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November 19, 2017, 11:00:28 PM
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I just started with Bit Connect about 3 weeks ago. I've watched a bunch of video's on YouTube about it and invested my first $100 into the lending program and reinvested $10 today. My question is, how long should you keep putting in your own money before you can just lend off of reinvestment's? Thanks
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November 19, 2017, 11:16:27 PM
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Dont do compounding, just withdraw as much as you can instead of keeping all your funds in there, you are so exposed right now because a lot of monitors are flagging and tagging bitconnect as the most biggest scammy project that has ever existed, because it is an altcoin.
Try to withdraw your funds from there, it is very risky and you can easily lost your funds, but it is not a big amount of money, if you dont have anything to lose, then keep your funds in there like if you are really gambling with that.




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November 19, 2017, 11:22:55 PM
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I just started with Bit Connect about 3 weeks ago. I've watched a bunch of video's on YouTube about it and invested my first $100 into the lending program and reinvested $10 today. My question is, how long should you keep putting in your own money before you can just lend off of reinvestment's? Thanks

Everything I have heard about Bitconnect is scam, scam, scam, although some people say it isn't. It is hard to know sometimes what is real and what is fake and what is legit or what is a scam in the crypto world these days. Anyways, I don't exactly know enough about this specific thing to give detailed advice, but in my experience with investing in Bitcoin-related companies it hasn't turned out very well as most are scams, so I would recommend to be very careful. Best of luck to you.
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November 20, 2017, 12:04:44 AM
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bitconnect is a ponzi scheme that will fail eventually. if you have the opportunity to remove your money then do it as soon as possible and put your money into a real coin. you have been warned.
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November 20, 2017, 02:14:37 AM
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bitconnect is a ponzi scheme that will fail eventually. if you have the opportunity to remove your money then do it as soon as possible and put your money into a real coin. you have been warned.

Will do. Thanks for the info.
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