A longer note on the macro situation: Of course this has an impact on the crypto market, and the impact it has is complex, but I see no reason to change fundamental strategy or pull out of the market. It is however, important to keep an eye on the main narratives.
The narrative of investors pulling out of crypto, going 'risk-off', was most prevalent at the start of the year. If we see more signs of recession around the world, we should keep an eye on this. For now, crypto seems to run more sideways since the outbreak of war. During periods of macro instability you have essentially a battle between Bitcoin as a kind of extreme form of reserve currency, to protect oneself from national currency inflation/bank runs/'world order'/sanctions VS escaping Bitcoin as a risk-on asset, and treating it like tech stocks. This battle reverberates across the whole sector, and the result so far I think is a stalemate.
Another narrative we are seeing is the one around regulation. As regulators and governments become better educated and experienced in the blockchain space, they will also come to treat the space with greater care, to make sure they are not stifling innovation and competitiveness. The short-medium term risk, though, is knee-jerk legislation that makes operating in certain countries hard/prohibitive.
The huge investment in the space and building out of tooling and apps continues in a way not seen in historical bear markets. Adoption continues at a fast pace. This bullish narrative is of course the main reason to stay in this space, have a medium-long term view, and keep a cool head.