30% increase of $2,000 worth of BTC. Solve Equation below, click the link to go to the site.
Percentage Difference Calculator Step 2
$600 + $2000 = $2600. Easy. But we have a problem. The math won't be that simple. Let's look at a more realistic scenario. See if you line up with my answer.
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$932 x 2 = $1864 BTC is at $11532.70
Value 1 $11532.70, Value 2 $12732.50
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10.40% increase of $1864 = 184.16 + 1,864 = $2048.16 I cut 184.1632 down to $184.16. Why did I chop out anything past .001? It's fractions of a penny of a dollar. I'm dealing with thousands of dollars.
If you did the math right, adding in NewEgg fees, it's not enough. We want a $300 buffer, $2300. What if I hold in Ethereum? If I move to BTC, and I know it's not growing too much. I'm better off staying in Ethereum. What would be a good amount?