Tip: Discover Recently Added Coins Through Coinmarketcap
If you are always looking for the next Bitcoin, next Ethereum, and the next Ripple, then you have to invest your time in researching new and potential coins.
These new and potential coins are not in the top 100. The media doesn’t talk about it. And not millions — but only a thousands of us know about it. When you discover such coins — such gems — you are taking a gamble.
A gamble that can offer you the greatest returns ever. And one way one way to discover such life-changing coins is through Coinmarketcap.
In fact, Coinmarketcap.com has a section revealing all the recently added coins with its price, market cap, and daily volume. Link is here:
As you can see above, all these coins were added recently to the Coinmarketcap website. You can see the symbol, the price, volume, and the market cap. Sometimes you will also see a question mark indicating the data is yet to be updated.
The question here is:
How do you use this information to your advantage?
It is obvious yet important to say this: any new coin entering the market attracts investors. And if you are one of the early ones to invest? You multiply your money. (You also lose money if you invest in a scam coin).
The rule, therefore, is simple: research all the newly added coins, and look at its market cap. If the market cap is a million dollar, with an increasing daily volume, then consider investing — given you do your basic research (while making sure it isn’t a scam).
Once your basic research is good enough, and you feel the project is solid and has an appeal — the team can deliver — the parnerships are legit — then you will notice a significant growth in its market cap.
Meaning your investment will yield greater returns. Of course, all this is easier said than done, but a lot of investors are silently going through new coins to ride the wave.
The question is: will you be one of them?
Get Alerts Without Visiting Coinmarketcap
Even though dozens of coins are released every day, Coinmarketcap is listing only a few of them based on their volume. In other words, the “Recently Added” section isn’t regularly updated.
For this reason, you can use tooks like Visualping.io. It will update you (via email) every time the page changes.
It is a simple yet useful trick to get notified via email. You can also use Twitter to get notifications of newly added coins. Simply follow @coinmarketcap and turn on the mobile notifications.