I had a conversation with a friend earlier today. She said I gotta stop bit**ing about stuff and start tackling things a bit more aggressively. I’ve been lacking drive in recent times and the recent (massive) crypto drop didn’t help.
But as the Oasis (as in, the British band) used to sing: “it’s probably all in the mind”, and I say that because this is by no means the worst crypto crisis I’ve experienced first-hand, not even close. Because I was there in March 2020 and, more to the point, I was there in 2017-2018.
I think – and hope – that we’ll never see another 2018 again, when BTC went from nearly $20,000 to less than $4,000 in a matter of weeks. And it’s funny ’cause I remember how I felt back then and for reasons that I can’t understand, it didn’t feel as calamitous as this is feeling right now.
And yet. I am (a little bit) more financially stable that I was back then. I have (a little bit) more crypto than I had back then. And I’m doing more with it (staking, mostly) than I used to back then. I still get daily notifications about interests from Nexo, Binance and Wirex and all the other platforms daily. Sure, it’s not enough to throw my laptop in the Danube and stop working but still…
So what changed?
The truth is I can’t explain it. Because that’s what we are. We do things. Things happen to us. And we react. And sometimes our reaction doesn’t make any sense. Not even to ourselves.
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