Keying Into The Stage Of Abundance Irrespective Of Seasons & Their Inevitability

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One of the things you should never do as a crypto believer is to judge the value of any crypto asset with Its current dollar value. This means you're completely writing off any futuristic potentials that an asset might attain especially if you have the opportunity to get them on a cheap or free.

One thing I've come to realize is that it is very easy for people to underrated assets that take them almost zero value to acquire, this is because when people are not putting in money to purchase an asset, to them, it feels like there will no futuristic advantage to owning those assets, which is wrong.

Crypto has shown various stages, and irrespective of the inevitable seasons, it is quite easy to see that we're in the age of abundance.


The Current Bear Season Comes With Opportunities

This is why we cannot compare the different bull and bear markets of 2017 and 2018 to what we currently have at the moment. The stage of abundance signals many more opportunities.

As a crypto enthusiast, I use to tell people that the stage we are now in crypto, the bull and bear season is only an illusion, a stage where the only impact is felt in the way we tailor our expenditures and real-life spending to gather more Crypto assets.

Now what I must do is fund my life with my crypto gains during the bull while restocking and refurbishing my crypto bags with my real-time fiat assets/giant gotten from the bull season during the bear season. The only difference is the change in spending. It's like the ant gathering food while it's summer to feed well when the season becomes icy.


Different Seasons Same Mentality

The mentality remains the same, making the different seasons a time when you have to move and reshuffle your assets. However, we cannot entirely predict what will become valuable especially when we can get those assets for free and this is why it's important to gather assets based on the potentiality of opportunities they might present to us futuristically.

One of the reasons I call this stage in crypto the age of abundance is that irrespective of the market feeling, opportunities to keep accumulating never stop.

The best way to know the best assets is to judge their functionalities during the bear seasons, this is why it's difficult for people who show up only in the bull market to take profit off shiny stuff. The thing with these people is that they never make any real profits, or life-changing profits and that's because of their inability to put the right skin in the game.


The Vitality Of Exposure

Crypto is all about skin in the game, this is having the means and putting in the time and some people feel that they need all the money in the world to make decent profits off crypto. While this might be true in the past, it's not completely true at the moment.

Recently I learned about claiming candies from
coinmarket and coingecko while this feels a little bit unsweet, it only takes a little effort, timing and consistency to gather them.

So why do people rarely take the opportunity to gather assets like this? This is primarily because there are no present incentives to do so at the moment, making it challenging to attach any futuristic potential to it. This isn't the mindset of a *gatherer" or a stacker


Predicting & Spotting Potentials

The mindset of a gatherer is understanding and predicting possible potentialities especially by getting themselves acquainted with many assets. People mainly earn life-changing efforts by spreading their oars to many assets, increasing the likelihood of them making unexpected but planned profits especially when the bull season eventually comes through.

This is to say that while we shouldn't see futuristic potential in every project, it's important to see prospects where there are prospects. People who only show up when it's the bull season and time of making profits will only make money by feeding off scraps which wouldn't be entirely enough to noticeably change their finances for the better.

The only time Crypto can be life-changing is keying into the abundance and not the two inevitable seasons. I saw @neoxian's post about retiring early on crypto, while the story is appealing and moving, people would quickly forget the time, seasons, and decisions the man has put in to specifically get there.




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Nice said man. Well I also believe in what you said that we are in the stage of abundance because you get enough of crypto assets 5o keep for the time of when it going to get scarce

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Seasons change with crypto, I guess the mentality is what should remain constant. Thanks for coming through.

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Yeah that's it. Probably not this time would it be constant because of the instability of the price of assests in the world it keep fluctuating

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Viewing things in dollars is hard to avoid because that is the easiest way to value things online. I do think that one HIVE now and one HIVE 5 years from now is still the same one HIVE. It's one of the reasons why people should stop paying attention to price because emotions will affect your own investment plans.

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You yourself have said that we cannot stop valuing things in dollars and I probably think we do this to measure or be accountable for our assets. Price too will always come into play, I think we're natural stable minded people.

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Yep we are earning Hive, not dollars, and the value of Hive goes up, but the value of a dollar goes down. :)

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Recently I learned about claiming candies from
coinmarket and coingecko while this feels a little bit unsweet,

I have been claiming Coingekco candies for over a year, I keep wishing the damn candies get tokenized instead of shopping with them... I didn't know about Coinmarket

There will always be bull and bearish season, the habit should be playing and adapting to both, spotting and sticking with cryptos with potentials being vital.

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I basically feel that with time, they'll come to understand that shopping with the candies aren't worth it and then another use case can be awarded to them. However, because I don't know the future, I have chosen to actually keep claiming them. The bear is hitting hard, but I guess we'd keep going. The mentality that I'm always winning keeps me going

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Yeah I see BTC below 30k, Hive seems to be holding onto 50 cent quite well. This bear season might last longer by the look of things

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Haha the market has a way of shocking us. I think however it turns out, I'll never slack with accumulating

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I started collecting them a few weeks ago, and I also don't use them to buy stuff, I hope they are tokenized also

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I'm growing in knowledge basically in crypto as last year I began my journey.
There's only one rule you've outlined know when to play and when to stay indoors. Irrespective of the season we find ourselves, the rule doesn't change, so it's entirely up to the player to define the rule to abide by.

Growth remains inevitable playing ones card right. It's a cycle.

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Gaining knowledge is inevitable, sometimes I feel that the aspect of gaining knowledge is what fine-tunes one's crypto journey, keep gaining and keep going.

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It's non-stop, I know the narrative would change over time.
Just in the survival stage of my journey, the future is still ahead.
Thanks

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This post's subject reminds me of the first iPod prototype. It wasn't much to look at at the time, even needing a fishing weight to provide heft, but for those with that "vision thing" like Steve Jobs, he could see potential for the device down the line.

That's what some people may miss with crypto in general and Hive in particular. I can still recall learing about Bitcoin on a forum back in 2009ish, and thinking: "That's it. That's the future!" My mind ran through all of the different ways that crypto could change the world, and I was onboard with no further convincing necessary.

"Age of Abundance" indeed...
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Haha, I wasn't opportuned to know about BTC in 2019, my first interaction with it years later gave me the impression that the banks in Nigeria are getting what's coming for them. Fast-forward to today, Crypto trading through the commercial banks has been banned, but despite the ban, Nigeria remains one of the country with the largest volume of owned BTC. We've come to understand the technology and how it can be life-changing.

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I remember the first ipod as well, people wondered outload, why we would want to carry our entire music collection around, because we could lose it.
LOL!
SMH!

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One of the things you should never do as a crypto believer is to judge the value of any crypto asset with Its current dollar value.

Pretty much agree with it.
Being a Hivian my focus now is on collecting Hive rather than worrying about its value for now.

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Agreed, just as you should not judge a book by it's cover, you shouldn't judge a crypto by it's price, the beauty of a pumped up price, may only be skin deep, but the crypto underneath may be butt ugly. LOL

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