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Newcomers, here's your FAQ: Who should I trust?

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Jameson Lopp (19/Nov/2017)

--- Quote ---Welcome to Bitcoin, newcomers! Here's your FAQ:

 Q: Who should I trust?
 A: Nobody.

 Q: When should I sell?
 A: Never.

 Q: Is Bitcoin dying because ____?
 A: No.

 Q: What have I gotten myself into?
 A: Nobody knows.

 Q: How do I learn more?
 A: https://lopp.net/bitcoin.html

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Source: https://twitter.com/lopp/status/932350908461133825

Tellmoth:
I understand that this advice is meant to be cynical but it's getting to the gist of it. Like in any kind of economic situation, you are forced to make your own decisions - but you can learn where to look for information.

EnKoT:

--- Quote from: MaxXXXX on January 28, 2018, 02:17:27 PM ---in God we trust

--- End quote ---
I dont....better trust your mom or dad...they are at least real ;)
Since I am quite new in the cryptocurrency world (compared to others) I realize that the security factor is as important or maybe more important than making good decisions in where to invest or not...

innate:
hm, it's nice. thank you for it

Zoey_iam:
Trust your guts but should be based on valid information and analysis of financial and trade situations.

yazzy:
Trust no one.  They all have vested interests.  Trust your decisions but be sure before even doing something big when doing bitcoin, do not spend more of what you're not prepared to lose.

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