How can you be sure your coin will survive the bear market?

After seeing how many coins/tokens rose to top 20 in 2017 only to fall and never rise near their ath ever again, how can you be sure the coin you picked now will be able to survive what ever this market is and when the next bear market comes? Do you just invest in bitcoin and eth until the next halving from now on or do you still explore and find new small cap coins? I’m not sure if I just cut my losses now and play it safe with ETH but risk missing out on gains if the market turns bullish. So far I have 70% ETH 15% ATOM 15% JUNO and you can see how that has gone

This isn’t a rhetorical question, I’m genuinely interested to see why you guys might think your assets will survive and rise in value again and also drop the name of the coin too ;). Also if you are planning to sell or buy small caps

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36 thoughts on “How can you be sure your coin will survive the bear market?”

  1. Make sure there’s developers and it’s a legit project. Hopefully they’ve been through crypto winter.

    Link, dot, atom, near, Sol, Luna, uni all seem to be legit projects to ne

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  2. I’m personally into crypto.com now and new defi ecosystem in Cronos network. Cdc is growing fastly so I guess is a good bet for future. Actually I’m making money farming in defi even if crypto are going down

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  3. The short answer is you can’t. My investment strategy is more focused on the token use case and long term position in the marketplace rather than trying to make sense of any technical analysis. The market is way too volatile and unpredictable for that. BTC and ETH are the best backbone for a portfolio though.

    Not to shill, but a few examples: BAT? Absolutely. VET? You betcha. LRC and MATIC? Oh hell yeah. LINK? Hard to say no.

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  4. I like to think cro has more to offer than just being a token. The cash back I get from the card is great and the cronos chain seems to host some defi projects with strong a following and concepts

    I respect eth and btc, but I’m here to make some money and don’t believe they will 10x as quickly as say cro

    Who the heck knows though. Crypto.com
    Could upset some US law makers and game over!

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  5. My coin was forged in a bear market. And I see more projects and devs on the platform today than I did 6 months ago. Not only will it ‘survive’ the bear market, it will come out stronger and be one of the best performing coins in the market

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  6. Does it really matter? I’m down 90% on tokens. I’d almost prefer they disappeared one day as I can’t stand looking at them any longer.

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  7. If you want to be certain then “invest in bitcoin and eth until the next halving from now on”

    If you’re looking for a sure way then that’s it.

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  8. $nfd has an excited, quirky bunch of folks on the discord. It feels like in the movie 300. It’s at all time low for a while, we will make it. The OG who’s working with us on it is genuine

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  9. Well, it’s XMR. It’s not going to go anywhere unless its privacy model completely breaks.

    I have high confidence it’ll be around for decades. Even if there are negative regulations against private cryptos.

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  10. The cosmos ecosystem is constantly growing so I wouldn’t be to worried about atom and juno, I also hold these and have them staked and in LP.

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  11. how can you be sure?

    HODL BTC/ETH that’s how

    anything/everything else is a gamble ; get some Doge and join the party ; or get some Monero and loose it all in a boating accident

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  12. ETH has survived multiple at this point. So BTC and ETH are your safest bets. Rest, welcome to the world of gambling pretty much

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  13. That doesn’t seem the right perspective.

    I have Moons because I like Moons, not because of some number in some webpage.

    If you like something you have not more than something you have, exchange it.

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  14. While I hold many different coins, over 80% are in BTC and ETH. So if these are what you would call “my coins”, I think I’m fine.

    Don’t overinvest in shitcoins and adjust your time frame to a couple of yours.

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  15. You can’t be, there is no sure fire way. I look for coins with utility I like and seem to dominate others in their perspective market share. Once a coin starts dropping down the marker cap ladder for a while I consider selling out

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