What is your crypto strategy?

What is your crypto strategy right now ? Do you think the bullish market will expand until next year ?

Given recent losses, do you hold, buy more ?

What are you holding and why ?

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  • Analyst 1 in IB-M&A
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/r/wallstreetbets

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  • Prospect in IB-M&A
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Have both lost and earned a lot of money following those apes

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rosoma4918, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Holding for dear life on coins I think have decent technology behind 

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  • Prospect in IB-M&A
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Unlike the squid game coin 😞 

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NotGekko, what's your opinion? Comment below:

og avoid meme coins. Better to bet on horses at this point..

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  • Associate 1 in PE - Other
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This site has given me so much, so I'll try and give back - BTC, ETH, LINK (sucks rn but use case is strong and their exec board is solid), STX, AVALANCHE, Miami Coin (175% APR and backed by the mayor of Miami, L3 coin on BTC), SPELL, FTM, OHM and subsequent forks (TIME & a few others), and an NFT with a very strong community (think punk, BAYC, hashmasks), dabbled in UNI and SUSHI but got out

Lost a lot on Beeple's coin and I missed out on soylana which blows, but since getting in (11/2019) I've made more money than my salary 

*Not financial advice - read the white papers and source the accounts that have integrity

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  • Associate 1 in PE - Other
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Also, be careful with DeFi - I typically rotate so I don't get rugged, would not put in more than you can lose (Snowbank)

However, the IB Analyst 1 that gives advice (not FA) on here is not stupid and generally knows what he is talking about

Minting should be safe as far as I know

  • Analyst 1 in IB - Gen
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Could you shortly explain why you like LINK and why you think it's gonna pick up? What kind of returns are we looking at if one were to invest now ?

Also, are you guys shaking your coins or just holding (seems risky)? If so, where r u staking ?

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  • Associate 1 in PE - Other
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I rebalance every once in a while, but I won't ever sell into USD (I have other liquid USD investments).  LINK is similar to NFTs in the sense the use case hasn't been touched or "unlocked" yet.  LINK is the catalyst for all smart contracts as it is the leading oracle between all contracts (think it controls over 90%), as smart contracts become naturalized and accelerated LINK should follow suit.  I believe we are incredibly early, and LINK has legit use potential and maximum market monopolization (they are the first mover by miles).  The USD/LINK price has been shitty but I don't think in terms on days or weeks, I'm looking at retirement.  

For example, I think mortgages, M&A contracts, legal contracts, gambling, etc. will be through link in the future because escrow funds will be withheld through blockchain (most secure and democratized)

For reference, a google exec left google to join chainlink very recently and the rest of the exec board is preftigous personified 

*not financial advice and read the white papers and determine individual risk

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BAIIPlus, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I'm bullish in mid-term, meaning next few years, can't say what will be in next few months. Agreeing on the approach mentioned above - of picking quality projects and holding for few years. I think ETH was good example of this, who was patient in the last few years, now is enjoying very nice returns.

I'm currently holding, buying and mining (having some comfortable gains/buffer it has not been a hard decision). I'm focused on ETH primarily, and LINK and DOT secondary.

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