $2500,.
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#38 by Detshin » Thu Jul 20, 2017 19:27

one week and you will earn $1000,this is for People who know how to play the game.
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#39 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 19:32

Arvind9 wrote: Maybe Clixsense gets Bitcoin cashout to my Bitcoin address I can gamble a bit,I have 5BTC no jokes dreaming of becoming a Biticoin Billionaire in ten years if something is left :D :mrgreen:


How much you bought Bitcoin per coin?
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#40 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 19:33

Detshin wrote:
Arvind9 wrote: Maybe Clixsense gets Bitcoin cashout to my Bitcoin address I can gamble a bit,I have 5BTC no jokes dreaming of becoming a Biticoin Billionaire in ten years if something is left :D :mrgreen:

5 BTC is not bad,i am not lucky because i bought my first BTC when it was $2500,.

Why you didn't wait last week. Bitcoin was 1800 dollars per coin
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