Going Down With The Ship
It’s not wise to disclose how much of any kind of funds you have, let alone crypto. So I’m not going to say how much I have. What I will disclose is that I’ve decided never to sell. I’m going down with the ship.
I don’t care if BTC falls to zero. Yes, it actually really can do that. No, I don’t think it will. But even if it did, I’m not selling.
I don’t care if these are the last dying pangs of a failed tech. I’m not selling. I’m not selling my BTC or shitty alt-coins.
I don’t care if I lost my money. I already considered it dead-money when I converted fiat into BTC. I’m not selling.
I don’t care if we ever see the 2017/18 all-time-high again. I’m not selling. I will be Paul Atreides in this bitch.
I don’t care if this will go down in history is a lesson in economics, detailing the mania for a speculative asset. I’ll be a part of that, and I’ll tell all the children when I’m old, if I ever get that far, that I never sold, and that I still have BTC.
I’m not selling. If this is a sinking ship, I’ll be there with the rest of you, hands made of iron, resolute and entirely obstinate. I’m not selling.
I don't care how dumb you think I am. I don't care if you want to make fun of me for HODLing. I don't care if you think this a bad strategy, and that this is my last chance to get any sort of money back for my BTC. I'm not selling.
Do your worst, PLUS Token scammers. Do you worst, BitMEX auto-liquidation bots. Kill the entire market, send this shit to zero.
I don’t care.
Because I’m not selling.
This is not financial advice. Sell if you want.