Cryptocurrency is the hottest new investment, and because of its volatility, professionals are often leery of investing in it.
Bitcoin has increased by over 430 percent in the last year, while Ethereum has increased by 865 percent, and these are not even the largest gains: Dogecoin, Solana, Polygon, and Shiba Inu have all increased by over 10,000 percent in the same time frame.
The party, however, is just getting started, with fast-growing blockchain networks ready to experience even greater profits as they innovate to attract a growing pool of digital currency investors.
Ran Neu-ner, host and executive producer of the first televised cryptocurrency show on CNBC, amassed a spectacular fortune through cryptocurrency investing, and he’s more than willing to reveal his successful strategy.
Based on his experience and study, Ran’s investment thesis advocates a new approach to investing: explore disruptive technological protocols and networks, invest, and provide developers ample time to implement these ideas.
He shared his knowledge to enable individual investors better understand and apply the technique in order to analyse and make better investment decisions to achieve their objectives.
His strategy focuses on long-term holdings of coins rather than trading in and out of different tokens to maximise returns during market cycles; in reality, he almost never trades.
He invested $5,000 into Ethereum, Chainlink, Arweave, LUNA, Binance, Injective Protocol, and Fantom tokens, which are currently worth $2.7 million, $1.7 million, $1.5 million, $1.3 million, $30 million, $0.5 million, and $0.75 million.
Ran never sold any of the tokens in the portfolio, which are now worth a total of $38 million. He has other portfolios in which he has made larger investments in some of the aforementioned currencies over time.
To identify narratives, explore the most ambitious initiatives, evaluate the development team, and diversify the portfolio on the best shortlisted, the investment thesis was summarized.