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June 24, 2018, 05:52:38 AM
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It's depends on you,what you decided to yourself,it depends on your believe,but i want to continue with it,because i believe that it's price will rise again.so don't lost your hope.
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June 24, 2018, 07:22:30 AM
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While the Bitcoin price has recently been under the 7000, some investors decide to move away from it, while others see it as an interesting entry point.
What is the right thing guys ?
Are you serious talking move away?

Drastic decline does occur at the end of June. Many people who have spoken in the month before the bitcoin price will be at the lower price in June, and it happens. And now the downturn will continue and some experts think the bitcoin price will drop to $ 5000, we can see it will happen.

But to talk about the decline in bitcoin prices right now makes investors move away I just believe 10%, and even then they are new to cryptocurrency and decided to invest and incur losses including you. For the users they who have a long time investing in bitcoin they will still invest in bitcoin even though bitcoin prices dropped dramatically. It's a good time to buy for they, they will not leave cryptocurrency for sure.
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June 24, 2018, 08:24:25 AM
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bitcoin is currently experiencing anxiety a lot of bad news and some FUD in circulation and can make bitcoin prices to go down because many traders are easily panic that makes bitcoin collapsed.

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June 24, 2018, 09:04:41 AM
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bitcoin is currently down and is experiencing a better price drop you buy as much as you can if you have bitcoin then all you can do is just hold.

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June 24, 2018, 09:14:21 AM
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bitcoin is currently experiencing anxiety a lot of bad news and some FUD in circulation and can make bitcoin prices to go down because many traders are easily panic that makes bitcoin collapsed.
This will not make bitcoin collapsed. This can leave many people without profit or reduce their profit but it always happens. After takeoff, the plane lands at the airport for refueling and takes off again. I am sure that bitcoin will do the same. You have to be patient or accept defeat. Everyone chooses for himself what he wants.
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June 24, 2018, 09:45:53 AM
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bitcoin is currently experiencing anxiety a lot of bad news and some FUD in circulation and can make bitcoin prices to go down because many traders are easily panic that makes bitcoin collapsed.

Nah the weak hands are already out. And now only the dumb retail traders/investors will begin to short, so close to the bottom.
Doesn't matter if we go down to 5k or 4k. To sell after a drop of ~70% you just don't sell anymore!
Now is the time to buy. When people are complaining and rage quitting on twitter, you know that you should begin to average in!
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June 24, 2018, 09:59:42 AM
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bitcoin is currently experiencing anxiety a lot of bad news and some FUD in circulation and can make bitcoin prices to go down because many traders are easily panic that makes bitcoin collapsed.
This will not make bitcoin collapsed. This can leave many people without profit or reduce their profit but it always happens. After takeoff, the plane lands at the airport for refueling and takes off again. I am sure that bitcoin will do the same. You have to be patient or accept defeat. Everyone chooses for himself what he wants.

Yeah, it always happen because not all the time the market is green. We should accept the reality and we should be wise enough to handle this kind of technology. This is the disadvantage of being volatile the sudden drop and cryptocurrencies are uncontrolled so no one can really make it stable.

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June 24, 2018, 10:02:59 AM
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It's just a matter of faith and belief in bitcoin, if you think that the price could skyrocket again within a month or years then why would you ignore the decline instead of buying in? And if you felt that it won't recover again then you may jump to another coins or token.

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June 24, 2018, 10:55:05 AM
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While the Bitcoin price has recently been under the 7000, some investors decide to move away from it, while others see it as an interesting entry point.
What is the right thing guys ?

Crypto is unstable, and the price can soar and can also fall low. A low price would be a good time to buy, crypto will not forever fall and can definitely recover to increase its value and when a high price means profit is in our hands.
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