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March 04, 2017, 09:47:28 AM
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No doubt, buy bitcoin as its price is steadily rising.Your investment will be secure when compared to Ethereum.You could see Bitcoin performance is good in the last 6 months.Its price has reached from $650 to $1281.
Don't forget that past performance does not guarantee future results...
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March 04, 2017, 10:10:31 AM
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I am in dilemma. Should buy ETH and hold it or buy bitcoin and hold it.Which one do you thing going to give best and high return in next one year?
No doubt, buy bitcoin as its price is steadily rising.Your investment will be secure when compared to Ethereum.You could see Bitcoin performance is good in the last 6 months.Its price has reached from $650 to $1281.

Your claim has no basis.. how can you say about cryptos a claim like "no doubt"?

Each crypto has it's own advantages and disadvantages.
I don't see BTC as the future platform for blockchain based startups and applications, but Ethereum absolutely is - read more about Enterprise Ethereum...
BTC is slow as f*ck and too expansive for small amounts, an average transaction can take more than 3 hours for 3 confirmations even with a fee of 200 satoshis per Byte, and will cost you about USD1.
While in Ethereum it will take 2 minutes for 10 confirmations and will cost you 10 cents.

I don't see any technical / revolutionary advantage for BTC until Segwit will be accepted, the only reason it is the top coin right now is because it was the fist crypto ever, with a huge market cap.
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March 04, 2017, 11:02:21 AM
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I am in dilemma. Should buy ETH and hold it or buy bitcoin and hold it.Which one do you thing going to give best and high return in next one year?
Bitcoin without any doubt. Kim Dotcom just made a prediction of more than 6000 USD/BTC by 2020.

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March 04, 2017, 11:56:22 AM
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if we see the current price from both of them obviously bitcoin is very much better but if your mean which coin would have high return in one year i think this is difficult because anything could be happen in the next one year but i suggest to you split your money by buying them because if the price one of them dropped then possible the other one may recover your losses
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May 31, 2017, 06:39:07 AM
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ok, so the right answer was ETH? Tongue

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