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Misaelz28

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Ha ha I will buy 1 when it gets to 3 k
 

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lesh11

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BTC China said in a tweet Thursday that it will close down its operations by Sept. 30 as Chinese authorities crack down on cryptocurrencies.
"This all because of China. Chinese investors have until September 30th to get their money out of exchanges before they close," Brian Kelly, CEO and founder of BKCM and a CNBC contributor, said in an email. "This is a market structure drop and not a drop on fundamentals, therefore this is a buying opportunity."
 

Sluber

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Is on sale!!!:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:

Time to buy moar!!!
Do we dare wait another day to buy a couple coins or is Friday when it starts to climb back up?

BTC China said in a tweet Thursday that it will close down its operations by Sept. 30 as Chinese authorities crack down on cryptocurrencies.
"This all because of China. Chinese investors have until September 30th to get their money out of exchanges before they close," Brian Kelly, CEO and founder of BKCM and a CNBC contributor, said in an email. "This is a market structure drop and not a drop on fundamentals, therefore this is a buying opportunity."
WOW
 

Uberdriver2710

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BTC China said in a tweet Thursday that it will close down its operations by Sept. 30 as Chinese authorities crack down on cryptocurrencies.
"This all because of China. Chinese investors have until September 30th to get their money out of exchanges before they close," Brian Kelly, CEO and founder of BKCM and a CNBC contributor, said in an email. "This is a market structure drop and not a drop on fundamentals, therefore this is a buying opportunity."

Cha-Ching$$$$:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
 

Triculí

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It's a currency that isn't backed by anything.

Being backed by a national government isn't terribly reassuring, but it's something.

Just like the dollar. Used to be backed by gold and now they just print money out of thin air. Believe it or not both the dollar and the bitcoin are currencies with no backups.
 

yomomma

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I wouldn't touch BTC for awhile; too many cryptos out there as well. When things settle down, you probably want to look at mining some of the other ones. Speculation got out of hand especially with Ethereum which has an unlimited supply.
 

Triculí

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Bitcoin is backed by miners AND the blockchain.


Lol. And what dude? Getting approved by the network is not a backup.

Bitcoin is still backed by nothing. In a sense, bitcoin’s value is derived from our common belief that bitcoin has value. The same is true of the American dollar, the British pound, and the European Union’s euro, as well as nearly every other modern currency. That's the reality.
 

Uberdriver2710

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Lol. And what dude? Getting approved by the network is not a backup.

Bitcoin is still backed by nothing. In a sense, bitcoin’s value is derived from our common belief that bitcoin has value. The same is true of the American dollar, the British pound, and the European Union’s euro, as well as nearly every other modern currency. That's the reality.

If you think computers doing work is 'nothing', then yes, from your narrow ignorant perspective, it's worthless.

Have fun, living in ignorance.:p
 
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