After pumping Dogecoin for months, Elon flips the script and advises crypto investors to invest with caution.
Seems like too little too late. We already know many new investors fomoing into Doge will be burned.
Seems like a bunch of shenanigans to me.
I'm a very simple man. All I want when we hit .01 cent is to pay off all debt, help family and friends. Then buy a small log cabin along a peaceful lake, put what's left in the bank, and then sit on the deck and fish the rest of my years away. Something like this:
Hello, folks! I will give my 2 cents on how you can become a programmer.
Disclaimer: This is how I see the world and this is my PERSONAL OPINION.
EDIT: let me elaborate a bit on the learning part, because some of you misinterpreted it. If you work full time as a programmer you are most likely learning a few hours a day already. Also here I'm talking if you want to go high grow to senior/team lead/tech lead/software architect. You don't have to learn non stop in order to keep your job, however you need to learn non stop if you want to be one of the best in your company. Keep in mind just working as programmer you are forced to learn something new every so often, if you just push a bit harder you will go much further and faster in your career.
I see a lot of people trying to become programmers. There are few types of people wanting to become programmers. Some like it because it's "cool and trendy", others because it's well "well paid" and small group of people like it because they are interested in it genuinely. No matter which type you are, you must understand that programming is never ending learning process. It's not like some other professions where once you learn it it never changes. To be a good programmer you havr to spend hours learning new stuff EVERY SINGLE DAY, every day you have to read and develop yourself if you want to be good. I know some of you will say: "I learned X language and Y framework and it's all good i get paid it's fine, you don't have to keep learning ". Those people don't last long, if you don't progress and learn every day after a year or two you will become useless. Younger people with less years of experience, but more knowledge will replace you. Nobody is going to hire someone who's not progressing, keep that in mind, you have to constantly learn and keep pushing forward.
A lot of people wonder if they are good enough to be a programmer. All it takes to be a good programmer is to practice and learn. Only few people have the talent to be a great programmers, however almost anyone can be a decent or a good programmer. What I'm trying to say is, even if you aren't the sharpest tool you can keep up with others or even surpass them, just by practicing more than them. I believe you can become good, if you just push hard enough.
Practice and consistency is the key to success. You have to practice every day, even if it's just for half an hour. It's better to practice 7 days a week 30 minutes each day than
Bitcoin apparently sold on the first public exchange, "Bitcoinmarket," on March 17 at $0.003 per BTC. Pocket change could make you a multi millionaire, a day's pay could make you a multi-billionaire. All you gotta do is relive every single second and minute of the past 11 years all over again. The present is not set in stone, you are literally just redoing the past 11 years, but you can redo them however you want to. But everything you know right now, you will know when you magically become your 2010 self. (I.e. you will be aware of the fact that you just traveled back in time.)
If there are things you have today that are irreplaceable (kids, family, whatever you love) is it worth this risk of those things maybe not happening due to some fluke or twist of fate that changes those things forever, even if you carefully relive your life to try and make them happen again (you know, other than becoming rich as fuck slowly over a decade)? Or was the past 11 years unavoidably painful in a way that not even any amount of money could make reliving it worth it? Or are you ready to go and wondering how anyone could possibly have any problem whatsoever with jumping on this opportunity, what a stupid question? Somewhere in between?
I personally have fun with this hypothetical because it's the clearest mental exercise of deciphering "how much is your life worth, to you?" in actual dollars I can think of. I personally won't reveal my answer (I have a pretty definitive answer for myself) so as to not taint others' opinions. (But I still find myself occasionally re-asking myself this question....hmmmm....)
A friend of mine uses a website where she replies to a random user and for every reply she gets $.75.
She is connected to a guy (maybe women as well) who their location and age preference.
She never goes by her name. They are randomly generated. I feel like she is an admin and she replies to messages sent by men within a window of time. If that window passes another admin fills in.
She has shown me conversation where she's 73 years old, all over the country and keeping in tune with what the guy wants.
Wants to talk about anal? No problem. It's her favorite thing. Want to talk about retirement. Not a problem.
Note: asking my friend is not an option. Hence why I am here.
This is in Canada/North America
I see a lot of people are asking or mentioning 1 cent.. but let's be honest that won't happen any time soon. We must go step by step and remove one 0 at the time .
Are we here for one cent and just bail out when that happens if it happens? Or are we here because we invested in this token not only to gain profits but rather that this Token means something to this world?
It took doge years to achieve something that nobody thought it could.
Our primary objective right now is Shibaswap and gaining trust for this token. We gained a lot of newcomers but this is just a beginning. We are at the start of the race and that race will take a lot of laps, time and patience.
So don't overthink too much and stress over it, because price ain't going up and we are stuck.
We are like 🐢. Yes they are slow but they are very careful and will make it to their destination.
Spreading SHIBA all over the place is key. We already took one step forward when VB donated to INDIA and we were all around the news. Yes price dropped a lot but this is just a sacrifice we had to take. Remember there are no gains without a sacrifice.
Slowly all around the world will be talking about SHIB and how great it is.
And i think developers being late with release of SWAP ain't that bad. We want good, secure product.
If you know the game No Man sky you know what I'm talking about. That game was so hyped and had great potential. What happened? It was unfinished with lot of missing content, bugs... But look at No Man sky now. It is a game they promised.
Important: this works on a world level. Each time somebody in the world lies, says racist stuff or runs late, you earn the money.
-It's only a lie if the person saying it knows it's not true.
-Being late: a person agreed an hour with another person. One of them didn't respect the hour.
-Racist thing: say something bad to someone about an ethnic group.
-Bad joke: a person makes a joke. People hear it and don't laugh. Bad joke.