Srijan Goel, Investisseur et lecteur intensif de crypto-monnaie.
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Réponse d'origine: Should I buy Bitcoin in September 2017?
Since you been reading headlines about the recent closure of a major Chinese exchange and a multi billionaire claiming bitcoin to be fraud, this is a general question for people who have not explored investment opportunities in cryptocurrency.
A particular month can never determine when to invest in case of Bitcoins.
Although it is true in case of Indian Marketable securities which have certain favorable months(like pharmaceuticals sector in winter months,agriculture sector before ploughing month etc).
The biggest asset of bitcoins is that it is decentralized. So certainly no particular month is favorable for its purchase as different months are economically favorable for different countries.
Although some major factors controlling bitcoins are:
1. Speculative News
3.Technical changes like UASF,UAHF,SEG2X,SEGX etc.
5.Economic position of world powers.
Although, some particular days of this month can be considered a buying opportunity due to 1.(speculative news).
La réponse de Srijan Goel à Quel niveau de prix est le mieux pour acheter du Bitcoin dans le crash actuel?
This answer of mine will better give you an idea of the price to be considered for buying.
Srijan Goel's answer to How does it affect Bitcoin if the Chinese government decides to regulate it?
You can also read this to get a better idea about the current speculative scenario.
Hope this helps!
Joshua Shepard, Finance education, Ex-Wells Fargo, & heavy equity crowdfunding experience.
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Réponse d'origine: Should a person invest in Bitcoins?
Myself or any other individual out there cannot tell you what to do with your money as advice, but we can share our opinions!
Bitcoin has been THE cryptocurrency, paving the path for all Cryptocurrences on the market. The unfortunate part is that Chine interdit Echanges Bitcoin et Offres de pièces initiales (ICO) earlier this month and they have A LOT of capital in the markets.
Bitcoin and the entire crypto market has dropped because of what China said along with JPMorgan Chase CEO, Jamie Dimon, coming out and saying Bitcoin is a fraud and should be shut down. Well, he was reported to the Swedish financial authorities for Manipulation du marché and abuse. Basically, JPMorgan was found trading Bitcoin before and after Dimon’s statement.
This is a sign that Bitcoin is real and not going anywhere anytime too soon. Although, the market is reacting to it and money is exiting, causing Bitcoin and various other cryptocurrencies to drop in value. Most Day Traders would say now is the perfect time to accumulate more Bitcoin. At the same time, this is a time of great uncertainty about Bitcoin in very, very large markets that are the reason Bitcoin’s value was so high and is now dropping.
Many also believe this is a play by China to gain control over the Bitcoin network, being able to bring A LOT of value to the country. This aligns with a lot of China’s moves in the past. We’ll see.
I have a lot of faith in cryptocurrency, coming from the banking industry, because you can do things with cryptocurrency that Banques have not figured out how to implement yet. Either that OR they are too lazy too and would rather acquire the company creating the tech. The cool part - Bitcoin blockchain is not owned by anybody, but supported by individual miners across the world. China’s move to gain power over the network would come through controlling the electricity supply miners are using to mine the Bitcoin network.
At the same time, if JPMorgan gets in on investing just 1% of portfolios into Bitcoin for long-term growth…wow, we could one day see a $500,000 Bitcoin as some analysts expect to see sooner than a year from now. Crazy stuff.
Very, very interesting changes we are seeing in what value is and how it is transferred. Because of my views on cryptocurrency and Technologie Blockchain, I am slowly accumulating Bitcoin as the price drops to lows. Hope this helps give you a different perspective on diving into the Cryptoverse! Feel free to follow me on Medium as I begin to write about cryptocurency and blockchain for beginners!
Alex Chuah, Un blogueur à plein temps et qui voyage à travers le monde.
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Réponse d'origine: Is it the right time to buy Bitcoin?
The same question appeared back in 2015 and 2016. I bet another person will ask the same next year.
"Is it the right time to buy Bitcoin?”
My short answer to this is Non.
#1 Bitcoin could hit $100,000 in 10 years, says the analyst who correctly called its $2,000 price
Back in 2016, a rapport from Saxo Bank claims the price of Bitcoin could hit more than $2,000 in 2017. When the report was published, Bitcoin was trading at $750 and it hit $2,000 in May 2017.
#2 Bitcoin’s acceptance by governments
The Philippines and Japan legalized Bitcoin and its businesses in their respective regions. Japan passed to accept Bitcoin as a legal payment method and two major Japanese retailers partnered with Japanese Bitcoin exchanges to start accepting the digital currency for payments.
Some of Japan’s largest retail giants including Bic Camera, which hold a massive influence over the Japanese technology and consumer markets, began to accept Bitcoin payments at their locations. Full article ici .
#3 Bitcoin is going to be part of our lives
Bitcoin or BTC is the first content type on the Bitcoin blockchain. Think of it like the Internet. Email, as great as it has been, is only one type of content that the Internet can carry.
#4 Bitcoin is limited
In March 2017, The price of one Bitcoin surpassed the price of an ounce of gold for the first time in history.
Gold is rare, Bitcoin is much rare because there is a limited amount of it that can come into existence. The number of bitcoins in existence will never exceed 21 million.
#5 Bitcoin is the most practical payment method available
Bitcoin is a digital currency that can be used to send and receive money. The transaction can be completed regardless of where the parties involved are located, and it is done almost instantaneously.
#6 Bitcoin has advantages over other digital currencies
When you look at the list of cryptocurrencies that are currently available in the market right now, it is a long list of them. Some say Ethereum et ondulationto surpass Bitcoin in term of its market capitalization. If they are going to surpass the market cap, that doesn’t really mean anything.
#7 Bitcoin is almost unhackable
SHA256 is a special type of mathematical function which is really easy to solve in one direction but is very hard to solve in reverse. At least the only known way to solve SHA256 is reverse is very hard. It’s extremely expensive to conduct a hack on the network as the computing resources required to do so are immense.
#8 Bitcoin is still not known to majority of people
Although Bitcoin was introduced in 2009, only a small percentage of the world trade in Bitcoin. Based on a Coin Center Study, 65% of Americans didn’t know what Bitcoin is.
Considering all the advantages of trading in Bitcoin, we are still at the beginning era of cryptocurrency. As you can see, there is a huge potential ahead of us.
lectures complémentaires: Is It Too Late to Invest in Bitcoin?
Disclaimer: The content above is provided as general information only and should not be taken as investment advice.
Paras Lehana, veut que les gens commencent à apprécier Blockchain et Bitcoin.
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Réponse d'origine: Is it too late to buy Bitcoin on September 2017?
Better late than never! Infact, the current price is near the buyer’s best support point!
Studying the graph patterns on popular exchanges, any buying price below $4000 is a great opportunity. I have sold BTC at INR 3,80,000 few weeks back on Koinex. This evening, the last recent trade on BTC was done at INR 2,60,000 (that’s more than 30% fall). Bitcoin is expected to cross $5000 soon so though you won’t go wrong anytime with the only strongest and deflated currency in the world, any price below 3L would earn you profits even for the coming months.
Now, coming to reasons, for these are also important for your prediction about future trading plans, September 8 fall was probably due to the hoax news reported by Caixin, un site d'informations chinois, à propos de la Chine qui envisage de fermer les échanges locaux. La semaine précédente, la baisse de la CTB avait également été considérée comme une interdiction par l'OIC. Les vendeurs vendent leurs pièces en craignant de nouvelles pertes et, finalement, le moment est propice pour les acheteurs. Tout est une affaire de commerce, mon ami. Le PDG de JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon, tweete sur le fait que BTC est une fraude et que lorsque les prix baissent, sa banque achète la part abondante de Bitcoins. Charlie Lee, qui a également tweeté Bitcoin, est le cofondateur de Litecoin. Bitcoin détient la plus grande part de capitalisation du marché de la cryptographie. Personne ne peut l'arrêter au moins pour les années à venir.
Lire: Le crash de Bitcoin de 8 en septembre en raison de fausses nouvelles chinoises
As of September 23, it has already started recovering. Cryptos like Bitcoin have certain “support levels” around which they can maintain unstable equilibrium. When BTC was dropped below $4000, it had the next below support level of $3600 and it also fell beyond it. The next support level is at $2900 and I expect BTC now to recover back to $4000 and then head up to its next target of $5000. People still have a great confidence in this currency:
- John McAfee conteste le scepticisme de Jamie Dimon au sujet du bitcoin
- Prix Bitcoin $ XN: Le double de Wall Street 'Bear' baisse malgré le récent recul
Coming to my recommendations about this scenario, go and invest. Please never invest more than what you can afford loosing unless you want to play with risks. China has circulated banning and market crashing news like this numerous times in the past too. Although Chinese had accounted for 80% of the mining power of the world, it’s speculated that news like these eventually help China with the market crash. Bitcoin is in the market since years and it won’t go off the internet right away at least not in the coming decade. While BTC has always been a good option, I suggest you to keep an eye over other cryptos too. Invest a proportion of your budget on Ethereum, Ripple and other altcoins too. With the introduction of Raiden project and preuve de mise, Ethereum is speculated to rise significantly (read the Sep 07 news below). Ripple is also expected to go beyond INR 30 by the end of the year and could approach 1 USD very soon. Litecoin is called unofficially as BTC 2.0. Divide your portfolio with thorough analysis. I've divided it as: 50% on BTC, 30% on ETH, 10% on XRP and 10% on new players and other altcoins (accordingly to the market signals).
Aug 06, 2017: Le prix Ethereum peut atteindre 2,000 $ si cela se produit
Sep 07, 2017: Raiden Actif sur Ethereum Testnet
For the past many years, investing in crypto-currencies has been greatly profitable. So, yes it’s indeed the right time to invest since we can’t go in the past and future is something we can only project. Who knew that investing about $1000 last year would have made you more than $50,000 at present. I read somewhere that a further drop in the price of BTC is also expected when Chinese wake up this morning. Take your time to decide. You won’t go wrong with either.
J'espère que j'ai été clair. N'hésitez pas à me demander quoi que ce soit à ce sujet dans les commentaires. Ça me plairait vraiment.
PS: Vous pouvez utiliser mon parrainage pour commencer à utiliser Zebpay et obtenir des bitcoins d’une valeur de INR 100 gratuit: http://link.zebpay.com/ref/REF19...
Also Read (Source): Paras Lehana's answer to When should I invest in bitcoin?
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Actual Question: if this is a right time to buy Bitcoin or not or Are you too late?
Since, we are facing a dip right now, so obviously this is the right time to invest in Bitcoin.
NO, You are not late.
Now the real question is where can we buy Bitcoin, right?
Look no further, lets have a look.
In a sea of competitors, CEX.IO’s claim to fame is that it allows withdrawals to credit cards. It is Protection against DDoS attacks, full data encryption, compliant with PCI DSS standards, LEGAL COMPLIANCE, Registration in UK, MSB status in FinCEN, essential licenses and strong relations with banks and its technically available to all countries. However, in some countries (for instance, Afghanistan, Iraq and Vietnam), credit card and bank-based transfers to the platform are restricted. This effectively bars many people from using it. It almost cover the most of the countries. It might be on your list — it’s a London-based exchange founded in 2013 that lets you buy, sell and trade cryptocurrencies.
Fiat money flows to and from Visa/MasterCard or bank account, meaning that you can deposit and withdraw funds in just a few clicks, once payment card or bank is linked to your CEX profile.
CEX.IO ,it’s a London-based exchange founded in 2013 that lets us buy, sell and trade cryptocurrencies. In a sea of competitors, It allows us to buy Bitcoins using our credit card, a wire transfer or a SEPA transfer (if we live in the EU). It is a Bitcoin exchange that also sells ETH via a credit card and best part , it almost cover all of the region.
Bitcoin is in the news today more than ever. Thanks to skyrocketing prices and rollercoaster dips, more people than ever are interested in learning how to buy and sell Bitcoin. As the most popular form of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin is now widely accepted around the world and has a growing number of applications. But before you can get into any of that, you need to first know where to go to purchase and store it.
There are a few steps you need to take to make your first purchase:
Step 1: Find a good Bitcoin wallet
Digital “wallets” are used to store Bitcoin until you are ready to spend them or exchange them for another currency. Wallets range in terms of features, platforms they can be used on, and security, so it’s important to choose one that works for you.
When you find a wallet that checks off all your important features, download it to the appropriate platform. For beginners, we recommend starting off with a simple wallet that makes transfers easy. These wallets can be downloaded for free, but fees may apply to currency exchanges when moving money to other accounts.
Here are a few good options:
Portefeuille Coinbase comes with a friendly wallet that ties directly into its exchange services and is simple to use, making it one of the most popular American Bitcoin wallets. When you sign up, you get a certain amount of insurance for the Bitcoin you store, and you can go online from any device to check up on your amounts or make a change.
Step 2: Choose the right Bitcoin trader
If you want to know how to buy Bitcoin without a broker, the easiest way is to use an exchange. There are a whole lot of exchanges out there, with varying performance. Some are less trustworthy than others and some can be quite limited, so it’s important to pick the right exchange to start with. When comparing exchanges, remember to look at the fees charged for buying Bitcoin and what payment methods are offered. Few exchanges will offer to turn Bitcoin directly into cash for you, but here are a few to try out:
CEX offers even more simplicity for those who are a bit more used to exchanges in general. It gives you immediate exchange rates and basic buy/sell options without any hoops to jump through. However, its payment options are a bit limited.
Coinbase is the most obvious suggestion for people buying their first Bitcoin. It’s very simple to use, has a great interface, and shows consistently high quality when it comes to taking care of customers without pushing fees too high. It’s also available on both desktop and mobile devices.
Bitcoin exchange search is Bitcoin.com’s own exchange search. Put in your country, and you can take a look at available exchanges, as well as check out the current “featured exchange.” It’s a good option to investigate more choices, but remember to check reviews and history before choosing any particular exchange.
If you would rather take a more direct route in buying Bitcoin, you can opt to use a peer to peer service, such as LocalBitcoin or BitQuick. They offer a wider array of payment options and let you purchase Bitcoin directly from a seller without the exchange middle man. That said, make sure to be safe if you plan to do a trade for cash in person.
Step 3: Select your payment method
Exchanges accept a variety of payment options based on what they are willing to use. This is sort of a sore point for many exchanges, since some payment methods have been used to scam sellers for a quick buck in the past. Bank account and credit card transfers are typically accepted by most exchanges, with some limitations. Wire transfers are a bit more hit or miss, and PayPal transfers may not be allowed. Coinbase, however, allows for all these payment methods, which is why it remains an easy recommendation for beginners.
Step 4: Buy some Bitcoin and store them in your wallet
You will notice that exchanges provide you with information on how many Bitcoin you can buy for specific sums of money. However, due to its volatile nature, Bitcoin prices can vary dramatically by exchange and from moment to moment, especially lately. That means that even if you have a lot of money to burn, you’ll probably be buying a fraction of a Bitcoin — for example, paying $500 for 0.06 Bitcoin. That’s where the market is right now, and nothing to worry about as long as you keep an eye on the numbers.
Start small and make your first trade. This will typically store your Bitcoin into an automatically generated account on your exchange. You should then seek out the option to transfer these funds to the address of the Bitcoin wallet you have created. The exchange may charge for the transfer, especially if you want it expedited.
Step 5: Get ready to use it
Whether you plan to ultimately sell your Bitcoin or use it to purchase something, be ready to do so at a moment’s notice. The way Bitcoin value fluctuates it’s important to have your end-game planned out early on. Be prepared by setting up a seller account now, or figure out how to buy what you want with it before you actually plan to. That way when the time comes, you’ll not have a panicked rush while everyone else is trying to do the same.
Gregory Windeler, studies Political Science and Economics at Purdue University (2021)
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Réponse d'origine: Is it the right time to buy Bitcoin?
Personally, I would not. I think that bitcoin has already peaked (and will crash soon) and the time for buying it has passed. Bitcoin’s price is increasing too fast to be a reliable currency.
Currently the price of one BTC (bitcoin) is $7,300 USD (Nov 6, 2017). In the last week it has gone up by 20%, last month increased by 68%, and past year increased by 930%. Nothing can continue to increase at this rate.
The value of a currency increases because people have faith that it has value. This means that many people already believe that Bitcoin has value and is a viable currency. I disagree and will tell you why.
The purpose of Bitcoin is to be able to buy / sell without a 3rd party taking a share out of your profits. This theory is good, however, Bitcoin isn’t being used like this. The large majority of Bitcoin transactions are buying / selling of Bitcoins for USD (I’ll give you $X for 1 BTC). Very few transactions are actual BTC for an item. (for example, spending 1 BTC to buy a video game or other physical object). This is problematic because the currency isn’t actually being used for commerce, its being traded for USD.
To understand why Bitcoin isn’t being used to buy an item, you’ll need to understand a quick concept first: $1 is worth $1 because someone else knows that if they sell you something worth $1 they can later use that $1 to buy something else worth $1. Bitcoin’s value is never the same so no one would want to use it for a transaction.
For example, I sell you an item for 1 BTC. Lets say that 1 BTC is worth $10 at the time we made the transaction (its not, this is just an example). Tomorrow, that 1 BTC is now worth $11. If you, the consumer, kept that 1 BTC you would now have $11 and could have bought something worth $11 instead of $10. So, why would you use a BTC if you could have just used cash (USD) and let the value of your bitcoin increase overnight? Now, lets put it in the vendor’s point of view and let the value of the BTC decrease. That 1 BTC that was worth $10 yesterday is now worth $9 today. That means you sold your $10 item and only have $9 now. You just lost money on that transaction. You would have been better off keeping your item. Why accept bitcoin if you know that $10 cash will be worth $10 cash tomorrow. And to those of you who say currency is always changing (inflation, etc.), no other currency is increasing at the same rate as Bitcoin. Bitcoin has increased at such a high rate that it makes it unreliable to use. Of course the value of Bitcoin can increase or decrease and we don’t know which will actually happen. This is why I provided two examples of it increasing and decreasing from the views of the party who would be hurt. If the value decreased after the consumer bought the item, they would benefit. Likewise, if the price increased after the vendor sold the item, they would benefit.
So, back to the question: “Is it the right time to buy Bitcoin?” My answer is no, simply because Bitcoin’s value is increasing too drastically to be used (at the rate it’s currently going). The actual purpose of Bitcoin (an international currency without fees) isn’t what the majority of transactions are (they are traders buying/selling BTC).
If you disagree with my argument & understand all of my points, then maybe now is the right time to buy Bitcoin. If you think the price of Bitcoin will increase in the future, they go buy it. That is when it’s the right to buy something (in general). Just have a reason as to why you think Bitcoin’s price will