Institutional investors tend to elevate inertia into an art form when it comes to buying into emerging markets. Proof? Check out the track record for lack of revenue for tech startups, then compare with their roadshow/pre-IPO valuations and the ensuing piling on of Wall Street types.
Digital currencies (e.g., Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, etc) have been buzzed about, link-baited, nerded-out on, bloviated about and even paid for the most expensive pizza that will ever exist.
Heads up: the digital currency market has reached exit velocity, with individual investors pioneering the market, and ‘the big boys’ following apace.
Purchasing a cryptocoin is the start. Securing, controlling and preserving it is the next step. Bitcoin’s relative scarcity is a critical part of its success. (In fairness, novelty helps, too, as BIT was the first crypto to be noticed widely.)
Ether and Ethereum are a little different in that financial ecosystems can be built with Ether, with Ethereum as the transactional investment, payment method.
This brings us to NFTs -- the hottest tech acronym since PDF. Non-fungible tokens have artistic types (creatives, in general) wondering if this is an avenue for higher market values for their creations, publications, compositions and everything in between.
Recently, even a time-worn internet meme got a facelift -- and a hefty $411,000 selling price -- thanks to NFT capabilities. (Please revisit the Overly Attentive Girlfriend meme for a visual reminder.)
As an investor, having control over those investments can be a critical, point-of-sale demand, especially for individualistic investors who favor digital currencies and opportunities.
Keeping your crypto close is what Keevo does. The ease of Keevo’s security functionality belies its best-of-breed combination of hardware and software. From the safe, secure recovery of digital currencies to legacy, generational needs, Keevo is a sleek over performer in the digital wallet space.