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goose 6:04 Thu Dec 17
Bitcoin
Bitcoin went past $23,000 today.
I've made just over £400 today trading it from the comfort of my sofa.

other cryptocurrencies have been flying as well.

short term fad or long term alternative currency??

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Vexed 1:43 Wed Apr 14
Re: Bitcoin
Apologise for your shit advice? Nah mate.

Lets put your genius pick in perspective by comparing it to the performance of other coins/tokens:

So BCH up around 130% since the start of the year. Quite good until you compare to:

ADA - up 750%
Theta - up 500%
MATIC - up 2300%

These are rough figures and happen to be the last three things I bought back in Jan hence I know the rough numbers. But you really could pick anything and it would have done as well or better than BCH.

Your BCH advice looks a bit shit now doesn't it?

Now fuck off.

camel-with-3-humps 1:16 Wed Apr 14
Re: Bitcoin
You really do need to apologise, Vexed. Then we can all move on from your moronic behaviour.

Vexed 12:48 Wed Apr 14
Re: Bitcoin
camel-with-3-humps 10:33 Wed Apr 14

You could pick anything in the top 100 on coinmarketcap and you'd see similar gains you desperate cunt.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 12:20 Wed Apr 14
Re: Bitcoin
I hope you bagged some 👇


PwoperNaughtyButNot 3:02 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
It’s all about xRp at present - I forgot I had a bunch of them. They have trebled in price and the long term price prediction is high.

Have a look at the kardiachain too which I am told is massively underpriced / unknown but predicted to go higher than cardano by the end of the year

None of this is financial advice

ironskej 11:25 Wed Apr 14
Re: Bitcoin
For this years bull run, Ethereum and Cardano are the ones

camel-with-3-humps 10:33 Wed Apr 14
Re: Bitcoin
Vexed, am I really a div for recommending Bitcoin Cash on a short-term swing trade? Look at the facts below.





Written below on March 21 ...

Since then.
Bitcoin up 57,144 to 64,482 = 12.8% rise
Bitcoin cash up 524 to 814 = 55%






You might want volatility if you are a swing trader who holds positions for a few weeks.

If you are short term, hold for a day or two, you look for value.

With Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin - once it passes a threshold and Bitcoin breaks above 63K (note carefully those words) - there is such little resistance to a 30%+ upside.

Think about it. If you are a short, where are you going to place your bets? You can’t because those coins have gone parabolic previously to their all time highs. There is nowhere to place your shorts.

It’s like a gigantic steep cliff face with no ridges to lay your traps.

At the same time, there is no support on the way down so it’s imperative to take profits.

Long-term both Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash may very well underperform Bitcoin. But value is in the here and now not the future.

Vexed 6:39 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
You are the naive capital.

Recommending BCH was a classic div move.

camel-with-3-humps 5:03 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
You selectively pick information to fit a false narrative.

You should really apologise, Vexed, to everyone on here for your previous statements.

'I hope there is a bear market so all the divs fuck off'.

Bring on the bear market and get rid of the naive capital? Idiot.

Vexed 4:20 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
Two weeks ago all time low against bitcoin.

I don't think anything else needs to be said really.

TOP ADVICE CAMEL SON

camel-with-3-humps 4:02 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
Vexed

Since March 21 when I posted that comment, it's gone up 26%.
That's even pre my trade set up. If Bitcoin goes beyond all time high, then from March 21 expect Bitcoin Cash to double.

joyo 3:53 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
What the difference between a busker and a pizza?
A pizza can feed a family of four

Vexed 3:42 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
Hey Camel, enjoy your BCH all time lows the other week?

Ag!

ChillTheKeel 3:40 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
I remember dropping a score in your begging hat, Joyo, when you were busking outside Westfield. Thank fuck I looked back again, realised it was you and walked over to reclaim £20

DocMarten 3:04 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
It’ll trade through $100k, this year.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 3:02 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
It’s all about xRp at present - I forgot I had a bunch of them. They have trebled in price and the long term price prediction is high.

Have a look at the kardiachain too which I am told is massively underpriced / unknown but predicted to go higher than cardano by the end of the year

None of this is financial advice

camel-with-3-humps 2:49 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
Vexed will put down his trousers and let you suck him off for £20.

Get in there, Chill.

joyo 2:48 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
ChillTheKunt 2.16......wow £20 is that the going rate for fat rentboys?

ChillTheKeel 2:16 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
I made a massive £20 (TWENTY) over the weekend. As I'll obviously become a millionaire at this rate, shall I invest more BTC now or wait a bit?

camel-with-3-humps 2:03 Sun Apr 11
Re: Bitcoin
Wouldn't be at all surprised to see new all time high soon, with the next target $70K.

Been forming higher lows in ascending triangle which is pretty bullish, has hit against resistance at $60K to $62K several times so will break through likely at some point.

With the Coinbase IPO coming up, that should give it momentum. Notice the FCA's ban on crypto derivative trading so also some regulatory pressure increasing.

Interesting times.

brabrook 2:15 Sun Mar 21
Re: Bitcoin
Fuck me Vexed has got a bloody nose here trying to take on educated Whoer's

Vexed 1:22 Sun Mar 21
Re: Bitcoin
Nope, I've embarrassed you. Run along now and enjoy your hundred quids worth of BCH you lemon.

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