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1,237.82+93.81 (+8.20%)
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  • F
    I urge everyone to start somewhere now no matter how small, this is literally the time for that, forget material things , don’t get tempted. Buy coins and save it will serve you 🙏🏻
  • R
    Never thought I’d hear myself rooting for $1200
  • S
    Stock is the oldest online market we have done in the past years, we employ it because of the highest quality service it renders and how successful it is , today we now say crypto currency too , I’m just saying that people should develop the habit of investing .really helpful in life…
  • Y
    Just a little rise and people forget about 70% fall? Still in down trend
  • E
    Eric W
    All aboard!!
  • G
    New trader watchlist was published by these guys and it featured ETH-USD . (
  • M
    If I invested in this on January 1, 2018, and purchased one ETH - I would have lost four dollars.
  • M
    1500 and then 2000 sooner than later.
  • R
    Will ETH be able to hold 1200 on weekend?
  • D
    Billionaire Bill Miller Says Upcoming
    Ethereum Upgrade Will Leave Bitcoin With
    One Massive Advantage Over ETH
  • M
    I'll start buying this when it's around $250.00 which won't be long.
  • M
    Master Yoda
    Went below 900 for a little while
  • A
    Got over 400k Eth. Been holding long term. On seeing the recent movements of the Bitcoin market, I don't think I want to hold anymore. I'm considering selling off my coins or trading them for profits depending on which works better.
  • J
    Wow, if you had bought this back in 2017 and held it to today, you would be even.
  • C
    Looks like this.
  • C
    Rust all ball market timers ⏲ will try to lure you away from ETH or use an obscure trading platform ….beware of those who promise greener pastures !
  • A
    Under 1k by midnight!! Book it!!!
  • M
    Master Yoda
    Next support 700. Then 400.
  • d
    Another crypto selloff over the weekend meant that Celsius was forced to gate either because it is functionally insolvent (ie, unable to pay debts as they fall due) or balance sheet insolvent (ie, unable to pay debts whenever they fall due).
  • R
    who is betting this will be under 1000 this weekend ?