Actually Applying the "Secret Sauce" to find deep value in micro-cap coins #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth (Part II of III)
the flux capacitor of low cap value

Actually Applying the "Secret Sauce" to find deep value in micro-cap coins #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth (Part II of III)

By NOVAX | Block To The Future | 9 Apr 2021


This post is the follow-up to, The "Secret Sauce" for identifying deep value in Low-Cap cryptocurrencies is not so secret #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth (Part I of III).

#FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth


At this stage in a long bull market run, I really start to worry about the strength of the newest support levels in all of my alt coin positions. I don't sell alt coins to take profits because I've missed too much upside by doing that in the past. So when I see how much the market capitalization has grown in some of my small and mid cap alt coins over the past few months, I wonder if we're in a new market plateau or if we're on the verge of a brutal consolidation period. Everyone still feels the sting of the last bear market. It makes me particularly cautious when we're observing new all-time-highs in BTC, ETH, and now begrudgingly... BNB as well. I suspect the small market stall and retreat these past couple of days has partially been a reflection of the trauma from the last bull market peak back in January 2018.

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Perhaps more people are playing it safe and taking profits... not me, maybe I'll regret that. Either way, I'm not too concerned about it at the moment because I have a plan for either scenario. The one scenario I'm not prepared for is for this market to skyrocket from an overall market cap of $2 Trillion to $5 Trillion or something crazy like that. I feel like anything is possible but I feel a deep FOMO when I consider all of the micro cap projects I haven't yet analyzed and added to my portfolio. I'm not prepared for a much greater continued bull run, because I need more time to boot-up the flux capacitor by building positions in small-cap coins. 

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In my previous post I reviewed my general strategy for establishing percentage growth ceiling projections based on market cap. I describe my optimal growth preferred market cap range of between $5 Million and $500 Million. I broke down this range into 4 tiers of potential percentage growth based on a hypothetical market cap ceiling of $50 Billion. I wanted to have a way of conceptualizing percentage growth potential for the various bands of market cap in a "best case" short-term (3-5 years) scenario. These are the tiers:

 

Tier 1 - #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth

$5 Mil - $50 Mil Market Cap Range
10,000x - 1,000x 3-5 yr growth ceiling (Micro Cap Range)

 

Tier 2 - #FluxCapacitorMicroBreakout

$51 Mil - $100 Mil Market Cap Range
1,000x - 500x 3-5 yr growth ceiling (Micro Breakout Range)

 

Tier 3 - #DeLoreanAcceleration

$101 Mil - $200 Mil Market Cap Range
500x - 250x 3-5 yr growth ceiling (Small Cap Range) 

 

Tier 4 - #DeLoreanCruiseControl

$201 Mil - $500 Mil Market Cap Range
250x - 100x 3-5 yr growth ceiling (Small Cap Breakout Range) 


 

Using Market Cap Filters on Coinmarketcap


Today, I'm looking to begin applying the methods I discussed in the last post. The first thing I want to do is scan each market cap band for coins that I'm already familiar with or which I already own. This will give me an understanding of the state of different projects based on their market cap. I've been spending a ton of time scrolling coingecko and coinmarketcap recently as I'm hunting for deep value in low-cap blockchain projects. The first thing to be aware of is that these lists are not static by any means. Market capitalization is always very much "in flux", so none of these 4 Tiers serves as a strict rule for applying the #DeLoreanMethod. We're just running a makeshift "flux capacitor" in order to identify the optimal scenario for any coin we may analyze. Let's being with the lowest market cap range, Tier 1 #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth in the $5 Mil to $50 Mil market cap range. We need to sort coinmarketcap first. So go to coinmarketcap.com and click "filters" on the upper right hand side.

9438554582afcd81e64e1aa70a969e769d03d83343f4d72c5313462c2acae0c7.jpgNow select, "+Add Filter", from the filters bar that pops up at the top of the page. 

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Select "Market Cap" from the pop-up.

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Now we'll enter our range of $5 Mil to $50 Mil market cap and then click "Apply Filter".

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And finally, we'll select "show results" and we can begin scrolling through the list of coins in our Tier 1.

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Turn A Big Haystack into a Small(er) Haystack


Now I can begin sifting through the coins from #573 Zap (ZAP) on page 1 with a market cap of $49,993,066 to #1202 UCA Coin (UCA) on page 7 with a market cap of $5,008,030. The 629 coins on these 7 pages include a lot of... dross... garbage... junk... "SHIT COINS". As a sort of self-proclaimed, "lord of the shitcoins", I have developed a bit of a nose for them. So, hopefully, I can at least widdle down the list a bit. It is very difficult to discern the value from this list. It's going to involve a lot of vising web sites, reviewing charts, and looking for a usable product or evidence of active development. I'm also going to be exploring a lot of telegram channels, twitter pages, medium posts, discord servers, and github pages in search of the most promising projects within this list. The projects on the lower end of the list, with market capitalization closer to the $5 Million range, mostly consist of fledgling projects which don't show a lot of potential. But if you find something special in that range, it may be worth getting active in the community and doing a deeper dive.


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After an initial scan through these 7 pages of tokens, at first glance, I don't recognize much in this low end of the market. I'm going to need to spend a lot more time going through this list. But I can start to familiarize myself with these projects by making a list of the ones I've heard of before and the ones which are entirely unknown to me. Within Tier 1, from $5 Mil to $50 Mil market cap, I recognize 54 of the 629 projects and many of them I know nothing about. I have been able to rule out many of these projects for additional research at this time and I've also been pleased to observe that I do have some large positions from this #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth Tier 1 list, including PRE, KICK (random airdrop), BURST, & ESS. I'm also earning a growing bag of IDNA by running a node. So I've already got a few good needles out of this haystack.


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There are quite a few projects which I plan to continue researching further. From this smaller subset of 54 tokens I "sort-of" recognize, the most interesting tokens for immediate further research (and possible buy) are RARI, SaTT, NFT, COVER, & MOON. However, there are a hole stack from this list that I realize I don't know enough about. Everything that is in bold and underlined is still on my short list to continue to researching and possibly buy. However, I've managed to rule out the tokens that are not in bold, because I either have a position already (those ones are in italics and underlined), or I've researched the project and decided to keep looking for better opportunities (those ones are unformatted). The number to the left of each coin is the overall market cap ranking of the coin at the time this post was written.

 



54 Coins I "Sort-Of" Recognize



1. (628) Bread (BRD) - I own a very small quantity of BRD. I really like the BRD wallet app. I can't see BRD reaching $50 Bil market cap in 3-5 years though.


2. (630) WePower (WPR) - I remember their 2017 ICO. Need to learn more.


3. (631) Lympo (LYM) - This token launched in early 2018. I might still have some LYM on an exchange account somewhere. The link to the original white paper on the coingecko page is dead. I wish I could see the old white paper to see how much they have pivoted. The project is totally re-branding to capture NFT momentum. Looks like they are also transitioning to a new token and they just completed a token sale. Seems like they are selling a lot of tokens.... how many people are actually using the product? BSC announced Lympo collectibles will be added to BSC soon. Interesting project, but not my first pick.

4. (654) Telos (TLOS) - Seems similar to Essentia. DeFi project with its own blockchain. Created a wallet. Browser app seems lacking. Need to learn more. Not my first priority.

5. (656) Goose Finance (EGG) - I don't feel like talking about it right now.

6. (658) SALT (SALT) - One of the original crypto lending platforms. Seems to have recently undergone a rebranding and a change of leadership. The old Telegram from coingecko links to a link telegram channel. The old discord seems like it's pretty quiet, last announcement August 2019. Twitter is active. Community sentiment seems positive. Need to use the product more.


7. (660) MoonSwap (MOON) - High speed zero gas DEX. Need to set-up a conflux wallet and try it out. Looks really cool.


8. (661) Crypterium (CRPT) - I created a Crypterium exchange account back in 2018. I think I've owned some CRPT before. Can't imagine them at $50 Bil market cap in the short term.

9. (662) DIGG (DIGG) - I'm still confused about how DIGG works. I need to learn more. Pretty sure this is not the golden ticket either though.

10. (668) Presearch (PRE) - I have a pretty big position in PRE and I run some nodes as well. I love this project.


11. (673) TenX (PAY) - Crypto point of sale card project from 2017 ICO. Looks pretty dead to me, despite recent price movement. Their social media is pretty quiet. There is some FUD on their in-house forum page as well and their pinned twitter post from Oct 2020 links to a dead page.

12. (675) ForTube (FOR) - Borrow, lend, and liquidity mining platform on ETH and BSC. Looks interesting. Lots of social media posts. Good DeFi development.


13. (679) BiFi (BIFI) - I have used the farm on BSC. I can't see BIFI reaching $50 Bil market cap in 3-5 years though.

14. (686) KickToken (KICK) - Received 888,888 KICK in an airdrop. Not sure if I need to "unlock" them.


15. (700) Peercoin (PPC) - Downloaded their QT wallet back in the day. Interesting legacy project. Not my first choice.

16. (710) Rarible (RARI) - Awesome NFT auction marketplace. This is one of my first picks from this list.


17. (717) MediShares (MDS) - Thought this was a medical technology project. Seems it's actually a blockchain insurance protocol. Need to learn more. Tried to use the tech. Seems a little confusing. Not my first choice.

18. (737) Burst (BURST) - Just bought 100,000 BURST for my friend. I still have 1,500 that I mined years ago.


19. (739) Cover Protocol (COVER) - Really interesting complex financial instruments service, credit default swaps for lenders to hedge against loss. Very exciting project. Low market cap, very low supply, high price... but near all time low now.


20. (769) Umbrella Network (UMB) - On ETH and BSC. Distributed layer 2 oracle system. Need to learn more. Social media posts active.


21. (779) Swerve (SWRV) - Looks like a fork of Curve Finance. Seems like the community governance participation is a bit lacking. Not my first priority.

22. (804) Atomic Wallet Coin (AWC) - I have an Atomic wallet for staking. I'm not entirely pleased with it and the crypto buy fees are high. The AWC token reward for buying through the wallet is interesting but now that motivating for me. Can't see this one reaching $50 Bil market cap.

23. (818) PolySwarm (NCT) - Crowd-sourced malware analysis. Social media and development are active. Product is expensive $600 per month! Need to learn more.


24. (826) Shadows (DOWS) - Barrow, Lending, Exchange, Launching on BSC very soon. Looks interesting. Social media is buzzing.

25. (827) THEKEY (TKY) - I think I remember this one from 2017. Full KYC on blockchain to integrate government services etc. Owners of some patents on this tech. Up 545% in the past 30 days. Still very low market cap though. Available to buy on KuCoin.


26. (830) Essentia (ESS) - I have a pretty big position in ESS. I'm also providing ETH-ESS liquidity and farming LP tokens.


27. (868) Swarm (SWM) - Platform for making token launch and lock-up smart contract token vesting non-technical. Try the product. Talk to the community. Looks great!


28. (870) Hedget (HGET) - Crypto volatility insurance. Buy a hedge against losses. Super interesting. Need to learn more.


29. (872) SpaceChain (SPC) - Exactly what is sounds like. This is actually a project to launch blockchain satellites. I think this is a bit ambitious. Reminds me of the 2017 ICO days. I think I'm going to have to pass on this one.

30. (874) Ruff (RUFF) - Project looks active on social media and development. They are in the Internet of Things sector. Need to learn more. Not my first pick.


31. (883) Covesting (COV) - I'm interested in these "copy trading" tokens, but not convinced they have $50 Bil market cap potential.

32. (896) Pillar (PLR) - I bought 34 PLR on EtherDelta back in 2018. Looks like they're now focusing on a DeFi wallet with built-in swap function? Community, development, and social media are all active. Big increases recently. Need to learn more about tokenomics.


33. (909) FLO (FLO) - A decentralized record of dApps across all blockchains. Need to learn more.

34. (923) TERA (TERA) - Universal bridge like RUNE? Interoperability. Social media still posting. Need to learn more.


35. (942) Banano (BAN) - Very fun like Doge community driven internet tipping platform. Cool integrations with telegram and twitter etc. Like it!


36. (947) NFT Protocol (NFT) - I'm very interested, but still need to learn more. Not sure they've built anything I can use.


37. (979) Growth DeFi (GRO) - Interesting DeFi token. Unlikely to reach $50 Bil market cap.

38. (992) HAPI (HAPI) - Blockchain cyber security. Robust community. Low Supply. Need to learn more.


39. (1005) Atlas Protocol (ATP) - Interesting, the first project I've seen on the Nebulas chain. Smart advertising platform. Looks like a cool idea and the github shows some recent development within the past week. However, the social media accounts have been quiet for some time. Not eager to gamble on this one.

40. (1007) Internext (INXT) - Very cool project. Cloud storage solution and more. Signed up. Trying out the product. Use my referral link and try it out. Look into running a node?


41. (1019) Spiking (SPIKE) - I have an exchange account with Spiking. Didn't know they launched a token. Need to learn more.

42. (1088) Typerium (TYPE) - I think I remember this project from 2017. Need to learn more.


43. (1090) xSigma (SIG) - Crypto token project of publicly traded company, ZK International $ZKIN. Learned about SIG from a recent VoskCoin video. They are a seemingly experimental DeFi tool and crypto adoption lab. Need to learn more about tokenomics outside of DeFi farming. Also consider buying some ZKIN stock?


44. (1105) Databroker (DTX) - Big data exchange. Looks interesting, huge price spike recently. Social media accounts still posting. Need to learn more. Not my top priority. Return to this one. I can't assess it well because it's somewhat technical.

45. (1120) PotCoin (POT) - I downloaded their QT wallet back in 2017. Cannabis crypto coin. The project seems pretty weak. Will pass.

46. (1128) ThreeFold (TFT) - Cloud node and vps hardware and software solution. Also towards a P2P decentralized internet. Tried to get some tokens, but they were hard to find.

47. (1130) Skrumble (SKM) - Secure communications platform. Social media communication is lacking. Not too excited about this project.

48. (1139) CoTrader (COT) - I'm interested in these "copy trading" tokens, but not convinced they have $50 Bil market cap potential.

49. (1144) Idena (IDNA) - I'm running Idena node and mining IDNA. It's going well, but I don't want to buy IDNA. I'm happy to earn it for now.


50. (1153) Chi Gastoken (CHI) - I may want to buy some CHI for its utility in "prepaying" eth gas fees by buying CHI when gas is low. But this token is not meant to be a long term growth token. My understanding is that if CHI price goes up considerably it means that ETH gas has gone up considerably and it's already ridiculous.


51. (1188) SaTT (SATT) - Heard about from a recent VoskCoin video. Looks very interesting. Smart advertising platform. Need to learn more.

52. (1190) Banca (BANCA) - I have some in an old HitBTC exchange account. Their Twitter is shut down. Their website is somewhat confusing. I can't imagine this one going to $50 Billion market cap in 3-5 years.

53. (1199) MASQ (MASQ) - Really lively community and lots of communication from the project on social media. Tech seems to be towards a form of VPN. Need to learn more.


54. (1202) Datum (DAT) - Looks really cool, but appears to be a dead project. Their Twitter & Medium are silent since 2019.



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#TheDeLoreanMethod


I clearly have a lot of research left to do. There are another 575 tokens left in this Tier 1 market cap that I didn't even recognize at all. The intention of this exercise is to steer my market research in the right direction. Tier 1 market cap projects have the highest percentage growth ceiling, so I am very excited to realize that I am already holding some strong positions in this tier. However, I also observed several tokens that I have been interested in buying, which I did not realize were still in this low market cap range.

This encourages me to speed up my research on these projects so that I can start making my buys soon while they are still great value. As a blockchain project breaks out of the Tier 1 micro cap band and proceeds through Tiers 2, 3, and 4, the percentage growth ceiling gradually diminishes as the market capitalization increases. I'm going to spend some more time digging into this Tier 1 market cap range between $5 Mil and $50 Mil. This is where the treasure is. It's also where a lot of trash is located, so we've got to identify the best value from this list. The next steps for me are to apply #TheDeLoreanMethod I described in my last post. It's time to begin exploring the tokenomics of some of these projects, using their products, scrolling their social media feeds, and interacting with their communities.

At this point I have completed a cursory review of these 54 coins that I "sort-of" recognize from the $5-$50 Million market cap, which we've defined as "Tier 1", the #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth market cap range of the #DeLoreanMethod. I've sorted these 54 coins into a few categories: "already holding", "first choice", "second choice", "third choice", and "pass for now". Take a look at my top picks and the "pass for now" list as well. Please let me know if you think I've overlooked any great projects in the "pass for now" list. 



Already Holding A Few Tokens:

PRE (Bought 34,000 PRE. Running 5 nodes earning more PRE. I want more! Will probably buy the dip several times.)

KICK
(Received 888,800 in airdrop. Not buying more. But the project does look interesting.)

BURST
(Bought 100,000 BURST for a friend. Maybe start-up my BURST miners again soon? I might buy more.)

ESS
(Bought 270,000 ESS. Liquidity mining 100k ESS + 0.25 ETH on Uniswap and LP farming ESS on Unicrypt... may deploy a masternode soon. Not buying more yet. Plan to earn more with my masternode.)

IDNA
(running a node only, I've already earned 500 IDNA. Not buying, just earning.)



First Choice of Tier 1 Tokens I "Sort-Of" Recognize:
(notes are the same as above)


Rarible (RARI)
- Awesome NFT auction marketplace. This is one of my first picks from this list.

SaTT (SATT)
- Heard about from a recent VoskCoin video. Looks very interesting. Smart advertising platform. Need to learn more.

NFT Protocol (NFT)
- I'm very interested, but still need to learn more. Not sure they've built anything I can use.

Cover Protocol (COVER)
- Really interesting complex financial instruments service, credit default swaps for lenders to hedge against loss. Very exciting project. Low market cap, very low supply, high price... but near all time low now.

MoonSwap (MOON)
- High speed zero gas DEX. Need to set-up a conflux wallet and try it out. Looks really cool.



Second Choice of Tier 1 Tokens I "Sort-Of" Recognize:
(notes are the same as above)


Shadows (DOWS)
- Barrow, Lending, Exchange, Launching on BSC very soon. Looks interesting. Social media is buzzing.

Hedget (HGET)
- Crypto volatility insurance. Buy a hedge against losses. Super interesting. Need to learn more.

TERA (TERA)
- Universal bridge like RUNE? Interoperability. Social media still posting. Need to learn more.

MASQ (MASQ)
- Really lively community and lots of communication from the project on social media. Tech seems to be towards a form of VPN. Need to learn more.

HAPI (HAPI)
- Blockchain cyber security. Robust community. Low Supply. Need to learn more.



Third Choice of Tier 1 Tokens I "Sort-Of" Recognize:
(notes are the same as above)


SALT (SALT)
- One of the original crypto lending platforms. Seems to have recently undergone a rebranding and a change of leadership. The old Telegram from coingecko links to a link telegram channel. The old discord seems like it's pretty quiet, last announcement August 2019. Twitter is active. Community sentiment seems positive. Need to use the product more.

ForTube (FOR)
- Borrow, lend, and liquidity mining platform on ETH and BSC. Looks interesting. Lots of social media posts. Good DeFi development.

Umbrella Network (UMB)
- On ETH and BSC. Distributed layer 2 oracle system. Need to learn more. Social media posts active.

PolySwarm (NCT)
- Crowd-sourced malware analysis. Social media and development are active. Product is expensive $600 per month! This is enterprise grade software. Need to learn more.

THEKEY (TKY)
- I think I remember this one from 2017. Full KYC on blockchain to integrate government services etc. Owners of some patents on this tech. Up 545% in the past 30 days. Still very low market cap though. Available to buy on KuCoin.

Swarm (SWM)
- Platform for making token launch and lock-up smart contract token vesting non-technical. Try the product. Talk to the community. Looks great!

Pillar (PLR)
- I bought 34 PLR on EtherDelta back in 2018. Looks like they're now focusing on a DeFi wallet with built-in swap function? Community, development, and social media are all active. Big increases recently. Need to learn more about tokenomics.

Banano (BAN)
- Very fun like Doge community driven internet tipping platform. Cool integrations with telegram and twitter etc. Like it!

Internext (INXT)
- Very cool project. Cloud storage solution and more. Signed up. Trying out the product. Use my referral link and try it out. Look into running a node?

Typerium (TYPE)
- I think I remember this project from 2017. It looks like it's about to have a big break out! Just downloaded the mobile app. Need to create account and use the product more.

xSigma (SIG)
- Crypto token project of publicly traded company, ZK International $ZKIN. Learned about SIG from a recent VoskCoin video. They are a seemingly experimental DeFi tool and crypto adoption lab. Need to learn more about tokenomics outside of DeFi farming. Looks like they built a layer 2 stable coin DEX. Also consider buying some ZKIN stock?

ThreeFold (TFT)
- Cloud node and vps hardware and software solution. Also towards a P2P decentralized internet. Tried to get some tokens, but they were hard to find.


 

Pass For Now of Tier 1 Tokens I "Sort-Of" Recognize:


Lympo (LYM)
Telos (TLOS)
Goose Finance (EGG)
Crypterium (CRPT)
DIGG (DIGG)
TenX (PAY)
BiFi (BIFI)
Peercoin (PPC)
MediShares (MDS)
Swerve (SWRV)
Atomic Wallet Coin (AWC)
SpaceChain (SPC)
Ruff (RUFF)
Covesting (COV)
FLO (FLO)
Growth DeFi (GRO)
Atlas Protocol (ATP)
Spiking (SPIKE)
Databroker (DTX)
PotCoin (POT)
Skrumble (SKM)
CoTrader (COT)
Chi Gastoken (CHI)
Banca (BANCA)
Datum (DAT)



Come Back For Part III.


We've had a pretty good look at all of the coins in Tier 1 that I'm already somewhat familiar with. But there are 575 other tokens in this range that I've never even heard of. There's going to be a lot of interesting projects in there. I know a handful of those coins are USD-pegged stable coins or other wrapped and pegged coins from other networks which I've decided to disregard for this tutorial. Those are mostly just small cap forms of large cap coins... so they have the same price growth potential as their native currency. 

In part III, I will begin to go through the remaining 575 coins (that I'm totally unfamiliar with) in the Tier 1 #FluxCapacitorHyperGrowth market cap range from $5-$50 Mil market cap. I will try to apply #TheDeLoreanMethod to as many of these coins as I'm able in a single post. I'm going to drudge through the lesser-known projects in the micro cap range and find some golden nuggets of deep value.

 

 

 




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