Navigating through your web3 journey
Crypto and NFTs have fast become a mainstream topic, with more and more people jumping (or wanting to jump) into this vast ecosystem. But there isn’t much reliable information or educational tools about how to set up and navigate the web3 for beginners. At CryptoPro, we simply wish to share our knowledge and experience to support new crypto community members to ensure that your crypto and NFT journey is fun, engaging and trouble-free.
Side note: We started this website in April ’21 when the crypto market was the hot topic, but since then, the market interest for NFTs has grown enormously. Therefore, in December 2022, we are adding new content relating to NFTs, but in the meant time, you can read through NFT for basic information.
“We are not here to give any investment advice as we are not financial advisors!”
How to start your crypto and/or NFT journey?
” Don’t invest in something that you don’t understand. “
“Always be cautious in this platform.”
” You should only invest if your financial circumstances allow it! “
- #hodlers (long-term holders) – who buy selected well establish currencies, i.e., BTC (Bitcoin), ETH (Ethereum) etc. and keep it as a long-term investment; the Same applies to NFT as ‘collectors’.
- Medium-term traders – who keep a portfolio of various coins/tokens and trade frequently;
- Short-term traders – serious traders using leveraging processes with a high risk/reward ratio!
Establishing the groundwork
Frequently asked questions
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We hope you find the above information valuable and please stay in touch as we are regulary updating our content to assist new crypto community members through their crypto journey.
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