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March 30, 2018, 05:08:06 PM
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I advice for a new bie to keep in touch with the bitcoin forum and gather knowledge and information about bitcoin and the other crypto market while for now the best thing is crypto usage and now the market is very much falling and it is very difficult to keep patience and wait for the future so in these days people are very silent and no one is participating with a good news about bitcoin the economists of the world are also silent and we have to promote bitcoin for every one.

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March 30, 2018, 05:17:05 PM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.
Buy low sell high it is normal that everybody said as advice. But I want to say with this word that after buying bitcoin or any coin or token follow the news about the coin which you brought. Because in my experience I show mainly bitcoin will raise and dumping based on good news/bad news. So you also need to try to follow the news about crypto. understand the market trend.
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March 30, 2018, 05:19:42 PM
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Hello everyone, recently there has been a lot of panic on this forum due to the big price change of Bitcoin (as it always happens). Understandably, many people are confused and worried as they have lost thousands in their value, especially if they have bought higher than the current price. But as someone who has been into Bitcoin for 1.5 years (not too long, I know) I want to advice to newcomers to simply relax. Huge price swing were always a part of Bitcoin, so there's nothing extraordinary here and the worst thing you can do is to make panic trades. Basically, there are two main approaches to Bitcoin trading - you either hodl it, meaning you never sell it until it reached "the moon", or you are actively trading it to get profit from volatility. So, if you believe in Bitcoin's technology and don't have experience as a trader, I suggest you to not touch your coins - Bitcoin always tends to increase in its value in the long run.

From my point of view the price will again be high but just be patient.
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April 05, 2018, 12:21:23 PM
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I'm also a newbie in bitcoin world but i tried my best to learn more about bitcoin, I read some articles about bitcoin, I go to forum and some bounty to also read, take some research on bitcoin and the blockchain, I watch some video tutorial and the best thing that why I learned a lot because of my brother he influence me he taught me a lot about bitcoin and I'm very thankful because I had a brother like him that share me all he know about bitcoin and ready to teach me even he don't have a assurance if may I learned something.
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April 19, 2018, 02:03:20 PM
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The advice for a Bitcoin newbie is to determine your personal goals when researching and learning about Bitcoin. If you think that studying and learning Bitcoin to earn a large amount of money in a short period of time, do not continue, because this work will make you quickly feel depressed. You have to work very hard and be patient with what you do. Do not be eager to get more income without ignoring the basic understanding of the Cryptocurrency market. Please work carefully and seriously. Everything will come naturally to you.
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April 19, 2018, 02:06:17 PM
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Do not invest on twitter, as one factor for us, we know how much we can earn in bitcoin market. We are not just patronizing twitter campaigns. We mist try some other techniques to have a good earnings in bitcoin. We should not let small earnings affect our future good and successful earnings. Lets target the big earnings and become of the best traders

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April 19, 2018, 02:12:05 PM
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Keep the spirit for the newbie bitcoin. I myself also still newbie and still learn more for the future. Hopefully there are seniors who guide to be better again in the future.

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April 21, 2018, 02:09:14 AM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.


Just a piece of advice to the newbie. Do your work and keep being alert on what's happening in Bitcoin. Be responsible and give even a little time.

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April 21, 2018, 02:11:19 AM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.
The market doesn't matter if you lose your coins, make sure you get a hardware wallet and keep the seed words in a safe place, too many people worry about point of entry and don't focus on security.














 

 

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April 21, 2018, 02:16:43 AM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.
My best bitcoin advice is just keep working and believing you can also achieve and aim the goals of other no so soon keep hold
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April 21, 2018, 02:26:05 AM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.
My advices to newbies keep it up keep it hold keep believing and have a trust in the right track you can also become richier soon
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April 21, 2018, 02:35:45 AM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.
for those who are new here just keep hardworking andyou can earn money by doing that so be patience wait for your turn to rank up

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April 21, 2018, 02:51:06 AM
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The market is harder now, The most the best you can do is go along with the giant in the world of crypto currency. Because it's definitely a great deal to get you here when you're with them. Even if your investment is small just keep yourself self-reliant and always positive.

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April 21, 2018, 08:34:41 AM
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Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?


I think it's really sad that somebody would post this. Has this forum sunk so low that it is better to discuss Bitcoin with Twits on Twitter, than Bitcoiners on bitcoin Talk?

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April 21, 2018, 06:10:04 PM
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Research, learn, and take your time.  When you are ready, then buy and hold.  I see too many people rush in and get bitten by scams.  Careful out there, it’s an unregulated field so people can make all kinds promises, and you have no recourse to get your money back.  Think of Bitcoin as cash that is done electronically.  Once you give cash to someone, the only way to get it back is if that other person willingly give it back to you. 
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April 21, 2018, 06:18:35 PM
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For beginners

Study the market before even you put a single penny….just because it has all this hype and has growth manyfold in months doesn't mean it will keep continuing

See on what are different aspects that makes a cryptocurrencies like miners, hash rates that are provided , technology used, backing , backin research on every aspect of the currency.
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April 22, 2018, 04:39:34 AM
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Not really a veteran but 2 tips would be: don't give much attention to Twitter and just play it slowly.

Can you explain it more easy please? What do you mean with to not give much attention to Twitter and with to play it slowly?

Thank you, I really didn´t get it.

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April 22, 2018, 05:58:23 PM
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If you still decide to invest your time and money in bitcoin, then we advise you not to hurry.
After all, the rate of this cryptocurrency is falling and increasing, so no one will give you a
guarantee that you will invest the last money and in a few months will become a dollar
millionaire. Remember - you can loss everything! But you can make a lot of money .
Be ready to the change of prices. After all, this is a frequent phenomenon in the cryptocurrency
markets. Therefore, there are several strategies that investors follow. It is these strategies that
will help you to avoid large losses in volatility.
One of the most common strategies is diversification, but to use it, you will need to make efforts.
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April 22, 2018, 07:15:54 PM
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Are there any Bitcoin bear market seasoned veterans who can share some words of wisdom or advice to a bitcoin newbie experiencing a bitcoin bear market for the first time?

Any recommendations on good people to follow on twitter?

And any other specific advice on how to play out this bear market would be greatly appreciated.
I think you can follow him: https://twitter.com/DiaryofaMadeMan
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May 10, 2018, 08:26:09 AM
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I know it sounds strange, but just trade less.

It is impossible to catch every green candle and sell before every red one, do not panic if you bought something and it fell another 5% after you bought it.

Learn at least some basic TA (technical analysis), make a strategy and keep to it. We all have bad trades, we have all lost money at some point. Just don't give up after a few bad hits, keep learning and improving.

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