Building a crypto investing portfolio that’s going to make you rich might sound like a daunting task when you have tens of thousands of cryptocurrencies to choose from.

You have your protocols/layer 1, store of value, and layer 1.5/assistance layer assets…

Then there’s your stablecoins, dApps (decentralized applications), and lottery ticket plays…

It’s a delicate balance to get right.

And at the end of the day, how you invest in crypto is entirely up to you. Only you know your risk tolerance, how much capital you have to spend, and what you’re trying to achieve.

But the last thing you want is a portfolio that leans too heavily on risky plays, even if the potential reward seems worth it.

That’s why I’ve come up with a simple formula you can follow to make sure you’re getting exposure to the right cryptocurrencies in the right proportions.

Here’s my secret to building a perfectly balanced crypto portfolio that I would recommend for newbies and pros alike…

Nick Black’s Crypto Portfolio Starter Kit

In case you missed it, the breakdown of my crypto portfolio starter kit is below:

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Those protocols/layer 1 assets are going to be your biggest moneymakers. That’s why I recommend them as the biggest part of your investing portfolio.

To recap, my top six protocol layer picks are:

  1. Cardano (ADA)
  2. Polkadot (DOT)
  3. Ethereum (ETH)
  4. Cosmos (ATOM)
  5. NEAR Protocol (NEAR)
  6. Algorand (ALGO)

And when it comes to store of value, Bitcoin (BTC) is king. (More on that right here.)

Join me here for Alternative Wealth Daily LIVE tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. E.T. for more crypto investing guidance and opportunities from yours truly.

See you tomorrow,

Nick Black

Chief Crypto Strategist, Alternative Wealth Daily

Editor’s Note: Complete your portfolio with these tiny “penny cryptos” that are crushing Bitcoin and racking up some of the biggest gains we’ve seen anywhere. Click here to see these coins.



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