Exactly. It's still so early, the bull shit hasn't been killed off yet.For example the #100 ranked coin is "Bitcoiin" literally a misspelled Bitcoin, pure fraud... yet it carries a higher marketcap than RLC at #130... we have a lot of room to run up if RLC continues to deliver
But no I didnt stop there... I was researching continously... I bought many assets that nobody paid attention to, that ended up being in the top 10-20 coins in the end... and im not talking about BTC, ETH, and LTC.... I was focused on 'impressive returns' from ALTs... that was my goal... I conquered NEO and Vechain... Both I didnt just get 100% returns, i didnt get 200% returns... I got 5,000%-25,000%+ returns... these are what I call "impressive returns"
@Malkovichy If the people who purchased in 2016 and early 2017 did not sell it and sold it at the end of 2017,He was a true winnerI believe in rlc, but I think it's only if the price of bitcoin is on the rise that RLC can record a high market capitalization
I have seen businesses with millions in marketcap, millions in trade volume... completely vanish, get de-listed from exchanges and became worthless... Literally worthless ($0)... And these companies were once "hyped" and today they are nothing... Remember, if there is no exchange selling your token... there is absolutely no value to the token... You will continue to see Binance, Bittrex, and large exchanges delisting coins that were once "popular" but are no more... This will continue to happen and people will continue to loose money... Unless you research.
I have that. Look at Bitcoin. Buying because this is an SOV or is used because this is a payment method?If it was a means of payment, this should be a bit user-friendly for ordinary people. But BTC knows its strength not to cooperate with banks. No patent, a tool. For the simple reason that this new way of transporting value is open source. SOV? Perhaps when a major economic crisis breaks out. But then the question remains whether BTC carries the SOV meme in this innovative market.