Welcome to the group. You already have two advantages going for you. Firstly, that you are already working remotely and second, living in New York is so expensive that any place you relocate to will most likely be way cheaper. You could easily save tens of thousands per year on rent alone.
It sounds like you are close to your family which is great. Consider that if you relocate to another country, you get to host your family in new exotic locations for less than a quarter of the prices you are used to.
The fact that you are into crypto means that most countries look at 100% of your earnings as personal income tax. You want to look at countries with territorial tax. Because you are an American (without talking about dropping your citizenship), you will need to be tax resident somewhere to get out from under the taxes legally of your current country. This way you can earn what you earn and pay little or no tax. While you can trade crypto under a company name, I will not talk about this as I see only extra costs and headaches.
Remember that if your combined earnings exceed about $105k (can’t remember the exact amount), you will be taxable for every amount you make over the sum back home. While in most cases you are better off holding on to your current passport even if you get others, when you can save up to $100k or more per year in taxes, the idea begins to have some merit.
When things calm down, do a bit of traveling to see where you like. Remember that just because you are resident in some place does not mean that you must stay there all the time. Check out Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Tbilisi, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chin Ming (Ho Chin Ming is not in a territorial tax country but worth the listing), Panama and Costa Rica.
There are some other lovely countries that are affordable, do not have territorial tax systems but pleasant to live in, setup residence and give yourself multiple options. Some examples are Bulgaria, Serbia, Mexico, Colombia, Philippines (The Philippines have just introduced a new law that requires everyone earning money online to register and pay tax on your earnings).
Remember that after getting your residence, there are more countries than you can travel to in 12 months without a visa, so enjoy getting to see new places while saving and investing at the same time.