Anyone a Bitcoin Owner?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by MoonShadows, Nov 12, 2017.

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    Faebinder

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    More confessions...

    Over the new year I bought Tron and Verge. Fortunately cause tron spiked from 2 cents to 20 cents.
     
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    callingcolleen1 mad hatter

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    My hubby bought two bit coins years back at about 30 dollars a piece. He bought them so he could have "two bits" in his pocket. ha ha ha. Now I keep telling him to take the money and run!!!
     
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    My husband is serious about buying some, are there any scams one should watch out for?
    Has anyone here ever cashed in actual money from an investment?
     
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    MoonShadows The Jam Man

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    While many of them are very reputable, I would stay away from independent sellers. Why take any chance of getting someone who is trying to make a quick buck off of you. My recommendation is to buy Bitcoin from Coinbase...largest broker of Bitcoin in the US, and I think the world right now. If he buys it through Coinbase, have him use my referral ID: https://www.coinbase.com/join/59fac51e719d53021a565d8e If/when he buys at least $100 worth of Bitcoin, both he and I will get $10/worth for free. Once he joins, he will get his own referral ID if he knows anyone who wants to buy in. There is no limit to how many times a Coinbase member can get an extra $10 for referring someone...of course at $16,430 a coin right now, $10 doesn't buy a lot of Bitcoin, but every $10 gets you more for free. I still have my original 1/10th of a coin that I purchased in late 2017 for $685. Today, it is worth $1659.
     
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    @MoonShadows , sorry he's already put in his friend's (also new at this) referral ID link

    He's on Coinbase and Binance, also uses google Authenticator
     
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    MoonShadows The Jam Man

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    No problem. Glad he got his toes wet.
     
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