I’m operating under the assumption that most current blockchain-based projects will fail miserably. However, a tiny percentage will cater to just the right market, flourish, and capture a ton of value.
Based on this assumption, I decided to weight my portfolio as such:
- Majority towards “safe” investments (BTC, ETH)
- Remaining minority reserved for smaller positions in risky investments with very high upside
I expect the majority of these risky bets to return nothing. However, all it takes is one of these investments to succeed in order to realize great returns overall – more or less, the Venture Capital model.
What do I look for when selecting a “risky bet?”
Primarily, I’m looking at the risk versus reward of a specific project. What are the potential factors that make an investment fail? And if it succeeds, how big would the returns be?
By my assessment, Waltonchain (WTC) has a very attractive risk-versus-reward profile.
This article will explain why I believe WTC is a…