@kurszusz
67,124 sats stacked
stacking since: #300062longest cowboy streak: 1
My Bitcoin story:
1st chapter:
I heard about BTC first time ever in 2010. On this time I was registered on many PTC sites (Pay to Click) to earn some money on my free time. Once, when I wanted to cash out from one of these sites the amount of $9 (nine US dollar), the site suggested me to create a BTC wallet, and swap my $9 to 500 BTC (five hundred Bitcoin) instantly, and they will send this amount of BTC directly to my wallet. I thought "what the hell is BTC", I have read 1 article about BTC, and the first page from litepaper...but I thought it is a scam for sure, and remained with my original plan, and cashed out $9. This was the first BIG MISTAKE!
2nd chapter:
Secondly... I started to read about BTC on 2015. After our wedding with my wife I tried to convience her to buy some BTC from our wedding money. I would have liked it to buy 10 BTC (price was around $250 / BTC), but my wife didn't believed in, and most probably I was not enough convincing. Important to note, that on this time I thought about BTC strictly as a short / middle investment to make more money.
3rd chapter:
In May 2021 I was on my brother's bachelor party, with a lot of friends, and some unknown peoples for me (these were my brother's classmates). I started to talk with one of these "unknown people" about finances, and he told me about BTC. We talked a lot, and he explained me the real utility of BTC, that is not just a financial device, but much more than that: it is the key to own your freedom, and to not depend on financial institutions. After this party, I maded a Binance account, and bought a middle pack of BTC, and started to read and learn about. This learning process is still continues even now.
Conclusion: BTC will change our life, we just need to be patient, and wait!
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Bitcoin lover & crypto enthusiast
This sounds more like a shitcoiner pretending to be a bitcoiner. You should review your "intentions"...
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Welcome to the Final Frontier!
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Welcome aboard!
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Quality over quantity, @kurszusz, I see you spam posting almost every minute, with copy-pastas or kinda low-effort posts. I understand that you may want to stack sats and you find SN an easy path to do that, but stay humble, high-effort posts will reward you better.
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OK. Understand. Thanks for your advice!
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Do i see fellow Poles here?
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ok one Hungarian and one Pole
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Yes mate, I'm Hungarian. But you need to know that Hungarians have traditional good friendship with Polish peoples.
„Polak, Węgier, dwa bratanki, i do szabli, i do szklanki.”
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oba zuchy, oba żwawi, niech im Pan Bóg błogosławi
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Welcome. Stay humble, stack sats.
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Welcome to the sat party! It’s groovy
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Welcome!
stack sats and stay humble
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