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Is Bitcoin worth investing today?

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Is bitcoin worth investing?

It seems like it’s fairly profitable in the sense of slowing investing some income towards bitcoin. But is it legit in terms of buying it from a secure source?
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Is Bitcoin worth investing in with a small amount of capital?

I am aware I may sound like a fool asking these questions, but I am sincerely trying to find out whether Bitcoin is worth investing in with a small amount of capital. I am fairly young, so when I first heard about Bitcoin I was both uninterested and unable to invest. Now, though, it’s a hot topic, and I’d like to hear from people who actually know what they’re talking about rather than people advertising it.
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Why is BitCoin worth investing?

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I know I am a bit late to the game but is Bitcoin worth investing in? Also how does mining work and is it worth it/possible for someone like myself with average tech skills and knowledge?

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Why is BitCoin worth investing? /r/AskReddit

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Why is BitCoin worth investing? /AskReddit submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

New to Bitcoin: worth investing in this dip? /r/Bitcoin

New to Bitcoin: worth investing in this dip? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is Bitcoin worth investing in now?

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Will Coinbase make Bitcoin worth investing in?

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Are there any other cryptocurrencies besides Bitcoin worth investing in as well? /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin, Worth Investing?

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Is bitcoin worth investing in? Why or why not? /r/personalfinance

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is bitcoin worth invest $50 into?

Im just curious because I just got some extra unneeded money and I think it would be fun to just own some bits for myself. Would it even be worth it?
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is bitcoin worth invest $50 into? /r/Bitcoin

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Top 5 reasons why Bitcoin is worth investing in 2019

What has me stumped is how anyone can be negative at all about the crypto market in 2019. The fundamentals are looking great and project wise, the wheat has been sorted from the chaff. I wrote this article highlighting the 5 top reasons we should be positive about Bitcoin going forward.
The Bitcoin market has been growing from strength to strength, therefore today we will cover why Bitcoin worth investing in for 2019 and beyond.
(original article here: )
1. Regulation is bringing new investment
Bitcoin is becoming safer to invest in due to Governments looking to work with the digital currency rather than against it. The smartest world Governments have realised that there is a growing fintech industry sprouting up around this kind of technology, which is bringing investment and creating jobs. What this has lead to is regulation of the cryptocurrency industry; which breathes confidence into the market and breeds positive, investment-ready Bitcoin exchanges. This in turn helps grow community confidence and encourages more retail investors to enter the market. It also encourages larger institutions to confidently start to invest. Which bring us to point 2.
2. The worlds largest stock exchanges are getting on board
As the Bitcoin market matures (it has recently celebrated 10 years of existence) more and more large corporations are finding confidence in entering the fray. Some of the bigger names looking at offering investors exposure to Bitcoin and other crypto-assets include the Nasdaq and Intercontinental Exchange. Hedge funds (which are investment funds, that engage in speculative marketing using credit) are also large players in the cryptocurrency space. There are over 150 hedge funds currently engaged in crypto-based investment, with assets totalling over 1 billion dollars.
3. Bitcoin adoption is continuing to expand
Although Bitcoin has only been around for 10 years, adoption is continuing at a rapid pace. Looking at statistics over the last 2 years, the number of wallets has exponentially increased and is not particularly related to the price of Bitcoin itself. Another strong indicator of continued growth is increased of trading volume in established ‘crypto countries’ as well as emerging economies. Many supporters of Bitcoin believe that there is a massive opportunity for developing nations to access financial services free of corruption and with a direct link to global markets. It is hoped that this would assist in the virtuous growth of individual wealth, free of political factors.
4. Bitcoin is not static
Bitcoin is an ever-evolving technology. Although it is decentralised and is not under control of any one person or group of people, Bitcoin has an active community that contributes to its improvement. Bitcoin is an open-source project and anyone (with the requisite expertise) can assist in maintaining its code. However, changes to Bitcoin are usually very subtle, which gives it stability. If any change occurred that dramatically changed its fundamentals, this could have very negative effects. Its 10-year track record has stacked up very well so far and all the subtle improvements have helped Bitcoin enjoy relevance now, with the tools to adapt to an evolving future.
5. Bitcoin’s price and opportunity
If you are looking to invest in Bitcoin the good news is the market continues to have healthy liquidity. Historically Bitcoin has always surpassed its all-time highs after a price crash. The latest peak was in late 2017 and since that time there was a slow drop in prices. However, since mid-2019, the market has picked up considerably and there have been many opportunities for savvy investors to make a profit in the growth and strength of the market.

What is your number 1 reason for being optimistic?
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Cryptocurrency Books You Must Read

Cryptocurrency Books You Must Read
When you go out into Internet space to look for some information on the crypto world, you may end up being confused and baffled. Suddenly, everyone’s an expert and each has something to say about it. Without a basic knowledge of the technology, your lack of knowledge may backfire on you one day if you get into the clingy paws of ICO internet scammers, so before you invest, it is important to learn some of the basics and fundamentals.
by StealthEX
Here is a heap of cryptocurrency books we recommend you to read to nurture your crypto side of the brain:

Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper

In his shortlisted for the 2015 Financial Times and McKinsey business book of the year, Popper tells us the story of bitcoin since its early days. He tells the story through the eyes of famous and bright crypto influencers including South American and Asian millionaires, the Winklevoss twins and the legendary Satoshi Nakamoto. The author compares the digital currency to gold, claiming cryptocurrency to be the new global standard of storing the value.
Some readers say that Digital Gold book is a ready material for a thriller – unexpected plot twists, powerful influential organizations, drugs, blackmail make up the fascinating story to read and a really good starting point to understand what Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology is. The only downside that it only takes you up to 2015 but don’t worry, those were jam-packed years of growing.

The Internet of Money by Andreas Antonopoulos

Even though Andreas Antonopoulos is one of the world’s foremost bitcoin and blockchain experts, he has a unique talent to simply explain complicated materials herewith maintaining the significance of the topic. For readers who want to explore more theory, The Internet of Money book is actually a collection of talks given by technology-enthusiast Andreas Antonopoulos, where he surpasses all the technical “geeky” details. In each section he delivers complex discussions in average words, exploring the economic, political, social and philosophical sides of the technology that has forever affected our world.
By the way, the book was released in 3-volume series so you won’t miss out on any trivia.

The Little Bitcoin Book: Why Bitcoin Matters for Your Freedom, Finances, and Future by Alejandro Machado, Jimmy Song, Alena Vranova, Timi Ajiboye, Luis Buenaventura, Lily Liu, Alexander Lloyd, Alex Gladstein

Why does the price keep changing? Is Bitcoin worth investing my money into? How does it even have value? Why do people keep saying that it is the future of currency? The answers to all these questions you are going to find out in this book written by 8 experienced crypto experts. They finished it in just four days and they did well in accumulating their knowledge in a book format along with covering a lot of different questions and concerns around the digital currency. The book also explains how Bitcoin affects people’s freedom and opportunities. Also, there is a Q & A section with some of the most frequently asked questions about Bitcoin.

Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond by Chris Burniske & Jack Tatar

The book provides a useful framework on some popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple, etc. and also explains why and how to invest and what would be the best thing to invest into. The authors make a major focus on investment strategies that really work, and teach you on fundamental notions like volume, liquidity and volatility of crypto coins. The authors use infographics, equations, historical data and statistics to teach you about crypto assets and markets.
This crypto book is as suitable for the beginners as for the advanced investors. It’s written in a straight forward style and will probably serve as a good reference for the future.

Mastering Bitcoin: Programming the Open Blockchain by Andreas M. Antonopoulos

Another Andreas Antonopoulos book but at this time an intermediate level. If you want a technical explanation, with code samples – get this book, Mastering Bitcoin is for people who already have a programming or computer science background. Well-delivered, useful and enlightening – the book takes you through the intricate world of bitcoin, providing the knowledge you need to participate in the internet of money. Whether you’re a software developer, startup investor, or simply curious about the technology, this edition is definitely worth your attention!

The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking by Saifedean Ammous

This is a book written by a world-class economist Saifedean Ammous, where he explains how money works, why some money works better than the others and how monetary systems evolved throughout history – from ancient times to our days.
Some people call it an eye-opening book, which would make you overthink the concept of money in general. Anyway, the book certainly is thought-provoking and it might induce you to dive deeper into the crypto world. The author doesn’t try to predict the future of money but to widen our horizon, to understand the problem of our economic system, and see the possibility of having a decentralized alternative to central banking.

The Book Of Satoshi: The Collected Writings of Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto by Phil Champagne

Have you ever wondered who stands behind the whole crypto industry? Who made it all possible? The fun thing is that nobody knows. All we know is the name – Satoshi Nakamoto. In his book, Champagne dives deeper into his mysterious personality and investigates who Nakamoto might be, whether it is one person or a group, and how it was possible for Nakamoto to create the game-changing Bitcoin while remaining completely anonymous. The book includes actual emails and internet posts by Nakamoto, presented in chronological order. Fine resource for anyone interested in Bitcoin, it gives insight into Satoshi’s thinking, and readers can look at Bitcoin from a whole new perspective!
And speaking of Bitcoin, if you need to exchange your BTC and many other coins, StealthEX is here for you. We provide a selection of more than 250 cryptocurrencies and constantly updating the list so that our customers will find a suitable option. Our service does not require registration and allows you to remain anonymous. Why don’t you check it out? Just go to StealthEX and follow these easy steps:
✔ Choose the pair and the amount for your exchange. For example ETH to BTC.
✔ Press the “Start exchange” button.
✔ Provide the recipient address to which the coins will be transferred.
✔ Move your cryptocurrency for the exchange.
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The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author. Every investment and trading move involves risk. You should conduct your own research when making a decision.
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MEDIBLOC SAYS SORRY! Never Invest in Shit Coins! Lost $20,000 worth of holdings in MEDIBLOC! Lesson learned

So this is my fourth post about MED TOKEN swap. I was continuously struggling for past few days to contact medibloc team regarding the issue with my MED tokens in Bibox Exchange. You can also check my last 3 reddit posts as well. So this starts from here. I bought Med tokens back in January 2018 at the price of 0.19 cents per token. Do not laugh I am sure many people back in the end of 2017 and start of 2018 bought crypto and still holding it. So moving forward I also fomo bought Med Tokens and then the down fall started. I decided to keep my tokens for long term with a minimal target of 3 to 5 years so that I can recover my losses. So for that I kept my tokens in Bibox Exchange and decided to forget it for atleast next few years. Recently as you all know we had a spike in altcoins so I decided to log into my bibox account to check my MED token holdings (I only had Med tokens in Bibox exchange). But unfortunately I found out that Med token is delisted from Bibox Exchange and in Delisted Tokens Tab I am seeing my Med Token Holdings available for withdrawal only. I looked up on internet and medibloc blogs and came to know that they did a swap few month ago which they only allowed for 2 to 3 months which is way too less. If you are in crypto space, you know every project that decides to do swap, extends their time period for months to atleast a year so that every single person can swap their coins. I have seen multiple tokens swap of different projects, they always always extend their swap period upto a year or more so no one misses the swap. Not everyone continuously follows each of their projects (in which they invested in) when the markets are that much deep down for years. Also I had my holdings in exchange so I had no worries of any swap or anything. Because if any project decides to swap their tokens, exchanges take care of that without user's involvement or any action. But unfortunately for me bibox didn't supported the swap for MEDIBLOC. I was continuously trying to contact MEDIBLOC team regarding this issue and finally managed to talk to their support via email. What they replied me is shocking and eye opener for me. They simply said "SORRY" so that is how I lost my life savings of $20,000 in the end with a word SORRY!!!!!!
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Am I “Dumb AF” for thinking bitcoin isn’t worth investing in?

First and foremost I am 2 weeks into stepping into investing world. So I am fully aware I am arrogant & ignorant to even say that to begin with. But I’d rather use that 11K into stocks and not 1 bitcoin. I’d appreciate clarity without harsh remarks please lol. I am open to investing into bitcoin but again 11K!!? Damn. HELP ME my mind is back and forth!
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What's the lowest amount worth investing in BTC at this point? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Is bitcoin STILL worth investing in and holding even now when it's at 11k?

I hear it can go to 20k but is 11k to 20k if I've never bought any really worth it?
Edit: Thanks for the responses everybody! I was buying bitcoin when it was 8$, spent all of it without the intent of holding it and have been passively watching bitcoin ever since. I'm looking forward to getting back into the bitcoin game and joining in on the excitement
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Is Bitcoin really worth investing in?

If so, what's your reasons why? I heard lots of cons about Bitcoin. More cons then pros about it. What do people use for their Bitcoin wallet? How safe and secure is it? What are some good resources to read upon Bitcoin? Etc
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Major Tesla investor, Ark Investment predicts Bitcoin worth $1 Trillion in under 10 years

Major Tesla investor, Ark Investment predicts Bitcoin worth $1 Trillion in under 10 years submitted by Sawyer86uk to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

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