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November 02, 2017, 06:15:00 AM
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I don't have much regret about bitcoin even if I converted everything I earn not realizing holding it for a long term period can give much higher returns it is because bitcoin is considered to be my additional source of income and whatever I earned from here is something I'm always thankful about. There's no point in regret and blaming oneself for not investing in bitcoin because we can always start now and make sure to have a higher return on bitcoin.

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November 02, 2017, 06:24:13 AM
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My recent regret is of converting my Bitcoin holdings to altcoins in September end and now incurring a huge loss in altcoins with bitcoin rallying up with high speed. Now I am of the feel I shouldn't have done that and would have escaped the 50% loss of my portfolio's BTC value. This price surge is expected till February next year because of series of events and positive news in bitcoin market. I won't touch altcoins for a while now.

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November 02, 2017, 06:27:25 AM
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Is not to start it early because some of my friends have higher ranks now and they already get higher salary which I did not have for my rank now but I never lose hope because I know I will get that someday when I am focus here in bitcoin.

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November 02, 2017, 06:29:15 AM
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One of the biggest regrets that I will ever have is that I had the opportunity to buy bitcoin back in 2012 when one of my buddies got them for around 25 usd a piece. I was naive and just used that money to buy a beer. I just wish I had bought a couple beers less and invested in bitcoin, then Si could be enjoying an infinite beer pipe connection to my home straight out of the brewery!! Hahaha! But alas! Life has other plans like being poor for me  Undecided

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November 02, 2017, 06:32:35 AM
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my regret is when Bitcoin at Market price is still low .. we are still afraid to invest in digital currency .. and in september Bitcoin start to explode in market price that keep jumping .. so sorry begins ..
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November 02, 2017, 06:45:31 AM
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My biggest regret is that I ignored it for too long. When I decided to buy it, I bought just a couple but then I sold them without making almost any profit, even tho it was more than a year after I bought. I think I never stop to properly understand the fundamentals.

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November 02, 2017, 06:48:32 AM
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I'll start off with some of my biggest regrets, and the one which I am most upset about is selling my Bitcoin early. I was one of the people who were able to get into Bitcoin around the price of $400-600, and at that time I even owned a couple of Bitcoins. I saw some profits and I sold off all of my Bitcoin, I was too scared to expose myself to the risk of being involved in Bitcoin and I got out. I would've loved to have a couple thousand dollars laying around, but that's me.

Also, gambling. I gambled a good amount with the bitcoins that I had at the $400-600 mark, if I would have that back now it'd be worth a fortune.

Anyone here have any regrets?
my biggest regret is when i sell it in low price

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November 02, 2017, 06:56:19 AM
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I regret that I did not get it early enough to earn a bitcoin and invest it, but now I still have a lot of time for this bitcoin forum making it so fun for me and the same time i earn.

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November 02, 2017, 06:56:29 AM
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I'll start off with some of my biggest regrets, and the one which I am most upset about is selling my Bitcoin early. I was one of the people who were able to get into Bitcoin around the price of $400-600, and at that time I even owned a couple of Bitcoins. I saw some profits and I sold off all of my Bitcoin, I was too scared to expose myself to the risk of being involved in Bitcoin and I got out. I would've loved to have a couple thousand dollars laying around, but that's me.

Also, gambling. I gambled a good amount with the bitcoins that I had at the $400-600 mark, if I would have that back now it'd be worth a fortune.

Anyone here have any regrets?

The only thing that I regret and that is my biggest regret as well is the fact that I had the chance to start bitcoin early, however, I turned it down. So, I just started doing bitcoin. If only I had started early, I would have been rich by now.

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November 02, 2017, 07:06:41 AM
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I'll start off with some of my biggest regrets, and the one which I am most upset about is selling my Bitcoin early. I was one of the people who were able to get into Bitcoin around the price of $400-600, and at that time I even owned a couple of Bitcoins. I saw some profits and I sold off all of my Bitcoin, I was too scared to expose myself to the risk of being involved in Bitcoin and I got out. I would've loved to have a couple thousand dollars laying around, but that's me.

Also, gambling. I gambled a good amount with the bitcoins that I had at the $400-600 mark, if I would have that back now it'd be worth a fortune.

Anyone here have any regrets?

The only thing that I regret and that is my biggest regret as well is the fact that I had the chance to start bitcoin early, however, I turned it down. So, I just started doing bitcoin. If only I had started early, I would have been rich by now.
Frankly, i don't think that even if you start early, you will gain the same amount of money as if you are selling for now. From the stary, you already turned bitcoin down and stopped following it.
And by that I can think that there are big chances for you to get lured by a "little" price pump at the early stage, maybe if you just bought bitcoin when the price still under $1. You will already sold it at the rate around $20.

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November 02, 2017, 07:37:08 AM
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I'll start off with some of my biggest regrets, and the one which I am most upset about is selling my Bitcoin early.

Okay, first I'll start by asking this:

How do you know that low is low and high is high?

did you buy bitcoin when it was worth $400, how would you know that $400 was low and would it go up to $ 6000? you would not know. just like if you buy now 1 btc for  $6800 you will not know if it will fall or if in november of next year 1 btc will be  $20.000.

By this I mean the following, you should not complain because you did not buy early or complain because you lost money when invest in bitcoin, when you invest in something you should be aware that you can win or lose. that's all!



Anyone here have any regrets?

I have no regrets

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November 02, 2017, 07:40:00 AM
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My biggest regret for bitcoin is late joining and knowing the whereabouts of bitcoin that so many friends suggested to join but at that time I did not intend to join, besides buying bitcoins at expensive prices and when selling very low prices also because the urgent family needs to be willing or I do not sell at a low price despite loss Smiley

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November 02, 2017, 07:51:32 AM
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About this, I remember more when I sell bitcoin at a price that is still much lower than now, pretty much enough I sell bitcoin long before the current bitcoin price that keeps jumping higher. If only I kept holding all my bitcoin incomes that I get till now and not sell it at some times after I get enough amount to sell it.. and sell it right now all my bitcoin incomes so far, this is certainly will be more very very profitable.

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November 02, 2017, 08:28:06 AM
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I don't have much regret about bitcoin even if I converted everything I earn not realizing holding it for a long term period can give much higher returns it is because bitcoin is considered to be my additional source of income and whatever I earned from here is something I'm always thankful about. There's no point in regret and blaming oneself for not investing in bitcoin because we can always start now and make sure to have a higher return on bitcoin.

yeah you're right, there are a lot of people who are regret and sad because they did not buy bitcoin a few years ago when the price was low and then this time they regret again because it sells at a low price anyway, I think it's all their fault, you know that bitcoin will have a great future and why you sell too fast ? try not to regret the decision you've made buddy, now try to make a great plan because bitcoin will go up and you have to get ready with everything,,

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November 07, 2017, 08:54:52 AM
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My biggest regret is trusting some exchanges like Cryptsy and Mintpal.

Those are my only losses - coins stolen by exchanges, and I still think the exchanges are bitcoin's greatest point of vulnerability. Apart from that I have no regrets!
My biggest regret about bitcoin is that I join bitcoin late because last year my friends told me to join bitcoin but I don’t agree with him and now they are very rich just because of bitcoin and I have almost six months here to join but I’m doing a hard work here to be same like my friend so I think no need to be late join it fast.

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November 07, 2017, 09:12:13 AM
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Not being active enough. I am a grade ten student and I find hard time to inspire myself in doing bitcoin. Now I am regretting it. I missed the big change of prices.
I am enjoying my life as a teen but I think doing this may be worth it. It's just hard fo r me. Many activities and I am more on Facebook. I want to be active starting today.
Yes bitcoin is more worthy than just surfing on facebook.Learn to love bitcoin more than anything except from focusing on your studies.I myself has my biggest regret too the moment i heard bitcoin the first time before and i never give any chance to bitcoin.I never even attempt to search about bitcoin,i was always a facebook lover.But now i realized it was the biggest mistake i've made.If only i could turn back the time,maybe by now i am already a very progressive individual,a millionaire in our community.


I agree but my biggest regret on bitcoin is that somebody wants to sell 100 bitcoin for me at 50$ and someone confused me that is scam I can never forget the pain
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November 07, 2017, 09:18:18 AM
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I'll start off with some of my biggest regrets, and the one which I am most upset about is selling my Bitcoin early. I was one of the people who were able to get into Bitcoin around the price of $400-600, and at that time I even owned a couple of Bitcoins. I saw some profits and I sold off all of my Bitcoin, I was too scared to expose myself to the risk of being involved in Bitcoin and I got out. I would've loved to have a couple thousand dollars laying around, but that's me.

Also, gambling. I gambled a good amount with the bitcoins that I had at the $400-600 mark, if I would have that back now it'd be worth a fortune.

Anyone here have any regrets?
I believe that all of us committed mistakes and we all have regrets when it comes to bitcoin. My biggest regret is when I said that the bitcoin has no future. I thought that it will die quickly. I found out that I am wrong and I want to change my belief about bitcoins.

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November 07, 2017, 09:18:49 AM
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Mining quite a fair few years back and throwing away the laptop they were stored on, no point crying over spilt milk lol

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November 07, 2017, 09:20:32 AM
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My regret when it comes to bitcoin is when I have stored money but I failed to convert it to bitcoins so instead I my stored money will have bigger value because the price of bitcoin changes from time to time, My money will stay on what value it is. By next time, when I have unused money, I will convert it to bitcoins so that it has a chance to get bigger.

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November 07, 2017, 09:22:15 AM
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My greatest regret is when china exchange ban and ICO regulation happened there was huge panic selling happened in that movement i was one of the person sold most of my btc holding after a month bitcoin price goes more than doubled . It was the recent regret because i am quit new to cryptocurrency just 6 months .

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