With the news that the SEC has subpoenaed as many as 80 companies and individuals involved with recent ICO’s, I’m starting to more heavily weight my portfolio in cryptoassets that I think would be unaffected by “potential” regulation. These types of cryptocurrencies, at least in my mind include Bitcoin, Litecoin, Monero and ZCash.

Let’s discuss a bit more about why I’m thinking this and how it could potentially affect you as well.

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24 replies
  1. Mike M
    Mike M says:

    What's up Rob would love for you to do a video when you get some time about crappy ico's ones from the past that we all know about and ones that are going on now that maybe some people aren't aware of maybe some key points to talk about or red flags that you first noticed that helps you stay away from those ico's and red flags that people should be thinking and using now to continue to stay away from ico's that could end up being a waste of money appreciate all your videos and all the knowledge keep at it sir

  2. lazygin001
    lazygin001 says:

    Privacy coins like Monero, Zcash and DeepOnion etc are great and I don't care if governments don't fancy them. They are there to protect our identities, our anonymity, our security. Why would anyone want to have someone watching his/her back 24/7 right?

  3. sT R
    sT R says:

    Hey Bobby, thanks for this interesting video. You talk about monero, unfortunately i missed it some months ago. 🙁 So it would be really cool if you would made a video about other cheap privacy coins. I heard something about Verge and the issue with privacy. Is this correct? o.O i invested some money but i`m not sure if i should hold or sell :/
    I also found a coin with a huge community behind, it`s called DeepOnion. It was mentioned the last weeks sometimes by other youtubers. I did some research and found a lot about great development in the past and cool features for the future.
    Maybe you can make a video with some undervalued privacy coins. Thanks man!
    Keep doing this great stuff!

  4. Night Hawkz
    Night Hawkz says:

    Monero was one of the first coins I got into when starting in crypto, luckily back then it was very cheap, about 1/100th of what it is now. That said recently I have been diversifying into other Privacy coins, I feel that the development team of DeepOnion for example Is offering the next Generation of privacy coin to the market. I sold out of Verge after the Mcaffee pump, but Monero, DeepOnion and Dash all form parts of my folio still.

  5. Josh Allen
    Josh Allen says:

    I feel like another ALT season is coming, but that a lot of ALTS won't make the cut this time. Its time a lot of these crap projects are purged. I am sticking to accumulating top 25 coins only


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