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Author Topic: 05-04-2018 - FINDER - FINDER CRYPTOCURRENCY PREDICTIONS FOR APRIL 2018  (Read 17 times)
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April 05, 2018, 02:52:08 PM
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Which coins are expected to see the biggest rise this month and in 2018?
Of the 13 coins, our panelists forecast Ripple to experience the greatest growth (+81.01%) by May 1, 2018, while Dogecoin, one of the top trending coins in the world, is forecast to show the greatest growth (+5,838.12%) by December 31, 2018.

Cardano, which currently holds the seventh-highest market cap, is expected to show the second-greatest price growth (+812.44%) by December 31, 2018, followed by Ripple (525.78%). This is the second consecutive month that our panelists have predicted no decreases in value by the end of 2018.



Market capitalization predictions
Comparing the forecast market capitalizations for bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum — the only coins of the 13 with a reported number of coins available by December 31, 2018 — our panel predicts Ethereum will see the greatest increase in market cap growth by the end of the year (+234%). Bitcoin follows with a 114% increase, while Bitcoin Cash is picked to come in at +40%.

We calculated predictions using the number of coins expected to be in circulation by the end of the year and our panelists’ forecast of each coin’s value by the end of the year.



What about other up-and-coming coins this year? This month, our panelists acknowledge a variety of coins that include Aragon, Enigma, IOTA and Monero.

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