Bitcoin Enthusiasts Lament: ‘I Should Have Bought More’

Bitcoin Enthusiasts Lament: ‘I Should Have Bought More’

There were expressions of how the boat had been missed terribly when clearly the opportunity was there. The trending cries have been "I should have bought more." Cointelegraph decided to look into whether the members of the crypto community are afflicted by the "I should have bought more" syndrome. Their feelings were a mix of procrastination, fear and a lack of belief in Bitcoin at the time. Wait and see. Joe Shepherd, a Pagosa Springs, Colorado resident believes that he missed the boat because of procrastination. "I wish I had bought 100 coins when it was $40....

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