In a recent video for his very popular YouTube channel, popular New Zealand-based crypto analyst Lark Davis (@TheCryptoLark on Twitter) talked about four low-cap altcoins that he believes “massive potential for gains” in the coming months.
Bridge Mutual (BMI)
Here is how the Bridge team describe their product:
“Bridge Mutual is a decentralized, discretionary coverage platform. It allows users to provide coverage to smart contracts, stablecoins and exchanges that they think are safe in return for yields and profit sharing. Likewise, it allows other users to purchase coverage policies against those same that provides coverage for stablecoins, centralized exchanges, and smart contracts. Its platform allows users to provide coverage, decide on claim payouts, as well as get compensated for taking part in the ecosystem.“
Davis calls this a “Polkadot-based insurance provider” and says that although “insurance is not not super sexy”, it’s “incredibly important.” He went to say that this project has been forming lots of interesting strategic partnerships and is “very undervalued.” He points out that Nexus Mutual, which is Bridge Mutual’s nearest competitor, has a much larger market cap (10X bigger at the time of recording of the video).
Davis says Sifchain is an omni-chain decentralized exchange (DEX) built using the Cosmos software develpment kit (SDK) for “massive scalability and interoperability.” He then mentioned that the plan is for Sifchain to support cross-chain transactions for the top two dozen blockchains. He also talked about the close collaboration between Sifchain and THORChain. He says you can buy the EROWAN tocken on Uniswap.
Ramp Finance (RAMP)
RAMP DEFI “proposes that the staked capital on the non-ERC20 staking blockchains be collateralized into rUSD, a stablecoin which is issued on the Ethereum blockchain.” rUSD “therefore represents collateralized staked liquidity.” rUSD token holders can “borrow, lend or exchange rUSD for other stablecoins such as USDT or USDC freely within the DeFi ecosystem, creating a seamless liquidity ‘on/off ramp’ for users with capital locked into staking arrangements on various blockchains.”
Davis, who has talked talked about this DeFi project in a few of his other videos, says that he is still “a massive fan.” Davis says RAMP has an “insane” number of partnerships.
Davis went on to say that the two reasons why RAMP’s market cap (currently $61.8 million) is not higher are that “it’s still only listed on smaller exchanges” and “the main product has not been released yet.” David believes that RAMP has “a lot more upside potential” (another 10X from here).
Linear Finance (LINA)
The team behind this project describe Linear Finance as “the first cross-chain compatible, decentralized delta-one asset protocol to quickly and cost-effectively create, trade and manage liquid assets (Liquids) and creative thematical Digital Traded Funds.”
According to Davis, Linear is “basically working with the Binance Smart Chain, with a bridge over to Ethereum.” Davies says that by using Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Linear is “able to do all the awesome things that the much higher-valued Synthetix platform can do but for a fraction of the freaking cost.”
LINA’s market cap is currently around $156 million; contrast this with SNX, which has a market cap of around $2.67 billion. That’s why Davis believes there is much upside potential.
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