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May 09, 2018, 11:36:05 PM
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To be honest, that's definitely frustrating Sad. I can't also imagine myself in a situation where my losses is now slightly more than half of my input. I understand if their advices about hodling will not sink in your mind because of stress and confusion. But I'm sorry to say, you must do it because that's the best option to do. Just stay calm, be brave and wait for btc to skyrocket again.

Here's a tip, look at your savings in terms of btc not in terms of fiat to at least feel some relief.

Some PGP public keys you should import: theymos, Wladimir, Gregory, Pieter
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May 10, 2018, 12:30:04 AM
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If you have money now you should be buying all the way back up to $19k. That way your cost average goes down.

But in general the solution to you problem is to hold long term and sell in a couple or a few years when it hits 6 digits.
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