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A_G

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If it makes you feel any better, something like ten years ago I had four BitCoin. Traded them for, I think, a bunch of computer parts. Made like $500 on them. :laughing:
i had like 20 or so about 12 years ago and i traded it back for cash for a slim profit.

I have 400 doge just threw like 35 bucks at it..and my 35 bucks is worth 100 now...so we will see
 

Whistlepig

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I bought about 350 bucks worth at .004. Sold some for 1500 when it got to .30 I am up 8k still on what I have left. Sure wish I had dumped 5k or so in it to start...
 

ConwayMuddy

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I'm still trying to understand how crypto will ever replace the dollar in a cashless society. So many people are already living without physical cash, just numbers in accounts moving around. Will things be sold at $x.yz bitcoin and $y.za doge? Not to mention multiple exchange rates, or is everyone everywhere going to agree on crypto?
 

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Had a bit over 20k doge and thought that was a lot. Bought it back when it was .003 or less.

I sold most of it and made a decent amount. I’ll get back in eventually.
 

JNHEscher

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I'm still trying to understand how crypto will ever replace the dollar in a cashless society. So many people are already living without physical cash, just numbers in accounts moving around. Will things be sold at $x.yz bitcoin and $y.za doge? Not to mention multiple exchange rates, or is everyone everywhere going to agree on crypto?
I'm in the same rut. The whole free market thing sounds wonderful, but confuses the crap out of me. How on earth is the nation going to determine values of goods in crypto? I'm imagining that with most of the world being connected via communications technology will allow quick decisions on stuff like this. The dollar had to go through something similar for some time, I'm guessing. I ordered some parts from Diesel Pro the other night and saw on their checkout site that they're soon accepting cryptocurrency. Retailers are catching onto it. I am genuinely curious to see what they price their parts in crypto at with a side-by-side dollar price to compare to.
 

LR Max

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Just checked this morning. Price is about the same as where it was yesterday evening. Today is supposed to be "Doge Day". When is it going to the moon?

All this is probably a fantastic play by Elon Musk to raise money. He did this crap last year, releasing more Tesla stock right before it dropped. I mean, good on him for raising money the quick and easy way.
 

budget76

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Just checked this morning. Price is about the same as where it was yesterday evening. Today is supposed to be "Doge Day". When is it going to the moon?

All this is probably a fantastic play by Elon Musk to raise money. He did this crap last year, releasing more Tesla stock right before it dropped. I mean, good on him for raising money the quick and easy way.
Tesla did it with BTC too. bought tens of millions of $$ in BTC, tweeted, and made a good 10% on his 'investment' immediately. no idea if he held or sold after that
 

72blazer

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Just checked this morning. Price is about the same as where it was yesterday evening. Today is supposed to be "Doge Day". When is it going to the moon?

All this is probably a fantastic play by Elon Musk to raise money. He did this crap last year, releasing more Tesla stock right before it dropped. I mean, good on him for raising money the quick and easy way.
I don’t need your negativity. D.O.G.E. :mad3::mr-t:


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Joez

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no one knows.

Its like asking when is little johnny going to fart?

He may soon, he may already have, or he may just shit his pants.

Well, it's already down 10%, I get the feeling a ton of people who bought between $.02-.07 will unload hard today as it starts to drop.

Or so I hope.
 

Fuzzydog

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Tesla did it with BTC too. bought tens of millions of $$ in BTC, tweeted, and made a good 10% on his 'investment' immediately. no idea if he held or sold after that
That's another thing that gets me. what happens when Musk smokes too much weed and tweets "been rethinking the whole crypto thing and can't see how it will ever work. I'm out, Tesla's out" ?
 

Blugreenformula

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My average cost is around.07 per coin. It smells like a bunch of paper hand bitches in here! I'm holding!
 

CLRracer

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I bought $100 worth when it was .03, when it doubled I pulled my $100 back out so I've been watching it go up and down with free money. It's interesting to keep up with, I might throw another $100 at it if it dips below .30 again. If it doesn't then I'll ride what I have to the moon, or back to earth faster than a SpaceX landing gone sideways lol.

Duane
 

Lawless

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.28 and dropping like a rock, might buy a bunch more come morning if this keeps up.
 

McCracken

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Down to .264. Something's fucky with my app and I can't buy any right now. I'll try again when I get to the house. Not sure if there's any validity to the claims about a whale dropping a million a day in Doge to try and suppress it but regardless it looks like a good time to get in before the next moon run.
 

Ovrez

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this can happen anytime with crypto coins,

Turkish crypto founder vanishes with reported $2bn

Turkish prosecutors on Thursday launched an investigation after the Istanbul-based founder of a cryptocurrency exchange froze trading and left the country holding a reported $2 billion in investors' assets.
The Thodex exchange suspended trading after posting a mysterious message on Wednesday saying it needed five days to deal with an unspecified outside investment.
Turkish security officials then released a photo of Thodex founder Faruk Fatih Ozer going through passport control at Istanbul airport on his way to an undisclosed location.
Local media reports said Ozer -- reported to be 27 or 28 years old -- had flown either to Albania or Thailand.

Thodex went dark after running a promotional campaign that sold Dogecoins at one-fourth the price at which they were trading on other exchanges.

But the exchange locked in those investments and did not allow the coins to be either sold or converted into other cryptos.

"Why don't you allow my coins to be transferred?" Dogecoin investor Kaya Dinar asked Thodex in one typical tweet from a worried crypto trader.

Reports said the exchange shut down while holding at least $2 billion from 391,000 investors.
"Hundreds of thousands of users cannot get access to wallets holding their crypto assets or cash," investors' lawyer Oguz Evren Kilic told AFP.
"We have started the legal procedures and lodged a complaint at the prosecutor's office," he said.
- 'Aggravated fraud' -
Turkey's private DHA news agency said prosecutors were investigating the businessman on charges of "aggravated fraud and founding a criminal organisation".Several police vans were seen parked outside the Thodex office on the Asian side of Istanbul on Thursday afternoon.
The Thodex website re-emerged after going dark on Wednesday to state that "we kindly inform you that the negative news on the internet does not reflect the truth".Ozer also tweeted a statement promising to "return to Turkey in a few days and cooperate with judicial authorities so that the truth can come out".
But Ozer shed no light about his location or why trading had been stopped.
The attorney Kilic said Turkish officials had confirmed to him that Ozer had fled the country but were still trying to determine his whereabouts.
"One would hope that (Thodex) takes positive steps and the problem is resolved quickly, but the situation is getting graver each passing minute," Kilic said in a phone interview.
The news about Thodex had unexpected political ramifications when a picture emerged on social media of a man resembling Ozer sitting in a room with the son of a right-wing politician and Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
"I don't know Thodex's founder Faruk Fatih Ozer," Cavusoglu tweeted on Thursday.
Cavusoglu said the picture was taken when the man resembling Ozer accompanied MP Saffet Sancakli's son to a scheduled meeting in December 2019.
- Aggressive campaigns -
Thodex has launched aggressive campaigns to lure investors before Ozer went missing and shut down the exchange.
It had first pledged to distribute luxury cars through a flashy advertising campaign featuring famous Turkish models.

The platform then launched its Dogecoin drive.

The cryptocurrency is getting particularly popular among people looking to preserve their savings in the middle of a sharp decline in the value of the Turkish lira currency.
The Turkish crypto market remains unregulated despite growing scepticism from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government about its safety.

The Turkish central bank has decided to ban the use of digital currencies in payments for goods and services starting from April 30.

It warned that cryptocurrencies "entail significant risks" because the market is volatile and lacks oversight.

"Wallets can be stolen or used unlawfully without the authorisation of their holders," the central banks warned last week.
 

72blazer

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It warned that cryptocurrencies "entail significant risks" because the market is volatile and lacks oversight.


that’s pretty shitty. There is always someone ready to take advantage and Fuck up the game.
 

Lawless

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Freefall, I've watched it fall .01 a minute for a while now. It's at .17 currently. Just waiting on the up tick to buy more.
 
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