ETHEREUM (ETH) Investing

With the listing of Coinbase on WallStreet, the crypto world has undergone a decisive evolution, providing investors with a “safe” place to trade on bitcoin / ethereum without having to heavily leverage with futures (Interactive Brokers) and at the same time provide a remarkable variety of crypto.

The market remains OTC, but the tranquility of a listed company reassures all investors who, regardless, do not want to rely on brokers, without having the slightest peace of mind on their capital.

After having deposited my capital on Coinbase PRO within a few days (the only possibility for me, as Coinbase base, in addition to having a trading platform that is too basic, also has incredibly expensive commissions), I decide to buy some assets .

With you I will share the most classic, namely Ethereum.

I won’t be here to tell you why ETH is important, just know that its market cap has surpassed that of Bak of America!
A digital bond is coming in collaboration with Goldman Sachs, Banco Santander and other major banks on Ethereum.

In short, the institutions seem to have focused strongly on what is the queen of blockchains. Which is much more important than being the queen of cryptocurrencies, namely Bitcoin. Asset that however, in Cash version, remains interesting to trade.

I entered on Ethereum at a not exactly propitious time, after breaking the first major resistance at 2000, exactly on the € 2453 level.

The medium / long-term projections are so high that I don’t want to mention them, I just say that an accumulation plan at each discharge is the most logical strategy, as far as I’m concerned.

Save & Invest

Lazy Bull

DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial advisor nor a CPA. These posts, videos, and any other contents are for educational and entertainment purposes only. Investing of any kind involves risk. While it is possible to minimize risk, your investments are solely your responsibility. It is imperative that you conduct your own research. I am merely sharing my opinion with no guarantee of gains or losses on investments.

Lazy Bull