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September 04, 2017, 01:59:36 PM
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to be good at investing in cryptocurrency? Is it cold calculation? Or is it luck? Which projects become successful and which don't? How lucky are you as a crypto-investor? This test is prepared for you to find out. Dig in!  Grin Grin

This entertaining test will show you how much money you would earn if you invested in some of these selected projects. Filled with fun facts, it's educational too! Learn, try your luck, and become a successful crypto-investor!

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Share your results with us in the comments! User with the highest amount earned from investment will be granted with real B1 tokensl  Wink
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very lucky earned $30k in ups and downs 2 times on 1 coin and apart from having my investments still they increased also  Grin
been investor since 2 years

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There are thousands of online currencies out there—1338, according to the website Coinmarketcap.com. Digital currencies will provide a safe haven for assets and a place for private banking without any third party or government involvement and Bitcoin is the first to be introduced. Bitcoin is a digital currency that is currently being exchanged online for the past several years.  Bitcoin is now an accepted payment type for several large online retailers such as Overstock.com, Amazon, and Expedia, as well as a handful of brick and mortar establishments such as Tesla and Target. The more companies accepting the digital currencies the more establish investors I see myself cause I found it safe.
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