Hello, this post is probably useless, but I feel like I need to confess to "cleanse" myself. I was all crazy about bitcoin since 2013. I did all the crazy stuff - GPU mining, trading on questionable exchanges, having a price alert set on my phone, watching charts all day, reading bitcointalk all day, convincing my friends and family to get in...But after the bubble has burst, I slowly realised all the downsides, either the technical (TX limits, hidden TX fees via inflation, long confirmation time), economical/political and social (most people around BTC are just crazy. I met some really brilliant people, but their economical and technical insight is usually ignored by the community).
I sold all my holdings at around 400 USD/BTC. Luckily I did not lose any money. Looking back to my BTC days, I feel like it was some kind of drug addiction haze. Since I quit, I gained some free time. I can't believe how much time per day I spent just watching bitcoinwisdom and reading the to-the-moon posts at bitcointalk. (Just checked, the same people are still posting the same stuff over and over). I used the time to do some real business (aka producing value) here and there and I made more ActualMoney(tm) in half a year than I would made from my BTC stash if BTC would go to 4000 USD. Funny thing is, I even did some stuff for a BTC-related company, when asked if I wanted to be paid in BTC I politely rejected and took fiat instead.
It was a life lesson. I actually learnt something about technology, money and people. But now is time to never look back and I hope to never fall for such a craze in my life again.
Friends, don't let friends use BTC.