Out of over 8,200 votes, cryptocurrency beat out gold by over 50 percentage points while treasuries got a meager 3.6 percent of the vote. An expected result for a group of die-hard crypto fans.
The write-in votes were interesting, as well. Calling us out for not mentioning bitcoin (BTC) was a big favorite.
Why is there no Bitcoin option?— hodlonaut🌮⚡🔑 (@hodlonaut) March 9, 2020
While others were waxed philosophical, noting the real financial markets were the friends we met along the way:
The best investment is investing in yourself 😀— Doo | MakerDAO | Asia (@DooWanNam) March 10, 2020
Still others advised calm. After all, when you don't know what to do, do nothing.
You should stay calm and not make any rash decisions.— kleydints - building #dapps for a better future (@kleydints) March 9, 2020
Yours truly, however, felt there were far better ways to spend your cash. I have a Chef Robuchon in stained condition that I hope to one day trade for a used Camry.
Beanie Babies— John Biggs (@johnbiggs) March 9, 2020
The voting is still open so head over and make your voice heard.
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