Crypto is no more an investment than investing in Lulumon or any other ponzi-scheme, riding the waves on it's success, but at what cost?
You all should really read the links I posted earlier.
This is like saying reaping profits off the idiocy of the tulip craze is "investing". It's not, it's just getting there before the other suckers then getting out and winning "the game."
Crypto is worthless and will fail and life will go on and no one will care about it anymore.
What you're saying all makes sense, logically. However, crypto is not an investment like precious metals. When inflation really spikes the public will put their money into something easily accessible like crypto. This is what panning out and what will continue to pan out.
At the core, crypto is a divergence against something of true value like precious metals. The Jєωs don't want the goyim touching their gold. I'm sure thats the long game.
Therefore, the coins will continue to go even higher. It would be prudent to take advantage of this literal free money and convert it into valuable assets. However, many people "marry" their coins and lose sight of reality.
Real "investing" does not really exist how it used to. It's been debased like everything else.