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Did you guys ever hold bitcoin or any other crypto?
I had 2 that I had sold off for like $13 in 2012. Really kicking myself now… https://howmuchisbitcoin.info/
I just bought 1k usd worth of ethereum
this is probably the worst time to buy as the bubble will burst any day now (right?) but I dont care that much tbh
all I do is horde all my money in my bank account and never spend it so its like I dont have it anyways, might as well gamble it away on the coinmarket >>984
I keep seeing moneros name everywhere too, don't know a thing about it but thats how it was with bitcoin for me;
saw that shit namedropped everywhere then a few years later and its suddenly worth a fortune overnight. I think I might drop a grand on that too.
How can I learn more about cryptos so I don't end up losing all my money?
Honestly, that's it. You have to browse around actually niche websites and forums.
The thing is that Monero is late as hell to the game, so it's really not guaranteed that it's going to usurp the billlion-dollar gorilla. Everyone who is really into the risk-taking already
bought into bitcoin, ethereum, etc
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it will go back up right?
probably, but not for awhile.
i wanted to buy some zcash last night
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this is the real leetcoin boys
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When I started out I held litecoin and followed that for a while I researched it some more and engaging with twitter crypto community for a while I now have UBIQ (UBQ) and CryCash (CRC)
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I hold a few thousand usd in btc, another few thousand in eth, and a handful of other bets on shitcoins with fully doxxed dev teams. I also buy ETFs. I've probably made ~$30K in trades this year.>>986>Monero
It's a privacy-oriented coin, such that you cannot deanonymize people on the public ledger (it exists for buying drugs and guns.)>How can I learn more about cryptos so I don't end up losing all my money? TOKENS exist to reward the people mining the currency access to COMPUTE TIME. What are the computers doing? Do people actually use this API for the creation of a value-added application?
Learn about the background of the data sharing platform being used.
Look for a fully-doxxed dev team and open source code: good signs.
Look out for shitcoins with a few user IDs trading to each other over and over to generate artificial market value. This is bad. Use bscscan to see if the coin has actual traction.