So today I talked to my boss about bitcoin and crypto in general.
He told me that he's very excited about bitcoin and that he already invested some money in it. The part that blew my mind was when he told me that he didn't do it by himself and that he gave money to his friend, who invested that money for him.
Guys please don't be this stupid. Not your keys, not your money.
I just hope that this friend is really a good friend and won't take advantage of this stupidity.
Edit #1 In my country there is a saying "Business/money and friendship don't mix" . Basically it says that people are greedy, and that you can and up hurt or you can hurt someone. You can trust people with your life, but you can't trust them with your money.
I love my friends to death and I can help them by teaching them how to invest, and I think they will do the same for me, but I could never invest for them.
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