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Burt06
19 Dec 20 19:46
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More of a PM man myself, never got involved with Bitcoin.

Does anyone hold and what are your thoughts on where this will go?

I just don't trust it.

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----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 19 Dec 20 20:03
If folk can be convinced to pump hundreds of millions
into backing trump at 20/1 after he has already lost;

Then bitcoin sales should be a mere bagatelle
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Dec 20 20:13
TrueLaugh
By:
GAZO
When: 19 Dec 20 20:13
everything is going higher
By:
sageform
When: 19 Dec 20 20:47
I still think it is yet another ponzi scheme that will go belly up. I suppose that gold has no rational value either but it has held up for 1000 years. Land is the only asset that can't be created in greater quantities by crooks or politicians. So long as the population of humans increases then so will the value of land.
By:
Escapee
When: 19 Dec 20 21:14
Buy Land.... They're not making it anymoreCrazy


I Looked into Bitcoin about 10 years ago, it was $3

My assessment at the time: Nah.. can't be bovvered to set up a mining operation, easier to win
a few $100 with a session on poker stars

possibly the biggest "Sliding Doors" moment I failed to step thru on to the right train.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 19 Dec 20 21:35
On shares thread.
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 20 Dec 20 12:30
State Loans that individuals and companies have no intention of repaying find a nice haven in Bitcoin.
By:
Eric.Cartman
When: 20 Dec 20 13:01
i bought 5 bitcoin few years ago for about £540..just to by some ropey russian software..i've still got 2.6 left...its a big speculative bubble but doesn't mean you can't make money out of it as long as you don't get married to all the nonsense spouted from the cryptofreaks
By:
sageform
When: 20 Dec 20 14:26
Well done if you are happy to get involved. I am not looking to lose money unnecessarily at my age so sticking with ordinary shares and managed funds. If I were you I would certainly take some profit each year to get my tax free capital gain.
By:
politicspunter
When: 20 Dec 20 14:30
I am in the same boat as sageform. It might not be terribly exciting but it's safe and reliable.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 20 Dec 20 14:35
50k this time next year.
By:
sageform
When: 20 Dec 20 14:35
what would we do with it all pp? Buy a string of racehorses? Or in your case start a new political partyCool I was looking up Mr C Boultbee Brooks today on Wiki as I had not heard of him until he started buying a string of horses. Made millions from buying and selling shopping centres.
By:
politicspunter
When: 20 Dec 20 14:38
I have been so lucky. As long as I am able to help my children and grandchildren, I am a happy guy.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 20 Dec 20 14:41
In 10 yrs
Btc has gone from
£100
£24000
What investment returns that??
By:
politicspunter
When: 20 Dec 20 14:42
Apple, microsoft etc
By:
politicspunter
When: 20 Dec 20 14:43
Now if you were Trilby, you would have it in Scotgold.Grin
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 20 Dec 20 14:44
I don't think £100 of shares she return anywhere near those figures.
I'm not promoting btc .
The horse bolted years ago.
By:
politicspunter
When: 20 Dec 20 14:55
The problem with things like bitcoin are extreme volatility. An "investment" of that type is useless to someone about to retire that needs a reliable steady return over a long term.
By:
impossible123
When: 20 Dec 20 15:08
It was about $5k prior to Covid. Amazing, yet no comparison to Polly Peck the shell company of Mr Nadir; from 3/4 penny to over £35 per share.

One way from here for Bitcoin?
By:
A_T
When: 20 Dec 20 15:38
bitcoin is nothing like Polly Peck
By:
sageform
When: 21 Dec 20 08:27
Sounds like we think alike on money and family pp. My father made provision for me and I have done the same for my family including a trust fund to pay for my granddaughters' further education.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 23 Dec 20 12:08
Regvarney.
physical metal coins were created  and sold until Nov 26, 2013 that contain an embedded piece of paper with digital Bitcoin value, covered by a tamper-resistant hologram.  They can no longer be purchased.

They also did a scratchcard example.

I think the Fed's stopped this as was classed as money laundering.
If it was possible to buy them through a broker ... It is but there under attack all the time.
Physical was best imo.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 23 Dec 20 13:59
There's massive swings beware!
Imo. Buy in summer time, they tend to climb towards Xmas , then dip.
The physical are out there,people won't sell thou !
Good luck.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 06:06
33,500 !.
Choo choo!
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 06:08
2weeks plus 9,5 k.
Happy New year lol
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 06:10
Paypal wants in !
Stock markets are listing !
Impressive
By:
1st time poster
When: 03 Jan 21 11:35
simple question,
if you a bitcoin and want to sell who pays you the 20 grand or buys it off you
By:
1st time poster
When: 03 Jan 21 11:36
can you buy a house and hand over 10 bitcoins
By:
GAZO
When: 03 Jan 21 11:38
yes but most sellers would tell you to f**k off
By:
1st time poster
When: 03 Jan 21 11:40
Laugh
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 13:15
Your ignorance is comical.
You can exchange for fiat anytime .
Grow a brain lol.
By:
politicspunter
When: 03 Jan 21 13:24
What mortgage companies/banks currently accept bitcoin as payment for property?
By:
GAZO
When: 03 Jan 21 13:32
not exchange for fiat,how do you spend bitcoin ?
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 13:37
Let me break it down for the thicko.
You exchange your code,prt.key. For fiat.
Now you have euris,pounds,dollars,yen.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 13:39
Ya must be old God bless
Try keep up.lol.
By:
GAZO
When: 03 Jan 21 13:39
so you cant just spend bitcoin without exchanging for fiat money ?
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 13:41
You can if you've smaller demoninations. Ie, a code prv.key.for 00000.1.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 13:44
Anyway. 50k. Looks on low side now!
Expect lift off this year.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 03 Jan 21 13:49
1st time poster • January 3, 2021 11:35 AM GMT
simple question,
if you a bitcoin and want to sell who pays you the 20 grand or buys it off you

I've sold many for cash no problems.
Wish I didn't but ..
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