DeepOnion — Have I Missed the Train?
This week, for my Onion Aficionados, I’ve decided to write about a common question I’ve seen on the bitcointalk forums — not just for btc, but for other coins/tokens.
The question of whether one has missed their opportunity to get in at the ‘right’ price or ‘early’ enough seems to be a fairly customary topic in the crypto-community.
Granted, this question is normally pointed at Btc and Eth as their prices have really taken off, but I’ve seen it asked about just about every coin/token out there. Today, I’ll try to answer that question about DeepOnion.
So, what’s the deal? Has the train left the station for DeepOnion? In short, I’d say, yes, it’s left the station, but it’s chugging along and there are plenty of chances left to jump on the train. Here are ten reasons why:
- DeepOnion is still relatively new — this coin is only a few months old
- Features are still being added — DeepVault is the most recent, but more are on the way
- The Airdrop is only about 25% completed
- The community is only growing — see the official forums and the bitcointalk thread
- The price is still very reasonable — it’s roughly $0.75 as I write this
- The future is anonymity
- It’s only on one exchange right now — more will be added
- It’s holding up well despite everyone selling alts to get their share of Bitcoin Gold for the fork
- It brings unique and desirable features to the blockchain
- The Dev’s are kicking ass and chewing gum — and they’re all out of gum
And those are just ten reasons — there are many more out there. There’s no guarantees when it comes to investing, but DeepOnion has a lot of great things going for it.
If you’re still on the fence, it’s time to hop off and buy a ticket to Onionville!
Previous week’s articles can be found below: