When I started trading in December 2015, I had no idea what I was buying.

My strategy was simple: buy as much of the market as I could, and then sell when it was over.

The price of bitcoins was around $6,000, but when I looked at my portfolio, I realized I had lost a good bit of money on the first two trades.

Since then, I have invested a lot of my earnings into Bitcoin Investment Trust, which is a ETF (exchange-traded fund) that tracks the market for cryptocurrencies, which I believe will grow to over $1 trillion in 2018.

When I began trading in early 2018, I could barely buy something I needed with my own money.

Now, I can.

But it is hard to put a price on the growth of cryptocurrency.

I was lucky enough to be able to trade for a long time without any big crashes or price declines.

What’s the deal?

It’s been a good year for the crypto-currency space, but it’s still early.

I bought into Bitcoin in January, when the price was at around $500.

Now it’s around $2,000.

The next wave of investors in crypto is starting to show up.

The average value of the coins in circulation is around $600.

But this is changing, and the market will grow exponentially in the coming years.

There are currently more than 20 cryptocurrencies that are worth around $1,000 apiece.

If Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies keep growing at the same rate as the average, we could see a lot more of these coins hit the market.

Bitcoin’s price surged to $1.16, up from $1 around March.

Ethereum, which recently saw its market cap skyrocket to $14 billion, has seen its price rise from $20 to $80 over the last few months.

I am optimistic that by 2020, the number of coins in existence will double to the same number that are now trading for the same amount.

This is the most exciting time in history for the cryptocurrency space.