August 23, 2020

Crypto Bull Run: Charge It To The Game

The cryptocurrency market is up substantially since April. By far the best performing asset post covid-19, and all signs show much more growth is ahead.

For those who have been following my forecasts, I sincerely hope you took advantage of my early picks during the pandemic. If so, you would have seen a 200% growth on average (with many over 500% gains).

Let’s Take A Look At The Results

The total market capitalization of cryptos have boomed over the past 5 months. Mid March the crypto market was valued around $139B, and now it’s approaching $400B.


Although, Ethereum (ETH) has exploded in market shares — there’s a few coins (mentioned in previous articles) that have taken off to the moon in the last 3 months. But it doesn’t look like the following cryptos will be running out of gas any time soon.

Fetch.AI (FET)


ChainLink (LINK)


VeChain (VET)




Cosmos (ATOM)

Cardano (ADA)

Source: Coin (CRO)


ZRX (0x)


Basic Attention Token (BAT)


Notable Mentions

Profiting over 100% in gains is always great, but there’s more growth to come during this economic uncertainty.

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Make sure you get your hands on the following cryptos, in addition to the coins previously mentioned, as we enter September:

  • Tezos (XTZ)
  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • OMG Network (OMG)
  • Lisk (LSK)
  • Matic Network (MATIC)

By Thomas Brown

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