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June 13, 2016, 01:56:17 AM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

And yeah, if you already had 800 btc you don't have to lend it to the people because it is very risky even you have a lot of it, 1 btc is only nothing for you. But if you are that conscious with your money. Better to hold it, just like the bitcoin millionaires do, they are just holding it and not getting into loaning service.

Well up to a person if it's still going to make a loan.

There are loans that can be sorted out to different people if you like to do so e.g "I know you for a long time" , "I know you can pay" or something like that. If that's is the case then a person can give outs loan.

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June 13, 2016, 02:39:19 AM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

And yeah, if you already had 800 btc you don't have to lend it to the people because it is very risky even you have a lot of it, 1 btc is only nothing for you. But if you are that conscious with your money. Better to hold it, just like the bitcoin millionaires do, they are just holding it and not getting into loaning service.

Well up to a person if it's still going to make a loan.

There are loans that can be sorted out to different people if you like to do so e.g "I know you for a long time" , "I know you can pay" or something like that. If that's is the case then a person can give outs loan.

Well you are right, he can consider that kind of thoughts, and 800 btc is really a  big amount for starting a loaning service, he doesn't even need an accountant in able to manage the loans of his borrower.



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June 13, 2016, 02:55:18 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.

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June 13, 2016, 03:27:08 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.

Yes, that's one of the consequences why loaning today is very risky, lender will give you the amount you need but that time would be the lower value of bitcoin.
And if you are going to pay it , it will going to be on a higher price.



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June 13, 2016, 04:01:48 AM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

And yeah, if you already had 800 btc you don't have to lend it to the people because it is very risky even you have a lot of it, 1 btc is only nothing for you. But if you are that conscious with your money. Better to hold it, just like the bitcoin millionaires do, they are just holding it and not getting into loaning service.
Why if you had 800 btc you can change it into fiat money and build a loan company in bitcoin and fiat money. a lending company always can give a big profit.
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June 13, 2016, 05:40:00 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.

Thats the sad reality of lending. Its happening now,Its $684.00 now in preeve and it seems it will continue to rise as we approach halving period. Lenders are happy now, hope they are compassionate to those having a higher loan, who are grappling to pay.

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June 13, 2016, 06:31:18 AM
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Loan is a very risky thing. It can be good only if u take it to buy a house or flat for yourself. In other cases u only feed banks with your money u start to work on banks.

   
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June 13, 2016, 07:30:30 AM
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of course it is very risky.
at first they wanted to borrow money or bitcoin we have to face that really should be loaned out, and when they have money, they probably will not return and instead use it for other purposes. beware lending
Loans can be very risky but only for the people that cannot pay it back, if you you that you are able to pay it back that you have no worries. If you think that you are not able to pay it back then you should not take a loan.
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June 13, 2016, 08:20:30 AM
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Banks will be encouraged to lend more to their weakest borrowers and take on excessive risks if global regulators push ahead with a rule change aimed at making it harder to cheat on safety measures, a leading industry group has warned.
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June 13, 2016, 09:18:08 AM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

Yeah, loaning is definitely way too risky for you right now since you have 800 BTC. I suggest you split those funds into 50 BTC and 750 BTC. The 50 BTC you can do whatever you want with it, invest in whatever. That 750 BTC you hold in BTC for the long term.

I suggest you use a cold storage wallet instead of coinbase vault as well.

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June 13, 2016, 09:21:27 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.

Thats the sad reality of lending. Its happening now,Its $684.00 now in preeve and it seems it will continue to rise as we approach halving period. Lenders are happy now, hope they are compassionate to those having a higher loan, who are grappling to pay.
Yeah, everytime you lend, there's a risk the user will scam you and that might cost you not to profit.
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June 13, 2016, 09:28:16 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.

Thats the sad reality of lending. Its happening now,Its $684.00 now in preeve and it seems it will continue to rise as we approach halving period. Lenders are happy now, hope they are compassionate to those having a higher loan, who are grappling to pay.
Yeah, everytime you lend, there's a risk the user will scam you and that might cost you not to profit.

And it is going to happen more and more these coming days. Seeing a lot of money in it makes the devil go in to grab some cash instantly non taxable from other bitcoin user.  Cry
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June 13, 2016, 09:32:42 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.

Thats the sad reality of lending. Its happening now,Its $684.00 now in preeve and it seems it will continue to rise as we approach halving period. Lenders are happy now, hope they are compassionate to those having a higher loan, who are grappling to pay.
Yeah, everytime you lend, there's a risk the user will scam you and that might cost you not to profit.

I agree because lender take more the risk and very high chance for them to lose money because some other user here even they are high ranks are defaulted to their loans, and also even if they had collaterals a chance for them also to lose their money,

Thats why i dont really want people loan to me since i dont know them personally even if they give me a collateral.


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June 13, 2016, 01:05:33 PM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

And yeah, if you already had 800 btc you don't have to lend it to the people because it is very risky even you have a lot of it, 1 btc is only nothing for you. But if you are that conscious with your money. Better to hold it, just like the bitcoin millionaires do, they are just holding it and not getting into loaning service.
I think if you have a large capital I would not just hold it. certainly I will take that much bitcoin, as capital to make an effort. 800 BTC is a very large bitcoin. I can use it to create a gambling site or exchange sites. You do not need to give loans to others for a profit. this is risk dude ?


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June 15, 2016, 05:47:31 PM
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Banks will be encouraged to lend more to their weakest borrowers and take on excessive risks if global regulators push ahead with a rule change aimed at making it harder to cheat on safety measures, a leading industry group has warned.
Yes of course. Start giving loan can be a pain in your ass in this moment as the holding of your bitcoins can be more profitable than start lending or investing in any other services when considering the risks involved with them IMHO.

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June 15, 2016, 10:33:28 PM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.
yeah like that you know that if you have a lot of capital then you can do any business in bitcoin. including borrowing or trade. it depends on you. both are equally at risk. both can grow bitcoinmu. it depends on you want to choose which ?


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June 16, 2016, 12:23:26 AM
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This past 5 days is a perfect example of not taking a loan nowadays.
If you took a 1 BTC loan last Friday at conversion rate of $578 for 1 BTC, you'll be paying that today at $681 for 1 BTC plus the agreed interest rate for example is 15%. Lenders are now afraid if those who borrowed might not pay up because of the current conversion rate of BTC to a dollar.
Haha yeah that puts risk on the person loaning the money and especially on the person taking the loan. Having to pay that much more if they weren't expecting their profit or w/e in Bitcoin they have a huge chance to default.
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June 16, 2016, 12:33:18 AM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

And yeah, if you already had 800 btc you don't have to lend it to the people because it is very risky even you have a lot of it, 1 btc is only nothing for you. But if you are that conscious with your money. Better to hold it, just like the bitcoin millionaires do, they are just holding it and not getting into loaning service.

Well up to a person if it's still going to make a loan.

There are loans that can be sorted out to different people if you like to do so e.g "I know you for a long time" , "I know you can pay" or something like that. If that's is the case then a person can give outs loan.

I would prefer to loan that way also. Like friends here who have been there for you. No risk in giving them loan and so what if they run I also benefit from their help and more.
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June 16, 2016, 01:14:53 AM
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If you already had 800 BTC, I suggest you stay out of this loaning thing cause you can lose it. I suggest that you do some trading, get 1 BTC out of it, buy altcoins, then sell when it gets high just do some research first before buying.

And yeah, if you already had 800 btc you don't have to lend it to the people because it is very risky even you have a lot of it, 1 btc is only nothing for you. But if you are that conscious with your money. Better to hold it, just like the bitcoin millionaires do, they are just holding it and not getting into loaning service.

Well up to a person if it's still going to make a loan.

There are loans that can be sorted out to different people if you like to do so e.g "I know you for a long time" , "I know you can pay" or something like that. If that's is the case then a person can give outs loan.

I would prefer to loan that way also. Like friends here who have been there for you. No risk in giving them loan and so what if they run I also benefit from their help and more.


Well that's a better way of lending your money to your friends. As long as you know the people that borrows your money then you have assurance on how you are going to collect the money they borrowed.

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June 16, 2016, 01:19:31 AM
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I know that people give out loans but what's up with people no returning what they borrowed?? I want to know this because I might give out loans myself and I want to know what to watch out for... I have ~800 BTC at the moment and would it be a bad idea to start loaning? I bought my BTC back in 2010 mid August January(when it was about $0.07 per BTC) and I noticed the price went up a ton! Also what would be some other way to grow my BTC? Any ideas on what I should do?

Something I should have added my friend was doing something you guys call "mining" I am very knew to the bitcoin world even though I have had them for a long time. I bought these bitcoin from him because he needed to sell them, my financial advisor has told me that the longer I wait the more return I would get so I told him hold the account for 5 years and ill see where I am... So last July I had gotten my account back, did a bunch of research then found you guys. So I came here to post a few posts and for everyone skeptical this is the proof https://gyazo.com/ee99cef712e9b72f03a3e8e870c33624

Bitcoin Loans are too risky, there are too many scammers online and you may be a victim. At this moment what you need to do is either to hoard your bitcoins and wait until price increase tremendously or invest in mining like hashocean and genesis mining. hope this helps.


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