How to Move Large Funds in Crypto Without Losing any Cash Value

You can hardly move money through cryptocurrencies and end up with the exact amount you started with. Or you end up with a little more, a little less, a lot more or a lot less. In this article, I want to show you how you can always achieve a little more.

How much are we talking about?

A million dollars can be classified as a large fund. But I’d say a great fund really starts with $ 10 million. People who move such a large amount through cryptocurrencies don’t care much about making more money. They just want their money’s value to be preserved through the transaction.

The last thing everyone wants is to start with $ 10 million and end with $ 8.5 million. And this has already happened to many people. In fact, I once saw a case on Twitter where someone traded the Ethereum gas tariff and the actual amount being sent for each other. And it was a great transaction.

This article is not about how not to confuse gas fees with the transaction amount. (Don’t send large cryptocurrency funds when you are lightly or very drunk.) Instead, it’s all about transaction strategies.

First, check the cycle

The first thing you need to pay attention to when processing a large cryptocurrency transaction is the market cycle. What stage are we at? This matters a lot. How you will navigate a bullish cycle is slightly different than how you would navigate a bearish cycle.

The methods are generally the same for both cycles, but you need to be more meticulous in a bear cycle.

In a bullish cycle, you just need to be patient and you will enjoy the recovery. In a bear cycle, you need to move fast so you don’t get whipped by the downswing.

Second, how do you buy

If the bottoms are very large, you should consider dividing them into pieces. If you’re sending $ 50 million (for example), break it down into 5 blocks of $ 10 million. And you never do all 5 at the same time.

The chances of getting a little more, being meticulous, with a transaction are not high. There is no precise calculation for this. This is probability. A sudden turnaround can hit the market and ruin your plans. This is why you have the smallest pieces.

Now you know you just have to aim for the take 3 times out of 5. And that’s the point, you aim for a take moment with each piece. Don’t be greedy to do 2 or more pieces at the same time. Take it one by one.

And by the way, I only recommend using bitcoin. I haven’t used any other cryptocurrencies for this and therefore can’t speak for them. There may be good ones for this purpose, but I can’t speak for anyone.

Third, aim for recovery

Here, you want to look at the 1-month chart and the 1-week chart. Now, I don’t recommend that you become a chart reader all of a sudden because you want to move money. It is not wise.

The idea is that everything that is prevalent during the month and week will likely continue throughout the time of your move. And when you move large funds, your trade will move the market.

So, if we are in a bearish cycle and the week was mostly red candles, you want to buy with a red candle. Your large transaction will lead to a green candle (most likely). And you can go out with the recovery. There are no guarantees, but the odds are better. Also, this is why you have the different blocks. Potential gains from successful blocks will compensate for potential losses from failed blocks and fees.

If it is a bearish cycle and the week has been mostly green, it is better to wait than to buy with a high green candle. If you are going to move forward anyway, then you have to be very fast. Get moving in less than 6 hours.

In a bullish cycle, it doesn’t matter when you move. All you have to do is be patient for the recovery. The only thing to note here is not to be greedy. Once the funds are worth a little more, you should move in. The reference timeline is 1 week. Don’t wait over a week in the bullish cycle. In fact, you should be out in 5 days.

In a bear market, 24 hours are more similar. And in many cases, the weekend when there is less activity is ideal.

There is a warning though.

Never trust the price stability in cryptocurrencies. You are about to take a swing up or down in cryptocurrency. Forget a fixed price.

The swing probably won’t be huge. It might just be a difference of $ 500 to $ 1,000.

If you get anything better than a $ 1,000 difference, get out immediately. Do not be greedy. If it is below $ 500 and the market is in a bullish cycle, you can wait for the recovery. If it is not a bull market, exit within 24 hours (even if you are at a slight loss). In a slight loss, the other pieces should compensate.

In a bear market, the longer you stay, the more you lose value on your money. In a bull market, the longer you stay, the more you earn.

Fourth, learn from the previous blocks

The biggest lesson here is to divide the funds into pieces. Always do it one at a time. And you can always learn from previous transactions, you may be intrigued by the fees. You can pay more in commissions if you send blocks.

I consider sending $ 42 million in a transaction unnecessarily risky. Why not offset the risk? Yes, you can pay more in commissions by submitting blocks, but by posting a few increases, the earnings offset the commissions and eventually you will end up with a little more at the end of the transaction. However, if you are trading or investing, it is different. You can do as you wish in that case.

There is also the problem of taxes. Talk to a cryptocurrency professional about the implications. This is important for large funds transferred through commercial entities.

Conclusion

If you want to move large funds through cryptocurrencies, here are my tips;

  • Use bitcoin
  • Check the cycle
  • Send in smaller pieces, one after the other
  • Aim for recovery
  • Learn from previous transactions

I have nothing to add.

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