//I’m sinking with the ship

I’m sinking with the ship

Hi guys, this is the Ultimate Holder and I want to share my thoughts with you. I’m sinking with the ship. I built my portfolio before the December spike and since then I’ve only made small changes. I have faith in the projects I’ve invested in and I don’t care if the market sinks another 50% as I’m emotionally ready to handle another crash. I feel cryptocurrencies are that opportunity that happens once in a lifetime and I’m determined to take profit off it, though I can understand it’s easy to keep the calm while your portfolio is still green.The only thing that’s different now than the previous crashes throughout Bitcoin’s history is its magnitude. Being in cryptos since 2011 gives me some perspective that the people who joined recently can’t have. I’ve seen this before, many times. We’ve witnessed a gigantic, colossal, monstruous spike 6 months ago and therefore a gigantic, colossal, monstruous correction was bound to happen, likely. The bigger the spike the bigger the correction, and of course, more people “rekt” when the wave breaks. So everything is working as always, but this time with a bigger fall and therefore more people fucked up.My crypto adventure can only end in two different ways: either I become a millionaire (best-case scenario) or I stay as I am right now (worst-case scenario). No middle point. Thankfully, I don’t live in Ethiopia or Venezuela and I’m not at risk of starvation so I can continue with my life even if my portfolio fails miserably and goes to 0 forever. I’m going to take the risk and not jumping off this train.If you think cryptocurrencies are over, it’s okay, sell your holdings and good luck. I’d rather sink with the ship, only to rise like a phoenix from the depths of the ocean some day.

Hi guys, this is the Ultimate Holder and I want to share my thoughts with you. I'm sinking with the ship. I built my portfolio before the December spike and since then I've only made small changes. I have faith in the projects I've invested in and I don't care if the market sinks another 50% as I'm emotionally ready to handle another crash. I feel cryptocurrencies are that opportunity that happens once in a lifetime and I'm determined to take profit off it, though I can understand it's easy to keep the calm while your portfolio is still green.

The only thing that's different now than the previous crashes throughout Bitcoin's history is its magnitude. Being in cryptos since 2011 gives me some perspective that the people who joined recently can't have. I've seen this before, many times. We've witnessed a gigantic, colossal, monstruous spike 6 months ago and therefore a gigantic, colossal, monstruous correction was bound to happen, likely. The bigger the spike the bigger the correction, and of course, more people "rekt" when the wave breaks. So everything is working as always, but this time with a bigger fall and therefore more people fucked up.

My crypto adventure can only end in two different ways: either I become a millionaire (best-case scenario) or I stay as I am right now (worst-case scenario). No middle point. Thankfully, I don't live in Ethiopia or Venezuela and I'm not at risk of starvation so I can continue with my life even if my portfolio fails miserably and goes to 0 forever. I'm going to take the risk and not jumping off this train.

If you think cryptocurrencies are over, it's okay, sell your holdings and good luck. I'd rather sink with the ship, only to rise like a phoenix from the depths of the ocean some day.