With the advancement of technology, the world is changing. So are the ways to invest in trading. Investors are finding new ways to achieve higher returns. Thus, making Crypto trading the next big thing. So today in this video, we will be discussing top 5 Cryptocurrencies to invest in 2021,
1. Bitcoin/ BTC
It has been over a decade since the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin, the first and by far most popular form of cryptocurrency in the world. Bitcoin has enjoyed a price surge to more than $40,000 in January 2021, for a market cap of more than $1 trillion, meaning bitcoins accounted for more than 69% of the cryptocurrency market. Thus, making bitcoin arguably the best cryptocurrency to buy for investors new to the asset class.
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