I Give Up. I’m Done.

I got into Bitcoin about 6 months ago. I fell in love with the idea of it. My first purchase was for 1.8 bitcoins. Then I started listening to altcoin traders talking about how they increase their Bitcoin holdings by trading alts. I wanted to increase my Bitcoin from 1.8 to an even 2.0, so I began trading alts. With much work, I was able to increase my Bitcoin to about 3.5. I spent every night researching and monitoring different alts, and stressing over them for 6 months. And now, here I am with about 1.7 Bitcoin, after all that hard work and stress. I would have been better off just holding Bitcoin and never trading it. Lesson learned. Starting today I will only hold Bitcoin. I did not understand how special this coin is, but I do now. I will not sell it again, but only buy more when I can afford to. I'm done with alts. Rant over. Go Bitcoin!

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I have found I stay w in my budget and acquire more BTC by simply asking myself before I buy anything is “Would I rather have ‘this’ or buy more BTC”. BTC always wins out. Give it a try the next time you think of buying something.

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What’s the most sane advice you can give someone getting into Bitcoin?

I want to tell my friend to go all in, but I'm worried that Ill be blamed if for some reason the price shouldnt hit a new all time high. What is sound investment advice I could give to my friend who is on the fence about getting into BTC?

Someone also suggested looking at the Karbon Platform which I will definitely check out. Looks like it could be a real driver in pushing mainstream adoption. Thanks for that tip, I'll definitely tell my friend this!

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