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Peter Kimani



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Well, I cannot give you specific investment advice, however, Bitcoin (BTCUSD) is the oldest and most stable cryptocurrency, which makes it one of the safest crypto investments. Therefore, you could buy bitcoin if you can afford to it at current prices as there is a high chance that its will rally over time.

However, those who cannot afford to buy a whole bitcoin should consider other cryptocurrencies also known as altcoins such as Litecoin (LTCUSD), which trade at lower prices and have significant upside potential. Some cryptos such as Bitcoin SV have posted gains of as much as 498% since December and might be better buys for investors with smaller accounts.

Traders who are not very familiar with the cryptocurrency market should stick to the top ten cryptos, which are quite stable, and may be best served avoiding the smaller cryptos that carry more risk.

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