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October 10, 2013, 11:37:57 PM
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Gold and silver are considered by many to fit the bill.  Held value for many thousands of years, it is likely that has not changed.  IMHO get some AG, AU, then some BTC and LTC, maybe feathercoin too.  It pays not to keep all your eggs in one basket!

The problem with Gold and Silver is there's very small growth potential and they're also very likely to be over-valued right now (according to the sources I read, anyway).

Altcoins, however, may be extremely under-valued now, so there's a huge growth potential.

Say you bought 10,000 PPC for 30 BTC (0.0029 BTC/PPC) which is $4,300 today. There are 2 x 2 possible scenarios:

1) PPC goes up, BTC goes up (big win)
2) PPC goes up, BTC goes down or stays (win)
3) PPC goes down or stays, BTC grows (win)
4) PPC goes down or stays, BTC goes down or stays (no change or loss)


In 3 out of 4 scenarios, you win!

Let's take the best possible scenario: PPC goes up 10x since it's so cheap today and BTC goes up 2x (none of this is science fiction, as we've seen much higher growth in the past). Then your $4,300 that you've invested have become $4,300 x 10 x 2 = $86,000!. Not bad, eh?

Obviously it's a no-brainer to invest in alt cryptos. You just have to do your research and find out which ones have the future (active dev team, proven history of stable existence, acceptance, etc).

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December 01, 2013, 12:29:01 AM
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Gold Pressed Latinum as soon as it's on sale.  Should be this week at the upcoming scifi coin exchange.

If we think about long term, I would invest in "good name" coins like WDC DGC even RYC- they may be easily implemented by masses.
If at some time BTC become popular as facebook - "obvious choices" will won. There will be competition on facebook who got better sounding coins - my uncle, grandpa or friend from primary school. Smiley

I see your point.  But more people already love startrek then BTC

When the trek mainstream start to learn and understand that coins and the services that are muted,  then the it becomes clear.  these type of coins have a real chance.  Think how many billions of Trekkie would love to go to star-trek convention and buy goods with real gold pressed latinum with a real word value.  

For me it has bags of potential.  
Star Trek The Next Generation: Technical Manual Auction Starting at 20ufc
http://scificointalk.com/index.php/topic,40.msg169.html#msg169
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December 01, 2013, 05:20:20 AM
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I also thought about Infinitycoin, but the main problem - a lot of miners allready have millions infinitycoins.

I prefer datacoin - I think it could goes up very-very fast. Interesting idea, good PR (I read article about it on very popular Russian IT website).

And of course, I bought other coins in small amount...who knows  Smiley

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