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5 Tips For New Bitcoin Investors

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 23, 2017 4:15 PM

Authored by Darryn Pollock via CoinTelegraph.com,

Taking the plunge and entering the crypto space can be daunting. There is no centralized authority to hold your hand, and the rumors and stories circulating around digital currencies can be fear-inducing.

However, with a few straightforward tips, negotiating that first Bitcoin transaction or trade can be a lot less stressful.

1. Do your homework

There is plenty of hype, rumor, success stories and tales of horror when it comes to Bitcoin and other digital currencies. Make sure you understand exactly what you’re getting into, and don’t risk more money than you could afford to lose.

Bitcoin is an exciting world to be in, but it is one that is complex and confusing if you only enter it on hype. Many people buy expensive cars, not knowing how the engine works, and that is fine because if it breaks there are mechanics and garages. In the cryptocurrency world, it is you against the world, it is decentralized and there is no one to hold your hand.

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