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Good information sources in crypto

who to trust, who to follow, who to avoid.

I’ve had to update this article twice now, and I don’t plan on making this page a living thing that I have to come back to every once in a while. So instead, I’ll leave you with this advice:

  • Doubt everything, doubt everyone.
  • 90% of the times that someone gives you information or a tip, there’s an agenda. There’s a reason they do it. Don’t get me wrong, that doesn’t necessarily have to be something bad. I share information and my theses too via this website. But, just be aware that there’s always a reason.
  • Influencers are not your friend. Most probably, you are their exit liquidity.

  • Crypto is a zero-sum game. Look out for yourself, it’s what everyone is doing. That guy on Twitter who keep posting picture of chart that’s going up? He’s slowly off-loading his position while also recruiting more buyers. See bullet point number 1.

  • Are you seeing an influencer talk about a memecoin? There’s a chance he’s being paid to do that, or he’s taken a position while it was cheap. He’s now recruiting you as exit liquidity.

  • Assume that 90% of the things you see on Twitter is fake. Someone posts a PnL screenshot with 600% ROI? Cool, let’s see the position size.


  • The real alpha can be found on the relatively smaller accounts, let’s say under 10K.

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