BCH and some other issues that have happened to me.
Oct 9, 2022
One day I told my friend about how he generated BCH on a page called read.cash and his reaction was incredulous. Furthermore, he told me that the BCH was literally useless and that I should sell them all if they were real than if they were mine. He could not believe that the BCH he generated on the platform went directly to his own wallet without further problems. It is that on the internet you see every scam and site that puts a thousand obstacles to withdrawing the cryptos that with so much effort and time can be acquired, which is difficult to trust. I don't blame him, I also had my doubts when I started.
I didn't know about BCH at all a year ago.
But starting with it, I fell in love with everything it represents. In addition, the community that surrounds it is impressive.
I came from a world of BTC, were scams and scams were enough to drive everyone crazy. I was even part of a pyramid scheme, where I lost a good part of my capital. Hard times and no experience. Then one learns suddenly, but it does not mean that bad things stop happening, so we have to be vigilant.
BCH at that time was worth more than $600 USD. This figure has only decreased since I entered the platform. Bad luck follows me, some would say.
I entered Bityard.
An excellent Exchange in which I Copy Traded some USDT that I won in contests on that Exchange.
Due to a bad configuration of Copy Trading, my account was liquidated, it opened orders with all my capital and went against the operation.
I also dabbled in Spot and Futures trading.
The anxiety of buying and seeing how the price continues to drop is abysmal, and then you sell and are left at a loss.
Or if you sell and the price starts to rise again and then you buy to not miss out on the rise and end up with less BCH than when you started. Even in Futures, your handshakes close the operation. You let losses run and cut profits very quickly, a classic. Or you just end up losing everything because you don't want to cut your losses, hoping it's going to go up and you end up liquidating the account.
A hacker stole more than $400 USD from my metamask.
It was literally one of the worst days of my life in the crypto world.
That amount of money represents in my country 16 months of work with an average salary. All this without spending 1 penny. That was the effort of months in Pegaxy, the P2E game that was a success at its launch and then fell apart. Does it hurt right?
Meanwhile, I keep accumulating BCH, as much as I can, and some ETH that I get in one of the Pb0x contests. The future is uncertain. Perhaps in a few years, we will all be rich or millionaires. Perhaps in a few years, that $ 0.02 USDT in BCH that you will surely leave as a tip for this article will have a value greater than $10 USDT.
See you tomorrow!
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