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August 11, 2018, 08:26:23 AM
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No it is not true.If they have proper knowledge and understanding then they can't be dangerous for the  BTC or for cryptomarket.They should be risk takers and should have patience otherwise they will take wrong decisions which will contribute to dump.Before investing in btc they should collect all the relevant and correct information regarding bitcoin then only they should invest.

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August 11, 2018, 08:32:13 AM
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newbies to bitcoin is not dangerous i feel  but they are so excited  never be patience to wait to hold or sell at high price some people really dont understand when to sell  at how much target , some people still waiting to get more profit  .  newbies need to learn to be patience in bear market and holding the cryptocurrency or bitcoin  certain time period no need to panic or sell the bitcoin so cheap much better  they can learn everything how the function of trading and accumulating the bitcoin.
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August 11, 2018, 08:55:08 AM
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Yes, new users of Bitcoin are very dangerous. There are now many poor quality posts on social networks, even phishing. It makes others look bad on Bitcoin. New people will be attacked by scammers. In addition, Bitcoin's newcomer will not know how to make a profit, which will cause a loss of money unfortunately.
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August 11, 2018, 09:13:08 AM
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I have run into several Bitcoin "newbies" over the last couple of months, that are spreading the wrong information on forums and/or in person. Their intentions is good, but the results is bad, because they did not do proper research.

Some of these people are selling themselves as experts, because they have been in the scene for a few months. I have been in the scene for years and I still know very little about EVERY aspect of this technology.

I think you should rather admit it, when you do not know something about the technology, than selling your little knowledge as facts. I will regularly tell people that I am not clued up with every aspect of this technology, but I always try to do proper research, when I encounter something that I am not 100% clued up on.

~ Ask, if you not sure.
~ Do not lie, if you are unsure.
~ Do proper research, before you educate other people.
~ Accept that you will not know it all.
~ Fact check what you already know.
~ Do not argue, if you not sure about your facts.

Let's agree that we all learn something new about this great technology almost every day, so only a small amount of us are experts.  Wink
Newbies are not dangerous for BTC or the other Crypto market, they are - just like us - excited to earn something from BTC ( knowledge or money,..). However, if they spread those misleading information, it maybe dangerous for the other people who are interested in BTC. That's why we should stay alert and be careful when reading any information about Crypto and before making any decisions.
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August 11, 2018, 10:33:11 AM
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I have run into several Bitcoin "newbies" over the last couple of months, that are spreading the wrong information on forums and/or in person. Their intentions is good, but the results is bad, because they did not do proper research.

Some of these people are selling themselves as experts, because they have been in the scene for a few months. I have been in the scene for years and I still know very little about EVERY aspect of this technology.

I think you should rather admit it, when you do not know something about the technology, than selling your little knowledge as facts. I will regularly tell people that I am not clued up with every aspect of this technology, but I always try to do proper research, when I encounter something that I am not 100% clued up on.

~ Ask, if you not sure.
~ Do not lie, if you are unsure.
~ Do proper research, before you educate other people.
~ Accept that you will not know it all.
~ Fact check what you already know.
~ Do not argue, if you not sure about your facts.

Let's agree that we all learn something new about this great technology almost every day, so only a small amount of us are experts.  Wink

The most important thing when you are a newbie is always study to gain enough knowledge before involving to something, include cryptocurrency.
Newbies can spread the positive things about cryptocurrency too if they have a right understanding about crypto.
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August 12, 2018, 06:22:01 AM
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And what beginners can be a threat to bitcoin?! Bitcoin compare the dollar to the already established coin and is unlikely to come down from the arena of the crypto market in the foreseeable future. On the contrary, the more people can buy it, the higher its capitalization and strength will be.
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August 12, 2018, 06:30:24 AM
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I have run into several Bitcoin "newbies" over the last couple of months, that are spreading the wrong information on forums and/or in person. Their intentions is good, but the results is bad, because they did not do proper research.

Some of these people are selling themselves as experts, because they have been in the scene for a few months. I have been in the scene for years and I still know very little about EVERY aspect of this technology.

I think you should rather admit it, when you do not know something about the technology, than selling your little knowledge as facts. I will regularly tell people that I am not clued up with every aspect of this technology, but I always try to do proper research, when I encounter something that I am not 100% clued up on.

~ Ask, if you not sure.
~ Do not lie, if you are unsure.
~ Do proper research, before you educate other people.
~ Accept that you will not know it all.
~ Fact check what you already know.
~ Do not argue, if you not sure about your facts.

Let's agree that we all learn something new about this great technology almost every day, so only a small amount of us are experts.  Wink

I agree. Bitcoin investments are for everyone, but beware for the newbies do not know what they do. Always be mindful of the amount you're willing to give or lose because eventually, everything will crumble down if you went all in without proper strategy in terms of investments.

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August 12, 2018, 06:36:08 AM
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in my view, there are now many who know bitcoin and very many are interested in going into bitcoin. currently beginners are very many and often believe in bad news about bitcoin. and strangely, the beginner actually continues the news by taking links and asking elsewhere. so many people know that it causes the FUD to spread.
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August 12, 2018, 08:04:16 AM
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Hello, I'm new.
Before entering the forum I took the time to learn about bitcoin on websites, newspapers, and books. And now at the bitcointalk forum, I understand more about virtual currency. I decided to enter this market and am learning from the experiences you shared. I know that once you get involved in the virtual currency market, there are benefits and vice versa that risk cannot be avoided. I am seriously trying on the bitcoin market. Hope that I will make a profit from it.
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August 12, 2018, 08:07:14 AM
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I have run into several Bitcoin "newbies" over the last couple of months, that are spreading the wrong information on forums and/or in person. Their intentions is good, but the results is bad, because they did not do proper research.

Some of these people are selling themselves as experts, because they have been in the scene for a few months. I have been in the scene for years and I still know very little about EVERY aspect of this technology.

I think you should rather admit it, when you do not know something about the technology, than selling your little knowledge as facts. I will regularly tell people that I am not clued up with every aspect of this technology, but I always try to do proper research, when I encounter something that I am not 100% clued up on.

~ Ask, if you not sure.
~ Do not lie, if you are unsure.
~ Do proper research, before you educate other people.
~ Accept that you will not know it all.
~ Fact check what you already know.
~ Do not argue, if you not sure about your facts.

Let's agree that we all learn something new about this great technology almost every day, so only a small amount of us are experts.  Wink
yeah i am newbie when it comes to bitcoin market price and my mistake is that i usually have my own strategy and now where market price is down i am losing some my money because i had traded my crypto and now i invested again. I wish i could be able to recover some of my loses one day. I know that there could be another tough market price for the cryptocurrency. I should be ready for it again.

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August 12, 2018, 08:08:20 AM
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I have run into several Bitcoin "newbies" over the last couple of months, that are spreading the wrong information on forums and/or in person. Their intentions is good, but the results is bad, because they did not do proper research.

Some of these people are selling themselves as experts, because they have been in the scene for a few months. I have been in the scene for years and I still know very little about EVERY aspect of this technology.

I think you should rather admit it, when you do not know something about the technology, than selling your little knowledge as facts. I will regularly tell people that I am not clued up with every aspect of this technology, but I always try to do proper research, when I encounter something that I am not 100% clued up on.

~ Ask, if you not sure.
~ Do not lie, if you are unsure.
~ Do proper research, before you educate other people.
~ Accept that you will not know it all.
~ Fact check what you already know.
~ Do not argue, if you not sure about your facts.

Let's agree that we all learn something new about this great technology almost every day, so only a small amount of us are experts.  Wink
Yes its true, because they do not have enough information about and the do not have search further information on how bitcoin runs and work. Newbies can be good in bitcoin because it is a factor that bitcoin is spreading an  popular but if they do not use bitcoin into good manner then, they will be a toxic in bitcoin world.
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August 12, 2018, 08:21:39 AM
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The newbies to bitcoin can make mistakes since they are quiet new  in this new world of crypto currency.If a newbie is investing to bitcoin he might not be knowing the right entry point and if he is entering to the market to a higher point if there is an immediate drop in market he will be in panic and will be selling bitcoin to a wrong level and he will be booking lose such panic selling will effect the market adversely
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August 12, 2018, 08:36:07 AM
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For me, technically, it's not just the newbies, I think the more appropriate term is those easily swayed by FUDs. It is not about the tenure or how long have you been using Bitcoin but it is about your resilience and strength in facing false news, FUDs, especially the real bad news, how you deal with them would direct your course of actions which will lead to the market activity, whether good or bad. People should make sure that they equip their selves with the knowledge, skills and traits necessary to be successful in this industry.

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August 12, 2018, 08:37:39 AM
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many people not know doing in bitcoin can be dangerous, but if people know that doing teach people to do we not dangerous to join bitcoin and not fear for people scam.
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August 12, 2018, 07:31:37 PM
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Properly, blockchain engineering can be a fresh engineering and also fresh revisions utilize to take place once in a while. A good one who may well contact themselves a professional just isn't a professional but for some stage. And it's really thus unlucky the rookies which merely started off together with bitcoin seems around this kind of 'experts' since owners. Also, the particular media and also webs usually are not supporting concerns result in many of them delivers unresearched write-up.
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August 12, 2018, 07:46:21 PM
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Let's agree that we all learn something new about this great technology almost every day, so only a small amount of us are experts.  Wink
I agree..
I am also still learning and to be honest I still don't understand how Blckchain technology works.
we are permitted to argue but don't get lost and make a loss for yourself and others.
spread the good news about this technology and invite to join the community. Wink

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August 12, 2018, 07:54:07 PM
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Completely no one has information not only about bitcoin but also about other crypto-currencies.
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August 12, 2018, 07:54:57 PM
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Absolutely rightly said. Most beginners and not only constantly give wrong advice to other investors and thus make the crypto currency market even less attractive for investments. And I also think that this is a big problem.
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August 12, 2018, 08:01:53 PM
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but without those newbies, the price would not be going higher than the actual one, newbies are crucial for any bussiness, cause they are puting money in here

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August 12, 2018, 08:40:21 PM
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It is a dangerous world because it can not fit your expectations to it, what I mean is while you're wearing your million dollars tomorrow, it can never happen because you're doing the wrong job.
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