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Bitcoin Investor Lost On Every Trade. Here’s Why
Moon Kil Woong 1/19/2018 2:27:04 AM

Sadly many people in #bitcoin right now are in it with the gambling mentality which, as the author demonstrates, is the exact wrong mentality for this. $BITCOMP

Regulation And Goverment Re Cryptocurrencies
Dick Kaplan 1/16/2018 12:41:37 PM

Enjoyed listening to this Cory Fleck. You make a great point about #bitcoin being the only #cryptocurrency that is decentralized. However, you got me thinking. You mentioned how that all other currencies have a creator who can dictate the direction of that currency. But bitcoin does not since #SatoshiNakamoto disappeared.

So what WOULD happen if this mysterious creator returned? Couldn't that happen at any time?

BTC/USD Consolidates Inside Ichimoku - US Real Estate Accepts Bitcoins
Joe Black 1/16/2018 12:25:36 PM

I can understand the real estate market getting on the #bitcoin bandwagon and accepting bitcoins, but who is the Miami condo seller nut who will ONLY accept bitcoin? I thought only criminals did that.

Bitcoin And Ethereum Buy, Sell or Hold?
Alexis Renault 1/16/2018 12:16:59 PM

I keep thinking I missed my chance to buy #cryptocurrencies, yet #Bitcoin and the rest keep going up and up. Surely this must be a bubble which is getting ready to burst, no?

Bitcoin Forecast - Wednesday, Jan 10
Doug Morris 1/10/2018 4:12:56 PM

John Bail, is that for the entire market? With all the craze around #bitcoin and the thousands of copycat #cryptocurrencies, I would have expected it to be much higher.

Bitcoin Regulation And Forks Upcoming
Michele Grant 1/3/2018 10:24:12 PM

I have a lot of doubts about #bitcoin and other #cryptocurrencies, but perhaps my biggest is the fact that any government could limit, or even make illegal, cryptocurrecies, just as China has.

Is This The Scariest Bitcoin Chart Of Them All?
Moon Kil Woong 12/26/2017 11:43:09 PM

Even if his chart proves true, the longer term #bitcoin players still made out well. Those predicting an absolute collapse of this are mistaken. At this point in time the issue is really how this technology will evolve more than anything else. It has already proven its ability to endure. $BITCOMP

Bitcoin Bubble Warning Follow-Up
Michele Grant 12/24/2017 2:26:20 AM

I've often cautioned my friends against investing in #bitcoin. Seems like everyone has been so caught up in its dramatic climb that they ignore all the warning signs of potential danger. Glad to see some level heads are prevailing here.

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
Farah Kincaid 12/22/2017 2:26:24 PM

The rally may be over. #Bitcoin plumetted:

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
Duanne Johnson 12/22/2017 1:21:33 AM

How high do you think #bitcoin can go?

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
Michael Molman 12/21/2017 10:35:09 PM

I like the analysis because it introduces me to an indicator that can help me determine when this bubble will implode. Cannot wait to short this thing just waiting for the right technical signals so I do not get squeezed out. #bitcoin.

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
Alexis Renault 12/21/2017 7:25:15 PM

Thanks Peter Rogers. I'm very interested in #bitcoin and have read countless articles about it here. However, this is the first technical analysis piece I've read on the subject, which got me curious as I don't really know anything about technical analysis. Are there any easy to understand resources you can point me to, so that I can better understand and take advantage of your article on $BITCOMP and $GBTC? Thank you.

The 4 Steps You Should Take Before Investing In A Lower-Tier Cryptocurrency
Currency Trader 12/20/2017 11:27:51 PM

Great article on some of the "other" cryptocurrencies. Seems like all the news lately has been dominated with #bitcoin and many are likely missing out on some of these alternatives. Highly recommended for anyone looking to be brought up to speed.

Bitcoin looks attractive again
Cannabis Stock Buyer 12/20/2017 9:27:31 PM

At what point was #bitcoin not looking attractive?

When Someone Asks, 'Should I Own Bitcoin?'
Danny Straus 12/20/2017 9:08:25 PM

Perhaps someone can explain something to me that I don't fully understand. I had always thought #Bitcoin was untraceable as a result of being anonymous. I had assumed this was a necessary byproduct to protect people's identities - one of the reasons it is so attractive to criminals. But it is also what worried me - that there is no protection from hackers or simply losing my digital wallet. No FDIC insurance for example.

But this statement left me wondering - "However, a transaction record is created. For this reason, transactions are considered pseudonymous, not anonymous." If that's the case, why can't it be traceable? That way, people's identities could still be protected, while retaining a measure of protection.

When Someone Asks, 'Should I Own Bitcoin?'
Boaz Berkowitz 12/20/2017 2:44:27 PM

Excellent read. I especially enjoyed some of the expert opinions that were provided at the end of the article.

I had almost invested in #bitcoin when it was selling at only $300 but decided it against it for several of the reasons that Richard Shaw covered here. While I of course now regret not having purchased it then, this article certainly reinforces many of the overall concerns I still have with #crypyocurrencies in general. $BITCOMP.

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