bit coins for dummies like me.

Discussion in 'The Black Briefcase' started by Stealthstyle, Jan 22, 2017.

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    cat of curiosity

    cat of curiosity Well-Known Member

    coinbase, get a wallet, and purchase with debit/credit card.

    coinbase has had super heavy traffic, and has gone down for a minute here and there... but transactions were completed, so, not a big deal...

    litecoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash, and dogecoin have been fun to watch this week. you can collect free satoshi and litoshi through coinpot.co (auto-deposit through moonbitco.in, moonliteco.in, moondash.co.in, and moondoge.co.in). make sure your antivirus is UTD, the mining sites are full of nasty shit...
     
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    roseypeach

    roseypeach Well-Known Member

    dogecoin may be where its at. Not nearly as popular so whatever you put in, is relatively safe and should eventually go up. Like bitcoin before anyone really knew what it was...


    much WOW!
     
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    cat of curiosity

    cat of curiosity Well-Known Member

    lol
     
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    roseypeach

    roseypeach Well-Known Member

    :wink: :P
     
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    kingzt

    kingzt Well-Known Member

    Any one buy ripple yet? If so what's a safe platform to purchase it?
     
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    kaka420

    kaka420 Well-Known Member

    ripple is bullshit banker controlled coin. everything I don't want in crypto.
    I'd pass on it.
     
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    kingzt

    kingzt Well-Known Member

    opportunity to make some money especially if coinbase starts to sell it and makes it more easily available.
     
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    kaka420

    kaka420 Well-Known Member

    solid strategy. just wouldn't want noobs to fall in love with it.
     
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    roonie

    roonie New Member


    So over the last 6 months, i have been intrigued by crypto currency, i began trading on IG, but i found that i recorded quite a lot of losses, but also if i held my equity in there i would have to pay huge holding fees. So i came across this platform that trades for you called USI-Tech for people that do not know what it is, this video explains it . For anyone who fancies it you can sign up from the video also, you can start from £40



    So 3 months on i started with 20 packages which is roughly about 800, currently i am sitting on 110 packs which is roughly around 4,400 worth. In the group for USI-Tech i see that people are making some serious cash out of it and in fact some millionaires. What do you think, if Bitcoin goes to 20,000 + as predicted it really could be life changing as with USI you earn 140% in 140 working days therefore you benefit for the appreciation of the Bitcoin but also the extra 140% plus each pack you receive an ice to their crypto currency which will at least trade at $10 per coin, i currently have 30 tokens . Is a win win right because if i am holding it i may as well make a little bit more on the side also, for anyone that wants to have a look




    what does everyone think, should i sell now or wait and see how it does
     
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    kaka420

    kaka420 Well-Known Member

    usi tech is multi level marketing.
    you may be making money but is this an crypto asset you really want to hold?
    people turn to crypto to avoid garbage like usi tech.
    a family member bought me a package. I made them sell it after I saw what it was.
     

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