If you had invested in Bitcoin (BTC) when it launched in 2009, your returns could be in the millions or billions even though your initial capital was $0 because that was the cost of the coin at the time. If you got in a bit later, like when it was 10 cents in late 2010, and invested only $10, you would have been able to buy about 100 bitcoins.
Even at its current low, those 100 bitcoins would be worth more than $2.4 million. Imagine if you had bought more back then.
We can do a similar calculation with Ethereum (ETH). When it launched in 2015, it first traded at $2.77 but quickly fell in value to $0.81 within 24 hours. Let’s play the “imagine” game again.
So, if you had spent a mere $100 on day one, you’d have about 36 ETH tokens, or if you bought on day two, you’d have about 123 tokens. At this moment, ETH is valued at $1664.8 per token. Do the math.
While the possibility of repeating the success of Bitcoin millionaires is slim, it is not impossible if investors get in early with their investments. Hence, Big Eyes Coin is attracting a lot of interest from smart investors who see the potential for another millionaire-making move.
Big Eyes is already worth over 390%
We have seen time and again that the earlier investors buy into a cryptocurrency, the greater the profit. For most coins, there is no earlier entry point than their presale journey.
Right now, Big Eyes is making huge waves as a result of how successful its presale has been, which is an indicator of how well the coin can potentially perform when it is launched to the public.
For a cat-themed meme, BIG has managed to raise $30 million in its 12th stage of the presale and can be bought for a tiny amount of $0.00049. That is still a 390 percent increase from its price of $0.0001 at the first stage. This means that those who bought it at stage 1 will profit by more than 390% of those who buy at stage 12.
There is still time to take advantage of the opportunity that BIG presents, and getting in now will still be a huge advantage for investors seeing that the presale is typically the lowest amount any coin would be bought for.
Bitcoin – From Zero to thousands
Since its launch in January 2009, the price of bitcoin has been on a roller coaster, but the long-term trajectory has been “up and to the right,” as they say. The advent of Bitcoin marked the beginning of the cryptocurrency era, but it took some time before the general public became aware of it.
Nonetheless, it appears that cryptocurrency, particularly Bitcoin, has emerged as the most intriguing trading opportunity in more than a decade.
The coin’s value has risen from $0 to $0.40, then to $1 after a few months, and then in 2011, it went to $8 before reaching $30 in the same year. At the time, this was exciting for investors, but even the most optimistic investor had no clue just how big things were going to get. Through a few ups and downs, in April 2013, the coin surpassed $100, and barely eight days later, it was trading at $230.
Over the next few years, BTC flirted with different figures, and by December 2020, BTC was closing the year at $28,949. 2021 was probably the most successful year for Bitcoin investors as the coin rose to an all-time high of $68,789 before the great crash that saw the coin lose value and end at its current price.
Ethereum – another crypto fairytale
After Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH) is the second-largest cryptocurrency in the world. It was introduced in July 2015 and went on sale for $2.77 on August 7. The coin was worth $0.81 the following day. The price stayed below $1 until January 2016.
Remember that the past few years have seen a tremendous increase in the price of digital currencies. In 2021, between January and April, the price of Ethereum increased by about 300%, and the coin surpassed $3000. Yet, even without that jump, you would still be doing well if you had purchased Ethereum at $2.77.
Big Eyes Coin (BIG)
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