How Does a Successful Cryptocurrency Investor Think?

Written by: Qadir AK

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Qadir AK

Qadir Ak is the founder of Coinpedia. He has over a decade of experience writing about technology and has been covering the blockchain and cryptocurrency space since 2010. He has also interviewed a few prominent experts within the cryptocurrency space.

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Jun 21, 2019

You are here because either you are new or probably you have some doubts in your mind which are unsolved.  Like you know about the hype regarding Bitcoin or other popular coins and you wanted to be one of the first investors of a world-changing piece of technology.

Also, you have seen your colleagues or other people talking about the profits they have earned from cryptocurrencies. So, I will not go into detail about what attracted you to this area, but I will make sure to provide you information about how successful investors thinks and implements and some common human nature inferences and market trends.

you may or may not be aware of the amount of money being raised and transferred to the cryptocurrency space. At the time of writing, the entire crypto market 24 hr volume was $50,754,102,010  and Total marketcap $189,017,590,090.

So this figure is enough to attract people.

So If you know there are lot of exchanges out there that allow people to trade between different types of cryptocurrencies.

Various Cryptocurrencies

After the Bitcoin rose to new heights, many new cryptocurrencies entered the market. Now there are total 2164 different cryptocurrencies and tokens that are currently being traded in the open market and you are confused which cryptocurrency to choose for investment.

You may have analyzed some of the charts for these cryptocurrencies,like coinmarketcap and you saw that a few coins were showing absurd profits. So, you decided to enter into the world of investing in cryptocurrency.

The rest of this article is provides you important tips how to avoid dangers of cryptocurrency investing, and how to think like a successful investor.

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