How to Make Money in the Crypto Bear Market

If you are an old-school, financially conservative type you already know the difference between stocks and bonds as asset classes. Stocks are essentially small ownership of companies. They are volatile but present you a higher Annual Percentage Yield (APY) generally 8–12% when invested in a good index fund.

Bonds are essentially loans. They are thus lower risk because large companies and governments are sure to give you your money back. They are also good because you know exactly how much money you will make each year. …

Life is about unfair advantages

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“Richness” is in many things. However, I like to write about what I know. So for this article, when I mention “Richness” or “Wealth,” I will only be talking about money, Mula, paisa, Francs, Rupees, Dollars, Bitcoin, however, you look at, and whatever you consider money.

I am not wealthy but even saying that I aspire to be, makes me feel guilty with the current global political and economic climate. People are becoming unemployed, starving, and dying. …

And is this the end?

Bitcoin rallied from $3,000 in March 2020 to $65,000 in April 2021. The crypto market was seeming too good to be true lately. Everybody I talked to seemed to either already be making money from it or looking to get in. In hindsight, this seemed like a perfect local “top” indicator. Even if one forgets the absurdity of Dogecoin, people were buying and making money from stupid meme knock-offs coins that similarly had dogs in their logos or obscene pornographic names. This absurdity still largely exists in the market. Memecoins (which I’m surprised is even a category now) like Shiba…

An Undervalued DeFi Gem

If you’ve been following the Cryptocurrency space and have not yet noticed that we are in a bull market, you have not been following it close enough. Besides astronomical gains in Bitcoin (going from $3,000 to $60,000 in 12 months), Altcoins have also been doing really well. Not to toot my own horn, but I have 11x’ed my initial investment in cryptocurrencies.

Some might say I should cash in most of my profits. But instead, I’m looking for more opportunities because I know these huge gains come once in 4 years. This is because Bitcoin moves in 4-year cycles, its…

Hi Wesley, you would be usually right but here SwissBorg did not say that they give 25% APY, they instead gave the daily rate of interest. So they did not compound the interest for users as you can take your funds out any time. I apologise if I wasn't clear about that in my blogpost

Proven DeFi Gem

Normally, I would advocate to buy low, sell high. It’s classic; it works. It’s the fundamental of trading in any market; from commodities, stocks to crypto. If you are not doing this you’re losing money. And if you are consistently doing this, you will be sure to amass wealth. Thus when I write this piece, you will probably think that this is a case of “do as I say not as I do”. But I kindly ask you to give me 5 minutes to explain my point of view.

I wrote “100x Your Money With This Cryptocurrency” a few weeks…

With any amount of Money

Investing in cryptocurrency can be life changing. It certainly has been for me. It has taken me from being an average software developer in Munich almost to complete financial freedom. That is why I talk about it so much.

But before I even get into this. Let me put a short disclaimer. This article is for beginners. If you are already a seasoned crypto investor and would only like to learn about how to get your hands on the smaller cryptocurrencies, you should read; “How to Invest in Cryptocurrencies That Can 100x”. …

The Cryptocurrency Integrated Social Media

Social Media takes up a significant portion of a Gen Y/Gen Z’s time in a day. I know because I’m one. My younger brother is one. My girlfriend is one, most of my friends are too and I only expect the trend to grow faster. Most people have an Instagram or Facebook, and if you’re tech savvy you must have a Twitter; that’s where all the devs and crypto people are. There are people who owe their livelihoods to social media. But how does a typical social media influencer make money? …

Here’s what I Learnt


Roughly 6 months ago when I wrote this article, I sold all my stocks (even Tesla) and went all in, into crypto. I was already into the world of cryptocurrencies. I had started buying in 2018 and held all of my assets. But when I sold all my stocks and emptied my bank account by going all in on crypto, it really felt like something else. It was exciting but scary. In hindsight when I see that my initial investment has almost 10x’ed I am sure that I possibly made the best decision of my life. But at that time…

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