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November 18, 2017, 02:24:42 AM
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HODL some and spend some. Use it to diversify your portfolio. Try stocks, as they are much more stable. Rental property is also a good idea, especially if it is in a commercial area. HODLing is enough, even, because the value keeps growing anyway.

But no one is understanding it right. Many times bitcoin price bumps but still people who earned in bitcoin never saving it for long term. There are many people nowadays investing their fund into altcoin since it is giving very low rate of profit.
Renting out a property is not at all related to bitcoin I do not know that how we can take it in the suggestion.

Because some people treat bitcoin more than a currency and less than an investment so they keep spending it rather than holding and that also helps the circulation of supply in the market. That's why bitcoin acts as an asset, investment and a currency and these makes bitcoin out shine from the others.

OP just use real estate as an example of how we can't reduce our bitcoin and at the same time make it grow. But the fact that real estate's value appreciate but it will take years while with bitcoin it just need at least months to sit on your profit.

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November 18, 2017, 03:01:39 AM
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Passive income from Bitcoin is holding it and wait for the increasing of Bitcoin's price. But not many guys are enough patience to do it. The best way is keeping it at somewhere safe and forget about it till the next 10 years.
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November 21, 2017, 05:23:32 AM
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How can we use btc and live of this growing asset? I dont like the idea of using some of that BTC to live. Just like real estate, you buy it, it continues to appreciate in value in general but you also get rental income.

Bitcoin does not do that, all it can do is just go up in value but how can you live of it? Would it be to buy rental properly with it, let THAT go up in value and then take rental income while your other stash of BTC grows?

What is a likely idea here to earn passive income of BTC without reducing the BTC holdings?
Anything you do, don’t even try lending, I have seen some people lose their money through that shitty business, unless you will find a genuine exchanger just like Poloniex and similar ones to try such, but I still don’t trust them. If you think you have enough money in your Bitcoin to invest into real estate, maybe you should do it and then use the rent money you get to invest back on Bitcoin to create for yourself a double earning. Don’t just stop there, there are other opportunities around, just search for them but be careful not to fall into scam, just be smart!
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March 12, 2018, 02:50:28 PM
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One of the options on the exchange is to lend brokers:
poloniex.com/lending#BTC about 0.0064% day   
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