2018 Flippening: Ethereum replacing Bitcoin, but which Alts will outrun ETH?

By John Miller

Saturday the 27th of January 2017


Well boys and grills, now that ETH has gotten the market cap diff to catch BTC down under $100 BILLION, how soon until it devours top spot? We all remember how easily it devoured Ripple, which it now has a $50 BIL lead on, and I’m increasingly asking myself: what do I still like about King Coin?

The answer: not much. Exorbitant fees. Takes forever to get one place to the next. Does nothing that ETH can’t do.

So if I’m doing all of my cash buys for ETH, and all my Alt buys in ETH, and BTC is swirling around in the toilet doing nothing, why do I want to hold it again?

With that in mind I’m all about that ETH right now.  Well, 40% ETH.

Nothing succeeds like success, so I’ve got 35% parked in Stellar Lumens and VeChain, which are the best performers in the Top Ten and Second Ten cryptos respectively. XLM and VEN should either continue to Boom in Feb, or hold their value better than most as we enter the next death spiral, kek.

The other 25% I’ve got invested in ZRX and RLC. Ox is looking good for a Hyper-Moon if we ever get to the Boom, and there is a ton of chatter about iExecRLC, so let’s see where that goes.

To the Moon boys, to the freaking Moon. Or if we all get destroyed in low orbit I’ll see you glorious bastards in the next world.

Full disclosure: John Miller’s IRL name is Frank Faulkner. I’m an Aussie and when I’m not obsessing about Conservative politics or defending Trump I also enjoy various sports and Christian activities. Somehow I ended up in the Anime Right in 2016 because of Trump, and I trade Crypto because I want a Lambo.

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