By Dennis Müller, ArbiSmart business development executive
They say that passive income is the key to achieving financial stability and reducing stress in life, giving you that extra time to enjoy the finer things. One way to reach that goal is through financial investment, a common approach to earning a passive income, and in the growing digital era, cryptocurrency can offer some valuable opportunities. But investing in crypto isn’t always smooth sailing. Whether it’s $100 or $10,000, rough waters abound in an industry that’s still in its infancy, so being cautious and informed is always the best route traveled. With that in mind, let’s dive into some of the more known methods of crypto investment.
Like the trading of any commodity or stock, crypto is also available for trading, too, and can pay huge dividends. There are short and long term options here, depending on each investor’s preference.
Non-stable coins, which are plentiful in the crypto market, don’t have underlying assets to minimize market volatility. This means that the price fluctuates often. But market volatility is not necessarily a negative characteristic. It all depends on what, as an investor, you might be looking for. Quick returns on investment can bring about a big payday, since within a relatively short period of time, market speculation can drive the price way up.
Long-term trading is also an option here, by holding onto crypto for a longer period of time, hoping for an even larger payday. Of course, there’s also the downside of volatility: The…