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Bitcoin surpasses $41,000 for first time since April 2022

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It's gonna get real fun by early 2025. I am glad i've been holding for years. Bring out the downvotes, no-coiners!

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Bring out the downvotes, no-coiners!

Im holding the "In your face" comments for 100k, but it is getting awfully tempting.

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A photograph, but no mention of Sam Bankman-Fried...

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The guys on the pictures remind me not to waste money in crypto farces..

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Oooohhhh, the tender bubble inflates again and then bursts, and again the crypto fools lose their money again, and again...

They have to wait if Musk says something stupid and the little tender bubble gain value...

LOOOOOL!!!...

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@tokyoliving

Hard to understand your issue here. Yes, the bubble inflates, then bursts, but if you simply buy when it’s already burst and sell once its inflated, you can make a lot of money.

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Bought at 31k and thought I got in too late.

This was not expected.

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Hard to understand your issue here. Yes, the bubble inflates, then bursts, but if you simply buy when it’s already burst and sell once its inflated, you can make a lot of money.

Market cycles are beyond some peoples comprehension.

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Crypto-currencies such as bitcoin, are simply useless and counter-environmentally friendly... sure the technology behind them (Block-chain) is interesting, if not a heavy drain upon electricity.

However....

Imagine a post Nuclear War environment... where have your crypto ownings gone ? Gold however has an intrinsic value based upon it's practical use which will last forever.

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Imagine a post Nuclear War environment... where have your crypto ownings gone ? Gold however has an intrinsic value based upon it's practical use which will last forever.

Okay. Enjoy your gold, oldman. I will enjoy getting rich off bitcoin.

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Just like a Pyramid Scheme, bitcoin really only makes money for those who bought into it, at the really low end. Now with it's costs being so high, returns are not so great. Especially, if you consider the amount of money you're locking in, in the hope of making a profit.

Sadly Bitcoin investment is seen as an easy way to make money, yet its comes at an expense to Commerce.

Small Companies seeking funding to expand their operations would be a far better investment for your Capital, as at least that has the potential of benefiting all - and generating equitably wealth for all, rather than ploughing your money into a virtual item that benefits no-one, except the power companies and the likes of NVIDEA.

If the US to permits Virtual currencies to become ETF Tradable, then they may as well allow Powerball / Lottery investments as ETFs - at least you know then, what you're dealing with.

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