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Done stacking, now HODLing

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What’s your DCA amount for BTC?

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Questions about DCA and UTXO

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I have decided to match my child's allowance 100% in the form of DCA into her own personal wallet.

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Bitcoin correction

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Share your DCA format (Sticky post)

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How is the tax on Bitcoin calculated?

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Worries about UTXO

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

DCA In, DCA Out

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin is just false hope for DCA guys

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To everyone who told me to dump all my money in and not DCA before ETF Approval!!

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“For $1 a day you can save a child’s life”. Well….I can also DCA into bitcoin for an early retirement.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

No BS off-ramp option ?

r/BitcoinSee Post

What is your preferred method of DCA?

r/BitcoinSee Post

DCA plan

r/BitcoinSee Post

I want Bitcoin to drop more

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What does 'Have a Plan' look like?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$SOLONG the dragon

r/BitcoinSee Post

Always dips just days before I can DCA :(

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Bought at 45k

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DCA Army ? Is this correct ?

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My Stomach Hurts

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After 4 years of DCA i finally have 0.25 BTC

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why is Dynamic DCA unpopular?

r/BitcoinSee Post

What is your current DCA frequency? Am I doing it right?

r/BitcoinSee Post

I think everyone of us should DCA now

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Low-Custodial hybrid hot / cold DCA method guide for HWWs

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Should I be DCA’ing every week or wait until it stops dropping to buy more?

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Now or Later???

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Im using a DCA bot, any recommendations for the settings?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Can you DCA in Coinbase advanced?

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How to best keep all money in Bitcoin?

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Time the market and you'll get left behind. DCA is the way..

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ETF Came and went. Bitcoin price crashed. BTC is dead

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Wait or pull the trigger? That is the question.

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Patients young Degens

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Anyone else just chillen?

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Unpopular Opinion

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DCA time or not

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How do you all stack Bitcoin?

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Does anyone else find it odd the whales are the ones making up the selling?

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Questions regarding best method to buy BTC for my younger brother

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What portion of your 401k did you or would you allocate for purchasing ETFs?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin ETFs

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

People exiting completely from crypto right now and dumping their entire bags before the halving, what's the rationale?

r/BitcoinSee Post

For people who DCA and hodl, how many sats do you allow to accumulate in a CEX before you transfer them to your non-custodial/hardware wallet?

r/BitcoinSee Post

For all of you jerk offs that lost hope watch this

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Best exchange for DCA in USA?

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Günstig kaufen mit wenig Gebühren

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Buying to a cold wallet

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Need help understanding the value of ETF for BTC

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Keep stacking guys, don’t panic, don’t get emotional, trust the process, be disciplined and DCA.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What Ultimately Drives Big Bull Runs?

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Low-fee options for small dollar DCA?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What would you do in my situation?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Ways to automate buying dips

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Seems a lot of you are new to Wall St.

r/BitcoinSee Post

New to BTC, looking for some advice

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Big Bitcoin Bounce Coming Soon…

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Exit strategy

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I'm a little confused. If these are 'SPOT' ETFs, how come the price isn't @ 45k?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Big Surprise the ETF didn’t impact price much day one…

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Taxes! Suggested methods for tracking profit? Do I need to report income from 3202 sat test sale?

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UTXO

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Controversial Opinion on ETF

r/BitcoinSee Post

Congratulations Bitcoin Peopel

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Too late or never too late?

r/BitcoinSee Post

One thing to keep in mind while everything is going on. In reality, nobody knows shit about fuck. DCA is your friend.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Good thing to keep in mind while everything is going on. In reality, nobody knows shit about fuck. DCA is your friend.

r/BitcoinSee Post

I bought 1800 in Bitcoin last night

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Bitcoin ETF is Just The Beginning 🚀

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Should I move some of my positions in my Roth IRA to the new spot-BTC ETF?

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Am I the only one who doesn‘t think the ETFs will necessarily be a good thing for BTC or Crypto in general?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Best way to buy 0.25

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Something to consider when buying and selling BTC…

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Message to the sub (ETF event)

r/BitcoinSee Post

Called the ETF news top, got downvoted into oblivion.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Remember that you were completely ignorant once, so expect repetitive questions from the influx of newcomers

r/BitcoinSee Post

Cold storage or exchange for btc DCA?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Should I buy etfs.

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DCA Questions

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Australia Deposits PAYID

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Today I have finally reached .1 BTC!

r/BitcoinSee Post

I seek UTXO knowledge

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Exchange question?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Isn’t this whole SEC fiasco kind of proving how Bitcoin can not be a security?

r/BitcoinSee Post

DCA with SATS or with FIAT?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Two Critical Questions (Post SEC-account-hack): Who? & What's Next?

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Making this post to say, I’m so happy I continued to DCA daily.

r/BitcoinSee Post

BITCOIN is an IQ Test that 95% + of the world has failed

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Wallet advice for UTXO management.

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Understanding UTXOs

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Bitcoin on cashapp

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Bitcoin Single dump or DCA?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Surfing the sun for sats. DCA everyday.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Hot to persaude your significant other to buy BTC?

r/BitcoinSee Post

DCA Frequency?

r/BitcoinSee Post

I bought BTC at 65k in late 2021.Im so proud to stick with my DCA for past 2 years. To all of you who have been DCA for past 2 years, you're true winners🥳

r/BitcoinSee Post

How can I transfer my Sats/Bitcoin from PayPal to another hot wallet - and will my rate change?

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How to cope with not having enough

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DCA more. The target is always 1BTC among the 21 Million

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

please for the love of god DCA

Mentions:#DCA

I would contact those exchanges and see if there was a way to make a single purchase for a reduced fee. For a $900k purchase, you would certainly get lower fees than I would for my $100 DCA.

Mentions:#DCA

I wouldn't worry about trying to protect it yet. We aren't to the point where people will put in a stupid amount of effort to steal $600-700 nominal value of BTC, and a cold storage device represents a pretty big % of that value. Keep stacking, keep DCA'ing, and see if you can buy more with each DCA.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

Who cares? DCA at least 20% of your monthly income, who cares how much sats you have? The goal is to escape fiat and inflation.

Mentions:#DCA

Swan, River, Strike all 3 no fee with DCA

Mentions:#DCA

DCA but also panic buy dips for maximum result, dude just stack them sats, act like your fiat is on fire during dips because essentially it is in slow roast.

Mentions:#DCA

DCA is good 90% of the time. The other 10% is for when time isn’t on your side as we might only be a few weeks away from face melting green candles.

Mentions:#DCA

We're not allowed to post links, but we built a free lump sum vs DCA calculator if you google our name + "lump sum vs DCA calculator". It's all open source. We also did an extensive report comparing the two in various scenarios (same place as the calculator). I think you'd find it a very interesting read. Cheers!

Mentions:#DCA

You could consider CoinbaseOne membership as it’s a monthly fee. While they make you buy BTC at a higher price for a spread, I think you’d be better off. Then you wouldn’t worry about a $500 fee. Also, if it were me, I would just DCA maybe $3k a day. I’m prob wrong but that’s my $0.02.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

DCA is a good strategy for investors with lower risk tolerance. Investors who put a lump sum of money into the market at once, run the risk of buying at a peak, which can be unsettling if prices fall. The potential for this price drop is called a timing risk. That said, I have mostly Lump Summed into the ETFs because I was in a position to do so. I did it early when the ETFs came out.

Mentions:#DCA

It was just my opinion, not regurgitating anything like an NPC lol. It would be more fun to DCA with 30k. The guy is brand new to bitcoin

Mentions:#NPC#DCA

I'm a newbie and it helped me to look at bitcoin in satoshis. .1 was my first goal. Sayvitvwas 5000 usd. I was confident I could aggressively DCA into that. Looking at .001 most of the time and then. 01 on dips. The consolidation period is going to be a historical moment for us short time holders who got in right before ATH. Not late. But like I keep telling the homies, better now than waiting for the next cycle low.

Mentions:#DCA#ATH

Lol nicely put. I'm .03 away from .1. My suggestion to you is consider making a weekly contribution and DCA. Good luck!

Mentions:#DCA

if you are a trader, trade it wisely if you are on the Holders side, do NOT stop DCA'ing, grow the shit as much as you can If you are still in Twenties, target 2030 for cashing out

Mentions:#NOT#DCA

DCA on the way up, DCA on the way down, cheers 🤙🍻

Mentions:#DCA

I DCA when market turns red and DCA out when it's green. Rinse and Repeat.

Mentions:#DCA

I agree that bitcoin > gold. But not because of scammers. It is because there are only 21 million btc available. They say that there is a fixed supply of gold, but that's bullshit. No one knows how much gold China, N. Korea and Russia have. But you can bet that it's a lot. And what happens every time the price of gold goes up? they mine more! DCA and HODL Good luck, everyone.

Mentions:#DCA#HODL

everything in this subreddit is "I feel" "I feel" "I feel" stfu and DCA

Mentions:#DCA

The inconvenient truth is that even you DCA $1k a month starting now, you would never be able to acquire 1 BTC.

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

Keep going. You need to research Bitcoin so you understand why you need to continue to DCA

Mentions:#DCA

Strike DCA has 0 fees. No withdrawal limit.

Mentions:#DCA

There's no point to DCA if he plans to hold for 18 years. When the BTC price will be at $500k it won't make much difference it was bought at 62, 66 or 50k

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

Do from 2016 and see the results (ETH would crush BTC)....all this cherry picking dates is garbage. All that matters is your own person DCA amount.

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#DCA

Forget about that old diversify nonsense you hear. Technology & Bitcoin are the only plays. And technology is flailing right now. Get yourself 1 whole BTC or at least half a BTC. DCA is good in a bear market but doesn’t make sense at this moment when we are ramping up with so many bull signals right now. I would lump sum it in now. S&P 500 will basically keep up with inflation and won’t do much more than that. That’s fine for protecting wealth but it’s not going to gain value for you in real terms.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

Well you're considering to further DCA into shitcoins, so I'd say dumb money is clearly in the building.

Mentions:#DCA

Yes, I am at more than 50%. No leverage. BTC and ETH DCA over many, many years. It's easy and super boring.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#DCA

Make a plan, DCA is good to start, don't try to time the market. Hodl for at least 3 or 4 years and profit.

Mentions:#DCA

I really like a small daily buy. A daily DCA keeps the fomo away, imo. DCA strategies work best over the long term- several years is preferred. If you started today, you have to acknowledge we’re already pretty close to the all time high, and it’s only going to go higher in 2025 (most likely). But with a proper DCA mentality, that’s all good. You set it and forget it, and you buy a little bit every day all thru the peak of this bull market and then you keep buying all thru the lowest rock bottom of the bear and into the accumulation zone- this is what averages out your cost basis and makes dollar cost averaging so fruitful. 🍌

Mentions:#DCA

Personally, I would begin by DCA'ing the Tops, and then selling the bottoms for maximized ROI. NFA.

Mentions:#DCA

I said it was "a peak", not "the peak", a subtle but significant difference. I agree he should DCA but it's still best to time those for a slight dip.

Mentions:#DCA

I'm from the UK too and CoinCorner is good, I use them and they are based in the UK. DCA is a good idea.

Mentions:#DCA

You can try a half DCA half Time the Market approach. Save $150/paycheck until Bitcoin dips about 20-30%. Many people do this unknowingly by Buying the Dips on top of their usual DCA. It’s called keeping dry powder for dips.

Mentions:#DCA

Lump sum outperforms DCA majority of the time. So many people on this sub just regurgitating DCA because they've seen it recommended endlessly on here so they're just parroting what they've read like NPC's. DCA is great if you're contributing from income and don't have lump sum. If you have the money now it's better to lump sum.

Mentions:#DCA#NPC

Exactly. DCA is DCA… or try to time the market.

Mentions:#DCA

DCA or do not. There is no try.

Mentions:#DCA

I think $100 NZD got me .5 approx. I then traded it so I could have millions of shit coins, then converted back to btc at a huge loss. Then sold it all to fund an xr400r. Even some of the shit coins have value now, oh well. I just DCA and hodl now

Mentions:#DCA

Looks like we’re back to where we were a month ago and I didn’t even realize it. Feels great to not give too much of a damn about the market and just DCA lol

Mentions:#DCA

I use river for fee-less DCA and use their one free withdraw a month without issue

Mentions:#DCA

don't listen to that guy, if he really thinks this is the peak he has no idea about all the tailwinds bitcoin has right now , and the correct answer it to never try to time the market, your best strategy is to daily cost average which just means to invest what you can at intervals, you average in. I personally did a lump sum at first and then DCA monthly at the end after all bills are paid anything above 1k gets put into bitcoin.

Mentions:#DCA

Bitcones on polygon it's a fellow reddit token of a great sub and ETH is always on order for the DCA!

Mentions:#ETH#DCA

Toss 15K in now, DCA the rest 500$/day

Mentions:#DCA

Bitcoin may hit 90k this year but will drop to .. just DCA

Mentions:#DCA

Funny I’m just like you. I just earned $2 for selling one glass of lemonade to my neighbor, and I want to put this wealth to good use. I lost sleep last night not sure if I should just go lump sum $2 at the current price, or should I DCA over the next several months. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Oh one more thing, will bitcoin drop to zero? I’m scared.

Mentions:#DCA

Yeah I didn't have any of these issues. River keeps getting better with the features they release, free withdraws, DCA, etc.

Mentions:#DCA

Yep same - although there are a few nice red charts out there still - managed to DCA down my $AZERO bag here 🙂

Mentions:#DCA#AZERO

Bro is using words he found from some loser YouTuvber "equilibrium fvg" but doesn't know what DCA means. Christ.

Mentions:#DCA

Take the time to learn about bitcoin. Strangers who have no details about your personal financial situation can’t possibly tell you when or how much to invest. In general, you should use DCA and not worry too much about the exact price. Buy and hold 5+ years. Don’t try to trade in and out.

Mentions:#DCA

River or Swan, zero cost DCA and transfer.

Mentions:#DCA

If it never did extraordinarily well since last Oct, would u still consider investing in $BTC? If u answered no, then know that u’re gambling and will likely be paper handed and weak to volatility. If u answered yes, then u probably understand bitcoin’s non-moneyary value, so DCA all the way and dont look back, cos it’s for their future.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

DCA…

Mentions:#DCA

DCA, whatever you can afford.

Mentions:#DCA

so for me, if the answer is yes, start to DCA in now. the longer you wait, the higher the price and the more you will kick yourself for not getting in. you already know the end game. now is the time to act. not when the USD debases itself. by that time it will be too late for the avg person

Mentions:#DCA

I’d wait until it comes back down again (it will) Some dudes on here will tell you yea bro put in your life savings at the peak bro DCA bro. Don’t do it.

Mentions:#DCA

Not financial advice: Convert your ten other coins to btc, currently they follow btc trend, but it will decouple, and you don’t want to be left holding the bag on those shitcoins. BTC uses proof of work, the others will be proof of stake, which means they start from a position of the creator holding some 90%+ so you don’t really want that. You’ve said that the btc you have has performed extraordinarily well, so you may decide to put the college fund into btc in a oner at current price. Other option would be to DCA in 5k a pop over the next few days or weeks. The question is whether you think it’s a good price right now or not. You might think you could get it cheaper at 60k, but how would you feel if you waited and waited for that dip, and it never came? As it’s for college money, you need to assess the level of risk you are willing to take. I’ve thought for a long time now that this massive over evaluation of companies and assets has reached its limit, and I think it will collapse in time, so I believe that bitcoin will grow significantly. Once you research btc, and have some understanding, you may start to see the possibilities of its use in other areas too. It’s a game changer.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

Love to see grandmas supporting WSB gamblers. Sorry but we don't know what the price will be tomorrow, in August or next year. Anyway, we all have been where you're at, read and bookmark this guide and make sure to learn along your journey. Congrats on the move, it's never too late. ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. Invest in your knowledge, learn about Bitcoin as much as you can. The Bitcoin Standard book is a must read. So is Broken Money book. Get them and READ them both, please. Also, **don't reply any DMs**, emails, private messages on other social media, promising to buy Bitcoin from them or get rich quick and read this short guide, please: **Price wise, nobody knows what the price will be tomorrow, next week or at the end of the year.** **Try "Bitcoin ONLY" strategy for at least the first 210,000 block cycle**, you'll sleep much better. Newcomers lose so much money, holding garbage tokens just because someone on YT told them to. If you don't like losing money in [failed coins](https://www.coingecko.com/research/publications/how-many-cryptocurrencies-failed), avoid. Going DCA is probably the best approach, IMHO. Bitcoin to me, is a savings account. If I have some spare cash, I exchange it for sats. Once a week works best for me, but I'm getting paid weekly. If there's a 10% drop in the price since my last buy, I usually double my buy. This [DCA calculator](https://dca.bitnob.com/) might help to decide what will work best for you. In a few years, even $10 dollars a month can make a massive difference. This [DCA blog](https://er-bybitcoin.com/) is pretty interesting. Now, don't buy a fake Bitcoin at a spot ETF place or similar, **get the real thing** that you can withdraw anytime you want. Register at a proper exchange and buy real Bitcoin. Any of these will do [https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin](https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin) Install (or buy - in case you're getting Bitcoin in Thousands of $) one or more of these wallets. A few good wallet choices: [https://blockstream.com/green/](https://blockstream.com/green/) \- Top Security Features, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://bluewallet.io](https://bluewallet.io/) \- excellent, easy to use wallet, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://www.sparrowwallet.com](https://www.sparrowwallet.com) - top desktop wallet [https://electrum.org](https://electrum.org/) \- Solid choice, Open Source and Non-Custodial, one of the oldest and most trusted Bitcoin Wallets. I prefer the desktop version but it works on mobile too. Lightning wallets to consider (cheaper and faster transactions, great for small amounts): [https://phoenix.acinq.co/](https://phoenix.acinq.co/) \- Phoenix - very good wallet, uses Tor for extra privacy, easy for anyone new [https://blixtwallet.github.io/](https://blixtwallet.github.io/) \- Blixt - great UI, fast and clean [https://breez.technology](https://breez.technology/) \- Breez - excellent POS for small business owners as well as integrated Bitrefill or LN Pizza [https://zeusln.com/](https://zeusln.com/) Zeus - impressive wallet with many features, can even generate Nostr keys Hardware Wallets (to store larger amounts): [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) \- Easy to use, no matter how new in Bitcoin you're. Use the Bitcoin only firmware as it's safer than a multi coin software. [ColdCard](https://coldcardwallet.com/) - air gapped, Bitcoin only, has advanced features but a new user will do fine with one of the great tutorials available. [BitBox02](https://bitbox.swiss/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) - another great little device, opt for the more secure Bitcoin ONLY version (less coins = less code = less chance for a hidden bug or a backdoor) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade) - air gapped, fully open source, Bitcoin only, great features. You can even [build it on your own](https://github.com/Blockstream/jade/), if you feel adventurous. [Seedsigner](https://github.com/SeedSigner/seedsigner) - another DIY, fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, not for you if you're just starting up but something to consider later. [Krux wallet](https://selfcustody.github.io/krux/) - one more DIY hardware device. Similar to Seedsigner, it's fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, that is not for you right now if you're just starting up, but something to consider at a later stage and/or to up the security of your bitcoin. There's also Ledger, but I wouldn't recommend it as it's not fully open source, keep and already leaked customers' details, recently said they're capable of sending customers' keys out just with a firmware update, etc. **Stay away**, save yourself a headache in the future. Whatever wallet you'll decide to buy, purchase DIRECTLY from the manufacturer, no eBay, no Amazon. Make sure the device is NOT preset, and you will generate your own seed words. Write them down on any piece of paper as well as the receiving address. Now wipe the wallet and generate a new wallet. If the seed words are different from the first set, you're safe to use it. Find an option to set a passphrase and use it. This will boost the security to another level. Never store the seed words and passphrase together. Use a different medium if possible. If somebody finds both, they'll be able to steal your coin. This little device will hold the keys to your money, that's the reason why you have to be a bit more careful. Also, no worries, if it breaks, you can replace it - as long as you keep your seed words and passphrase(s) safe. Welcome to the rabbit hole and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions anytime during your Bitcoin journey. Also, [check the sidebar](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/about) that's filled with lots of great info and if you have any questions, visit r/BitcoinBeginners and look for the answers.

It doesn't matter how much, having more than zero bitcoin/sats is the best first step. Anyway, we all have been where you're at, read and bookmark this guide and make sure to learn along your journey. Congrats on the move, it's never too late. ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. Invest in your knowledge, learn about Bitcoin as much as you can. The Bitcoin Standard book is a must read. So is Broken Money book. Get them and READ them both, please. Also, **don't reply any DMs**, emails, private messages on other social media, promising to buy Bitcoin from them or get rich quick and read this short guide, please: **Price wise, nobody knows what the price will be tomorrow, next week or at the end of the year.** **Try "Bitcoin ONLY" strategy for at least the first 210,000 block cycle**, you'll sleep much better. Newcomers lose so much money, holding garbage tokens just because someone on YT told them to. If you don't like losing money in [failed coins](https://www.coingecko.com/research/publications/how-many-cryptocurrencies-failed), avoid. Going DCA is probably the best approach, IMHO. Bitcoin to me, is a savings account. If I have some spare cash, I exchange it for sats. Once a week works best for me, but I'm getting paid weekly. If there's a 10% drop in the price since my last buy, I usually double my buy. This [DCA calculator](https://dca.bitnob.com/) might help to decide what will work best for you. In a few years, even $10 dollars a month can make a massive difference. This [DCA blog](https://er-bybitcoin.com/) is pretty interesting. Now, don't buy a fake Bitcoin at a spot ETF place or similar, **get the real thing** that you can withdraw anytime you want. Register at a proper exchange and buy real Bitcoin. Any of these will do [https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin](https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin) Install (or buy - in case you're getting Bitcoin in Thousands of $) one or more of these wallets. A few good wallet choices: [https://blockstream.com/green/](https://blockstream.com/green/) \- Top Security Features, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://bluewallet.io](https://bluewallet.io/) \- excellent, easy to use wallet, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://www.sparrowwallet.com](https://www.sparrowwallet.com) - top desktop wallet [https://electrum.org](https://electrum.org/) \- Solid choice, Open Source and Non-Custodial, one of the oldest and most trusted Bitcoin Wallets. I prefer the desktop version but it works on mobile too. Lightning wallets to consider (cheaper and faster transactions, great for small amounts): [https://phoenix.acinq.co/](https://phoenix.acinq.co/) \- Phoenix - very good wallet, uses Tor for extra privacy, easy for anyone new [https://blixtwallet.github.io/](https://blixtwallet.github.io/) \- Blixt - great UI, fast and clean [https://breez.technology](https://breez.technology/) \- Breez - excellent POS for small business owners as well as integrated Bitrefill or LN Pizza [https://zeusln.com/](https://zeusln.com/) Zeus - impressive wallet with many features, can even generate Nostr keys Hardware Wallets (to store larger amounts): [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) \- Easy to use, no matter how new in Bitcoin you're. Use the Bitcoin only firmware as it's safer than a multi coin software. [ColdCard](https://coldcardwallet.com/) - air gapped, Bitcoin only, has advanced features but a new user will do fine with one of the great tutorials available. [BitBox02](https://bitbox.swiss/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) - another great little device, opt for the more secure Bitcoin ONLY version (less coins = less code = less chance for a hidden bug or a backdoor) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade) - air gapped, fully open source, Bitcoin only, great features. You can even [build it on your own](https://github.com/Blockstream/jade/), if you feel adventurous. [Seedsigner](https://github.com/SeedSigner/seedsigner) - another DIY, fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, not for you if you're just starting up but something to consider later. [Krux wallet](https://selfcustody.github.io/krux/) - one more DIY hardware device. Similar to Seedsigner, it's fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, that is not for you right now if you're just starting up, but something to consider at a later stage and/or to up the security of your bitcoin. There's also Ledger, but I wouldn't recommend it as it's not fully open source, keep and already leaked customers' details, recently said they're capable of sending customers' keys out just with a firmware update, etc. **Stay away**, save yourself a headache in the future. Whatever wallet you'll decide to buy, purchase DIRECTLY from the manufacturer, no eBay, no Amazon. Make sure the device is NOT preset, and you will generate your own seed words. Write them down on any piece of paper as well as the receiving address. Now wipe the wallet and generate a new wallet. If the seed words are different from the first set, you're safe to use it. Find an option to set a passphrase and use it. This will boost the security to another level. Never store the seed words and passphrase together. Use a different medium if possible. If somebody finds both, they'll be able to steal your coin. This little device will hold the keys to your money, that's the reason why you have to be a bit more careful. Also, no worries, if it breaks, you can replace it - as long as you keep your seed words and passphrase(s) safe. Welcome to the rabbit hole and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions anytime during your Bitcoin journey. Also, [check the sidebar](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/about) that's filled with lots of great info and if you have any questions, visit r/BitcoinBeginners and look for the answers.

Last time Reddit was bitching about solana I made sure to DCA in. Worked a treat in the $10-20 range, and seeing these posts makes me realise it still has a lot more room to grow. Counter trading Reddit is probably the best TA/advice you'll ever get.

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BTC will probably hit sub 30K by November 2025. We could see another ATH soon, but it's all down hill from there .. so not sure if you should DCA or just go all in considering your child will probably sell it in 20 years from now anyway, so it won't matter that much ..

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You already missed the bear market just DCA until the next one. Entry point is silly after the halving

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Your dad is smart man, don’t get shitcoins as long-term investment despite all the promising narratives. DCA the 30k into Bitcoin and by the time your kids go to college, buying at 69k, 50k, or 102k, wouldn’t matter.

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its easy: DCA small amounts into bitcoin. Wait a cycle or two and suddenly you notice your net worth is 90% bitcoin and a voice in your head tells you in this case you cal lump sum all the other investments into BTC because they don't matter anymore.

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Start by investing 100$ then track it for 1 or 2 months to see how the market moves (how volatile it is) Now got a sense of how it behaves and how it makes you feel.. (up 8% one day down 10% the next ect) Now you can start to DCA and use those diamond hands

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It doesn't matter how much, having more than zero bitcoin/sats is the best step. Anyway, we all have been where you're at, read and bookmark this guide and make sure to learn along your journey. Congrats on the move, it's never too late. ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. Invest in your knowledge, learn about Bitcoin as much as you can. The Bitcoin Standard book is a must read. So is Broken Money book. Get them and READ them both, please. Also, **don't reply any DMs**, emails, private messages on other social media, promising to buy Bitcoin from them or get rich quick and read this short guide, please: **Price wise, nobody knows what the price will be tomorrow, next week or at the end of the year.** **Try "Bitcoin ONLY" strategy for at least the first 210,000 block cycle**, you'll sleep much better. Newcomers lose so much money, holding garbage tokens just because someone on YT told them to. If you don't like losing money in [failed coins](https://www.coingecko.com/research/publications/how-many-cryptocurrencies-failed), avoid. Going DCA is probably the best approach, IMHO. Bitcoin to me, is a savings account. If I have some spare cash, I exchange it for sats. Once a week works best for me, but I'm getting paid weekly. If there's a 10% drop in the price since my last buy, I usually double my buy. This [DCA calculator](https://dca.bitnob.com/) might help to decide what will work best for you. In a few years, even $10 dollars a month can make a massive difference. This [DCA blog](https://er-bybitcoin.com/) is pretty interesting. Now, don't buy a fake Bitcoin at a spot ETF place or similar, **get the real thing** that you can withdraw anytime you want. Register at a proper exchange and buy real Bitcoin. Any of these will do [https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin](https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin) Install (or buy - in case you're getting Bitcoin in Thousands of $) one or more of these wallets. A few good wallet choices: [https://blockstream.com/green/](https://blockstream.com/green/) \- Top Security Features, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://bluewallet.io](https://bluewallet.io/) \- excellent, easy to use wallet, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://www.sparrowwallet.com](https://www.sparrowwallet.com) - top desktop wallet [https://electrum.org](https://electrum.org/) \- Solid choice, Open Source and Non-Custodial, one of the oldest and most trusted Bitcoin Wallets. I prefer the desktop version but it works on mobile too. Lightning wallets to consider (cheaper and faster transactions, great for small amounts): [https://phoenix.acinq.co/](https://phoenix.acinq.co/) \- Phoenix - very good wallet, uses Tor for extra privacy, easy for anyone new [https://blixtwallet.github.io/](https://blixtwallet.github.io/) \- Blixt - great UI, fast and clean [https://breez.technology](https://breez.technology/) \- Breez - excellent POS for small business owners as well as integrated Bitrefill or LN Pizza [https://zeusln.com/](https://zeusln.com/) Zeus - impressive wallet with many features, can even generate Nostr keys Hardware Wallets (to store larger amounts): [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) \- Easy to use, no matter how new in Bitcoin you're. Use the Bitcoin only firmware as it's safer than a multi coin software. [ColdCard](https://coldcardwallet.com/) - air gapped, Bitcoin only, has advanced features but a new user will do fine with one of the great tutorials available. [BitBox02](https://bitbox.swiss/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) - another great little device, opt for the more secure Bitcoin ONLY version (less coins = less code = less chance for a hidden bug or a backdoor) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade) - air gapped, fully open source, Bitcoin only, great features. You can even [build it on your own](https://github.com/Blockstream/jade/), if you feel adventurous. [Seedsigner](https://github.com/SeedSigner/seedsigner) - another DIY, fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, not for you if you're just starting up but something to consider later. [Krux wallet](https://selfcustody.github.io/krux/) - one more DIY hardware device. Similar to Seedsigner, it's fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, that is not for you right now if you're just starting up, but something to consider at a later stage and/or to up the security of your bitcoin. There's also Ledger, but I wouldn't recommend it as it's not fully open source, keep and already leaked customers' details, recently said they're capable of sending customers' keys out just with a firmware update, etc. **Stay away**, save yourself a headache in the future. Whatever wallet you'll decide to buy, purchase DIRECTLY from the manufacturer, no eBay, no Amazon. Make sure the device is NOT preset, and you will generate your own seed words. Write them down on any piece of paper as well as the receiving address. Now wipe the wallet and generate a new wallet. If the seed words are different from the first set, you're safe to use it. Find an option to set a passphrase and use it. This will boost the security to another level. Never store the seed words and passphrase together. Use a different medium if possible. If somebody finds both, they'll be able to steal your coin. This little device will hold the keys to your money, that's the reason why you have to be a bit more careful. Also, no worries, if it breaks, you can replace it - as long as you keep your seed words and passphrase(s) safe. Welcome to the rabbit hole and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions anytime during your Bitcoin journey. Also, [check the sidebar](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/about) that's filled with lots of great info and if you have any questions, visit r/BitcoinBeginners and look for the answers.

You should always cold-storage your Bitcoin. I say you learn 1. first what is a cold-storage suitable for you: pros and cons. 2. If you DCA small stack every month or bi-weekly, what is the best way to avoid unspendable UTXOs. Maybe stack via lightning, then consolidate back to Bitcoin on-chain. 3. how you store your seedphrase. 4. then, learn multisig.

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Idk DCA out seems resonable and corruption is trackable through the wallet.

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Up n down. DCA YES

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It's not exactly accurate to compare a DCA price to a spot price, because the market has limited depth at any price. Still a cool project though! And the difference will be less and less relevant over time.

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I have a goal of holding 1btc. O dongyhave a lot of money so I DCA so a major short would help me buy a t a power price. A bullrun would make what I have more valuable and help me capitalize (I usually sell 50% of what i earn in interest from nexo staking) so I'm in one nice win-win scenario but I wouldn't mind a low 50s short on BTC 🫣

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

River, Strike, and Swan all have free DCA. That is just the three I can think of in 30 seconds.

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Instead of taking a loan to buy bitcoin, take the amount you would pay for the loan (both principle and interest) each month and buy bitcoin. This "stack" you're building via DCA can never go negative anymore (which is what i think you really mean by "overinvested"), it's all bought and paid for already. When bitcoin is down, you feel good because you're getting more bitcoin for your money. And when bitcoin goes up, you feel good because your stack is growing in spending power.

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You should list their DCA of their sale price. What was it like $55k?

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DCA usually means anytime is good to buy whatever you are buying…

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"DCA" implies buying at a set interval regardless of price. Your question is "should you put a lump sum in at this time?" Whether it is a good time or not depends on your timeframe.

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theoretically speaking it's never a "bad" time to DCA into the big 2, but an argument can be made whether it's a good decision to buy anything that's pumping

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Is now a good time to still DCA into BTC and ETH?

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This is only a problem if you bought at that ATH. My DCA has done me nicely over the last year. 

Mentions:#ATH#DCA

Could have would have should have. You still have 3 BTC which is way more than most people in crypto. You should be holding onto those coins for dear life and do a regular DCA

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

Hello u/mikepencethong, many of us know juggling studies, work, and Bitcoin investments can be really tough, especially when the volatility tempts you into an emotional trade.  The most logical way to keep emotions out of your Bitcoin investing is to stick to a long-term dollar-cost averaging (DCA) strategy. This involves investing a fixed amount at regular intervals, regardless of the price. DCA can help you ride out market fluctuations and potentially reduce your average cost per coin. So, while you believe Bitcoin has a bright future, there are bound to be bumps along the road. Trying to time every bump or spending time checking your portfolio every day could interfere with your study time, which is why a DCA plan could be the best way for you to stay in the game while focusing on school.

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DCA

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Hello u/Flimsy-Panda-1400, congratulations on hitting your Bitcoin target! Your consistent accumulation of Bitcoin shows the effectiveness of dollar-cost averaging (DCA). This is a very popular strategy for building a crypto portfolio, especially for those new to the market. It involves investing a fixed amount in dollar terms at regular intervals. This removes the emotion from investing, preventing impulsive, spur-of-the-moment trades based on short term market swings. This disciplined approach can help you build a position in an asset steadily, regardless of market fluctuations, as your experience has shown.

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Nice work! It’s so great to hear DCA stories cause adding up over time is where it’s at! No FOMO, no emotions, just stacking 🔥

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Except for any average Joe who decided to put 20 bucks a week into DCA on to Bitcoin and they'll f****** know exactly what's up

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For long term results DCA is good

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DCA hasn’t hurt anyone ever, selling has

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Surprised that people would actually short it, especially at this time in the cycle and with all the helpful factors happening in the background. I would be quite surprised if we don't see 100k later this year or in 2025, but my average peak for this cycle based on the data I have seen is still 200k. There is a chance it goes even higher. I plan to exit some of my position this cycle, and I'm not even going to consider looking for an first exit point until after the election (I'll break it up and DCA out in 6-15 separate transactions depending on factors), but more likely will wait until 2025 before starting to take some profits. It is very very unlikely that we've seen the peak this cycle.

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