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April 18, 2018, 07:11:37 PM
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I would like to hear some of your opinions and hear some smart words because I believe people think investing Bitcoin will make their life done financially but I honestly think it's not true.
For me, bitcoin has become a salvation. Thanks to him I was able to get out of poverty. But unfortunately he no longer has the use - only speculation.
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April 18, 2018, 08:09:54 PM
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Although we earn big through bitcoin for me it cant be my main income.yes we can save now from what we earn from it but till when we can earn we dont have assurance untill when the bitcoin or any ither coin will be.i still need regular job so that if cypto will dissapear i still hve income.

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April 18, 2018, 08:24:50 PM
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To be honest, I'm looking for money, making a profit, in my country, bitcoin is not legal yet, so bitcoin I use as a medium to add Rupiah, by trading, following bounty, investment, lending, even join cloud mining. and the result of this advantage that I use to increase real business capital. may be different story if bitcoin in my country can be used as a means of payment, like money.

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April 18, 2018, 08:29:43 PM
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My long term average is around a quarter of a percent per day profit after fees but before taxes.

It goes as high as 3% per day when looking at only the last 30 days, but sometimes there are droughts it goes to 0% or in rare cases negative.

I can live off profits alone but still take on other work because I want to grow my position with the house's money. Once my position hit five figures I stopped trading with leverage and am happy with that decision.

I make a tenth the trades that I did when I first started. I generally opt to wait and watch until I'm reasonably certain of a good opportunity. My average this calendar year has been roughly 4 out of 5 trades being winners. I generally bet with the trend so that I can hold btc and let the uptrend bail me out if I get in a tight spot. This has worked great for the last year, but obviously isn't the optimal strategy in a bear market. Having suffered through one of those I believe I will know when to change my game plan up and start shorting.

There's not much readily available evidence for any of these claims. The best I can do is reference the coinsight.org flair game where I am #3 trader out of people who have made trades in the last 30 days. Since starting I am up 70% against bitcoin which is itself up 270% vs fiat over that time period. The flair game does not allow shorting, stop losses, leverage, or even limit orders; use your imagination on how much those might add.

I was margin called in 2014 and regrew my entire position from the scraps remaining out of force liquidation. Starting small is a great idea, if you can make gains you'll eventually get to a good place even starting with a hundred or a thousand dollars. If you can't make gains then you'll want to subject yourself to as little in losses as possible.
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April 18, 2018, 08:33:04 PM
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I cannot point out BTC as the source, but whole crypto-community and various airdrops and bounty campaigns, ICOs as well.

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April 19, 2018, 02:45:04 AM
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For me, I think using bitcoin as our main income isn't enough. Because of its unstable price in the market. So I rather to have a regular job that has a stable income and to use bitcoin as my another source of income.
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April 19, 2018, 02:45:36 AM
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If you have enough amount of bitcoin then this thing could be possible and depends on how you work out to earn bitcoin. But investment is risky so dont invest the money you will use in your everyday needs and more better if you have real job.
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