The cryptocurrency market is a volatile one, and it can be difficult to know when to invest and when to stay away. Last year, I made the mistake of investing heavily in altcoins and shitcoins, and I got destroyed. I was left with a fraction of what I had invested, and it was a hard lesson to learn.
However, I’ve since changed my approach to investing in cryptocurrency. Instead of gambling on altcoins and shitcoins, I’ve decided to focus on investing in Bitcoin. Investing in Bitcoin now feels like I’m actually investing in the future, rather than gambling. I’m able to sleep much more peacefully knowing that I’m investing in something that has a much more solid foundation than the altcoins and shitcoins I was investing in before.
I’ve also taken a more conservative approach to investing in Bitcoin. I’m not trying to get rich quick, but rather I’m investing in Bitcoin for the long-term. I’m taking a slow and steady approach, and I’m not trying to make any quick profits. I’m investing in Bitcoin because I believe in its potential to revolutionize the way we use money, and I’m confident that it will continue to grow in value over time.
Overall, I’m much more confident in my approach to investing in cryptocurrency now that I’ve decided to focus on Bitcoin. I’m no longer gambling on altcoins and shitcoins, and I’m taking a more conservative approach to investing in Bitcoin. I’m confident that this approach will pay off in the long run, and I’m sleeping much more peacefully knowing that I’m investing in something that has a much more solid foundation than the altcoins and shitcoins I was investing in before.
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Sounds exactly like me buddy!
I’ll add that investing in btc can also be considered a political stance when you opt against the nighmare of cbdc.
Most of Bitcoin Maxis, including myself, had their shitcoin phase too. Nothing to be ashamed of.
13 million sats is very impressive number, something the majority of the world population will never reach. Hope you HODL them in your own custody, if negative, research hardware wallets.
There are 4.5 million members in this sub. And the comments on any given post rarely break 100. That’s .00000006% of people participating in conversation. I really don’t get it.
Many of us have been there. I was even so risky as putting some into a DAO. Luckily, I got out before it rugged. Now I have everything in my cold wallet and simply DCA. So much less stress!
>rekt last year in alts/shitcoins and i learned my lesson
I was there too. Once you [understand money](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1124cxd/comment/j8itipz/), you cannot be conned by noise and scams negative feedback loop.
>Investing in BTC now feels like im actually investing
Bitcoin is not an investment, no one ever sold it to you. It’s an open protocol born from [40 years of research](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DWOMvcfV4AE4I6Y?format=png&name=4096×4096) to fix money by removing trust in humans and released to the world for free. It’s a new monetary system built from the ground up by us, literally random people on the internet voluntarily supporting, securing and developing it. There’s no company, foundation, premine, ICO, VCs, licenses, trademarks, branding or marketing teams, official website, code repo or even a formal specification. Through voluntary adoption, bitcoin is where it is today against all odds, having started from zero 14 years ago.
Learn how to [run a node](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zturtd/think_bitcoin_is_inevitable_think_again/) and [Lightning node](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zvj4xp/lighting_statistics_of_my_routing_node_6_months/) (very inexpensive to do), then a [home miner](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zzraj0/comment/j2njt2a/). If you can code, you can [contribute to development](https://twitter.com/summerofbitcoin/status/1584910670814142465) and get paid through grants and sponsors. Because who else do you expect to do it?
!lntip 1000 (1 [hayek](https://i.imgur.com/HgxPVg5.jpg))
Welcome to the club… we all did what you did..