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Coinbase reference price set at $250 per share ahead of Nasdaq debut | Are you buying in or would you rather just…buy more crypto?

Coinbase reference price set at $250 per share ahead of Nasdaq debut | Are you buying in or would you rather just…buy more crypto?



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  1. I’m gambling $250 on this to see how it goes. Iv spent 250 on dumber things in my life, the difference between this and my CC is that I know I’m not constantly gonna DCA and HODL my COIN forever.

  2. I’m torn. I only buy Bitcoin. Bitcoin will probably be more valuable over the long term. But, Coinbase makes money on transactions, and they support a lot of different crypto. I reckon they’ll be making money whether crypto goes up OR down. So torn.

  3. So crypto is the future? But we are not going to invest in the infrastructure that everybody claims is so important? Maybe stop those mental acrobatics guys and gals…

  4. I’m all in with crypto, no stocks for me. Sure I might be able to make some money on this, but I’m a long term hodler not a trader. I’ll watch the stock market from the sidelines.

  5. I am not buying coinbase for the same reason I am not buying Tesla shares – it is no hedge against crypto.

    Do I actually hold stonks to hedge vs my crypto risks, no. All-in in crypto. I do not need any indirect exposure.

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