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Question: At what price would you buy 1 BTC?
$400 - 36 (33%)
$350 - 9 (8.3%)
$300 - 12 (11%)
$250 - 8 (7.3%)
$200 - 1 (0.9%)
$150 - 2 (1.8%)
$100 - 3 (2.8%)
$50 - 13 (11.9%)
I am not buying any more - 18 (16.5%)
I am selling - 7 (6.4%)
Total Voters: 109

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September 24, 2014, 03:52:15 PM
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Foolish poll options.

$400 or less?

LOLOLOLOLOLOL

Daydreaming bear wishful thinking.

Get a life.

I think the problem here is you are a moron.  Your comment makes zero sense.

I HIGHLY.. HIGHLY doubt all 32 people that claimed the would buy a BTC at $400 actually went out and bought 1 BTC when it was earlier this week...

If you don't have $400 you cannot go out and buy at that price you cannot afford it..  There is zero chance we would of broken $400 if half of bitcoiners were ready to drop $400 on one BTC when it hit that price..


Conclusion:  ATTEMPT TO FIND AVG BUY SUPPORT FOR 1 BTC... UTTER UTTER FAILURE.  I think maybe 10% of people that took this poll understood you cannot go out and buy 1 BTC at $400 when you are in highschool with zero income.

A better poll would be the age of the bitcoin holders
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September 25, 2014, 02:51:30 AM
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  I'm not buying anymore. I'm going to hold what I've got and see what happens.
  If BTC turns to shit then I wont really miss what i'll have gambled.
 
 

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September 25, 2014, 01:30:59 PM
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99.99% of people out there can't and even if they can, aren't going to spend 400$ on a bitcoin, so i fear the price keeps crashing, and I fear people just don't see the appeal in owning less than 1 BTC. 1 BTC gives you an instant dopamine rush, 0.012 BTC sounds like shit and that's what most people could afford (im talking middle class, not even considering poor countries).
If it goes to double figures, im going to buy as much as possible, because I know it will eventually reach six figures, but the question is... how do we know we are in front of the opportunity of our lifetimes, or we are catching one of the biggest falling knives ever.
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September 27, 2014, 07:01:38 PM
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As long as USD is doing good and the stock markets are on the upside, money won't flow into BTC and we will see sustained BTC price drop. That said, its a good price right now to hoard up and become one of the HODLERS.

End of year is generally when BTC makes its run, hopefully money will come flowing into BTC starting October.
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