Now that we've entered into our position, the next step is to literally just wait. Lots of new traders make the mistake of thinking they have to "day trade" or always watch the charts. This is not only extremely stressful, but usually unsuccessful and driven by lots of emotion. A successful trader only makes about 3-4 trades per month, if that. If you have other capital and positions to play with, do that, but you should only need to check the charts once or twice per day at this point. What we're waiting for here is the next big price jump, also known as the selling phase.
The selling phase is usually triggered by a small uptick in price or volume, due to a new announcement or rumor. This then snowballs and triggers many people into the fear of missing out (FOMO) which causes more people to buy or research the coin, and so on and so forth. This is why you don't want to be one of the people buying when the price is going up... you want to be the person selling to them.
It's important to recognize that during this waiting period, you may see other coins exploding and other opportunities pass you by. Ignore the temptation to jump ship and switch to another coin. There are so many different cryptos out there, there will ALWAYS be something blowing up. Focus on your position and stay committed to your choice.