On our previous publication we hinted on the importance of education first for every learner in the field of crypto. On this article, we will discuss further – based on our observations – about the common mistakes which learners in cryptocurreny should avoid, as they journey through the industry.
As a learner in the #cryptocurrency market, the idea of being in haste to make changes on your social media handles (profiles), so as to add crypto related titles should be avoided. We’ve observed that, most new persons in crypto do this to feel among – irrespective of the fact that they barely know nor understand basics of the blockchain.
In most cases, you will see learners attach titles as, “Investor, Trader, Blockchain Guru, Bitcoin Lord, or Crypto Expert,” on their social media biography, with null knowledge about any of those terms.
Another mistake which Crypto Learners should endeavor to avoid, is the attitude of boasting about their portfolio – assets they have acquired, exact figures of profits they made, and next plans. This is a risky thing to do, as you are making yourself vulnerable by publicizing such information that ought to be confidential.
Learners in crypto currency should adopt the idea of having a flexible mind and mentality, void of emotional instability. In this regards, do not get too attached to any project irrespective of how promising it appears – give room for doubt, as it makes you to ask necessary questions, criticize constructively, and make insightful suggestions for improvement.
Most of this common mistakes done by newbies in crypto has a way of fighting back, and that’s the reason we write about it – to save as much individuals as possible – learn from the mistakes of others, rather than having the sad experience.
Avoid the mistake of antagonizing your superiors in crypto, especially when they must have made analysis of your favorite project – stating that it may be a sham, unsustainable or not worth it. You may politely and respectively disagree with them by stating verifiable facts, because no one is above learning.
Please, the idea of dreaming to be like your role model without following due process is an error you should avoid by any means, to protect your sanity. Focus on improving yourself in the right way, do not rush it.
In conclusion, as a learner in crypto affairs, quit hovering on DMs (inbox) of everyone leading you and soliciting for mentorship. Be majorly glued on your personal development, and let those who inspire you by their tutorials be added merit.