GayPalPayPal is notorious for freezing accounts (e.g. they banned Roosh) & asking you intrusive questions when you want to withdraw your money. I'm not sure they even allow you to send Btc to other wallets. I'd avoid any serious Btc purchases using PayPal as you might be stuck in their system.
You think a dump is coming with the price hitting 12K? I am fairly new to bitcoin so sorry for the ignorance.
I am looking to invest. I put in 1K at 10,000 and am curious if I should put more into bitcoin or ethereum or maybe 1/2 and 1/2. You guys more bullish on one over the other?
would you rather invest in coca cola or the operation im running in my basement where I fill up used water bottles with tap water and sugar...?I am looking to invest. I put in 1K at 10,000 and am curious if I should put more into bitcoin or ethereum or maybe 1/2 and 1/2. You guys more bullish on one over the other?
This is a bitcoin thread, so if you want to discuss the extent to which you believe in ethereum, you should post about that in another thread, such as the crypto thread.
The last sentence of my earlier post suggested all of the personal factors that any guy should be considering when figuring out his investment strategy and approach...
With bitcoin you should be considering potentially a 4 year or longer investment time horizon with accumulation goals in mind, so largely buying and holding until you reach your goal whether that is a 1% to 10% investment allocation or some other amount that is comfortable for you. I doubt that it is practical to approach ethereum with similar long term investment horizons, since they are not even clear about what they are exactly.. so why fuck around with that crap - unless you are into short term gambling and you believe that you can time your entrance and exit before it may potentially go to crap.
Of course, even bitcoin has potentials for going to crap, but it seems to be on a lot more solid ground than ethereum or any other shitcoin that you might want to gamble with.
One of the most solid investment plans is to dollar cost average - but of course, you can front run and lumpsum that dca approach, too.
Even though historical performance does not guarantee future results, you can see from this website that the longer that you have been DCA-ing into BTC, the better your portfolio performance compared with gold and equities.
I personally believe that if you spend time building your BTC investment in order to reach some kind of reasonable accumulation goal then maybe after you reach your goal, then you can reconsider the extent that you may want to include any shitcoins, such as ethereum in your investment plan.. and likely if you spend considerable time building your investment, then you may well recognize that if you do want to gamble on some of those other projects, your desire would likely not be very strong beyond a few percentages of the value of your BTC holdings.
Any recommended exchanges in europe? is it bitstamp, bitcoin.de or kraken? anything else?
On one hand, it's nice seeing the prices go up... but on the other hand, I was hoping to accumulate more at the 10k level.