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Question: how much money did you make/help/trigger others invest into bitcoin ?
more that 20 k $
more than 10 k $
more than 5 k $
more than 1000,- $
between 1 - 999,- $
i refuse to get people investing into bitcoin

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September 28, 2013, 07:09:57 AM
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I persuaded one guy to buy $5 worth of BTC :-)
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September 28, 2013, 04:37:59 PM
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I went through a several week phase of actively trying to get random people involved, but soon realized that it was driven in some part by a desire to have my speculation in Bitcoin pay off and was thus more evil than I wanted to be.  I don't actively encourage people to buy Bitcoin and in some cases I discourage it.  For loved ones, I just consider portions of my own stash to be earmarked for them.

That said, I have provided both a lot of philosophical input and in some cases physical help to allow certain people to take a position.  But only people who have a much higher than average IQ along with good analytic abilities and plenty of money to burn.  The sums could be argued to exceed the high water mark on the poll selection (iirc, $20k) so I am torn between selecting that, or selecting the 'I don't' element.  I'll solve the dilemma by not voting on this one.


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