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June 05, 2017, 04:53:35 PM
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Tsss.. if bitcoin was something that you can just find inside old chests on the basement, i wouldve paid to check all basements that i know. Near or far. But really, its still unreasonable to say that we are the new rich. Well, i maen not all can invest, and not all have skills to offer for btc. Some can be hard working and industrious but only few will get lucky, .. so i kinda disagree with the thought of the one who posted this topic.. just a bit tho,

You can be one of the wealthy elite if you are early adopter of bitcoin or if you have a lot of money to buy bitcoin and keep it years in your wallet. Today, bitcoin now has been the playground for wealthy elites Buy then cash it out for huge profits. But for small time investors like most of us. Its even hard to earn even 1 or 2 bitcoin in our wallet. So only a few will really be super millionaires when it come to holding bitcoin.

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June 05, 2017, 04:59:07 PM
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Tsss.. if bitcoin was something that you can just find inside old chests on the basement, i wouldve paid to check all basements that i know. Near or far. But really, its still unreasonable to say that we are the new rich. Well, i maen not all can invest, and not all have skills to offer for btc. Some can be hard working and industrious but only few will get lucky, .. so i kinda disagree with the thought of the one who posted this topic.. just a bit tho,

You can be one of the wealthy elite if you are early adopter of bitcoin or if you have a lot of money to buy bitcoin and keep it years in your wallet. Today, bitcoin now has been the playground for wealthy elites Buy then cash it out for huge profits. But for small time investors like most of us. Its even hard to earn even 1 or 2 bitcoin in our wallet. So only a few will really be super millionaires when it come to holding bitcoin.

And that is correct. Those few people who have stayed courageous in just waiting for bitcoin to grow.
It is like they planted a seed and just keep on nurturing it by feeding good feedbacks and inviting more people to invest in it.
Patience is really their key and it is all worth the wait after all that it had been through.

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June 05, 2017, 04:59:55 PM
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I wouldn't say that some average Bitcoin user is part of elite, especialy not the wealthy one. This term might refer to early adopters and some who hold maybe more than 50 Bitcoins at the moment. Besides Bitcoin wasn't made with purpose to be part of any kind of elite, at least I beleive so.

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June 06, 2017, 04:19:45 AM
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Tsss.. if bitcoin was something that you can just find inside old chests on the basement, i wouldve paid to check all basements that i know. Near or far. But really, its still unreasonable to say that we are the new rich. Well, i maen not all can invest, and not all have skills to offer for btc. Some can be hard working and industrious but only few will get lucky, .. so i kinda disagree with the thought of the one who posted this topic.. just a bit tho,

You can be one of the wealthy elite if you are early adopter of bitcoin or if you have a lot of money to buy bitcoin and keep it years in your wallet. Today, bitcoin now has been the playground for wealthy elites Buy then cash it out for huge profits. But for small time investors like most of us. Its even hard to earn even 1 or 2 bitcoin in our wallet. So only a few will really be super millionaires when it come to holding bitcoin.

You're right, but sadly, in this country that i am currently in, people like me don't have the capability to buy bitcoin. Sinply because mine is a poor country and you can only guess that most of the people in it are too. And even when i'd get the chance somehow to have a but of money, i can't just go spend it on bitcoins coz daily needs are a must for me. But if I'd ever have an extra(though i doubt i would), i would gladly buy bitcoins coz i have read a lot about it and i know it really is possible for its price to rocket to the moon and beyond. It has great potential. That's just for me tho.
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June 06, 2017, 04:38:49 AM
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I wouldn't say that some average Bitcoin user is part of elite, especialy not the wealthy one. This term might refer to early adopters and some who hold maybe more than 50 Bitcoins at the moment. Besides Bitcoin wasn't made with purpose to be part of any kind of elite, at least I beleive so.

Even if you are holding BTC50, it doesn't makes you rich as per the standard definition. BTC50 is worth close to $140,000 as per the latest exchange rates. To become a High Net Worth (HNW) individual, you needs a total net worth of at least $1,000,000 or around BTC357 in Bitcoins.

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June 06, 2017, 04:51:47 AM
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I wouldn't say that some average Bitcoin user is part of elite, especialy not the wealthy one. This term might refer to early adopters and some who hold maybe more than 50 Bitcoins at the moment. Besides Bitcoin wasn't made with purpose to be part of any kind of elite, at least I beleive so.

Even if you are holding BTC50, it doesn't makes you rich as per the standard definition. BTC50 is worth close to $140,000 as per the latest exchange rates. To become a High Net Worth (HNW) individual, you needs a total net worth of at least $1,000,000 or around BTC357 in Bitcoins.
That is if you are leaving in a wealthy country but in our country having at least 10 btc can be consider as richness already but like what many people said here this thread was open since 2011 and those who wait and hold their btc are now consider as elite people and already change up their lifestyle.

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June 06, 2017, 05:24:01 AM
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I couldn't think of a better place to post this and I think it's fitting here. I just sold my stash of 6 years at $2,200. I just couldn't stand to wait any longer and I'm not greedy. Bitcoin definitely made me rich (not really rich elite but rich enough for me). Everything I own is paid off (houses, cars, Horizon 350 Four Winns boat - everything). I have everything I want and more. Hookers and beer for the rest of my life.

I hope bitcoin goes to a million dollars each and all of you get everything you want. I won't be disappointed if it does (because I kept a couple for a rainy day  Wink ). I'll still be around here to make fun of you when required (maybe not as much as before though). Good luck to you all and don't forget that it's not illegal to sell your coins.

Good riddance ... you were basically an immature idiot from the beginning anyway.

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June 06, 2017, 05:32:51 AM
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I couldn't think of a better place to post this and I think it's fitting here. I just sold my stash of 6 years at $2,200. I just couldn't stand to wait any longer and I'm not greedy. Bitcoin definitely made me rich (not really rich elite but rich enough for me). Everything I own is paid off (houses, cars, Horizon 350 Four Winns boat - everything). I have everything I want and more. Hookers and beer for the rest of my life.

I hope bitcoin goes to a million dollars each and all of you get everything you want. I won't be disappointed if it does (because I kept a couple for a rainy day  Wink ). I'll still be around here to make fun of you when required (maybe not as much as before though). Good luck to you all and don't forget that it's not illegal to sell your coins.

Good riddance ... you were basically an immature idiot from the beginning anyway.

Wonderful bedside manner, Doc.  Roll Eyes

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June 06, 2017, 05:39:03 AM
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I couldn't think of a better place to post this and I think it's fitting here. I just sold my stash of 6 years at $2,200. I just couldn't stand to wait any longer and I'm not greedy. Bitcoin definitely made me rich (not really rich elite but rich enough for me). Everything I own is paid off (houses, cars, Horizon 350 Four Winns boat - everything). I have everything I want and more. Hookers and beer for the rest of my life.

I hope bitcoin goes to a million dollars each and all of you get everything you want. I won't be disappointed if it does (because I kept a couple for a rainy day  Wink ). I'll still be around here to make fun of you when required (maybe not as much as before though). Good luck to you all and don't forget that it's not illegal to sell your coins.

Good riddance ... you were basically an immature idiot from the beginning anyway.

Wonderful bedside manner, Doc.  Roll Eyes

Calling it like I sees it, some people like to get the straight oil from their 'Doc'.

Guy was complete troll/tool who expounded well outside what his intelligence or understanding ever warranted.

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June 06, 2017, 06:14:41 AM
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Are you currently putting all your money into bitcoin?  If you say this, you show you believe it by your actions.  I am putting all my money into bitcoin - I see a possibility of $50-$100+ per coin this year.  Just think, once the "bankers" and hedge funds find out about this, we are going to the moon.  Once my bitcoins are $1,000+ I will be able to pay off my growing college loans and maybe get an apartment, and my first car Smiley
After 6 six years of waiting ,this man is already a millionaire with apartments  and a luxury car. Am i right?
Your one example that if you believe ,your price could be so great.
i think six years are not such a long for becoming millionaire people worked day and night but cannot make such a big amount of money in six years. i am pretty confident that if a person will invest in bitcoin right now he will also become millionaire in next few yeas. as bitcoin is still giving chance to people to become rich.

Price discovery is only starting, if you are on this forum already you are still  earlier than 99.9%  of the population....
Important People will really take notice when we break 10k and after that the real money will be loaded in....
Buckle up, this is Motherfuckein Gentlemen....  Cool
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That's right, even if one is a holder, it's a good idea to give oneself some gratification with small amounts once in a while to enjoy the ride, such as purchasing games on Steam.
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LOL at the thought of wealthy elite buying games from steam.

Think a little bigger   Cheesy.

On the topic of selling, colleagues at work are starting to beg me to sell them some coins after they'very had a hard time dealing with the red tape trying to open accounts at places like Coinbase. I've gladly obliged selling them scraps left behind in old wallets that I'd last used in 2011, 2012.
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June 08, 2017, 07:16:25 AM
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I wouldn't say that some average Bitcoin user is part of elite, especialy not the wealthy one. This term might refer to early adopters and some who hold maybe more than 50 Bitcoins at the moment. Besides Bitcoin wasn't made with purpose to be part of any kind of elite, at least I beleive so.

I agree here, I would even say that even in the future to really be in the elite, you would still need several hundred if not thousands of BTC. I don't know what most people's opinion on wealth, but if you're supporting a family of more than just yourself and a significant other, in my opinion you need a net worth well into the high millions to be "elite" if that is really what you are after.

That being said, I still believe that anyone with 50+ should have a pretty nice nest egg if you just ride the highs and lows for years to come
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June 08, 2017, 08:11:05 AM
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To think that not so long ago I was paid 50 BTC for two hours of work.

This stuff was posted 2011.. 50Bitcoin? Incredibly stuff. I see Ethereum going thesame way and even surpassing Bitcoin. Man, what a strange forum

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June 08, 2017, 08:15:32 AM
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What's also interesting to imagine is what kind of things crypto millionaires will spend their fortunes. Probably good opportunity for unusual many businesses as disposal income in BTC may lead to weirdest trends Human have ever seen.
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June 08, 2017, 08:17:42 AM
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To think that not so long ago I was paid 50 BTC for two hours of work.

This stuff was posted 2011.. 50Bitcoin? Incredibly stuff. I see Ethereum going thesame way and even surpassing Bitcoin. Man, what a strange forum
I have heard that in that year you could buy a pizza per 10k Bitcoins. People who putted big hopes on bitcoin and store it today must be the true wealthy elite  Cheesy

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June 08, 2017, 09:29:59 AM
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There can be more than one cryptocurrecy in the event that they utilize distinctive verification of work. This is one of the focuses  was attempting to make. He was correct, I wasn't right. This is the reason I didn't anticipate the ascent of litecoin. Nonetheless, for mental reasons I trust bitcoin will dependably be the gold to litecoin's silver.Speculating on bitcoin in light of the fact that you trust the cost will rise produces riches, and does not only speak to a riches exchange, for the reasons Terpie was contending - it flags that others should investigate. They advantage from this on the grounds that bitcoin really is the fate of cash.
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June 08, 2017, 11:28:51 AM
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I wouldn't say that some average Bitcoin user is part of elite, especialy not the wealthy one. This term might refer to early adopters and some who hold maybe more than 50 Bitcoins at the moment. Besides Bitcoin wasn't made with purpose to be part of any kind of elite, at least I beleive so.

I agree here, I would even say that even in the future to really be in the elite, you would still need several hundred if not thousands of BTC. I don't know what most people's opinion on wealth, but if you're supporting a family of more than just yourself and a significant other, in my opinion you need a net worth well into the high millions to be "elite" if that is really what you are after.

That being said, I still believe that anyone with 50+ should have a pretty nice nest egg if you just ride the highs and lows for years to come
i think earning 50+ is not such an easy take. to me i am earning bitcoin on a regular bases and i am sure that bitcoin will continue supporting me even in future. so do not think i need to earn 50+ in bulks.

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June 08, 2017, 04:40:01 PM
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I couldn't think of a better place to post this and I think it's fitting here. I just sold my stash of 6 years at $2,200. I just couldn't stand to wait any longer and I'm not greedy. Bitcoin definitely made me rich (not really rich elite but rich enough for me). Everything I own is paid off (houses, cars, Horizon 350 Four Winns boat - everything). I have everything I want and more. Hookers and beer for the rest of my life.

I hope bitcoin goes to a million dollars each and all of you get everything you want. I won't be disappointed if it does (because I kept a couple for a rainy day  Wink ). I'll still be around here to make fun of you when required (maybe not as much as before though). Good luck to you all and don't forget that it's not illegal to sell your coins.

Good riddance ... you were basically an immature idiot from the beginning anyway.

Hookers and beer for the rest of your life.  Winning.  Haha!   Being debt free is probably one of the best feelings in the world, so congrats on that...definitely can't say anything bad about cashing out when the time was right for you.  Maybe you can 1031 exchange a home so that you can move next to Charlie Sheen.   
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June 08, 2017, 04:44:48 PM
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I wouldn't say that some average Bitcoin user is part of elite, especialy not the wealthy one. This term might refer to early adopters and some who hold maybe more than 50 Bitcoins at the moment. Besides Bitcoin wasn't made with purpose to be part of any kind of elite, at least I beleive so.

I agree here, I would even say that even in the future to really be in the elite, you would still need several hundred if not thousands of BTC. I don't know what most people's opinion on wealth, but if you're supporting a family of more than just yourself and a significant other, in my opinion you need a net worth well into the high millions to be "elite" if that is really what you are after.

That being said, I still believe that anyone with 50+ should have a pretty nice nest egg if you just ride the highs and lows for years to come
i think earning 50+ is not such an easy take. to me i am earning bitcoin on a regular bases and i am sure that bitcoin will continue supporting me even in future. so do not think i need to earn 50+ in bulks.

I think you meant "task" not "take" right?  Yeah, I didn't say that it would be easy...but nothing in life that is worth anything monetarily (or sentimental) comes easy.  If you REALLY believe in bitcoin and/or other crypto currencies, you should be putting a portion of each paycheck into it, as you would with any other 401k or IRA or retirement instrument.   

What I was getting at, is I think "elite" has a different meaning for everyone.   For some, it may just mean owning a home free and clear, with a good family, and a couple nice cars, and no debt.   To others, elite means Floyd Money Mayweather. 

Me personally, I really believe in bitcoin and the way that it can literally change the banking world (because I work in that industry), so  I try to put any disposable income into that I have. 
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June 09, 2017, 10:10:26 AM
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Well, i dont think it should be seen that way. Coz not all people using bitcoins are really into it just for the purpose of profit. Many use it just to make their lives easier. Or they just love the technology. Or maybe its just because they want a piece of the new thing and stay on the trend. Plus, others migut want profit but are not able to provide something to invest. Either financially or with skills. So i think its not a good idea to look at the people who adapted early to bitcoins the new wealthy elite. Plus you need a bunch of bitcoins to even be on the bottom of the elite lol
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