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October 29, 2017, 12:00:09 PM
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Well i will share my investment regret whereby i took debt to invest in bitcoin scheme and it turned out to be ponzi one and i still had to pay
the debt.  Sad
I suggest you to pay what ever debt you have before you put your money into bitcoin, you can have it all, the profits you can gain and no more problems if you pay first right? And who knows bitcoin will grow more so you can get large profit with out thinking those debt.


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November 02, 2017, 03:42:41 AM
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So like most of us I wish I had had the time to notice bitcoin in its infant stages, I had the technical expertise and IT knowledge to mine when it came out but never knew it existed.

I wish while I did know about it that I had put the $3-600 down to buy one coin even last year. rather than slowly piecing together 1 coin right now.

is anyone in the same boat?

I totally understand where are you coming from. It is not too late for us. One upcoming coin caught my eye and their business plan is promising. Check Propthereum.io, they are an asset backed coin and are expecting great coin appreciation in a short period of time.  Proceeds from their ICO will be used to buy A-grade property worldwide which will generate rental income.
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November 20, 2017, 12:32:02 PM
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If I only knew that Bitcoin already exist back 2009 and knew that it will be like this today (that it benefits people in many ways), then I should have started joining years ago. But what really made me so regretful is that I just ignored my friends when I heard that they were talking about bitcoin a year ago. Hopefully, I'm already earning a lot of bitcoin now and currently involve in some investment. However, I'm glad that now I am one of those bitcoin users and looking forward that I will be able to do investment in the next few months.
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November 20, 2017, 12:33:59 PM
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My biggest regret is investing a less amount than I had decided to invest. It could have been much more profitable If I had invested the amount in my head some years ago.
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November 20, 2017, 12:36:35 PM
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Hello. heard about bitcoin 3 years ago. started looking in to it, was blow away by the idea and technique. Decided to invest. Then forgot all about it because i stopped working and started studying again. Studying is good

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November 20, 2017, 12:37:45 PM
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Definitely many regrets! Back in 2012 I met a guy who was really into BTC - just passionate about the tech and it's possibilities. He told me a few times I should buy and get involved, but the idea sounded so foreign to me that I ignored him and wrote off the whole thing. About 2.5 years later I bought my first coin and paid significantly more than if I would have just listened to the crazy tech guy  Cry ....
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November 20, 2017, 01:09:55 PM
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My biggest regret is investing a less amount than I had decided to invest. It could have been much more profitable If I had invested the amount in my head some years ago.
haha. Me too i have regrets on investing through bitcoin .like what happened before when i decide to invest a large amount then suddenly bitcoin fall deep. Lol but as of now no more regrets for me cause bitcoin keep climbing and the investment site is trustworthy such as classified investment site . So for now i am confident and no regrets .
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November 20, 2017, 01:15:23 PM
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i too have sold and bought things with bitcoin when it was cheaper.. but at the time even that was pure profit.. so no regrets..
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November 20, 2017, 01:28:02 PM
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Everyone here does dude.Once you have read the different story about bitcoin missuse,it will probably make you feel some regret about not buying it some few years ago.If I have bought even 5 bitcoin in 2012 Im pretty sure that I will have some money now.
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November 20, 2017, 01:55:22 PM
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I regretted not knowing the bitcoin earlier. If I knew bitcoin earlier, when it's price was low, I invested in it and now I could have had a house. I believe that if I try, I will get a lot of money from bitcoin.

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November 21, 2017, 05:11:58 AM
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You should not invest more than the amount that would financially hurt you if you lost all of it. Although bitcoin is going strong for the moment, since this cryptocurrency thing is happening for the first time ever, no one knows how things will eventually pan out. So always invest with caution.

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November 21, 2017, 05:28:31 AM
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My biggest regret is that I had the money this time last year to buy 1btc but I foolishly invested in a Ponzi scheme platform that ricked me now.

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November 21, 2017, 05:59:21 AM
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My biggest regret is that I had the money this time last year to buy 1btc but I foolishly invested in a Ponzi scheme platform that ricked me now.
When bitcoin isn't in your wallet it you don't have any control of it, so invest bitcoin is so risky. Trading in famous exchange is better than only send your bitcoin to invesment site and wait.

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November 21, 2017, 06:08:43 AM
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regret investment is at the time of investment in ICO and also use bitcoin but ICO is not very good the price is also very low. it is very unfavorable to investors and will be detrimental.

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November 21, 2017, 06:21:04 AM
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So like most of us I wish I had had the time to notice bitcoin in its infant stages, I had the technical expertise and IT knowledge to mine when it came out but never knew it existed.

I wish while I did know about it that I had put the $3-600 down to buy one coin even last year. rather than slowly piecing together 1 coin right now.

is anyone in the same boat?

Yup same boat here. Your money would've double by now if you invested on buying 1 BTC. If I only knew bitcoins early on and bought a ton load of bitcoins I would've been a bitcoin millionaire and I would've been investing in ICOs.

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November 21, 2017, 06:33:08 AM
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Obviously. The timing of investment is more important than skill, and when you choose a good time to join, maybe more than those professionals earn. My own investment experience is that when you think this project has a future, then buy, buy immediately.
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November 21, 2017, 06:36:27 AM
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So like most of us I wish I had had the time to notice bitcoin in its infant stages, I had the technical expertise and IT knowledge to mine when it came out but never knew it existed.

I wish while I did know about it that I had put the $3-600 down to buy one coin even last year. rather than slowly piecing together 1 coin right now.

is anyone in the same boat?
yeah 3 yrs ago a friend of mine ask me to try investing in crypto and i just laugh at him and say DONT BE A FOOL INVESTING ON THAT ONLINE SCAM..then we got separated for some reason and after almost 2 years we meet again and he is a very successful man.and i ask how did you get that much for such a short time,and he told me 'mit was the online scam that i asked you to join'' from there i started investing here and now on my eay for success too

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November 21, 2017, 06:51:46 AM
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The obvious one, not buying bitcoin when it was dirt cheap. Then buy at $100, and offloading them at $450, thinking I had scored a fantastic deal. Hindsight is wonderful, isn't it. Oh! How I wish, it does not work like that. Not even the longest term holders dreamt it will be like this.

That was my biggest regret to, turning down and disregarding bitcoin opportunities in those early times. Even when it was introduced it again to me by my friend I didn't move asap because I was still skeptical about different things about it but as I go deeper the more I realized that I just wasted such golden opportunity.

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November 21, 2017, 07:01:57 AM
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So like most of us I wish I had had the time to notice bitcoin in its infant stages, I had the technical expertise and IT knowledge to mine when it came out but never knew it existed.

I wish while I did know about it that I had put the $3-600 down to buy one coin even last year. rather than slowly piecing together 1 coin right now.

is anyone in the same boat?

Yup same boat here. Your money would've double by now if you invested on buying 1 BTC. If I only knew bitcoins early on and bought a ton load of bitcoins I would've been a bitcoin millionaire and I would've been investing in ICOs.

Regrets here in crypto world is just around of the corner and we're all victims of not believing bitcoin before and there just few people who trust bitcoin early and sitting now in their huge profit. The price before isn't attractive and no one can really forsee its future but still I found myself fortunate by knowing bitcoin by this far as bitcoin is in the early stage of adoption and I think we're just less than 5% of the world population who just know crypto currency, isn't that we're lucky? So now I'm using its full extent of crypto currency.

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November 21, 2017, 07:17:06 AM
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regrets with having not invested before is better than investing into something and then loses all of your investment.
and this experience mustn't be treated as pure regrets..
but instead it will be better for us to use this as a tool for us to become a better person.
everyone must experience this kind of situation in their life so that they can be well equipped for future challenges.
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