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March 27, 2013, 11:10:11 AM
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I panic-sold a few dozen coins right after the blockchain fork, around $32 USD I think, right at the bottom of the dip.

Wait, what, BTC blockchain got forked, as this is bad ain't it? I've been out of the complete loop since december.

http://bitcoin.org/chainfork.html

It was a huge deal, but the dev team solved it quickly and it ended up increasing overall confidence in Bitcoin.
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March 27, 2013, 02:35:53 PM
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I panic-sold a few dozen coins right after the blockchain fork, around $32 USD I think, right at the bottom of the dip.

Wait, what, BTC blockchain got forked, as this is bad ain't it? I've been out of the complete loop since december.

http://bitcoin.org/chainfork.html

It was a huge deal, but the dev team solved it quickly and it ended up increasing overall confidence in Bitcoin.

Oh, wow, just recently too. Fantastic, one thing I learned, find a flaw, whether it be a single one person creating a fork, and patch it asap. People should thank this person for finding this flaw. It also not only created more confidence, it made BTC stronger than previously. Recall BTCExpress & litecoin fiasco?

Thank you, for the link BL.
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March 27, 2013, 03:46:50 PM
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Dumped around 1400 ~$4-5 about 18 months ago...

Hard to not think about the what ifs...  could be debt free, house paid for, car paid for...
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March 27, 2013, 03:53:09 PM
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Dumped around 1400 ~$4-5 about 18 months ago...

Hard to not think about the what ifs...  could be debt free, house paid for, car paid for...

Omg.
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March 27, 2013, 07:40:16 PM
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Had about 27 coins sitting forever from mining. Sold when it got the highest previous post I has seen before, $17.

Bought 55 BTC at 47.50 and around $52, sold at $61.50 at that little dip. Got scared. Lesson Learned.
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March 27, 2013, 08:02:24 PM
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Fundamental fact: Market cannot be predicted, don't get hung up on a target price, instead think in ratios and percents.

Do not trade based on what you think will happen but what is actually happening. If price goes up 10% sell 5%. If price drops  even in a mini crash, do nothing!! When it stops falling, buy. If it drops more buy a little, if it drops even more, buy more.

If you are spooked keep half value in fiat and half in BTC, you will more often be wrong than right with your hunch so not selling all, will make you a lot of money.





 
 
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