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Watch Out Everyone!


Be careful guys! That’s the message that we should all be taking to heart these days. With the world in a state of flux, it’s important to be mindful of our actions and the potential consequences of them. Whether it’s online or in the real world, we need to be aware of the risks that we’re taking and the potential consequences of our actions.

In the online world, it’s important to be aware of the potential for cyberbullying, identity theft, and other malicious activities. It’s important to be careful about what we post online, who we interact with, and how we interact with them. We should also be aware of the potential for our personal information to be stolen or misused.

In the real world, it’s important to be aware of our surroundings and the potential for danger. We should be aware of our personal safety and the safety of those around us. We should also be aware of the potential for criminal activity and the potential consequences of our actions.

No matter what we’re doing, it’s important to be careful. We should always be aware of the potential risks and consequences of our actions. We should also be aware of the potential for danger and the potential consequences of our actions. Being careful is the best way to ensure that we stay safe and that we don’t put ourselves or others in harm’s way. So, be careful guys!

49 thoughts on “Watch Out Everyone!”

  1. Stop lying. We know no one would talk to you in real life . /s

    Usually thats how it goes. When it’s up I get all the texts and people saying they wish they had bought. Then when it dips they are too afraid to buy.

  2. I’m not saying you’re wrong, but I think this is a bit reverse logic. During the most recent bull run I had people asking me about crypto and “making wallets” and all of these other things. Nobody dares mention it now

  3. One of these days however it’ll mean the supercycle where people are sick of worrying if their money will be there in the bank or inflated away with a hidden tax. I do understand the warning however, because it’s probably too soon for the supercycle

  4. Yeah I usually don’t involve my family or friends or anyone close to me with crypto, if they want to learn there’s plenty of resources out there and if things go wrong I don’t want to be blamed for wrongful advice.

  5. Well a lot of asian women add me on twitter. In their profile they say “crypto investor” and if (I’ve already stopped following back), but if I follow back they start a conversation “thank you for your attention ❤️” and you can imagine the rest of the story. I believe that these are scammers, probably Indian guys trying to earn their monthly wages.

  6. Best case scenario it’s an early sign of the bull run leading up to the halfing for bitcoin.

    Worst case scenario it goes to zero because everyone sells.

    The only two options /s

  7. If anyone sends me a DM on any platform about crypto I don’t even open it. I delete and block and sometimes report.

    Even my grandma on Facebook asking me what Bitchoin to buy gets the ban treatment.

  8. I agree. I hate fud but I still think the market is being propped up right now before a crash. Remember the craziness of 2022 starting; this could be worse. I hope not but strange vibe right now.

  9. If I know the people I try to inform them on the basics and some of the exchanges they could use to get started with and make sure that they should get into self custody as soon as possible and not giving any exact cryptos myself they should buy. They should do their own due diligence.

  10. I had a lot of people ask me about crypto in 2020 and the beginning of 2021. But it took several months to over a year before the crash.

    Same in 2016. I started to get a lot of people ask me how to get into crypto. But we didn’t crash until the end of 2017.

    If anything, it seems more like a signal of bullish months ahead, not a crash.

  11. This is not the same. Usually people are asking after a long duration in a bull run and much higher prices. We are still on a bear market. People are legitimately afraid of banks right now.

  12. They are asking you about crypto for a different reason this time.

    Last time no coiners asked you about crypto was because the price was mooning and they wanted in. This was typically at the end of a bull run and as such not long after prices crashed.

    This time it’s due to the financial crisis and current news events related to the banks.

    For once no coiners are here at the right time and hopefully they stay for the long run.

  13. We already experienced the crash, goofball. The time to worry is when the market is red hot AND your grandma is asking about crypto.

    What you are describing is actually a good sign that the bull run is coming.


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