30 thoughts on “Should You Invest In Cryptocurrency or Bitcoin?”

  1. The last two months, I have made over $60,000 from Bitcoin, but my success never started that way as I had made substantial losses before my turning point in the Crypto space. I bought *2Btc last year which quickly rose in the bull run but eventually lost most of it and sold off what was left. That was the last I would ever have to do with bitcoins until I was introduced to Mark Hall first of, he asked to know my trade experience. He then gave me a quick insight on what to look out for when choosing a platform and a bunch of other things most experienced traders may never tell you. Most importantly, he introduced me to his specially designed layout and provided me with professional advice and accurate trade signals. With his system, trading has become easy and profitable, and I want to spread the word and thereby help as many that are in my previous unfortunate situation. For all questions, you can reach by **Mail ([email protected] com)

  2. Well, it's not enough to invest. You have to invest well, trade in the right place, choose the value of this coin. For example, I use CoinDeal and it helps me a lot, I watch the market, I see new coins. You can choose something and actually earn. But the road to being rich is rarely so simple, even in crypto.

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  4. Great Video, I am happy to say I met a good expert that assisted me when I went bankrupt and increased my winnings in trades above 50%, If it wasn't for Steven I wouldn't have been able to clear my daughter's college fees

  5. The problem with Bitcoin is that there are too many people on Earth for backed currencies to function properly. Bitcoin is backed by gold and there is a limited amount of Bitcoin that can be mined with efforts for the mining becoming more demanding the more that's mined. Now since Bitcoin functions with owners having exclusive ownership to their Bitcoin unless they trade it to someone else, only a limited amount of people can own Bitcoin. So unless it breaks it's gold standard, Bitcoin will never be the global currency it wants to be purely because the supply can never equal the demand.

  6. I live in Sweden. Would I be able to invest in the same things people from the US is investing in and if so, should I be wary of different tax systems?

  7. Your hatch argument is, to say the least, flawed. You talk about how bitcoin is reacting to the euro losing value by gaining value, but then why are you showing a chart where the euro has been losing value since the middle of april, when bitcoin has also ben losing value since the middle of april? You imply that a small kickback in the bitcoin price has anything to do with the euro? nah my dude, very unlikely.

  8. All of this is cool and all, but would u show us how to actually invest in these things what is the procedure.

  9. @gbay100 I'm a crypto currency investor, but long term I'm bearish on Bitcoin. In this video you are talking purely about Bitcoin which is a currency not a company. Look into decenteralised crypto currency business that disrupt current technology. Recommendations: Adex, Maidsafe, Decent Bet ECT. These all have a business plan and do something better than conventional methods.

  10. Thanks for the info I really thought about getting into investing and stuff seriously in the last couple months and your views and insight have made it a really easy decision for me to do so, but what I wanted to ask is if you have any recommendations as to webpages, guides or YouTube channels you would recommend for getting started on investing and keeping up with the newest information regarding it, best of wishes from Germany!

  11. is that your house or an apartment? i really cant tell. im curious. Also you are very knowledgeable and you did a good thing by dropping out of college. love the vids

  12. Fantastic Series Gbay! I'd love to see more vocabulary translations and common phrases used in the business industry in your next videos. One of the most common problems I run into with other videos is that they start talking about certain terms or topics that I don't yet understand. You've done a great job conveying your points and explaining your terms (like hedging your bets) and I feel like I'm getting some very useful information from this. Time well spent

  13. Well, not entirely true. There are cryptocurrencies that run via Proof-of-Stake, or have Masternodes implemented to support the network. Their you buy currencies and lock them in your wallet and keep it connected to the blockchain, which supports the network, decentralizes the nodes and overall secured the network. You could actually compare this to investing, since you strengthen the network, and get returns on it. (If you stake your coins via Proof-of-Stake or via a Masternode, you get paid in the native currencie if you verify and find a block)

  14. You should do more research on crypto before you try and give advice on it. You seem to know just enough that someone who doesn't know anything about it would listen to what you say. About the only thing that you said that was valuable was to limit your exposure; because it is currently very volatile and under development.

  15. In your video on Politics you said you are a conservative, who wants to keep the government to stay as much out of personal life as possible. What is your stands on the economic side with regards to health care, education should the markt be the leader?

    Ps
    Love your videos keep it up

  16. In short:

    Trading commodities is a zero sum game – if you make money with it, then someone else loses that money, because it does not generate value. To make money with commodities you have to be smarter or rather luckier than average. And that is why it is basically gambling. And that is why it is a bad idea to do it by itself.

    Investing in stock means you give someone money to produce something, that product (hopefully) ends up being worth more than the work put into it which means that you get a share of the profit because you enabled the production by providing the money to buy machines, etc. In this case both sides can win, because actual value is generated.

  17. Funnily enough, i am invested in crypto. I do think it has its flaws, but i also believe in its potential

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