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June 08, 2017, 08:19:22 AM
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Yeah well said, it is already out of reach for common man, supply doesnt meats the demand , as of now the sellers are not willing to sell it cheaper and
buyers are not willing to buy at this  price   

Are you suggesting that we should increase the amount of bitcoins because supply doesn't meet demand? If yes that's the stupidest thing i've heard. Bitcoin is designed to prevent that from happening in the first place.

And your second argument is just completely false. Look at how much volume bitcoin trading has generated. I see no reason why anyone should say that sellers are not willing to sell it cheaper and buyers are not willing to buy at the price.

The price of bitcoin doesn't matter. It does not influence one's decision on whether they should try bitcoin out in my opniion. People can still get fractions of a bitcoin.














 

 

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June 08, 2017, 06:24:46 PM
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You don't have to buy a whole Bitcoin. Anyone at all can buy a fraction more and more easily

yes you are right common man does not need to buy a whole bitcoin as it is true that bitcoin is out of the reach of common man because of the high price of bitcoin but i think the common man need to earn bitcoin and then save it, so if he constantly saving bitcoin then he will be able to have a bitcoin and also bitcoin will not be out of reach of common man.

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June 08, 2017, 06:31:03 PM
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You don't have to buy a whole Bitcoin. Anyone at all can buy a fraction more and more easily

yes you are right common man does not need to buy a whole bitcoin as it is true that bitcoin is out of the reach of common man because of the high price of bitcoin but i think the common man need to earn bitcoin and then save it, so if he constantly saving bitcoin then he will be able to have a bitcoin and also bitcoin will not be out of reach of common man.

Yes if they think that current price is not a wise way for them to deal to acquired bitcoin then try to earned it instead. There are lots of various methods in order to have bitcoin on our wallet. It just needs research, study and eagerness to reached the goal of having a piece of this cryptocurrency. Try to explore things on the internet, it does have all.

There are newbies out there who owns a fraction of bitcoin even without buying it so for a common person, it's possible to have one. If they can then why other people can't?

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June 08, 2017, 08:58:11 PM
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People that are interested in bitcoin will still be interested in it. Whether they are want to earn it, mine it, buy it... It is harder now that price is so high for us common men to buy bitcoin, but earning is practically on same level.  I am sure that we find both reason and interest to be a part of bitcoin and bitcoin to be a part of us.

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