A goodboi denied his Wendy's
Never ever put money in countries where the local "government" is more than willing to seize your assets and investments if they increase in value, after all there's no institutional safety at all and you cant take them to court in their own country because they are the courts.Ironically this probably means investing in Companies in Africa may actually be the safest things right now as their capital and goods are located in countries with the least exposure to what is going on. Fruit plantations, gold and diamond mines and the like. Stuff with hard assets in countries that would actually benefit if the US Bond market imploded.
Thats why nobody invests in Argentina now, too many burned investors
Would you say NFTs are part of that? making and selling them I meanif you want to actually make money with crypto the only way is through starting your own crypto project)
How much interest you get for it? whats your insurance?Is this your opinion on DeFi as well? I lend out my DAI at interest, and this largely insulates me from exposure to the price fluctuations of major cryptos.
I get your point but then why is monero so low? hasnt even broken the ATH from 2017, took a hard dive in early 2020 (sucks I didnt buy then tho)Monero is the only shit I endorse and recommend. Monero and Bitcoin are the only cryptocurrencies which are actually being used for what cryptocurrencies were invented to do, only Monero is much more resilient technologically while Bitcoin is already halfway there to becoming a completely cucked Bankcoin
As for gold and silver you mean physical right? or bonds?