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While Bitcoin goes up and nothing can’t stop it, some heavily undervalued coins are left behind. Let’s get down to the basic trading strategy – searching for “cheap” assets that really should cost more. Here are the five most promising altcoins in December 2017.

Top Altcoins to Invest in December / January 2018

Kin Altcoin – Decentralized Ecosystem

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The Kin coin developers are willing to make significant updates before 2018.

The Kin team basically wants to use a tokenized system to add premium content to a very popular Kik platform. The basic idea isn’t perfect, and then the ICO for Kin went downhill due to communication issues. The most people lost the faith in Kin for the moment. However, the team has got back in contact with the public. They are willing to make significant updates before 2018. If to take into account the team’s experience, this is possible that they will be able to raise the Kin price quickly. This is the perfect opportunity for a short-term investment. But be careful with long-term because the basic idea of Kin doesn’t seem brilliant.

Visit official website: https://kin.kik.com/

How about investing in Ethereum?

What exactly is Ethereum mining

Ethereum is good both for short-term and long-term investments.

With the amazing growth of the Bitcoin, Ethereum has been pushed under the bus. There is a good possibility that the project may produce significant improvements in December catching up the Bitcoin’s growth rate and using the overall hype around crypto.

As for now, about 35,000 developers and more than 500 startups are using the Ethereum platform. Even BP and Microsoft use it. But Ethereum increased only to 55% in the past six months and literally dwarfed by Bitcoin’s growth in this period. So Ethereum is good both for short-term and long-term investments.

Visit official website: https://www.ethereum.org/

Litecoin – The third-largest true cryptocurrency

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Crypto community talks more and more about Litecoin.

After Bitcoin and Ethereum, Litecoin is the third-largest true cryptocurrency by market capitalization. Like Ethereum, at the last days, Litecoin has been a bit moved into shadow by the Bitcoin’s dazzling growth.

Crypto community talks more and more about Litecoin. Some people even say that if Bitcoin is gold than Litecoin is silver and wait for LTC 50% growth at this December.

Visit official website: https://litecoin.com/

Stratis – Direct competitor to Etherium

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Stratis can grow to high levels before the end of the year.

Stratis is a direct competitor to Etherium with side chains, focused on a business application of blockchain. Stratis team plans to release the Breeze wallet with Master nodes, ThumbleBit before 2018. Following their updates and taking into account the crypto community expectations, it would be quite safe to say that Stratis can grow to high levels before the end of the year.

Visit official website: https://stratisplatform.com/

Steneum (STN) – Asian Hype

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Steneum built a notable popularity among Asian crypto community.

The Steneum project is one more that is highly undervalued. Steneum is nearly identical to Bitcoin since it was created based on Bitcoin platform. But it has built a notable popularity among Asian crypto community. People are talking about a real use of Steneum and there’s a good hype around it in Asia.

There were some tech troubles with the first stage of ICO so people have become calmer about it and that’s a good moment to invest for a short-term. But better don’t invest in it for a long-term, because actually there’s no real differentiation from Bitcoin itself or other Bitcoin clones. Their main asset is the hype and general words about a limited supply of coins, mining, and staking.

Visit official website: https://steneum.com/

Take these five cryptocurrencies as a good piece of advice. But I strongly encourage you also to do your own serious research. Crypto market is blooming and full of opportunities of all kinds. And maybe a couple of additional research hours will result in a couple of additional millions. Why not?