Dollar-Cost Averaging (DCA)

    Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is an investment strategy in which an investor divides their investment capital to purchase an asset on a regular basis in order to obtain a better overall average entry price. Due to the inherent volatility of the crypto industry, DCA is frequently regarded as one of the most prudent investment strategies. DCA helps investors avoid poorly-timed lump sum purchases by buying at regular intervals regardless of price movement. A DCA example would be an investor purchasing USD 100 worth of bitcoin (BTC) every week for a year rather than a single large BTC purchase of USD 5200.