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May 29, 2018, 09:59:21 AM
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I follow the science taught by Robert Toru Kiyosaki.

In order to invest in any coin, I analyze 100 coins.

Recently, I invest in little-known and cheap coins
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May 31, 2018, 04:51:20 AM
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Graphic follow-up is very important to get potential money. However, you should know the value of money in the past. It takes a very long time to follow all of them. It's not hard to follow, it's easy.
If you have invested your money into any of the crypto currency, then it is better to get as much information as you can regarding that coin because this is the only thing which will then help you in having a fair idea of how things work and that you will then also be able to make the right choice at the right time. focus on learning and that money will come at its own and that you need to worry then.
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May 31, 2018, 05:02:34 AM
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By learning on a project fully, and tried to fully understand the project itself.
I my self would take about 3-6 days, before i decided to purchase for any tokens.
I also takes consideration from other people who already join the project.

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May 31, 2018, 05:06:39 AM
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A couple of hours. And then all of us in the office gather for a meeting to reach a concensus on whether to participate or not in the ICO.

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May 31, 2018, 05:07:59 AM
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As a buyer i send a lot of time sifting through a bunch of different medium (forums,websites,discord,telegram,whitepapers,social media) looking at my next buy.Im curious on how much time others spend on research?

In my mind, I spend my daytime reading articles, exploring new ideas and knowledge of technology from the use case itself. Certain deadlines are impossible to determine, varying according to the popularity of a given coin. My spending time usually ranges from 5 to 8 hours depending on the atmosphere of the day.

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May 31, 2018, 05:17:14 AM
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By learning on a project fully, and tried to fully understand the project itself.
I my self would take about 3-6 days, before i decided to purchase for any tokens.
I also takes consideration from other people who already join the project.

You should take time to analyze the projects you should invest in because there are so many ICOs nowadays and it is hard to distinguish those scam and legit and even some of those scams has high rating in ICO rating sites. You should also not depend on those ICO sites that gives rating because there are times when they are paid to give high scores/ratings to the ICOs to attract more investors.

As for me, I check the social media accounts if they have many followers, I check the team if they are responsive and of course check the whitepaper if their plan is viable or not or will just end up as an idea. The team behind the projects should already be experienced in the scope of the project. It may take days or weeks to finish studying the coins that are worth investing in.

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May 31, 2018, 05:20:42 AM
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As a buyer i send a lot of time sifting through a bunch of different medium (forums,websites,discord,telegram,whitepapers,social media) looking at my next buy.Im curious on how much time others spend on research?

I usually spend more time in buying the altcoins which are already listed over the market and who is making good progress in terms of their project development having good daily volume etc. Those coins are sure shot jackpot for our futures and thus we shodlnt be wasting our time in researching the newly formed coins.

If the coins are already listed then there is no point in researching about them again and again as they have already made the 70% progress by that. So its better to keep an eye on the progress and see what they are upto. Thats sufficient to know which coin to buy next?  Cheesy
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May 31, 2018, 05:23:30 AM
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For the coins I intend to purchase, I usually spend about a week or so to analyze the rationality of the new project, the composition of the team, and the allocation of ICO funds. Besides, the activity of social media platform is also a very important factor.
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May 31, 2018, 05:31:05 AM
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Generally, I spend about two hours researching a project.
Because most of the time, you need to carefully browse the white paper and the open source code of gtihub, and social channels are also an important reference standard.

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May 31, 2018, 05:33:41 AM
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As a buyer i send a lot of time sifting through a bunch of different medium (forums,websites,discord,telegram,whitepapers,social media) looking at my next buy.Im curious on how much time others spend on research?
If you do not want to miss out on the positive time to buy, then you will not spend a lot of time on the top coin, as they have already proved their loyalty and stability, but for the rest of the coins and some tokens you need to analyze their entire history and how they behaved themselves in favorable for the market and not very time.
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May 31, 2018, 05:35:36 AM
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As a buyer i send a lot of time sifting through a bunch of different medium (forums,websites,discord,telegram,whitepapers,social media) looking at my next buy.Im curious on how much time others spend on research?
Since that is the most crucial decision one has to make, maximum time should be allocated to it.
We spend all our lives doing 9-5 Jobs in order to name money and if we waste that money by blindly investing anywhere we want without researching thoroughly about the coin, then we are probably playing with our hard earned money. This should be avoided at all costs.
Do spend fair bit of time researching about the coins.
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May 31, 2018, 05:37:50 AM
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Normally I take few days to research about the projects and also read all the reviews about that project before investing and also will ask the suggestions from online crypto related friends about that project then only we can evaluate fully about the project.

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May 31, 2018, 05:38:49 AM
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As a buyer i send a lot of time sifting through a bunch of different medium (forums,websites,discord,telegram,whitepapers,social media) looking at my next buy.Im curious on how much time others spend on research?
That would be a good steps doing deep research before investing. What you did is highly recommended to those who wants to invest in order not to be fall being scammed. Gathering lots of idea beforw investing is the strong tool for a high percentage of success. In my case I am still on the stage of doing research to which I will invest at the same time learning data analysis and strategy.
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May 31, 2018, 05:52:09 AM
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as long as there is a transaction I examine it all, if I am sure or discouraged to hold it then I will not think long, then I will sell it and move on to another altcoin that I also find its potential. seeing a highly volatile and significant fluctuation of altcoin made me much faster to examine the altcoin I had.
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May 31, 2018, 05:53:51 AM
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It depends on veriouse things. At the moment, im not very interested about investing in something new because of the market. So this means to me that i do not mae a lot of researches about new projects at the moment. The most time i spend for crypto actually is cheking the charts and participaiting in bounty campaigns and airdrops!
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May 31, 2018, 07:35:30 PM
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It takes quite a lot of time to choose the ICO project you want to invest in. Now I have stopped choosing ICO projects, and just waiting for the emergence of new coins on the Exchanges and then do the analysis of projects.

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May 31, 2018, 07:42:05 PM
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It always take me so long to conclude my research about any coin i want to buy, we are talking about money actually : I can't afford to loose my money, hence I'll rather buy a good coin that will yield well. Make your research as long as you can believe in the coin you want to buy.
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May 31, 2018, 07:53:50 PM
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I am only a few months old here and do not have much knowledge about cryptocurrency so for that I spend about 3-4 hours per day to find a lot of information and read some articles about cryptocurrency and for ico i just learned and tried for a small investment
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May 31, 2018, 08:02:55 PM
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There is no specific duration for me. Sometimes you go to youtube and you see someone has already done an indepth and objective research and analysis for you in which you just spend some few hours to check if the claims are real and true before making your final decision.
Some other times I just do it from the ground up which takes up to weeks before forming a final opinon and decision.
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June 01, 2018, 11:15:25 AM
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I spend quite some quality time researching some promising coins good for buy. However, what has been so helpful so far are apps such as Blockfolio, Coin portfolio and some others. They are very useful to track the progress of any coin added on them/ desirable ones according to individuals. Also the Bitcointalk has been helping immensely due to peoples good contributions.
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