On Thursday the 28th of November 2019, popular Twitter user and Author of “An Altcoin Trader’s Handbook” Nik Patel released a list of 82 Altcoins on his Christmas Wishlist. With heavy hitters such as Chainlink (LINK) and Holochain (HOT) as well as under the radar projects like Edge (DADI) and Constellation (DAG), the list offers Investors a great starting point in their journey to build or add to an existing portfolio, or at least a list of Altcoins to watch in 2020.
Throughout 2019 we’ve seen projects fall in market capitalization and struggle to continue development, with some exiting the market altogether and handing over any further development to their communities. This year has shown Investors that not everything goes up forever and regardless of how popular or valuable a crypto asset is, there’s always a chance that things can go wrong and the importance behind doing your own due diligence when considering an investment is paramount in the industry today. Nik cuts straight to the point and makes it abundantly clear that this is his own wishlist and that he’s either “currently buying, interested in buying or already invested in” the coins featured on his list. Nik also includes various statistics about the coin including price, market cap and areas where he’s interested in buying.
My Christmas altcoin wishlist is now live: https://altcointradershandbook.com/christmas-altcoin-wishlist-2019/ Merry Christmas, four weeks early. This is the comprehensive list of the 81 altcoins I’m paying attention to and am either already invested in, considering buying or awaiting better prices for. Enjoy!Nik Patel (Twitter)
As a review site, the Team here at PickACrypto has reviewed a good portion of the coins listed on Nik’s list, namely Constellation (DAG), OWN (CHX), Edge (DADI), Bolt (BOLT), Ocean Protocol (OCEAN) and many more. In our opinion, the list is as solid as it gets. From the PickACrypto Team, we’d like to say a big thank you to Nik for producing this content for the community and providing Investors with a solid list where they can begin to conduct their own research.