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December 31, 2015, 06:39:16 PM
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How To Buy, Invest In, And Store Bitcoin: For Technophiles, Technophobes And Pure Investors

An investment in Bitcoin, as outlined in the first article in this series, could potentially result in an enormous payoff, which is perhaps why it has attracted such fervent supporters. But as discussed in the second installment, the currency has many paths to failure. If you are willing to take a gamble, you must decide how to invest.

Because Bitcoin is a technology as well as money, you can own it in a way where you manage the tech yourself or you can have someone else handle it for you. You can also own other investment vehicles that give you exposure to Bitcoin but shield you from the currency’s volatility and that allow you to benefit from tax-advantaged accounts such as IRAs and 401(k)s.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/laurashin/2015/12/31/how-to-buy-invest-in-and-store-bitcoin-for-technophiles-technophobes-and-pure-investors/


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December 31, 2015, 07:02:16 PM
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And again a good article.
I've read all 3 of this series and have to say that people who did know about Bitcoin before, should have a great overview and impression now what it is.
Furthermore most of the reasons against investing Bitcoin are very unlikely to happen and won't stop it from growing or progressing.
So the outcome of all three article together is a postive one for Bitcoin.
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December 31, 2015, 09:34:47 PM
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And again a good article.
I've read all 3 of this series and have to say that people who did know about Bitcoin before, should have a great overview and impression now what it is.
Furthermore most of the reasons against investing Bitcoin are very unlikely to happen and won't stop it from growing or progressing.
So the outcome of all three article together is a postive one for Bitcoin.


but most people read nothing and so they will always ask questions like:

"Should i buy bitcoins now? Is it a good time to buy? ; Should i sell now?"

...actually the price is the most boring thing at the moment  Wink

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