Crypto rewards on credit cards are a relatively new trend, with a number of card choices becoming available. The question is, should you mix credit card rewards with the crypto market? Gregory Karp, our credit cards expert, takes us through the three things you need to know before signing up for a crypto rewards credit card.
1:00 Types of crypto rewards cards
1:37 Three things to consider
4:06 Pros and Cons
4:40 Final thoughts
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As a long term crypto trader i absolutely agree with every statement. You should probably be getting cash unless you really want a specific currency (ETH) because you want to be buying specific dips/corrections, not just accumulating because you can. Also, capital gains in the US is now a huge issue.
very solid video, thanks buddy.
dude dont get crypto. the key is to stay away from fiat.
i'd want something that does stable coin staking and like 8%