BITCOIN as an alternative to regular currency

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jamesedwards
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Randomly bought something called "The Graph" with some residual eToro balance back in October. Just checked and it's quadrupled in value. :shock:
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jamesedwards wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2024 5:50 pm
Randomly bought something called "The Graph" with some residual eToro balance back in October. Just checked and it's quadrupled in value. :shock:
But can you get your money back out ?
Timeshare seemed like a good idea initially until people found out they couldn't sell there time shares
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jamesedwards
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Bobajob wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2024 7:38 pm
jamesedwards wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2024 5:50 pm
Randomly bought something called "The Graph" with some residual eToro balance back in October. Just checked and it's quadrupled in value. :shock:
But can you get your money back out ?
Timeshare seemed like a good idea initially until people found out they couldn't sell there time shares
Why do you say that? I've never had any problem withdrawing from eToro before.
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jamesedwards wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2024 5:50 pm
Randomly bought something called "The Graph" with some residual eToro balance back in October. Just checked and it's quadrupled in value. :shock:
Reminds me I bought a small bunch of virtual reality stocks (or something similar, cant remember) out of boredom. To be honest not even sure they were stocks as such.

Forgot about it for 2 years. Went up 10x :lol:
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interesting!!
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jimibt wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2024 4:27 pm
interesting!!

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I thought it might test the old/current high a few times before eventually smashes through

If I were day trading them I'd have certainly be selling around $69 the first 2-3 times then buying back at the last support level
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Dallas wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2024 4:36 pm
jimibt wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2024 4:27 pm
interesting!!

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I thought it might test the old/current high a few times before eventually smashes through

If I were day trading them I'd have certainly be selling around $69 the first 2-3 times then buying back at the last support level
yup -it definitely *pays* to monitor things like BTC thro the $ lens, rather than local currency.
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what have we here (not added since jan, so just idling along on this as a side interest)
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First time in a long while I've seen people investing into meme coins again so it appears we are near the top. I have no financial interest in BTC but have used USDC for betting so I do see the value in it.
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think we're doing a final revisit of $72k and then beyond $75k in the next week... have been wrong before mind you (and there is quite a big fair value gap from $52->$57k; so we'll see how that plays out) :)
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