The altcoin market is still in its nascent stages, but it’s already shown its incentive to impress.
Ran Neuner on Crypto Banter is reducing his Bitcoin investment fund exposure and aping to acquire more of certain altcoins which are the next discoveries to be evaluated by institutional investors and might be the next Bitcoin (investment wise).
Following the halving of Bitcoin, the price of Bitcoin skyrocketed at an exponential rate. The first halving in 2012 saw the price rise at an enormous speed before peaking after 12 months, whereas the second halving in 2016 saw the price rise at an accelerating rate before reaching a peak after 18 months.
The most recent Bitcoin halving occurred in 2016, and current Bitcoin price analyses indicate that it is still set for a parabolic surge before topping out. The term “bitcoin halving” refers to a leap year occurrence in which the block reward for bitcoin mining is reduced by half once every four years.
Because altcoins are less liquid and more volatile than Bitcoin, Ran believes that their prices will rise at a much faster rate. As a result, he is reducing his Bitcoin exposure in order to better position his investment portfolio in altcoins.
Analytical data, metrics, and personal experiences all support the decision (in the Crypto markets). In recent weeks, institutional investors have increased their investments in Bitcoin.
According to Ran, this is a sign that diversification is on the way because’smart money’ makes the most money from discoveries. While Bitcoin is already popular, with many early adopters making huge profits, certain alts with potential are the next to be evaluated and might be the next Bitcoin (investment wise).
The next disruption, according to Ran, will be in blockchain tech giants like Solana, Axie Infinity, Arweave, Terra Luna, and Fantom, which have all had a return on investment of between 5000 and 14,000 percent since 2018 and are only getting started. He also stated that the investment in these technologies is long-term rather than short-term.