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    Yesterday, 06:30 PM
    Hello Inx, Yes, Crypto investing can certainly feel deceptive and is disheartening at times. There is always the potential for a scam to come along, but overall I think most of the teams/coins are on the up and up. Having said that, I believe you do have to do your due diligence before investing into the smaller coins. Crypto is a lot like gambling, you're always hoping for that winning hand; you know you have the potential to win and win big. I got involved in Jan and the market has been going down ever since. It wasn't what I expected to be sure, but I still see Crypto as having a significant place in our future. It's not a get rich quick scheme; similar to the stock market you have to ride the lows and highs to get where you want to go. So many companies and governments are getting involved. The Crypto movement is a revolution, with real life and practical uses in our technical world. I believe it’s a very exciting time to be involved and watch the evolution take place. The craziness of Crypto is certainly not for everyone, but for those who do want to get involved only invest what you can afford to lose, just in case. There are always new coins that you can get into for pennies on the dollar. The market has dropped so much that you can buy Bitcoin or Ethereum at much lower prices than where they were or where they are going. Like the stock market it can be very volatile, and is, that's what makes it so interesting I guess. My mind always goes to the "What if...", so for me, I'm hooked.
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    03-07-2018, 01:23 PM
    Gmasoup replied to a thread [Introduction] Hello Everyone in Introductions
    Hi Luminus, Just reading your thread. Glad to see you here. I love your picture. I know I'm using the wrong term but you know what I mean. I also use Coinbase and Binance, along with Kucoin and Cobinhood. I like Binance, Kucoin is okay - they don't give as much info as Binance, not really fond of Cobinhood, even less info but they are small and fairly new. Some of the coins use some crappy exchanges. I guess its quite expensive to get on Binance. I would join Bibox but you have to have a passport which I don't have. Most of the exchanges will use your drivers license.
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    03-07-2018, 12:58 PM
    Great information, Thanks for sharing. I know I had bought some Neo, after a little bit I was given some gas. I was surprised and pleased. I didn't know holding Neo would give you a little gas kickback. That was pretty cool. Although this bear market is depressing. I've got a couple that are in the green only because I happened to buy at a lower price. The rest are in the red. Some are down 85%, I hope this changes soon. I try to read the white papers, but I don't understand a lot of the technical stuff yet; so like you I rely on videos and reddit or chat. I know the coins need to have a good team, good product, good road map and lots of chat about them, publicity, so the interest level rises. Without the hype people miss them and don't invest. Crypto Crow & Suppoman have some good information videos that they did recently showing you tools to use and how to stay up with the gossip so to speak. Places twitter, google, facebook and Of course the coins themselves all have groups. Anyway thanks for the share
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    03-02-2018, 02:07 PM
    You guys are too
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