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The Free Capital Problem

You can purchase $20 of Bitcoin right now, but if you don’t have $20 to spare, that’s not going to do you much good.

Small scale transactions like the one above shouldn’t be a problem for anybody. But, if you’re living paycheck to paycheck or if money is inordinately tight, you might struggle to save up enough to build momentum.

There are several ways to handle this. For example, you could pick up a second job or a side gig to make some extra money. You could move to a cheaper location or cut expenses that are no longer relevant to you.

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Most people buy and sell coins through a marketplace. With the right market, you’ll have even hundreds of cryptocurrencies to choose from, and you can buy in tiny increments, sometimes securing a transaction for less than $100.

Even if you spend months reading about cryptocurrency, studying historical trends, and doing your due diligence for each of several different currencies currently being traded and speculated on, you still might make some bad decisions....

Getting involved in crypto mining means you’ll be able to generate coins on your own with no need to purchase them from someone else. You’re going to need a powerful rig, and even then, there’s no guarantee to make money from this endeavor.

If you have a powerful computer, you can set up a rig to mine cryptocurrency on your behalf, to generate the resources yourself. There are just a few problems with this idea.

Many people who delve into cryptocurrency are excited about the notion of turning a $1,000 investment into millions of dollars in wealth.

Just because you can invest in cryptocurrency doesn’t necessarily mean you should. Cryptocurrency is an uncertain investment wrought with volatility and regulatory complications.

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What’s up, it’s @hackedongrowth here, As the globe continued to fight the epidemic earlier this year, something unusual began to happen. Bitcoin, the well-known cryptocurrency, began to appreciate in value.

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