Who’s itching to buy?

These red dildos got me wanting to itch my itch.

Trying to time market and not jump too quick (yeah I know DCA). I think little more of a drop and we revers but what do I know.

Just trying to not get to eager. But some goodies over the weekend but waiting to pick up some more.

What you think about current bear run, will it turn around?

What you like for good bargains?

Are we going to be heading to green dildos?

I’ll probably get some top 10 coins this time around. With everything being down in last month they seem to be “safer” plays. I’m usually looking for alts and may grab some more.

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43 thoughts on “Who’s itching to buy?”

  1. I already bought in, There have been enough buying oppertunties the past year, I don’t have any budget left to invest in crypto after all these crashes and red days, as they say you should only invest what you can afford to lose and at this point I cannot afford to lose any more.

    I need to make some profit/wins first before buying/re-investing more in crypto. So the only option is to wait for the next bull run, no matter how long it takes.

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  2. Hoping my tax return comes at the same time everything takes a complete shit so i can catch that falling knife like i always do. But definitely loading ATOM, ETH, HBAR, ALGO, maybe some ADA if it gets low enough.

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  3. im itching to buy but I’m gonna keep holding onto my stablecoins for now.

    stuff is still too expensive. if BTC drops another 10k then that is the time to buy.

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  4. I’ve been buying little bits all day! ETH, ATOM, and HBAR. Still holding quite a bit of cash though, I don’t like this macro economic pessimism right now. If there’s a bigger drop I’m gonna go mostly ETH to load up before the merge

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  5. Great idea asking this sub on all questions relating to the future of the unknown. We dumb. No one knows shit about fuck.

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  6. Some SUSHI if you have faith in eth I would have some faith in sushi and it is SO down when you look at the chart long term

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  7. I panic sold when Russia invaded ( I live few hundreds km from Ukraine ).

    I waited cos I thought bear market would continue…. and then the trend changed . So I bought… the top. Getting fucked sideways

    So I drop my trader cosplay. DCA all the way to the bottom if needed.

    Pretty bullish on RMRK and SHD , trying to make a good bag of those before they go mainstream and mainnet

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  8. I DCA both monthly and weekly, but I do also have a chunk of fiat ready to buy dips. I bought a little bit extra at $40k but the majority of that chunk remains ready to go if we go lower.

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  9. The coins I want aren’t available on the CEX’s that I use. I’m on Day 5 of waiting for my fiat to clear so I can actually buy some stuff.

    I hate legacy banking. People sometimes say stablecoins are just money with risk and no benefit but settlement in 5 minutes vs settlement in 5 days is an obvious stupid huge massive ginormous improvement over the current system in the US.

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  10. When posts say “Buy the dip!” instead of “My life is ruined, I’ve lost everything!” it hasn’t dipped far enough.

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  11. I DCA’d a little today, but I’m fully prepared for the market to go down more. Spreading out your buys, and prepare for the worst. I think the worst case is Bitcoin going all the way down to around 21k

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  12. See prices dropping at least another 50% with as bad the predictions are of the evergrowing looming recession.

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  13. I moved a little of my DCA to today. If it drops more, no problem, I’ll get more later. If it goes up, glad I got a bit now.

    I’ve been trying to think more long term with my holdings, so that makes it a little less stressful.

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  14. Haha. Dont even have fiat to buy these if I wanted to. Just because a I bough more a couple days before this, sigh.

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  15. I am but I have to remain steadfast in my DCA strategy

    If I falter, then I lose the long term investment angle and end up as just a gambler

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