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January 28, 2018, 02:06:38 AM
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Actually I prefer full time crypto, but I think it's very risky because we also do not know how long crypto will continue to exist. Losing real jobs is also not good, because real jobs can get a definite primary salary.

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January 28, 2018, 05:35:51 AM
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I will choose a full time real job but also you can have a extra income in doing a partime crypto .
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January 28, 2018, 06:08:33 AM
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Actually I prefer full time crypto, but I think it's very risky because we also do not know how long crypto will continue to exist. Losing real jobs is also not good, because real jobs can get a definite primary salary.
You miss a lot of connections and experience if you try to go full-time crypto though since there isn't going to be any interaction you get or any skills you learn beyond a few niche ones that have suitability in some very specific places and won't be as valuable for other jobs as having "real job" experience would be. It's not all about the salary either, crypto can pump out a lot of money but there's, like I said, a lot more to real jobs than what you'd expect. It's making sure that you're not burning bridges with other individuals or potential employers.
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January 28, 2018, 06:41:36 AM
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I don't agree with OP about a real job being better and more stable. It all depends on your working conditions, the country you are in, many other things.
I'll give you something to compare:
Guy 1:
Living in a country with an average net income per capita of $2000 a month.
Has monthly expenses (food and bills) of $1000
Earns $1800 a month in his day job working 8 hours a day (has to drive an hour a day to work, pay for fuel, sit 8 hours a day in an office).
He gets into mining and trading part time, earns $1000 a month on the average. Starts thinking that he might turn it into a full time thing, double the profits, stay at home, cut fuel expenses. Undecided

Now this is hard to say if he should or shouldn't do it. A stable job is always better if the only thing you'd be getting out of it is more free time and no need to drive to work every day, although in some cases it might be better for him like if his wife is working and he could stay home with kids instead of hiring a nanny or asking grandma to do it.

Guy2:
Living in a country when the average income is $600 a month
Monthly expenses are $300 a month. 
Earns $500 a month working his ass off every day working for 8 hours + overtime in a physical job like driving a truck or unloading packages in a warehouse.
Starts trading, writing in a signature campaign, investing in ICOs, claiming airdrops. Earns $500 on the average.

In that case it would be advisable to quit that day job and focus on cryptocurrency. Physical work always strains your body and there's a chance of getting hurt while doing it.
It's not worth risking your health in a job that barely covers your monthly bills and food while you can get similar money sitting at home, sipping tea, watching the charts. There's also a high chance of doubling your profit.

If you have a career and a chance of climbing the ladder at work, stay there. If you're at the bottom and barely earning anything quit and focus on cryptocurrency while you're looking for something better.

This is something different from the OP's assumption. You speak here about the risking of your lives at job if it's intolerable. That's really true but how many times that can be true? That's again the question of your job profile, if thats something classy job with IT field or something then what's the risk! Nothing !

The difference between two income sources at two different countries or continent could be the case related to regional costs of living. It differs in the whole world as you move from east to west and vice versa.

But the real fact is whether getting into crypto full time in these two different region can impact on large scale ? If yes then whether it is advisable for one region to focus more on crypto? This gets complex as you move in.


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January 28, 2018, 07:04:54 AM
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when you have enough money then that = Stability in your life.


Stability in life is the hardest thing to achieve. We can't really base on "you have a lot of money, then you're stable'. It is about the passivity of the money in our lives that makes it stable. The passivity of income in complement of stability is what makes it difficult the most. In your full-time job, the company might fall sometime leading to removing employees to reduce salaries expenses and it can happen anytime. It denies the word "passive", because of conflicts. To achieve that stability in our finances in our lives is all about learning everything we can, to have a plan b-z. We might get removed in the company but the opportunity is so high that all the known companies will find us not us finding them. It emphasizes the word passive because we always have a backup.



 But, I believe its not that easy to work with all if them altogether and you have no assurance that you will get into campaigns all the time and you may not earn the fixed income form these options creating the instability in your house.

Most of the options above need initial investment and some of them are not even fool proof.

We have to agree that becoming manager here is not everyones play so we should consider that option equal to null.

However, real job salary covers all the points in it and we could easily survive! Thats the whole point.


This. You don't always have the time to earn in here. Campaigns will always arrive, but you shouldn't rely on them too much. Use them as sideline or just allowance, BUT never ever use them as your source of income. You'll fail to be stable if you plan on quitting your stable job to go on full-time in here. Yes, you could also trade but the assurance of the stability of your life is being counted in probability meaning that you rely on time where you can earn a lot. There might be times that you could wait a month and still get nothing. Mining is there, but the investment you need is a lot because we're talking about mining hardwares needed and not just ordinary GPU that you use to play high-demanding graphics games.

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January 28, 2018, 08:05:14 AM
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It would depend on what is your status for now whether you are still single or married, the country you are from if you are from developed country or not and your job salary. For those people who are still single and has a low job salary then they can focus on earning from crypto because they can live for months without having that much expenses but if they are married then there is a need for them to have a stable job since they are the provider and earnings from crypto is unstable unless he has funds already for emergency so he can stand for months without stable income.

There is a higher probability that those from underdeveloped countries would choose to go full time in crypto if they are earning more from it because most of the time, salary from this countries are meager and just enough for the expenses so they won't have any savings. The first thing to do is to work first in a real job and make crypto as sideline and then later on if their earnings in crypto is more than they earn from their jobs and they already have enough savings in case the crypto market is not favorable to them then they can go full time in crypto.
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January 28, 2018, 08:13:22 AM
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Why not both ? I do think that a regular job + crypto can provide enormous potential for being incredibly rich .. when you have luck in both no one can stop you from earning.

Crypto is uneven I agree but what you earn through it is ... With least output and an input bigger than a regular job if done right .

A regular job is whereas secure is what I agree but for sure it's not easy to get and comes with a lot of negative points that one must take care of.
Also in many countries a regular job is unattainable due to high population and less job opportunities and also due to less income people rather prefer cryptos.
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January 28, 2018, 08:34:36 AM
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Full time Crypto is not bad at all. Assuming that you are already an experience trader, then it means you are earning some bucks here. Why not use that to ensure your life and others stuff that will benefit you? Real job might have an increase yearly but crypto prices can be skyrocketed on the next day.

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January 28, 2018, 08:44:52 AM
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Full time Crypto is not bad at all. Assuming that you are already an experience trader, then it means you are earning some bucks here. Why not use that to ensure your life and others stuff that will benefit you? Real job might have an increase yearly but crypto prices can be skyrocketed on the next day.
If I were to choose, of course I would choose full time in cryptocurrency but I don't have a choice since I have family so I need a regular job to get our daily needs, when time comes that I can earn a lot here and save, I would quit my job and make my own business so I can watch over with my kids too.

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January 28, 2018, 02:32:03 PM
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Actually I prefer full time crypto, but I think it's very risky because we also do not know how long crypto will continue to exist. Losing real jobs is also not good, because real jobs can get a definite primary salary.
I like crypto, but I can’t just choose one, I would prefer to go for the both of them. Crytpo is not really secured and you don’t expect getting money all the time like every month as you do in a regular job. Though in some countries, especially the developing ones, governments can owe their workers a long time. That’s why it’s good to have both, so that when your job disappoints you, you can rely on bitcoin, and when Bitcoin disappoints you, you can rely on your job.
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January 28, 2018, 03:08:56 PM
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Well, actually i choose full time crypto, because there's a lot of opportunities, and i think that its more secured than a real job. Because crytpo gives good future that many has already proven that almost people are saying that bitcoin is continue increasing. If we compare into real job in crypto we can earn good amount or profit and we can save immediately for our savings to the future. Because in real job we cannot save, its just good only for our daily needs, not like in crypto it can double your money. 
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January 28, 2018, 03:38:17 PM
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Yes having real job isn't completely safe and secured until the rest of your life, but is crypto trading? Both aren't perfect, nothing is, and both come with risks of their own. Real job that you might get fired or your company closes down, they can't pay you, etc.. with crypto you're your own boss and employer but, unlike the real job, you can never know where you'll be with the money every month and the risks are far more greater when going full time crypto.

I'll be trying to balance both of those out, pretty sure that you can do that effectively. Tho, it might also depend on what country you're from, what kind of job do you have and if it's a private or a state business.
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January 28, 2018, 03:39:03 PM
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You must pinpoint some of the strong sides of Crypto jobs because some of the points that you've come up with a full-time job is not applicable for all the jobs around the globe, for example, some of the jobs from third world countries and some from the first world did not come up to provide the needs for a lifetime security cause some companies or works are sticking to a Contractualization type of jobs which contradicts for the first point that you've provided, 6 to 1 year contract then bye bye worker your useless to us, is that thing can secure your lifetime? yup, they can give you fixed income, but did you realize some works give little amounts of a penny for a stressful job? profitable right? bosses give promotion to those people who are skillful and best to their respective jobs, how about an average and normal person who works 24/7 for 8 hours almost for 10 years without a prior promotion? Yearly hikes salary for decent jobs what about blue collar jobs? and Recognition in the Colleagues? I've worked for some companies who have employees with bad attitude and behavior towards me? where's the justice from that? don't come up with the points without considering, siding and viewing other peoples experience from different types of jobs. Yes, Crypto has its own negatives sides but don't forget how best it is because it gives us a lot of opportunities all because of its strong and positive sides.

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January 28, 2018, 06:07:00 PM
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An economic depression could kick you out of your stable real job the second it affects the company you're working for. There are no guarantees in the present times even if you're skilled into something but not valuable enough to be paid by a company that needs to lay-off some people. On the other hand, the cryptoworld only has limited opportunities, but the opportunities are great if your skill set matches some promising job descriptions around especially for developers and coders. The OP is kinda bias and tends to lean on the side of "real job" since it hasn't explained that crypto has similar opportunities and disadvantages. It just so happened that a lot of newbies are being burned and sharing bad experiences with crypto because first and foremost, they don't know what they're doing and crypto hasn't been around for ages.
The differences between choosing an average job and choosing to earn crypto are not that great, it is similar to the differences between having a stable job and being a freelancer, yes having a stable job can be great but you are subject to the whims of your bosses and if you lose their favor you will be on the street, being a freelancer is more risky but the rewards are worth it if you are any good.



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January 28, 2018, 07:03:30 PM
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Honestly, I do agree with what the OP had said. And would prefer to have a real job than focus on bitcoin because having a stable real job is more secure than focusing on cryptocurrencies as of the moment. But I’m not saying I don’t like cryptos; it’s just that to me I’d prefer to see it as another ways to earn money. As many have mentioned with real jobs, crytpocurrencies can be a part-time or should be treated as your part-time. If you could do both then the better, but then again to each his own right?

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January 28, 2018, 10:58:04 PM
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I'd also prefer to have a stable job than go trading or mining full time as long as the money were similar. If my cryptocurrency job would pay twice more than my normal job I'd quit it without thinking twice. Time is money and in the end it always comes down to the wage.

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January 28, 2018, 11:00:55 PM
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I'd also prefer to have a stable job than go trading or mining full time as long as the money were similar. If my cryptocurrency job would pay twice more than my normal job I'd quit it without thinking twice. Time is money and in the end it always comes down to the wage.

Why would you prefer a stable job if the pay from both was the same? Just for security? For me the freedom of working for myself and from anywhere in the world would mean I'd work for less than in a traditional job.

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January 28, 2018, 11:14:37 PM
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Well it depends upon how much deep you understand about the crypto market and the future opportunities in it so that you could quit your job and indulge all the time in the crypto market.There is no doubt that bitcoin market has a very big potential of earning but that doesn't mean that everyone entering it would succeed easily.Here self motivation and dedication is needed to earn otherwise continuing with the regular job itself is better

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January 28, 2018, 11:26:48 PM
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Leaving the job in the entry level of crypto currencies is not advisable.This market could not be expected to remain forever.Instead,we should do a job and work side by side in bitcoins to earn more profits.Here risk bearing attitude is more needed.

Yes thats true, aside form that this platform was not made for a lifwtime earning and education were a lot better that thus crypto , probably you use this platform for you to sustain a profit for your expenses for education, its not that impossible that someday this Bitcoin will be gone unlike in a real job will make you financially stable .

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January 28, 2018, 11:33:46 PM
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well if you are depended almost with everything on crypto it is not a good and stable life in my opinion, you may have money and financial income but you would be a weirdo by sitting at home all the time and not spending quality time outside. It is my personal view.

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