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Ethereum Is The Horse I'm Riding Right Now

May 06, 2021 9:41 PM ETEthereum USD (ETH-USD)BTC-USD101 Comments


  • ETH is seeing faster active wallet growth and more on-chain usage than BTC.
  • Bitcoin's short-term bullishness looks exhausted while ETH looks strong.
  • We have a breakout in the ETH/BTC ratio.

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Like it or not, we're still at a point in time where most of the mainstream financial attitudes around digital currencies and tokens are going to be framed with bitcoin as the primary backdrop. It's

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Fundamental analysis for serious cryptocurrency investors.

5 years as a media research analyst. Mainly covering crypto, metal, and media equities. I share deep dives on under the radar digital assets through my Seeking Alpha investor group BlockChain Reaction - my approach to crypto coverage leans far more fundamental than technical. I believe the overwhelming majority of crypto coins will go to zero. However, I think there are many that will actually perform very well long term. Those are the assets I aim to help other investors find. 

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