Some crypto investors using "Staking" to be on a safer side
They are using a strategy known as staking or forging, in which their tokens are placed in digital wallets and are used to help validate transactions that create new blocks in blockchain networks. In exchange, they get rewards in the form of coins. This process can generate returns ranging from 5 percent to 150 percent, depending on the coins and amount held.
Staking is not zero risk. When coins are staked, it can take hours or days for the networks to free them up for trading. That means that investors might miss a market rally or get caught up in a plunge. Also, the investors have to trust the startups doing the staking for them.