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August 14, 2017, 10:13:52 PM
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So BTC continues to surge with no signs of stopping . . . although I can't see this being sustained for too much longer and think there'll eventually be a pull back / retrace.

Rather than sell my profits back into Fiat are there any Alts that are less pegged to BTC, and won't follow the potential dip?

I noticed prior to the BTC fork that Litecoin tended to increase as Bitcoin decreased so I'm thinking about selling some BTC into LTC if/when there is a pull back.

What are your thoughts on any other coins that may not follow the trend?

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Transfer to Tether(USDT), Tether is made to be stable at $1 and it is.

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