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Title says it all, with the looming possibility of a market crash and bitcoin on the rise I wanted to move some funds out of savings and into bitcoin as an investment. I’ve heard rumors of a dip soon in bitcoin before it skyrockets, should I wait for a dip, buy now, etc. Just looking for some thoughts on the matter from those who are more experienced and the long term holder who see patterns and buy more frequently.
First Mover: As Fed Nears Inflation Rubicon, Analysts See $50K Bitcoin in Play The Federal Reserve appears ready to pursue yet another untested strategy that could ultimately boost inflation – and possibly prices for bitcoin.
First Mover: As Fed Nears Inflation Rubicon, Analysts See $50K Bitcoin in Play The Federal Reserve appears ready to pursue yet another untested strategy that could ultimately boost inflation – and possibly prices for bitcoin. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)
I’m 1/mo into playing this wonderful drug of a game and curious what the past GPU prices have been like? Would it be wiser to wait for GPU prices to drop or does it look like they’re here to stay? I assume they’ll drop over time as people upgrade their hideouts. Any thoughts welcome thx!!
"Different types of people will pay successively higher prices for Bitcoin; skeptics will overcome their objections first, then the cynics, and then the haters. And the haters will end up paying the highest price."
Litecoin price rise (or also price fall) that isnt correlated immediately with bitcoin may foreshadow an influenced price for bitcoin.
Approx march 15th 2019 litecoin rises in price. Bitcoin followed to rise roughly one week later. It happened a few times again in April, May, and June in 2019. Its also reflected the falling of a price as well before bitcoin would tank. Alessio Rastini has talked about this in some of his videos. Below is a link of one his videos. https://youtu.be/sOGhfLXnJbw Just an interesting observation considering that Litecoin is sometimes a test subject for some of bitcoins protocols.
I have been a bitcoin holdeuseadvocate for some time...I love the anonymity, simplicity of management and control it gives you compared to relying on banks/cards/e-wallets. When it rose to $2500 ish last year I gave everyone who works for me a bitcoin - on the proviso that if they sold it they first paid back my $2500. They’re still up at this price, and it would seem to be a fair and rational degree of growth for a year and a half. If it drops to $2500 no biggie...much beyond that, ok I would be surprised. Anyway...it’s still great. Scaling and usability need solutions but it’s still great and it still works. Hang in there people and enjoy the ride!
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