Finding Low-Cap Crypto Gems
Low cap coins are hidden gems in crypto. Low cap means that the Market Cap of the coin is extremely low. If the fundamentals are right, and the project is newer, you have a good chance to get in early.
You will not find a place where a coin can go 5–10x on the top 25 crypto list. You will have to do some deeper searching.
The best tip on how to get started? Find what the whales are in and do some research. Here is the easiest way to find some ideas:
First, go to coinmarketcap.com and scroll down and select the categories tab
There are tons of categories here you can look into, but we are going to focus on a few.
Next you will want to scroll down in the categories and find a few of the VC’s in the crypto space.
Anything with the word “Portfolio” at the end
Feel free to do research on these portfolios if there are some that you aren’t familiar with.
For this example, let’s click on Binance Labs Portfolio.
Binance Labs is essentially a venture capital program that identifies and invests in projects that are innovating the blockchain space. You will usually find projects with good fundamentals in these investments.
Coinmarketcap will allow you to sort the projects in their portfolio by market cap. After you get your filters set up for the coins, it’s time to do the research.
Look at the:
Is the team doxxed?
Fully diluted market cap
These are some techniques to get you started researching and on your way to finding low cap gems.
As always, you should also treat these low cap coins as if you are a venture capitalist yourself. Practice risk management and always do solid research.
Nothing in this post is intended to be financial advice. Always do your own research.
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