It's been a while since I've come here to talk to you, but I'll share my experience with cryptocurrencies.
When I bought crypto, bitcoin, xrp, I sold as soon as I had a gain and bought others and I was following this path and with each variation of the market I gained, when it recovered.
What I didn't know is that the brokers have a limit to hold the investment, and if this limit is reached, it executes the action automatically, that is, if the investment of one dollar varies below forty-nine percent of the dollar, the broker automatically executes the sell order, making your crypto disappear, and you are left with nothing, and if it ranges above also without you deciding, the brokerage executes the sell order, but then you will remain in profit, but your strategy was not to sell.
So cryptocurrencies don't actually exist, what you have is not nominal, and it doesn't represent anything.
So stay away from this, because that's what happened to me, I didn't want to sell, the brokerage sold when the values dropped and I couldn't hold on to exercise the right to sell when the market recovered, and then what had disappeared from nowhere.