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December 07, 2017, 12:55:01 PM
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please i need  sugeestion if i can still hook to trending bitcoin price , moreover how can someone identify good ico project to invest in , what are factors that are very important to consider.

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December 07, 2017, 01:25:35 PM
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Personally I would be careful with Bitcoin right now.  I am a strong believer of it, but I think it's hype running up to the futures trading.  Once futures trading start it will only take a couple of headlines about massive shorting to cause panic.

Are you looking for a quick flip ICO or one to buy and hold for the long run?
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December 07, 2017, 07:29:37 PM
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Personally I would be careful with Bitcoin right now.  I am a strong believer of it, but I think it's hype running up to the futures trading.  Once futures trading start it will only take a couple of headlines about massive shorting to cause panic.

Are you looking for a quick flip ICO or one to buy and hold for the long run?

I second this motion. We're at the danger stage now. Too many people dreaming that they can retire in a few weeks. Better to take your investment capital and buy some BTC and some alt coins. Invest a little now and learn what's happening.

If you have a few extra dollars by a decent graphics card and start mining some ASIC resistant coins. You won't make much but you will start to understand what is happening. You'll become a better judge of the landscape.
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