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May 20, 2015, 12:30:38 AM
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May 20, 2015, 06:05:34 AM
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Hey guys, i have a little btc set back and i was wondering which altcoin that costs less than 10k satoshis i should  invest in
what coin do you think i should invest in and why?

What do you value in a coin? I ask because a coin should be a long-term commitment; the same way if you're investing in a stock: once you decide to invest in a stock, you should then follow that stock's news, updates, quarterly reports, incoming and outgoing personnel, R&D, competitors, ect....

Find the one(s) that fits your needs and start researching. The monetary investment is only the beginning stage to what should be a mutually beneficial relationship.

I'm assuming when you say invest that you mean investing and not trading--which are two different skill-sets that sometimes, but not always, overlap.

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