With only a small percentage of the population understanding the cryptocurrency space,
and even fewer people investing in it, it’s a rather niche market that we work in. Saying that,
there are many people out there who are interested in knowing more, or starting to invest,
but they don’t know where to start. This isn’t surprising, as you have so many options when
you dig slightly below the surface. You can buy BTC, ETH, or any of the top 4 most widely
adopted coins, or some more risky Alt Coins, you can setup a masternode, or buy into a
shared masternode. Or just stake some coins for a return. Let’s not forget crypto futures
and the longing and shorting of coins. The options are vast, and each one for an outsider or
novice, is a minefield in what to do.
While the likes of Coinbase have made the purchase of the top 4 (+) easy from fiat to crypto,
outside of that, the options for people to buy into the space, or invest, require a much more
in-depth knowledge of the space.