It's hot. It's the new kid on the block and everyone wants to get into it. This shit can be a roller coaster. Don't make the mistake of thinking it's only uphill. Don't make the mistake of thinking it's only gonna moon, that there is no setbacks.
You think to yourself, look at those high APR's! How can I not get into that!? Look at how much the tokens worth? After getting on that action!
So you jump in. Maybe the only dip your toes and at first. And while you're dipping your toes, the price keeps going up. Or maybe while you're dipping your toes, you see the APR falling bit by bit.
See think yourself, I should get down this early, while that APR is higher, while the price is lower and before it keeps going higher. I'm going to be rich.
But is not really going to happen? Maybe. Maybe not.
He could've also dipped your chosen, and saw that the price was falling bit by bit. Is that still something good to get into? Maybe. Maybe not.
Everything in crypto involves risk. How much are you willing to risk? Only your toes, maybe one leg or two legs, up to your neck or your whole body? That's up to you to decide.
How do you go about deciding this? Well you have to trust what you're putting your money into. How much do you trust these decentralized finance operations?
When it comes to Cub finance, I think it has some of the most trustworthiness of all the operations out there. You have a founder that's been around for two years building Leo finance. When there was a flaw in the wrapped Leo contract, and he got hacked, he refunded everybody.
Now that's a project you can get behind.
Looking at cub finance now, the token is plummeting. It's close to the all-time low. Some people might be concerned about that. But that's only if you're in it for the short-term gains and you're only looking to cash out when it moons.
If you believe in the stability of the team and the trustworthiness that they bring, you might want focus on long-term and what might turn into in the future. Don't fret so much about the week paper hands dumping and pushing the price down. It just means they have less for the future. Everyone is free to do what they want, but dumping at the beginning of the project when it's value is low might not be the smartest thing to do.