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As a whale, I was never worried about halving

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Everything to know about Moons before 'Moon Week' Returns on Jan. 29th.

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HODL “GameStop” wise to the moon!!!

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Lonely HODLer

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BTC Dumping

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Why isnt Bitcoin bulling with the new ETFs?

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HODL or buy more

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How the ETFs are Causing the Dump

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ETFs gave professionals a larger lever on BTC.

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ETF approval just gave the pros a longer lever to manipulate the BTC price.

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I've barely got no food at home but I ain't selling. HODL

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FT article on Bitcoin ETFs: we’re on cars, they’re on horses.

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Just finished watching The Beanie Bubble. Not as good as I was hoping it would be.

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Arguing with friend about Bitcoin

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Approximately 10.33% of the total Bitcoin supply, equivalent to 2,170,327 BTC, is distributed among ETFs, funds, private/public companies, governments, and DeFi. The rest is held by individuals or lost. HODL strong.

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Where is all the Bitcoin

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Question - BTC holding per share for Bitcoin ETF

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You're at your deathbed: Your significant other has passed away and you don't have any children -- what do you do with your Bitcoins?

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Just Launched a few minutes ago: Forever Alone Token ($Alone) Solana - Our Journey Begins on Raydium!

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Dan Niles just stated "starting to buy [Bitcoin] ETFs w/ halving event coming in April." Welcome aboard Dan!!! STACK & HODL BTC TO RICHES!!! GLTA!!!

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BTC 1+ year HODL wave

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|Troll 2.0| Missed $Troll? Here is your second chance!| Life doesn't give 2nd chances again | Strong Team | ETH Whales|Currently at 350k MC

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HODL?

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I Just Put Bitcoin (HODL) in My 401(k) - You May Be Able to too!

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Origin of "HODL"

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Will someone with 20 btc be considered wealthy?

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BITCOIN GONNA CRASH!!

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Mining and energy production

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To all the millennial hodlers out there...

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Bitcoin ETF Price Difference 🤔

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Blackrock now holds 11,439 bitcoin

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Speculative? Risky? The Intelligent Investor…

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This was the plan

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Why I HODL

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That’s what happens when you try to trade instead of HODL

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Bitcoin recovery Inevitable

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Bitcoin Recovery Inevitable $42k

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All posts “it’s a FUD”, “they manipulate “

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The next three months will be wildly volatile, be prepared for anything and make sure you HODL.

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Amid a red day, here is some positive data after day 1 trading of BTC ETFs

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Pls guys sell something more

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They are sooo predictable

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Bitcoin ETFs with expense ratios and AUM.

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The latest Bitcoin ETFs with expense ratios.

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So why didn’t the price go up today?

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

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Rookie Here

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Sold GBTC; bought HODL

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HODL ETF – VanEck Bitcoin Trust | Holdings and Performance | VanEck

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Best Bitcoin ETF Ticker Symbol

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Anyone know why VanEck’s HODL isn’t trading on Robinhood or E*Trade when ArkB and iShares are live?

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Anyone else preparing to be a degen like me?

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Sold all my bitcoin a week ago

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Spot ETF tickers

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All the news of the ETF approval is nice and all, but the point still stands… buy actual Bitcoin

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Let's not forget what happened to Gold after EFT approval. HODL!

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All 11 bitcoin ETF tickers, for tomorrow. GLTA!!!

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Are you guys buying bitcoin ETFs?

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wHy nO eTF pUMP?

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So which ETF are you guys buying with your IRA(s)?

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Bad link or not…ETF approval is imminent ladies and gentlemen. Keep calm and HODL

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here we go again fellas...

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HODL

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SEC.gov website says ARK’s ETF is approved!!!!!

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Gare Bear is gonna be pissed when he finds out

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Imagine selling just before the real announcement because a twitter account was hacked

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Weak Hands Show Yourself

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Helping Little Hodlers

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

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How are you cashing out?

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Me, waiting for SEC announcement about ETFs…to buy that juicy dip in ALT coins.

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NFS on solana

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For Those About To HODL we salute you!

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Just HODL it ✔️

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Can somebody please help me understand MicroStrategy's Bitcoin strategy?

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House or Bitcoin?

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Breaking News: ETF approved (inside sources)

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Finally broke even - relief and anticipation

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Being a whole coiner is no big deal

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Bitcoin "hedge against inflation" narrative.

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CoinBase requesting Transaction Details

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Bitcoin appreciation potential in the age of the ETF

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Whole coiner

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Firing the almighty: Can you handle crypto's wild swings better than God?

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This moment seems important, but it is not.

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Bitcoin Slumps on ETF Rejection Rumour in January— Stay Calm and HODL, Experts Predict 2024 Bullish Rebound!

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Where does BTC news hit first? Where will the SEC ETF decision leak/publish to first?

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Who’s planning to “sell the news”?

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Best Exchanges to DCA through?

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Why I am a HODL

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HODL

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Why I sold all my Bitcoin (Serious)

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Signing Devices/Hardware Wallets

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Crypto Crossroads: Navigating a $10k Investment in the 2018 Bitcoin

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Happy New Year 2024!

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Hot Take: I don’t believe in Hodl. Here are my reasons why…

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Don't be surprised if bitcoin drops for a year

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So what happens to BTC in a widespread cyberattack/grid down scenario?

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How I was able to HODL through the bear market by staking

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Macroeconomic impact of Spot ETF + halving = 🚀 🌙

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That guy, American HODL (a frequent guests on bitcoin podcasts like What Bitcoin Did) coined the 6.15 meme several years back, shitposting on bitcoin twitter. The joke was that owning 6.15 BTC will give you “eternal riches and big titty b*tches.”

Mentions:#HODL#BTC

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

1) Read The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous. 2) Listen to the The Saylor Series (first episodes of Robert breedlove's podcast What Is Money). 3) Recourses on Michael Saylor's website hope.com. HODL!

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Price is set on the margin, ie if only 5% (or a small pct) of BTC is available for sale as other HODL, it doesn't take a lot to push the price up

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

its about time in the market, not timing the market. ETF's have gone from 0 to holding over 1 million bitcoin in the span of a year. blackrock , fidelity and friends are averaging about 200-350million per day and still going. you can learn about onchain metrics and see that the HODL rate is increasing, supply is decreasing and at all Time low while demanding is increasing exponentially, number of user increasing, number of everything literally increasing and the rest of the world still has to come. FTX is giving back 12 billion to all the people who were into crypto at the end of year, all that moneys coming back in, fed rate cuts coming soon, trump and congress / senators becoming pro bitcoin / positive legislation coming into effect such as FASB accounting rules. don't be short term trying to time a buy when the road ahead is long and prosperous, why risk missing out when your already going to make more than enough

Mentions:#ETF#HODL#FTX

the other question on investing, if you can't earn bitcoin or mine it than yes you exchange monetary units (dollars) on an exchange like Coinbase or swanbitcoin or the bitcoin well , do research, IMO it doesn't matter where you get the bitcoin, just take self custody and HODL and "lose it in a boating accident", there are ways to obscure the bitcoin and your going to have to use it in the future when were on a bitcoin standard so it doesn't really matter if people know you have bitcoin, but you can hide how much you have.

Mentions:#IMO#HODL

So your misunderstanding what people are telling you when they say its been answered and you can find it, you are going to have more questions and there are people who already given great answers instead of wasting everyones time because your new and want people to just tell you rather than use your intellectual curiosity and go do some research. Bitcoin is a journey you have to go through yourself and learn as much as you can because if you don't understand bitcoin your just going to lose it either through improper opsec, or you couldn't HODL against the volatility. Your here because you want to make money, im here for the revolution. to answer your question there are multiple wallets and each is pro/cons, but the "hardest/most secure" IMO is ColdCard.

Mentions:#HODL#IMO

If your asking this it means you lack in bitcoin education, there's a saying "Your allocation is relative to your understanding of bitcoin" your talking about being a fiat millionaire in the face of a monetary transition to bitcoin, but I understand what your asking/doing, I want to be a millionaire too and spend the dollar. so the advice is dive deeper into bitcoin and buy as much as your possibly can within reason that doesn't make you lose it, such as taking out too much debt to buy bitcoin and you get screwed over and have to lose the bitcoin. take self custody, run a node and HODL.

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Buy and HODL..and buy the dip, that's all😁

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Five days to go until the Bitcoin conference! Time to dust off my 'HODL' t-shirt and practice my moonwalk.

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My license plate says HODL. and I don't want to know anybody

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Just like my disbelief when people opened up shorts when DOW dropped below $20k in 2020, I can’t believe people want to hold shorts leading up to ETH ETFs. Maybe they’ll be right, but cost/risk is too high for my bones. HODL

Mentions:#ETH#HODL

There has been so many bullish signs in the last 6 months but it’s been a roller coaster and nothing has come to fruition … I have feeling that on the day or after Trump gives a little speech at the BTC conference… the price will probably drop again. Just HODL for now.

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

Buy Bitcoin. **HODL for a decade**. You just become a profitable trader.

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Nobody can tell. I plan to HODL for 5 years at least, so no issues.

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I don't care all that much because what I'm getting back is a small portion of what I have. I only had 1 BTC at MtGox, so I'm getting roughly 0.2 BTC and 0.2 BCH. I didn't need to be forced to HODL, I'm a hodler through and through. Although I spent some of my BTC and wasted some in bad trades, I still haven't sold any. My earliest BTC were purchased in 2012 at $5 and the most recent ones in 2020 at around $7,000. But you're right, plenty of us are thanking providence for being forced to HODL. I even encountered some claimants who never purchased another BTC after MtGox went down. That, I thought, is pretty crazy.

Mentions:#BTC#BCH#HODL

tldr; U.S. spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) saw a record $422.67 million in inflows in a single day, the highest since June 5th, indicating strong institutional interest in digital assets. Blackrock’s IBIT led with $260 million in inflows, increasing its Bitcoin holdings to over $20 billion. Other significant contributions came from Fidelity’s FBTC, Ark Invest’s ARKB, Vaneck’s HODL, and Invesco and Galaxy’s BTCO. Since January 11, 2024, total net inflows into these ETFs have reached $16.53 billion, with the funds now holding about 4.58% of Bitcoin’s total market cap. This surge reflects growing investor confidence in Bitcoin amid global economic uncertainties and highlights its role in diversification and long-term investment strategies. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

This Bitcoin surge past $65K is wild! Breaking the $64K resistance with strong volume is a big deal. # Here’s the lowdown: * **Short Liquidations:** If BTC hits $67K, we could see a ton of short positions getting liquidated, possibly pushing prices even higher. * **Possible Scenarios:** * **Dip to $55K:** Could happen due to natural corrections or profit-taking. * **Break Above $70K:** If the momentum keeps up and we trigger those short squeezes, $70K+ is definitely on the table. # TL;DR: Whether we dip to $55K or break past $70K, the long-term outlook is solid. Just HODL and ride out the waves! 🚀

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

As soon as I learned #NotYourKeysNotYourCorn… If you’re asking the question, you’re past that point. AT LEAST get it off the exchange and into an exodus wallet in the meantime. Then link your Trezor with exodus and #HODL

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I feel like the Mt Gox folks are sitting on huge profits because of forced HODL. I would MAYBE sell enough to get my original investment back but then sit on my sats.

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True, let’s hope I can HODL for 10 more years

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Yeah, they force-HODL’d for so long they HAVE to see the value in a low time preference. Someone will realize profits but it won’t be a large-scale sell-off imo.

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It's funny that the Mt. Gox collapse will probably be the greatest thing that ever happened to them. Forced HODL for 10 years. Whatever they sell will get sucked up by the market immediately.

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If I need to make a major purchase like a house, use the Bitcoin to do that. If not, HODL.

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I HODL. Great question: I always told myself I would double down if it went to $20k. I kept dcaing and buying dips. I remember Cathie Woods saying "its supporting at 29k" then it dumped. Hard. So what did I do? My major asset left was I had a trophy property with a lot of equity. It went up a lot since I bought it. It was a very hard to replace property and I would never have the income again to qualify. I had an investor purchase a lot of the equity in exchange for $. I signed loan documents. I distinctly pushing them back to the notary and thinking "that's that". It was my most terrifying decision ever besides buying that house which at the time people told me I was insane for doing (2016). After I sign, the investor stopped doing deals due to market conditions. I waited 2 months. I remember all this vividly. My parents were really the only ones who believed in this for me. During this time, my dad was very sick. I lived with him and my mom. The day after he died the investor resumed and I nearly doubled down (maybe it was another 33%, but nearly everything). I bought a fair amount of doge at a .075 cent average. Bought a lot of Sol at 19-20, was too afraid to buy it during the FTX crash. I remember when CZ said he would possibly bail out ftx and it went from 20-24. Then he said no and it went to 16k. I remember buying 1,000 at 15800. Over time, I had to sell some btc for a move/life decision. Overall though I never sold any doge, eth, sol, and kept the majority of my btc. Before this I rode luna to zero. I won't sell because while I greatly benefited from real estate, I think crypto is the real chance most young people have to get out and for the majors of btc/eth/sol there is much less risk and more upside than real estate. There is a certain dollar figure I have in mind-i hit that, 60% is sold, and I disappear from 90% of people. If Btc flash crashed to 30k I would sell the property and triple down. Crypto changes quickly. One of the guys I knew who is quite successful got into it when btc was $6k after the covid crash. He traded out if and made quite a bit of $. However he will never re-enter with size relative to net worth. I view crypto as a one way bet. It's either a very important technology, and bitcoin which I view separate is something that will be looked at as powerful as the printing press was an invention (no pun on printing money). Or, in 5 years, it doens't get the traction to work. The binary nature of it is what attracts me. I've never seen anything like crypto. I don't know if I ever will.

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TLDR HODL and one day your ancestors can keep their family for pennies today.

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they had the option to HODL it but they decided for a fire sale (Notverkauf).

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Are you also acknowledging that they should have HODL? Im not gonna waste time engaging with you if thats the case.

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Woah... Remembering, some years or so, when BTC was around some 100 € or so, I owned 11 of that suckers. HODL I said, but I didn't. Well well...

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Do you have strategy on buying BTC or HODL only?

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MATIC trades are fun and easy. Great coin to print some USDT. I wouldnt HODL MATIC though.

HODL!

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Governments can’t HODL

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You got a couple things right, but there are absolutely some incorrect statements here. "Ripple" is not the chain, but that's a common mistake. "Ripple" *is* the company that developed XRP and owns a lot of it. But this is a minor mistake in semantics and not entirely-relevant facts. There is no "object", in the crypto-world, called "Ripple." The thing that gets traded and spent and bought and sold is called "XRP," not "Ripple." XRP *does* have a for-profit company "behind" it, in that Ripple developed it, and owns a ton of XRP. But Ripple does not control development of tokens or options or advancements of the XRP Ledger (the blockchain that rules the XRP-verse). They *do* develop on-chain options and advancements, but it is absolutely open-source and is freely-available to independent developers. They contribute to the platform, but they are not the entirety of it. They do not control it, in the sense that if they closed their doors tomorrow, XRPL would stop functioning. And to one of your points, yes, XRP is meant to facilitate fiat-to-fiat transfers. Because fiat itself isn't sufficient. Current banking systems are slow. So Ripple jumped in and figured out a way to convert fiat to XRP, move XRP in seconds, then convert back to fiat, in less time than it takes to use banks to send fiat directly. XRP can be, but wasn't intended to be, a medium for consumer transactions. It wasn't developed so you could buy a new set of skis on Amazon. It was developed so banks could *quickly* move money *efficiently*. It's become more than that, but it's not necessarily that Ripple is pushing it. You can buy and HODL, you can daytrade, you can buy items with it. But that was not the *original* intent. The original intent was for banks to move large quantities of money quickly. > the Ripple Corporation can mint and burn XRP on it own as they seem fit. No, this is a common misconception, and definitely repeated by XRP haters. I mean, it's a possibility, but that's not a decision that Ripple makes. I'm not even entirely sure on this point, but I'll say it anyway. If there's a proposal to increase the circulation higher than 100B, then Ripple *could* mint more tokens. But this would only be at the behest of the majority of voters, not at Ripple's discretion. It would need to be voted on - and it's hard for me to picture a situation where any holder or validator *wants* more XRP in circulation. In their wallet, sure. But not in circulation. Out of curiosity, where did you get some of this information? Is there a website - with named authors, rather than Reddit, that is providing this?

Mentions:#XRP#HODL

Gotta have faith in something OP... You've been orange 💊'd already ... HODL kid

Mentions:#OP#HODL

Now Hodl her tight, just like me. -HODL

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You can now. Buy and HODL - don’t speculate. There is nothing to speculate about. Bitcoin price TODAY is still HALF its dollar to Bitcoin value. There are 2.7 trillion dollars in circulation. There are 19.7 million Bitcoin. The math is really simple. It’s a matter of “if”. It is a matter of when.

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I am middle aged and earned every penny myself. I plan to HODL my BTC

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I fully recommend to read "Broken Money" or "The Bitcoin standard" to answer the question yourself. Short answer is yes you should invest in bitcoin now, but only to HODL for at least four or five years.

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Why all the toxicity? Compensating for something, perhaps? 📉🧘‍♂️ Clearly, it's a strategic play to sell and reinvest when the Mt**. Gox coins hit the market (**end of month, early August). But hey, crypto's a wild ride – just HODL if you can and mind your own portfolio! 🚀

Mentions:#HODL

I bought at little over 50k and still HODL. very happy :):)

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It’s only the beginning, BUY and HODL!

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Are used to think orange peeling people was a good idea – and some degree. It is in that you teach them about the fundamentals of bitcoin and the importance of bitcoin and *what bitcoin really is;* a completely decentralized peer peer monetary system that bypasses all centralized control, and invades, inflation and money printers and central banks… But what I’ve also learned is that Orange pilling should not include convincing people to *actually buy bitcoin.* because even once you’ve been orange peed, it can take anywhere from a year to a decade to full human body. The idea of being orange pill, and what that actually means… Subsequently developing the conviction of fully understanding the orange pill, which is completely required in order to be diamond hands. Most people even if they understand bitcoin are not going to have the Huta to be able to huddle through this insane volatility of this bitcoin market swimming pool. Unfortunately, once a bitcoin verbally goes from the swimming pool to the ocean, a lot of people will be angry, but if they were honest with themselves, they would know that they wouldn’t have been able to HODL through the volatility.

Mentions:#HODL

Be ready for a large drop and a larger increase. HODL: Hold On for Dear Life.

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A better experiment would be to get everyone to buy and HODL every week. 6m members in here if we get 3M people to buy and send to their hard wallet to “forget” about it over time the supply will decrease. Just have to trust people doing it and set a minimum amount to buy. 3M people buy $100 a week is 300m divide that buy 65k looking at 4.6k BTC coin a week. The price will go up eventually so purchasing power will decrease. But to keep things simple after a year 240k Bitcoin would have been bought and held. So that’s almost 75% of the supple that’s mined.

Mentions:#HODL#BTC

Oh its at $65,000 now? DCA and HODL for the win!

Mentions:#DCA#HODL

Well, I just wrote a reply to someone else in a related thread. I bought BTC in 2011, I’ve sold off 2 tranches so far, once in late 2021 and again in March this year. I plan to sell another tranche within the next 1-4 months regardless what the price action does—and I'll continue to sell at intermittent periods for the rest of my life. I'm basically in DCA out mode. I likely have a lot more BTC than you but imo everyone should do what's right for their own life situation (age, finances, health)—sometimes it's putting that value elsewhere, sometimes it's about tax obligations (in my case it's greatly beneficial to sell some within this financial year), sometimes people just need liquidity. In addition, even though I expect BTC to rise in the short/mid-term I think there is going to be broader market reset at some point, and having liquidity on the sidelines might be a prudent thing. I want to be fully hedged in that instance, especially when BTC is an outsized part of my portfolio. Basically, it's not a binary thing—I witnessed the HODL meme birth on Bitcointalk in realtime, but I don't need to hold that mindset forever—13 years is plenty :)

Mentions:#BTC#DCA#HODL

We're talking about people who will have effectively been forced to HODL their Bitcoin for ten years, suddenly being given the right to sell it. People who would have sold years ago, if they were allowed to. How many of them will be relieved to know that they can finally sell their 2,000% gains?

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Anyone that gets their money should probably be extra happy since the chances they would have sold and regretted selling would be pretty in-line with most peoples' crypto experience. Some dude probably became a millionaire after their BTC for selling an ounce and some molly was a forced HODL for that 10 years. :D

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

TLDR - Buy BTC , self custody, and HODL

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

learn Bitcoin... learn stacking sats... learn why we upgrade our FIAT to a Hard money, like BTC. learn why ppl like me will never sell for dirty fiat. get a cold wallet like Trezor. HODL

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

Guys, MtGox was the safest haven for 10 years to HODL tll now. What makes you think, everyone is going to cash in? The Goxxed ones learned a valuable lesson.

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I believe we'll see a drop in BTC. It's good time to sell and re buy when it drops. That's what I'll do. Everyone says HODL. I don't think it's a good choice. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks

Mentions:#BTC#HODL

Can you save $60K? It's entirely possible. Have an investment strategy, start now, and HODL

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Just more boomer mind games from Jamie Dimon. Ignore and HODL.

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I've just been reading through the comments and your replies. Here's my thoughts for you. Right now you should definitely do more research, if you buy in and it drops you'll just be pissed off. If it goes up you'll sell and then it might go up some more and you'll be pissed off. If you know what it is you'll be more comfortable buying and likely holding it for a longer period. If you just want to try to make quick money then that's cool but it's little more than gambling. I appreciate you've done 5 or 6 hours but it's not enough. Bitcoin is many things to many people. It's got different uses but to many it's become a 'store of value', like gold. Remember you can't walk into a shop with some gold and buy things you need to convert the gold to cash which is widely accepted as the trading system is build around it. That's all good but what happens if you live in a country where the government think printing money will solve the people's problems? You're not going to want to save your wealth in that currency because in a decade, a year, a month, a week?! the currency will be worth less as there's more of it around. So you'd look for other places to store it, perhaps in precious metals or real estate. These stores of value have drawbacks. Securing physical things is tough so you've got to be prepared to administer and defend all that on a personal level. In richer nations there are facilities to enable your security of those items, but that comes at a cost. You can pay someone to look after your gold but do you really trust them to do that? I presume you pay fees for your stocks and shares investments and you trust that the people managing the businesses you're invested in are doing a grand job and will continue to do so? There's a lot of trust and expense needed for it all to work. The inflation rate of gold is about 1.6% a year and has been for many years. If gold goes up in price, more is produced until the price drops and production eases off again. Simple economics. Bitcoin is similar to gold but crucially it's disinflationary which means it's still inflating but the inflation rate is falling as time goes on, the process will finish around the year 2140 - at that point inflation ceases completely, all 21 million will have been mined and no more will ever exist. Bitcoin is the only asset that's 100% limited. If someone offers you something that's highly desirable, can't be inflated, needs no trust at any point, costs nothing to manage, needs no maintenance, can be split into smaller portions, can be sent very fast anywhere in the world and that you can secure with nothing more than a bunch of words... You'd likely think that sounds like someting you want a piece of. Your thoughts around it being a 'safe haven' are valid, but this is a long term view (which is the right one to have IMO). In the shorter term the price is volatile because the bulk of units are still in the hands of the relative few. One large sale or purhase can bring about a considerable swing in the price. Over time this should level out as the coins get more distributed; everyone has their price and over decades the wealth will shift around. It might shift from a store of a value to a currency as time goes on but that's a whole different conversation. Lots of people are spending it using something called the 'Lightning network', this is a fast and extremely cheap way to move value around. For example I pay my young son to pick up apples off the lawn in sats! To my mind it's primarily a store of value at the moment and that's why the DCA and HODL mentality is so strong. People are converting their inflating currency and storing the value in bitcoin. They're stomaching the rollercoaster because they believe in the long term this will be the unit of account for all value on the planet. Perhaps one day we won't value bitcoin against legacy currencies. 1 BTC will always equal 1 BTC.

Here is my 5 step method: 1. Buy 2. Shut the fuck up about said “Buy” 3. HODL 4. Shut the fuck up about said “HODL” 5. Repeat

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HODL to end

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Powell has done a great job. The problem is is that any fiat currency is still an abacus compared to a computer. He might even get this rate drop right as well. I'll keep my bitcoin. HODL.

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I think what he is saying is that if you don't have the fortitude to ride out a 10% to 20% drawdown, you won't last through a 60% drawdown and will only panic sell again, therefore losing even more money. I get what you are saying, I had to learn to HODL but not everyone can last through the big ones.

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He previously disclosed owning up to $250K of Bitcoin since 2022. [https://x.com/HODL15Capital/status/1812934005865447542](https://x.com/HODL15Capital/status/1812934005865447542)

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Understand how cold storage works extremely well, then do over and repeat even if you think you understand it. Then commit small amounts into it until you make sure that it works as you understand it. Lastly, expect that you will lose your memory and forget everything, then you will need to figure out how to access your cold wallet. To echo everyone else, stack and HODL!!!

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HODL above all else

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DCA and forget it, HODL, low time preference, don't trade (or dont trade much). Treat Bitcoin as your savings account rather than an investment. 

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This is as close as any other answer. Nobody knows shit about fuck for pricing, especially short term. HODL

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Stack Sats DCA HODL Stay Humble

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HODL with a Vengeance

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Don’t trust. Verify. Do your own research Stack sats. Buy The Dip. HODL.

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Prison HODL is the best HODL.

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My favorite thing about crypto is when it goes up and everyone sells off only to buy in after it continues to go up. \*laughs in HODL

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DCA, HODL and retire early.

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Research it. How to store it properly. How to send/receive it properly. How to not trade it, but HODL it. What kind of hacks exist and how to avoid them. How to not listen to FUD. How to not talk to others about how much you have. Dont over-invest

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Practice makes perfect start with setting up a recurring buy every day DCA AND HODL you could add more in manually when you want. DO NOT TAKE MONEY OUT UNLESS YOU NEED IT OR WANT TO LIQUIDATE WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE IN A BUBBLE.

There are 3 simple steps: 1. DYOR 2. DCA 3. HODL

Research what it is you're getting yourself into ... DYOR and .... HODL... Simply that's it

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Well first of all, if he's alive or not, Im not selling. But a plummeting economy will likely be the result of what you've suggested, and thats just even more reason to HODL.

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I always give people the same piece of advice. DCA 80% and then actively trade 20%. After a year 99% of people realize that they made more money with way less headache DCAing. I actually still trade 5% of my portfolio and HODL the 95% while DCA just so I can feel like I’m trying to beat the market. Rarely I ever do and long term, I never make as much as the rest of the DCA account.

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HODL if you want to keep your BTC

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Buy & HODL. Never trade again.

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Global Bitcoin ETF tracker👇 39 funds HODL 1,051,569 Bitcoin https://twitter.com/hodl15capital/status/1812620977685299470?s=46&t=ihVglVXC0BQSbw6j57EoaA

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Apart from repeating the second paragraph, this is on point. DCA's helps in several ways: 1: "Past performance is no guarantee of future success" No one know what will happen so best to *slowly* lower yourself into the icy water of BTC investing rather than plunge deep and find yourself getting to the "monkey" (AKA the part where the icy water hits your balls and you say "ooo ooo, ahh ahh") causing you you bail out and get REKT carrying nothing but losses. Average your way in and lower your regret of maybe buying too high. Set your expectation that you're gonna be HODL'ing for a min of 5 years and then do absolutely nothing. Not selling and "doing nothing" when markets are crashing is the one of the hardest lesson's to learn when investing in BTC. 2: Like most investments, "Time in the market" will trump "Timing the market" despite what all the Youtube guru's will tell you. Buy as much as you're comfortable buying, when you can and then go and do something else for 5 years.

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