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I am very involved in Cryptocurrency as an investment. I realize this is not a Crypto website but I own this website and I think there are many people on here like myself that invest in Crypto. Let's talk about it! Share your expertise, recommendations, and ask questions. 

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Comment by Monty Yeager on June 25, 2021 at 4:18pm

Thomas Westwood,

You and I seem to agree about what to purchase. Since I own this website, I won't specifically say what to buy but I will say that I agree with you on all but one of your 5 recommended crypto currency buys. I will admit that I seriously considered buying the Baby Dogecoin dip today but since I already have about 840 billion of them right now, I decided to stay put. I can guarantee that I will be considering and researching the new coins as they are released according to the Coinmarketcap app. and I will purchase several new cryptos this summer. What I buy is just a matter of which NEW cryptos I consider to have the biggest upside potential.

* Disclaimer - For me, income is not a problem so yes I frequently purchase different cryptos. On the flipside, for someone that is on a strict budget or does not have EXTRA money, do not invest in a newly released crypto unless you can afford to lose part or even most of what you invest. Yes, some of us will become wealthy from choosing the right crypto in it's early days but many will lose their money. Research before you buy. Crypto is AMAZING but it is not without risk! If you want to get rich, it seems to be a risk worth taking.

Comment by Thomas Westwood on June 25, 2021 at 4:03pm

Answer to Lisa Verholtz:

Personally, I like Safemoon, Promise, Safetree, and of course Baby Doge. I see potential in all of these as well as a big rise in ETH later this year. That is just me throwing out my thoughts. Not certified to tell you where to put your hard earned money but I have been making some nice change in crypto lately :)

Comment by Lisa Verholtz on June 25, 2021 at 2:25pm

Baby Dogecoin went down this morning so I took the opportunity to purchase 371 Billion Baby Dogecoins. Cost very little and now I feel like I am involved! 

What other Crypto coins should I be considering?

Comment by Admin on June 23, 2021 at 11:54am

Just FYI... The Baby Doge that I bought 9 days ago when it first came out is up 530% in 9 days, and 404% over the last week. I'm not saying to buy it because I am not a financial advisor but if you like making money....

Comment by Mark Lewis on June 22, 2021 at 12:32pm

I too feel that crypto is here to stay. As a real estate investor this type of investing is very new to me but also something that I find very necessary in this day and age. Over the last 6 weeks or so I have bought 4 different "cryptos". I am staying away from Bitcoin because I just don't see the same potential upside as I do for the smaller, newly release coins that have much more room to grow. I understand the risk but I am willing to make a small, educated gamble on the chance that I choose the next one that goes to the moon. Of the 4 I have started with, the only one that is rising, and it rises fast, is the baby dogecoin that everyone seems to be talking about. To this point my profit on baby dogecoin is much higher than my small losses on the other 3 I have bought. I will stick for a long period of time without selling. It only takes one to make the big money!

If you know of a new crypto that we should all be buying, post it here. I would love to hear all of your own ideas and advice if you have some.

Comment by Tom Rowen on June 21, 2021 at 4:22pm

Update: Saturday evening I purchase BabyDogeCoin. Ispent what amounted to $187 and it looks like I now have $241 so that is a nice quick profit but I plan on holding this for a long time as that small investment has given me several billion Baby Doge's. So far very pleased. 

Comment by Thomas Westwood on June 19, 2021 at 11:05am

Answer to Tom Rowen's question:

I am not a financial advisor but I am an active crypto investor. I research before I buy. There are some I have made good money with, others I have lost on. Overall, I am probably up by about $40,000 to $42,000 since last summer when I first entered the world of crypto. Not life changing but definitely a great supplement to my regular income with the excitement of knowing that any one of these new ones could hit big if I make the right choice.

My total crypto comes out to about $110,000 give or take. Here are the ones I currently own:

Etherium, Polygon, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Baby DogeCoin, PornRocket, Safemoon.

I bought 2 new ones this morning, Promise and SafeTrees. These two were just released and show great potential, particularly Promise. The new releases have the biggest upside potential but also more risk.

My largest holding is with Etherium. I will likely double down on Promise later today and will consider doing the same with Baby Dogecoin.

Not financial advice so much as what I personally do but again, I have made over $40,000 profit in the last year with Crypto.

For more specific advice, DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH and definitely check out the CoinMarketCap App or website. Also, after reading all responses here, I would listen to Admin of this site and potentially Steve Streetman and Carlos Gomez. Looks like Mr. Gomez has made some money with his investment in BTC.

Best of luck to you all. Some of us will make millions here in the next few years. Hope that includes you!

Comment by Tom Rowen on June 18, 2021 at 12:28pm

I bought one Bitcoin several years back for around $1100. Outside of that, I have little crypto experience. I would like to get back in and make some smaller investments to hold for a while and see what happens. I have seen buzz around both Dogecoin and the newer Baby Dogecoin. I personally feel that I have missed the boat on Doge but everything I have read about the new Baby Dogecoin shows it to be much faster and more efficient than the original Dogecoin. It looks like the guy that owns this website is a big fan of Baby Dogecoin. Based on that alone I may make a small investment there. What other recently released currencies do you all recommend?

Comment by Serg Valarezo on June 18, 2021 at 11:35am

Current holdings include Litecoin, Bitcoin, Baby Doge, Shibu Inu, Polkadot. I am always interested in hearing from the Crypto Pros. Looks like there are some in this group. Please let us know what you recommend?

Comment by Valarie Beardsley Beadle on June 17, 2021 at 2:03pm

If you're investing in Crypto for the long haul - do your research - many of the coins coming out are pump and dumps that will not last long (or frankly are scams) - they do not have a purpose - read the white papers on each crypto:  Who's behind it?  What's its purpose?  Is there a well-developed road map for the future?

Do NOT invest more than you are willing to lose - do NOT borrow to invest, do NOT use credit cards to invest on a "sure deal" - Crypto is too volatile - during this last crash there were folks literally crying online that they had lost everything, were at risk for divorce for what they had invested,  Do NOT depend on celebrity endorsements (though Mark Cuban has done some great research into crypto and written a great article on its potential),.

Diversify - spread your (well-researched) choices through Stable, Alt and your speculative ("to the moon") coins - Slowly build your portfolio and you'll find that you do well when the market zooms and you don't lose as much when it tanks.

No "Whack a Mole" - frenetically buying the latest and greatest coin, then selling at the first sign of a correction (loss), then on to the next, then back to the former, and so on.... it only causes stress and frustration and loss - HODL for the long term, carefully liquidate when the time comes (10% or so at a time) 

Avoid Scammers - send your coin, double your coin - in any language, coming from any "trusted source" - it's a scam, it's a scam, it's a scam

Learn how to properly use wallets - keep a binder of your private and keywords and phrases, logins, passwords, websites, apps - clear enough to allow someone having to take over in event of an emergency, the ability to act on your behalf, when you can't (an accident, illness, death)  Set up your estate planning to have someone experienced in crypto investments to take over when the time comes and go over your strategies and procedures with them.

I could go on but that's probably enough for this post.


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