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When you have money to spare and are faced with a multitude of investment products and don't know how to start.

I'm sure you'll be checking out information on the various channels available for investment.

So what is suitable for investment?

Firstly, you need to determine the direction of investment; secondly, you need to have an understanding of the commodity you are investing in; thirdly, you also need to wait and see before investing, to view the commodity you want to invest in from a long term perspective.

Assuming you want to invest in stable coins, then this article may help you:

The 5 most popular stablecoins from Tether

Assuming you want to invest in bitcoin, this article goes into relatively more detail:

2009 Exciting Bitcoin Was Born

2022 Mining To Mine Tempting Bitcoins

In the long run, there are still prospects for the development of digital currencies. In China, WeChat payments and Alipay payments have become the way most people receive and pay for their money. Only a small percentage of people still use paper money.


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