No chips, no crypto, no semiconductors, no chips. Exposure to semiconductors is diversified (safer) exposure to crypto. Change my mind.

(Or agree with me, but please do it fiercely 😄)
Yegor's avatar
I’ll have to agree, makes sense to me
Andy Buchanan's avatar
@from100kto1m points because this rhymes 😄
delos's avatar
semiconductors are almost literally the picks and shovels of crypto. but when lambo 🦍?
Michael Panebianco's avatar
This might be the case at the moment but with the rise of proof-of stake currently used by $ADA.X and many other smaller coins, with $ETH.X set to follow suit, ASICs will become redundant.

Exposure to semiconductors may indirectly give you exposure to crypto but I would expect it's practically negligible when you consider all of the things in the world that use semiconductors.



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