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March 10, 2018, 07:12:36 AM
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EDIT: I failed to be clear enough, sorry.
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The cycle of almost insane greed around BCT looks really ugly to me.
>> Do you ever consider you might be doing "something wrong" in bubble land, by supporting the CEO's who walk away rich?

>>> Would you support projects trying to share more with the community, even if the original presentation was not as professional?


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March 10, 2018, 07:21:26 AM
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The current bubble in the ICO market is very large. I always feel that way, so I don't think I should invest in the ICO project at present.
When you invest in an ICO project, it's a gamble, and the odds of losing money are high.

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March 10, 2018, 07:48:30 AM
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The parents might miserable failed due to lack of intense research and adequate feasibility studies of the Market trend of what people actually desired. I might decide investing in the normal ICO upon my deep reseach anyway. For sure, anything can be wrong in the bubble land, since there's an indication of probably earning profit at the end and if it turns the other way round, so be it. After all life itself is a risk. 
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March 10, 2018, 07:52:30 AM
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The current bubble in the ICO market is very large. I always feel that way, so I don't think I should invest in the ICO project at present.
When you invest in an ICO project, it's a gamble, and the odds of losing money are high.
Not too big,total marketcap of cryptocurrencies is stil less than 1% of the total market cap of gold,so there are still room to grow.Though there still no certain future of cryptocurrencies i still believe that it could replace the fiat in the neart future,either way we would still be rich because we are the early adopters.
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March 10, 2018, 08:27:02 AM
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If you actually like and respect, current "normal" ICO's, then please explain how your parents failed so miserably.  Cheesy
Otherwise, you see the flaws, so why do you participate, other than a greedy desire for fast money?

Either way, do you ever consider you might be doing "something wrong" in bubble land?

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We are all here at risk by investing in any ICO, which even seems ideal, and sometimes we lose on the course. So all this is a normal situation, no thorough analysis will give you the answer that you will receive at the end of this amount or lose it.

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March 10, 2018, 08:37:34 AM
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On my observations ICO tokens would go high as to x10 its ICO price after coin distribution and once they enter exchange. If you're an investor you get to hold your coins after ICO then sell them. Trading usually takes timing. Sell once you're contented on your profit. Don't wait for it to go crushing down.
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March 11, 2018, 05:00:25 AM
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EDIT: I failed to be clear enough, sorry.
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The cycle of almost insane greed around BCT looks really ugly to me.
>> Do you ever consider you might be doing "something wrong" in bubble land, by supporting the CEO's who walk away rich?

>>> Would you support projects trying to share more with the community, even if the original presentation was not as professional?
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March 11, 2018, 05:16:01 AM
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EDIT: I failed to be clear enough, sorry.
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The cycle of almost insane greed around BCT looks really ugly to me.
>> Do you ever consider you might be doing "something wrong" in bubble land, by supporting the CEO's who walk away rich?

>>> Would you support projects trying to share more with the community, even if the original presentation was not as professional?


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Discussion topics are above: If your decent quality post seems to indicate you would benefit, do I have permission to send you a PM?

 
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- Do not participate in betting-related projects as there are no successful projects.
- Set the Taget (target) as low as the year before
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