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June 29, 2016, 08:31:10 AM
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Buy now sell later,maybe store them for 2 years..or sell them if the bitcoin price fits with you.
Its too hard to predict where will bitcoin could go. But its up to you.. trust your instincts.
If you will storing your bitcoin in long term. It is better to store it 10 years maybe. Im sure you will gain so much more profit than 2 years.If short term its better to monitor the bitcoin and if you are satisfied with the price you can sell it.

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June 29, 2016, 08:33:29 AM
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Buy now sell later,maybe store them for 2 years..or sell them if the bitcoin price fits with you.
Its too hard to predict where will bitcoin could go. But its up to you.. trust your instincts.
If you will storing your bitcoin in long term. It is better to store it 10 years maybe. Im sure you will gain so much more profit than 2 years.If short term its better to monitor the bitcoin and if you are satisfied with the price you can sell it.

If you have a plan to hold it for at least next 5 years then I think this is the right price to buy bitcoins, as price will be really higher in future and you expect best profits from it.
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June 29, 2016, 08:34:38 AM
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Buy now sell later,maybe store them for 2 years..or sell them if the bitcoin price fits with you.
Its too hard to predict where will bitcoin could go. But its up to you.. trust your instincts.
If you will storing your bitcoin in long term. It is better to store it 10 years maybe. Im sure you will gain so much more profit than 2 years.If short term its better to monitor the bitcoin and if you are satisfied with the price you can sell it.

This is a good step, but it also depends on your needs. because everyone has different needs, this is the same as investments. But this investment can certainly provide a great stroke of luck for the future of the bitcoin is very good. so if you want to do it this way then think about saving your money, is it enough to meet your needs or not
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June 29, 2016, 08:35:05 AM
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Yes it ok to buy bitcoins now even the price is quite high than the past months. Its never too late. if you buy now you will gain some profits when halving strikes. But it is not quite high than you buy from month february
If you want to buy and have the money to do so you can buy the choice is up to you to make. I am not going to bu right now because I want to see what the price is going to be like after the halving.
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June 29, 2016, 08:45:19 AM
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lol, I vote AGD as moderator of the year!  Cheesy

Everyone who has replied to this thread so far deserves to get banned

i hate it when people do this.
shit talk about anybody who is in signature campaigns while topics like this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1527225.0 are on the first page of the first board and nobody lifts a finger and it is clearly full of FUD, trolling, misleading and even hrmful and this is only one of many...

oh, and i should add that trolling is against the forums rules

You should not hate these guys, because there are legitimate reasons for their concerns. We cannot look past the fact that we do have a problem with Sig spammers not contributing constructively to this forum. I am a signature member too, and I can see it too. < Just look at most of these replies to this thread, and you will spot them easily>

The mods should make more of these Honey trap threads to force people to actually read before they post. If they simply posted shit to feed their signature post count, they should be banned for a day or two to teach them not to do that. We have a problem, and this might just solve that.

I just want to add, that we should guard against generalization and punishing members who signed up to these signature campaigns for the right reasons. You have the simple choice < Post constructively and get paid for your time or still post on this forum and do not opt to get paid >

We should not ignore a problem, and we should also not ignore people who post constructively, because we hate people who misuse these signature campaigns.  

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June 29, 2016, 09:14:13 AM
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I wouldnt buy at this level. 

I just feel like we will have a natural pull back. Which
we have but if we get in the 500s I think im gonna start slowly
buying.

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June 29, 2016, 09:45:41 AM
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Yes it ok to buy bitcoins now even the price is quite high than the past months. Its never too late. if you buy now you will gain some profits when halving strikes. But it is not quite high than you buy from month february
If you want to buy and have the money to do so you can buy the choice is up to you to make. I am not going to bu right now because I want to see what the price is going to be like after the halving.
right the price will rise after halving but we cant predict the exact level, so its according to individual wish whether to buy or not. my side i am not buying any coins now, waiting for halving.

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June 29, 2016, 10:11:58 AM
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Hey, I am about to get some money and I have already bought Bitcoins at a low price some years ago and I am pretty much not interested in buying right now, but I thought it would be a good idea to open up a honeypot for dem sig spammers, that I can put on my ignore list. Most will not even read until the end, so it does probably not matter if I actually put some content in it or not. I guess I can simply throw some interesting words like "Blockchain", just to pimp it up a little. First I thought I could open up some more topics with the question about what I can do with 1.6 or 2.7 Bitcoins, but I couldn't decide what number to use. I think I should end this one with some interesting stuff, like:
Is Bitcoin really going to die or do we have still time to buy?

Thank you for your time.




Actually what you're doing is much worse than spamming, you're posing as a genuine poster looking for advice when in fact you're just scheming from atop your high horse.
The question you ask in the heading is clear and self-contained, it's only natural that you'll have people answer it directly without reading the op. But I suppose that that doesn't even matter since your question/thread is fake. At least you'll get your fix of self-righteousness from it.
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June 29, 2016, 01:39:02 PM
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lol, I vote AGD as moderator of the year!  Cheesy

Everyone who has replied to this thread so far deserves to get banned

I would narrow the candidates to the ones with a sig ad ...

Oh, thanks for the vote.

My ignore list here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1652334.0 +++ GPG Public key FFBD756C24B54962E6A772EA1C680D74DB714D40 +++ http://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x1C680D74DB714D40
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June 29, 2016, 01:41:19 PM
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Hey, I am about to get some money and I have already bought Bitcoins at a low price some years ago and I am pretty much not interested in buying right now, but I thought it would be a good idea to open up a honeypot for dem sig spammers, that I can put on my ignore list. Most will not even read until the end, so it does probably not matter if I actually put some content in it or not. I guess I can simply throw some interesting words like "Blockchain", just to pimp it up a little. First I thought I could open up some more topics with the question about what I can do with 1.6 or 2.7 Bitcoins, but I couldn't decide what number to use. I think I should end this one with some interesting stuff, like:
Is Bitcoin really going to die or do we have still time to buy?

Thank you for your time.




Actually what you're doing is much worse than spamming, you're posing as a genuine poster looking for advice when in fact you're just scheming from atop your high horse.
The question you ask in the heading is clear and self-contained, it's only natural that you'll have people answer it directly without reading the op. But I suppose that that doesn't even matter since your question/thread is fake. At least you'll get your fix of self-righteousness from it.

you've nailed it dude Bean, most of the people here is not only after for sig campaign, it is a big pleasure to help at least by giving inputs on what others may suggest at the same time giving a little reward for sig camps, it is so disappointing that these type of people exist

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June 29, 2016, 01:43:17 PM
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I wouldnt buy at this level. 

I just feel like we will have a natural pull back. Which
we have but if we get in the 500s I think im gonna start slowly
buying.
why not buy at this level, i think the price has a lot of potential to grow at the moment because of the bitcoin block reward halving that will happen in around 10 days or something like that

i think it is a good time to buy your bitcoins right now because the price is most probably going to jump up a lot, at least im buying right now, i think ill make money out of it

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June 29, 2016, 02:00:33 PM
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I wouldnt buy at this level. 

I just feel like we will have a natural pull back. Which
we have but if we get in the 500s I think im gonna start slowly
buying.
why not buy at this level, i think the price has a lot of potential to grow at the moment because of the bitcoin block reward halving that will happen in around 10 days or something like that

i think it is a good time to buy your bitcoins right now because the price is most probably going to jump up a lot, at least im buying right now, i think ill make money out of it

For the long term it don't seem to be a problem to buy now. Even though the price is higher then a few months ago. But if you want to earn on the short term, It would be better to wait a bit.
I believe after the halving the price will go down because people don't expect it to go up anymore.

Which is just what my perspection is.
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June 29, 2016, 03:35:37 PM
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I agree with P52 but did think you should have been excluded. I was actually going to reply to you with something similar until I saw his reply.


Everyone who has replied to this thread so far deserves to get banned

What are you talking about?
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June 29, 2016, 03:36:19 PM
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The price is not high if you think about what the price will be in year, let alone in 10 years. Just buy and hold at whatever price Bitcoin is.


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June 29, 2016, 03:45:28 PM
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The price is not high if you think about what the price will be in year, let alone in 10 years. Just buy and hold at whatever price Bitcoin is.

Yeah at a moment price is still good to make some investments in it as it will not be same in coming years and that time it will be really difficult to buy bitcoins.
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June 29, 2016, 04:51:42 PM
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i think the price is not yet so high. you can buy bitcoin at the present price. i think it is a good opportunity to buy bitcoin in the present time. the price of bitcoin are down because of the news about altcoin. so it is a temporary down fall and the rate can rise any time so you should buy bitcoin in present tie. it is also expected that the price can easily cross 1000 USD limit in next few days.
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June 29, 2016, 05:02:05 PM
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Nice trap.  Cheesy
Have them all kick from their respective signature campaigns.
Lets see if this will fly.  Wink
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June 29, 2016, 05:06:34 PM
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If you intended to be in bitcoin and forget for sometime in case if markets go down then certainly you can buy some and keep it. But yes as halving is nearing it may be more volatile and to get stable may take time. It could go anywhere up or down price.
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June 29, 2016, 05:15:43 PM
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You can buy bitcoin any time you want ,but my suggestion is not this time  there a chance it will fall after halving .try to earn bitcoin free .
yes try to earn bitcoins for free is the best way while waiting for the right time to buy when the price crash because something issues.

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June 29, 2016, 05:21:17 PM
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Nice trap.  Cheesy
Have them all kick from their respective signature campaigns.
Lets see if this will fly.  Wink

How will that solve anything? These signature campaigns are backed by legitimate companies who funded these campaigns to advertise on a forum specifically oriented at their target market. They help

to increase adoption and also to place bitcoins in people's hands, who would ordinarily not have the means to buy it. Every person getting bitcoins from these signature campaigns, helps to build the

network {community} bigger. It's like one giant faucet system, with the only difference being that the work to be done for these campaigns are a lot more labor intensive than solving a few Capthas and

getting a few Satoshi's for the effort. Kudos for OP exposing the sig spammers, but bare in mind... what they are contributing to the whole Bitcoin ecosystem.  Wink

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