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Anonymous 110324

WHY THE FUCK DID I LISTTEN TO YOU ALL, YOU TOLD ME CRYPTO IS "ASTROLOGY FOR MEN" AND NOW BITCOIN IS ALMOST AT 70K

FUCK THE LOT OF YOU, I MEAN IT

Anonymous 110335

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>the lot of you
You deserved it, stinky bong

Anonymous 110337

But I thought men are logical and women are emotional. So why did you listen to us and not use your logical brain?

Anonymous 110338

Just wait till the economy collapses and people realize that pyramid schemes don't go up when everyone is broke

Anonymous 110341

OP is a memer m___
You can’t get enough bitcoin to compete with the rich assholes. The world adopts it and not much will change about greed and senseless collecting of bits.
Real value is in each other. Cultivate that.

Anonymous 110344

>>110324
>tfw she didn't buy the dip
lmao

Anonymous 110347

>>110341
These retarded posts are the exact reason i didn't buy when it was 18k. Doesn't matter how much I own, I could have quadrupled my money. I don't have to compete with anyone to make profit on an asset. You literally owe me money you retards

Anonymous 110352

>>110341
>You can’t get enough bitcoin to compete with the rich assholes.
And that has to do with increasing your wealth in some way because….

Anonymous 110361

>>110341
Why do you think that anyone who isn’t nagging about muh feelings and being a neet loser is a male? Consume medication

Anonymous 110395

The fact that it’s so expensive now means that if you buy into it you’d probably loose all you money since it’s at its peak, the best thing to do is to not waste any money on that stuff.

Anonymous 110403

>>110352
Okay back. I did mean the rich in bitcoin assholes. The newer ones that can afford a whole bit now. Yeah yeah, wouldn’t it have been nice to buy into in when it was $10 or $100, fine, but besides my point. There will be haves and have-nots. We still have this major problem. Why are people with either type of currency deserving of their elitism?
They’re not.

>>110361
I’m a rather butch dyke, but even I don’t act like this. Maybe it’s the disgusting picture

Anonymous 110739

>>110341
maybe you don't know this but you don't have to buy full bitcoins as in spend 70k at a time, you buy fractions of them
which means it literally doesn't matter if you have a hundred dollars or a million, you're still winning

Anonymous 110740

>>110403
>Okay back. I did mean the rich in bitcoin assholes. The newer ones that can afford a whole bit now. Yeah yeah, wouldn’t it have been nice to buy into in when it was $10 or $100, fine, but besides my point. There will be haves and have-nots. We still have this major problem.
I don't understand the point you're trying to make in this rambling.
>Why are people with either type of currency deserving of their elitism?
Don't know, that doesn't have anything to do with my question about using crypto to increase your own wealth.

Again, why should I care that some people have gotten rich on bitcoin? All I should care about is whether or not I can still make money myself on bitcoin.

Anonymous 110741

>>110341
>>110739
Wait did you legitimately think you had to buy an entire bitcoin in order to own bitcoin? Oh Jesus Christ.

Anonymous 110745

>>110741
I feel so sad and stupid, these posters were always so confident and loud in their RETARDED AND WRONG OPINION and I'm so risk averse and have super low self-esteem. Why the fuck do I listen to others, I bet they did it on purpose to fuck with easily intimidated people while holding themselves

Anonymous 110756

>>110740
> why should I care that some people have gotten rich on bitcoin?
They haven’t. They’re paying dollars for it. Rich people are the only ones who can do that now.
>All I should care about is whether or not I can still make money myself on bitcoin.
You can’t. Not unless you were one of the few who bought into it a decade ago. Say you were one of them. Now in the event of Bitcoin world you stand shoulder to shoulder with the afore mentioned wealthy. Well hello techno dystopia. Now what? I can appreciate a world without banks, but now the regular people are slaves to you and your buddies. This after you hire a security force for your new fiefdom.

>>110741
No. I know they have their equivalent of a cent, but that changes nothing.

Anonymous 110767

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>>110756
>No. I know they have their equivalent of a cent, but that changes nothing.
Oh my god.

Anonymous 110769

>>110756
>You can’t.
I have. I've already made 3000$ with bitcoin.
>Now what?
I have more money then I did before. Unlike you I don't take issues with the root idea of capitalism.

Anonymous 110784

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>>110767
Try saying something.

>>110769
Ah. So business as usual. The liberal dream of a Blade Runner like hellscape. But you’re cool with it because you’ll have a penthouse view

Anonymous 110786

idk I'm a dumbass poor and I made back 100$ from 30$ I invested in the span of a week (no I didn't invest in BTC). crypto is interesting. but plz don't invest too much in one thing.

Anonymous 110787

>>110786
golden rule is to only invest what you can afford to lose
I basically use crypto to sate my gambling addiction

Anonymous 110788

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>>110784
>The liberal dream of a Blade Runner like hellscape. But you’re cool with it because you’ll have a penthouse view

Anonymous 110789

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>>110788
Excuse me Miss, we've got a call for you.

Anonymous 110791

>Bitcoin isn't capitalism because…. It just isn't ok!

Anonymous 110793

>>110791
who made this ascertain ever? It's literally a currency.

Anonymous 110795

>>110793
Their whole moto is that "it's decentralised so it's better"

Anonymous 110796

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>>110789
why the kaiser tho he was wagnerian, he wouldn't have liked blade runner's world doesn't really make sense no offense

Anonymous 110802

>>110795
Yes, which means it cannot be manipulated by a central bank, making it more laissez faire capitalist than current monetary policy (hence Silk Road.)

Decentralized = more capitalism, in this case.

Anonymous 110806

>>110804
This applies to real stonks too. Furthermore comparing bitcoin to doge which literally, LITERALLY, survives purely off of reddit and Elon Musk meming is a bit retarded.

Anonymous 110810

>>110807
>billionaires can manipulate markets, more news at 11

Anonymous 110844

>>110802
Doctors call uncontrolled growth cancer. Economists, capitalism.

Anonymous 110845

>>110796
It's my favorite Based Department pic tbh

Anonymous 110891

>>110347
Yeah I almost bought it in 2012. It was like 275. Everyone told me it wasn't real it was a scam. I didn't buy… Now I mess with penny stocks.

Anonymous 110922

>>110891
It still isn't real. You can't do anything with Bitcoin. All crypto is is a way to launder money. Tether literally exists at this point to solely inflate the value of other cryptocurrencies.

If everyone who is woe is me about not becoming rich from Bitcoin actually bought it when it was very low, they wouldn't all be rich now. There isn't enough actual money involved for everyone to have. The bubble would have burst even sooner.

Anonymous 110960

>>110922
you can do stuff with it
Many online shops charge a fee if you use a credit card but they allow bitcoin (and very rarely even m0n3r0) without charging a fee

Anonymous 111054

>>110844
This.

>You can do stuff with it

Like hasten our extinction.

Anonymous 111057

>>111054
wtf i didnt know bitcoin was this based
putting all my savings into it right fucking now

Anonymous 111059

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>>110922
Ah, the first actual criticism of a bitcoin in this thread. You are correct.

Really if you want to make the use case argument, Monero is king because it allows you to pay for things illegally anonymously which means it's got a highly practical use case. I believe in the holding value of criminal enterprise.

If you want to devalue the currency argument, Ethereum then rises to the forefront because it's a currency you can in-build the contracts between parties on the currency itself, so in actuality, it is less a "currency" and more a "smart contract system".

Anonymous 111064

>>111059
already got some XMR. I didn't really put in that much because I wanted to make some short-term gains. I have made some money but I still don't really have the justification to hold a lot of something for a long time.

Isn't XMR more of a long-term hold?
Also is there a risk of a functionally similar currency taking its place?



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