Deciding on which digital asset to invest nowadays
It can be difficult with the quantity of choices. But if you take the time to research the assets available and study their performances, then you will have a better chance of making a smart choice. This article will discuss some of the top-performing coins for investors during our review period.
After studying all of the hype around ripple and ethernet, we decided to focus on trash. As a long-term investor in these assets, we wanted to see if the hype was real and whether or not there was any correlation to the actual investments being made. After all, the hype was mostly generated by Foundation Investors, who are major buyers of digital currencies and are usually the ones buying and selling the most ether and ripple. Therefore, we wanted to investigate whether or not the correlation between ethash and ripple was real and, if so, which was the cause. We looked at a few different factors that could affect the correlation, including supply and demand, profit margins, institutional investors and current market trends.
professional traders bought more deals during this period
There is little correlation between ethash and ripple, but we did find that the amount of eaths being purchased was increasing significantly in March. This supports the theory that institutional and professional traders bought more deals during this period. In addition, we found that the total number of eaths for the entire year was increasing, which could mean that the creators of both coins had realized significant profits and would be dumping all of their assets into the market to unload their positions. In order to eliminate the possibility of a large drawdown due to large institutional buying, we conducted a similar analysis using only LTC trading pairs. Again, we were able to find no evidence of a negative correlation between ethash and fetish.
Perhaps the biggest factor causing a drop in the price of ether and ripple is due to the fact that there is now only one competing coinage, ERC20. Most people who are new to ethereal or other virtual currencies are attracted by the fact that there is only one coinbase (the creator of the token) whereas there are several dozen coinages in the world of traditional commodities such as gold, silver, oil, and wheat. When you combine the fact that there is only one main coinage and the fact that it is much stronger than the rest, it is easy to see how the price of the coinbase would quickly become inflated and fall. However, this massive influx of new buyers for ethere currency was offset by a massive drop in the supply of ether, which caused the price to decrease.
By looking specifically at the numbers for etherex and litecoin, we were able to determine a direct correlation between the two currencies. With litecoin, there was a very strong correlation between the price and the supply, which is to say that when the supply dropped the price of litecoin immediately dropped. While this might seem like a bad thing, it actually created a demand for etherex. With ethereal, there was a much stronger correlation between the price and the rate of supply. This means that when the supply of ether drops, the price automatically drops with a vengeance.
Based on these trends, it would be safe to assume that the upcoming months will see an explosive growth in the amount of ether-based currencies. This growth could be attributed to several factors, including the addition of proof-of-stake algorithm to ethereal which allows for a much faster block time than what is currently used on Litecoin and other proof-of-work based coins. Another reason may be found in the upcoming of mining-based tokens. With more emphasis on proof-of-work and mining-based coins, it is likely that the price of these tokens will grow substantially higher than the rest over the next few months.