When traders get enough money for life from their Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE) or any crypto trading plays, what comes next? Crypto-savvy Reddit users shared their best ideas in a lively subreddit.
A user who goes by the tag u/LifeReboot shared how a stroke of luck led to less satisfaction than expected. Because of this, LifeReboot asked the crypto community about their thoughts on what to do next after making enough profit for the rest of their lives.
In a reply, user Adamant27 sent some congratulations and compared life to video games. “You passed a quest called financial stability and independence, but this game called Life has much more quests,” wrote Adamant27. The user encouraged LifeReboot to take on some “bigger quests” like personal development and spiritual enlightenment.
Exploring the world is the answer for Reddit user Snowboarding_kook. In a reply, the Redditor wrote that there’s “nothing better than travel.”
On the other hand, Redditor Feodal_lord believes that disappearing and living without contact with other people is a good idea. The user wrote: “If I had made enough money for my whole life, I would say fuck to society and live my life in isolation.”
Because the creator of the thread didn't "sound like the greedy crypto maniac," user Goonzoo suggested launching a crypto project. "Make it unique and let it work as a foundation. [...] Maybe it can fill your life in some way," they wrote.
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