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10 obscure altcoins that merit a closer look by investors, with descriptions and reasoning for each
Disclaimer: I own varying small amounts of the currencies listed below, and as such it’s in my interest to see them gain in popularity. Keeping that in mind, you should examine these with a critical eye and decide for yourself whether they are good investments for you. If you disagree with my rationale for liking a particular currency, please say so and include your reasons. Likewise, if you think there are other obscure currencies I haven’t mentioned that also deserve consideration, please post them here. Please, no tokens in this discussion thread – currencies only. At some point I got bored with hodling ether, and decided to dig deeper into altcoins in hopes of finding greater returns. My thinking is that if I can find a few promising projects that are on the verge of growth – not necessarily world domination, but just growth – and catch them early enough, I stand a greater chance of finding one that is going to grow 2x, 10x, or more. I figured, what the hell, I’ll put $10 on a bunch of long shots. If one fails then I lose $10, but if it succeeds and the price goes from $0.002 to $0.12 then I will achieve a 60x return on my initial investment. With that goal in mind, over the past week I took a deep dive into the 800+ currencies that are ranked by market cap at http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/views/all/ . I ignored the top 25 and kept digging deeper, mostly looking at those ranked 150 and higher. In evaluating each currency I used their market cap rank as a proxy for popularity. My thinking is that the list is not necessarily ordered correctly according to each project’s potential (because market knowledge isn't perfect). There are dead projects in the top 100 and more promising ones in the mid-300’s. I am looking to help reorder the list by investing in coins that are at, for example, rank 287 but deserve to be at 137 based on their fundamentals. None of the currencies I found are on the verge of becoming the next Ethereum-killer. Again, I’m not looking for coins that will achieve world domination. I’m just looking for ones that deserve to be higher in the rankings than they are, so I can invest in them very early before others start to recognize their potential. They should have at least one fundamental quality that gives them a glimmer of promise for growth. With all that out of the way, here are some of the obscure currencies I came to like, listed in order of their current market cap ranking (i.e. from least to most obscure): GULDEN (currently #77) Site: https://gulden.com/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/gulden/ Reason: Gulden is a project based in the Netherlands that is focusing on user experience with a great level of attention to detail (including the intial sync time and onboarding experience). They are trying to make their apps very intuitive and easy for the average user. They have a large concentration of users in the Netherlands, dozens of Dutch merchants who already accept the currency, a strategic relationship with payment processor Nocks.co, and a program to airdrop starter currency to all Dutch citizens. They are starting to catch on in neighboring countries, and given their ease of use it’s possible they could end up becoming the WhatsApp of money transfer in Western Europe. All of those things are promising but not earth-shattering by themselves. Here’s another reason I’m bullish on Gulden: they are one of only a handful of currencies that can be exchanged directly for fiat. One of the reasons that Bitcoin is so big is that it is the main on-ramp to the crypto world for most people. Gulden makes it easy too - you can purchase it from their home page using Euros. If Bitcoin becomes difficult to use around August 1, or if exchanges continue to be slow at verifying new accounts, I can see Gulden catching on among Europeans as a fast, easy way to initially convert fiat to crypto form. VERTCOIN (currently #109) Site: http://vertcoin.org/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/vertcoin/ Reason: Like many currencies, Vertcoin is a direct fork of Bitcoin. The Vertcoin founders wanted to make it ASIC-resistant so it would remain more decentralized. I first discovered it in 2014 and was impressed by it then. Since then, it has been chugging along reliably, and the dev team has added stealth addresses, SegWit, and Lightning network. It’s arguably a better Bitcoin than Bitcoin at this point. I think of it as part of a family that consists of BTC, LTC, and VTC. Vertcoin is the lesser known cousin, but I think it’s about to become much more visible because cross-chain atomic swaps with Litecoin will soon be possible. The code is already done on the Vertcoin side and at this point is just waiting on Litecoin to reach that step in their roadmap. Surely with all these things going for it, Vertcoin will end up in the top 100. FEATHERCOIN (currently #134) Site: http://feathercoin.com/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/feathercoin/ Reason: Another Bitcoin fork that uses a different algorithm. Has a decent infrastructure around it, and an active user base. Seems to have longevity as it’s been around since 2013. I can’t speak to whether the algorithm changes offer any long-term advantages over Bitcoin. All in all it seemed solid enough to drop $10 on. I’ll park it and check back in a few years. RISE (currently #193) Site: https://rise.vision/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/rise/ Reason: Rise was launched in 2016 to much fanfare, with promise of GUI-based Dapp development tools (i.e. drag & drop dapps for end users) and well-documented SDKs for all of the popular programming languages (Ruby, Node, Python, etc.) plus a bunch of other goodies. It didn’t come to fruition. From what I can gather, there are accusations and rumors that someone scammed the project out of ICO funds and disappeared. In recent months, the project has been completely rebooted by some of the original community. It has adopted a new hybrid Ark-Shift blockchain, and is in the process of swapping over to that with the help of the Bittrex exchange. They’re also busy checking in SDKs to Github, and bringing social media back online. Is it going to be the next Ethereum killer? Who knows, but it definitely seems like it’s destined for a higher ranking than #193, and it definitely seems like a steal given the current low market cap and price. Like, the upside potential seems enormous on this if they see things through with the reboot. I’ve not bet the farm on Rise, but I’ve definitely put a couple extra cows on it compared to the other ones in this list. ARTBYTE (currently #207) Site: http://www.artbyte.me/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/applebyte/ Reason: This is yet another currency that is designed for a specific market – in this case, the art world. I generally don’t see a future for sector-specific currencies as they offer no advantages over using a general-purpose currency. What caught my eye about this one is that the team’s social media game is on point. They are tirelessly reaching out to artists to promote the currency and build name recognition. I admire their tenacity and think it could result in them gaining a toehold and eventually pivoting to some specific use within the art world. Total long shot, but I figure it doesn’t hurt to put $10 on it and check back in 10 years to see if it’s still around. MYRIAD (currently #220) Site: http://myriadcoin.org Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/myriad/ Reason: Multi-algorithm coin with good visual branding and an active community around it. I am not in love with its fundamentals and don’t see it catching on in a huge way, but just the fact that the project is alive makes it deserving of a higher rank than #220 IMHO. There are far worse coins than this one in the top 200. So, I’m betting here on slight growth rather than world domination. HUSH (currently #235) Site: https://myhush.org/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/hush/ Reason: Hush is a private implementation of the "Zerocash" protocol, and was forked from Zcash in spring 2017 by one of the contributors to that project. It has a decent web site, a small and dedicated team that seems technically competent, plenty of recent Github activity, and a relatively low current market cap. I’m betting that Hush will rise from #235 to somewhere in the mid-100s. AUDIOCOIN (currently #239) Site: http://www.audiocoin.eu/ Profile: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/audiocoin/ Reason: This team has at least made an attempt at developing a coherent business model. I’m not real convinced at this point that it’s viable, but they seem passionate about it and with some time may be able to refine it. I can see it someday being a backbone marketplace for musicians and listeners, based on audio streaming credits. Given that the price is so low, I’ll buy a tiny bit and check back in 10 years. SMARTCOIN (currently #355) Site: http://smartcoin.cc/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/smartcoin/ Reason: Seems like a solid, functional coin with decent branding, infrastructure, and user base – at least, much moreso than other coins in the mid-350’s. I’m betting that it will eventually rise to the low 200’s. SLIMCOIN (currently #862) Site: http://slimco.in/ Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/slimcoin/ Reason: Slimcoin is another project that was left for dead but recently revived. It uses a technique called Proof-of-Burn (PoB) and is designed for energy efficiency and use on small devices. This currency is easily more viable than at least 600 of the other defunct joke currencies above it in the list. I placed a bet that this one will rise from rank #862 to somewhere in the 200’s or 300’s. Again, if you think I’m full of shit on these picks, please post below. If I’m making a bad investment on any of these, I definitely want to know about it. Similarly, if there are any other dark horse coins you think people should know about, list ‘em below and make sure to include reasons – not just the name of the coin.
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