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Remindme bot reminded me how unwise I was not to invest in bitcoin in 2014. 5 BTC today is $42k

Remindme bot reminded me how unwise I was not to invest in bitcoin in 2014. 5 BTC today is $42k submitted by SWEJO to mildlyinteresting [link] [comments]

In 2014 I sold 20+ Bitcoins at a 45% loss... Some investment advice.

My post when I sold https://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2ia8ni/daily_discussion_saturday_october_04_2014_part_2/cl0dbbb/
I was over invested and under researched.
I continued to read more and more and eventually bought back in.
I almost spent 1 BTC on 2000 ETH in the crowd sale but they didn't even have a working product then so I said fuck that. I have NO regrets about that as I would still not invest in vapourware. I've stuck to this rule so resisted pretty much every single alt and ICO, even through the mad bull run last year I stuck to my rule.
After ETH proved it's self and didn't collapse after the DAO I bought a bunch at around $20. When it hit $120 a few months later I sold some and paid off some debts, I still hodl the rest.
I read about this shit every single day, listen to podcasts that interview thought leaders and developers in the space, I put 1-2 hours a day for 5 years so far into reading about this. I have my eye on about 6 alts but have still not FOMO'd in as there will be plenty of time if they prove themselves. To date the only coins I have bought are BTC and ETH but might invest a little in some others soon.
Yes I've missed some stupendous alt gains but I'm still %1600 up on my initial investment. I HODL and don't day trade, I make 1 trade a year after shit tonnes of reading and listening.
Crypto isn't going anywhere but %99 of these projects will fail, stick to the proven ones and be super patient, this is a 10+ year investment for me. Look for interviews with the teams behind the projects you like. Are they smart or shmucks? Is there a passionate team? Is the innovation truly needed on a blockchain? Are they just after money?
Bear markets are the time to buy and move portfolio around.
Forget coinmarketcap, this is a much better tool for comparing the health of a project https://onchainfx.com/
Good luck.
TL;DR. Don't FOMO, crypto is a long term investment. Clear leaders will emerge way before they truly moon (real moon not hype moon). Do lot's of research with an open mind to spot the real innovations from the hype. Bear markets are buying opportunity, double down on the ones you truly back, dump the ones you don't.
EDIT: Hey all you hindsight geniuses who say that %1600 or 18x up is pathetic and they would have made 100x at least. Well I forgot to mention that I have already cashed out my initial investment (and some) so I am technically INFINITY % up. I also got my initial investment back by purely selling Bitcoin forks so I still have the same amount of BTC and ETH. Hope that helps. Thanks for your concern.
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Back in 2014 I bought these instead of bitcoin. How does my investment hold up

Back in 2014 I bought these instead of bitcoin. How does my investment hold up submitted by zleek to roosterteeth [link] [comments]

Brother apparently invested "a lot" in bitcoin for a while before he passed in 2014... can someone help me understand?

Ok, I literally know nothing about bitcoin. Can anyone give me any insight to what I may be dealing with?
I believe he began investing circa 2011 or 2012 and didn't stop close up until his tragic passing in July 2014.
He had $16,000+ in the bank to do with what he wanted when he started investing (not from bitcoin), and not including another side income. He was only 17-18 when he began, (just turned 20 when he passed) but really intelligent and ahead of his time. He would always tell me he was investing "a lot" because he believed it was going to blow up in a couple years. A lot of what he said went over my head, because I had never heard of it at that time, but he kept talking about mining them and was always telling my dad how it was going to really pay off.
The reason I'm asking is because he left me his Antminer bitman USB that he used for bitcoin, but no information...
I'm just gonna be honest, I'm super dumb at this stuff. This thing has just been sitting in my jewelry box forever. How would I go about figuring out what exactly is on this? Then what would I do? If I don't have the information I need - can I take it somewhere for someone to help me, or is it a lost cause that should just remain untouched?
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Depressed I bailed on investing 10k in bitcoin miners back in 2014 I WOULDA BEEN A MILLIONAIRE :( :( :(

I had a master plan to build 10 miners myself but i never clicked add to cart because i was saving my 100k for college. feelsbadman I hope everyone loses there money now so i dont feel like i missed out. >:)
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As someone who wouldnt even consider investing in cryptos until a month ago...I sometimes lay awake at night and hate 2013 me. And 2014 me...all the way up until I realized if I would have bought BTC on my birthday 4 months ago I still could have made 100%+. Life decision...yah know. /r/Bitcoin

As someone who wouldnt even consider investing in cryptos until a month ago...I sometimes lay awake at night and hate 2013 me. And 2014 me...all the way up until I realized if I would have bought BTC on my birthday 4 months ago I still could have made 100%+. Life decision...yah know. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Spanish bank @Bankinter invests in @coinffeine! (a decentralized bitcoin/FIAT exchange planning a release at the end of 2014)

Spanish bank @Bankinter invests in @coinffeine! (a decentralized bitcoin/FIAT exchange planning a release at the end of 2014) submitted by bitcoinrole to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How much you would have made if you invested in Bitcoin on the last big Bear Market in 2014.

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Peter Thiel Says He Will Become Bullish on Bitcoin When Transaction Volume Increases. Over $100mm has been invested in bitcoin startups in 2014 alone. What are your guys thoughts on this bitcoin boom thus far, especially in regards to startups?

For the Peter Thiel story you can read more here: http://www.coinsetter.com/bitcoin-news/2014/09/12/peter-thiel-says-will-become-bullish-bitcoin-transaction-volume-increases-1526
For more on the bitcoin startup investments you can read more here: http://www.coindesk.com/years-vc-funding-bitcoin-startups-already-beaten-last-years/
Just curious as to what the "traditional" startup world thinks of this. Feel free to be negative, feel free to be candid, I just want honest opinions and thoughts.
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CNBC: Warren Buffett called bitcoin 'a mirage' in 2014—here's where he says you should invest your money

CNBC: Warren Buffett called bitcoin 'a mirage' in 2014—here's where he says you should invest your money submitted by babsamajabsma to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Investment firm points out that under 25s had by far the worst investment record in 2014 because they "placed a higher emphasis on volatile investments like Bitcoin"

Investment firm points out that under 25s had by far the worst investment record in 2014 because they submitted by Buckfost to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin seem to be steadily increasing (not like in 2014). Should we expect a crash, a stabilization or is it time to invest?

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In 2014 I sold 20+ Bitcoins at a 45% loss... Some investment advice.

In 2014 I sold 20+ Bitcoins at a 45% loss... Some investment advice. submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Investments Take Off - Q2 2014 Sees Deal Activity High and Funding Almost Hit Level Seen in All of 2013

Bitcoin Investments Take Off - Q2 2014 Sees Deal Activity High and Funding Almost Hit Level Seen in All of 2013 submitted by mastermind1228 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin listed#27 investment in Forbes 2014 Guilde

Bitcoin listed#27 investment in Forbes 2014 Guilde submitted by nogorodnik to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Warren Buffett called bitcoin ‘a mirage’ in 2014—here’s where he says you should invest your money

Warren Buffett called bitcoin ‘a mirage’ in 2014—here’s where he says you should invest your money submitted by ravikaash to Cryptoalert [link] [comments]

Mom told me in 2014 that she invested 600 Bitcoin.

This year, I asked her to help me with my student loans by selling some of them.
She said she was only joking.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Brother apparently invested "a lot" in bitcoin for a while before he passed in 2014... can someon...

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Ok, I literally know nothing about bitcoin. Can anyone give me any insight to what I may be dealing with?
I believe he began investing circa 2011 or 2012 and didn't stop close up until his tragic passing in July 2014.
He had $16,000+ in the bank to do with what he wanted when he started investing (not from bitcoin), and not including another side income. He was only 17-18 when he began, (just turned 20 when he passed) but really intelligent and ahead of his time. He would always tell me he was investing "a lot" because he believed it was going to blow up in a couple years. A lot of what he said went over my head, because I had never heard of it at that time, but he kept talking about mining them and was always telling my dad how it was going to really pay off.
The reason I'm asking is because he left me his Antminer bitman USB that he used for bitcoin, but no information...
I'm just gonna be honest, I'm super dumb at this stuff. This thing has just been sitting in my jewelry box forever. How would I go about figuring out what exactly is on this? Then what would I do? If I don't have the information I need - can I take it somewhere for someone to help me, or is it a lost cause that should just remain untouched?
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Invested $500 in bitcoin in 2014 (3.5 coins) with Bitfloor, then they shuttered. Is there anything I can still do?

Back in 2014 I didn't know a lot about bitcoin (and I still don't), but I knew enough to get invested in it through an exchange called Bitfloor. I gave them about $500 and got about 3.5 bitcoins out of it. Then Bitfloor disappeared off the face of the planet, then came back saying they got hacked but would offer refunds. I never got any kind of refund from now. I kind of let it go at the time as a dumb waste of $500. I started thinking about more now that bitcoin has really been in the new lately, and my 3.5 coins is worth somewhere around $9,500.
I am just wondering if anyone here is familiar with the Bitfloor fiasco and if there is any recourse for me to get my coins back?
Thanks for your help. (P.S. yes, I know I am stupid, so let's just get that out of the way of any other discussion.)
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Back in 2014 I bought these instead of bitcoin. How does my investment hold up

Back in 2014 I bought these instead of bitcoin. How does my investment hold up submitted by ImagesOfNetwork to ImagesOfThe2010s [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Back in 2014 I bought these instead of bitcoin. How does my investment hold up /r/roosterteeth

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Back in 2014 I bought these instead of bitcoin. How does my investment hold up /roosterteeth submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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