As you continue your crypto journey, you’ll probably have already compared the cryptocurrency bitcoin to the U.S. dollar. Yes, this is absolutely normal. I still find myself doing this today. Although when another currency is spoke of or compared to the U. S dollar its unheard-of for the mosh tent part. Understanding how this could be is hard for me to grasp. Simply because people today aren’t sure of it, whicds to lead people on a misleading perspective of the crypto concept. As of the day this post was written 8/2/2019, one bitcoin is about 10,000 per coin. Yes, you heard that right 1 bitcoin = 10,000 approx. I remember when bitcoin started out, and was just a few dollars. Imagine if we knew then what we know now. Like, how much of a success Bitcoin has become. Of course, by this point you’ll have defiantly asked yourself, “how can I get more bitcoin?” Like me, most of you probably ask yourself on the regular, this same thing but about the dollar bill. Today day and age for most people, money is hard to come by. Even more difficult to actually save in my opinion. Although, after I began my crypto journey, I have stopped saving my cash and started investing it. Investing in bitcoin was my first choice because it holds the title for the #1 top ranked crypto on the market. With a ton of volatility, meaning the value continuing to go up, down, back up, and down again. It’s sometimes hard to tell if you are going to gain or loose when investing in Bitcoin. Most investors, or pretty much all investors will and have had taken a loss. Which is, completely normal. You got to take the good with the bad. In the same sense you want your gains to out weigh your losses. As time goes on, the more you are actively trading the more you will be able to understand how it works. Of course, I don’t suggest practice trading with your real assets. Perhaps signing up for a paper wallet would be what I would suggest if your new to this. This will allow you to have a virtual or practice wallet, which you can buy, trade and sell crypto assets without risking your real assets. If you are planning on investing with a higher amount I would suggest getting expert advice, and never use money that you can’t afford to loose.