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Bitcoin is making headlines and waking up investors on Wall Street, plus publicly traded companies are shifting resources into blockchain, metaverse, NFTs and other cryptocurrency-related technologies“– Paul Ebeling

Instead of investing in cryptocurrencies directly, many individual participants and financial institutions are buying into the public and private companies that are making an impact in the crypto industry through their business operations.

The Key reasons are because the stock market is heavily regulated and some people feel safer with their money in a bank or online stock brokerage.

Coinbase is 1 of the leading coin exchanges, and the company trades publicly on the US stock exchange. Coinbase has been showing significant revenue growth over the yrs, plus the company has very high-profit margins.

Coinbase Global, Inc. (NASDAQ:COIN) is definitely a growth stock to watch out for. As it is constantly adding new altcoins on their exchange and the platform is available in over 100 countries.

Public companies start somewhere, and you can get better and more favorable terms when getting into a company at an earlier stage. Getting in early in a private company before it goes public can be much more profitable long-term. But it considered highly risky because many startups fail over within a few yrs.

Nowadays, anyone can get into private companies through crowdfunding, regulation A+ and other ways of financing. In the old days, to participate in these types of pre-IPO deals, you had to be an accredited investor, venture capitalist, angel investor or investment bank. No more, now it is open to the public.

Many privately-held companies are silently growing under the radar because they are not required to publicly post their financials. Coinbase started out as a private company, and as the app grew, it went public in Y2021. There are plenty of new names making noise in the industry: OpenSea, Rarible, Binance, Bitplaza, and Bitpay to name a few.

The blockchain and cryptocurrency industry is evolving quickly. In the past yr, there has been lots of interest in NFTs and the metaverse. . It is what makes cryptocurrency exciting to watch, digest, explore and play in.

Have a prosperous day, Keep the Faith!

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