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This is intended for educational purposes. I'm dumb to this subject. So I'm looking to learn. I have been told time and time again about how people are making money investing in this market...like short term investments and making really good money. I have SEEN it... otherwise I would not believe it. People I know have showed me their accounts. One acquaintance of mine made $200 thousand this year. Another just brings in an extra few hundred bucks a month. Any of that is welcome to me. If it's talking about making money I'm interested. So tips, pointers, experiences, and also for those who have questions about how to purchase and spend cyber coins...ask away. And if any of you are experts on the subject feel free to take over this thread.

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Whatever Shekels Money Cash you have that you do not need right away, you can not go wrong with buying any amount of BTC, ETH, and i like ALGO because you get 4% annual percentage rate interest. Keep it simple in the beginning. You can not go wrong buying the top few alt coins and platforms. It is almost like saying i will buy Apple, Microsoft and Amazon towards the beginning of their business and see what they look like now. It is as basic as that for starting...Good Luck

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Oh and by the way I just wanted to say I Agree also.. All the way down the page.. Agreed? I have read that there are websites that monitor whales. Not the nice big mammals in the oceans but there is some websites that keep track of large crypto transactions. Off the top of my memory there have been some huge bitcoin Ethereum and Sushi (not to familiar with this) transactions buying and selling and chatter. People are actually getting rich on these dog coins. The top crypto 100 lists have read like the cast of 101 Dalmatians. Shiba Inu, Floki Inu, DogeCash, Baby Doge, EtherBone, the list goes on that started out as a joke but if you were able to invest in these and if you are still able to Elon Musk and others promote these and that is when these coins bump up...
NFTs are unique cryptographic tokens that exist on a blockchain and cannot be replicated. NFTs can be used to represent real-world items like artwork and real-estate. "Tokenizing" these real-world tangible assets allows them to be bought, sold, and traded more efficiently while reducing the probability of fraud. So now you get your own private digital asset to buy, hold and or sell. It seems like the Tech and younger generation who do not deal with the stock market and the hassles that real estate can bring, pressing a few buttons and doing a little reading and knowledge on a few E things you are interested in. Agreed

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I believe it's safe to say our spokesman of the crypto page is going to be HeyYoelte ...if he doesn't mind. Ask him directly on here in response to his comments. Or you can always use the @ followed by his name.

wanted's picture

Im the crypto guy. I made people hundreds to thousands of dollars two months ago on DC PAGE.
People called me a liar and boom it went up 75% or more at the time.

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Help me make a few coins, sir. I need guidance in the cybercoin world. I've got a crypto.com account.

(HeyYoelte you're fired... unless you can ALSO help me make money. Then you guys are A team. A team that makes me money in exchange for "atta boys". As many as you'd like. You'll have to discuss negotiations with my legal counsel, Forehead. Explain things slowly to him...he don't know stuff so good sometimes)

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I do remember you posting about that on his page. During that time frame was right when I kept hearing people telling me they are making money doing that. One of your comments drove me further into looking into this.

JohnConner1776's picture

Hey guys here is a chance to become a millionaire in the future. Kind of like what Shiba did got some. Look at EVDC. I think this idea and platform is excellent. I like Cfypgos that actually serve a purpose not some of these useless ones. This EVDC has a chance to explode percentage wise.

wanted's picture

This is about 5 years to late

-Exspiravit-'s picture

5 years ago ANY of this would be like reading traditional Chinese to me

PropheticWookie's picture

Yes. this topic is very relevant and in demand. I am sure that many will be interested, including me. thanks in advance

HeyYoeIte's picture

Can not go wrong with Bitcoin, although crypto alt coins etc are relatively new this is like when the internet/tech stocks first came about.. Imagine you bought Amazon, Apple, Microsoft etc in the beginning. I recommend here and there when you have time look at 5 or 6 coins. Check the yearly high and lows and if you have extra money it can be very profitable and also unpredictable short term. Just look at Bitcoin in the last 6 months or so. Went down to 30,000 then up to 65,000 then down to 40,000 back up again. In a short amount of time and with any investment that is nice gains. Bitcoin #1, Ethereum which is the 2nd largest coin/platform next to Bitcoin. There are hundreds to choose from and if you buy X amount per week, you may buy it when it is a little low, the next week you buy X amount it could go up a little, it is called dollar cost averaging. It seems to be the young person stock market. Older people stay traditional. You know when the gov't starts to get involved and put there hands in crypto then they know money is to be made. There are not to many types of investments that come around in a lifetime. I am not an expert so like anything that is valuable and new there are a lot of basic tutorials. Good Luck make lots of $$$$$$

PropheticWookie's picture

In fact, even IT giants such as microsoft, intel, apple and other large companies are actively investing their finances in cryptocurrency. I think that the future belongs to her. The main thing, as they say, is to buy and sell on time)

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Crickets....lol I should have known not to post something of this nature in my group of morons....see? That reflects my own Idiocracy

Janus's picture

Lmao...I was really looking forward to some good info on here...Damn it

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heyyoeite appears to be smarter than us. I think we should beat him up for it.
HeyYoeIte's picture

Hi, how are you? I am not affiliated with or promoting anything in particular for any gain. This is only my experience. If you are new to crypto the easy way to go is Coinbase. When i joined i got ten dollars credit just to join. It is easy to navigate, you can connect your bank account to your Crypto account. If you are not afraid to give a little bit of your personal information then it makes the crypto experience much easier. Coinbase has a chart next to each crypto coin or platform. It is good to have some knowledge bout how Bitcoin/Ethereum work but it is not mandatory to make money on it. Just like the stock market if you take 1 to 5 crypto coins and follow the day to day gains and losses. There are articles on what is going on with the currency or platform, where the future of the market is going etc. Whether you are a tech nerd or just a decent numbers person that is really all you need. Plus usually the things that we buy on here and other places are in Bitcoin/Crypto/Litecoin etc form. This Tech is not going anywhere and year over year more and more money is being invested in this technology. They have these huge building just for these machines that use electricity and super high speed internet and miners who use programs to complete the buy and sell transactions. The miners make a piece of the transaction so they usually send the higher amounts first, but even a small transaction only takes about 10 to 40 minutes. The gov't and politicians are now looking to get involved with crypto and i do not know if that is good or bad. It seems like they want to wet their beak and be involved in situations where a lot of money is to be made now and more in the future. I am pretty sure most of you are familiar with this , if there is any basic question i can help with let me know. So far what i like about this E commerce (Bitcoin etc) stuff what i have noticed is that even if your coin goes down in money it is not like some stocks that can take forever to go back up. Crypto for better or worse moves pretty fast up or down, the top 10 coins are not going anywhere. If you need your money right away and cash is tight , you can still watch the charts and make a move when more secure. Much Luck now and going into the New Year. We need a break some how with all this world craziness!!!!!!

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I have had people tell me and actually show me they have made $ doing this. I want to research it further to be safe. But even with a couple hundred bucks I understand you can actually MAKE a couple hundred. Just doing a small transaction like that often would pay off fairly well.

HeyYoeIte's picture

If you have coinbase or even able to view 1d 1 week 1month and 1 year charts, BTC, ETH, ALGO, SOL, LPR just a few that have ridiculous year to date % increases. Your talking 75% to 300% increases. Even looking at the crytpo stuff today, it is not strange for these coins to go up or down 10 to 20% in one day. That happens a lot. That is why if you have 100$ to invest you can buy 10$ per week or 20$ if the stock goes up buy another 20$, next week if E-stock goes down then you bought it at a lower price for it to go up in the future.So on and so forth it is dollar cost averaging and let's say you made 30$ for the week and you do not want to risk any more ups and downs for the meantime you can always convert the 10$ investment that became a 30$ profit to cash. Once you convert the BTC to cash it is then held in cash like a bank account. Some crypto actually offers you 4 to 6% Yearly interest just for buying and holding it. This is a short summary from coinbase...
Bitcoin BTC is the world’s first widely-adopted cryptocurrency. With Bitcoin, people can securely and directly send each other digital money on the internet.
Unlike services like Venmo and PayPal, which rely on the traditional financial system for permission to transfer money and on existing debit/credit accounts, Bitcoin is decentralized: any two people, anywhere in the world, can send Bitcoin to each other without the involvement of a bank, government, or other institution.
Ethereum 495% up year to date WOW
Ethereum is the second-biggest cryptocurrency by market cap after Bitcoin. It is also a decentralized computing platform that can run a wide variety of applications — including the entire universe of DeFi.
Everything from financial tools and games to complex databases are already running on the Ethereum blockchain. And its future potential is only limited by developers’ imaginations. As the nonprofit Ethereum Foundation puts it: “Ethereum can be used to codify, decentralize, secure and trade just about anything.”
And one more i do not want to take up to much time and space here but at least it is info.
Popularity

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Earning 4.00% APY
Performance
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Algorand
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Market
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Overview
Algorand seeks to build on similar projects like Ethereum by improving scalability, security, and reducing the amount of time it takes for transactions on the network to be considered “final.”
Developers can use Algorand to create decentralized applications — for loans, decentralized trading, and many other uses — that can take advantage of fast, low-cost transaction processing while scaling to a large number of users.
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When you hold Algorand in your Coinbase account, you can earn rewards. 4.00% is the estimated annual rewards rate, which may change over time. It’s based on the Algorand rewards generated by the protocol.
To get started, add Algorand to your account with a purchase or transfer. Your first Algorand reward should then appear in your account tomorrow. After that, you’ll earn rewards daily.
If you prefer not to receive rewards, you can turn off staking at any time by visiting Settings > Financial Services. Good Luckzzz

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Is this A copy and paste from somewhere? Or is this just knowledge you have? Either way it's super helpful. Thank you. I'm going to send you a friend request. My Lyft driver was talking about this stuff. He said he made 200 grand last year...but...I don't know for fact. I have an acquaintance that does this and claims to make just like a few hundred bucks a month. So what do you do? What currency do you buy? Bitcoins? Because they have tether and a bunch others. You just buy let's say a couple hundred bucks...wait until it goes up then sell it? And if so is there a chart to watch for this?(I know there is but more just asking what chart and where? I have A crypto.com account already set up and linked to my bank. Is crypto.com good?

HeyYoeIte's picture

Hello, sorry i did not put it up front but halfway down and a couple other places i mention this is a summary of what coinbase shows members.. It is a really short version of what some of these things mean, but Coin base is where i got my graph chart type of information, I am not sure about the other platforms but i have an idea that crypto.com has charts if you click next to the currency you are interested in, I do not want to make it complicated and unless you have some type of inside information, i suggest at first checking out the top 5 crypto like Bitcoin about 1 trillion dollars market cap, Ethereum 465 billion Solana 60 billion Cardano 50 billion. You definitely can make money buying and selling. Another cool thing is for example you can convert your 50 dollars in bitcoin to 50 dollars in Ethereum and at least with coinbase there are no fees, and any fees to send or sell that you come across in minimal around 1.00 dollar average. So If i had 50 dollars in bitcoin and it is not worth 75 dollars you can convert it back to cash and wait to see what else you may want to buy, converting to cash USD is not sending it to your bank account, USD$ is what you call a stable currency 1 USD is 1 USD doesn't change. The reason it is nice to convert coins is sometimes you do not have another 50$ to invest in coin A or coin B but if you have 50$ in Bitcoin you can convert it to 50$ in coin A. Now you have made a few dollars in bitcoin and are converting that money to another coin without adding any more money. Of course you can buy 50$ in BTC and hold it, and buy 50$ in ETH and hold it, if you want to convert 20$ of that in something else that looks interesting you can do that. Lets say you made 100$ and for now you feel there might be some profit taking or you start to see a downward trend of the coins losing money, you can re buy those same coins at a lower price because they always go back up, or convert them to USD$ dollar coins and hold that money you have safely without in going up or down because the USD coin is stable and acts like one dollar always. I hope this makes a little sense. If you feel crypto.com is not that user friendly or does not have many features you could look around but that can make you go crazy. There are a few major crypto platforms to buy and sell and hold the coins all in one stop shopping. Some say it is dangerous or hackers can get to you but i have not heard or seen that personally.

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I appreciate you taking all this time to educate us. I'm going to also see if there are some tutorials on YouTube for making money. I mean when I have people telling me they are making thousands of dollars a year on this just by buying, selling, and trading... even a couple hundred bucks extra a month is worth dabbling in it a bit. I think I'm going to purchase like $100 worth and play around with it that way there isn't much at stake...then if I start hitting paydays and get the hang of it I'll invest more. I think I sent you a friend request. I'm going to message you and if possible communicate via proton mail. I would appreciate it
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No problem, i was just looking at bitcoins price and Ethereum and it always seems at the end of the year i think for tax reasons and profit taking a lot of people are selling and taking profits. There are many many crypto coins and platforms that you can look into but that makes things complicated. I always advise pick a few that you like, usually the leaders and it is impossible to time the market but the prices now for BTC and ETH are low enough to buy a little. Worse thing that can happen it is goes a little lower and you buy a little more. But this is like the younger generations market in general speaking terms. Investments and technology like this does not come around often and it has only been around for about 15 years so the ideas the technology and what people are able to do will only get better. People are now creating one of a kind art pieces that are digital in nature, you get your own special owners codes and rights to that painting you purchased. Baseball cards are coming in digital form and it goes on and on. Something called NFT's Non fungible tokens is getting big. When you read a few articles you see some very smart business men and woman putting a good amount of money in this technology and it is not just virtual coins to buy and sell and trade, it is art, sports cards, anything digital that you can purchase, sometimes you get the physical baseball card and the digital one comes with it. It is always moving and changing but i heard someone just spent a couple million in crypto on some type of digital art. Even though people still use vinyl records, 8 track, cassettes, cd's etc this is something to check out especially if you read a few articles, and definitions that come along with this e commerce. The nice thing is that even if you had 100$ in something and it went down a little for a couple days it goes down a couple dollars small percentages. On the other hand it seems every other day when a few e stocks go up most all of them follow. So far year over year your talking 100% 200% and more gains. With a touch of patience and getting familiar with this you will hopefully get $$ gains and muscle gains for the New Year!

Janus's picture

Agreed

PropheticWookie's picture

I fully agree with you and I will read with interest too

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I agree with Janus agreeing with me. And I concur your agreement with him. Therefore...in a nutshell...we all agree with each other. Don't you agree?
Janus's picture

I hate to disagree, so I will have to agree...as long as we don't agree to disagree.