Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by strebitel86, Feb 22, 2020.
Anyone in here invests in cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and etc.?
How's your investment? Where did you invest?
92 (XRP) Ripples and counting.
Is Cryptocurrency better than Stocks?
Mine are up a ton, but I bought Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin about 3 years ago
I'll short them when they all eventually tank.
I think the word you're looking for in thread title is "speculate".
Think about this: Stocks are fractional ownership of a business and to be traded on a big public stock exchange must comply with reporting requirements including being audited. A business tries to sell goods or services to make money. A cryptocurrency is not a business, just like a piece of fried chicken that looks like Abe Lincoln is not a business.
This thread will be sorely lacking in actual investment principles
Wow, that's fantastic. I guess you're now a Sherdog Millionaire.
XRP is on a decline.
Think we have a big investment thread somewhere
Btw you from Питер?
Bitcoin just went to shit a few hours ago so HODL mofos.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Chainlink
The only three I'm currently invested in, currently accumulating as much Link as possible before I really focus on the other two again.
Reminds me of the Dutch tulip mania when, at the peak of tulip mania, in February 1637, some single tulip bulbs sold for more than 10 times the annual income of a skilled craftsworker.
tulips are clearly the future. How else will we exchange elicit goods without the government knowing?!
I have 300 bucks of bitcoin.
532 stellar lumens.
I’ll prob hold them for years and see if any get crazy high. I’m my mind the money is already gone so I don’t really care if I lose it or not. Who knows where this shit will be 10 years from now.
Recently started buying crypto. Started with XRP @$.16... it's had a high of $3.05. Also dabbling in Etherium which at this time is $138...
Bitcoin and etherum only for me. Xrp is probably the worst out there. It's been out for a few yrs and hasn't really made no gains.