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I Lost $15,000 in a Bitcoin Mining Scam

Some Lessons and Why You Should Only Invest in What You Can Afford to Lose

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During the height of the last bull run in cryptocurrencies in 2017, I became attracted to a Bitcoin mining company that was paying my friends thousands of dollars every month. One person talked about buying a fabulous home in Phoenix in a few months. He had already retired…




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Tom Handy

Tom Handy

An investor writing his thoughts online. 25-year Self-taught Investor & 20-year Army Veteran. As seen on Morning Brew, Money magazine 2x, and Army Times.

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