How To FAIRLY Compare Coins! Control Circulating Supply Or Market Cap!





Many people in our beginners group often ask “What are the best sub $1 coins out there?” This points to a fundamental misunderstanding of how to judge/compare crypto coins (and something called the unit bias). To fairly judge/compare two coins you need to control their circulating supply, total supply, or market cap. This is also why it is frankly ridiculous to think/wish that your Ripple or other “cheap” coins will ever reach Bitcoin’s price of $10,000+ and make you a billionaire. I also introduce a new website/tool called Matchcoins.info which helps you do the math and calculates for you how much your smaller market cap coin would be worth if it had the same circulating/total supply or market cap as a higher one. Take a look at the site/tool and let me know your thoughts?

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