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April 14, 2018, 12:33:35 PM
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the worst decision about bitcoin I ever made happened at the end of 2017 ago, I was too quick to sell the bitcoin I had because I needed the money but after I sold it, the bitcoin price had gone up so high and I did not have the bitcoin I would sell again because I already sold it
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April 14, 2018, 05:12:15 PM
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My worst decision that i ever made is all the bitcoins that i save, lost because i have been scam by a stranger that i met in trading. By that very moment i learned that i should be more careful to people that i never knew very much because nowadays it's hard to give your trust to a stranger
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April 14, 2018, 05:22:22 PM
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This one is a no brainer. Paid roughly 3500 bitcoins for a mini rig. At the time btc was approx 8 bucks a piece. Had I held on to them, I would have become a millionaire a few times over. Had BFL shipped on time, it would been a good bet, but It was bad timing. I also should have invested into friedcats deal. I came really close, but didnt..  It seems like every investment turned out bust. the ones I turned out were the ones i should have invested in.. So, I totally believe in buying and holding.
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April 14, 2018, 06:00:58 PM
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I think the worst decision i've ever made in bitcoin is I didn't buy bitcoin when it was below $300 in early of 2015 because I instead bought a pc game. And If I'm start to thinking about that and comparing with the current price, that will make me regret.

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April 14, 2018, 06:49:54 PM
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My worst decision that I made with my bitcoins was selling them at $215 usd many years before, I needed the money and I had no other choice to get some money and decided to sell them, it was a bad decision but it worth-ed to me a lot at that time.
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April 14, 2018, 06:53:59 PM
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I sold most of the bitcoin I got from mining as soon as I got it. I got multiple coins a day and some them for between 5-10$ each.

I saved 80 coins and basically forgot about them. I kept the wallet password on my desktop like a moron and my ex wife deleted it when she decided to tidy up the computer. I read a story that bitcoin was up to like 10k and remembered I had those coins. I was fucking elated...until I tried to locate the wallet passcode. The data had been overwritten too many times to recover on my own and a 3rd party company was unable to recover it.

It keeps me up some nights. I wish I would have kept physical and digital backups. I just didn't expect bitcoin to be worth thousands.
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April 14, 2018, 07:06:34 PM
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My worst bitcoin decision was when I entered into here in this forum and then the rate of  btc was as low as some of the altcoins today. It was then I did not trust the concept of bitcoin and considered it all as a fake. i had an opinion that bitcoin had no backing and if any loss happens to us in the crypto market there is no prospect or scope for recovery. So never did i trust on the concept of the bitcoin. At that time I  had ample funds and i wasted all my funds into stock market. that was the worst decision of my life and i regret that decision until now.
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