The freshmen guide for the crypto class of 2025: Chapter 3

  1. BTC
  2. ETH
  3. XRP

Qualifications for a coin to be added to the bucket

  1. backed by a strong team
  2. long-term prospects
  3. resistance to pump and dump (by crypto standards)

The (in)famous Coinmarket Cap

  1. BTC
  2. ETH
  3. USDT
  4. BNB
  5. ADA
  6. DOGE
  7. XRP
  8. USDC
  9. DOT
  10. UNI
  11. SOL
  12. BCH
  13. LTC
  14. ICP
  15. LINK
  16. BUSD
  17. MATIC
  18. THETA
  19. XLM
  20. VET

Rejection Criteria 1: Stable coins & Exchange coins

Rejection Criteria 2: Boring Forks

Rejection Criteria 3: Invisible Hand

  1. BTC
  2. ETH
  3. ADA
  4. XRP
  5. DOT
  6. SOL
  7. ICP
  8. LINK
  9. MATIC
  10. THETA
  11. XLM
  12. VET
  1. BTC
  2. ETH
  3. XRP
  4. DOT
  5. SOL

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This blog is mostly around my cloud-native & Environments-as-a-Service (EaaS) technology insights. I would throw some crypto wisdom here and there.

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