Patience Is All You Need
This has been the golden rule in crypto since day one.
If you love crypto, you should just keep stacking and stop asking questions. Just make sure to only use money you don't really need. Always do your own research, reach safe conclusions, pick the projects that interest you the most, grow your stack and give it time. The market will keep doing its thing and there's not much we can do to change that, so why not try to go with the flow instead?
There will always be ups and downs, so instead of worrying about the bear market's duration, we should just look to take advantage of it and acquire cheap crypto whenever the opportunity arises. This is exactly what I have been trying to do for the past twelve months or so, so I'm happy with whatever these days. I'm convinced that the crypto gameis here to stay and reshape the way we communicate value to each other and perform transactions on a global scale, so I zoom out and look at the bigger picture during the red times.
Crypto is a long-term game.
This time around I've been doing my best to gather more native RUNE, and the recent problems with the network's ETH router couldn't have come at a better time as far as I'm concerned. The MCCN is absolute chaos and still in the early stages of development, so my confidence in the project remains intact. As a matter of fact, I couldn't have wished for such an amazing chance to buy RUNE below $4, so it goes without saying that I'm cool with that.
Bitcoin is the king, but I also have a thing for deflationary BSC tokens. Sure, BSC is a dangerous place with way too many scams popping up out of nowhere all the time, but if you make sure to do your own due diligence, you may stumble upon some serious gems. Personally, I really like the concept of deflationary tokens and think it will be interesting to see how this plays out as the years go by, so I've picked quite a few trustworthy, rug-proof projects and invested a few bucks in each one of them. Some of my favourite picks are HODL, FEG and PIG, but make sure to look them up on your own before pouring in your hard-earned funds.
Play it safe and be patient.
The most important thing is the fact that I'm not looking to become a millionaire overnight, so I do not really have high expectations. Sure, quick profits are more than welcome, but I'm not here to gamble. I believe the crypto space has the potential to reshape the world as we know it, so it feels good to know I'm doing my part by actively participating in this financial revolution of our time. The years go by fast as I'm growing older, but I can wait a bit. This whole crypto thing is not just about the money itself.
The ability to engage in permissionless, borderless peer-to-peer transactions in a censorship-resistant manner is a very big deal in today's world, and freedom was never free. We now have the opportunity to rid ourselves from the corrupt central banking cartels that have been stealing from the citizens of the world and starting wars for profit for centuries now, and even though this is something I've pointed out multiple times in my blog posts, I just can't stress it enough.
I appreciate your attention.
Alright guys, that's it for now. Thank you for taking the time to read those lines.
Just my two cents. This is by no means financial advice. Just sharing my personal views and experiences. Please do not take my word for your investment choices, and always do your own research.
Stay safe and have a good one,
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