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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

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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

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DCA In, DCA Out

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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 ?

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What is your preferred method of DCA?

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DCA plan

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I want Bitcoin to drop more

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What does 'Have a Plan' look like?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$SOLONG the dragon

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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?

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

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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?

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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?

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Bitcoin ETFs

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

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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?

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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?

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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.

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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?

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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

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Controversial Opinion on ETF

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Congratulations Bitcoin Peopel

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Too late or never too late?

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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.

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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?

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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)

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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

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Cold storage or exchange for btc DCA?

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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!

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I seek UTXO knowledge

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Exchange question?

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

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DCA with SATS or with FIAT?

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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.

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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?

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Surfing the sun for sats. DCA everyday.

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Hot to persaude your significant other to buy BTC?

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DCA Frequency?

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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🥳

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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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Agree completely that trading Is unreliable longterm. That's why a part of the budget dedicated to Crypto Is for increasing the bag of satoshis through DCA every 15-30 days, which Is completely separate of whatever the altcoins want to do. Could make More only buying BTC? Maybe, but as long as have a bigger bag every year and get a few usd for the regular Day, why not. Is about being good, not perfecto.

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

I DCA directly on bitbox02 via pocket bitcoin. I just hodl so I don't care if I have few utxos in the 0.01-0.05 range as I can wait for a low fee period to consolidate once in a while. This approach gives me maximum control over my sats with minimal kyc and I without depending on any CEX. That said I'm perfectly aware that I pay a premium for this but it's fine for me and for now. The way you acquire BTC can and will change to adapt to future developement, but what's important is self custody and for this the bitbox02 is a solid choice.

Mentions:#DCA#CEX#BTC

It’s also possible we enter Bitcoin tina’s “hardest trade” scenario and we don’t see the massive 80-90% draw downs anymore🤷‍♂️ No one knows so best to just DCA

Mentions:#DCA

NW is over 95% rn, I believe in BTC long term and continue to DCA and buy lump sum on bigger dips so don’t feel bad 👍 been in it for over 4 years now, the big dips don’t phase me anymore, I just see them as discounts and pull the trigger and buy more lol

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

How do you guys deal with not having anymore cash to DCA? Are you guys selling some losers on a red day to buy other coins?

Mentions:#DCA

I'm new but my strategy is just DCA the top 3 (BTC, ETH, SOL) and throw spare change at more volatile coins (DOGE, SHIB, or whatever) and staking JUP (I try to also "pay" myself whenever I decide to ~~gamble~~ invest in crypto by putting some money in a high apy savings account.)

Did my DCA at 71k and it tanked so naturally I did an extra purchase on the dip....DIP MOOOOOOOOOOARRR!

Mentions:#DCA#DIP

I bought a 0.2 bitcoin at 60K last bull run. Felt like i should sell when it dropped to 19K, thinking "this thing might be done. Everyone online is calling crypto a scam now. The hype is gone." But I put on my big boy pants and decided I'd double down and not listen to the Youtubers and naysayers. Bought 0.7 or so, basically invested all the cash I was willing to lose. Was definitely worth the wait! Got my wife and coworkers to think I'm a financial genius now, lol. Sometimes you can get lucky and time the market. So, DCA for now, if it crashes again, it's on sale. That's my thoughts anyways.

Mentions:#DCA

Holding a smaller amount of Bitcoin with a deep understanding and a weekly DCA > Holding a larger amount of Bitcoin with zero understanding and a fiat focused trading mentality. You will be fine, just make sure that your sats are kept in cold storage and continue to DCA (be mindful of appropriate UTXO management).

Mentions:#DCA

It's also the cheapest if you are direct depositing. I wouldn't recommend people hold long term anywhere but cold storage but cash app is great to DCA.

Mentions:#DCA

Set up a DCA with an exchange like River that doesn't charge a fee for recurring buys. Look up UTXO basically you want to transfer BTC into a wallet you control and not leave them on the exchange, but don't transfer after every purchase because you'll get nickled and dimed with transfer fees. Instead wait until you have like .01 or more BTC saved and transfer it then. Also always remember that we don't know fuck about shit, and despite how confident some people are no one really knows if the price will continue to rise.

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

DCA, keep at it.

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DCA and HODL. That’s it.

Mentions:#DCA#HODL

6 figures loaded into alts and happily holding until 2025. This is merely an opportunity to DCA

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Same. Groceries doubled and we are a family of 4 with a dog, homeowners insurance went up by 60%, auto insurance went up, but our pay has only seen about $1.50/hour increase between us. Beyond saving in our 401ks, we DCA'd all we could up until February of this year and called it quits, letting what we have ride for better or worse.

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Fark, right after DCA day too…

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It actually takes poor timing and bad luck to lump sum incorrectly. Majority of situations it will beat DCA.

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That’s why you DCA. Over time, it hasn’t yet proven wrong.

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My friday DCAs are really DCA-ing

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Just in time for my DCA. *Nice.*

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You eventually get broken and accept what's happening. You have 3 options now. 1 hold and DCA 2 sell all and see if you can get back in cheaper. This is very risky. 3.sell all at a loss and move on with your life. I'm option 1

Mentions:#DCA

That is unfortunate. I lost some BTC as well. I just make sure to DCA as much as I can each week.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

It took two years of painful and persistent DCA but with this dip I finally made the last purchase and became a wholecoiner! Can't tell you how good it feels to be the proud owner of 1 DOT.

Mentions:#DCA#DOT

Nah. DCA or lump sum. It won’t matter if you’ve got the time.

Mentions:#DCA

Had 1,1 in 2019 which I got for $3400. Sold everything when it hit $10000 and was also depressed a long time after that. So right there with you buddy! I only have about 0,05 now because my financials haven’t let me accumulate more until now, but trying to think positive - new investment opportunities always come and go, and if you DCA a bit at a time you’ll always be along with the ride even if it’s less than what it could have been. Never think *what if* but rather *what will*. Make yourself happy with other stuff and good things will come to you again :)

Mentions:#DCA

I seriously though that DCA stood for Diversified Crypto Account. Owning several different tokens as a hedge. I'm a newbie too.

Mentions:#DCA

1% market buy fee and a 1% market sell fee with withdrawal and transfer fees on top of that to own bitcoin. Sure you can limit buy and sell to whittle down the fees but lots of people don't. Versus FDIC / SIPC insured ETF you can DCA for free daily if you want. Lower spreads than most bitcoin exchange. And at a 0.25% yearly fee breaks even only after 8+ years. If you actually manage to diamond hands 8+ years, a 0.25% fee every year after that will be insignificant compared to gains you achieved over the years and a reputable party is where you probably would want to park your multi million dollar stack since bitcoin would be worth $1 million per coin.

Mentions:#ETF#DCA

yes. just DCA on your shitcoins. should come out on top eventually.

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"be greedy when others are fearful" DCA and load the bags

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It's true you want to avoid having UTXOs below some threshold. 1 million sats is a conservative UTXO size but it really depends on your own personal preferences. Most people don't want transactions to have fees exceeding 1% of the payment amount so look at [this graph](https://mempool.space/graphs/mining/block-fee-rates) and figure out what fee rates you can expect over time. Those rates are sats/vbyte. A single UTXO, assuming an address that starts with "bc1", is roughly 120 vbytes. The more UTXOs in your transaction, the more vbytes you use. Your total fee is total vbytes times the fee rate. For example 250 vbytes @ 10 sats/vbyte is 2500 sats. From that graph you can see fees range from 1 sat/vbyte all the way up to a median (within a block) of 800 sats/vbyte at extreme times. There are a few ways to mitigate paying high fees. When fee rates are low you can [consolidate your UTXOs](https://bitbox.swiss/blog/what-is-utxo-consolidation/). Another way is to use an exchange that supports payments over lightning. You send your bitcoin from the exchange to your lightning wallet and when your lightning channel fills up you can swap on-chain via [Boltz.exchange](https://boltz.exchange/swap). If your lightning channel has enough capacity then you can send your DCA amount regularly and only swap when your UTXO makes sense to you.

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Read up on DCA in, DCA out. It's not a perfect science but it sounds like that might be the position you're in. Little bits at a time will add up.

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I am also in the 4 bitcoin camp I scroll down my coinbase activity log and it still there haunting me from 2015 4 BTC @ $247.32 11:02AM February 20, 2015 As somebody who did (and still does) run money for others my advice is simple. allocate what you can afford to lose not to exceed 10 percent of your net worth and DCA in over the next 12 months. Forget you own it and come back and check in in 2030. I do a modified DCA where I commit to a set amount per month regardless of price action but increase my contribution if prices are below my last months contribution and increase again when the current price is below my average cost.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

If you held your BTC on FTX before it collapsed, you should either sell it or move it into your cold wallet. If you bought BTC at 3k in 2019 and 2020, then the chance you already made good money even with the FTX collapse (the bottom of 2022 was 16k). The best strategy in investing is to invest in DCA over time, not timing the market like reckless traders. The traders always show you how much they make ("Today I am up 5k or 100%), but they never show you how much they lost. LOL. Find a good income source, and keep stacking crypto.

Mentions:#BTC#FTX#DCA

I been DCA awhile now and only have $600. It doesn't matter tbh. Live your life while you can. Appreciate things you have

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Who says? Professional investors in crypto certainly don't say that. Maybe in stonks, but not crypto. They buy low and sell high. DCA works if you happen to start when the price is low and then it goes up. People who are seriously "up" (like multiples of what they've put in) must have started prior to 2021. If BTC does a 2022 and drops from 67k to 16k again ("blah blah, it'll never happen again etc.") anyone who started DCAing after 2020 and HODLed ever since will be down and would have been better putting their money in a sock. The only real advantages of DCA are that it's less stressful (set an auto-buy and forget about it) and if you want to put an amount in over time rather than up-front (which is what DCA really means). In crypto, DCA success depends on getting lucky with the price. As does FOMO, going all-in etc. IT's not magic - if the price is currently > your average buy-in then you are up, for now.

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

That’s exactly what I was trying to do last bull cycle. —> I ended up selling at 30k and had to watch it go up to 60 Believe me it hurt So after that I chose to actually DCA through everything and it does feel good

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Wait, so some people aren't DCA and HODLing?

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its great to dca now of course. but to dca when bitcoin was around 50k-60k last bull cycle is just dumb imo. might as well wait untill it hits lower and then start dca'ing. In the long run you will profit. But my goal is to profit more. not to wait 4 years everytime to profit. granted you are doing dca, so its not lumpsum. but mehh. I prefer doing lumpsum during bear. DCA is for people who dont know how to play the cycles game.

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I feel you bro. Can't relate to part where you said you had a bigger stack before but had to sell, but I only recently started investing both my fiat and time to learn what BTC really is. I feel extremely late as well (boy oh boy, it feels awkward to say this since I firmly believe BTC will reach $1m in our lifetimes). But, if you have a huge set of balls on you, there is a possibility to *try to* time the upcoming bull market - and potentially do a x1.5, x2 or even x3 with the stack you have. It's risky, but not impossible. I know that's what I'm going to try. Sell at around $150k, keep it as Tether on my hardware wallet, and buy back at around $90k-$100k. I'm really gonna need to do this if I want to reach my goal (which is becoming a whole coiner). This won't be without any risks tho, there's always a possibility that BTC will not come back to that $100k mark after it crushes those numbers. I'm aware. I genuinely think that it'll be the last chance for a lot of 'normal' people - so to say - to get a whole coin. If this thing blows past $250k, someone who will start from scratch will simply never see a 1 BTC in their lifetime - or they'd have to sell their house or something like that. This $70k mark is already crazy, but DCA'ing can still get you far. If you don't want to risk it, I get it. Anyway, I wish you the best my friend.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

DCA and hold. Don’t overthink it. Don’t expect to be a millionaire overnight either. Just DCA, hold, and it will pay off in time.

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No it’s not “just dumb” if you believe in Bitcoin to reach way higher highs than the previous ones. Remember when we were at 20k in December 2020? We were at the previous all time high at that time. Not explain to me how DCAing at that point would’ve been a bad idea? There is a difference between DCAing and spreading an investment throughout a given period of time. If you decide to DCA, you actively decide not having to analyse the market and its movements but you can simply just keep investing

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DCA in a bear market, buying now is risky and the potential is too small

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DCA implies a long timeframe and for BTC only. If you have a short timeframe or you are trading Alts, you will be recked regardless of your strategy.

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

Whats done is done. Who knows maybe it will drop again? Just keep DCA. 0.2 is already something

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I have 3 Bitcoin, so now the FOMO urge to buy is satisfied. I will still keep DCA buying couple hundred dollars worth of sats every month

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They say DCA is the best way to make profits but everytime I put more in it drops.

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Never forget, there’s only enough bitcoin for at most .0026 for each person on the planet. Maybe try buying some Litecoin. It’s more affordable, underpriced, almost identical to bitcoin, is used as a testbed for many current bitcoin features, has a privacy feature, and is being scooped up by institutional investors. Or, you can buy LTCN, (grayscale litecoin trust), which has drastically outperformed LTC itself. Use your gains from that investment to buy more bitcoin, because these investment trusts have a tendency of outperforming their underlying assets. In other words, invest elsewhere in assets that are currently performing better than bitcoin, (Fidelity has a ton of them). Use your gains to buy bitcoin more quickly than you would be able to with DCA.

Mentions:#LTC#DCA

Time in the market is better than timing the market. You should at least DCA.

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.2 is still really good. I have around this myself via heavy DCA'ing between the 15k and 20k price. During this time, my boss definitively told me, "bitcoin is going to zero" - pretty sure this made me by more!

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$70,000 + $35,000 = $105,000. That divided by each Bitcoin is $52,500 per Bitcoin not $35,000. Also that wild of a swing only happens during flash crashes. The real key to DCA’ing is being consistent over time so you get a longer term average value. You end up buying high and low but it averages out. If you’re not careful the temptation to say well I won’t buy today because it’s up I’ll wait until it goes down is too great and then you don’t realize while it was up compared to last week it’s down compared to a year or 10 years from now. DCA is consistency.

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This is what always happens. Price goes up and people want to buy more. Price goes down and people want to sell. Buy high sell low as they say. Either commit to DCA or just leave it alone because it's extremely volatile. Who knows what happens next. It could go up. Or it could go down. Obviously everyone here is very bullish and excited (refer back to my first paragraph) to buy. Let's see what happens after the halving. It's fascinating to follow.

Mentions:#DCA

First, Bitcoin will not go to zero so buy statements of people that say that in the future. Second, continue DCA on it and before you know it you'll have a whole BTC again.

Mentions:#DCA#BTC

Most people that say they are DCA are actually buying lump sum with each paycheck. True DCA is when you have a pool of money and instead of using it all at once, you buy at regular intervals.

Mentions:#DCA

Dollar Cost Averaging. For example, you buy 1 bitcoin for 70,000$… your COST is 70,000$. Let’s say a couple days later bitcoin dumps and goes down to 35,000$ each. Well now you are down 50%, huge loss right. Well now you can do two things. You sell for a loss, or you can DCA by continuing to buy more bitcoin and adding to your position. Since now you are buying it at much lower price then your cost average starts to go down in the hope of it to come back up. So you bought 1 bitcoin for 70,000$ then when it dropped you bought another bitcoin at 35,000$. Now your COST for the 2 bitcoins you own is 35,000$, therefore if Bitcoin rises again to 70k well now you will be in profit, while if you hadn’t DCA and just your initial 1 Bitcoin and the price goes back to 70k you didn’t make anything. Hope that makes sense. Remember DCA is just a strategic tool

Mentions:#COST#DCA

Ok. Everybody’s situation and investment approach is different but … Don’t FOMO. Maybe spread your (type of) investments to reduce the risk, if that’s something which concerns you. Not true of all investments, e.g. savings accounts, but very much the case with crypto, only invest what you’re prepared to lose! Invest for the long(er) term and, as with all long(er) term investments, top up regular (DCA). All of that said, as with all investments, set a strategy and stick to it e.g. sell if it goes below x, reset your tolerances if it rises above y, etc. Maybe try to recoup your original investment and then just hodl. I don’t agree with those who say Bitcoin IS the exit strategy, surely YOU must have a goal in mind, obviously that may change over time and unexpected events might force you to change your plans, but if you hit your (investment) goals be happy, don’t be greedy.

Mentions:#DCA

I DCA through the 2020 bear market and sold I w the sam bankman Freid fiasco. I was pretty convicted that it was the best time to get in. I had a bargain. I blew it. Oh well!

Mentions:#DCA

>I will continue to DCA but I feel like I’m chasing something unobtainable now. Change what you're chasing.

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forgive my ignorance as a noob, however, what does DCA mean?

Mentions:#DCA

Back when btc was like $1 my roommate owed me $60 for weed and wanted to buy btc and pay me with 60 coins. I said no and needed the cash. So yeah, that was a big miss. Not that I would have held during the run up or not lost the keys at some point but still, can't help but wonder what might have been. Now I'm DCA and only have .04 so to me .20 is still really good.

Mentions:#DCA

Learning to DCA through the ENTIRE bear market is the hardest lesson to learn. And when you're doing it, it feels like it takes FOREVER, to get to the next bull, lol.

Mentions:#DCA

I've been buying since the 2017 top, never sold a sat ;-) The last few years I've been mostly DCA'ing, not really caring much about the price. Btw, buying tops only becomes a fact in hindsight, but let's assume we are also talking about 'buying at ATH'. ATH is not always correlated with the euphoria stages of the cycle, for instance if you stop buying at the first cycle ATH you could be waiting a long time for lower prices. Imagine you stopped buying when ATH broken in dec 2020 (20k), you would have waited until juli 2022 for lower prices (if they would even come). If you have a strong conviction in bitcoin for the long term, you would have to be very disciplined and be able to deal with the uncertainty of being a short term bear in a bull market. If you are really convinced in bitcoin for the long term, as I am, a good strategy is to just DCA , enjoy the rollercoaster, and don't stress too much about buying when prices are high. When euphoria really starts to kick in you could pauze your DCA. Using indicators like NUPL have also proven to be reliable.

Mentions:#DCA#ATH

You've learned a couple of valuable lessons. First, always do your own research and make your own financial decision. This could mean taking advice from advisors, but from multiple sources. Second, never chase the market. It will always get you. DCA is a good strategy, but you are showing a lot of feelings, which could trigger an emotional response in an event of a crash, and you should refrain yourself from selling at a loss. Remember, a lot of panicers come into the market from time to time, but they get flushed out fairly quickly. Third, we are eventually going to enter an actual bear market. You would need to cash out periodically similar to DCA before the bear market, or you need to hold or DCA through the beae market.

Mentions:#DCA

Yo!!! Perspective please!! Fidelity (the company holding over 11B in BTC) is still predicting a $1B BTC: you’re siting on potentially $200M. It’s going to be ok, DCA until things go crazy and you’ll be telling your sad loss stories on a beach somewhere warm after your 3rd cocktail.

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

Do not try to regret about past events. You probably did the optimal thing based on your knowledge and information at the time. You try to contemplate about events in the past years but including all the knowledge and experience you manage to accumulate until today. You have .2 BTC now, you are on the right track and you can only imagine what DCA + the power of compound interest can do for you in the next 5 years. Good luck and be happy and grateful for your choices!

Mentions:#BTC#DCA

Not where I live :) I suppose each country is different. But if you plan to sell, why would the DCA out amount matter? Taxes are calculated in percentages of the gains you realise usually.

Mentions:#DCA

Thank you. I should be able to make it to 0.4 BTC this year depending on how much the prices rise - I will keep DCA every week

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Already took profits a couple months back (my cost basis), now DCAing back in. I know you can't "time the market", but you sort of can because we have cycles. I'm sitting on some cash right now waiting for the post-halving suppression (yea I know I don't know the future blah blah) to get some "extra DCA" in. During the run and close-to-top, which I guess will be sometime next year (spring?), I have price points at which I will DCA out. All manual, no limit orders. When we have the next crash, I play to buy back in and cycle a couple low APR loans (this takes discipline, but it's a nice payout - basically you can get play mr.bank by taking a lower risk loan and converting it into a higher risk loan tee hee). Long term just stacking my main bags (BTC/ETH) and not really thinking about it.

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Bitcoin will punish both those who ignore it and those that don’t know why to buy it. 0.2 is a lot more than most people would dream of in 15 years. DCA and wait

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“Hey guys! I DCA’d for a full Bitcoin! But now when I want to move it to cash out, it says my transaction fee is $20,000!!!” The next post, “Keep your coins on an exchange so you don’t get hit with crazy UTXO fees”

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I just DCA myself each paycheck buy directly w ledger / PayPal. Not the best I know but where I live doesn’t have great options. I couldn’t get accounts due to laws w many places. (NY law).

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Hard to know when that will be. I’ve been waiting and we keep hovering around this price. The halving mania keeps playing in my head that it’s going to go up but it very well may come down like BTC cash did? Who knows.. that’s why I’m just DCA - will it matter in the end

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Who do you DCA with? I'm new to this but trying to get my feet wet. Any advice will be helpful, thanks

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My prediction? Loads of people panic buy at the top and spend the next 4 years talking about DCA

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Yes I was so upset I listened to him, because before that I was completely in for long haul. I’m just going to keep DCA - get 40 percent of a coin this year maybe. Wait for next bear market to buy more. I’ll get there.

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Keep DCA'ing, we will dump again, markets move in cycles. Next bear run make sure you have funds to use for DCA!

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I 1st learned of bitcoin (and shitcoins) in 2012. I was mining, trading, and doing great. By 2013, I had a decent stack of bitcoin and sold out all for physical silver. Wow, did I ever think I made a killing. When I finally did the work to understand what bitcoin is. I sold that useless silver and bought back in for a ridiculously lower amount of bitcoin. I have DCA'd every day since. I learned a hard lesson, but I'm still here, stacking with laser eye conviction. It still stings sometimes thinking about it. But we can only learn from our mistakes. Keep stacking hodler. You're still early. We got this!

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Don’t know. Don’t care. DCA till I’m ded.

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My plan Is to wait for everyone to be hyped, when everything seems smooth and even randoms in Street talk about crypto, just get out. Of course, Will also do DCA acording to needs and personal milestones.

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The best way to take profits is to DCA out over time when markets heat up. You can get a sense of where the market stands by looking at risk valuation metrics. I use [alphasquared ](https://alphasquared.io)for my dca in and out strategies, but you can use anything you like. Basically, I set DCA out targets at each risk level and the higher risk goes, the higher the more I DCA out. My first take profit will be at 75 risk with a low amount. Here's a [Guide ](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1am42ts/a_practical_guide_to_dynamic_dca_risk_metric_tier/)I wrote about a month ago that covers the basics and even more metrics you can use. I'm sure you'll find it useful.

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Have some spare cash around - what’s a good price to lump sum (I started DCA weekly last month so relatively new) but I’m in it for the long haul

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I'm 59% in BTC (66% crypto) as of end of March. Was 26% in BTC back in Jan 2023 so heavy DCAing combined with price going up significantly got me to 59%. My last buy was around 45k and now I'm using my BTC DCA money to DCA passive index funds instead. My net worth is quite a bit higher than yours but I'm personally happy with my allocation right now and I do sleep well at night. It's about to be my third cycle so BTC already feels like a safe investment to me already. Haven't decided on whether to sell or HODL but definitely planning to start to DCA again once BTC drops like 60%.

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DCA regardless of price.

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My personal plan is to DCA + HODL for a decade and then reevaluate things.

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Kraken Pro and transfer out your BTC to a cold storage wallet. Make sure you educate yourself properly before doing any transfers, do a test transfer for a small amount and once it's successful transfer all of it off the exchange. Trezor, Blackstream Jade are reputable if you want to use a Hardware Wallet. Keep your keys VERY private and don't mishandle them. Education is key so learning everything possible about BTC and all the in's and out will be benificial. Nobody can make the decision for you, if you want to go all in just do it and think about holding it for the long term or DCA like most of us do so you have skin in the game.

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Personally I would DCA and buy $250 of btc a week over the next 4 weeks. With the up coming halving event on April 20th it will likely be a sell the news event, but just in case it isn’t, it would be safest to hold a small position.

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DCA sell some on the way up. To buy things and to prepare for the bear market.

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He's DCA'ing at the gym.

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Just speculation but if you didn’t know DCA is dollar cost average, so keep buying over a period of time. Weighted DCA could mean “doing the same” but also putting weights on different assets depending on news cycles. Less volatility than trading, more upside than ambivalent DCA. Dunno if that’s what they meant tho 🤷‍♂️

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