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March 08, 2015, 07:07:18 AM
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just do trading like fx, never try any marketing gimmicks.
bitcoin exchange i choose lakebtc.

profits form casino is faster than exchange

but I agree with you.
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March 08, 2015, 08:02:02 AM
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Do you invest? Or do you mine? Or do you trade? Or do you just hold your bitcoins?

For me i just hold my bitcoin and then sell it when i need it or when the price go higher
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March 08, 2015, 09:30:41 AM
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just do trading like fx, never try any marketing gimmicks.
bitcoin exchange i choose lakebtc.

profits form casino is faster than exchange

Sorry, but "profits form casino" sounds a bit oxymoronic to me (been there, seen that). It is not given that trading will earn you anything in the end, but it is with casinos. That you lose everything eventually.
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March 08, 2015, 10:25:33 AM
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just do trading like fx, never try any marketing gimmicks.
bitcoin exchange i choose lakebtc.

profits form casino is faster than exchange

Sorry, but "profits form casino" sounds a bit oxymoronic to me (been there, seen that). It is not given that trading will earn you anything in the end, but it is with casinos. That you lose everything eventually.

You could profit by investing in the casino bankroll but you will likely lose if you play against the house.
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March 08, 2015, 10:40:31 AM
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just do trading like fx, never try any marketing gimmicks.
bitcoin exchange i choose lakebtc.

profits form casino is faster than exchange

Sorry, but "profits form casino" sounds a bit oxymoronic to me (been there, seen that). It is not given that trading will earn you anything in the end, but it is with casinos. That you lose everything eventually.

You could profit by investing in the casino bankroll but you will likely lose if you play against the house.

This could work in theory, but worthy casinos (like PrimeDice bitcoin casino) don't allow investing in the casino bankroll (as far as I know). On the other hand, scams like DiceBitco.in did just that in the past, so it is all six of one and half a dozen of the other.
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March 08, 2015, 12:50:39 PM
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Some things. Buy when low and sell when price goes up. Invest in projects that make payedouts for hodling. Do services for BTC pay like sig files etc. Trade altcoins for proffits. Get some from faucets. Hope this helps get started and good luck!

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March 08, 2015, 01:19:11 PM
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Altcoins are usually not what I would call an investment, but the short-term trading can be exciting and very profitable.

Could explain a investment to me then please because i am confused  Huh

I see an investment as investing x amount of money into anything where by i expect to get a return and i ie i invest into a 'altcoin' in the hope i can grow my bankroll.

I invested into the new/old coin and made a return so my investment was a good one   Roll Eyes
To me it seems, that by a buy investment Bit_Happy means something that can be bought and hold, as opposed to something that is an investment in the shorter time perspective.

Sorry but still confused here's why, i brought a couple of coins when they was about a 3rd of the price they are now so i brought them and i held them, 1 of them for near on a year until it go where i had a feeling it would. They are 2 different things either investing in a coin or trading a coin where i never mentioned trading a coin. Hope that clears that up.

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March 08, 2015, 09:17:45 PM
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I invest mainly, and I also do a bit of cloud mining. Of course I hold, any smart person would know that.  Wink

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March 09, 2015, 01:27:21 AM
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I see im not the only one gathering ideas for some extra returns. Right now im trading both altcoin and bitcoin , not much profit there since i mostly
do trades that are prety certain to be profitable ones, i just dont like large risks of not being able to rebuy. With altcoins its a different game, there either you will big or loose, but theres little volume, so not worth investing much.
Im curently thinking about giving loans, it seams like the safest bet if u take a good collateral, worth of giving a try.

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March 09, 2015, 04:24:38 AM
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do not invest and do not make trades, only gambling and get bitcoin of signature campaign Smiley
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