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If it's not bitcoin or ether, it's a shitcoin

1 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-06 22:46
You may think your portfolio is full of "mooncoins" or "altcoins" or whatever name you've given them, but the reality is in 5-10 years BTC and Eth will still be here and your shitcoins won't be

Whatever justification you have for your shitcoin reaching new heights, it's bullshit. Chart patterns are just horoscopes and coin values follow trends not implementation

You might as well play roulette if you're staking in shitcoins, if you're aware of this then cool, but don't try to justify your $50k shitcoin portfolio as anything more than gambling
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-06 22:58
The only real coins are the ones the government actively hates. Bitcoin and eth have brand recognition but impractical transfer fees and privacy. That's why white house black market only uses monero.
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-17 15:41
Cryptocurrency is the path to freeing yourself from the kikes. Why didn't you people buy crypto like me? This was made off an initial investment of $60k.
4 Name: Anonymous 2021-05-07 07:35
my theory as doge of doge and etherium. While etherium has trade value, it has no banking usage. This is because it has no stock, but valued in exchange props of a retail bubble. If you know you are going to trade low, you get the value on your purchase through medium interest charges, because no matter what, etherium has a value not a cost. Its free rent. But doge, on the other hand, is infinitely reproducable. It allows for trade, so it must be that the trade doesnt commodity the dollar ammount rather than the cost of units. Its a morbid rate, rather than a counter charge. Morbidity is determined by the stock meter, so if there is a monopoly on it; the bets are charged in imperium, as colonization of such brand makes property retail a coined rather than a freelance cost-value-exchange.
5 Name: Anonymous 2021-05-07 08:28
On Monday I sold all of my stock and bought ETC, sold on Tuesday, bought again on Tuesday when it dipped, and put maybe another 1k in since then. Maybe 8k in, it's worth roughly 22k now. Should I hold /prog/ruvs? I'm scared of hyperinflation and a potential stock market crash? Should I cash out and buy gold and silver? (Or lumber. Lol).

I know some of you autistic fags are cashing in on something. I don't have a pressing situation where I need money fast, or anything like that, just... ya know?
6 Name: Anonymous 2021-05-07 09:38
>>5
Just depends.

Cryptos are purely speculative, they serve no purpose other than you hope someone will pay you more for imaginary things than you did. That being said, there is obviously a shit ton of money to be made in the crypto world, which still does not validate their lack of purpose or anything useful, but it's something worth considering.

On the other hand I've owned gold and silver for several years now. It's a nice store of value and has several purposes, especially silver. That being said, neither crypto nor the metals provide any sort of dividend or return, but I do sleep well at night knowing my metal will never be valued at $0.

All a matter of perspective and what your goals are. The only people to truly pity are the ones buying crypto and clinging to them like their safe havens. Gonna be a lot of jumpers when that dream becomes reality. Don't do that and you'll be golden.

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