Until otherwise specified, we’ll always keep this cryptocurrency in our wallet. Up to now, Ethereum has capitalized 50 billion USD, landing solidly in second place after Bitcoin.
Despite the strong dip in prices of the entire sector of the cryptocurrencies during the 1st trimester of 2018 and the persistence of a lateral/bear phase also during the 2nd half of the year, we’ll never tire of saying that ETH (currently quoted at about 500 USD) is reaching very interesting levels for future purchases, especially in the light of the enormous potential of the technology in which it is based. In fact, we’re convinced that 2018 will be the year that it shows the world its powerful technology. For those who don’t have it yet, it’s a must have cryptocurrency for your wallet (see the wallet section) and keep it there with a first medium term operational horizon (from 9-18 months). Even in the case of future bear tendencies, the purchase of ETH is always recommendable.
Do you want to invest in cryptocurrencies?
We offer you the weekly portfolio CryptoFIB30, in a PDF format. A portfolio of cryptocurrencies with high earning prospects, suggested by our staff (the dates and purchase prices for the reported crypotos in addition to operative signals - when to sell or keep - are indicated).
Bitcoin Future: for those who prefer, instead, to follow the derivative, Bitcoin Future is analyzed, quoted on the CME, with the indication of important levels and operative targets of purchase/sale with a weekly perspective.Pay
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