By - socalquest
This is the way.
I'll buy another house with cash to downsize into in a few years time. Let's hope the majority, if not all of the cash to be used to finance the purchase will be from this long-term investment. ;-) That sounds like a plan lol GLTA!!!
You staked them all? Decided against you own validator.
No time nor desire to learn the ropes of self staking. GLTA!!!
Validators get paid more and it’s an almost idiot proof set up process. As I’m typing this the ETH r&d team is changing staking pool “rules”. No more locked 🔒 ETH. “It hurts the network.” -Tim … you’ll be allowed to stake for 24 hours or 1 year. But you can also withdraw at anytime, this is to assure more ppl create validators.
stake ETH on Finblox, they offer 5.5%, much higher than 4% hehe
This is yielding more than owning a place collecting rent for you
Yeah the 'cap rate' where I live is way below 2% when you factor in the cost of maintaining the property (taxes and HOAs). That cap rate is based on an all-cash purchase. If you have a mortgage, forget it, it's definitely underwater. Home prices are way overvalued. I rather have some of my money in ETH for the long term. GLTA!!!
This is going away