While it might be tempting to just leave your coins in an exchange, it’s not all that safe. Exchanges have vanished, stolen deposits, or been hacked in the past. The only safe way to hold crypto is by using your own wallets. While the phone apps are fine (I like Coinomi) one of the best options is a hardware wallet from Ledger.
On the other hand, you could go all in on risk and deposit your money in a crypto savings account. There are a bunch of sites offering interest on different types of coins. Hopefully they don’t go belly-up and take all the money with them, but without risk there is no reward.
If you really want to make some tendies and you understand how liquidity pools work, you might want to be a crypto farmer. Leveraging everything you have to possibly get enormous returns is yolo gambling to the extreme. If that sentence didn’t already make sense though, you’d better do some research on your own. I am not qualified to explain it, and I don’t do it (too much risk.)
DeFi (Decentralized finance) is super cool though, basically banks operating under computer control with all decisions left up to the program running on the blockchain. I expect this might get regulated into the ground, but again, this is not financial advice.
Usually this involves buying or farming altcoin tokens and using a swap site to extract value from them or a trading platform like Kraken, or an alt coin trading site like PancakeSwap.
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