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February 04, 2018, 06:17:05 PM
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Hello every one ,
now a days market goes dip too much and everyone worried about this situation me also one of
them but i hold all coins for long term .

Well there goes one method I'd teach of artificially spending money on travel rewards credit cards to meet what's leftover on minimum spend requirements for their new travel rewards credit cards. Haha.

If people still had money to spend within 2 to 5 days left on their introductory offer for their new credit card sign up bonus, I'd just show them how to buy crypto currencies and immediately sell it to meet the required spending threshold.

Yes I consider it safe. Selling off the crypto-currency you just bought within 15 seconds of buying it? The price wouldn't fluctuate or crash that much.

I really don't see this as a problem because the people that want to buy a Bitcoin will find a way to buy Bitcoin
either through ATMs or other means exchanges there's going to be ways to get it
and if you make it hard for people that want it to get it sure the prices will go down but there's still going to be a market for it no matter what....

Source: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@askquestion/bitcoin-ban-expands-across-credit-cards-as-big-us-banks-recoil

News: http://fortune.com/2018/02/04/banks-ban-buying-bitcoin-credit-card/

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