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November 29, 2013, 12:09:40 PM
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In my view it depends on how you look at things - If you're buying BTC with a view to long term gain then perhaps - But if you're simply day trading with the key to profit from prolific price shifts then I'd say the boat hasn't even arrived.....
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November 29, 2013, 12:17:32 PM
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Well wait for your turn, the boat stops at set regular intervals  Wink

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November 29, 2013, 12:24:21 PM
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Suppose I missed the new boat.   First read about bitcoins years ago, didn't really seem worth the hassle when it was worth $3 etc hah
Started doing some mining about 7 months ago although the hardware I was using was nearly 3 years old (great ATI gaming card at the time), about 0.1 coins a week.

Had a couple of coins, thought I would try a bit of arbitrage between Bitstamp and GOX.  Well it worked however good lucking getting any Fiat money out of GOX! This was at around $200+ USD which felt like a massive return at the time relative to traditional market investment.

Sat in their outpayment queue for about a month with no indication of where I was in this alleged queue, gave up and got the funds put back into the account.  I should have bought back into BTC at the time and left it however I sort of just forgot about it, next thing I hear bitcoins are $800+ lol

Oh well :-) Have bought back into BTC via GOX (my only option) however could have been a lot more enjoyable if I just held my BTC

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November 29, 2013, 12:28:21 PM
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I missed..   Cry

but now i will focus on alt coins.. waiting for next boom. (in my luck, it will never happen or i miss it somehow)

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November 29, 2013, 12:29:44 PM
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Will it stop at me.

I just started to looking for the boat.

Hope I could catch it this week and look for a profit next week.

Does anyone have other opinion?
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November 29, 2013, 12:36:37 PM
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aww, I should have put everything I have into bitcoin when I first heard of it 2 years ago.
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November 29, 2013, 12:46:18 PM
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As more people and businesses accept bitcoins to transact, its value will go up as it will become a more useful currency.

I don't see why you think that the boat has sailed already.  Also, why would anyone want to have missed the boat?  In reality it's not a boat since you can exit whenever you like.  If you think that you've made enough profit, just sell.

The real risks with bitcoins are keeping them safe.  You have very little assurance with online services since there are no legal guarantees that your coins are safe like a recognized currency in a bank.

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