How to approach Blockchain, Crypto, and NFT Investments

Blockchain:

Crypto:

  1. Is there demand? Without demand, tokens are not “liquidate-able”. If you buy into some obscure currency or initial coin offering (ICO), the risk is much greater as you may find it harder to offload your “investment” should you need to.
  2. How is their blockchain network set up? Obscure tokens set up by private networks might not be true crypto — it’s hard to validate if they’re using a true distributed ledger or faking it with a centralized cloud server instead.

NFTs:

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