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    Quote Originally Posted by inbitco View Post
    I am curious about etherium too. One of my friends has a bad experience with it.
    Well, because one of your friend had a bad experience with the cryptocurrencies does not mean that some traders are not gaining from it. You can either trade it on the trading platform, just like other market assets, you can also invest in it and store it in your wallet, the choice of this is yours my friend. Many traders made mistake of buying cryptocurrencies in last year's December against the beginning of this year, that was the time that cryptocurrencies fell so much. Yet, speculations still reveals that it might still climb with time.

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    for a beginner the coin i will advise is any coin is value is not too on a high side in term of dollars rating, the coin have a potential of climbing higher in the coin market and the source of the coin is very strong as in the country where it is generating from have a very strong economical background, in order for the investor to be able to make good profit in the business, for the sake of emphasis i think BCH is a nice start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inbitco View Post
    I am curious about etherium too. One of my friends has a bad experience with it.
    Am sure too even with Bitcoin some traders have bad experience with it also. So no currency is perfect as it's an investment filled with uncertainties. Some bought some cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and co when they where at their peak and see the decline made them loose so much money. Your friend should learn to have proper informations before investment because lack of information is one reason people buy at the wrong time.

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    every crypto coin with the big number of users and market cap is good for beginners coz these days a lot of scams in the market so we have need to know about the history of a coin than invest in it. I prefer these coins for beginners:
    CARDANO
    STELLAR
    RIPPLE
    STEEM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silhouette View Post
    I saw many cryptocurrencies name in this business and they're new to me. But one thing to see there are some misspelled names such as with Stellar, Bitcoin and Ripple but I don't think that's a big problem because they're already known by many people including me. What about Ethereum is it a good coin for beginners too? If not then what's the reason from you?

    Ethrium is also a very familiar digital currency, currently priced is $ 584 and has reached $ 1400 before and I think that this currency is available for trading in many brokers including RoboForex
    https://www.roboforex.com/forex-trad...ptocurrencies/
    I think like Bitcoin it is good for investment[/lang]

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    It is recomanded for beginners to try the bitcoins , they could be helpful and reliable on the long term . Lots of traders want to get involved with the bitcoin us , that is the reason why it should be an action to take to test lightly the bitcoin trading on the platforms . After this , it is required to go for small amounts , in order to test the platforms and the results of the positions buy and sell . In order to get some good results , a good trader could train and get the level of profits desired at the first time of the exercices . Bitcoin us trading is a good way for beginners to get trades for profits , on the forex markets .

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    bitcoin is a cryptocurrency after this coin market is now full of new coins and a lot of people become a millionaire to hold these coins.most coins which gives good result to investors are ripple and dash and etherium these coins are good after bitcoin it's not mean bitcoin not good. bitcoin is the queen of the coin and suggest bitcoin and etherium to new investors.

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    According to this thread I may assume that the best crypto currencies for beginners will be suitable with Stellar and Ripple coin because of their value of prices still relatively low. It's not recommended for beginners to go directly to trade with Bitcoin or with Litecoin which has higher value because once they missed the trade or investment, they could lose plenty money.
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    It's no surprise lots of cryptocurrencies comes up virtually everyday. We just have to be careful to trade with the right one to avoid falling for scam cryptocurrencies which will leave you frustrated in loss in no time. This is why traders must make proper research about the cryptocurrencies they are trying to invest in to see if it have what it takes to give us profits. It will be bad not understanding the cryptocurrencies you are trying to invest in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senorita View Post
    It's no surprise lots of cryptocurrencies comes up virtually everyday. We just have to be careful to trade with the right one to avoid falling for scam cryptocurrencies which will leave you frustrated in loss in no time. This is why traders must make proper research about the cryptocurrencies they are trying to invest in to see if it have what it takes to give us profits. It will be bad not understanding the cryptocurrencies you are trying to invest in.
    the only thing that scam in cryptocurrencies is the way we should invest in coin. since everything is in virtual data, how can one be sure to invest their own money to such thing which never exist at all? it's fine if we buy a physical coin like bitcoin and keep it inside our vault until its price going up. but then with crypto mining or investing like what we see in the business it's for me not so convincing to do.

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