Crypto attracts all sorts. Some play it safe and only hold bitcoin. Others gamble on memecoins, search for yield or play roulette in crypto casinos. There’s also a few who like trading JPEGs.
Other folks may seem in it for the tech. Cypherpunks might use crypto to avoid constant financial surveillance, and super shadowy coders find power in helping others undermine monetary censorship. Activists under draconian rule write their history to distributed ledgers.
There’s probably even those who prefer to eat carrots that exist somewhere on the blockchain — their supply chains cryptographically verified and backed by an independent carrot-and-crypto farming co-op or some such.
Read more on Blockworks