How To Invest In Cryptocurrencies Before They Start To Become Adopted

Its potential lies in the ability to provide an ever-expanding ecosystem.

Since its emergence in 2009, cryptocurrencies provided a great return that all assets could see in their own dreams. But, determining whether they’ll have a great return on investment might not be seen when we compared them to other types of assets. It has resulted in most investors lost lots of money from poor choices and scams. Here, we’ll discuss how to invest in a cryptocurrency before being adopted by most people.

Blockchain knowledge becomes the first prerequisite as all cryptocurrencies are built on a blockchain. Then, mathematics and economics will be helpful to understand the potential value. In mathematics, knowledge of calculus and linear algebra helps to understand the technical concepts in a document. When it comes to economics, knowing the basics of microeconomics could determine how the ecosystem would be built and how the supply of a specific coin would work.

The first step to analyze cryptocurrencies is to read their technical documents and watch their progress. Their whitepapers include the system architecture, potential ecosystem, security, economy, and other crucial aspects related to a specific coin. Even more, evaluating all the technical features determines whether a coin would be worth investing in the long-term. If it’s promising in the long-run, you can go and buy the token on an exchange.

After you purchased a specific coin, looking at this coin on the internet to determine how the price movements can affect and when to sell if there’s a problem in a specific coin’s fundamentals. Some information on mathematics and economics will likely give you the real value.

How you invest in early-stage cryptocurrencies before they start to being adopted? Share your experiences in the comments section below.



A social networking platform that turns creators into entrepreneurs.

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store