We’ve all heard of the dollar-cost averaging strategy. If you invest the same amount of money, on a periodic basis, irrespective of ups or downs in the market, you’d be better off. This simple strategy is advocated as the crux of any systematic investment plan, but very few people actually do it, and even less so do it with Bitcoin. But what if they did?

Say you bought a certain amount of Bitcoin every period since the beginning of the year. How much would you have by now? And, more…

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