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35 minutes ago, Red74 said:

Bitcoin was £3,000 12 months ago.  This is a correction more than a crash 

On the way to it's peak in 2018, there were 3 corrections of 30%+, this time so far there have been none.

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Just now, tokyojoe said:

I've lost about 30% this week. Suppose on the basis of the GF's infinite wisdom I'd better buy more.

Buy low, hope it gets high. Then sell. Then hope it gets low. Buy low. Rinse and repeat.

 

The golden rule to gambling - get your initial stake out plus your preferred cut and the only gamble with the house's money.

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40 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Buy low, hope it gets high. Then sell. Then hope it gets low. Buy low. Rinse and repeat.

 

The golden rule to gambling - get your initial stake out plus your preferred cut and the only gamble with the house's money.

Right I think I'm ready.. one more time.   .'get high, go low, have a steak out,gamble the house' 

think i got it.

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12 hours ago, Gnasher said:

Right I think I'm ready.. one more time.   .'get high, go low, have a steak out,gamble the house' 

think i got it.

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You forgot the shirt part.

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7 minutes ago, ZonkoVille77 said:

I preferred this thread when crypto wasn't rising. 

Crypto coins are rising

Shares are getting low

according to all sources,

Doge is the way to go

’Cause tonight for the first time, 

just about half past ten

for the first time in history 

It’s gonna start raining Ethereum!  

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13 minutes ago, ZonkoVille77 said:

I preferred this thread when crypto wasn't rising. 

 

Bitcoin isn't out of the woods yet, things could still dip for a while if it doesn't pick up before the weekend. And if it sinks again it'll take almost everything else with it.

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18 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

Crypto coins are rising

Shares are getting low

according to all sources,

Doge is the way to go

’Cause tonight for the first time, 

just about half past ten

for the first time in history 

It’s gonna start raining Ethereum!  

Not bad at all that. I heard they got an opening for the worldwide  Crypto poet and the above should easily win. Like the poet laureate of finance with a bit of football gambling thrown in. Could be on to something here.

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Anyone heard of Pi?

 

Technically not a cryptocurrency yet as it has no monetary value, but looks like the beginnings of something.

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Also, I haven't a fucking clue of Cryptocurrency.

 

Would love to do a bit of small trading, but wouldn't know where to start.

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Still got no coins. I’m refusing to buy back in to Lumens until I can get at least as many as I sold. It’s a matter of principle. Every time it drops almost enough it nudges back up again. The first time I bite it’ll drop through the floor. 

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