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  1. #601
    I still can't afford a house.

    I'm around 1% of the way there.
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    ongies gonna ong
  2. #602
    what can i say , its been a nice couple of months .

    Kraken balance is now £6k above the total that I invested originally without considering the value of exodus and binance balances.

    Waiting for ada to spark back to reach news highs. hopefully soon as DEXs start to launch and the plutus application backend is released allowing a lot of the projects waiting to deploy.

    currently mining ETH to a different pool and getting paid in bitcoin every other day to avoid the horrendous gas fees. before i was mining and getting paid once a month which cost $3-5 . last payment cost $0.05 on bitcoin. Once its in bitcoin i have the option to sell it and swap into another coin
  3. #603
    I think that cryptocurrency is a great way to make money these days. I think that many people still underestimate the opportunities to make money easily. However, one must not forget about the big risks in this business ...
  4. #604
    Quote Originally Posted by mosss45 View Post
    I think that #keyword# is a great way to make money these days. I think that many people still underestimate the opportunities to make money easily. However, one must not forget about the big risks in this business ...
    is it cynical to apply that amendment as a bot post
  5. #605
    lol safesun is down 40% today but I've traded a 40% profit in the volatility.
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  6. #606
    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    is it cynical to apply that amendment as a bot post
    Maybe.

    edit - keith read the mod edit, it's probably best I don't leave what I said public as it gives people ideas!
    Last edited by Keith; 11-10-2021 at 07:48 PM. Reason: read the edited mod reply
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  7. #607
    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    lol safesun is down 40% today but I've traded a 40% profit in the volatility.
    Adding to this... the value of safesun has halved in five days, and during this time I've doubled my stack. Funny really, whatever it loses I gain. Problem of course is I'm not actually making any money unless the coin recovers.

    Why the fuck do I even bother with this shitcoin? I like the coin because it's very low liquidity, low volume but not completely dead, it's easy to sell coins and buy back cheaper. I've made a decent amount of money from this coin, even though the coin itself performs terribly. I think I'm past $500 in profit, which has mostly been spread over better coins like SOL and LINK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    I still can't afford a house.

    I'm around 1% of the way there.
    That percentage depends heavily on how much you can stretch your definition of what a house is.
    The strengh of a hero is defined by the weakness of his villains.
  9. #609
    Ok let me define what "house" means in this context.

    Somewhere I can live comfortably for the rest of my life, if necessary. We're probably looking at £200k, though £150k at least gets me on the property ladder in a semi-nice property. Anything less than that, might as well rent.
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    Have you considered Budget Venice?

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  11. #611
    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    is it cynical to apply that amendment as a bot post
    And hes gone ....casino link came in hidden behind a WSOP link
  12. #612
    I never understood the full value of cryptocurrencies. In addition, the cryptocurrency is not backed by gold. Although bought bitcoins, I only invested a little money.
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    Most of the world's currencies are tied to the value of the US dollar, and the US dollar hasn't been on the gold standard since forever.
    You can find any pattern you want to any level of precision you want, if you're prepared to ignore enough data.
  14. #614
    lol he's just making nonsense posts so he can post links in the near future. Keith will ban him within a week.
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  15. #615
    sweepstakes for how long before first post and bannable post for new users for the degenerate gamblers here ? lol
  16. #616
    I just saw a bot sell 15+ AVAX at a 10% loss, we're talking a $200 ish loss. I don't know why that feels so good seeing as I didn't buy his coins, but it does feel like a win. Fuck the bots.
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  17. #617
    Quote Originally Posted by terrysmithh54 View Post
    I never understood the full value of cryptocurrencies. In addition, the cryptocurrency is not backed by gold. Although bought bitcoins, I only invested a little money.
    Definitely not, bitcoin has much more in common with gold than any conventional money. Bitcoin, like gold, is a limited resource. The world's physical gold market is valued at $ 2.6 trillion today, including assets held in gold ETFs, according to JPMorgan research. Of course, the cryptocurrency sector is dozens of times smaller, but bitcoin also has a limited supply of coins, which makes it as scarce as the precious metal. Therefore, both gold and bitcoin can be used to store savings from inflation. For example, companies like MicroStrategy and Mode have already invested some of their profits in bitcoin. Business representatives see cryptocurrencies as an alternative way to protect assets from dollar inflation.
  18. #618
    Of course, the cryptocurrency sector is dozens of times smaller
    Not quite. Bitcoin alone is worth around a third of the market cap of gold.
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