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bitcoin by DorisCisslebury.pol - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 02:49:15 EST ID:URnTK6Ig No.121867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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lets discuss bitcoin here.
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DorisCisslebury.pol - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 02:51:19 EST ID:URnTK6Ig No.121868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
popular crypto
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DorisCisslebury.pol - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 03:47:12 EST ID:URnTK6Ig No.121869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you want to get more crupto, you can invest money to the ICOs. But you need to be attentive and check popu;ar and profitable projects. I prefer to check ICOs ranks on https://icopulse.com/ where you can choose one of the popular ICO project.
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FuckSevingfetch.dxf - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 00:11:24 EST ID:pNg1L7wK No.121870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
420chan has zero crypto culture
You'd be better off heading to /biz/
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EdwardBibbermidge.css - Sun, 24 Jun 2018 05:38:38 EST ID:EBip+4XS No.121872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bought $4000 of ETH last month when it was at almost $800.

Let's hope it rallies. It's very obviously the most useful of all cryptos.
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HenryBibbernudge.ffl - Sun, 24 Jun 2018 07:30:51 EST ID:ZL1o+JYw No.121873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121872
  1. You should have sold a month ago.
  2. Why should it rally? Did you buy $4,000 worth of something that you don't know anything about?
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AngusTrotwell.com - Mon, 25 Jun 2018 11:17:01 EST ID:rSwIafzl No.121874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121870
>/biz/
>culture
pick one

actually I thought of 420chan as a bedrock for crypto because of the "alternative markets". in fact I'd bet a lot of bitcoin millionaires started out as potheads, not entrepreneurs or gamers with horsepower to spare.
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ClaraMundermet.doc - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 00:52:46 EST ID:9fBTJ9Sj No.121895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121874
Everyone on 420chan is too jaded by the hindsight that they could have been set for life off of what they once spent to buy a week's paycheck worth of drugs to feel much like discussing the matter.
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FrederickSullerfick.eps2 - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 00:06:51 EST ID:d68NE8sZ No.121916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121895
I think
its a lot of this
and the fact not many give enough of a shit to research a bit
I notice some really weird hostility towards cryptos not that I'm a fucking btc maximalist myself
the whole market is a pump an dump right now
and to the >OP
nigga shoulda bought around 400$$
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FannyHuzzletock.svg - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 09:17:02 EST ID:vhx3ssNb No.121931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121870

Any non chan websites for learning about crypto?
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JennyBuzzforth.psd - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 15:09:32 EST ID:7vXz2nWh No.121974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121931
best you watch the mining / btc episode of the "Dark Net" TV Series
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ShittingChubberfield.bfc - Wed, 05 Sep 2018 00:17:53 EST ID:t0Ti1l/2 No.121982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>121867
It doesn't do anything. No one actually uses to buy things that aren't drugs or guns or launder money. It's like a store of value or whatever where the only way you really 'make' money is if other people lose it by buying/selling at the right time.

People might not like banks but normal people aren't going to replace what isn't broken. For example, when I want to buy something I pay with cash in real life OR I use my bank card OR I use my PayPal account OR I use my credit card. ALL of which are easy to use, zero to extremely low transaction fees, and simple. Bitcoin doesn't make better ANY of that.

In summary, if you want to use it as a store of value, fine, although I buy gold and silver personally for that purpose, but just don't go thinking that someday everyone is going to be using bitcoin to pay for their coffees.
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Terminal - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 01:23:58 EST ID:NMYmKl6i No.121990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121895

This man understands the pain of nerdy stoners everywhere
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PhyllisBlibberdatch.gid - Wed, 24 Oct 2018 12:14:53 EST ID:LCWX4cop No.122060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I found a Gridseed miner.

Is it viable to turn a profit with it, since I got it for free and doesn't have to recoup that cost?
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WesleyDartgold.bat - Wed, 24 Oct 2018 12:53:41 EST ID:bFee7tEo No.122061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121990
I know, right? I remember back in the day, about to buy a sheet of acid off Silk Road but pussed out. At the time, bitcoin was like, $0.10 a coin so had I pussed out after buying $500 worth of bitcoin, I could be a millionaire.

Although, knowing my dumbass, I would have sold them a month later after they hit $0.20 a coin...
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FrederickDebblewell.msg - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 18:12:08 EST ID:Og1bKJAP No.122101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bitcoin is:

>A scam
>About as useful as currency exchange flipping
>A good way to get the FBI/IRS a-knockin
>Something you'll have never gotten in on to make your life not shit

The end.
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AngusFenningman.cbl - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 20:36:28 EST ID:hZ4G0jnS No.122102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122101
Does that mean that I won't even recoup the power bill and AC/DC-converter with the: >>122060 ?


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