posted on Dec, 14 2013 @ 07:14 PM
Answer = 1000% profit (and way more to come if you keep the BTC). So giving 10% is not so bad, considering the profit your making (you still get to
keep 90% which equals a lot of profit). This IS if you bought it at $100 a few months back and sell it now!
This is just ascertion. You (like everyone else) have no clue what's on the horizon.
In addition, your math is atrocious.
How exactly do you define 1000% profit from a 10% loss off the bat before actual banking fees come into play?
How dare you...... you are wrong on so many levels!
Firstly, It is no ascertion. It is FACT. about 5 months ago I personally was going to buy the BTC at a price of $100 per BTC (i didnt in the end, but
thats beside the point as it doesnt change what happened next).
A few weeks ago the USA stated that it was a legit currency, and since then the price has soared to over $1000 in less than a week.
So, it was 100, it became 1000.
Now sir, if my math is so atrocious, then you
tell me... Is that not 1000%?
Fine, so you have to give them 10%, which, with a thousand percent markup, comes to 100% of your original amount. So technically you take 900% (or
$900 since 10% of 1000 is 100)
Secondly, I DO have a clue as to what is on the horizon. It is a fact that BTC has gone from $20 to $1000 in 3 years, it took Apple 20 years. I have
been told by many of my friends that they feel like retards for not listening to me back when i told them about BTC. So yes, many of us DO have a
realistic picture of what is coming.
Oh yeah..... and you are wrong about the 'banking fees'. You see, with BTC there are no banking fees.
Honestly, what is so hard to understand?