How 18-year-olds are becoming millionaires with cryptocurrencies
Dogecoin. Source: Clay Banks via Unsplash

The last time I wrote an article on cryptocurrency investments, this was my disclaimer: 

If you only learn one thing from this article, let it be this: you are very unlikely to get accurate crypto investment advice from me or any of your friends.

If things go well (or not), it’s most likely down to good (or bad) luck.

Today’s disclaimer is the same, with extra emphasis. 

During the #StearsCryptoWeek, one of my contributions was a piece on my journey as a “crypto trader.” 

In that story, I explained my ups and downs (mostly). And I showed how most of my profits were made from the two most dominant cryptocurrencies—Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). The many alternative (alt) coins that I had added to my portfolio didn’t bear much fruit. In a sorrowful conclusion, I recommended that the best way for me to blow was to stick to what I

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Tokunbo Afikuyomi, Jr.

Tokunbo Afikuyomi, Jr.

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