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xtrusion
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May 03, 2017, 10:14:56 PM
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Dear Community,

I spent a lot of time with sudying different charts and technologies from all kind of crypto projects.

All in all I would categorize crypto currencies/ projects in three different categories:

1.) LargeCaps ("BlueChips"): For me the 5 - 10 coins with highest market capitalization are the so called "Blue Chips" from crypto world.
I think they have a huge potential, because if they establish on the market and in 5 - 10 years (or maybe much earlier) you can pay with btc, ltc or dash for example on each corner, capitalization will multiple many times (especially btc, even the market cap is already approx. 25 mrd. usd)

2.) MidCaps: Coins with a market cap. between 25 - 100 mio. F.e. waves, ardor, lisk, stellar, decred, steem and so on.
That's a very dangerous market I think so, as there is a lot of euphoria in the market price already. So what I mean is that there are a lot of projects capitalized with 20mio usd or more, but nothing behind the project.
(I think the listed coins are quite stable and have good growing potentials, but there are a lot coins priced too high I am convinced of)

3. SmallCaps: Coins capitalized under 10mio usd (ICO's, new projects & low scored coins):
It's a "all or none" market for me. If projects will establish and technology will be used in future, coins will multiple, otherwise (i think approx. 90% of them) will go down to zero.

How do you see this?

What are the coins you see the most potential for?

What are the landmark projects for you?

Looking forward to receive a lot of useful answers.

KR,
xtrusion
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