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May 20, 2018, 03:32:45 PM
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Who told it is too late, this is also the right time to buy because the price of bitcoin is not too high. The values gets fluctuates only. So this the right time to invest in bitcoin. If you are good and knowledgeable in in bitcoin market means you know this is the time to invest. Because if you invest now and hold it for future. The price will increase in future. At that time you can sell your bitcoin and earn more profit than you invest.
That's a good positive thinking and knowledge is certainly a power. Price may decrease but it's not something to worry much, it will surely soar again and when it happens huge return will be expected to be gained, but first you should know how to strategize and create plans. Study to improve skills, to be prepared for unexpected circumstances, and challenge yourself to experience more. You might have missed some previous opportunities, but that doesn't mean you're too late to take for next other opportunities.
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May 20, 2018, 04:17:52 PM
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Who told it is too late, this is also the right time to buy because the price of bitcoin is not too high. The values gets fluctuates only. So this the right time to invest in bitcoin. If you are good and knowledgeable in in bitcoin market means you know this is the time to invest. Because if you invest now and hold it for future. The price will increase in future. At that time you can sell your bitcoin and earn more profit than you invest.
That's a good positive thinking and knowledge is certainly a power. Price may decrease but it's not something to worry much, it will surely soar again and when it happens huge return will be expected to be gained, but first you should know how to strategize and create plans. Study to improve skills, to be prepared for unexpected circumstances, and challenge yourself to experience more. You might have missed some previous opportunities, but that doesn't mean you're too late to take for next other opportunities.
It's not about who came first or last, it's more on having the determination to gain more knowledge,to be strategic, and to have a positive outlook in life amidst crisis and fall. I don't think it's too late, opportunity comes at the right time and it depends on us how we let it in, value it, and flourish it.

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May 20, 2018, 11:06:21 PM
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Well, if you already have bought bitcoin during the dip, then somehow i can convinced you that investing in bitcoin in particular is not yet late or too late. Even if you invest in a 20,000$ price, for me, it's not yet too late because i am very optimistic person who thinks and believes that bitcoin will have a 100,000$ price in the coming years.

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June 08, 2018, 02:56:34 AM
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Bitcoin is still the highest price of $ 7,683 compared to other cryptoes.
The fixed amount of supply of bitcoin is intended so that bitcoin can grow and become stable in subsequent years. On this basis it is never too late for anyone who wants to invest in bitcoin.
However, due to lack of supervision from the government, has spawned several negative responses from speculators, who predicted that cryptocurrency would not last long. But this's understandable because Bitcoin's not supported by physical form, state or banking. Only market sentiment alone can regulate Bitcoin especially supply and demand. Although bitcoin has a clear advantage for such a structured market, there's a serious risk that can not be ignored. If you can ignore those risks, investing in Bitcoin is a very valuable undertaking.
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