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    $1,745 on Coinbase. Crazy stuff, I'm thinking buying some gold with some of mine but don't want to miss out any gains. Bitcoin is up almost $1,000 since the thread started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy View Post
    $1,745 on Coinbase. Crazy stuff, I'm thinking buying some gold with some of mine but don't want to miss out any gains. Bitcoin is up almost $1,000 since the thread started.
    Same boat here Lucy, I do not want to miss out if this goes to 10K

    I would think a 2/1 split is soon we will see

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    Gold is a little over $1200 for a pure ounce...

    You could cash that digital stuff for an ounce and a half of pure 24Kt gold coins.

    You can physically fondle the gold which has a 2500 year human history as REAL money.

    "Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Money View Post
    Gold is a little over $1200 for a pure ounce...

    You could cash that digital stuff for an ounce and a half of pure 24Kt gold coins.

    You can physically fondle the gold which has a 2500 year human history as REAL money.

    You can buy gold with the paper money you have too, and fondle it all you want, but make purchases with it by pressing a button or accept money for it by pressing a button ain't happening.

    I regularly use bitcoin by making purchases and accepting payments so i NEED it and wouldn't know what I would do without it at this point. Do you use a bank? This is more convenient than a bank for me, but I use banks as well.

    I didn't buy bitcoin for an investment...it just happened to gain in value. By A LOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Money View Post
    Gold is a little over $1200 for a pure ounce...

    You could cash that digital stuff for an ounce and a half of pure 24Kt gold coins.

    You can physically fondle the gold which has a 2500 year human history as REAL money.

    But if I hold my bitcoin another week I can get 2 ounce of pure 24kt gold coins. Or what until next month and get 2.5 ounces

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    Right at 1800 if we can stay there this week. 2000 will get there

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    Bitcoin $1,875
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy View Post
    Bitcoin $1,875
    Ethereum $95

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    Amazing

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    US multi-billionaire investor Warren Buffet advised people to "Stay away from it, it's a mirage"
    Hope in one hand, and shit in the other.......See which one fills up faster.


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    He also refused to buy amazon and buy into Jeff Bezos. look how that turned out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopsGuru View Post
    He also refused to buy amazon and buy into Jeff Bezos. look how that turned out.
    I'll go with his overall record over the last 50 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yyz View Post
    I'll go with his overall record over the last 50 years.
    I really don't think the majority here are using bitcoin as a major investment. They are using it as a tool, like Neteller, for moving funds between books, poker rooms, and home. Meanwhile a lot of people using this vehicle for gambling have made a considerable amount of money because of the gains.

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    If I didn't use it multiple times every single week since last August I wouldn't need it either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadJack View Post
    I really don't think the majority here are using bitcoin as a major investment. They are using it as a tool, like Neteller, for moving funds between books, poker rooms, and home. Meanwhile a lot of people using this vehicle for gambling have made a considerable amount of money because of the gains.
    Or........





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    $2016.49

    Can't imagine bitcoin being a convenient way to spend money in a strip joint.

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    I am long on the future of blockchain technology as the ultimate future of many things we currently do. I'm not looking to get out anytime soon. I may swap one particular coin for another here and there based on news and updates, but overall I am slowing adding money in as a part of an overall investment strategy.

    My crypto portfolio is currently broken down like this:
    BTC, 16.08%
    GNT, 6.98%
    ETH, 46.96%
    XRP, 21,72%
    SC, 8.26%

    It's been a wild ride recently. Overall portfolio is up 486% and the vast majority of that is within 2017.

    What's up, Jack! Just popped in to look around and a bitcoin thread happened to be on top! Hope your well, my man!
    sic 'em
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    Quote Originally Posted by dawgball View Post
    I am long on the future of blockchain technology as the ultimate future of many things we currently do. I'm not looking to get out anytime soon. I may swap one particular coin for another here and there based on news and updates, but overall I am slowing adding money in as a part of an overall investment strategy.

    My crypto portfolio is currently broken down like this:
    BTC, 16.08%
    GNT, 6.98%
    ETH, 46.96%
    XRP, 21,72%
    SC, 8.26%

    It's been a wild ride recently. Overall portfolio is up 486% and the vast majority of that is within 2017.

    What's up, Jack! Just popped in to look around and a bitcoin thread happened to be on top! Hope your well, my man!
    Glad to see you, Jase! Don't be a stranger, good seeing you pop in.

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    BTC $2,195
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy View Post
    BTC $2,195
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy View Post
    BTC $2,195
    ETH $173

    Etherium- I regret not buying some of it when it was less than 5 bucks.

    BTC keep it up



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    Quote Originally Posted by hedgehog View Post
    Etherium- I regret not buying some of it when it was less than 5 bucks.

    BTC keep it up


    I still think ETH a good buy a $175, I got in at $10 a few months ago. And I would throw some money at Ripple. I bought it a couple of weeks ago at .13, it's up to .31 now.

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    Pretty awesome for you guys. I can't imagine being an early investor.

    Like all investments the question becomes when to get out. I do think it's a bubble that will burst at some point. And when you do get out, how are you going to deal with the IRS if it's a substantial amount. Good problems to have though!

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