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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Lad View Post
    The first ever purchase of goods for cryptocurrency on expat.ru has been successfully completed, I have received wonderful baseball caps from the US! Thank you very much, Fantastika! You are the star!
    Пожалуйста! I was quite impressed with the seamless integration of the two postal systems, and how the tracking overlaps and you can check the journey of your package online, going from door-to-door. Let me know if you want to do big order, resell Ami hats in Russland!
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    Does Res have a permission slip to be in this part of the forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Decahedron View Post
    Has anybody tried using automatic trading tools? Like 3commas.io? I'd like to know opinions )
    I don't understand what the purpose of 3commas is, but I googled "3commas scam" and only got one complaint, and that poster himself is kind of incoherent.

    Trustpilot.com has 3 complaints and 88% approval.

    3commas processes transactions through Paypal? I trust Paypal, been using them for a decade, and they've never done me wrong. Paypal wouldn't let them use their service if they were not on the up-and-up.

    But, don't jump in the water before you know what's lurking beneath the surface. It might not be gold and silver coins, but piranhas and sharks.
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    To the Moon again! https://www.ccn.com/newsflash-bitcoi...fficially-over
    Has everyone purchased the tickets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Lad View Post
    To the Moon again! https://www.ccn.com/newsflash-bitcoi...fficially-over
    Has everyone purchased the tickets?
    Wow, up to 4800?

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    Don't lose heart. I think we are scraping the bottom or almost, 5500 BTC should be the absolute minimum unless it is a total scam.
    As far as I can tell it's been below your 'total scam' level since November, and still is.

    I'm going with 'total scam.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Lad View Post
    To the Moon again! https://www.ccn.com/newsflash-bitcoi...fficially-over
    Has everyone purchased the tickets?
    Didn't you buy into BC when it was over 10k The wet dream turned into a nightmare for many.
    I'm glad I didn't buy into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge View Post
    Didn't you buy into BC when it was over 10k The wet dream turned into a nightmare for many.
    I'm glad I didn't buy into it.
    I was buying in portions and struggled on the way, bought some at 4200 too. Am -35% from my overall depot at the moment. Not too bad, given a whole bear year and like 35 times depreciation of some altcoins. I think we may see a spike to like 6800 this time, till April 10-13. Things happen quickly on this market. For me it is more like a cool game.

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    And by the way, I have zero bitcoin, I prefer altcoins. Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, NEM and some Ethereum. That's what I currently have.

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    Bitcoin appears to be steadily moving up.

    I was just about to cash in my Ripple, but it's gone to 36 from 30...
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    To the Moon!!!!!!

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    I have fully recuperated my losses and made some profits already. Thus the naysayers have been proven wrong. To the f'cking Moon now!) Well, altcoins are all rather low at the moment and the BTC dominance is extremely high, so, imho, the altcoins should have another leap. It has been a long journey down, all the losses have been recovered, so I am looking forward to some substantial gains now... I guess in the near future we may see BTC at 6K again, it will be a good time to buy. Now, hodling and selling time... The Beast has risen from the ashes. I have made a substantial gain from NEM, put most of my crypto into NEO when it was around USD11. Let's see for how much I will sell it in a week or two...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Lad View Post
    I have fully recuperated my losses and made some profits already. Thus the naysayers have been proven wrong. To the f'cking Moon now!) Well, altcoins are all rather low at the moment and the BTC dominance is extremely high, so, imho, the altcoins should have another leap. It has been a long journey down, all the losses have been recovered, so I am looking forward to some substantial gains now... I guess in the near future we may see BTC at 6K again, it will be a good time to buy. Now, hodling and selling time... The Beast has risen from the ashes. I have made a substantial gain from NEM, put most of my crypto into NEO when it was around USD11. Let's see for how much I will sell it in a week or two...
    Wait - so when you wrote before that below such-and-such a numerical level, it was 'total scam' territory, you meant that 'total scam' determination gets nullified if it then goes up again?

    It seems to me that the null hypothesis by your statements/logic should be that it is a total scam, and you just happen to be the total scammer who is making money - this time.

    What's that statement about poker? "If you can't tell who the patsy is, it's you..."

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    Wait - so when you wrote before that below such-and-such a numerical level, it was 'total scam' territory, you meant that 'total scam' determination gets nullified if it then goes up again?

    It seems to me that the null hypothesis by your statements/logic should be that it is a total scam, and you just happen to be the total scammer who is making money - this time.

    What's that statement about poker? "If you can't tell who the patsy is, it's you..."
    Quote me saying it is total scam. I have never claimed that. I would never invest in it if I thought it was a scam to begin with. I said it is a manipulated market, I still believe Morgan Stanley and some other very powerful banking structures are behind this market, this belief has only grown, many times, after I have been observing the price moves etc. for over a year now. I have never said it is a scam though, blockchain is a great technology with a fantastic future, its importance is that of Internet.
    My honest belief based on sound calculations is that the current breakeven price for bitcoin is around USD5K, so when it went below this amount down to 3K I said it is a scam territory and only two scenarios are possible: 1) the crypto scams altogether and its value drops to some scam-like values 2) it recovers relatively quickly. I continued to hodl and even bought more crypto when BTC was around 4K so I voted with my own money for the option #2*... Not sure what you are blaming me for here...
    You owe me an apology for not reading my bright thoughts carefully, Armoured. You may ask me though why I still think it is worth investing in cryptos knowing the price market is manipulated. The answer is - one can be successful on this market if he learns to think how the manipulators think and acts accordingly, taking into account the big picture surrounding this market. Besides, the manipulators are restricted by the technology in what they do with the prices. Capisce? That said, of course it is a very high-risk market so I have invested only what I can afford to lose and all the above is not a financial advise.

    * Ref. (dated 03-04-2019, 17:41):
    I was buying in portions and struggled on the way, bought some at 4200 too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Lad View Post
    To the Moon!!!!!!
    I was able to sell my XRP (Ripple) at .$29. (Needed the money). Of course, the next day it rocketed up to $.46.

    Now I'm wondering, should I buy it at $.46?

    What's the principle here? Buy high and sell low...uh, wait a minute, let me think about this...

    Ripple seems to be waiting for a signal from one of the big banks - to either get a keg for the party or go back to sleep...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheInterocitor View Post
    I was able to sell my XRP (Ripple) at .$29. (Needed the money). Of course, the next day it rocketed up to $.46.

    Now I'm wondering, should I buy it at $.46?

    What's the principle here? Buy high and sell low...uh, wait a minute, let me think about this...
    Wait for it to pull back before buying more and you need to diversify your portfolios.

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