Do you know that food you feel like eating and when you don't and eat, you don't feel satisfied? Or a certain activity, which keeps poking at the back of the brain, and while we don't do it, we don't settle down?
The human brain uses the act-reward mechanism for almost all human activities. In fact, most activities are performed through an inner wisdom that the act will be rewarded by the brain through wellness hormones.
This happens when eating a chcolate, when doing a pleasant activity, when doing good and self-compelled activities, or, the famous "wills".
These cravings, which only pass when fulfilled, are in fact the brain holding the body hostage to release hormones for a fee. In the same way, when we are carrying out an activity that is forced, mandatory, everything becomes time-consuming, everything becomes an excuse for not doing it.
It's the brain wanting something good to do at the expense of others. In financial transactions, the brain is happy, because it mixes adrenaline, with endorphins, with serotonin when it can do it, when it can win. The human mind enjoys the challenge of predicting - and getting - probabilistic mathematical factors (as much as people dislike mathematics). The problem is when you become addicted to these hormones and that blinds you and makes you lose track of the risks, making people do stupid things or risk their lives needlessly. So it is with extreme sports: adrenaline addicts the brain and the brain always commands for more and more and more. Risks are minimized and reward factors maximized! The problem, in the financial market, is that this lack of self-preservation usually translates into a lack of money later... and that leads to bankruptcy! They also lead to mistakes: taking a third-party strategy, "recipe" for unfailing success that almost always leads to monstrous losses! If you throw in tokens that promise furtuns in days or that you can withdraw values without doing anything are ways to go bankrupt. NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING is free, that comes from this world! If you get a free token, you've probably had to sign up with yet another sinister broker that charges minimum withdrawal fees and then you have to put money into this new account to withdraw a tenth of what you put in. So, subtly, more money is lost than made. However, as the feeling of gain is greater, most people do not realize that they have, in fact, lost money! Everyone who wants to take money from the investor knows and does it. The act-reward mechanism supersedes rational actions because it is linked to the limbic part of the brain, the most primitive part. In the same way as fear, anger, cold or heat, the reward mechanism is intrinsic and what always motivates us to go further. Therefore, when it comes to cryptocurrencies, financial transactions, it is advisable, before entering to negotiate, to know how to withdraw what you have earned. You see, this tactic will produce an interesting effect: if you, before entering tokens, or DefI, check the withdrawal conditions of what you have won and if this token can be converted to some usable currency, you will find that almost 96% of those won't there's a way to withdraw or, if you don't put money, you won't be able to get it. Think about it like this, if it's free, you shouldn't spend anything to get it, right? Of course, come on, some ask for a certain amount to withdraw. Until then, okay. But, for example, think about the following: if every hour you can withdraw 0.01 of a certain token and the broker you deposit with requires 1000 tokens to withdraw, you will need, despite looking "easy", 10000 hours for pull out those 1000. Do you know what it means? It means that a year has 8680 hours, which means that it will take more than a year to withdraw the 1000 tokens and, normally, these 1000 tokens, even if you withdraw, they are usually worth 10, 15 dollars at most! But make sure that, whoever released this token, gained on the page's traffic, on the page's advertisements and, eventually, on someone to put money to accelerate this withdrawal. Check: If before entering a token, these three items are checked: post withdrawal fees, interchangeability for usable currencies and time-for-benefit ratio of these great offers, you will find that they only serve to take your time, money or time and money! I assure you, that observing this basic rule, you will stop wasting time in nonsense, losing money in fees and not being able to use the tokens that you uselessly "earned" for free! Time spent is also money spent! All this for the desire to accumulate more monetary value quickly and without, apparently, effort. Is it worth it, dear reader? I wish you success in cryptocurrencies!