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  • Modee
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    Might sell some at 100K, not all.

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  • American Psycho
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    Do you have any sell price in mind? I mean if it hit 100K tomorrow, would you sell?

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  • Modee
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    I am up so much, I have no incentive to sell anytime soon. I am miles outside of the ball park in terms of a home run.

    Same with my long term holds such as...just to name a few...AAPL, AMZN and TSLA, why sell now?

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  • American Psycho
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    It seems you are not buying low and selling high, but you are just holding and holding. Is there any price point where you'll say it's definitely time to sell now?

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  • Modee
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    Well I don't know if people are or are not using it, but clients of mine have sent BTC my way consistently for ten years now, and I have thankfully hodled ALL of it!

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  • American Psycho
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    What's your latest take on BTC? Price has gone sky high but people are not using it any more frequently

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  • Yury_M
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    BTC are now just commodities.
    Over the last 3 years,
    Many services stopped accepting BTC as payment for goods and services.

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  • Contessa Godert
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    Thanks for sharing this pricious info with us.

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  • Nubram
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    Bitcoin is something you'd better be very careful with. If you're not keen on the crypto market, you'' probably loose a lot of money in a short time. From my experience with trading and crypto games, I can definitely say it's not for newbies

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  • Modee
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    This, an attempt at money laundering and circumventing laws, is not what bitcoin is about:
    Bitcoin trader charged with money laundering in unusual case testing digital currency - The San Diego Union-Tribune

    If you have bitcoin, and are ahead and want to cash in, just pay the taxes...do not attempt to circumvent the law...do the right thing. Bitcoin is a means to change the world, not to destroy it.

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  • Modee
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    A lot of fear mongering going on around bitcoin lately. Sell now! because China is going to ban it. (Which they already have in the past, including bans by China and Korea on the flow of money out of these countries for gambling - which hasn't stopped high roller gambling in Macau anyway). Sell now! because there's nothing backing bitcoin up (how long has US currency been off the gold standard, and backed by nothing, as well)?

    The latest:

    Bitcoin price WARNING: 'two-thirds of bitcoin owners to sell' as anonymity scrapped
    Bitcoin price WARNING: 'two-thirds of bitcoin owners to sell' | City & Business | Finance | Express.co.uk

    Let's not forget though that identification and coordination with the Treasury Department for purposes of taxes, has been in effect in the U.S. for a while.
    Coinbase ordered to give the IRS data on users trading more than $20,000 – TechCrunch
    It has not been possible to create an anonymous U.S. wallet for bitcoin for quite some time,
    and the same will be true soon in Europe:
    UK and EU plan to regulate cryptocurrencies and reveal bitcoin users' identities

    In fact, it is the day when governments and economists STOP warning about bitcoin that I would really start to worry. Until then, all of these harbingers of doom have simply brought BTC more to the forefront of the news. No press is bad press, and bitcoin buyers don't trust governments anyway.

    Long live bitcoin!

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  • Modee
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    Originally posted by Modee View Post
    Bitcoin Bubble Burst will warn you if the bitcoin dream is about to crash down
    Page not found – TechCrunch
    Hmm so this URL is dead already, lol.

    Here is a video on it:

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  • Modee
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    The launch of bitcoin futures in the CBOE and CME have not affected it adversely. I didn't expect it to drop because after all, futures/options don't wag the tail of the dog, the dog being the underlying "stock" which in this case is bitcoin itself.

    BTC remains stable.

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  • Modee
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    So bitcoin futures have launched this evening mainstream on the CBOE. and futures on CME will launch December 18, 2017. *Yawn.

    Typically a stock's price is not affected by options, rather, the options follow the stock's price. In other words, the addition of option trading to a stock does not typically move it around in any direction other than where it might have gone anyway. Tonight was no different. And in fact, BTC futures and options have been trading since June 2016, at Derebit, so really - this is nothing new, just the mainstream thrust of an existing story.

    I still expect BTC to keep going up in 2018.

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  • Modee
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    Coinbase is now the most popular App on the Apple App Store.
    Download this: a Bitcoin wallet app is now the most popular app

    Number of bitcoin users expects to reach 200 million by 2024
    Page not found | CCN.com

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