Are You Experimenting with Crytocurrency Yet?
Category : Level Up
Before the world falls apart for whatever reason, I’m pretty sure the banking establishment will be further shaken up by cryptocurrency trends. It needs to be. Banks exert way too much control that all stems from sources within and above the government (not the Illuminati per se, but let’s be honest, corporations control everything).
Now, I’m not an investor, and I don’t play one on TV. I’m just a noob in this whole game. So take everything I say with a grain of salt. If you take my advice and become a financial overlord, please remember me. However, if you take my advice and end up living out of a cardboard box, not my bad.
Here’s the one big piece of advice I’ll give you that applies to any type of cryptocurrency.
I had a friend who bought his cryptocurrency through a popular investing app that I won’t name (although this app’s namesake robs from the rich to give to the poor). He said everything went fine, but to move the crypto, he would have to go through other sites, each one of which probably takes their share of fees. Each link in the chain also logs more digital info on your transaction, which leaves a bigger trail to follow your finances.
So buy/sell/hold your crypto in a way that you can control as much as you’re comfortable with. I’m a noob, so I’ll give up some control until I learn more. As I learn more, I’ll move my funds in ways that I control more.
My friend recommended Coinbase Pro. It’s been recommended to me by several other people who are way more knowledgeable than me.
But check it all out for yourself. Here’s a great link to analyze both Coinbase and Coinbase Pro. The basic one is for beginners, but the Pro is for more active traders (and has lower fees!).
By the way, here’s a referral link to Coinbase. If you sign up, we both get $10 in free Bitcoin when you spend your first $100. The way Bitcoin has gone, I might’ve just made you a future millionaire with this link…
Now go out there and play around some if you have the extra cash. By all means, don’t play in crypto unless you can afford to burn the money. Using funds you can afford to lose is the best way to figure it all out.
Once you get rolling, check out my NFT’s and buy one for your digital gallery.
PS…Here’s a link to a guide I sell on Fiverr about how to get started in Bitcoin all quick and dirty.