At this point, we all wish we

At this point, we all wish we invested in Bitcoin, or any cryptocurrency 3 years ago.  To bad there is no way to time travel. 2017 was a striking year for crypto, Bitcoin, Litecoin, and a few others started going up drastically.  If you haven’t heard, Bitcoin went up $20,000 for the first time, and it had everyone crazy. Right now, one Bitcoin costs about 13 thousand canadian, and that is a lot of money. So here’s a little story on how I was on the verge of spending over $300 on one Litecoin.  Yes, Litcoin, because Bitcoin is just too expensive, even if you buy 0.01 bitcoin, that is like 1 thousand 3 hundred.  So the date was December 13th, 2017, and yes the date does matter, because that was the day Litecoin was worth the most amount.  Now what got into trying to invest in crypto, I saw a few of my friends talk about it on Twitter.  I started to do a little research, and I thought to myself “Hey, this is something I can do.” It was around 12am, the price was around $298 for one litecoin.  I was about to pull the trigger, but I thought if I stayed up a bit at night, and monitored Coinbase (an app that monitors cryptocurrencies) it would for sure get a little cheaper, and it would work out better.  So I stayed up until 3am monitoring Coinbase, and playing some GTA V.  Things didn’t go as planned.  The price for a Litecoin went up to $362.  So Sitting on my bed at 4am thinking what should I do.  I just went to bed.  Next morning, I woke up, uninstalled the coinbase app from my phone, went on twitter and muted words like “bitcoin”, “litecoin” “crypto”, from just showing up in my feed.  After thinking about it, if I spent $350 on one coin, that will just feel like a hole in my pocket, I can do better things with that money, I also have a possibility of losing that money. I just don’t have any plans to invest into any crypto money.  I know it might be the future of money for us humans, or for the internet age.  But it’s just something I don’t think is right, it feels like your gambling in some ways, and even if it is the future of money, I don’t know how that will work.  No more cash? No more coins? No more banks?Of course, you’re probably thinking “Wow this guy is stupid, he didn’t want to spend $350 on something that can be be possibly worth $10,000 or more in a few years.”  Well yeah.  Think of it like this.  You buy a Hot Wheels for $1, and you think you can sell it in the future for $100.   Turns out in 20 years, you can sell it for $10.  You made a little profit, but not a lot.  Besides, everything that goes up, must go down.  So those crazy high Bitcoin prices, they will come crashing down at some point, and will slowly go back up.  That’s how it has been before.