What major changes have you made in your crypto portfolio?

The reason I ask is because it's been a while since I made any myself. I'm quite the bore actually when it comes to these things. Once I truly believe in something, all I do is occasionally keep up to date on the project to see if they are still true to their white paper and then just hodl.

Last major change I made was not really on my own initiative. It was getting completely out of Waves amidst that whole Neutrino debacle. I did give it the old college try at first and keep like 10% of my Waves and convert some into their Maker replica dubbed Power and participate in the airdop and staking options. But after they even changed that up and quit staking rewards and demanded you to vote on proposals in order to earn rewards, which cost you Waves coins btw per vote, I gave up on it altogether. I still think Waves will make a mini-comeback though, but for me it was just one change too many after an already bumpy ride with a gazillion changes and disadvantages.

Other than that I really haven't changed things up all that much this year. I broke some Sats off to get some of those BRC20s but other than that my portfolio remained mostly the same. There were changes in my portfolio's top three spot though, but that's mostly because of the price swings. Sometimes my BTC holdings would see themselves get pushed aside because the biggest alt holding made significant gains and claimed the number one spot, but that has pretty much been leveled out with Bitcoin's own little bull run recently.

Oh, and my TORN holdings lost like 60% value😂 after the Binance coup and consequent delisting but again, that's just another major external factor at play. For this one I really couldn't care less though, still staking, still hodling. But you know, come to think of it I can't even remember the last time I gave up on a coin on my own behest without something disastrous happening. But that's a good thing though. It means that they as a project are still on the right track. So if it ain't broke, don't fix it right? Sure it may seem like a boring long marathon at times, but investing in use case projects is not a get rich quick scheme right? That's reserved for "promising low-cap hidden gems" except the only people getting rich in those are the scamming creators and corrupt shameless cringefluencers they bribe to shill their rug-pull.

That's why every time I feel I'm getting impatient or bored I just go back and read this to remind myself that patience as they say, is virtue.

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